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Confusing 'cyclists use sidewalk only' sign gets ignored

Citizen Shane takes a closer look at a quirky section of N.W. Marine Drive near the University of British Columbia, where cyclists are being instructed to get off the road.

CBC's Shane Foxman finds a confusing road sign that few seem willing to obey

Citizen Shane takes a closer look at a quirky section of NW Marine Drive, where cyclists are instructed to get off the road 4:39

Citizen Shane takes a closer look at a quirky section of N.W. Marine Drive near the University of British Columbia, where cyclists are being instructed to get off the road.

The problem is, many of the riders don't even notice the sign — and those who do say there are a few really good reasons to ignore it.

Watch the video to see what we mean — and leave us a comment or shoot us an email to share your point of view on this sign, this section of road or on any other confusing streets or signs in Metro Vancouver or around B.C.


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