Cycling up the south circular (A205) the other day approaching Shooters Hill crossroads the bus lane disappeared, and so I had to squeeze up the inside of the stationary traffic (lights on red) so that I could wait next to the nice lady who was hogging the ASL box. But I noticed a sign on a lampost - blue circle with people and bike, positioned to face across the road. Ie. best read from the opp. pavement. Now I undertand this to denote mixed use path, but it was facing 90degs the wrong way, and there was nothing to back it up. eg. white paint on pavement, or anything to denote when this situation ended. It was a tad unconvincing. Presumably this is some half-arsed way of signing off that the area is cycle-friendly? When in reality it means one could whizz round the blind pavement corner, and then cycle forever on the pavement until you came to a 'cycling prohibited' sign? Drans.