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A messy end to Netherton Road path at the housing development in Lindsayfield. Direct access to Jackton Road is long gone, although the sign for the East Kilbride to Strathaven cycle route is visible.

I've never worked out if these strips are badly installed drainage (for the boggy grass to the right), or anti-cycling rumble strips. A swimming contest can be seen in the background.

The Grantchester Meadows path just doesn't get any better. This is the condition after the County Council have allegedly "fixed" it. All it needs is a tarmac path between the end of the surfaced road to the start of the surfaced path. I am ... [more]

The Grantchester Meadows path just doesn't get any better. This is the condition after the County Council have allegedly "fixed" it. All it needs is a tarmac path between the end of the surfaced road to the start of the surfaced path. I am ... [more]

The new cycle track in Lincoln Avenue, past the new BMX centre in Knightswood Park. This bit looks like it may be prone to flooding.

An obstacle course of poles and a random channel snaking its way across the surface. Not good enough!

The footway across the far side of the junction is shared use, but the crossing is for pedestrians only. But the previous shared-use sign was back at #99434. Is this one continuous route or two unrelated shared-use footways? The drainage ... [more]

The Cathkin Relief Road cycle path joins George Mann Terrace for a short distance. Plus another view of the road carriageway drainage.

The Cathkin Relief Road at the Fernhill Road junction, and a view of the soak-away drainage.

@GlasgowCC and there is no pavement alternative https://t.co/75bkyQMT2z

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.

Flooded cycle lane and footway. Looks like sand may have blocked drains.

Poor drainage on the Low Green path.

slotted gulley cover could trap cycle wheels at this crossing

Exit from cycleway onto Legh Street seems reasonably well engineered - except for the drain cover with slots that could catch a cycle wheel.

Drainage gully with grid facing the wrong way could catch a cycle wheel.

"Waffle" pattern grid - no slots to catch cyclists wheels.

.@GlasgowCC Will you unblock the drains first? The Shields Rd section's heavily flooded. @S4CGlasgow https://t.co/mIN5vILH1y

A flooded underpass beneath Dobbie's Loan, although not terribly deep when photo was taken. See also #87169.

No gritting of active travel routes in Glasgow. This is Dalsholm Road in Dawsholm Park after much of the ice elsewhere had melted in the sun. This section suffers from poor drainage (see nearby photos) and the water runs down the hill to th ... [more]

No gritting of active travel routes in Glasgow. This is Dalsholm Road in Dawsholm Park after much of the ice elsewhere had melted in the sun.

@_youhadonejob pedestrian subway in Glasgow http://t.co/48MHdEvFHr

Not one of Edinburgh's finest railway paths.

Poor drainage, and a very steep ramp up to the bus stop crossing, on the Balmore Road segregated cycle track (see close-up at #58584)

Mud collecting at the bottom of unswept underpass. One of the problems identified about the underpass before it was upgraded was poor drainage. It seems that this hasn't been sorted.

Worn out cycle markings and poor drainage on path in Barshaw Park, at level crossing with miniature railway

Drainage isn't the strongest point of Dalsholm Road through Dawsholm Park!

poor drainage on road

Sustrans path near York Racecourse where poor drainage design leads to black ice at bottom of a slope and on a bend! The 'non skid' surface is no help here.

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