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A bit of a stroll down Princes Street to see the - wait, what do we call these things? - to enable cycles to cross tram tracks.

New sticking plasters at Edinburgh tramlines

Cycleway junction near Edinburgh Park station.

Cycleway tramway crossing on route 8.

Route 8 crosses the tramway, while the speed limit sign has gained an "except buses, taxis & cycles" plate!

The view looking west along Edinburgh Family Network route 8, at the junction with the path to Saughton tram stop.

The junction of the Edinburgh Family Network route 8 and the path to Saughton tram stop. The white line on the main path has been erased for a short section. The toucan crossing across Saughton Road is arranged somewhat better than at … [more]

Cycle parking and signage at Saughton tram stop

York Place beside the tram terminus

Traffic on Princes Street, and "(Cyclists) Caution Tram Tracks" sign hidden behind traffic signal head.

NCN75 on North St Andrew Street

NCN75 on North St Andrew Street

NCN75 on North St Andrew Street.

Words fail me. NCN75.

Cycle parking stands at the Gyle Centre tramstop

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign on the path approaching Gyle Centre tramstop. The cycle parking is at the far end of the platform.

Multi-stage caged toucan crossing across tramway and dual carriageway on South Gyle Broadway. It's clear what the local council's priorities are here. The observant will notice that the crossing call-button panel is for a pedestrian … [more]

More cabinets (see #60679) on approach to toucan crossing and tramway level crossing.

A shared-use footway with no separation from the carriageway, and just minimal warning outside tramstop.

Sign for disabled parking and sub-station access, but no mention of the cycle parking (see #60674)

Cycle parking at Ingliston Park & Ride tram stop, very close to the edge of the tarmac.

Puffin crossing (not toucan) on Balgreen Road outside tramstop, which forms part of Edinburgh's cycle route 8.

Cycle parking and path at Balgreen tram stop.

Path junction near Balgreen tram stop

The cycleway alongside the tramway at Carrick Knowe

While including a cycle track alongside this section of the tramway is commendable, planting the lighting columns within the width of the path is not.

Path closed

The tramway cycle path shares a flyover with the actual tramway. If only this happened at the road crossings further west! It would have been even better if they'd not mounted the lighting columns within the width of the path.

Ramp down from tramway crossing (see #49593) to cycle path at roadside

Tramway crossing on main tramway cycle path, and ramp down to path alongside road (see also #49594)

Wheeling ramps at sides of steps to tramway crossing

Another road crossing on the tramway cycle path, this time away from the tram flyover

Toucan crossing underneath tram bridge. A great place to cross the road!

Tramway cycle path closed off, even though it looks like work has been completed

Tramway cycle path alongside road with random 'No Entry' sign.

The tramway goes over a flyover but the cycleway goes through an obstacle course at road crossing, to improve riders' skills presumably! UPDATE: See #56279 - now work has finished they've replaced the yellow bollard with a thinner black … [more]

Dismount here?

The tramway cycle path looks worn out and in need of resurfacing!

The 'bus/taxi/cycle only' signs have been painted out and replaced with 'No Entry except local buses'. Why?

Closed tramway cycle path beyond Edinburgh Park station and tramstop

Cycle path alongside tramway closed. It also looks like an unnecessarily steep ramp away from the path junction

Cycle path next to tram route between Carrick Knowe and Broomhouse

The stationary Edinburgh tram - a symbol of the city's failure to deliver a transport system.

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