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Benches and an overflowing bin, but no cycle route signage at the junction of Ferry Road and the cycle path to Kelvinhaugh Road.

Placemaking (I think) at Ferry Road. Benches have been installed next to the bin, but still no restoration of direction signage (such as in #37216) for the cycle routes.

No clearance of any of the muck covering up part of the NCN7 path next to the Clydeside Expressway.

The Glasgow Harbour "land bridge" (as it was described when it was first proposed) has subsidence issues.

I was surprised at how flimsy this barrier was, compared to all the others. Maybe there's a wall of steel barrier further on.

Narrow redesignated footway on expressway sliproad, with added fencing. When the fencing was installed, it blocked a dropped kerb at the toucan crossing ahead, but this had been resolved by the time I was there.

Preparing to shut the Stobcross Bridge for COP26.

Preparing to shut the Stobcross Bridge for COP26.

The path over the River Kelvin bridge is very narrow, so having this fence block sightlines onto it until the last moment before knowing whether the way is clear or not is rather unhelpful. #102680 illustrates the width. With the gate left ... [more]

"Doom awaits" - a fence blocking sightlines onto the narrow path across the River Kelvin expressway bridge. No such problems for drivers on the adjacent road. See also #175173.

The former NCN7 route at Pointhouse Road and the footbridge with steps over the Clydeside Expressway still form useful parts of the cycle network to differing degrees.

The Stobcross Bridge is to be shut during the COP26 conference for some sort of security reason.

The end of Port Street has cycle route signage, but no dropped kerb to access the path seemlessly.

The path next to the Clydeside Expressway at Skypark.

NCN7 alongside the Clydeside Expressway.

NCN7 alongside the Clydeside Expressway, with the right-hand verge encroaching onto the path.

There used to be a sign advising any cyclists on the westbound Clydeside Expressway that they needed to leave at this junction in order to access the Clyde Tunnel (due to the ban on cycling through the main Clyde Tunnel carriageways). Howev ... [more]

A couple of pop-up peak-hour bus lanes have been provided on the Springburn Road expressway. The shape of the start of the bus lane has already been altered.

A couple of pop-up peak-hour bus lanes have been provided on the Springburn Road expressway. Nothing has been done to improve the narrow shared-use footway.

The stepped footbridge across the Clydeside Expressway is no longer part of NCN7, but still hinders local journeys between Yorkhill and Bell's Bridge. The signpost is also unnecessarily obstructive for anyone going along the path.

A lamppost positioned in the worst place possible, in the middle of an already narrow path at a blind corner.

The shared-use footway alongside the Springburn Expressway

Motor traffic queuing across a toucan crossing at junction on the Springburn Expressway

A section of the path alongside the Clydeside Expressway has been resurfaced, replacing old broken paving slabs with asphalt.

The cycle path beside Egerton Street and beneath the expressway

See video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jngkJ-knGhQ Again, breaking "Highway code rule 163". http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_070314 And for those saying I should use the cycle path, can I remind you ... [more]

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