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Unprotected cycle parking in Hanover Street damaged by drivers, and uncontrolled car parking obstructing access.

That was quite some impact. Oddly, the cargo bike is carrying boxes of flowers and also loading up with e-scooters.

Judging by the street view images these rows were bent between April and September 2021 - and so have been like this for at least 15 months: April 2021 … [more]

Bent cycle racks opposite the Fitzwilliam Museum on Trumpington Street, Cambridge. See #188843.

Wonder why no-one is choosing to use this cycle rack 🤔 Deangate, York They need protection with bollards like #176315 in Cambridge.

A bike rack has been bent almost completely flat against the ground. It looks like it was reversed into by a large van or truck, the bicycle attached to the rack was squashed in between. There are no bollards to protect the bikes / racks … [more]

My guess is that a vehicle has reversed crushing the bike against the rack and bending the rack completely over. The back wheel in particular looks like it has been pressed over the rack. The pedal crank is bent too, so quite a substantial … [more]

Damaged cycle parking in Hope Street.

The traffic signals poles have been damaged.

These heavy bikes eh?

a cyclist leant their bike here. Only explanation

Bent signpost possibly caused by a passing high sided vehicle such as a van being driven without sufficient attention.

Damaged cycle parking stand in Crow Road.

A damaged sign at the start of East Kilbride's local route 1 in Andrew Street. I think this was the only sign I saw with a blue background to the route number instead of an incorrect red background. No sign for the turn from the opposite … [more]

@edinhelp @ 350 Leith Walk

Cycle racks bent - presumably by being struck by motor vehicles either backing or turning. Without bollards or kerbs to protect them racks are prone to this type of damage.

Damaged cycle parking on New City Road.

Barriers across the cycle path to Silverburn, to stop people going straight out onto the road where drivers can't even avoid hitting the signs. Again, no traffic control to help people cross the road, just a traffic island.

The rules on the Castle Street pedestrian area have been well & truly bent! Street clearly not safe @edinhelp @LivingStreetsEd

Avant garde railing at Pollock Avenue road crossing. The traffic here is fast, but no signalised crossing has been provided. The path ahead is on the course of an old railway line to Peacock Cross.

A damaged route sign at Cadzow Lane, and the van parked on the cycle path from #89518.

Cycle parking damaged by pavement parking, and some more pavement parking.

The exit from King's Park onto Carmunnock Road, where the Cathkin Braes Cycle Route goes onto the footway, but there is no dropped kerb. However, there is a bent direction sign, which doesn't make it clear what cyclists are supposed to do.

Knocked-over cycle sign at road closure, which has been like this for a few weeks, leaning at various angles and directions

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