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Access from Drumoyne Road industrial estate to the path to Meiklewood Road.

Caged area with covered racks, looks a bit unloved but is in use.

A poor end to the footway from The Antonine Road at the Goals access road, part of the Drumchapel Way signed walking route.

I'm sure a better entrance to this path could be built at Knightscliffe Avenue. The plot to the left was only recently rebuilt.

A footway alongside the A9 at Beancross. A gap in the cycle network between Falkirk and Grangemouth.

A new path has been provided around house-building works, but has been blocked by fallen security fences.

The railway crosses the canal here and blocks the towpath. There are steps up to an adjacent road bridge to the right (see #101516).

The path beneath the A8(M) motorway bridge.

The path alongside the A8 dual carriageway is closed from here to Shawhead due to subsidence. But no diversion is signed and there is no indication at the previous junction that this path is therefore a dead-end. See also #99662.

I remember being told by a council official how planning gain was going to be used to help develop the cycle route network in Glasgow. I don't think anything beneficial happened as a result of the new housing on the left.

The path into Richmond Park doesn't actually connect to the main part of the path at the moment due to further house building.

Fence blocks access to Station Road East from Ash Vale station Location: , Ash (England, United Kingdom)

The new bridge over the A8 and M8 for Bredisholm Road is still not quite ready! Note that the sign on the left says it's a No Through Road, but the sign on the right gives destinations reachable via this road. Highly illogical! But no me ... [more]

I don't know why this path wasn't made wider, placed further away from the fence, and asphalted. Too narrow to pass anyone without that person stepping aside.

The north end of Brock Road has the same problem as the Brock Burn path, but is slightly nearer to the zebra crossing at the health centre.

The nearest proper pedestrian crossing to the end of the Brock Burn path is at the far side of the bus station, with continuous pedestrian guard railing all the way there.

The nearest end of the pedestrian guard railing is around the corner from the end of the Brock Burn path, where there is a traffic island crossing point.

The north end of the Brock Burn path is blocked by about 150m of continuous pedestrian guard rail. There needs to be a pedestrian crossing here to make it a viable route to the Silverburn Shopping Centre. See also #90961 and #90962.

The new bridge over the railway line at Bredisholm Road is not finished.

A new toucan crossing on Beith Street for the new Lidl store, but needlessly difficult to get to from Anderson Street due to its position and all the clutter, including kerbs, in the way.

Shared footway in Holytown narrowed by works alongside.

Cycle parking at Holytown station. A bit close to the fence.

The Surrey Street alignment into what was Stirlingfauld Place is now blocked by the new development. Just as well the South City Way will provide a cycle route on the parallel main road then!

A path that is still open during the Sighthill redevelopment, alongside Port Dundas Basin.

The path ahead is blocked off where it meets Hallside Road, so the only option is left down some steps onto Walnut Gate.

So I guess anyone seeing the state of the track ahead will be on the lookout for evidence that the cycle route does turn here, but still the sticker on the fencepost behind the mesh is not nearly adequate signage. The whole corner could be ... [more]

I can't help thinking that this sharp corner could somehow have been avoided.

Needlessly narrow access to the south end of Gloucester Road. Around the corner are four tightly-spaced bollards with a Cyclists Dismount sign. The parallel Field Road path has no such width restriction.

01_2016_041 Cycle route alongside the A27, near Chichester, January 2016

Concrete strip and broken fence across path at road crossing.

Path to Raigmore Estate at Beechwood Business Park

Path towards Beechwood Business Park and Inshes, next to Raigmore Hospital.

Path between Inshes and Raigmore Estate.

Wilton Street is blocked midway by a fence.

NCN75 closed for construction of the Smartbridge (seen in background), with diversion via Dalmarnock backstreets.

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).

Construction work on one of the gates that will shut off NCN75 during the Commonwealth Games. Temporary lighting has also been provided on this normally unlit path.

One of the gates that will shut off NCN75 during the Commonwealth Games. The diversion route is to the right, seen at #59288.

The Commonwealth Games fence narrowing the Cairncraig Street path. Cyclists trying to follow NCN75 will be diverted up here come the 'lock down' period covering the event.

Road closure in Springfield Road for Commonwealth Games. This is also a diversion route for NCN75 which will be shut during the games.

Cycle parking on Leith Walk, behind a fence. None on the opposite side of the road, e.g. outside the mini-supermarket.

Partially fenced off subsidence on path constructed under Safer Routes to Schools programme. The newer fencing has been painted black. There is cracking in the asphalt most of the way down this path.

This used to be a straight across toucan crossing. Now it's an obstacle course over a split toucan at the side of the supermarket road junction.

The shared-use footway alongside the Springburn Expressway

Line of shared-use footway obstructed by parked advertisement trailer at abandoned petrol station.

Temporary closure of the Kelvin Walkway due to cracking appearing in path high above river bank.

Temporary closure of Kelvin Walkway due to cracking appearing on section of path high above the riverbank. The diversion is via Garrioch Road.

Detour around fence

Temporary closure of cycle path beneath Walton Vale, which was signed at previous junction

The barrier dividing the car park from the path in Eastham Country Park has a small gap near the end to allow people through

The cycle parking at Inverkip station is very close to the fence, limiting locking options.

Narrow, right up against a fence, poles on both sides, and straight into the waiting area for a toucan crossing. Is this what I pay my taxes for?

Fence blocking end of path at Allander Road, forcing cyclists to squeeze through narrow gap to get to dropped kerb and onto road.

Cycle parking stands at Crookston station, right next to fence

Will a new path entrance be formed here to Drumpellier Lawns housing estate when the temporary fencing is removed, or will a permanent fence go up, blocking the opportunity for a connection to a quiet road route into Glasgow?

No cycling Location: Mortimer Street, Trowbridge.

There's no doubting it's 'End of Route' -- there's a fence in the way!

Instead of bollards for filtering access in Oldenburg there put these much more visible fence pieces inplace. While they reduce throughput capacity, they are much more visible than bollards which can easily be overlooked when other cyclists ... [more]

Cyclists can no longer join or leave the Colleges Cycle Route at this point on North Hanover Street (see also #31792)

After two pieces of wood were put in place here on Route 51 some eight months ago, to block off this dead-end path, only one remains attached. It was assumed they were temporary blocks before something more attractive and permanent was put ... [more]

Former Erskine Bridge access path blocked by fence at new garden centre. All access is now from the bus layby on the main road where there isn't even a dropped kerb.

Fenced off cycle parking

Cycle parking in Berkeley Street, near Mitchell Library

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