Vauxhall Street, a Lambeth back street with a segregated cycle contraflow that forms part of the calm backstreet London Cycle Network route 3 (the pre-cursor to the new Quietways), is being transformed into an even more cycle-friendly street.
While the works are happening a diversion has been put in place, but something's gone awry with it.
Here's the LCN3 turn and the diversion sign (NB the street is no entry to motor vehicles).
There are No Entry, Road Closed, Cycle Lane Closed Ahead, Warning Cycles, and Diversion signs while the cycle's allowed sign has been removed
At the next lights, Diversion sign tells the child to turn left onto the inner ring road (though I would have sent the cyclist straight over into Cardigan Street where a cycle contraflow exists)
It could of course be that that the Diversion sign is unrelated to the Vauxhall Street closure. Confused? You bet.