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The route sign directs cyclists up a flight of steps at the new eatery, where once there was a path into the park (see #29467). This is not good enough!

A left-hook danger point where the cycle lane goes straight ahead (only to end at the next junction) and a left-turn sliproad has been provided for motorists to cut across the cycle lane without slowing down. Added to this, the 'Beware o ... [more]

Railing and kerb present obstacles to anyone wanting to cycle to residential Barrowfield Street, although the far end of the turning head does have a dropped kerb.

Barriers each side of the Clyde Gateway toucan crossing still present an obstacle to anyone using Baltic Street as a through route on a bike.

A mix of 'hazard' (on the pedestrian side) and 'cycleway' tactile paving slabs. They should all be the latter variety. The orientation is correct.

Lots of barriers outside Dalmarnock Station result in people cycling on the footway in order to get to the fancy path, such as is seen in #89937.

The Baltic Street alignment has been obstructed with railings both sides at the Clyde Gateway toucan crossing. This side doesn't even have a dropped kerb! See also #87992.

The way between Baltic St and the Clyde Gateway toucan crossing has been obstructed both sides with a railing. See also #87993.

A new bus shelter in the way of the Clyde Gateway cycle track, which has been crudely diverted around the side, without any footway widening. Madness!

The Clyde Gateway cycle track has been crudely diverted around the new bus shelter, but no extra land has been taken to make the footway any wider to compensate. The diverted markings have even been changed since they didn't leave any room ... [more]

'Allo 'allo 'allo, what do we have 'ere then? An inappropriately positioned bus shelter obstructing the cycle track, and no widening of the footway to compensate.

A very narrow section of Clyde Gateway cycle track past the back of a bus shelter, and poor visibility of motor traffic for merge onto carriageway where there is a left-hook risk at the Dunn Street multi-lane junction.

No cycle access from Reid Street designed into the Clyde Gateway cycle track (see also #71303).

One of the four bus shelters plonked on the Clyde Gateway cycle track, with the cycle track crudely diverted around it. Watch out for that lamppost! Bus shelter also hides cyclists merging onto carriageway just beyond, where there is a left ... [more]

Close-up of #71301, showing bus shelter with cycle track diverted around it.

One of the four bus shelters plonked on the Clyde Gateway cycle track, with the cycle track crudely diverted around as an afterthought. Seen closer in #71302. No cycle access to blocked-off side street.

The ramp up from the Clyde Walkway to the Clyde Gateway is still steep and cobbled, yet the new Police Headquarters has a shiny flight of steps!

Despite the money spent on the road and on the adjacent newly built Police Headquarters, the ramp for cycling down to the Clyde Walkway is still steep and cobbled.

Toucan crossing across Clyde Gateway next to Rutherglen Bridge, and access ramp to Clyde Walkway.

Crossing Polmadie Road to use the shared-use footway which continues on the opposite side of the road.

@magnatom @sallyhinch Lane already altered and a "sorry for the inconvenience" sign from @GlasgowCC [Update on #67338]

@magnatom @sallyhinch The solution (as long as you're not a pedestrian stepping off a bus?!) [Subsequently altered to #67380]

"Why don't cyclists use cycle paths" well done @GlasgowCC on new bus stop placement. #slowclap [A video of another bus shelter on the same road]

.@GlasgowCC - any idea who allowed new bus shelters to be plonked on cycle lanes in Dalmarnock area?. @S4CGlasgow

So, apparently this sort of thing is totally OK in Glasgow - Rutherglen Bridge - #glasgowcycleinfraday

@STVGlasgow @GlasgowCC Q3 if ur promoting cycle, why block paths like this? Soildwhite lines should not be crossed

The cycleway has been designed without any thought about the potential for conflict between passing cyclists and crossing-users waiting at the toucan crossing. And the side road has a fence and kerb across it, hindering access to the crossi ... [more]

A toucan crossing across the Clyde Gateway at Baltic Street, that is kerbed and fenced off from the street it is meant to reconnect (see also #59298).

A temporary sign that has not been placed on the cycleway.

This long groove across the Clyde Gateway/London Road junction is just waiting to catch someone's tyre.

New section of road in between Gallowgate and Biggar Street, with short mandatory cycle lane.

Transfer from footway to roadway on so-called East End Regeneration Route, approaching Gallowgate junction, showing potential for left hook.

Start of another section of cycle track on the so-called East End Regeneration Route, this one on the section approaching Parkhead, which is due to open in April 2012. Magnatom has produced a video featuring this section of route: http:/ ... [more]

Cycle track on so-called East End Regeneration Route reverts to on-road cycle lane at each junction. Could do with cycle symbols on cycle lane where motorists will be crossing it rather than just on run-off from footway. Start of this se ... [more]

No access to cycle track on so-called East End Regeneration Route from adjacent stopped-up streets

So-called East End Regeneration Route, with cycle track on footway in between junctions. Opposite end at #35701

End of route, without any end of route sign. Cyclists could be forgiven for thinking that route continues along footway.

Toucan crossing across motorway sliproad at Polmadie Street, including shuttering even though it can't be seen from any other crossing, and making it difficult to see on approach to crossing!

Confused tactiles on corner of New Rutherglen Road and Polmadie Road

Unmarked line-segregated footway cycle route on New Rutherglen Road, approaching Polmadie Road junction. Anonymous on-road cycle lane to ASL for cyclists going straight on, outside of left-turn lane for motorists.

End of EERR cycle route, cyclists to rejoin main carriageway. Ramp down to NCN 75 is at toucan crossing (see #31368), NCN 756 starts on far side of Rutherglen Bridge (see #31369).

End of footway section of cycle route on EERR, where route changes to on-road cycle lane for traffic signals, then reverts to the footway. Cyclists who want to turn right have to cross to lane 3 within ASL, which means during busy times wai ... [more]

Start of footway cycle route on EERR, with no connection to side street.

Lead-in into footway-cycling section on under-construction so-called East End Regeneration Route (which will link newly built M74 motorway with M8 and M80). (see also #29469)

Lead-in into Advance Stop Line at end of a footway-cycling section on under-construction so-called East End Regeneration Route (which will link newly built M74 motorway with M8 and M80). Fine as long as you're not turning right and the ligh ... [more]

Lead-in into Advance Stop Line at end of a footway-cycling section on under-construction so-called East End Regeneration Route (which will link newly built M74 motorway with M8 and M80). (see also #29469)

Is this the start/end of the shared use facility? Signage suggests it carries on but there is no further signage further east. (see also #29465) If this is indeed the start of the footway cycling section, why not make it like #29470 and av ... [more]

Shared use footway alongside A730 but this sign says to cycle on opposite side of footway from the others nearby, also no dividing line or buffer zone between cycleway and carriageway (as specified in Cycling By Design http://www.transports ... [more]

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