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[Image taken 4.3.21] Cycle parking, Broadway, York.

[Photo taken mid-May 2019] York Cycle Campaign [yorkcyclecampaign.bike] members leafletted and spoke to people on Terry Avenue and at the Butcher Terrace end of the Millennium Bridge. The message was, Terry Ave could close for flood defence ... [more]

[Image taken 26.2.21] Queen Street junction with Blossom Street at Micklegate Bar, York. Cyclists have a green filter. (https://yorkcyclecampaign.bike/2019/07/20/micklegate-bar-lets-keep-it/) In March 2019 City of York declared a climate em ... [more]

[Image taken 26.2.21] In Marygate carpark, York, Compost John joins the steeper of the two slopes up to Scarborough bridge. The bridge crosses the Ouse, leads directly into the rail station and creates an accessible corridor to/from other p ... [more]

[Image taken 26.2.21] In York, Compost John joins the original motor traffic-free route through Marygate carpark. This shows the route is far too narrow. See also: #157644, #164539, #164540, #164541, #164543

[Image taken 26.2.21] Compost John descends from the accessible iteration of Scarborough bridge, York to the original motor traffic-free route through Marygate carpark. His rig is nearly 4m long and requires a wide turning circle. See also: ... [more]

[Image taken 26.2.21] Marygate carpark, York. Compost John on the original traffic-free all users route through Marygate carpark. On the other side of the low fencing is a 4.5m covid-19 popup corridor carved out of the car park and put in p ... [more]

[Image taken 26.2.21] Marygate carpark, York. Compost John (John Cossham) is a familiar site around York. His rig is distinctive. The trailer plus cycle is nearly 4m long. Cycle networks need to be able to accommodate larger designs (longer ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] The cycle route around York, Monks Cross retail park is open to the road on this side. The blocks of paint link with a zebra crossing to the left. Therefore it is clear they comprise a pedestrian crossing. However if p ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] York, Monks Cross retail park has a two-way cycle route around the perimeter. At the point pedestrians may be crossing there is tactile paving in the cycle route. There are no pedestrians crossing signs. It is not clea ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] York, Monks Cross retail park has a bi-directional cycle route around the perimeter. Pedestrian routes 'trickle' from the car parking areas to the retail outlets and must cross the cycle route. Some pedestrian routes a ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] This pedestrian route leads right through the York, Monks Cross retail park car park. There is a warning sign for pedestrians at the point it crosses the two-way cycle route: Look both ways. It does not specify that it ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] York, Monks Cross retail park has a network of pedestrian and cycle routes around and through the car parking areas. The pedestrian route here seems to me to be very obvious. There is tactile paving on the pavement and ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] Monks Cross, York, retail area has a network of pavements and cycle routes including around the perimeter. However, there are gaps in the continuity. For example there is no drop kerb for pedestrians or people on cycle ... [more]

[Image taken 23.2.21] York - transporting domestic compost by bike. Depositing the compost at the designated area Greenfields Community Garden. See also #164366, #164367, #164368, #164369

[Image taken 23.2.21] York - transporting domestic compost by bike. Approaching the composting area Greenfields Community Garden. See also #164366, #164367, #164368, #164370

[Image taken 23.2.21] York - transporting domestic compost by bike. The storage container and a view of some of the Greenfields Community Garden. See also #164366, #164367, #164369, #164370

[Image taken 23.2.21] York - transporting domestic compost by bike. Arrival at Greenfields Community Garden. See also #164366, #164368, #164369, #164370

[Image taken 23.2.21] We don't have a garden. We don't want to put compostable kitchen waste into landfill though. So we have a composter. When it fills up, we bag up some of the contents and carry it in our cycle trailer from home - this i ... [more]

[Image taken 18.2.21] Flyparked cycles on Micklegate, York. The owners were getting coffees next door. Just one example to illustrate that more cycle parking is needed at this end of the street. See also #164327, #164328

This image from Google Street View shows full Sheffield racks in August 2019. Micklegate is close to the city centre and is home to independent bookshops, cafes... I believe there is a need for more cycle parking - specifically, closer to t ... [more]

Update: 3.3.21 On 1.3.21 a CYC employee said: "The current space on Micklegate has been provided as a temporary e-scooter parking bay." On 2.3.21 a Tier-employee said: "The intention is for the e-scooter parking to take up a car p ... [more]

Dark, muddy path is not cycle friendly

Unnecessary cycle lane on pavement at road junction

[Image taken 5.2.21] How do cyclists using the substantially segregated, red-tarmaced cycle route around the Monks Cross, York retail park cross between the two here? There's space for a parallel crossing on this side of the zebra. Not grea ... [more]

[Image taken 5.2.21] How do cyclists using the cycle route around the Monks Cross, York retail park cross between the two sides here. (On the left out of shot is a line of shops in the direction of the camera starting with a Primark. On the ... [more]

[Image taken 5.2.21] The Monks Cross, York retail park two-way, substantially segregated cycle route fails here. The route ends but there's no parallel crossing for people to cross to the continuation on the opposite (Primark) side. And if ... [more]

[Image taken 5.2.21] Monks Cross, York retail park has a two-way, red, segregated on three sides, cycle route around it. The cycle facility links all the entrances to the shops. There is also cycle parking at many points along it. This mean ... [more]

[Image taken 4.2.21] The outside of the Folk Hall has been landscaped. It looks inviting. There are two areas of seating. The benches at this location are attractive - with wooden elements, have arm rests for people who need to push themsel ... [more]

[Image taken 4.2.21] The Folk Hall (https://newearswickfolkhall.com/about/) is a long, attractive building. Even into 2020, access from the road, for example for people with cycles or using mobility scooters, was poor. It wasn't clear how y ... [more]

[Image taken 4.2.21] The Sheffield racks - installed end 2020 - are the toast rack design with an upstand. The latter means every user has to lift their cycle into and out of the racks. This is not therefore an accessible design. However un ... [more]

[Image taken 4.2.21] The Folk Hall www.jrht.org.uk/about-us/new-earswick-folk-hall in New Earswick is run by the Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust. It has a cafe, library, meeting spaces, post office and rooms for hire. Following refurbishment ... [more]

[Image taken 1.2.21] York, Monks Cross, segregated cycle and pedestrian routes end without a drop kerb despite the family and disabled parking bays opposite. By contrast access from the car park/parking spaces to the shops is kerb free and ... [more]

[Image taken 1.2.21] Walking route with symbol. By contrast the cycle route 'ends'. Though it is also the 'start'. So why the word and not a cycle symbol as elsewhere eg #156848? See also #162104 #162107 #162109

[Image taken 1.2.21] Monks Cross retail park, York. No drop kerb to assist anyone who might need it and despite the disabled parking spaces opposite. See also #162104, #162108, #162109

[Image taken 1.2.21] Monks Cross retail park, York. Pavement ends. No drop kerb for people in wheelchairs, using wheeled walkers, with a wheeled shopping bag. See also #162107 #162108 #162109

4/4 Exhibition Square, York (pic taken 8.12.20). To the right of the Art Gallery is a gate. It leads to open space. But you have to know it's there to find it. It doesn't look as if the public is permitted through the gates. It doesn't ... [more]

3/4 Exhibition Square, York (pic taken 8.12.20). Yet another statue of yet another bloke in 'funny clothes' (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Etty) And an oblong tray of fountains which resembles nothing so much as a 'paddling pool ... [more]

2/4 Exhibition Square, York (pic taken 8.12.20). The Square (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exhibition_Square) is a space that could be - should be - a meeting place for people. A sociable area. Yet any character is defined by vehicles. ... [more]

1/4 Exhibition Square, York (pic taken 8.12.20). The Square on several routes into the city on foot and by cycle. There's York Art Gallery (https://www.yorkartgallery.org.uk/) to one side, King's Manor (University of York, https://www. ... [more]

The typical cycle (2020/1) in York I see is equipped for practicality and utilitarian use: panniers or other luggage carrying capacity that remain in situ at all times, ditto at least one child seat. This image is at Lidl, James Street, on ... [more]

Space to the right of the York Community Stadium Leisure Complex. It could be realistically and usefully used for cycle racks for families and people with disabilities. Racks could be a mix of lower and standard height longer Sheffields, sp ... [more]

The frontage of the York Community Stadium Leisure Complex. Insanely limited outdoor seating and inexplicably no cycle parking close to the entrance for families or people with disabilities. See also #157906, #157907, #157908, #157910, #157 ... [more]

The frontage of the new (opened December 2020) York Community Stadium Leisure Complex. There's space for - signed - cycle parking for family groups and disabled/wider than standard cycles to the right of the entrance. See also #157906, #157 ... [more]

Cycle parking already in use despite being far from the entrance to the newly opened (mid-December 2020) York Community Stadium Leisure Complex www.better.org.uk/york-stadium-leisure-complex. There are no wider spaces for families or trikes ... [more]

Cycle parking at the newly opened York Community Stadium Leisure Complex. It's further from the facilities people will be visiting than the car parking. See also #157906, #157907

Car parking - disabled and non - at the new (opened mid-December 2020) York Stadium Leisure Complex (www.better.org.uk/york-stadium-leisure-complex) is closer than the cycle parking. There is no specific cycle parking provision for family g ... [more]

Adult and child cycles among the empty Sheffields at York community stadium at Vangarde/Monks Cross (www.york.gov.uk/CommunityStadium). See also #157154, #157155.

Adult and child cycles among empty racks at the community stadium at Vangarde/Monks Cross (www.york.gov.uk/CommunityStadium). See also #157154

First ever users of the cycle parking at the community stadium at Vangarde/Monks Cross (www.york.gov.uk/CommunityStadium)? See also #157155

Fundraising vehicles block cycle route that runs around the perimeter of Monks Cross retail park. See also #156553, #156554, #156555, #156556, #156557, #156626, #156627, #156628, #156845, #156846, #156847, #157146, #157147, #157148, #157149 ... [more]

Monks Cross retail park two Saturdays before Christmas. Minster Lions fundraising vehicles block the cycle route. This may be one of the vehicles the driver in #157147 gave for believing the cycle track is actually disabled parking. See al ... [more]

Monks Cross retail park two Saturdays before Christmas. The cycle route around the perimeter is also used by pedestrians. The crash barriers were in situ on previous visits with no obvious purpose. See also See also #156553, #156554, #15655 ... [more]

Monks Cross retail park two Saturdays before Christmas. All ages visit and use the cycle route around the perimeter of the site. In the background is a young boy cycling on the route but towards a) crash barriers, then b) a santa ensemble, ... [more]

Monks Cross Retail Park two Saturday's before Christmas. The 'traffic lanes' are very narrow. You can hear them in use. There is a drainage channel alongside the cycle route. The noise of wheels on grille is audible. The driver in this imag ... [more]

Monks Cross additional parking issues... At this location on this and each previous visit there has been at least one motor vehicle encroaching into the already narrow cycle lane. See also #156553, #156554, #156555, #156556, #156557, #1566 ... [more]

Monks Cross, cycle parking too narrowly spaced and too close to the car parking such that cycles protrude into the area. See also #156553, #156554, #156555, #156556, #156557, #156626, #156627, #156628, #156845

Monks Cross additional cycle parking issues... Cycle protrudes into tarmac (parking area), racks are just 79cm apart (between the mid points of the top bars), abandoned trolley. See also #156553, #156554, #156555, #156556, #156557, #156626, ... [more]

Woad Lane, Great Coates Location: , Grimsby (England, United Kingdom) Nothing More than A Proposal.

Yarrow Road, Grimsby Location: Little Coates, Grimsby (England, United Kingdom) We don't have Cycle Paths in Grimsby any more. They're now 'Pedalways'.

Any wonder that we struggle to keep the public behaving correctly on road when we have this LK68 CMV example. Legislation says emergency services can stop here ONLY in the event of an actual emergency. Note roadspace on side street, ... [more]

Cookridge Street now car free

A Sustrans volunteer engaged in graffiti removal on NCN67 in Leeds

"Welcome to Leeds" on NCN67 railway path approaching Methley Junction.

Tunnel under the M62 motorway

Advance warning sticker for NCN67's right turn from the A642 at Bottomboat.

NCN66 approaching Asda House.

NCN66 near Asda House.

A sticker for NCN66 turning off the A63 ahead. A63, Knowsthorpe (England, UK)

A63, Knowsthorpe (England, UK) Rubbish in cycle lane

The new "anti-terror" barriers on Kings Parade. I can't help thinking that they were really motivated by a rather cynical desire to make life more awkward for people cycling through the town. The gap is far too narrow for two way cyclin ... [more]

Underdeck cycle parking See also #112357

Underdeck cycle parking See also #112358

Underdeck cycle parking

Cycle parking. Several stands not bolted down.

Cycle parking. Stands not bolted down.

Cycle parking outside print unit

Wessex House secure cycle shed

Wessex House cycle parking

6W cycle parking

4W cycle parking Next to #112348

6 West cycle parking Next to #112349

4 East cycle parking

2 East cycle parking - Sheffield stands are too close to the wall making it them difficult to use. Also see #112345

2 East cycle parking Also see #112346

University of Bath secure cycle shed

Senate Passage Location: Cambridge, Cambridge District (England, UK) Cambridge

A view over the junction of Valley Road and Canal Road, with the NCN66 cycle track running through.

Junction of Valley Road and Canal Road.

Baldock Road recreation ground cycle parking , Letchworth Garden City (3 x Sheffield stands)

Sometimes you just have to give way to bigger traffic Stourbridge Common

Riverside Cambridge Museum of Technology

King's Parade

Which would you choose? Sheffield stand or two tier racks It is a unanimous vote for Sheffield stands. Much more popular. Cycle parking in the basement of 50/60 Station Road.

Elephant and Castle roundabout with segregated cycle lanes on the circulating carriageway and approach arms London

Sheffield cycle stands near the entrance of Lidl on Andersonstown Road with capacity for 8 bicycles.

Sheffield cycle stands beside the entrance of Dunnes at the Abbey Centre in Newtownabbey with capacity for 12 bicycles.

Sheffield cycle stands beside the entrance of Connswater Shopping Centre on Bloomfield Avenue with capacity for 10 bicycles.

Wall-mounted bicycle stands in the underground car park of CastleCourt Shopping Centre with capacity for 5 bicycles.

Sheffield cycle stands beside the entrance of McDonald's on Glenmachan Street with capacity for 6 bicycles.

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