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Gallery: CamCycle AGM motion 2016

Gallery of photos to support the campaign to argue for more cycle parking where there is already car parking.

This gallery was created on Tuesday, 6th December 2016

How can I get to my door? These cars are so close together that they form a barrier making it awkward to try and get my bike into the house.

Without a 'marked' area for bikes - the person leaving their bike can be made to feel like an intruder.

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]

Obstruction - the bikes recklessly parked against the house - or the cars legitimately using the pavement. No cycle parking anywhere along this whole street contributes to this problem.

Desperate shortage of cycle parking in Gwydir Street.

More proof of the need for cycle parking in these residential streets.

The sign in the window says "NO BIKES". This is a very clear indicator that there is a need for cycle parking in the area, given that residents are fed up of people parking their bikes against the houses. Petersfield Ward Councillors need t ... [more]

Sketch of what 3 sheffield stands might look like outside a house in Thoday Street. See also #11460 .

Cycle parking finished off at last and already being used.

Well used set of on carriageway bike racks in Harvey Road.

King Street

Kemp Street

Railings are better than nothing - but such unofficial cycle parking is not welcoming and can cause problems for footway users.

There's a definite need for cycle parking on Tenison Road but none was provided in the recent half a million pound scheme.

Evidence of the need for cycle parking on these streets.

There are a few of these cycle shelters in this residential area.

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