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Dangerously narrow half width cycle lane - scary when the trams come past. A stretch of the national cycle network that Sustrans decided to retain!

Dangerously narrow half width cycle lane

slotted gulley cover could trap cycle wheels at this crossing

Incorrect use of corduroy paving to denote a segregated-shared-use path.

a collection of avoidable obstructions at the entrance to Sankey Valley Park

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Multi-stage crossing with tight staggered cattle pens on the islands. Very awkward and time consuming.

Dual carriageway widens out to 4 lanes with a dedicated LH filter lane. Cyclists heading straight ahead need to filter into lane 2 - very intimidating.

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route sign

Toucan crossing with a sharp fenced zig-zag at the central reservation

toucan crossing

shared-use bus stop

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one way street - or shared use footway?

Cycleway directed to use pedestrian crossing illegally

toucan crossing - cyclists held at red even when crossing traffic is stopped - even when you press the button you are forced to wait throgh a compete sequence of the lights.

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Route sign

Cyclists dismount sign on west bound carriageway of the A57 approaching J11 of M6. Sign suggests west-bound cyclists should get off and follow the pavement anti-clockwise around the roundabout with no protection at the crossings of the A57 … [more]

cycle path veers across the exit slip road from the M6. No protection at all on the crossing and very poor inter-visibility.

Cycle path peters out as it heads toward the entry sliproad for the M6

Cycle path yields priority to entance to pub car park.

Sign points to non-existent cycle lane leading up the wrong side of a dual carriageway.

long fenced dog-leg between two unprotectected crossings of multi-lane carriageways.

Cyclists Dismount to make an unprotected crossing of a 6 lane dual carriageway.

Signs claim to show segregated shared use. There is a no protection at all for westbound cyclists who need to cross the dual carriageway to rejoin the A57 at this point.

Free flow left hand filter lane on approach to junction with Woolston Grange Avenue

Cyclists prohibited from this stretch of road - which provides a direct route to the signed cycle route in the background.

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Pinch point on Manchester Road

Two-stage pedestrian crossing results in dangerous pinch points in the carriageway. The blue car can be seen to be braking hard as the driver realises at the last minute that there isn't room to overtake the cyclist through the gap.

Sign directs cyclists across the A57 (a busy dual carriagway) at a point where there are no crossing facilities for protection. It would be much safer to cross at the New Cut Lane traffic lights - visible in the background.

Route sign directs cyclists heading towards Padgate and Birchwood along a narrow, poorly surfaced track #84835 to cross the A57 (a busy dual carriageway) at a point where there are no crossing facilities #84836. It would be much safer and … [more]

Warrington Strategic Cycle Route 3: Route sign directs cyclists across a busy dual carriageway A road (A57 - Manchester Road) with no protection whatsoever. A much safer crossing is available at the traffic lights at New Cut Lane. Update … [more]

Very narrow cycle lane made even wose by centre hatching.

Toucan crossing. Allows cyclists to use Hood Lane (which would otherwise be severed by the dual carriageway) as a direct N-S route. A pitty about the long delay between pushing the button and the signal changing.

Dangerously narrow cycle lanes obstructed by parked cars

The Water Street 2-way cycle track ends with a left turn into Covent Garden, which leads through to Chapel Street.

The Water Street 2-way cycle track.

The Water Street 2-way cycle track, with corduroy 'hazard' tactiles in place of the correct cycleway type.

A facility has been provided to allow cyclists to head straight up Water Street for a bit, to avoid the gyratory at Chapel Street.

Hi @NisaLocally, why are your delivery vehicles always blocking the cycle lane on this busy stretch of road?

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