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New painted cycle lanes on Chesterton Road. A slight improvement on the previous situation but not sure why they are advisory when the road is so wide.

May 2020 aproaching Perry Barr locks

May 2020

Nuttall Way, Edge Hill, Liverpool

This is where the driver of this van and trailer decided to stop and have a phone call. Completely blocking the cyclepath and pavement. I had to stop and ask, then shout "hello" as he wasn't paying any attention to other traffic. Why not st ... [more]

Parking on the footway seems to be part of the plan at this new development in Trumpington.

New development in Trumpington with car parking but no cycle facilities.

Cut-through to Addenbrooke's Road

Next level anti cycling infra on a path near patchway, south glos. Maybe they had a anti social behaviour issue with youths riding tanks?? https://t.co/K5XzFqNo4Y

This is more like it! 😊 shame it starts as randomly as it stops - how about more of this @GlasgowCC and some permanent barriers? Encourage healthy transport! 😁🚴‍♀️ https://t.co/4J5XNGvche

Path down to Threipmuir Reservoir

Road alongside Loganlea Reservoir

Gravel path

Gravel path

Hard to do physical distancing when the bushes are so overgrown. This is a key route into the Beehive Centre, used by most people walking from Petersfield.

Take the rough or the smooth? Left a nice surface to ride a normal Bicycle. Right an awful rough and ready track which is not good enough for normal Bicycles.

Slippery Slope and loose gravel which is not very good to use a Bicycle upon. Tarmacadam needed at the Thonas Telford Bridge.

New cycle/pedestrian bridge over the new A14

Walkern Hall from road

Panoramic view near Sacombe Church on bridleway route avoiding A602

Driver of BV07 YYT parks up on pedestrian crossing on #HIlls Rd #Cambridge. Illegal in several ways. Highly dangerous. And removes the ability to distance. https://t.co/er8xXyhCYu

New Tarmac and Old Barriers. Very poor Obstruction in Hempsted.

End of rough surface on this byway, and possibly muddy surface ahead

Possibly muddy byway

End of rough surface on this byway, and possibly muddy surface ahead

Driveable surface on this byway, with a barrier

Only a footpath

The Causeway - footpath to Comberton church

Only a footpath

A dropped kerb would be helpful, even if this isn't a shared-use path

Permeability in Comberton

Permeability in Comberton

A dropped kerb would be helpful, even if this isn't a shared-use path

Barriers on Church Lane, Barton

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The 12 most recently modified photos

UPDATE Bridge has been replaced in Urmston spacing and one row of bollards is better than recent installations #108206 https://twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/1265738633576943616 https://safestreetstrafford.commonplace.is/comments/5ececc ... [more]

We’re creating a Keyworkers’ Corridor, close to @Leic_hospital #LRI - helping new and returning keyworker cyclists get to where they need to be quickly and safely #tacticalurbanism #leicbikeaid 🚲 #COVID19 https://t.co/gaWTReRtFq

Nuttall Street nearly finished. I wonder if this is going to increase motor traffic on CS1. Traffic previously exiting Hoxton here will now continue north along Hoxton Mkt then north up Pitfield/Whitmore. https://t.co/gCo73zc4IH (Spellin ... [more]

See clip at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IUl0VQzFGE Breaking "Highway code rule 163". http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_070314 But this is more about the poor way this infrastructure works here. It ac ... [more]

Paved path past Barton church

Three Sheffield stands at Barton church

Link to Cowley Road, Oxford

Start of permissive path

Barton Road cycle route crossing New Road (to Comberton)

I'm thrilled to see that a dropped kerb has appeared here, making this shared-use path useable at last.

The location of this crossing makes a bit more sense now there's a good route straight into Eddington, but there still needs to be a crossing at the main Eddington Avenue junction.

There's no sign at the bridge, but this footpath may still be closed, in theory.

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  • Icon 117227 Contra flow bike lane to allow access down leaf lane without having to cross black Prince avenue
  • Icon 117226 Storforth Lane very wide, could be narrowed with mandatory cycle lanes on each side
  • Icon 117225 Reduce wait times at crossing for pedestrians
  • Icon 117224 Excellent cycle path through estate doesn't connect out to Storforth Lane
  • Icon 117223 Pavement narrow over the bridge needs to be improved. Pedestrians walking in the busy road over this bridge.
  • Icon 117222 Pedestrian/cycle waiting area is to small for more than 1 or 2 people. Use continuous rather than staggered crossing to remove the obstruction. Space gained by removing the island can be used to widen the pavements without losing road space
  • Icon 117221 Access to Steeton Cemetery from the Redrow estate would simply require a gate in a wall but would vastly improve pedestrian (and cycle) permeability of the area and reduce road traffic to enable more trips.
  • Icon 117220 Extend shared path into Brimington
  • Icon 117219 This road is narrow and busy and crossing between shops pubs and colleges is dangerous. Buses destroy the road. Close except for access.
  • Icon 117218 The old bridge between Steeton Hall and St Stephens Road is still here (currently with a shipping container blocking it). Re-opening it would enable a safer route to/from the station away from the busy (and too fast) Station Road, as well as provide more passing trade for Steeton Hall.
  • Icon 117217 Pavement is way too narrow you have to walk in the road as it's a busy pavement.
  • Icon 117216 The towpath, although recently resurfaced, has been done so at approximatley 1/2 to 2/3rds of the available width. If this was widened it would be easier for people to walk/cycle past each other, let alone ensure social distancing without ending up in the nettles/canal!

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