Drivers warned over Tour de France road closures

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RESIDENTS and businesses are being asked to plan ahead as a large swathe of York city centre will be closed to traffic for up to ten hours when the Tour de France comes to the city at the weekend.

The roads used for the race will be closed to vehicles from 4am until about 1.30pm on Sunday (July 6), or as soon as possible after the race leaves York.

Drivers are being warned that there is no parking on the race route from 7pm on Saturday night until about 1.30pm on Sunday, and any vehicles left parked up will be removed.

Key sections of the route will be kept open as long as possible and reopened as soon as it is practical to do so after the race to minimise disruption and the A64 bridge south of York will be the only route across the river Ouse during the race.

The A1237 Northern Ring Road will be closed at the A19 and Wetherby Road roundabouts, except for access to Poppleton.

For stage 1 of the race in North Yorkshire on Saturday route residents and businesses must move vehicles from 7 pm on Friday until the race has gone through and the road is re-opened.

In Harrogate town centre vehicles will not be able to park on roads where parking has been suspended from 12:01 am until about 10pm on Saturday, but it could be later depending on spectator dispersal and the removal of race infrastructure.

Highways Agency Emergency Planning Manager, Guy Huckle, said: “The key to making the most of this wonderful weekend is to plan ahead. Choose in advance where you want to watch the race from and plan your journey.

"Check our traffic and travel information channels, set off early and allow plenty of time to get to your chosen spot. The large number of visitors to the region means journeys will take longer than usual over the weekend.”


Roads closed along the route in York on Sunday include:

Start: York Racecourse

Campleshon Road

Bishopthorpe Road

Bishopgate Street (Skeldergate Bridge)

Tower Street

Clifford Street

Nessgate

Spurriergate

Coney Street

St Helen’s Square

Davygate

St Sampson Square

Church Street

Goodramgate

Deangate

Minster Yard

Duncombe Place

St Leonards Place

Bootham A19

Clifton

Clifton Green

Water End

Boroughbrdge Road

A59 to Harrogate

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10:25am Mon 30 Jun 14

asd says...

You never know, they might actually finish off working on the A59 roundabout !
You never know, they might actually finish off working on the A59 roundabout ! asd
  • Score: 62

11:05am Mon 30 Jun 14

Old_Man says...

Vive Le Tour!!!!
Vive Le Tour!!!! Old_Man
  • Score: 17

11:50am Mon 30 Jun 14

magicadey says...

so how do we get to the knavesmire :P
so how do we get to the knavesmire :P magicadey
  • Score: 20

11:55am Mon 30 Jun 14

Dave Ruddock says...

Im waiting for Tour de Council, The public revolution, Spanish Inquisition,

As for the race ok Hope it all goes ok

Oh and where are the Police, as no mention in the story..
Im waiting for Tour de Council, The public revolution, Spanish Inquisition, As for the race ok Hope it all goes ok Oh and where are the Police, as no mention in the story.. Dave Ruddock
  • Score: -3

11:59am Mon 30 Jun 14

JamesHinch says...

Would be helpful to know timings of the 'caravan' and the actual race
Would be helpful to know timings of the 'caravan' and the actual race JamesHinch
  • Score: 17

12:11pm Mon 30 Jun 14

maybejustmaybe says...

JamesHinch wrote:
Would be helpful to know timings of the 'caravan' and the actual race
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[quote][p][bold]JamesHinch[/bold] wrote: Would be helpful to know timings of the 'caravan' and the actual race[/p][/quote]http://letour.yorksh ire.com/the-grand-d% C3%A9part-2014/timin gs maybejustmaybe
  • Score: 4

12:47pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Bryan of York says...

Why arent the council info signs being used to warn road users of closures?
This morning just showing
Do not use your phone while driving.
Why arent the council info signs being used to warn road users of closures? This morning just showing Do not use your phone while driving. Bryan of York
  • Score: 31

1:01pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Archiebold the 1st says...

living next to the start it would have been good to get a copy of the traffic management plan so i could at least plan to get out of my house at some point.

Yeh looking at the big picture is good and we will get some more tourists for a day or two... but the council have neglected the locals to try and please the visitors. I.e the hub plan etc...
living next to the start it would have been good to get a copy of the traffic management plan so i could at least plan to get out of my house at some point. Yeh looking at the big picture is good and we will get some more tourists for a day or two... but the council have neglected the locals to try and please the visitors. I.e the hub plan etc... Archiebold the 1st
  • Score: 39

1:12pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Miles Davis says...

What a bunch of sad buffoons! You all stay indoors then you grouchy idiots. Let the thousands of spectators, cyclists and non cyclists, enjoy this massive sporting event. Its bringing in millions of pounds of revenue to the local area, generating massive interest worldwide and generating a small amount of gas from you. What sad people you are.
What a bunch of sad buffoons! You all stay indoors then you grouchy idiots. Let the thousands of spectators, cyclists and non cyclists, enjoy this massive sporting event. Its bringing in millions of pounds of revenue to the local area, generating massive interest worldwide and generating a small amount of gas from you. What sad people you are. Miles Davis
  • Score: -7

1:16pm Mon 30 Jun 14

simonmiddleton says...

Really sad to see the moaners out in force again. As with TV programmes, if you don't like it go find something else to do instead. Yes it will be busy and yes it will be hard to travel around town but give the event a go and you might just be surprised by how good it is. York will show itself off to a global audience and we should all be proud of the city we live in. Add to that the growing obesity problem amongst kids and their parents....get them down to the event and show them an example of something they could try to keep healthy. I for one can't wait, it will be fantastic. Only one day....life's too short to moan.
Really sad to see the moaners out in force again. As with TV programmes, if you don't like it go find something else to do instead. Yes it will be busy and yes it will be hard to travel around town but give the event a go and you might just be surprised by how good it is. York will show itself off to a global audience and we should all be proud of the city we live in. Add to that the growing obesity problem amongst kids and their parents....get them down to the event and show them an example of something they could try to keep healthy. I for one can't wait, it will be fantastic. Only one day....life's too short to moan. simonmiddleton
  • Score: -13

1:22pm Mon 30 Jun 14

retrorigg says...

im all for events going on but i can normally pick and choose which ones i want to go to, tour de bollo**s is/has been rammed in my face for the last 3 months and its unavoidable, ive had to cancel working on the sunday basically because i cant do my job because of road closures so wether i want to embrace it or not i have no choice but to be affected by it
im all for events going on but i can normally pick and choose which ones i want to go to, tour de bollo**s is/has been rammed in my face for the last 3 months and its unavoidable, ive had to cancel working on the sunday basically because i cant do my job because of road closures so wether i want to embrace it or not i have no choice but to be affected by it retrorigg
  • Score: 33

1:36pm Mon 30 Jun 14

big boy york says...

the state of the A59 heading to harrogate is horrendous pot holes everywhere so theyve missed this bit off when re surficing the route gotta say not that interested in TDF but what it can do for york n yorkshire could be massive
the state of the A59 heading to harrogate is horrendous pot holes everywhere so theyve missed this bit off when re surficing the route gotta say not that interested in TDF but what it can do for york n yorkshire could be massive big boy york
  • Score: 16

1:56pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Ignatius Lumpopo says...

Map not accurate enough. At Clfton Green, does the race go up to the traffic lights and turn left or cut through the narrow slip road on the south side of the green? Or both?
Map not accurate enough. At Clfton Green, does the race go up to the traffic lights and turn left or cut through the narrow slip road on the south side of the green? Or both? Ignatius Lumpopo
  • Score: 13

2:57pm Mon 30 Jun 14

anistasia says...

Miles Davis wrote:
What a bunch of sad buffoons! You all stay indoors then you grouchy idiots. Let the thousands of spectators, cyclists and non cyclists, enjoy this massive sporting event. Its bringing in millions of pounds of revenue to the local area, generating massive interest worldwide and generating a small amount of gas from you. What sad people you are.
I am not a sad person but disabled and I need taxis to get around and a lot of taxis will not work that day because you can't get one side the town to the other (cross the river) its keeping me in and if its a good dry day I can't even sit to enjoy fishing because where I fish I need taxi to get to the river bank where the roads are closed.all this news about it makes me hate it even more.
[quote][p][bold]Miles Davis[/bold] wrote: What a bunch of sad buffoons! You all stay indoors then you grouchy idiots. Let the thousands of spectators, cyclists and non cyclists, enjoy this massive sporting event. Its bringing in millions of pounds of revenue to the local area, generating massive interest worldwide and generating a small amount of gas from you. What sad people you are.[/p][/quote]I am not a sad person but disabled and I need taxis to get around and a lot of taxis will not work that day because you can't get one side the town to the other (cross the river) its keeping me in and if its a good dry day I can't even sit to enjoy fishing because where I fish I need taxi to get to the river bank where the roads are closed.all this news about it makes me hate it even more. anistasia
  • Score: 32

4:59pm Mon 30 Jun 14

oldgoat says...

So all we need is an accident on the A64, and they are stuffed.
So all we need is an accident on the A64, and they are stuffed. oldgoat
  • Score: 41

5:03pm Mon 30 Jun 14

mel_drew says...

Just been reading the supplement published in todays Press, and can find not one word of the publicity caravan, which is a huge part of the overall experience. The peloton will pass any one spot in a minute, but the caravan takes half an hour or so. Lack of publicity for a publicity caravan is a little ironic but, oddly, fairly unsurprising from this paper. It leaves the Knavesmire at 9am. For those saying the Grand Depart will not benefit them, get yourselves there early, and you might get a free Haribo sweetie!
Just been reading the supplement published in todays Press, and can find not one word of the publicity caravan, which is a huge part of the overall experience. The peloton will pass any one spot in a minute, but the caravan takes half an hour or so. Lack of publicity for a publicity caravan is a little ironic but, oddly, fairly unsurprising from this paper. It leaves the Knavesmire at 9am. For those saying the Grand Depart will not benefit them, get yourselves there early, and you might get a free Haribo sweetie! mel_drew
  • Score: 7

5:42pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Johnboy1946 says...

I have planned ahead. as soon as the date was announced I booked a caravan pitch on a site one hundred miles away. I go two days before this fiasco and return two days after it is finished. Good luck to all who stay here.
I have planned ahead. as soon as the date was announced I booked a caravan pitch on a site one hundred miles away. I go two days before this fiasco and return two days after it is finished. Good luck to all who stay here. Johnboy1946
  • Score: 61

5:51pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Caecilius says...

Ignatius Lumpopo wrote:
Map not accurate enough. At Clfton Green, does the race go up to the traffic lights and turn left or cut through the narrow slip road on the south side of the green? Or both?
Whichever way it goes, it's kind of ironic that the Tour is going through the very spot where CoYC - who are touting it so vigorously - ripped up a facility that had been provided for the many cyclists who actually live here, in order to appease the car lobby.
[quote][p][bold]Ignatius Lumpopo[/bold] wrote: Map not accurate enough. At Clfton Green, does the race go up to the traffic lights and turn left or cut through the narrow slip road on the south side of the green? Or both?[/p][/quote]Whichever way it goes, it's kind of ironic that the Tour is going through the very spot where CoYC - who are touting it so vigorously - ripped up a facility that had been provided for the many cyclists who actually live here, in order to appease the car lobby. Caecilius
  • Score: -26

6:18pm Mon 30 Jun 14

HeworthM says...

Very simple, but could we have some numbers from the powers who were successful in attracting this event to our region.
a) What is the associated cost being met by the public purse?
b) What is the expected benefit to the local economy - based on previous hosts experiences and the experiences of hosts of other large events?
We have a number of large figures of expenditure being thrown about (£6m on road repairs), theories about improved health from an increase in cycling and statistics about hotels being full. However it's summer, so wouldn't we expect hotels to be somewhere near full & York busy with visitors over a weekend in July, so what is the true economic benefit over not having TdF? Will anyone be brave enough to actually quantify the economics of this? Difficult to argue against the public purse being spent on such events IF robust figures can back up the spend.
Very simple, but could we have some numbers from the powers who were successful in attracting this event to our region. a) What is the associated cost being met by the public purse? b) What is the expected benefit to the local economy - based on previous hosts experiences and the experiences of hosts of other large events? We have a number of large figures of expenditure being thrown about (£6m on road repairs), theories about improved health from an increase in cycling and statistics about hotels being full. However it's summer, so wouldn't we expect hotels to be somewhere near full & York busy with visitors over a weekend in July, so what is the true economic benefit over not having TdF? Will anyone be brave enough to actually quantify the economics of this? Difficult to argue against the public purse being spent on such events IF robust figures can back up the spend. HeworthM
  • Score: 20

6:23pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Buzzz Light-year says...

Johnboy1946 wrote:
I have planned ahead. as soon as the date was announced I booked a caravan pitch on a site one hundred miles away. I go two days before this fiasco and return two days after it is finished. Good luck to all who stay here.
Byeee!
No-one will miss you!
They'll all be having fun.

(Well, 9 or 10 Press website moaners aside, that is)
[quote][p][bold]Johnboy1946[/bold] wrote: I have planned ahead. as soon as the date was announced I booked a caravan pitch on a site one hundred miles away. I go two days before this fiasco and return two days after it is finished. Good luck to all who stay here.[/p][/quote]Byeee! No-one will miss you! They'll all be having fun. (Well, 9 or 10 Press website moaners aside, that is) Buzzz Light-year
  • Score: -9

6:26pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Buzzz Light-year says...

Aaaaand.....
What's the betting, after all this moaning about it being shoved in our faces and all that, what's the betting that next week there are people on here moaning that the Press never told them about it or any of the road closures?
Aaaaand..... What's the betting, after all this moaning about it being shoved in our faces and all that, what's the betting that next week there are people on here moaning that the Press never told them about it or any of the road closures? Buzzz Light-year
  • Score: -13

6:29pm Mon 30 Jun 14

DEKKA says...

Buzzz Light-year wrote:
Aaaaand.....
What's the betting, after all this moaning about it being shoved in our faces and all that, what's the betting that next week there are people on here moaning that the Press never told them about it or any of the road closures?
You would think no one had heard of t'internet. :-)
[quote][p][bold]Buzzz Light-year[/bold] wrote: Aaaaand..... What's the betting, after all this moaning about it being shoved in our faces and all that, what's the betting that next week there are people on here moaning that the Press never told them about it or any of the road closures?[/p][/quote]You would think no one had heard of t'internet. :-) DEKKA
  • Score: -2

6:57pm Mon 30 Jun 14

HoofHearteds says...

Great once in a lifetime event. Enjoy and have a wonderful day all.
Great once in a lifetime event. Enjoy and have a wonderful day all. HoofHearteds
  • Score: -2

7:01pm Mon 30 Jun 14

yawn.. says...

Proof if any were needed that some people could moan for England. It's one day out of the whole of your lives, it will be over in the blink of an eye, and I'm going out on a limb here but I'm guessing that the world won't tilt on it's axis altering it's orbit to cause us to spin off into the sun. Get a grip, and get over yourselves.! ..and NO before you jump to conclusions I don't ride a pedal cycle.
Proof if any were needed that some people could moan for England. It's one day out of the whole of your lives, it will be over in the blink of an eye, and I'm going out on a limb here but I'm guessing that the world won't tilt on it's axis altering it's orbit to cause us to spin off into the sun. Get a grip, and get over yourselves.! ..and NO before you jump to conclusions I don't ride a pedal cycle. yawn..
  • Score: -3

7:06pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Ichabod76 says...

Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast !
( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )

The Goodwood festival of speed was good too.
Not a self righteous morally superior cyclist in sight ;)
Good times.
Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast ! ( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it ) The Goodwood festival of speed was good too. Not a self righteous morally superior cyclist in sight ;) Good times. Ichabod76
  • Score: 29

7:51pm Mon 30 Jun 14

nottoooldtocare says...

HeworthM wrote:
Very simple, but could we have some numbers from the powers who were successful in attracting this event to our region.
a) What is the associated cost being met by the public purse?
b) What is the expected benefit to the local economy - based on previous hosts experiences and the experiences of hosts of other large events?
We have a number of large figures of expenditure being thrown about (£6m on road repairs), theories about improved health from an increase in cycling and statistics about hotels being full. However it's summer, so wouldn't we expect hotels to be somewhere near full & York busy with visitors over a weekend in July, so what is the true economic benefit over not having TdF? Will anyone be brave enough to actually quantify the economics of this? Difficult to argue against the public purse being spent on such events IF robust figures can back up the spend.
What a great idea this is, sadly we have a council who are not very good at being open and honest or transparent according to recent revelations. Would we believe what they tell us? I doubt it very much.

There is little doubt this will generate vast sums of money for some, certainly the circus that will see the roads remain closed long after the cyclists have gone will, but what is in it for those of us who don't really see what all the fuss is about? The long term benefits to health are questionably really. Yes it might get one or two "chip Hoovers" of the sofa for a week or two, but will it last? Will it bring the numbers to the City that are being suggested, or are visitors still mindful of being Lendal bridged that will see them go to other parts of the county? Certainly if I was watching I would be up in the Dales where fatigue will be starting to show and you might see some real racing. And then... it will all be over and we will see the A1237 return to a rolling roadblock for the rest of the year, another sound investment by CYC.
[quote][p][bold]HeworthM[/bold] wrote: Very simple, but could we have some numbers from the powers who were successful in attracting this event to our region. a) What is the associated cost being met by the public purse? b) What is the expected benefit to the local economy - based on previous hosts experiences and the experiences of hosts of other large events? We have a number of large figures of expenditure being thrown about (£6m on road repairs), theories about improved health from an increase in cycling and statistics about hotels being full. However it's summer, so wouldn't we expect hotels to be somewhere near full & York busy with visitors over a weekend in July, so what is the true economic benefit over not having TdF? Will anyone be brave enough to actually quantify the economics of this? Difficult to argue against the public purse being spent on such events IF robust figures can back up the spend.[/p][/quote]What a great idea this is, sadly we have a council who are not very good at being open and honest or transparent according to recent revelations. Would we believe what they tell us? I doubt it very much. There is little doubt this will generate vast sums of money for some, certainly the circus that will see the roads remain closed long after the cyclists have gone will, but what is in it for those of us who don't really see what all the fuss is about? The long term benefits to health are questionably really. Yes it might get one or two "chip Hoovers" of the sofa for a week or two, but will it last? Will it bring the numbers to the City that are being suggested, or are visitors still mindful of being Lendal bridged that will see them go to other parts of the county? Certainly if I was watching I would be up in the Dales where fatigue will be starting to show and you might see some real racing. And then... it will all be over and we will see the A1237 return to a rolling roadblock for the rest of the year, another sound investment by CYC. nottoooldtocare
  • Score: 24

8:12pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Mr John says...

Bloody ridiculous they have to have it in summer when many people like to get out into the Dales to do some walking. Yet we have a weekend when we can't do this because of some damned licra wearing idiots on bikes. I expect half will be caught for drug cheating in next couple of years in any case. We can then say that York City Council is promoting drug cheats.
Bloody ridiculous they have to have it in summer when many people like to get out into the Dales to do some walking. Yet we have a weekend when we can't do this because of some damned licra wearing idiots on bikes. I expect half will be caught for drug cheating in next couple of years in any case. We can then say that York City Council is promoting drug cheats. Mr John
  • Score: 4

9:55pm Mon 30 Jun 14

twoleftfeet says...

Blimey there are some serious whingers on the website. It's only for ONE day for crying out loud. I'm no cyclist lover but am prepared for disruption for ONE day. If this event is such an inconvenience for you then I pity for you.
Blimey there are some serious whingers on the website. It's only for ONE day for crying out loud. I'm no cyclist lover but am prepared for disruption for ONE day. If this event is such an inconvenience for you then I pity for you. twoleftfeet
  • Score: 4

10:11pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Jack Ham says...

Has CYC told us yet how much TDF is costing residents? The money they've borrowed plus interest, the capital spend, the officer time and council resources?

This may well be a fun day out but when the cost is being met by taxpayers for the next 20 years we have a right to know what we are paying for.
Has CYC told us yet how much TDF is costing residents? The money they've borrowed plus interest, the capital spend, the officer time and council resources? This may well be a fun day out but when the cost is being met by taxpayers for the next 20 years we have a right to know what we are paying for. Jack Ham
  • Score: 18

10:28pm Mon 30 Jun 14

LadyYork1979 says...

Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...
Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race... LadyYork1979
  • Score: 18

12:13am Tue 1 Jul 14

sniper 9964 says...

Drawing pins going cheap on ebay.
this is all York needs more drug taking cyclists on Yorks streets running red lights cycling wrong way and riding on pavments.
Toad da frog can frog off ;-)
Drawing pins going cheap on ebay. this is all York needs more drug taking cyclists on Yorks streets running red lights cycling wrong way and riding on pavments. Toad da frog can frog off ;-) sniper 9964
  • Score: 0

1:09am Tue 1 Jul 14

rogue84 says...

one of the above posters has hit the nail on the head - if there's an accident on the A64....that's it, game over! nobody will be able to get in or out of the city. and am I right in thinking the A64 is the only place where motor vehicles can cross the river anywhere in York?!
one of the above posters has hit the nail on the head - if there's an accident on the A64....that's it, game over! nobody will be able to get in or out of the city. and am I right in thinking the A64 is the only place where motor vehicles can cross the river anywhere in York?! rogue84
  • Score: 18

6:57am Tue 1 Jul 14

DEKKA says...

rogue84 wrote:
one of the above posters has hit the nail on the head - if there's an accident on the A64....that's it, game over! nobody will be able to get in or out of the city. and am I right in thinking the A64 is the only place where motor vehicles can cross the river anywhere in York?!
So you will blame an international sporting event for grinding the A64 to a halt rather than the idiot driver who crashes their car??
[quote][p][bold]rogue84[/bold] wrote: one of the above posters has hit the nail on the head - if there's an accident on the A64....that's it, game over! nobody will be able to get in or out of the city. and am I right in thinking the A64 is the only place where motor vehicles can cross the river anywhere in York?![/p][/quote]So you will blame an international sporting event for grinding the A64 to a halt rather than the idiot driver who crashes their car?? DEKKA
  • Score: -13

6:57am Tue 1 Jul 14

DEKKA says...

rogue84 wrote:
one of the above posters has hit the nail on the head - if there's an accident on the A64....that's it, game over! nobody will be able to get in or out of the city. and am I right in thinking the A64 is the only place where motor vehicles can cross the river anywhere in York?!
So you will blame an international sporting event for grinding the A64 to a halt rather than the idiot driver who crashes their car??
[quote][p][bold]rogue84[/bold] wrote: one of the above posters has hit the nail on the head - if there's an accident on the A64....that's it, game over! nobody will be able to get in or out of the city. and am I right in thinking the A64 is the only place where motor vehicles can cross the river anywhere in York?![/p][/quote]So you will blame an international sporting event for grinding the A64 to a halt rather than the idiot driver who crashes their car?? DEKKA
  • Score: -14

6:57am Tue 1 Jul 14

DEKKA says...

rogue84 wrote:
one of the above posters has hit the nail on the head - if there's an accident on the A64....that's it, game over! nobody will be able to get in or out of the city. and am I right in thinking the A64 is the only place where motor vehicles can cross the river anywhere in York?!
So you will blame an international sporting event for grinding the A64 to a halt rather than the idiot driver who crashes their car??
[quote][p][bold]rogue84[/bold] wrote: one of the above posters has hit the nail on the head - if there's an accident on the A64....that's it, game over! nobody will be able to get in or out of the city. and am I right in thinking the A64 is the only place where motor vehicles can cross the river anywhere in York?![/p][/quote]So you will blame an international sporting event for grinding the A64 to a halt rather than the idiot driver who crashes their car?? DEKKA
  • Score: -7

8:05am Tue 1 Jul 14

sniper 9964 says...

Art Baker wrote:
sniper 9964 wrote:
Drawing pins going cheap on ebay.
this is all York needs more drug taking cyclists on Yorks streets running red lights cycling wrong way and riding on pavments.
Toad da frog can frog off ;-)
Details of this post have been saved. If there is an attempt to disrupt the event through such potentially life threatening behaviour, your details will be immediately forwarded to the police. Your comment is analogous to encouraging people to drop bricks onto passing cars from flyover bridges. There have been a number of deaths as a result of crashes in professional cycle races.
Art Baker
You really need to get your head out of yours arse. And get a sense of humour
[quote][p][bold]Art Baker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sniper 9964[/bold] wrote: Drawing pins going cheap on ebay. this is all York needs more drug taking cyclists on Yorks streets running red lights cycling wrong way and riding on pavments. Toad da frog can frog off ;-)[/p][/quote]Details of this post have been saved. If there is an attempt to disrupt the event through such potentially life threatening behaviour, your details will be immediately forwarded to the police. Your comment is analogous to encouraging people to drop bricks onto passing cars from flyover bridges. There have been a number of deaths as a result of crashes in professional cycle races.[/p][/quote]Art Baker You really need to get your head out of yours arse. And get a sense of humour sniper 9964
  • Score: 15

11:44am Tue 1 Jul 14

thinkingoutsidethebox says...

big boy york wrote:
the state of the A59 heading to harrogate is horrendous pot holes everywhere so theyve missed this bit off when re surficing the route gotta say not that interested in TDF but what it can do for york n yorkshire could be massive
Very true...........I have visions of someone on a bike (say Mr Cavendish) wrapping himself around the pedestrian central road crossings by Holy Redeemer church and the petrol station having hit one of the ruts or potholes (which by the way will increase hugely with the amount of almost always empty green buses now travelling that route). Hope it is a good event - for York and Yorkshire (though where York is concerned someone will louse it up). We are Sunday workers and know it's going to be a non earning day - but it's one day.
[quote][p][bold]big boy york[/bold] wrote: the state of the A59 heading to harrogate is horrendous pot holes everywhere so theyve missed this bit off when re surficing the route gotta say not that interested in TDF but what it can do for york n yorkshire could be massive[/p][/quote]Very true...........I have visions of someone on a bike (say Mr Cavendish) wrapping himself around the pedestrian central road crossings by Holy Redeemer church and the petrol station having hit one of the ruts or potholes (which by the way will increase hugely with the amount of almost always empty green buses now travelling that route). Hope it is a good event - for York and Yorkshire (though where York is concerned someone will louse it up). We are Sunday workers and know it's going to be a non earning day - but it's one day. thinkingoutsidethebox
  • Score: 7

12:12pm Tue 1 Jul 14

tobefair says...

LadyYork1979 wrote:
Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...
Not unless the professional cyclists race on the pavement.
[quote][p][bold]LadyYork1979[/bold] wrote: Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...[/p][/quote]Not unless the professional cyclists race on the pavement. tobefair
  • Score: 11

12:16pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Daley Mayall says...

sniper 9964 wrote:
Drawing pins going cheap on ebay.
this is all York needs more drug taking cyclists on Yorks streets running red lights cycling wrong way and riding on pavments.
Toad da frog can frog off ;-)
No doubt some numpty will read this and now scatter a few tacks in the road as the racers approach.

That would be seriously embarrassing for the city of York.

I'm not particularly fussed for all this 'York de Tour' b*llocks and the disruption and chaos it brings, but as others have alluded to, it's for 1 day and will (allegedly) bring significant amounts of revenue into the city over the weekend. I'm willing to give it a chance and head into York, get some pics of the occasion, watch the cyclists pass in about 10 seconds, and then go home and let others clear up the mess and wonder whether it was all worth it...
[quote][p][bold]sniper 9964[/bold] wrote: Drawing pins going cheap on ebay. this is all York needs more drug taking cyclists on Yorks streets running red lights cycling wrong way and riding on pavments. Toad da frog can frog off ;-)[/p][/quote]No doubt some numpty will read this and now scatter a few tacks in the road as the racers approach. That would be seriously embarrassing for the city of York. I'm not particularly fussed for all this 'York de Tour' b*llocks and the disruption and chaos it brings, but as others have alluded to, it's for 1 day and will (allegedly) bring significant amounts of revenue into the city over the weekend. I'm willing to give it a chance and head into York, get some pics of the occasion, watch the cyclists pass in about 10 seconds, and then go home and let others clear up the mess and wonder whether it was all worth it... Daley Mayall
  • Score: 6

12:39pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Stevie D says...

Ichabod76 wrote:
Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast !
( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )

Racing grannies? F1 cars replaced by Toyota Yarises and Honda Jazzes? Well, whatever floats your boat ;-)
[quote][bold]Ichabod76[/bold] wrote: Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast ! ( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )[/quote] Racing grannies? F1 cars replaced by Toyota Yarises and Honda Jazzes? Well, whatever floats your boat ;-) Stevie D
  • Score: 2

1:57pm Tue 1 Jul 14

LadyYork1979 says...

Art Baker wrote:
LadyYork1979 wrote:
Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...
Is that totally meaningless comment supposed to be making a point about something? Or have you just had too much to drink or missed your medication?
Meaning dear, that the cyclists residing in York are completely lawless!! They have no courtesy for other road users... especially through traffic lights or indeed pavements.

They have a serious death wish on occasion and are getting worse.

Throw in the professional cyclists and it might be quite an event to see
[quote][p][bold]Art Baker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LadyYork1979[/bold] wrote: Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...[/p][/quote]Is that totally meaningless comment supposed to be making a point about something? Or have you just had too much to drink or missed your medication?[/p][/quote]Meaning dear, that the cyclists residing in York are completely lawless!! They have no courtesy for other road users... especially through traffic lights or indeed pavements. They have a serious death wish on occasion and are getting worse. Throw in the professional cyclists and it might be quite an event to see LadyYork1979
  • Score: 13

2:07pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Ichabod76 says...

Stevie D wrote:
Ichabod76 wrote:
Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast !
( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )

Racing grannies? F1 cars replaced by Toyota Yarises and Honda Jazzes? Well, whatever floats your boat ;-)
You don't watch much Formula one do you ?
[quote][p][bold]Stevie D[/bold] wrote: [quote][bold]Ichabod76[/bold] wrote: Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast ! ( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )[/quote] Racing grannies? F1 cars replaced by Toyota Yarises and Honda Jazzes? Well, whatever floats your boat ;-)[/p][/quote]You don't watch much Formula one do you ? Ichabod76
  • Score: 10

2:22pm Tue 1 Jul 14

DEKKA says...

LadyYork1979 wrote:
Art Baker wrote:
LadyYork1979 wrote:
Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...
Is that totally meaningless comment supposed to be making a point about something? Or have you just had too much to drink or missed your medication?
Meaning dear, that the cyclists residing in York are completely lawless!! They have no courtesy for other road users... especially through traffic lights or indeed pavements.

They have a serious death wish on occasion and are getting worse.

Throw in the professional cyclists and it might be quite an event to see
As a York cyclist I take exception to you calling me lawless and inconsiderate. There are idiot cyclists as well as idiot car drivers, motorcyclists, bus drivers, taxi drivers etc on the roads but don't go tarring everyone with the same brush.
[quote][p][bold]LadyYork1979[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Art Baker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LadyYork1979[/bold] wrote: Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...[/p][/quote]Is that totally meaningless comment supposed to be making a point about something? Or have you just had too much to drink or missed your medication?[/p][/quote]Meaning dear, that the cyclists residing in York are completely lawless!! They have no courtesy for other road users... especially through traffic lights or indeed pavements. They have a serious death wish on occasion and are getting worse. Throw in the professional cyclists and it might be quite an event to see[/p][/quote]As a York cyclist I take exception to you calling me lawless and inconsiderate. There are idiot cyclists as well as idiot car drivers, motorcyclists, bus drivers, taxi drivers etc on the roads but don't go tarring everyone with the same brush. DEKKA
  • Score: 2

2:25pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Ichabod76 says...

Stevie D wrote:
Ichabod76 wrote:
Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast !
( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )

Racing grannies? F1 cars replaced by Toyota Yarises and Honda Jazzes? Well, whatever floats your boat ;-)
No F1 driver has ever been found guilty of drug cheating !
[quote][p][bold]Stevie D[/bold] wrote: [quote][bold]Ichabod76[/bold] wrote: Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast ! ( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )[/quote] Racing grannies? F1 cars replaced by Toyota Yarises and Honda Jazzes? Well, whatever floats your boat ;-)[/p][/quote]No F1 driver has ever been found guilty of drug cheating ! Ichabod76
  • Score: 9

5:22pm Tue 1 Jul 14

yorkshirelad says...

LadyYork1979 wrote:
Art Baker wrote:
LadyYork1979 wrote:
Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...
Is that totally meaningless comment supposed to be making a point about something? Or have you just had too much to drink or missed your medication?
Meaning dear, that the cyclists residing in York are completely lawless!! They have no courtesy for other road users... especially through traffic lights or indeed pavements.

They have a serious death wish on occasion and are getting worse.

Throw in the professional cyclists and it might be quite an event to see
All types of road user break the law (in fact motorists most commonly by a long long way)...so singling out one particular group represents simple prejudice.
[quote][p][bold]LadyYork1979[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Art Baker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LadyYork1979[/bold] wrote: Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...[/p][/quote]Is that totally meaningless comment supposed to be making a point about something? Or have you just had too much to drink or missed your medication?[/p][/quote]Meaning dear, that the cyclists residing in York are completely lawless!! They have no courtesy for other road users... especially through traffic lights or indeed pavements. They have a serious death wish on occasion and are getting worse. Throw in the professional cyclists and it might be quite an event to see[/p][/quote]All types of road user break the law (in fact motorists most commonly by a long long way)...so singling out one particular group represents simple prejudice. yorkshirelad
  • Score: -2

6:46pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Buzzz Light-year says...

Ichabod76 wrote:
Stevie D wrote:
Ichabod76 wrote:
Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast !
( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )

Racing grannies? F1 cars replaced by Toyota Yarises and Honda Jazzes? Well, whatever floats your boat ;-)
You don't watch much Formula one do you ?
You said "British GRAN Prix"
Think that was the joke there...
[quote][p][bold]Ichabod76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stevie D[/bold] wrote: [quote][bold]Ichabod76[/bold] wrote: Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast ! ( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )[/quote] Racing grannies? F1 cars replaced by Toyota Yarises and Honda Jazzes? Well, whatever floats your boat ;-)[/p][/quote]You don't watch much Formula one do you ?[/p][/quote]You said "British GRAN Prix" Think that was the joke there... Buzzz Light-year
  • Score: 4

6:49pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Buzzz Light-year says...

DEKKA wrote:
LadyYork1979 wrote:
Art Baker wrote:
LadyYork1979 wrote:
Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...
Is that totally meaningless comment supposed to be making a point about something? Or have you just had too much to drink or missed your medication?
Meaning dear, that the cyclists residing in York are completely lawless!! They have no courtesy for other road users... especially through traffic lights or indeed pavements.

They have a serious death wish on occasion and are getting worse.

Throw in the professional cyclists and it might be quite an event to see
As a York cyclist I take exception to you calling me lawless and inconsiderate. There are idiot cyclists as well as idiot car drivers, motorcyclists, bus drivers, taxi drivers etc on the roads but don't go tarring everyone with the same brush.
I take exception too.
I ride a bike a bit and I'm not at all lawless.

LadyYork1979 - shove yer prejudice!
[quote][p][bold]DEKKA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LadyYork1979[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Art Baker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LadyYork1979[/bold] wrote: Just throw in the idiotic York cyclists and then you will get a proper race...[/p][/quote]Is that totally meaningless comment supposed to be making a point about something? Or have you just had too much to drink or missed your medication?[/p][/quote]Meaning dear, that the cyclists residing in York are completely lawless!! They have no courtesy for other road users... especially through traffic lights or indeed pavements. They have a serious death wish on occasion and are getting worse. Throw in the professional cyclists and it might be quite an event to see[/p][/quote]As a York cyclist I take exception to you calling me lawless and inconsiderate. There are idiot cyclists as well as idiot car drivers, motorcyclists, bus drivers, taxi drivers etc on the roads but don't go tarring everyone with the same brush.[/p][/quote]I take exception too. I ride a bike a bit and I'm not at all lawless. LadyYork1979 - shove yer prejudice! Buzzz Light-year
  • Score: -7

9:02pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Ichabod76 says...

Buzzz Light-year wrote:
Ichabod76 wrote:
Stevie D wrote:
Ichabod76 wrote:
Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast !
( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )

Racing grannies? F1 cars replaced by Toyota Yarises and Honda Jazzes? Well, whatever floats your boat ;-)
You don't watch much Formula one do you ?
You said "British GRAN Prix"
Think that was the joke there...
**** you Buzzz Lightyear !!! I didn't notice that
Sorry Stevie D consider me embarrassed ;)
[quote][p][bold]Buzzz Light-year[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ichabod76[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stevie D[/bold] wrote: [quote][bold]Ichabod76[/bold] wrote: Sadly I will be at the British Gran Prix, watching fast cars go fast ! ( well not sadly because I'm looking forward to it )[/quote] Racing grannies? F1 cars replaced by Toyota Yarises and Honda Jazzes? Well, whatever floats your boat ;-)[/p][/quote]You don't watch much Formula one do you ?[/p][/quote]You said "British GRAN Prix" Think that was the joke there...[/p][/quote]**** you Buzzz Lightyear !!! I didn't notice that Sorry Stevie D consider me embarrassed ;) Ichabod76
  • Score: 10

9:05pm Tue 1 Jul 14

Ichabod76 says...

That's not a swear word I used ??????????????
That's not a swear word I used ?????????????? Ichabod76
  • Score: 5

9:42pm Tue 1 Jul 14

DooftheDog says...

asd wrote:
You never know, they might actually finish off working on the A59 roundabout !
City of York Council told me the roadworks would be finished by 25th June just a couple of weeks ago. They are not even replying to polite tweets asking for the new completion date now. I am looking forward to TDF and can't bear to think what impression the state of the road around the A59 roundabout will create, unless a miracle happens between now and Sunday.
[quote][p][bold]asd[/bold] wrote: You never know, they might actually finish off working on the A59 roundabout ![/p][/quote]City of York Council told me the roadworks would be finished by 25th June just a couple of weeks ago. They are not even replying to polite tweets asking for the new completion date now. I am looking forward to TDF and can't bear to think what impression the state of the road around the A59 roundabout will create, unless a miracle happens between now and Sunday. DooftheDog
  • Score: 9

7:16am Wed 2 Jul 14

mortandindi says...

STUFF THE TOUR !!!!!

PATHETIC CYCLISTS !!!!!
STUFF THE TOUR !!!!! PATHETIC CYCLISTS !!!!! mortandindi
  • Score: 11

7:46am Wed 2 Jul 14

sniper 9964 says...

Daley Mayall wrote:
sniper 9964 wrote:
Drawing pins going cheap on ebay.
this is all York needs more drug taking cyclists on Yorks streets running red lights cycling wrong way and riding on pavments.
Toad da frog can frog off ;-)
No doubt some numpty will read this and now scatter a few tacks in the road as the racers approach.

That would be seriously embarrassing for the city of York.

I'm not particularly fussed for all this 'York de Tour' b*llocks and the disruption and chaos it brings, but as others have alluded to, it's for 1 day and will (allegedly) bring significant amounts of revenue into the city over the weekend. I'm willing to give it a chance and head into York, get some pics of the occasion, watch the cyclists pass in about 10 seconds, and then go home and let others clear up the mess and wonder whether it was all worth it...
★ ★ :-) ★★
[quote][p][bold]Daley Mayall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sniper 9964[/bold] wrote: Drawing pins going cheap on ebay. this is all York needs more drug taking cyclists on Yorks streets running red lights cycling wrong way and riding on pavments. Toad da frog can frog off ;-)[/p][/quote]No doubt some numpty will read this and now scatter a few tacks in the road as the racers approach. That would be seriously embarrassing for the city of York. I'm not particularly fussed for all this 'York de Tour' b*llocks and the disruption and chaos it brings, but as others have alluded to, it's for 1 day and will (allegedly) bring significant amounts of revenue into the city over the weekend. I'm willing to give it a chance and head into York, get some pics of the occasion, watch the cyclists pass in about 10 seconds, and then go home and let others clear up the mess and wonder whether it was all worth it...[/p][/quote]★ ★ :-) ★★ sniper 9964
  • Score: -1

1:42pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Abdiel says...

asd wrote:
You never know, they might actually finish off working on the A59 roundabout !
Ye for the day! They love it there sat in digger reading. Think they'll be back, they seem to be rooted to it!
[quote][p][bold]asd[/bold] wrote: You never know, they might actually finish off working on the A59 roundabout ![/p][/quote]Ye for the day! They love it there sat in digger reading. Think they'll be back, they seem to be rooted to it! Abdiel
  • Score: 8

2:13pm Wed 2 Jul 14

Ichabod76 says...

Abdiel wrote:
asd wrote:
You never know, they might actually finish off working on the A59 roundabout !
Ye for the day! They love it there sat in digger reading. Think they'll be back, they seem to be rooted to it!
one of them was having a little sleep in the digger at 11:30 am Sunday morning !
[quote][p][bold]Abdiel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]asd[/bold] wrote: You never know, they might actually finish off working on the A59 roundabout ![/p][/quote]Ye for the day! They love it there sat in digger reading. Think they'll be back, they seem to be rooted to it![/p][/quote]one of them was having a little sleep in the digger at 11:30 am Sunday morning ! Ichabod76
  • Score: 11

3:33pm Wed 2 Jul 14

garethjv says...

mortandindi wrote:
STUFF THE TOUR !!!!!

PATHETIC CYCLISTS !!!!!
What a miserable bunch of moaning old fogeys York seems to be full of! Or is that just the sadoes who bother to comment in the York Press? Yes I know, that must make me a sado!
[quote][p][bold]mortandindi[/bold] wrote: STUFF THE TOUR !!!!! PATHETIC CYCLISTS !!!!![/p][/quote]What a miserable bunch of moaning old fogeys York seems to be full of! Or is that just the sadoes who bother to comment in the York Press? Yes I know, that must make me a sado! garethjv
  • Score: -10

4:16pm Wed 2 Jul 14

postedinyork says...

Tell me I,m dreaming.I can,t go out on Sunday because getting to the other side of York is virtually impossible.If I lean my bike against a tree the chances are when I return it will be yellow.People are losing money because they are unable to get to work.(don,t suppose they will be compensated).And what is this madness for?....Because a load of cyclists think this is France? or are they doing the tour of Britain as a warm up for the tour of France.
Tell me I,m dreaming.I can,t go out on Sunday because getting to the other side of York is virtually impossible.If I lean my bike against a tree the chances are when I return it will be yellow.People are losing money because they are unable to get to work.(don,t suppose they will be compensated).And what is this madness for?....Because a load of cyclists think this is France? or are they doing the tour of Britain as a warm up for the tour of France. postedinyork
  • Score: 11

5:00pm Wed 2 Jul 14

sniper 9964 says...

I wonder how much its going to cost us tax payers. ?
I wonder how much its going to cost us tax payers. ? sniper 9964
  • Score: 8

8:32pm Thu 3 Jul 14

pault42 says...

Art Baker wrote:
sniper 9964 wrote:
Drawing pins going cheap on ebay.
this is all York needs more drug taking cyclists on Yorks streets running red lights cycling wrong way and riding on pavments.
Toad da frog can frog off ;-)
Details of this post have been saved. If there is an attempt to disrupt the event through such potentially life threatening behaviour, your details will be immediately forwarded to the police. Your comment is analogous to encouraging people to drop bricks onto passing cars from flyover bridges. There have been a number of deaths as a result of crashes in professional cycle races.
Art Baker, you would appear to have had a humour extraction. Quite sad really. The original comment did not incite anyone to do anything, Your comment is ridiculous - perhaps if you see an advert for building supplies on sale you assume everyone is going to drop them on cars from bridges? Or maybe you have the sort of twisted imagination to do these things??? Foolish comment
[quote][p][bold]Art Baker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sniper 9964[/bold] wrote: Drawing pins going cheap on ebay. this is all York needs more drug taking cyclists on Yorks streets running red lights cycling wrong way and riding on pavments. Toad da frog can frog off ;-)[/p][/quote]Details of this post have been saved. If there is an attempt to disrupt the event through such potentially life threatening behaviour, your details will be immediately forwarded to the police. Your comment is analogous to encouraging people to drop bricks onto passing cars from flyover bridges. There have been a number of deaths as a result of crashes in professional cycle races.[/p][/quote]Art Baker, you would appear to have had a humour extraction. Quite sad really. The original comment did not incite anyone to do anything, Your comment is ridiculous - perhaps if you see an advert for building supplies on sale you assume everyone is going to drop them on cars from bridges? Or maybe you have the sort of twisted imagination to do these things??? Foolish comment pault42
  • Score: 7

8:46pm Thu 3 Jul 14

Oh my............ says...

Oh some of you people would moan if you were given the moon on a stick with a cheque for a milion pounds. It is hardly a big shock that some roads will be closed.... it is one day... yes 24 little hours. I think it is fabulous and exciting and will enjoy it.
Oh some of you people would moan if you were given the moon on a stick with a cheque for a milion pounds. It is hardly a big shock that some roads will be closed.... it is one day... yes 24 little hours. I think it is fabulous and exciting and will enjoy it. Oh my............
  • Score: -3

10:49am Fri 4 Jul 14

Alfredd-g says...

It's really not so much of a big deal and it was of course done 20 years ago in Kent and East Sussex following the opening of the Channel tunnel. I can't remember Canterbury City Council making such a song and dance about the whole thing and the race through Canterbury seemed to run pretty smoothly. At the end of the day, it wasn't that exciting and flashed past very quickly. We had more fun watching it on the TV when we got home. Sadly this event will only encourage the agressive, lycra clad lunatics that frequent the riverside paths and the old railway route from Selby to York. Both of these routes are becoming too dangerous to walk on now and cyclists are also risking their lives on the roads in York by darting across in front of cars etc. Driving examinations, theory tests, licences and third party insurance for all cyclists, please. As for life threatening behaviour of drawing pins and falling bricks, just imagine the impact of a cyclist hitting a pedestrian, or dog at full speed!
It's really not so much of a big deal and it was of course done 20 years ago in Kent and East Sussex following the opening of the Channel tunnel. I can't remember Canterbury City Council making such a song and dance about the whole thing and the race through Canterbury seemed to run pretty smoothly. At the end of the day, it wasn't that exciting and flashed past very quickly. We had more fun watching it on the TV when we got home. Sadly this event will only encourage the agressive, lycra clad lunatics that frequent the riverside paths and the old railway route from Selby to York. Both of these routes are becoming too dangerous to walk on now and cyclists are also risking their lives on the roads in York by darting across in front of cars etc. Driving examinations, theory tests, licences and third party insurance for all cyclists, please. As for life threatening behaviour of drawing pins and falling bricks, just imagine the impact of a cyclist hitting a pedestrian, or dog at full speed! Alfredd-g
  • Score: 6

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