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Signs on the Capelrig Way at one junction, but the previous junction had none and the main path diverges from the path back to Capelrig Road.

A new path for the HArTT cycle route, together with waymarker post.

The John Muir Way in Bo'ness has been resurfaced with smooth asphalt, and solar LED catseyes for lighting. However, the level crossing kissing gates remain.

The John Muir Way in Bo'ness has been resurfaced with smooth asphalt, and solar LED catseyes for lighting.

The John Muir Way path on the waterfront at Bo'ness has been resurfaced in smooth asphalt with solar LED catseyes for lighting.

The Forth & Clyde Canal towpath has LED catseyes on this section in Falkirk.

The South Bank cycle route alongside the River Clyde.

The path past the Rowing Club is now surfaced, with LED catseye lights.

The end of the Bears Way interim route through Cluny Park, at a new toucan crossing across the A81 Maryhill Road dual carriageway. A shared-use footway connects to the entrance to Garscube Estate just off to the left, and continues as far a ... [more]

Path alongside section of the Forth & Clyde Canal between The Kelpies and where the canal now exits into the River Carron. This path leads to NCN76, is lit with LED catseyes, and is seen passing beneath the M9 motorway.

A new section of cycle path in Galston, part of an upgrade of the Irvine Valley Trail.

A short diversion off of the Union Canal towpath due to work on the far side of the bridge.

Many of the bridges on the Union Canal towpath have poor sightlines along the path.

The Union Canal has quite a narrow towpath, requiring users to co-operate to pass each other, which disrupts things like being sociable. Imagine if car users had to travel single file!

Pedalos on the Union Canal at Calder

The sightlines under the bridges are so poor that speed humps and a chicane barrier have been provided on the already narrow Union Canal towpath.

Poor sightlines at bridges on the Union Canal - a common problem right along the canal's length.

The path from Cultins Road joins the Union Canal towpath, which is lit with LED catseyes at this point. No identification of the location is offered to canal users.

LED catseyes fitted on Forth & Clyde Canal towpath in Maryhill

LED catseyes fitted on Forth & Clyde Canal towpath in Maryhill

Maryburgh level crossing, lit with solar powered LED catseyes. Location: , Maryburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom)

LED catseyes on NCN7. The red light is the tail light of a passing cyclist.

An LED catseye on NCN7

Although LED catseyes have been installed on part of NCN7 between Whiteinch and Scotstoun, surface defects have not been attended to, like this missing piece of tarmac

Flush LED catseye on part of NCN7 in Whiteinch. These have been installed between the current starting point of the railway path at Smith Street, and the Primrose Street off-ramp in Scotstoun.

Concorde Way cycle path alongside railway line. This section of path has LED catseyes.

The Union Canal towpath has LED catseyes at the Edinburgh end (see also #33213)

Canal runway LED catseyes on canal towpath - see also #33213 & #34356 Location: Union Canal, Gorgie, Edinburgh

LED cat's-eyes type lights on the Union Canal towpath in Edinburgh (see also #33213).

LED lights on Union Canal in Edinburgh - see http://innertubemap.com/blog/post/134 and http://citycyclingedinburgh.info/bbpress/topic.php?id=2696 White - regular Red - approaching bridges Green - at access points #34356 and #37703 s ... [more]

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