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Stretford Manchester A simple #quickwin solution to widen a gap but not too wide to allow 4 wheeled motor vehicles through. The gate is locked in a partially open position 'ajar' #ajar Perhaps other locations can be done .One open gate is n ... [more]

I found this gate ajar and went to get a view of the Chisholm Trail construction.

The cyclepath has been very poorly redeveloped. It's now much too narrow to take both people riding and walking. This is especially problematic when the school is letting pupils out. Note added by Simon 31 Oct 2019: the gate seen on both ... [more]

This gate is sometimes left ajar allowing a short cut.

This useful shortcut is sometimes closed at night.

Gate permanently ajar at Fort St George bridge.

A gate that by covenant is always kept ajar. There's a segregated foot and cycle path to the left.

This gate at the entrance to Imperial College is permanently affixed ajar to allow bikes. Disappointing though to discover Well's Way is now a one way route through the college with no cycling exception. Named after HG Wells I bet he' ... [more]

Quiet route in Royston. Looks like this gate is left permanently ajar.

This gate is now pinned ajar to let cyclists through, but why is there a big sign on the left asking them to dismount?

The angle makes all the difference. This barrier, locked open, should be negotiable by all path users.

P1020127 Location: , Prestonpans (Scotland, United Kingdom)

The small opening here successfully slows cyclists down when entering the newly-cycleable 'pedestrian' zone.

There is some weird covenant here which means this gate has to be left ajar. It is permanently in this locked open position.

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