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Bus gate signs that should mean this restriction becomes enforceable.

Bus gate signs that should mean this restriction becomes enforceable.

Mill Road bridge BUS GATE comes into operation from Monday 20 July 2020.

Most of the gullies on this section of road appeared to be blocked, but this one was also dislodged from its mounting.

A large pothole at a bus stop on North Hanover Street.

This photo is included not so much for the shared-use footway, as for the drainage on the main carriageway, where the kerbline has been taken in for a couple of gullies so they are not in the way of motorists.

Sunken drain southbound between Great Tey & Marks Tey. Reported to the council.

Nice cycle track bridge over a drain connecting Chase Avenue with an underused cycle track to the difficult level crossing and a stone road southwards.

So has the cycle route suddenly gone back onto the road? Without warning (or space) a cycle lane appears in the road, carefully painting around a pothole, and does the straight ahead arrow mean the route is going straight on at the junction ... [more]

Some @bollocksinfra from @GlasgowCC on Hyndland road. Tiny cycle lane with grate to trap wheels. Rest is in door-zone

The cycle lane from the Worth Way ends in Railway Approach. Then continue by drain to Forest Way?

The end of a street neighbouring the Langlands Cycle Path, with dropped kerb for access, but beware of the gully installed with its bars parallel to the direction of travel, which may catch skinny tyres.

Shared-use footway on part of Waterloo Street. At least the gully cover has closely spaced bars, unlike #51324.

Large-slotted gully 2/3 across width of widened cycle path at bottom of slope. This could easily catch the wheel of a cyclist not paying attention, and should be moved to the edge of the path.

Road resurfaced without rectifying defects first. Not unique in Glasgow.

Gully installed the wrong way round in Glasgow City Council's "Copenhagan-style" London Road cycle track. The slots should go across-the-ways so skinny tyres don't get stuck.

'Cycle friendly guttering' these new gutters (with a waffle-like grid) along Mill Road are flush with the surrounding road surface. All gutters should be as smooth as this, if they have to be in the road. Of course it would be much better i ... [more]

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