Cut Bridge, West Lynn. No safe cycling facility
The Cut Bridge linking King's Lynn with West Lynn has no safe cycle facility, despite linking two sections of reasonably good quality cycleway. There is a narrow (1.2m) footway which cyclists often (illegally) use but it is too narrow to pass a pedestrian or another cyclist. There is also a low parapet with a risk of a cyclist being knocked over into the river in the event of a collision. This would almost certainly be fatal.
The 'correct' way to cross the bridge is to rejoin the carriageway, which involves (westbound) crossing on a fast, blind bend then back again after the bridge.
1) 20mph limit extended over the bridge - preferably accompanied by average-speed cameras.
2) Narrow the road and install a wider (Min 3+1 m) shared-use path.
3) Reduce the road to a single, bi-directional lane with a full-width (2m) cycle lane either side.