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A route sign for NCN7/75 on Linthaugh Road, and cycle only access on Dormanside Road.

Transport options in Bingley.

Despite the crossing at #110453 being a toucan crossing, the next crossing encountered is just a pedestrian crossing. Nelson Street is straight ahead and the first section of footway is shared-use.

The path from the Manchester Road crossing at #110453 takes a diagonal route across the wide central reservation of Croft Street, across to Nelson Street.

An unpleasant crossing point of Hereford's race track of a ring road. At least this is traffic signal controlled and there's some attempt at cycle markings.

An unpleasant crossing point of Hereford's race track of a ring road. At least this is traffic signal controlled and there's some attempt at cycle markings.

This is a bit of a dead end for cycling as there's not a nice way to cross the race track that is this ring road. The subway is No Cycling. The dual carriageway has a railing preventing at grade crossing, and anyway there is aggressive spe ... [more]

Cycle directions for the sliplane shown in #110470 included in a large motoring sign.

A short cycle lane for anyone leaving the dual carriageway in favour of the shared footway and the toucan crossing ahead.

A short piece of cycle lane, with a bus stop unusually in the middle of the junction, on Godwin Street.

A route sign for NCN66 and other destinations at Prince's Way.

Toucan crossing across Prince's Way, with high-level and low-level near-side signals, and also far-side signals.

A van driver pulled over the toucan crossing when he had a green light, but inevitably it turned red before the junction ahead cleared, leaving him blocking the crossing for users.

A continuation of bus priority from the end of the Manchester Road guided busway through the Senior Way junction.

A toucan crossing across the end of the Manchester Road guided busway in Bradford.

NCN66 alongside Manchester Road. On the right, a bus lane to allow buses from the guided busway to overtake the traffic congestion, seen in #110452.

NCN66 alongside A641 Manchester Road dual carriageway. The lamppost needn't be so in the way.

NCN66 crossing Prince's Way on a split toucan crossing.

This is perhaps not how the Dutch would approach a crossing of a main dual carriageway. Give Way to the traffic island?

A bus gate on Nelson Street approaching Hall Ings, and a cycle lane for getting to the toucan crossing across to Channing Way.

A route sign for NCN66 at a split toucan crossing across Hall Ings.

Bradford Capital of Cycling on Hall Ings, with ample cheap car parking above.

The A6181 dual carriageway takes motorists right into central Bradford where there is a huge car park at the shopping mall, with cheap evening parking.

A split toucan crossing across Hall Ings.

A cycle lane on an already hostile road environment blocked by a taxi driver. The cycle lane leads to a slip onto the shared-use area at the toucan crossing.

The contrasting sights of Bradford, looking past the Alhambra Theatre and up the A6181 Prince's Way/Godwin Street dual carriageway.

A shared-use footway alongside Prince's Way that forms part of NCN66. Not especially wide.

Signage for NCN66 at a toucan crossing across Prince's Way, plus an entrance to the Jacob's Well underpass.

The cycleways alongside East Lancashire Road. https://www.mapillary.com/map/im/PUom-JABGnTXzFehU35qeA

The 'cycleway' alongside East Lancashire Road looks narrow and unpleasant from this Mapillary photo taken in a bus. https://www.mapillary.com/map/im/-iFRLs5UOCqjiJOZMpc1HQ

When Drumry Road East was first closed off at the Great Western Road roundabout, the traffic order exempted cycles from the closure. But nothing was done to facilitate cycle access, and even now that there is a shared-use footway on the oth ... [more]

A toucan crossing across from Castle Street to NCN routes 7, 10 and 72, and to the castle itself.

Signage for NCN routes 7 and 10 at the top of the ramp from Viaduct Estate Road. The routes head west to cross Bridge Street and then head east along the far side of the dual carriageway.

The cycle route into East Kilbride crosses Glenburn Way, but ends at the next junction at #31505. Since this road is one-way, a sign to diagram 810 would be appropriate here to inform those crossing.

Give way to a dismantled bus stop?

The cycle route into East Kilbride follows Queensway.

Not only does the cycle route cross Stewartfield Way at this split pedestrian crossing, and not a toucan crossing with the extra call buttons, but the sign for the cycle route into East Kilbride is pointing the wrong way! There are no furth ... [more]

The cycle route into East Kilbride crosses Stewartfield Way at this split pedestrian crossing.

A split pelican crossing across Redwood Drive, rather than a toucan crossing with extra call buttons, when it forms part of a cycling route. It took a while for the lights to change.

No demand for a cycleway alongside Queensway between Righead and The Murray Roundabouts? Pedestrians have their own footway all the way, but cyclists are expected to cycle on the dual carriageway. Evidently, not all do!

No room for a cycleway alongside Queensway between Righead and The Murray Roundabouts? Pedestrians have their own footway all the way.

Despite there being room for a cycleway alongside Queensway between Righead and The Murray Roundabouts, cyclists are expected to cycle on the dual carriageway. Pedestrians have their own footway all the way.

The start of the cycle track approaching the Birniehill Roundabout, and the newer path put in for East Kilbride cycle route 2, coming from Mount Cameron Drive North.

Room for the cycle track at Whitemoss Roundabout to continue alongside the dual carriageway to reach Birniehill Roundabout, but instead, the cycle track merges with the A725 Kingsway carriageway. The footway to the left continues roughly ... [more]

The Blantyre to East Kilbride cycle route crosses Kingsway here.

A split toucan crossing across A749 dual carriageway for NCN756 to get to Nerston village en route to Rutherglen and Glasgow.

Motorists: Don't U-turn Cyclists: U-turn The A749 crossing on NCN756 outside the Kingsgate Retail Park, before the cycle route makes its way through Nerston village.

Before route 3's path was built, cyclists were expected to return to the carriageway once past the roundabout.

A white ghost bicycle in memory of someone killed here at the A82/A898 junction. https://www.clydebankpost.co.uk/news/15097952.ghost-bike-appears-in-roadside-tribute-to-cyclists-killed-on-a82-last-year/

Take care at the high speed junction at Mountblow Road.

Duntocher over the footbridge.

The Clydebank North Circular Link alongside the A82 dual carriageway, with some advance notice for motorists of roadworks in a different county!

Signs for the Clydebank North Circular Link alongside the A82 dual carriageway. The ramp to Glenhead Road replaces steps that were there previously.

A 'No Cycling' sign on what is now the much vaunted Clydebank North Circular Link cycleway alongside the A82 dual carriageway.

A toucan crossing over the A82 at the Kilbowie Roundabout. Are these the lowest call boxes ever, particularly on the far side?

The end of the Kilbowie Roundabout cycleway for those heading east. Join the A82 carriageway here.

Quite a lot of work to do on Dumbarton Road outside Clydebank Town hall to get to the artist's impression given in https://www.scottishconstructionnow.com/article/4-3m-project-to-transform-clydebanks-town-centre-links

Dumbarton Road has service roads in front of the houses most of the way between Western Isles Road and Mountblow Road. It wouldn't take the earth to create a cycle link between Old Dalnottar Road (see #107093) and here to form a quietway on ... [more]

Guidance requires: ☑️A pair of signs, for easy visibility from both lanes ☑️900mm diameter, for visibility at high speeds This ensures they are seen by cyclists doing 70mph in the outside lane https://t.co/S00hLs87hw

NCN76 turns right here towards Bo'ness while the Inchyra Road route carries on towards Grangemouth oil refinery (although this is not signed).

A sign with its posts blocking part of the width of the shared-use footway along Inchyra Road. The path clearly predates the sign. If someone is coming the other way, one of you will have to slow down to let the other go first.

A road sign straddling the shared-use footway alongside Inchyra Road, with the posts more or less at the edges of the path, unlike the next sign.

NCN76 joins the shared-use footway alongside Inchyra Road, but has several barriers across it.

The shared-use footway alongside Inchyra Road. The person with the bike had ridden through Rannoch Park but dismounted at the awkward bit linking the park to the main road (see #102853).

The shared-use footway alongside Inchyra Road. I'm sure there is room for the mobile phone mast to have been positioned further back and out of the way of the cycleway.

A sign for a cycle route to Lanark, but without a destination. There is no longer a corresponding sign on the other side of the road, just signage for NCN74.

A pedestrian crossing across Great Western Road that could be upgraded to accommodate cycling between Kearn Avenue and Keal Avenue.

A pedestrian crossing across Great Western Road that could be upgraded to accommodate cycling between Keal Avenue and Kearn Avenue.

A major road crossing, with the direct route across the dual carriageway blocked by a barrier at the far side and no dropped kerb, and only a pedestrian crossing to the left to get across to the residential roads on the far side.

The spacious Great Western Road, with no space set aside for safe cycling.

Great Western Road - plenty of room but no protected space for cycling.

A gate at the end of the path from the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath at Great Western Road, with gaps both sides, but only access to the footway and westbound carriageway.

Linking the two halves of Crow Road for cycling would provide a local alternative to the hostile A739 dual carriageway, but motorists' needs appear to come first.

No room for cycle infrastructure on Great Western Road? There seems to be ample room for everything else.

The path to Strathclyde Business Park. See the comments at #99651 concerning the bridge ahead.

The path alongside this section of the A725. It ends at Strathclyde Business Park. Why not continue on to Strathclyde Country Park?

Do not attempt to cross the Moss Road expressway here.

You need a lot of patience to cross the road in Milton. Crossing the A82 from Milton Brae to get to the NCN7 cycle path.

Not sure what this is, but wasn't designed with bikes in mind & cars regularly demolish it. National cycle route 7. #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17 https://t.co/fLJMPbMu79

A toucan crossing across the dual carriageway connects Bothwell to the Raith Interchange walking and cycling provision. As it forms part of the junction traffic signal system, one side of motor traffic is stopped before the other.

The path from the Raith Interchange continues alongside the dual carriageway to Bothwell Bridge. There is literally nothing on this side of the road. A toucan crossing is provided for getting across to Bothwell.

The ramp from the cycle bridge over the Raith Interchange roundabout comes down in the No Man's Land between two dual carriageways, rather than on the side where Bothwell is. Users therefore have to cross four carriageways using toucan cros ... [more]

The shared-use footway changes sides across the A726 dual carriageway, but the crossing is only a pedestrian crossing and not a toucan crossing.

Pollok's road network is not cycle friendly. Will the Peat Road roundabout replacement plans be modified to rectify this?

A339 Hackwood Road looking north towards Basingstoke Location: , Basingstoke and Deane Borough (England, United Kingdom) on a surprisingly quiet afternoon

Crow Road has a local access road for a distance approaching Anniesland (and the listed Anniesland Tower), but no alternative to the main carraigeway through Jordanhill to the south.

The footways each side of the A8 Shieldhall Road are largely identical, but the council has decided that cycling is only allowed on one of them.

That Advance Stop Line is sure encouraging people to cycle!

No cycling facilities east of the Broomhouse roundabout, on the road to Uddingston, but the footway has been upgraded so pedestrians can take their chances with the traffic rather than use the stepped ramp footbridge.

Airbles Road is a busy dual carriageway, hostile to cycling, and yet not even a shared footway, despite room to widen the existing footway along much of the road, and many footway connections to adjacent residential streets.

A toucan crossing outside Airbles station. It does not appear to connect to any actual cycle infrastructure.

Earnock St has pedestrian access to Burnbank Road, but only away from Hamilton town centre. No provision for cycling.

Space for motoring, but only one bus at the bus stop at a time please! And no-one will want to walk to the bus stop from this direction. Someone did cycle along the dual carriageway just after I'd taken the photo, in all the proper cycling ... [more]

Space for motoring. Even the pedestrian infrastructure is pretty flaky, leading to people walking along the verge.

Across the Clyde Bridge.

Not good for cycling, not good for bussing.

Route (74) switches from the roadway of Ballantrae Road to the footway of Main Street. Lots of road markings.

A wider view of the toucan crossing shown in #89015 that leads only to the bus stop in the distance (beside the bus). The toucan crossings do not connect anywhere where it is legal to cycle other than the carriageway. The crossings are barr ... [more]

Despite the footway of the A89 not allowing cycling, and despite this crossing leading to nothing but a bus stop that does not have any bus services carrying bikes, a toucan crossing has been installed across Coatbridge Road. Does this come ... [more]

A messy join between old and new footways on Coatbridge Road.

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