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An ambiguous sign at Partick Bridge. Is the cycle route to the City Centre along Argyle Street or around the Kelvingrove Art Gallery car park? And whereabouts does it join NCN7?

Confusing signage at path junction. Does 'fork left' mean take the path to the left, or go straight across the junction? (It's the latter). Photo #80234 shows a close up view of the sign in the background.

Another ambiguous route sign, and if it wasn't for the 'End of Route' sign being visible at the top of the ramp, it would appear the route continued through the car park.

An ambiguous route sign that doesn't make it clear whether route 1 is up the hill or through the car park.

Once across the footbridge from the car park, it's back onto the Cumbernauld path network, but this sign seems a bit confused. According to the council map I have, route 1 to Croy and route 3 to Ravenswood is left, route 3 to Cumbernauld Gl ... [more]

By 'fork left' do they mean turn left and cross under the dual carriageway only to cross back at #70418, or go straight ahead?

Does 'fork right' mean take path or road straight ahead? Route 4 to Croy should be 'turn left'. No dropped kerb for anyone who has cycled on the road but now wishes to take the path to follow the cycle route or just simply to avoid the r ... [more]

"No cycling" sign on this exit from the West Cambridge site.

Huge "No Cycling" sign next to shared-use footway alongside Redwood Drive (see #48424). The sign actually refers to the Glasgow Southern Orbital dual-carriageway beyond the next road junction.

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