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Gallery: Policy paper: the terraced streets of Romsey and Petersfield

This gallery has been created to accompany a policy paper on the terraced streets of Romsey and Petersfield.

This gallery was created on Sunday, 31st March 2013

On Kingston Street pedestrians are forced in to the road by a combination of inconsiderate parking and wheelie bins.

Question: who is blocking the pavement here? Perhaps it is the car owner - for whom part of the pavement has been officially allocated as parking. Or perhaps it is the bike owner as there is no officially created secure cycle parking in ... [more]

A proposal for a triple toastrack outside 100 Thoday Street.

Proposal for a double toastrack outside 100 Thoday Street

Proposal for on-street cycle parking in an area of terraced housing. See also #11460.

What is blocking the pavement here? It looks like the bikes are in the way but in reality it's the cars which are taking up half the pavement space through legalised pavement parking.

This scaffolding has only been here a few minutes and look how many bikes are blooming already.

Complete lack of cycle parking on the highway forces cyclists to do this sort of thing. The pavement is totally blocked. (The exact time and date shown were estimated.)

Cycles parked on the pavement as far as the eye can see on Thoday Street - proof of the demand for cycle parking.

This scaffold supplies almost enough spaces to accommodate demand for the pub.

The result of the lack of cycle parking: pavements blocked. This was taken early-evening outside the Kingston Arms, on Kingston Street, where there is zero cycle parking. No wonder theft rates are so high. Eventually sorted in 2014 - ... [more]

Another example of selfish parking on Kingston Street. The pavement is totally blocked, forcing a mother to push her child down the middle of the road.

Car parking reduction - pedestrians can now cross unhindered. Drivers are coping. http://camcycle.cyclescape.org/issues/79-ainsworth-street-pedestrian-crossing-blocked-by-cars

Car parking means that walking in the road when in a group is often more sociable.

Reduction in general car parking - residents are coping. Scope for replacement of car parking spaces with cycle parking.

Reduction in general car parking - residents are coping. Scope for replacement of car parking spaces with cycle parking.

Reduction in general car parking - residents are coping. Scope for replacement of car parking spaces with cycle parking.

Reduction in general car parking - residents are coping. Scope for replacement of car parking spaces with cycle parking.

Reduction in general car parking - residents are coping. Scope for more replacement of car parking spaces with cycle parking.

Reduction in general car parking - residents are coping. Scope for replacement of car parking spaces with cycle parking, as needed here.

No cycle parking in this area, as cars are seen as more important. Cycles less secure than proper Sheffield stands would be.

No cycle parking in this area, as cars are seen as more important. Cycles less secure than proper Sheffield stands would be.

Allowance nearby of legalised pavement parking creates mixed messages - spreads to other areas where it remains not allowed.

Car parking on pavements degrades pedestrian access.

Cycle parking in a home zone.

A Home Zone in Cambridge - but the usual car-dominated streetscape, with no sign of cycle parking.

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