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The newly built section of the Waterloo St cycle track has been surfaced with little stone blocks, and features this sharp deviation around a new layby. In the background is the toucan crossing across to the Anderston Bridge.

A brand new section of cycle track on Waterloo St, which has been surfaced with silly stone blocks, with little to distinguish it from the footway, unlike the rest of Waterloo St where the distinction is much clearer.

West City Way, Glasgow. Flagship cycling infrastructure. Dismount and use pavement. Pathetic. https://t.co/wU0gexsvJZ [See also #93831]

Waiting for the lights in Elderslie Street.

#GlasgowCycleInfraDay17 when you are jealous of the railings the school have and want some to help protect your bike lane. https://t.co/BmLaHleRD1

WCW, at least he only blocked half of the cycle lane https://t.co/Mj7W9Fqq3P

The cycle track crosses to the opposite side of Elderslie St at the toucan crossing.

It's middle of the path point-makers like this who make cyclists so angry about taxi drivers https://t.co/E5nSiBxCNy

Road Closed, and Footway Closed, but just barriers across the cycle track. Hardly difficult to get around, though.

Covered shared use footway in Waterloo St (see also #81086 & #81087).

Covered shared use footway adjacent to building site (see also #81086 & #81088).

Building work on site adjacent to the Waterloo St cycle track has resulted in this covered walkway/cycleway being erected (see also #81087 & #81088).

Officially approved advertising?

It must be the Glasgow weather that deters so many from cycling!

"Look both ways" has been added to the carriageway at the Berkeley St/Claremont St junction, in what looks like a lettering size intended for pedestrians.

The cycle track switches from one side of Elderslie Street to the other. Location: Anderston, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Flooding across cycle track. Location: Anderston, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Uses for Glasgow cycle lanes #4928: parking for massiveĀ lorries https://t.co/FcCbW82Swc http://t.co/Lt2ShNaEGC

An off-centre bollard at the end of the path between May Gardens and May Street, but then the cycle route is routed along the footway of May Street cul-de-sac, rather than going onto the carriageway. Needless to say someone has parked a car ... [more]

A nice wide path between New Douglas Park and Auchinraith Avenue. However, it doesn't last and it's back to standard shared narrow footway around the corner!

Five wheeltwisters are provided for anyone cycling to New Douglas Park.

Unconventional road markings for the cycle crossing across the New Douglas Park car park.

Cycle route across the New Douglas Park car park.

The gate across the path through to New Douglas Park has a No Entry sign on it when the path is (presumably) not one-way. The shared use sign is used on a totally unsuitable footway, in a dead-end street.

Plenty of roadspace, but clearly this footway has not been widened when it was "converted" to a shared-use foot and cycleway. There's no dropped kerb for cyclists to rejoin the carriageway if they are not turning left into Yews Crescent.

The crossing of Whitehill Road, right next to the A724 roundabout.

Narrow crossing of minor side street.

Motor traffic on this minor road has a slight chicane, while the signed cycle route turns left through the bollards and along the Burnbank pedestrian precinct.

After crossing Glasgow Road, the cycle route goes down another narrow path, with another black-painted barrier. Since there is another barrier between the path and the road, why is the second barrier necessary? However, it would be bette ... [more]

Barriers across the path next to the unsignalised Glasgow Road crossing. Cyclists following the signed route cross and don't actually rejoin the carriageway. The distance of 3 miles to Hamilton is only slightly less than on a sign in ... [more]

The cycle route is via a narrow path to an unsignalised crossing of the A724, then along the footway to use another narrow path, before heading around the rear of the tower block, all because the powers that be won't tackle the real issue o ... [more]

One of the better pieces of cycle infrastructure in Hamilton, the toucan crossing across High Blantyre Road on Glenlee Street.

A cycle parking hoop that's been twisted around so any bike parked on it would obstruct footway and adjacent cycleway. Plus taxi drivers ignoring advance stop lines again.

Messy hire bike parking obstructing cycleway.

Everyone waiting while motor traffic is signalled through.

Clear & comforting signage for cyclists looking for that award winning bridge. #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/D8poHQe95m

A bollard with a sign on it does not a cycle path make. #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/OdKx7ATvBP

Berkeley Street lights confusion. #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/T9rHCRm7r8

Icy muddy corner with van sticking nose into the hell of the Berkeley Street cycle lanes. #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/CHd3i1ReZV

Bus drop off / lollipop crossing double whammy on Bike Gob's favorite, Berkeley Street. #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/f5GPB0frnW

@POPScotland here's the bike lane on waterloo st glasgow this afternoon. and aye, that is a warden sauntering by. http://t.co/ikhVWmHNnY @sintaygaleska @POPScotland Must admit I'd be asking the warden if they were going to do something a ... [more]

Phew! Cycle track on Elderslie St has priority over new access road. Rare credit to @GlasgowCC (cc @GoBikeGlasgow) http://t.co/fvJvPPE1jI

The start of the Waterloo Street cycle track features a short section of painted cycle lane without physical segregation. This is why it has to be like that. The "Wait Here" marking seen in #53704 has now been erased, since it was wrong ... [more]

The start of the Waterloo Street 2-way cycle track.

Hemmed in and waiting again at the umpteenth red on Glasgow's segregated cycling #infrastructure #csconf14 http://t.co/TmTqxeKDXT

@GoBikeGlasgow Tiny sliver of good news: new warning signs and road paint on #connect2. Took 6 mths http://t.co/rzk0kMa0c4

Better cycle lane signage might help people understand this is not a great place for a concrete block... #cyclehack http://t.co/R9XHW3j3KA

Driver of SD59 VXE obstructing Waterloo Street segregated bike lane. Think this is acceptable parking @GlasgowCC ? http://t.co/HivCEliJ7f

The stop line for the traffic signals is in the foreground, but there is a "Wait Here" marking on the pedestrian crossing. UPDATE: #62829 shows the "Wait Here" has been removed, and the reason why.

Car parked on double yellow lines, partly blocking dropped kerb, and lots of leaves lying on footway where cyclists will need to make a tight turn going to and from the Anderston "Bridge To Everywhere" approach ramp.

Wheelie bin blocking pavement cycle route in North Claremont Street

The entrance to the Anderston Bridge from Argyle Street, with a "This way to the National Cycle Network" sticker.

The Anderston Bridge now open!

The Waterloo St approach to the Connect2 Anderston Bridge. These bollards are a bit in the way, and may be better being set back further inside the entrance where everybody can line up better. Cyclists coming from Douglas St are unlikely to ... [more]

New Connect2 Anderston Bridge in Glasgow, over M8 motorway, connecting Waterloo St in the city centre, with Argyle St in the West End.

Priority for cycle track over garage entrance on Waterloo St Connect2 cycle track, shortly before launch. The triangle markings are interesting.

Shortly before launch, the Connect2 cycle route in Waterloo St, Glasgow, with left turn for Blythswood St being directly into the Advance Stop Line box, in which there is a bus.

Awkward turn into cycle track due to junction mouth facing away from approaching cyclists. Update on roadworks in background at #51883.

Shared-use footway on part of Waterloo Street. At least the gully cover has closely spaced bars, unlike #51324.

End of the dedicated cycle track, start of the shared-use footway, on Waterloo Street.

New segregated cycleway on Waterloo St, part of Connect2 project

Under construction cycle track on Waterloo Street, part of Connect2 project (see also #46668)

Shoreham Footbridge closed from 13-Sept-2012 for 6 weeks during construction of replacement bridge See: http://www.sustrans.org.uk/what-we-do/connect2/schemes/the-south-east/shoreham-harbour-crossing?id=54

One-way eastbound section of Berkeley Street, with two-way cycle track visible starting halfway along the block. Although one-way signs are displayed on the section without a two-way cycle track, there is nothing at the end of the cycle tra ... [more]

Start of two-way cycle track in one-way eastbound section of Berkeley Street. See #43675. This section of cycle track is indicated by painted lines only, without kerb segregation, and frequently sees parked cars on the cycle track.

Junction of Berkeley Street and Claremont Street, with two-way cycle track alongside one-way road, with priority at give-way junctions

Contraflow cycle track on Elderslie Street, showing priority crossing of back lane, and in the distance, detector-activated cycle traffic signals at Sauchiehall Street junction.

The Kelvingrove Park to Anderston Connect2 route at a bus stop in Berkeley Street

Sustrans Connect2 Portrait Bench and the Portraits.

Looking down onto the area where a new bridleway is being constructed to form an alternative to this busy road.

The road environment is rather busy here, which is why there is a Sustrans Connect2 project to build a connecting route to the National Cycle Network from the tram stop.

Cycle Track Pocket Park

Cycle Track in Pocket Park

Cycle Track

Cycle Track

Connect2 segregated cycle track on Elderslie Street at Kent Road crossing

Cramped central island on new toucan crossing on Anderston Quay (Connect2 route from Kelvingrove Park)

Cycle route signs on Smithfield Road in Shrewsbury

End of cycle route sign at Roushill where route crosses Smithfield Road in Shrewsbury

The cycle lights on the two-way cycle track in this picture are for cyclists turning right ONLY. The left turn into the contraflow cycle lane on Elderslie Street (see #31114) is an unsignalled manoeuvre and traffic may be coming in conflict ... [more]

No entry sign at entrance to contraflow cycle lane on Elderslie Street.

Part of Connect2 link between NCN 75 and Kelvingrove Park, under M8 motorway, and heading for bridge over Clydeside Expressway. A new Toucan Crossing is being installed across Anderston Quay.

Extension of NCN534 under way between Penns Lane and Eachelhurst Road in north-east Birmingham. Follow progress at blog.connect2birmingham.org

Improved Cycle Track Part of the St Neots Connect2 project

New Cycle Track Part of the St Neots Connect2 project

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