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Overranking continues despite the Covid-19 lockdown.

Fairly new parking, I think, on King St, with space for cargo bikes above an access hatch.

Strange to install steelwork that's pretty useless except for cycle parking, and then plaster No Cycling stickers on them.

It's hard to see what purpose this serves as EXCEPT as cycle parking - so why the No Cycles stickers?

Nature reclaiming cycle parking during the Covid-19 lockdown

Strange - absurdly over-specified cycle stands with the other side taken out of use to allow a second car to be squeezed in (as visible on Google satellite).

Strange - absurdly over-specified cycle stands with this side taken out of use to allow a second car to be squeezed in (as visible on Google satellite).

Start of new advisory cycle lanes painted by Cambridgeshire County Council because proper mandatory lanes would take time and effort.

New advisory cycle lanes painted by Cambridgeshire County Council because proper mandatory lanes would take time and effort.

New advisory cycle lanes painted by Cambridgeshire County Council because proper mandatory lanes would take time and effort - so drivers leave cars in the cycle lane and the cyclist is pushed out into the road.

Works on this path to Huntingdon Road have finished and locals have pushed aside the barriers. Time to remove them properly.

Access by stile only on this footpath - now that the A14 works are complete, surely it's time to allow access for bikes and wheelchairs again?

Erstwhile cattle creep, now a tunnel under the A1237 (York ring road), opened in late 2019. It is between Main Street (Knapton) and Northfield Lane and is the final part of the Rufforth to Knapton route. It gives: a) Rufforth residents an a ... [more]

Cycle parking for construction workers at the Cavendish III Lab

Considerate Contractors provide cycle parking for construction workers at the Cavendish III Lab

Cycle parking at the Vet School

Covered cycle parking at the Vet School

Temporary access to the Vet School during construction of the Cavendish III Lab - dropped kerb needed

Temporary access to the Vet School during construction of the Cavendish III Lab - dropped kerb needed

Spokes cycle cafe near Codicote

Ford on Fulling Mill Lane

Ayot St Peter church by National Route 12. A useful landmark.

If only there was some space for cycling on Queen Margaret Drive.

The popup closure of Kelvin Way to motor traffic has created space for walking and cycling.

The popup closure of Kelvin Way to motor traffic has created space for walking and cycling.

The popup closure to motor traffic of Kelvin Way has created space for walking and cycling, since Kelvingrove Park has been very busy. It is usually solid with parked cars and motor traffic passing through.

A popup road closure of Kelvin Way to motor traffic through Kelvingrove Park, to create space for walking and cycling instead.

The covered walkway at the SECC is temporarily closed, due to the use of the building as a temporary hospital.

A rather inconspicuous diversion sign for the SECC covered walkway closure, facing the wrong way.

Pedestrians aren't meant to use the north side of the gyratory at the Hydro, and it isn't much more suitable for cycling either. There used to be a direct underpass link towards the SECC here, but it was filled in when the gyratory was b ... [more]

The gyratory doesn't even have a footway at the back of the Hydro car park, and with the SECC covered walkway closed, people are finding their way to Finnieston as best they can.

The gyratory at the Hydro. To get back onto Finnieston Street, take lane 3 through this junction, lane 2 around the corner, and regain the inside lane after the next turn.

To cycle up Finnieston St, one needs to traverse the gyratory around the Hydro car park.

Here there is a diversion from the road traffic. It has a few potholes at this end. Twigworth is in need of a Segregated Bicycle Path.

Side Street 15mph Sign. [private roads can have non-standard speed limits]

Regelmäßig parken Autos auf dem Radweg

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St. John's College, Cambridge

Three dimensional map of central Cambridge outside Gt. St. Mary's Church.

St. John's College, Cambridge

St Albans Road

Aylesborough Close

RIchmond Terrace

Somewhere near Leutershcach, see #114418

And guess what I'm doing next! Cycling in Taiwan

Unofficial warning sign? 🚲 Cyclists beware traffic crossing on green!

Some cycle racks in Kingston upon Thames

This photo is somewhere in Cardiff, probably. What does this sign mean? Is it a one-way for cycling?

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  • Icon 122555 Since the closure of Broad St to traffic Holliday St has had a significant increase in traffic. This is the only cycle route from Five ways/ Hagley Road/ Harborne Road to the city centre since the tram will prevent safe cycling on Broad. Close Holliday St to traffic at the A38 end to create a safe route in to the city. Traffic can still access properties from the ring road end - this aligns with the city's traffic cells initiative.
  • Icon 122554 While Lea Lane has been closed it has provided an all weather and fairly safe route between Wolverley and Cookley. It would be fantastic if something could be done to restrict motor traffic once the lane is reopened to perhaps only allow local traffic or one-way traffic with a footpath/ cycleway.
  • Icon 122553 Very narrow stretch of pavement along the Wolverley Road is dangerous for pedestrians under normal circumstances and makes passing very difficult when social distancing.
  • Icon 122552 This is technically a shared foot/bike path, but is narrow, poorly maintained and very dangerous, as it is directly alongside the busy A4074..
  • Icon 122551 Stratford road is an arterial road into the city centre with frequent single lanes, lots of bus traffic and double parking. There needs to be an uninterrupted cycle lane from Shirley into town to make it safer to cycle to work.
  • Icon 122550 Add cycleway here to allow safe cycle from Tolworth to Nonsuch Park
  • Icon 122549 Need cycle lanes from end of Salisbury road, past cricket ground and up to priory hospital, Birmingham university and Birmingham city university in edgbaston. Very dangerous for cyclists with inconsiderate drivers when cycling up the hill on priory road.
  • Icon 122548 Too many cats and HGV’s for people to walk around a safe distance apart, also the pollution is terrible because of this.
  • Icon 122547 Bamford to Hathersage cycle path just stops on the edge of Hathersage, forcing cyclists back into the very fast main A-road traffic flow to get into Hathersage centre. Really it’s at the busy/congested points like this that cyclists need the most protection. Such a shame when a good quality separated path built to encourage cycling between the Hope Valley villages and railway stations but doesn’t actually join them up or keep users safe into the village centres, deterring much wider use by less confident cyclists. Reroute a car-free path/spur into the village?
  • Icon 122546 Along wake green road down to Salisbury road needs a cycle path to make it safer to ride
  • Icon 122545 This is a very busy route to the seafront (between bransbury park and the eastney swimming pool). There isn't enough space on the pavement for pedestrians to safely pass each other. There are often people walking and running into the road to get past each other which is unsafe for them and a hazard for bikes and cars.
  • Icon 122544 The footpath between Mount Gould Park and Lipson Academy is definitely not two meters in width. It has a potholed, uneven surface, is overgrown with vegetation and is not Covid friendly. The steps from the park are uneven in fall and the nosings are breaking away. This is a public right of way, that is also a route to a school, and is well used. I think it would benefit from being upgraded to a shared use path/cycle route that would be wheelchair and pushchair friendly. The lighting could also be upgraded for security reasons.

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