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The shared-use footway alongside one side of the busy Whitemoss Avenue.

No signs for the HArTT cycle route at the busy Redding Road Roundabout, nor any suggestion that the footway may be shared use. Plenty of space, but just an ordinary narrow footway.

This crossing across the A9 took a while to cross. I wouldn't want this to be my route to and from work.

Cyclist on the very busy road between the M1 and Milton Keynes.

Road from the M1 to Milton Keynes

Maryhill Tesco cycle parking regularly full up, unlike the massive car park which always has lots of free spaces.

A route sign at the end of the path through Hallglen, pointing across the main road to the paths at #101176. The road crossing is terrible and desperately needs upgrading. Due to the terrain, a footbridge may even be an easy enough solution ... [more]

Well used cycle parking in George Square.

According to my map from the council, Cumbernauld Cycle Network route 4 does not go up this busy road. I checked at the Balloch Roundabout and there were no further signs.

Overflowing cycle parking, still only 4 stands at this prime city centre location.

Same as last time then. See #65221.

You need a lot of patience to cross the road in Milton. Crossing the A82 from Milton Brae to get to the NCN7 cycle path.

The bins seem to have gone, but more bike parking is still needed in Cambridge Street. One bike looked like it was abandoned. This will be an important parking location for anyone new to cycling when the Woodside mini-Holland is built.

It's not easy to cross this busy crossing of the Silverburn Shopping Centre entrance road, but there's only a traffic island to help.

Uncontrolled pedestrian crossing next to the Forge Retail Park's service access (see #89948) and on the left the path through Bellgrove.

The end of the Ravenscraig cycleway and the provision at the A723/B7066 roundabout. Cyclists to merge onto the road, with sliplanes provided both sides. Hopefully this will be rectified when the road is dualled. A new footway/cycleway is pr ... [more]

Airbles Road is a busy dual carriageway, hostile to cycling, and yet not even a shared footway, despite room to widen the existing footway along much of the road, and many footway connections to adjacent residential streets.

At the top of the ramp from the retail park, no pedestrian crossing across Palace Grounds Road to get to the other pedestrian crossings on the fast and busy A72/A723 roundabout! There is no pedestrian crossing across Keith St here either, s ... [more]

More leaves in the Holmston Road cycle lane, and another convoy of cars approaching.

Car parked in Holmston Road cycle lane at entrance to riverside walkway.

The start of the Holmston Road replacement cycle lane. The two-way segregated lane was removed after pro-car councillors went in a huff.

First sign of the Holmston Road cycle lane (behind the branches).

Narrow road past school with lots of motor traffic. But excess motor traffic is a problem right across Ayr.

Cycling in Ayr appears to be only for the brave. This busy double roundabout is at the start of Holmston Road. Note how the visibility of the school 20mph sign on Holmston Road is obstructed.

Cycle parking at the bus entrance to Buchanan Bus Station. Room for some more to the right.

If we are to achieve mass cycling, we'll need more stands than this!

Need more stands! This is right in the heart of the city centre.

Cycle parking in Argyle Street full up, and a taxi driver parking in the contraflow cycle lane.

Cycle parking in Buchanan Street full up again.

The very busy A38 near an M5 motorway junction at Wychbold.

The very busy A38 near an M5 motorway junction is the only link between Wychbold and Droitwich. There is a narrow and overgrown footway that I used, and many very large lorries thundered past.

The very busy A38 near an M5 motorway junction is the only link between Wychbold and Droitwich. There is a narrow and overgrown footway that I used, and many very large lorries thundered past.

The very busy A38 near an M5 motorway junction is the only link between Wychbold and Droitwich. There is a narrow and overgrown footway that I used, and many very large lorries thundered past.

More cycle parking stands needed in St Enoch Square. The nearest stand was full when I got back.

More cycle parking stands needed in St Enoch Square.

More cycle parking needed in Argyle Street.

New path (behind the hedge) in Kelvingrove Park, providing a shortcut to NCN756, although as yet not signed as such. Very popular with pedestrians, but the sign says it's a cycleway.

According to the map from the council, the path across the road forms Route 1d of the Cumbernauld Cycle Network. No signs whatsoever!

No dedicated space for cycling on this section of busy Milngavie Road has led to this chap riding along the footway.

Despite the wet weather on this Saturday afternoon in October, the Cambridge Street cycle parking at Sauchiehall Street is completely full. More stands needed, and the commercial bins are still being stored against the stands.

Cycle parking full up. There used to be rather more stands at this popular location in Byres Road (see #27544). Why was the number reduced?

Although the crossings at this junction are toucans, the shared-use footways just stop, without notice.

Another big junction, with huge kerbs, and the shared-use footways to the south seem to end without any notice. But it is a crucial point for crossing the railway (without dismounting to use the stairs on the footbridge at the station).

Across the far side of this junction there is a 'Recommended Route for Cyclists' sign!

Crofton Lane was surprisingly busy with motor traffic. Unfortunately I missed the turn for the seafront path and had to endure the traffic all the way along Salterns Road. Proper cycle signage may have helped rather than relying on Sustrans ... [more]

A busy Itchen Bridge at evening rushhour. Some slower cyclists seem to cycle extremely close to the kerb to help others overtake on the incline.

While a rack of 5 stands is better than the parking rail that was there before (see #30517), it's only so much use when more than 10 people on bikes turn up at the same time!

Double deck cycle parking at Glasgow Central station.

Busy cycle parking in Church Street precinct

Cycle parking at or near capacity throughout the city centre, including here in George Square

Cycle parking at or near capacity throughout the city centre, including here in Sauchiehall Street

Cycle parking at or near capacity throughout the city centre, including here in Argyle Street

Cycle parking at or near capacity throughout the city centre, including here in Argyle Street

Cycle parking at or near capacity throughout the city centre, including here in Argyle Street

Cycle parking at or near capacity throughout the city centre, including here in St Enoch Square

Not many empty spaces on the cycle parking at Glasgow Queen Street railway station

Busy cycle parking in Mitchell Street

A bike in need of repair on some busy cycle parking!

Busy road crossing at A550 junction, with option to cross the road slightly further along, where it is just as busy but there is a tiny traffic island in the middle of the road

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