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[Image taken 31.5.21] Butcher Terrace, York. The drop kerb has been extended. Compare with: https://goo.gl/maps/dnXUQ9xDR5j2Xzjr6 On 20 Mar 2020 the then York Walking/Cycling Officer said he would ask the Environment Agency to do this as pa ... [more]

[Image taken 23.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. It's a long way to the other side: four lanes including the right turn into B&Q. On a heavy and/or laden cycle or with a trailer of purchases you won't be nippy and there's no drop kerb to access t ... [more]

[Image taken 23.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. Cyclists are expected/directed to be on the path here see: #167737, #167367. There is no provision for people using the shared-use, offroad route to cross to B&Q. There's no drop kerb to leave the ... [more]

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. Once in, you have to get out again. (See: #165819 and #165820.) In the interim, what had been empty spaces could have filled up. And the shape or dimensions of the new or ... [more]

wheeled in - there is an insufficient turning circle to bring the rear wheel in. The cycle will have to be lifted or dragged. Even if possible, for some people - including this resident - such manoeuvring is painful and can have consequence ... [more]

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. Note the cycle is nearly jackknifing and that the person is struggling to keep it upright. Had she had more weight onboard - shopping, child seat, a child, the cycle might ... [more]

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. All images showing this person accessing the racks here today: #167774. See also: all issues here: #164846 and links, Tier hire scooters/cycles see: #164663

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. All images showing this person accessing the racks here today: #167774. See also: all issues here: #164846 and links, Tier hire scooters/cycles see: #164663

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. All images showing this person accessing the racks here today: #167774. See also: all issues here: #164846 and links, Tier hire scooters/cycles see: #164663

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. See also: all issues here: #164846 and links, Tier hire scooters/cycles see: #164663

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. All images showing this person accessing the racks here today: #167774. See also: all issues here: #164846 and links, Tier hire scooters/cycles see: #164663

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. All images showing this person accessing the racks here today: #167774. See also: all issues here: #164846 and links, Tier hire scooters/cycles see: #164663

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. All images showing this person accessing the racks here today: #167774. See also: all issues here: #164846 and links, Tier hire scooters/cycles see: #164663

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. See also: all issues here: #164846 and links, Tier hire scooters/cycles see: #164663

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. All images showing this person accessing the racks here today: #167774. See also: all issues here: #164846 and links, Tier hire scooters/cycles see: #164663

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Tanner Row, York. This York resident has an e-bike. She uses it for leisure, utility and fitness. However, it is also a mobility aid. She rides with a family member who also has a health ... [more]

[Image taken 17.4.21] Cargo/delivery cycle at Rougier Street/Tanner Row, York. This image shows how much space the cargo cycle takes in relation to the contraflow advisory cycle lane the driver is half on and the road. For all captions abou ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] No Entry roundel and Except Cycles sign in the direction of Rougier Street from Tanner's Moat, York. Perhaps the most critical element for the permeability of the cycle network in the city. Despite the clear signage it ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] Unassuming but oversubscribed cycle facility, York. The cycle cut-through crosses the pavement between Rougier Street (ahead) and Tanner's Moat (behind). It's narrow. The pavement is a very well-used pedestrian route. ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] Pedestrians in York approaching the cycle cut-through between Tanner's Moat and Rougier Street. If you are a cyclist on Rougier Street and you want to reach Lendal Bridge (Station Road-Museum Street) to the right in th ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] View from Lendal Bridge (Station Road) towards the War Memorial on the Lendal gyratory, York. It's a noticeable incline. Particularly if you start from a stationary position at these lights. There are bus stops on the ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] ASL on Rougier Street, York where it joins Lendal gyratory at Station Road. The two-way cycle cut-through between Rougier Street and Tanner's Moat is to the right. The cyclist has come from Tanner's Moat and is headin ... [more]

[Image taken 20.6.19] Tanner's Moat at its junction with Rougier Street, York. Massive vehicle blocking the cycle cut-through and therefore also the access to the drop kerb while the driver and his colleague had a fag. This is a critical ... [more]

The desire line to join the walk and cycleway is here, but there is no dropped kerb, and the space is given to car parking.

Dropped kerb for the central walking and cycling path is set back a long way off the desire line. Have to walk or cycle through the car park to reach it.

Dropped kerb is far to the left off the desire line, and if used means up to 3 sharp turns. Hedge gives poor visibility with the car park entrance. Narrow shared-use path.

The busway is an excellent facility for walking and cycling, as it is off-road, direct, smooth and wide. The Science Park has therefore made it as difficult as possible to use this facility with the potential to really boost active travel, ... [more]

If you have entered the Science Park via the main entrance shared-use route, as soon as you turn the corner there is no dropped kerb directly across the junction.

One of many junctions where there are no dropped kerbs, making it hard to cross with a wheelchair, pram, luggage or a bike. Unnecessary splay increases the crossing distance and encourages people to take the turning at speed.

Lack of dropped kerbs and way to turn right shown up by the obvious wear on the desire line to the right.

The central pedestrian and cycle path through the Science Park ends here. There are no dropped or flush kerbs for cycles, wheelchairs or prams (there is a nursery just ahead). There is no way for someone cycling to join the correct side of ... [more]

Access from Ypres Road to the Garrison Route. It appears that either the path has been laid too far over or the dropkerbs are misaligned. The non-reflective bollard should be ripped out, and the gravel replaced with good ol' tarmac (as t ... [more]

Dropped kerb moved to this much more sensible location as a direct result of the Cycling Campaign's intervention.

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