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Poster erected by ad-hoc committee of traders and residents implying (falsely) that the whole community is behind their campaign to reinstate all the pollution and injuries arising from through-traffic on the bridge. In fact, only 50-70 ... [more]

Claypits Nature Reserve bridge under construction over the Forth & Clyde Canal. There is a rough path to get around the side of the worksite.

Claypits Nature Reserve bridge under construction over the Forth & Clyde Canal.

A kerb to bump on the way from the Forth & Clyde Canal path access to the toucan crossing across Maryhill Road and path up towards Duncruin Street.

Cycleway on former railway line, Doncaster

Cyclists can go left here but they still join the road in a hundred metres.

Cycleway on former railway line - the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) joins from the left.

Turn right here on Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) - the former railway line continues north.

Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) on former railway line south towards York Road, Doncaster

Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) on former railway line north from York Road, Doncaster

Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) crossing the York Road cycleway, Doncaster

Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) on former railway line north from York Road, Doncaster

Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) beneath York Road, Doncaster

Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) on former railway line south from York Road, Doncaster

Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 62) at York Road, Doncaster

Testing the new Centurion Way access. https://t.co/N10TSHhzMb

Cycleway parallel to York Road, Doncaster.

Cycleway parallel to York Road, Doncaster.

Cycleway parallel to York Road, Doncaster.

Segregated cycleway parallel to York Road, Doncaster.

Cycleway parallel to York Road, Doncaster.

Half-hidden signage on the cycleway parallel to York Road, Doncaster.

Cycleway parallel to York Road, Doncaster.

York Road underpass, Doncaster

Junction of cycleways on route northwest of Doncaster station.

Crossing on the shared-use route northwest from Doncaster station - cyclists can either go into the woods ahead or the road just left.

Ramped bridge across New Bridge Road, Doncaster.

A rather excessive loop for cyclists turning right - I suspect most will just turn right on the carriageway.

The shared-use route northwest from Doncaster station, and start of a footpath to the left by the Don.

Crossing on the route northwest from Doncaster station

Halfords - We Repair Bikes - in Doncaster

Shared-use footway across the railway north of Doncaster station.

Crossing and shared-use footway over the railway north of Doncaster station.

End of narrow cycleway under the Frenchgate Shopping Centre, Doncaster

Start of narrow cycleway under the Frenchgate Shopping Centre, Doncaster

New cycle parking in front of Doncaster station.

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Topsham to Turf ferry - bikes welcome for a pound each. Adult single was three quid.

New plaza being laid out in front to Doncaster station - I think I see a few cycle stands... but at the moment all cycle routes to the north are blocked.

The ford, The Street, Kersey

The end of Bertie's Walk, below the Buckingham Railway Path

Access to the Buckingham Railway Path

The Buckingham Railway Path soon dead-ends after this viaduct.

Link from the Buckingham Railway Path

The Buckingham Railway Path

Viaduct on the Buckingham Railway Path

The Buckingham Railway Path

Better surfaced part of the Buckingham Railway Path, from the bypass to Station Road

Start of better surfaced section of the Buckingham Railway Path, from Station Road to the bypass.

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  • Icon 148461 Cycle path would be safer and as there is a school on the route that would make it healthier for children to cycle to school.
  • Icon 148460 Paths through flax bourton could be wider to accommodate children/pushchairs/wheelchairs. Crossing the A370 to this bus stop feels scary with small children and a pushchair. Walking to the next available bus stop (the grange) Would feel safer if path was wider.
  • Icon 148459 There is currently a path of sorts alongside the main Lincoln road it is in serious need of clearing and widening think would be cheap to put right for walkers and cyclist to get off busy road
  • Icon 148458 Road has a number of speedbumps which can be quite unpleasant when cycling over.
  • Icon 148457 Path coming south from barrack road ends here, please extend north to link up to the Castleman Trailway. Bridge will need to be built over the Moors River to achieve this.
  • Icon 148456 Move Holdenhurst Road (southbound) slightly west at the approach to the roundabout so a safe cyclelane can be created to connect to the underpass. This is the most dangerous stretch of road on my commute to work, doing this would make a big difference.
  • Icon 148455 Please knock the brick wall down and widen the pavement so that a cyclelane can be painted onto the pavement
  • Icon 148454 Narrow pavement on eastern side of Gloucester Road. Change would require reallocation of road space for use by pedestrians or cyclists unless land was taken outside the available highway boundary.
  • Icon 148453 There is barely any room for the children to pass on the pavement, sometimes they need to walk on the road if there is a problem on the pavement. There are too many cars on the road which should be avoiding the school drive so widening the pavement would stop both issues. It’s really bad on this route, many near-misses with children who are primary age, accident spot.
  • Icon 148452 The footpath frequently gets flooded right across. This is an area with many elderly residents and a primary school
  • Icon 148451 Path is overgrown and hardly visible all the way up the hill.
  • Icon 148450 There is no footpath to Coningsby. If you put in a path on Dogdyke Road, New York Road and Coningsby Road it would open up a safe way for local residents to walk or cycle safely with children into the village from New York, Hawthorne Hill and Scrub Hill to enjoy the local services and recreational spaces.

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