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Although this is a cracking example, I don't see this happening very often. As such although I'd rather it didn't happen, I'm less bothered by it than when bollards are set that stop this behaviour. Because that would mean that cargo bikes, bike child carriers, and a variety of larger bikes would be stopped as well. Our infrastructure needs to be inclusive of all methods we chose to use to get us and our load around.

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