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have tried to find the answer myself but its painful,

a cycle lane with a solid white line means no parking in it or driving?

but with in the specified hours ?

if there are no hours denoting any times does that mean its in force 24/7 ?


i havnt got a ticket but our local council has ripped up our trafffic islands and speed reduction stuff to insert very wide cycle lanes,


taking out 10 parking spaces along the road,

by the town centre,

people were wondering if you could just park along the road ?

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Have a look at this link: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/the-highway-code/general-rules-techniques-and-advice-for-all-drivers-and-riders-103-to-158


This links as well (same Rule 140): http://www.highwaycodeuk.co.uk/multi-lane-carriageways.html


Click on 'Multi-lane carriageways (rules 133 to 143) and look at Rule 140


I would also advise contacting the councils Roads Department and specifically asking them for clarification of your question on the cycle lane as the council are doing these changes. (also ask them where the info is on there website)


Council are different on how they operate these as my own council if you want to wreck you car try parking in a cycle lane you will have no chance as these are on the same road as cars but totally separated with a very small pavement with numerous metal bollards with signage every so often it operates 24/7 along the full cycle lanes.

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A solid white line indicates a mandatory cycle lane which motorists cannot drive or park in. A broken white line is an advisory marking telling motorists they should not drive or park in cycle lanes unless absolutely necessary.

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