I do wish the owners of automatic doors would think more of us fast-walkers.
Obviously if doors are next to a lot of passing traffic, the sensors can’t look too far for moving people, but if they’re in a corridor, it shouldn’t be too hard to detect oncoming speedsters.
As it is, at places like the Port Phillip Arcade, I have to slow down to a fraction of my usual speed to avoid bumping my nose on the glass.
I guess I could wave my hand or briefcase ahead of me to give it some warning that I’m coming, but it would look pretty silly.
Or is it just me that has this problem?