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[Image taken 9.4.21] Early green for cyclists in York. It's on Skeldergate in the direction of North Street (junction with Micklegate and Bridge Street). There's also one on the other side of this junction ie in this direction. Drivers seem ... [more]

[Image taken 26.3.21] Family from Dringhouses on The Stonebow, York. I stopped to ask about their experiences of cycling on York's bridges. They push their cycles over because drivers - including bus drivers - pass too closely. I believe Yo ... [more]

[Image taken 21.3.21] Lendal gyratory, York. Looking across from Station Rise across Station Road, through the city walls to the junction of Station Road with the continuation of Station Rise direction of Leeman Road. The proposed diversion ... [more]

[Image taken 25.3.21] Esplanade, York, direction of Lendal Bridge/Wellington Row. Scene at around 15.00 on Thursday afternoon during lockdown (only essential journeys, only essential(s) shopping, no meeting outside of your household, work f ... [more]

[Image taken 20.3.21] Typical scenario on Tanner Row, York. Any vehicle stopped for any time on this very narrow street creates a hazard for people cycling in the contraflow cycle lane. See also: signs: #165822. Issues for cyclists: #164848

[Image taken 7.7.18] Noticeboards next to cycle parking inside Waverley Station, Edinburgh. See also: #165435, #165436, #165437.

[Image taken 7.7.18] Noticeboards next to cycle parking inside Waverley Station, Edinburgh. See also: #165435, #165436, #165438.

[Image taken 7.7.18] Noticeboards next to cycle parking inside Waverley Station, Edinburgh. See also: #165435, #165437, #165438.

[Image taken 7.7.18] Noticeboards next to cycle parking inside Waverley Station, Edinburgh. They are used for publicising events and to provide other information of interest to people who cycle. An excellent practice other cities could adop ... [more]

[Streetview image from November 2020] 'Give way to oncoming cycles' sign on Herbrand Street, London WC1 at its junction with Tavistock Place. I believe this sign could make the cycling experience safer and less intimidating in locations in ... [more]

Caption: [Image taken 26.2.21]. Despite the cyclists dismount sign there is a route through. So why the sign? See also: #164583, #164584, #164585, #164586. Newer images: #166495, #166496

[Image taken 26.2.21] Cyclists dismount sign on Micklegate, York, looking towards Micklegate Bar. See also: #164313, #164583, #164584, #164585, #164587. Newer images: #166495, #166496

[Image taken 26.2.21] Blossom Street, York looking towards Micklegate Bar shows a route through. On the other side however is a Cyclists Dismount & Use Footway Sign. See also: #164583, #164584, #164586, #164587. Newer images: #166495, #166 ... [more]

[Image taken 18.2.21] York, Wigginton Road. The Do not overtake cyclists sign is now visible but it is very close to the junction. This would seem to limit the chances of drivers seeing it and is too late on this section of Wigginton Road f ... [more]

[Image taken 18.2.21] York, Wigginton Road. Again, the Do not overtake cyclists sign would seem to have limited use being placed among a line of other signs, and therefore obscured. See also: #164311, #164310, #164312, #164313, #164315

[Image taken 18.2.21] York, Wigginton Road. Only at this point do road users have a chance of seeing the Do not overtake cyclists sign. But this location is too late to make a difference. Plus drivers have had so many signs with so many mes ... [more]

[Image taken 18.2.21] York, Wigginton Road. Too many signs. Messages get lost. The Do not overtake cyclists sign is still completely obscured at this point and therefore has no value. See also: #164311, #164310, #164313, #164314, #164315

[Image taken 18.2.21] York: Do not overtake cyclists signs are in place at works at the junction of Crichton Avenue and Wigginton Roads. (See also: #164311, #164312, #164313, #164314, #164315.) I was pleased to see these signs. I believ ... [more]

Pointless cyclists dismount sign at the crossing ot the Unstrut and Gera cycleways.

Cyclist protesting on the Nordtangente section of the motorway around Oldenburg.

Placa de Sant Llorenc

Fixie Location: Cambridge, Cambridge District (England, UK) outside Corpus Christi College

Cyclists on Divis Mountain, Belfast, County Antrim

Confusing #Cyclists #Dismount signs have finally gone from the north side of #GreenDragon bridge. https://t.co/wXZ59x4Hrh https://t.co/w0Q4tcTZLR

UPDATE AT END. New sign asking "Cyclists please dismount". This has been a cycle cut through for the 27 years I've lived here. Note it's a private sign and not official, but this is a private estate. However, when estate planned, was it ... [more]

Improved crossing for cyclists. A protected waiting area in the middle of the road lets cyclists cross the road faster and safer, especially during rush hours.

Raised cycleway (in asphalt) and sidewalk over a crossroad. Cars need to give priority to pedestrians and cyclists when entering or leaving the street. Planting still needs to be done.

Promenade to Hastings Pier Location: England, United Kingdom Promenade above Bottle Alley

Bottleneck At Gaol Ferry Bridge

Cyclists please dismount "Radfahrer bitte Absteigen" Cycling not permitted, cyclists please dismount - in a public park in Bad Zwischenahn. Location: , Bad Zwischenahn (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Baldwin Street Cycle Track On Sunday

Stokes Croft Cycling

Cyclists dismount - Radfahrer absteigen Location: , Schwerin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany) A cyclists dismount sign at construction works at Schwerin Castle. Radfahrer absteigen Schild an einer Baustelle am Schweriner Schloß.

The popular Cyclist Café Huntewasser in Iprump. Location: Heilstaette Blankenburg (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cyclists Dismount Location: Charlottenburg, Berlin (Berlin, Germany) White Cyclists Dismount sign (Radfahrer absteigen) at a crossing. (Location appox.) An "End of" sign should be used as in #66225.

Family Cycilng On College Green, Bristol

Cycle Track In Bristol 03

Under The M32 02

Mangos (recumbent bikes) on the motorway near Bremen airport during the "Bremer Hochstrassentour 2014" organised by the ADFC Bremen. See also #61441

Over 3000 cyclists on the Autobahn near the city airport Bremen during the "Bremer Hochstrassentour 2014" organised by the ADFC Bremen. See also #61440

Poorly maintained dedicated pedestrian and cycle route combined with very rough surface, numerous exits and entrances and one dismount instruction. The route is used by pedestrians and cyclists going to and from UEA university and potential ... [more]

A confident cyclist on Hills Road, between Queen Edith's Way and the Addenbrooke's Roundabout trying to access the pedestrian and cycle access to the hospital.

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57468.

Cyclists on Hills Road, crossing Long Road and Queen Ediths way in direction of Addenbrooke's Hospital. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Cyclists on Hills Road, crossing Long Road and Queen Ediths way in direction of Addenbrooke's Hospital. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Cyclists climbing a hill on Hills Road, at the junction with Long Road near Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. Most cyclists turn right at this junction and they need to be confident enough to position themselves in the right hand side la ... [more]

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Many commuter cyclists tightly packed at the ASL on Hills Road, in front of a coach and a double decker bus. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which ... [more]

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57468.

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57470

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57469

Cyclists on Hills Road, crossing Long Road and Queen Ediths way in direction of Addenbrooke's Hospital. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Cyclist in the advanced stop box at the Hills Road Long Road junction, watching out for motor vehicles. The junction is very hostile for cyclists and there are no filter lanes to the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by ca ... [more]

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. This is a very busy junction, see also #57462

Cambridge Cycling Campaign giving out postcards directed to Cambridgeshire County Council in support of the Hills Road hybrid cycle lane scheme.

A three seater bike ideal for the carrying also a children's bike.

The Campaign's stall bike at the Addenbrookes pedestrian and cycle entrance on Hills Road. Campaigning in support of the Hills Road cycle lanes.

Stall Bike on Hills Road at Addenbrooke's Hospital. Location: Trumpington, Cambridge (England, United Kingdom)

End of foot and cycleway - no, it is not. The correct sign wood by white pedestrians on blue background. At other similar locations the council uses the equally wrong and even more annoying "Cyclists Dismount", e.g. #48247. At least the Cou ... [more]

Video of a narrow lift bride in Oldenburg dating from 1927. The bridge provides an advanced green for cyclists to cross first once it is lowered. The system works with cameras to ensure that all cyclists are travelling over the bridge befor ... [more]

Morning traffic on the Coton Path in Cambridge. See also #49226.

The Coton Path in Cambridge. See also #49225.

The rather relaxed morning rush on the Coton Path in Cambridge by the University West Campus. See also #49224.

Cyclists on the Coton Path in Cambridge on a Tuesday morning. See also #49223.

The morning rush on the Coton Path in Cambridge. See also #49222.

The morning rush on the Coton Path in Cambridge is rather relaxed. See also #49221.

Relaxed cycling on a Tuesday morning on the Coton Path in Cambridge. See also #49220.

Commuters on Coton Path on a Tuesday morning. The cycleway is 3m wide, plus 60cm scrub. See also #49219.

Coton Path on a Tuesday morning. See also #49218.

Coton Path, near Coton, on a Tuesday morning. See also #49217.

Coton Path on a Friday afternoon. See also #49216.

Coton Path in the afternoon.

Cyclists and black taxi in the morning sun.

Cyclists on Long Road bridge crossing the Great Kneighton Cyclebahn to Trumpington and Addenbrookes Hospital. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49028.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Trumpington. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49026.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Trumpington. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49024.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Trumpington. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49023.

The morning rush on the shared-use pavement on Long Road. The lack of a direct link to the cyclebahn and of a segregated cycleway on Long Road are a disgrace. See also #49022.

Long Road, Cambridge.

The morning rush on the shared-use pavement on Long Road. The lack of a direct link to the cyclebahn and of a segregated cycleway on Long Road are a disgrace. See also #49020.

The morning rush on Long Road in Cambridge. The lack of a direct link to the cyclebahn and of a segregated cycleway on Long Road are a disgrace. See also #49019.

Everyday cycling cycists in Cambridge, here Long Road shared use pavement.

The morning rush on Long Road in Cambridge. The lack of a direct link to the cyclebahn and of a segregated cycleway on Long Road are a disgrace. See also #49017.

The morning rush on Long Road in Cambridge. The lack of a direct link to the cyclebahn and of a segregated cycleway on Long Road are a disgrace. See also #49016.

The morning rush on Long Road in Cambridge. The lack of a direct link to the cyclebahn and of a segregated cycleway on Long Road are a disgrace. See also #49015.

The morning rush on Long Road in Cambridge. The lack of a direct link to the cyclebahn and of a segregated cycleway on Long Road are a disgrace. See also #49014.

The morning rush on Long Road in Cambridge. See also #49013

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Cambridge Station. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49011.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Cambridge Station. Cycle taxi in the morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49010.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Cambridge Station. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49009.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Cambridge Station with able cyclists. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49008.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Cambridge Station. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49007.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Cambridge Station. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49006.

Long Road bridge over the Cyclebahn by the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway north of Long Road. Morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49005.

Long Road bridge over the Cyclebahn by the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway north of Long Road. Morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49004.

Cyclebahn by the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway north of Long Road. Morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49003.

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