flat-lining

Discussion in 'UK and Europe' started by Geraint Jones, Jun 24, 2003.

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  1. They've been white-lining around here again -- it cannot be much fun in this sort of weather -- and
    in particular they've been renewing the broad white line on the mandatory cycle lanes and mandatory
    bus and cycle lanes. Something I had not noticed happening before is that that particular line has
    been made by laying two standard width white lines next to each other with an inch or so of overlap
    between them, making a nice ridge down the middle (except where someone has run over it while it was
    still soft, leaving a nicely patterned ridge down the middle). Is it always like that? Does it wear
    away quickly, or is this a new and exciting hazard to navigation?

    (The roads of Oxford are so much more fun at six o'clock in the morning in the summer than at almost
    any other time of day or year. The depths of Christmas are pretty much OK too, if it's dry.)
     
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