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Hamelin Road

Hamelin Road

Hamelin Road

Hamelin Road

Hinckley Road, near Braunstone Park

Approaching Braunstone Park, Leicester

Braunstone Avenue

Braunstone Avenue

Fullhurst Avenue

Fullhurst Avenue

Fullhurst Avenue

Fullhurst Avenue

Route 4

Thurcaston Road

Thurcaston Road shared use lack of priority at side road

Cycleway under construction on the road passing Leicester's railway station.

Nice looking cycleway here - but follow it and it gives up near the junction ahead. Also that sign on the left has the transport modes the wrong way round (but at least it is off the path).

Groby Road, NCN63

Cycleway adjacent to Leicester Road.

Ridgeway

Taunton shared use footway see comment at #93459.

A really weird way to create a pedestrian crossing of a cycleway. Basically, there's a short segment of shared-use. As a result there's an overusage of tactile pads. TSRGD 16 now allows Zebra crossings without Belisha beacons to be deplo ... [more]

Cambridge kerb raised cycleway on Arbury Road

Under construction - a cycleway on Welford Road

Under construction - a cycleway on Welford Road

Oxford Street, Leicester

Newarke Street, Leicester

Newarke Street, Leicester This is a route from the city centre to De Montfort University.

Milton Keynes pernicious signage that suggests that this cycleway is only for the walker, that is backed up by the way the corduroy paving is laid. Also unusual here is the sign that is folded in the closed position.

See clip at http://youtu.be/gOeMarpER4A Some of the barriers have been removed to make this route accessible by cargo bikes and child carriers. About time, given it goes to a local primary school!

Cycle lane between pavement and bus-stop. I wasn't impressed with this facility, until I found myself using it the other day, travelling west-bound to Leisure park cycle racks. It only really has use for reaching / leaving Leisure park: ... [more]

Elephants footprint crossing leads cyclists onto a cycle lane on the wrong side of a dual carriageway.

What on earth were they thinking when they painted this?

Two cycle tracks? which side are pedestrians meant to be on?? Ed: The corduroy paving suggests the left side is for cyclilng and the right for walking.

Tactile paving is just a pointless nuisance unless it is installed correctly. Worse, it will confuse the people that it is supposed to help. This is an example of how people put tactiles down without bothering to find out how it is suppo ... [more]

This is a classic - how do you cycle along this strategic local cycle route? Better barriers are required!

Pavement cycleway

Pavement cycleway

They\'ve got the corduroy paving on this cycleway/footway the wrong way round! The cords should be across the footway (foreground), and with the cycleway (on the right).

Pavement cycleway

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