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@helenpidd @GoBikeGlasgow Totally pointless cycle lane. Same cars there. Every. Single. Day. There is a car park behind the building too. This requires you to move out into gas traffic who are trying to turn left in a few metres. Near White ... [more]

Hi @EastRenCouncil , could you arrange to have this traffic information sign repositioned so that it doesn't block the cycle lane for the next 6 weeks? Its current position is creating conflict between people cycling and buses/cars etc. T ... [more]

Ayr Road at Whitecraigs.

Contractors still using the cycle lane for their temporary signs.

Haw @EastRenCouncil your bike lanes in the door zone are bad enough but this really is taking the piss! Move the sign please. https://t.co/6BHe6XluMf

A pathetic worn-out narrow painted door-zone cycle lane in Kilmarnock Road from the council that won the "Achievements in Cycling" award at the 2017 Scottish Transport Awards.

Glasgow's first Advance Green cycle light, allowing right turns into Bridge Street for a few seconds before motor traffic gets the green light to do likewise.

Right turn in two stages. Or play chicken with four lanes of traffic. #glasgowcycling https://t.co/HjgOdnKF7P [Ahead Only signs mean that right turn can only be made by the two-stage route.]

Plenty of clutter around the Hansel footbridge and bus stop.

This photo is included not so much for the shared-use footway, as for the drainage on the main carriageway, where the kerbline has been taken in for a couple of gullies so they are not in the way of motorists.

A very messy cycleway.

No connection from stopped up side road onto A77 cycleway.

The crossing point for the A77 cycleway on Symington Road South.

The cycleway right up against the A77 carriageway, with risk of spray and grit being thrown over users. Cycling By Design Table 6.3 says "The Desirable Minimum clearance distance between a cycleway and carriageway with a speed limit in e ... [more]

The cycleway right up against the A77 carriageway, with risk of spray and grit being thrown over users. Cycling By Design Table 6.3 says "The Desirable Minimum clearance distance between a cycleway and carriageway with a speed limit in e ... [more]

Good separation from the carriageway, not so good separation from the vegetation.

While not exactly designed for bikes, it shouldn't present too much of a problem for anyone joining the A77 shared-use cycleway/footway from Symington Road North.

A section of the A77 shared-use footway in need of resurfacing.

A section of the A77 cycleway being resurfaced and widened. Several bike tyre tracks can be seen.

A section of the A77 cycleway that is being resurfaced, and has been left open for use in the meantime. Off to the left one of the crossing points can just be seen, where the dual carriageway can be crossed to access properties on the op ... [more]

An extremely narrow footway at this junction for a house that fronts directly onto the A77.

A very narrow footway at this junction for a residential property that fronts directly onto the A77.

A narrow bit at the bus stop. Hopefully this is still to be improved.

A section of the A77 cycleway being upgraded. Unfortunately the newly installed lighting columns now obstruct the path. With some forward planning, they could have been placed nearer the fence, out of the way of the cycleway.

An upgraded section of the A77 cycleway. Unfortunately the newly installed lighting columns now obstruct the path. With some forward planning, they could have been placed nearer the fence, out of the way of the cycleway.

A user of the A77 cycleway.

If only the person positioning this sign had thought about where the cycleway would be.

Signpost highlighted with white-lining. Quite a lot of grit seems to gets thrown onto the cycleway by passing motor traffic on the A77.

The dropped kerbs at the Tarbolton Road crossing aren't up to much, particularly the one nearer the camera.

Nice shiny crash barrier. Pity about the path.

The A77 shared-use footway looking towards Kilmarnock. Very little separation from the motor traffic.

Shared-use footway alongside A77 Ayr Bypass trunk road, with a jogger approaching in the distance.

The opposite side of the unsignalled A77 crossing seen in #86098.

Destination signs on A77 shared-use footway at Holmston Roundabout. Unsignalled crossing to traffic island on fast and busy trunk road. See also #86099.

Go on hen #TOB2016 https://t.co/LaUEu6B3Xq

The end of the new protected cycle lane across Glasgow Bridge. Only a poor quality painted cycle lane continues along Bridge Street, and apparently no provision for left or right turns onto the East-West NCN756 which crosses the road at the ... [more]

The start of the new protected cycle lane on Glasgow Bridge

The start of the new protected cycle lane on Glasgow Bridge.

Bridge joints in the new stepped cycle lane on George V Bridge have still to be finished.

If you are going straight on from George V Bridge, the new stepped cycle lane is no use (see #82971), so must continue to use the carriageway, in lane 3. But there's a 20mph sign, so that makes it all right!

New infra heading southbound on the A77 - ends at a toucan. Better with at least! @S4CGlasgow @carsickglasgow https://t.co/jVJaP0NsfE

P'shaws Rd, bus corridor. Can you see any cycling infra here? Me neither, for over 4km. #ImaginaryInfra #TeamGlasgow https://t.co/cDYieChOvt

@GlasgowCC Insufficient bike parking in #Shawlands - people shouldn't have to lock bikes to pedestrian barriers https://t.co/vsFWlASExI

Cycle directions in tiny writing on the right-hand side of Devon Street. The straight-ahead directions can't be read due to the left sign getting in the way, and strangely no directions for the right. Basically, this type of sign is of no u ... [more]

A segregated bike lane on the A77. Hell yeah!! http://t.co/yin3cQjToP

More door zone death traps #GlasgowCycleInfraDay t.co/ME40Iu5fII

Mearns Primary school bus dumped illegally in the A77 cycle lane at Floak, south of Glasgow. #NameAndShame http://t.co/Bh0sYgno3z

Some clues as to what the A77 cycle track used to be

Galston junction on A77 cycle track

Eaglesham Moor Road junction on A77 cycle track

A77 cycle track

Regular distance signs are a feature of the A77 cycle route

A77 cycle track approaching minor side road junction

A77 cycle track

A77 cycle track

Change from shared use footway to segregated cycle track on A77 route

Cycle lanes on dual carriageway section of Ayr Road

Car parked in Ayr Road cycle lane. All the houses out this way have driveways.

Narrow door-zone cycle lanes on Kilmarnock Road. Cyclists cycling outside of the cycle lanes get extra hassle from passing motorists. Layby isn't even wide enough for normal-sized cars to park in!

Narrow door-zone cycle lanes on A77 Kilmarnock Road. Photo also shows typical standard of road maintenance in 2011 Glasgow.

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