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Pedestrian/cycle-only cut-through

Cycle route sign, Ploumanac'h

Cut-through in Ploumanac'h

Pedestrian and cycle markings

Dead End except for pedestrians and cyclists

No Cycling to the Plage de la Bastille, Ploumanac'h

No Cycling on either route

No Cycling on the coastal path

No Cycling or Horseriding on the coastal path

Strictly Pedestrians Only on the coastal path except for residents

Invitation to contribute to the cycling masterplan, Perros-Guirec

Cycle stands at Perros-Guirec church

Bike decorated for the Tour de France

Start of one-way (alternating) stretch for motor vehicles with a protected cycle lane to the east.

Start of one-way (alternating) stretch for motor vehicles with a protected cycle lane to the east.

Definitely pedestrians only on the coastal path

Cycle route sign to the left - it's a dead-end ahead.

Cyclists Dismount - though there's plenty of space to co-exist.

Right turn (to a car park) except for cyclists

Barrier and sign to two-wheeler parking

Well-spaced cycle parking by the beach, Perros-Guirec

[Image taken 19.1.22] Aldi, Water Lane, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] This is the access to/from the supermarket for cyclists, peds, mobility scooters and wheelchair users. But if - as is not uncommon - all the parent and ch ... [more]

Cycle parking and start of pedestrian-only zone

No Entry - although there's plenty of space for cycling

[Image taken 19.1.22] Aldi, Water Lane, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] Sheffield racks. Under cover. Well lit. But not easy to find or to access - there is family car parking along the entire cycle parking area - see also: # ... [more]

No access, no parking for two-wheelers

Small sign for mountain bike route across the road

No Cycling - although it would get cyclists towards Ploumanac'h off the main road.

EuroVélo 4 heading southeast

Map of mountain bike circuit

No Entry Except Residents, cars 10km/h, cyclists at walking pace

Respect Cyclists sign

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UPDATE: An email from CYC from 19.1.22 says: Works are starting next week to undertake some necessary utility diversion works on Marygate Lane in advance of commencement of construction of the ramped route between this street and St Marys, ... [more]

[Image taken 18.1.22]. Lidl, James Street, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] Image taken to illustrate: a) you load cycle bags (panniers) from the side; b) the bags get wider as you put more in, so take up more space; c) a fairl ... [more]

Except Cycles (Sauf Vélos) plate needed.

One-way road with two-way cycling, clearly marked

Right Turn Only for cars only - it's two-way for cycling.

Cycle parking at the Île Renote nature reserve

Definitely No Cycling (Frequent Checks) in the Île Renote nature reserve

No Cycling in the Île Renote nature reserve

Pedestrians only by the beach

No Entry except pedestrians - cyclists can loop around to the right.

End of short cycle cut-off

Short cut-off closed for roadworks

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  • Icon 177940 I reckon we can make all our footpaths for cycling as well. If we make a clear demarcation on the footpaths for cycling lanes. It will encourage children/parent to ride safely and boost cycling take up. No electric scooters though.
  • Icon 177893 If you are cycling from Gipsy Lane, there is no obvious route to take except pavement. The roundabout here is extremely busy and heading into town it is not easy to get to the underpass
  • Icon 177866 Tolbury Lane is a popular route for walkers, families and dog walkers and there is an increasing amount of traffic, much of which gets stuck at the ford
  • Icon 177865 Inadequate provision for pedestrians. No pavement, just a white line. I was nearly hit by a car that was trying to avoid an oncoming vehicle.
  • Icon 177863 Pavement very narrow and used as a main walk way to the school - the pavement could be deviated along the wall- where there is grass at the moment- so the children don't need to walk so close to the road. Vehicles regularly speed over 30mph on this stretch, with big lorries and farm traffic getting close to the path. Our kids would like to cycle to school but can't safely. Also, SO much dog fouling we have to hopscotch to avoid it.
  • Icon 177862 Speeding through this part of Hanwood, especially around the blind bends. Cameras needed. Dangerous for pedestrians on narrow pavements and drivers trying to get out of lanes.
  • Icon 177852 Add footpath
  • Icon 177831 Main road too dangerous for cyclists at present
  • Icon 177737 Most of the markers already in existence have disappeared or are so faint as to be useless
  • Icon 177732 Need a cycle path from Cross Houses to Weeping Cross, Shrewsbury.
  • Icon 177731 Create a segregated cycle lane from Shillingford to Sandford to allow commuters a safe option to cycle to and from Oxford to Wallingford. There is more than enough room on either side of the road, apart from Nuneham Courtenay. This route is currently treacherous for cyclists and existing infrastructure is poorly maintained and bumpy.
  • Icon 177729 To enable cyclists to travel safely along from this junction on A458 to B4473

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