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The 20mph outside the school ends and reverts to 30mph half way along the school building.

The riverside path turns from following the River Clyde onto the River Cart.

Light segregation installed on the Colleges Route cycle lanes in Clarence Drive. A big improvement on #112288. Ahead are two parking bays, the first is located outside of the cycle lane, the second is kerbside and the cycle lane goes around ... [more]

There's a bend ahead if you can get through the flytipping!

Unprotected painted cycle lanes on Clarence Drive, with parking on one side of the road.

The A726 dual carriageway between Dykebar and the Hurlet.

A hair-pin bend in the ramp up from the White Cart path to Crookston Road.

'Slow' - a path that needs widened once the work behind the hoarding is finished.

New housing on the outskirts of East Kilbride that, despite appearances, doesn't have adequate provision for car storists' needs.

Why have a straight path alongside the car park?

The Kelvin Walkway at the Kelvin Aqueduct. A pity about the kink in the path still being present. Awkward and annoying when you're just picking up speed from the preceding narrow climb and blind corner.

The Holmston Road cycle lane commences around the bend (sign just visible in #85995).

The legendary hairpin bend of the Viaduct Walk Location: , St. Andrews (Scotland, United Kingdom)

01_2016_041 Cycle route alongside the A27, near Chichester, January 2016

An unnecessarily abrupt change of direction for path.

The "RR" cycle route has plenty of roadspace, but it has been arranged for the convenience of motorists, without any thought about cycling!

One of the hairpin bends in the cycle path up to the cycle track on the Erksine Bridge.

The start of the King Duncan's Road cycle lanes in Raigmore Estate.

The cycle lanes on King Duncan's Road leave so little room for other traffic that they are largely ignored by drivers. Sightlines are poor around the bend and on hill, so centre line removal isn't really an option. This is the main road int ... [more]

The point where cyclists are meant to leave the roadway is fortuitously just beyond the point where most pedestrians leave the footway to go down the steps to Old Perth Road. However, there's no indication what first-timers are meant to do, ... [more]

The cycle lanes on King Duncan's Road continue to the foot of the hill. The junction with the dual carriageway is restricted Left On Left Off.

The widening of the footway ends before the roundabout, where it reverts to its former width, making it a bit narrow where sightlines are poorest.

The branching path for left turns onto Crown Street is a bit of a blind bend.

Painted cycle lane on Crown Street vulnerable to motorist incursions, plus connecting cycle track from Myrtle Street.

Painted cycle lanes on a busy, hostile, 50mph road, with plenty of cars being driven partly in the cycle lanes.

Cycle lanes on the A7 near Sheriffhall

'O' (see #60726)

It's disappointing that the opportunity wasn't taken to widen the shared-use footway during the Borders Railway bridge parapet works (see also #60727).



The start of the shared-use footway to the Sheriffhall Roundabout

Sharp bend in riverside path around compound

Needlessly sharp corner on NCN75, on rebuilt path next to new school


Cycle ride from Twycross to Atherstone

Driver of LY11 CVE passing while I'm nearly in centre of lane, approaching an intersection at a blind bend. (I'm preparing to turn right. This is the single worst point of my daily commute.) This is on High Street in Willingham, approach ... [more]

See clip at "Highway code rule 163". Notice how I jump, and the trailer after the 3-wheeler was an added bonus.

See clip at "Highway code rule 163". Can't be bothered to wait a few seconds, would rather risk my safety.

See clip at "Highway code rule 163". And couldn't see round the corner for oncoming traffic.

See clip at Minimally breaking "Highway code rule 163". But must come up to the careless driving given all the circumstances. Round a bl ... [more]

See clip at I'm going along Granchester Road around 20mph about to turn up the hill. I hear a car coming right up behind me, then pull out into the opposite lane (at about 1 second into this clip). They have n ... [more]

See video at Second car in a row (see! This overtake manouevre was started when there was no vision round the corner. If a car had been oncoming th ... [more]

See video at This overtake manouevre was started when there was no vision round the corner. If a car had been oncoming the car would have been forced back in (possibly into me) very quickly. ... [more]

See video at This overtake manouevre was started when there was no vision round the corner. As the van came from the opposite direction the car was forced back in very quickly. He very nearly hi ... [more]

See video at The first car hangs back as I go over the bridge, so at the next clear stretch I wave them through, keen to return the good behaviour on the road. The second car might have seen tha ... [more]

See video at Note the vision of the road round the bend is incredibly limited but a tree and gravestones. And this is at a much higher height than the car driver has. This overtake manouevre ... [more]

See video at This overtake manouevre was started when there was no vision round the corner. If a car had been oncoming the car would have been forced back in (possibly into me) very quickly. ... [more]

See video at Okay, a police car, I'd suggest a traffic vehicle. No wonder we have poor driving habits if we are given poor examples. This overtake manouevre was started when there was no vis ... [more]

See video at I've annotated the clip to show the issues with this overtake.

The (advisory) cycle lane here needs to be widened and repainted, in order to encourage drivers not to enter it. No need to go into the cycle lane at this bend.

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