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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??

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! 😁🚴‍♀️

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.

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

Paved path past Barton church

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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 ... [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

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. (Spellin ... [more]

See clip at Breaking "Highway code rule 163". But this is more about the poor way this infrastructure works here. It ac ... [more]

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.

Only the narrow path to the right is open, but it should be possible to open up the old route to the left.

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  • Icon 117000 Plenty of room for widening all along Boadicea Way
  • Icon 116999 Please provide a cycle route to link safely to Castle Hill from North Cambridge
  • Icon 116998 Put crossing island here and make road narrower. Very wide and scary junction for pedestrians to cross due to the complexity of the junction and high speeds. Narrowing the entry curve and providing a crossing island would make this much better.
  • Icon 116997 Please consider a closure of Backwell Bow to through traffic in order to provide a safe link between Nailsea and Flax Bourton. This will become an important route to Backwell Secondary school when school resumes and provides an important link between Nailsea and the Festival Way cycle route which provides a commuting and leisure route between Nailsea and Bristol.
  • Icon 116996 Remove central meridian to slow traffic down and make space for wider pavements and segregated cycle lanes on both sides (lots of wasted space here).
  • Icon 116995 Fast multi-lane traffic. Some space can be repurposed to enable safe cycling.
  • Icon 116994 Needs segregated cycle lane for leisure riders to use to Portsdown Hill View for ice creams. In the quarantine it's been ok up here, loads of adults with kids cycling for exercise, but it's a horribly busy 40mph road. Or close it to through traffic.
  • Icon 116993 Remove parking from one side of street or remove central meridian to make cycle lane a safe width and add physical separation to allow cyclists (especially those new because of Covid-19) to be and feel safe.
  • Icon 116992 Desperately needs segregated cycle lane up this hill
  • Icon 116991 Footpath way too narrow, especailly with new brick wall for nursery. Needs widening
  • Icon 116990 Traffic lighted crossing is needed here to allow pedestrians and cyclists to cross at a difficult but well used point.
  • Icon 116989 both direction Segregated cycle infrastructure please.

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