[talk-au] Marrickville Cycle Routes (Was: Re: Redaction recovery)

Ben Kelley ben.kelley at gmail.com
Tue Jul 31 03:30:23 BST 2012

I emailed the Bike Marrickville list, and the consensus seems to be to keep
them where they are signposted.

Still waiting on a response from someone on the council as to what their
future strategy on signage is. I have seen internal documents using these
references, as well as RRxx for regional routes (which don't appear on

It's been so long since I surveyed these that I'm not sure how much help I
can give. I am pretty sure these have signs: L2 (although possibly confused
with L5 in places), L4, L5 (with alternate sections where I used L5a), L7,
L10, L11 and L13. Arguably a lot of L8 has no signs at all.

  - Ben.
On Jul 31, 2012 12:12 PM, "Sam Russell" <g.samuelrussell at gmail.com> wrote:

> Ian wrote,
> > On the subject of Marrickville cycle routes, I know they were one of the
> > only councils in Sydney with nicely numbered routes from point to point.
> > However, the route numbers have gone off their web page.  The few route
> > numbers that remain around the LGA are in disrepair, and most have gone.
> > Do we want to remap Marrickville using what I think is now an outdated
> > route numbering scheme, or bring the mapping inline with the rest of
> Sydney.
> Where route numbers are in repair or in repair but separated by clear
> intervening route signs, keep the route ref and name.
> Where route numbers are in disrepair copy key:ref=L# to key:old_ref=L#?
> My Saturday ride is unplanned right now, I'm happy to go chasing routing
> and route identity signs in Marrickville.
> yours,
> Sam R.
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