Concrete blocks were erected there, presumably to ensure that speeding cyclists slow down and not pose a danger to uncles, aunties and kiddies living there.
Good intentions aside, the structure once again smacks of a another poorly thought-out idea by the area’s town council.
It also goes against the very purpose of building sheltered walkways with smooth ramps rather than steps.
Just recently, a ruckus was raised at Queenstown over removable railings that were placed at a void deck so that residents found it hard to use the space for everyday communal activities.
The railings would only be removed for functions.