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Start of shared-use footway (with barriers around the corner)

High Street, Newport Pagnell

High Street, Newport Pagnell

St John Street, Newport Pagnell

Advisory Cyclists Dismount to cross the road to continue the cycleway at Station Square, Milton Keynes.

The new protected cycle lane comes to an abrupt end before the roundabout and cyclists who don't want to use the circuitous and unpleasant underpass have to wait for a gap in the motor traffic and pull out to the right - why can they not go … [more]

BBC report: "The drivers of four cars that were crushed after being parked illegally have been branded "lazy, inconsiderate law-breakers" by a mayor. Fines were issued for a further nine cars left on the pavement in Howard Street in … [more]

Inadequate crossing of the busy A390 to reach the Newham Trail, Truro

Savoy Street links Strand and Victoria Embankment

Trumpington Road - cycle lane and wands.

Trumpington Road - cycle lane and wands

Trumpington Road: wands and a cycle-lane

Van and car parking on the (presumably shared use) footway connecting the Craighall Road toucan crossing to the Forth & Clyde Canal at Speirs Wharf. The car is also blocking a dropped kerb (the dropped kerb can be seen better in #188011).

Cattlemarket Road under Bristol Temple Meads railway station. Clean air zone ends.

Small Street, Bristol Seems to be a one-way street judging by the arrow sign on the right despite some kind of cycle lane marking in the foreground.

Picton Street, Montpelier, Bristol

Park Street, Bristol very steep

Buses and bikes only, Clerkenwell

Modal filter on route C14 (originally Quietway Q14)

There appear to be Belisha Beacons on those lighting columns, but they are covered with some kind of tape. This looks therefore like some kind of failed attempt to construct a pedestrian crossing.

Bloody bikes blocking the pavement.

How many vehicles can you see breaking how many rules? How are we going to get 8 to 80 year olds cycling in Edinburgh when the authorities fail to keep usable even the few segregated bike lanes we have? #queensferryroad … [more]

Waterloo Street, Glasgow

There's a sort of route between the bridge on the left and the path on the right here on Renfrew Street. The area is known as Charing Cross. The bridge has three small steps at the far end, so it is not a cycle route.

Hill Street, Glasgow

Garnet Street, Glasgow

Hill Street, Glasgow

Garnet Street, Glasgow

The rack is still missing here, see #177377.

This lamppost is the only hint that there is a Charles Rennie Mackintosh art centre here. It has burned down twice and is obscured by the dense scaffolding.

View from the street where the burned down Mackintosh art museum is sited.

U turn required to follow the riverside path along the Clyde, Glasgow.

Wide cycle lane, Finnieston, Glasgow

[Image taken 19.8.22] Terry Avenue junction with Clementhorpe, York. Flood gates - context: #164634. Other image today and links: #185660.

Once again, luxury car, prat plate, and entitled parking. Apparently it's OK for him to park here because he can't get through the restrictions. 666S @YPLAC

National support for keeping cycling in Eastbourne town centre. One more day to register your complaint, as to the threat to active travel. Great article from @WeAreCyclingUK

New Cut, Saxmundham

Nice bit of parking this morning forcing me to go head on with oncoming traffic or stop. I chose to stop, hence the photo. I guess this is a regular delivery so it would be good to hear your opinion please @CambsCops @camcycle @camcitco … [more]

Castle Street, Stockport

Newton Street, Stockport

Oakfield Road, Stockport

Stockholm Road, Stockport



City Road, Chester

Bickerton folding bikes parked outside a 'health food' shop.

Voi ebikes and escooters at this important intersection on Cambridge's cycle network.

Nightingale Avenue, Low Traffic Neighbourhood. The right hand side of the road is full of stored motor vehicles. There's a double yellow line there but it was overpainted with black but the black has worn out in places. See #150668. A leg … [more]

Purbeck Road, Cambridge Lined with bollards, presumably to prevent motor vehicles being driven onto the footway. The alcove on the right is marked out with an OFO symbol - for the abandoned ofo bike scheme.

Hollis Croft, Sheffield

Hollis Croft, Sheffield

Hollis Croft, Sheffield

Brocco Street, Sheffield

Hounsfield Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

Advanced stop line, B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Clarkehouse Road, Sheffield

B6069, Clarkehouse Road, Sheffield

Modal filter, Ball Street, Sheffield

Modal filter, Ball Street, Sheffield

Lots of ebikes and escooters at this cycle network node.

The double yellow lines continue across the advisory pedestrian crossings and into the Restricted Parking Zone where double yellow lines are not meant to go. There are no markings or signs to say that the parking extending into the distance … [more]

The concrete barriers have been replaced by nice planters, but the sign still calls this an experimental closure.

Cars parked in what little cycle lane there is in Byres Road.

Segregated cycle lane facing west along Allbemarle

[Image taken 10.5.22] Monks Cross retail park, Monks Cross, Huntington, York. A York Cars taxi 558 blocks the cycle circuit. Context: #175978. Other image today (also of obstruction of a cycle route): #182536.

Lots of pavement parking particularly at weekends

No room for protected cycle lanes, they said.

Double yellows don't seem to be working. Nice parking @OfficialTfGM van too

Kerb on eastern side has been moved a little too, to narrow the carriageway. Speeds are still high and visibility on approach from East poor. No contracting tarmac and markings are hard to see. Some cars give way, most don't even notice the … [more]

Kerbline moved to narrow crossing/carriageway, but no thought given to people wanting to cycle this way (towards camera)

Clearly these are routes that the council want to encourage people on bikes to use (rather than the A6). So why isn’t a road like this filtered to encourage drivers to use the A6?

Arbury Road

Route sign on NCN regional route 15 leaving Broadstairs

Sneaky how the final orcas move closer to the kerb, with the first one camouflaged within the word "END". Ninewells Avenue. @dundeecycling @RantyHighwayman

This is my path through town to get home. Nerves of steel 🤨

[Image taken 14.4.22] Deangate, entrance to Minster Yard, York. The sign has been abandoned. It's the start of the Easter weekend. There is no owner information/contact details. Context: #181696, #181697 and contrast (also today: #181696). … [more]

[Image taken 14.4.22] Deangate, entrance to Minster Yard, York. 12 days after the event and the sign is still in the area... But now on the ground as bright yellow litter. Context: #181697. Other images this subject today: #181697 and … [more]

New filter on Staveley Road: children on bikes & scooters, pedestrians with dogs. New planting including four new cherry trees. Just in time for cherryblossom season this week.

Modal filter and junction of cycle routes at St Mildred's, Canterbury

Racks on Westbourne Park Road, Notting Hill.

Racks at Notting Hill gate outside the Coronet Theatre.

20mph PLEASE Drive slowly at all times

[Further image of this issue here but also positive comments about the rack design: #182113.] [Image taken on 27.3.22] Deangate, York. Putting racks here is a good move. They are on the edge of the shopping area and very close to numerous … [more]

[Image taken on 27.3.22] Tanner Row, York. I spent an hour or more with my dustpan and brush. There were shards of green glass and of orange glass. But most was clear. There's a large circular piece that suggests it came from a drinking … [more]

Needham Market railway underpass.

Barrier to prevent pedestrians stepping out into the path of motor traffic, where there’s no footway.

The blight of motor traffic on Stamford.

Stamford - dreadful pedestrian environment. Although this is a traffic signalled junction there are no phases in that for pedestrians and no crossing facilities. There's a large amount of motor traffic and very narrow footways.

I’ve been less critical of others when it comes to compromises in Kingston’s cycle network, but this is unforgivably bad. Completely unacceptable design.

Railway Terrace - a sweet little road with no motor vehicle storage that provides a pedestrian and cycle route into Grantham from the railway station.

Railway Terrace - a sweet little road with no motor vehicle storage that provides a pedestrian and cycle route into Grantham from the railway station.

The half decent cycleway on North Parade, Grantham comes to an ignominious end at this horrible junction where you are confronted with the one-way gyratory system coming at you.

Avenue Road, Grantham

Large lorries and heavy traffic are a feature of High Street, Grantham.

Grantham's High Street has four motor traffic lanes to cross if you want to inspect the Isaac Newton memorial.

Grantham, population 44K, is spoiled by motor traffic, three lanes of it here, all one-way and with eight traffic signals to let it out of the central area.

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