Well, the road layout has changed (I don't have photos of pre-pinchpoint days), there are shitloads more cyclists using it for training at any given time, but especially during the rush hour (my phone could't record video in the 90s and early 2000s, mainly because it was plugged into a wall at home), and I've seen ambulances in attendance, and people either writhing or static on the ground at least once a month during high season for the past few years, plus read more reports of similar incidents. Also loads more dick moves.
Call it a rant if you want. Best of luck with your dangerous and ineffectual rush-hour training.
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