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[Image taken 8.9.21] Haxby Road, York at exit from/access to Foss Islands Way. Someone has cut the briars [see: #173640] that came over the hoardings of the Cocoa Works site and created potentially painful hazards for pedestrians. The hoard ... [more]

[Newer image: #173860] [Image taken 30.8.21] Haxby Road, York at exit from/access to Foss Islands Way. Briars are cascading over the hoardings of the Cocoa Works site. The furthest frond out is 175cm off the ground. One almost reaches the t ... [more]

[Update: Early September. The metal sign is now flush to the wall and therefore safe.] [Image taken 30.8.21] Haxby Road, York at exit from/access to Foss Islands Way. This is a very tight space used by cyclists, pedestrians and people in mo ... [more]

[Image taken 25.8.21] Foss Islands Way, Haxby Road, York. Aspirational image but without context. Other images this issue today: #173456, #173457. Other images today: #173445 and links

[Image taken 25.8.21] Foss Islands Way, Haxby Road, York. Missed opportunity to make the hoardings relevant. There's no text or even a QR code. Was this image taken here? When was it taken? Why was it taken/on what occasion was it taken? Wh ... [more]

[Update: Newer image/text: #173639]. [Image taken 25.8.21] Foss Islands Way, Haxby Road, York. Damage to the hoardings for the Cocoa Works development (www.thecocoa-works.com/). This 'falling' material is not paper but metal. It's therefore ... [more]

[Image taken 4.5.21] Hudson Quarter (residential and commercial development), Toft Green, York. Mixed residential and commercial premises completed in spring 2021: “Hudson Quarter is a flagship project being developed by Palace Capital pl ... [more]

The footway on the gated road changes sides at the bridge, and the remains of Bogside Road disappear into the housing development in the distance.

The start of the shared footway along Saughs Road, that starts at a turning built for some future development that as yet hasn't been built.

The continuity of Netherton Road (now a path) has been destroyed by the junction at Applegate Drive. Not even a dropped kerb at the end of the path (which has been slewed away from its original alignment).

The end of the housing development on the edge of East Kilbride.

The Surrey Street alignment into what was Stirlingfauld Place is now blocked by the new development. Just as well the South City Way will provide a cycle route on the parallel main road then!

Cycling on Isambard Walk

A footway that diverges from the road going into Woodilee development. No indication on whether cycling is permitted on this path. Either way, lampposts are planted within the width of the path, effectively narrowing it.

Where Bridleway meets Essex Regiment Way, Bridleway sign currently broken,

Loose gravel and tarmac on white road / bridleway

Bridleway is to the left of red & white barriers. Currently to narrow for cyclists

350 houses being built, with no apparent provision for cyclists.

No right turn allowed according to signage and central barrier, no allowance for cyclists

See clip at http://youtu.be/Yg-20I4MqME After all these.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSV64XCjBJQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VzhxyNsxxs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=595CKcrPuzo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iEmYJHXgFKc ... [more]

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Oldenburg cycleways - residents are encouraged to have a say in how they want the open spaces to be used.

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Oldenburg cycleways - new development, homezone

See clip at http://youtu.be/iEmYJHXgFKc I was going to say that this example from yesterday seems to suggest that habits are improving from previous experiences here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4azbH98U0T4 http://www.youtube.com/wa ... [more]

The redmac cyclelanes on the NIAB access road provide space for a smooth corner for faster motor travel access into and out of sideroads. Bad, it requires a much closer angle to slow turning traffic and the redmac cyclelane has to continue ... [more]

Red-mac cycle lane on Lawrence Weaver Road is used as a car park, with the driver of this metallic blue Honda Jazz with number plates LD07 TZT parking his "motor" right on a bicycle sign. I would only find such give way to pedestrians ok ... [more]

It is not that there arn't any bicycles at the Darwin Green (former NIAB site ) development, they just don't seem to have anywhere to go... See also redmac cyclelane as car park #50020 . New developments in and around Cambridge http://iitm. ... [more]

The NIAB development was touted with ambitious targets for a high share of sustainable, non-motorised travel. Here the redmac cycle lane on Lawrence Weaver Road, the main access from Huntington Road. See also redmac cyclelane as car park #5 ... [more]

New residents at the NIAB site are already using the well designed redmac cyclelane .... Just press the button at the entrance to the cycle lane and all the parked cars will disappear... See redmac cyclelane #50023. See new developments on ... [more]

Bristol Harbourside Location: Clifton Wood, Bristol (England, United Kingdom) Bristol Harbourside

See clip at http://youtu.be/hL1KY0fGrMk I set off as the lights change only to catch the truck pulling out a little bit later. Not exactly what CB1 Development advertising hoardings have ben promoting.

Access to the first section of the NIAB development off Huntingdon Road. The dropped kerbs don't seem to be right for off street cycleways? See also #30053 and #30054.

Access to the first section of the NIAB development off Huntingdon Road. The dropped kerbs don't seem to be right for off street cycleways? See also #30053 and #30055.

Access to the first section of the NIAB development off Huntingdon Road. The dropped kerbs don't seem to be right for off street cycleways? See also #30053 and #30054.

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