Donate using PayPal

Tags: highpetergate

You may also be interested in the automatic categorisation listings and themed galleries.

[Image taken 24.10.22] Looking into High Petergate from the junction with Duncombe Place, York. Since March 2020 it's been open to cyclists at all times - in the direction of the arrow/towards the camera. … [more]

[Image taken 2.7.22] Bootham, junction with Gillygate – left - looking towards Bootham Bar, York. In March 2020, High Petergate (linking Bootham, the inner ring road behind the camera position) and the non motorised traffic users route … [more]

[Image taken 18.6.22] Bootham Bar, St Leonard's Place/High Petergate, York. Context and links: #183638. The Council's A board policy (aimed at businesses) says: "There is a necessity to … [more]

Bootham Bar, St Leonard's Place/High Petergate, York. A Pride sign restricts and obstructs the route for all users. The tarmac is max 67cm on the left and 80cm on the right. There is a height difference between the road and the paving on … [more]

[Image taken 7.6.22] Bootham Bar/High Petergate, York. Once again a driver is stopped in front of the bollard. This means legitimate users of the route (cyclists/hire e-scooter riders) cannot pass through. Filtered permeability only works … [more]

[Image taken 13.5.22] Bootham Bar/High Petergate, York. This delivery driver is obstructing the bollards that keep the route open to people on cycles and possibly also mobility scooter and wheelchair users as the pavements are narrow. There … [more]

[Image taken 10.5.22] Precentor’s Court/High Petergate, at the filtered permeability junction with Minster Yard, York. The driver (engine running) was parked across the cycle lane preventing its use and blocking all sightlines. Context and … [more]

[Image taken 23.4.22] Precentor’s Court/High Petergate, at the filtered permeability junction with Minster Yard, York. Bollards are used to protect routes closed to motor traffic but open to active modes (cycling, walking, wheelchairing…) … [more]

[Image taken on 5.4.22] High Petergate, York. A Kettwiesel recumbent trike - see another example : #182744 ( It has panniers and a box. It is also used for touring? Was it in use … [more]

[Image taken on 5.4.22] High Petergate, York. Sheffields – all in use. There’s no room for the cargo cycle in the background. There was no room for my cycle: I leant it against bollards while I took this image. Context and comments this … [more]

[Image taken 31.10.21] High Petergate junction with Duncombe Place. After a couple of hours of heavy rain the road and the cycle parking (toastrack, Sheffields) are full of heavy, wet, slippery leaves. (Note that streetview does not yet … [more]

[Image taken 31.10.21] High Petergate, York. Context: #175434 and links.

[Image taken 31.10.21] High Petergate, York. Since 2020, following lobbying by the York Cycle Campaign ( this route is open in one direction (from the arch in the background … [more]

[Image taken 11.8.21] Junction of Duncombe Place (High Petergate, Low Petergate, Precentor's Court) and Minster Yard, York. Fed up with drivers (for example: #171728) blocking the permeable entry/exit with the cycle-ped sign including the … [more]

[Image taken 4.7.21] High Petergate, junction with Duncombe Place, York. Sheffields (this design of cycle rack) added earlier this year are now protected with bollards either end. This is good practice. Nearby are unprotected racks - and in … [more]

[Image taken 8.5.21] Duncombe Place, York. There’s shared use space for the full length of the Minster on this side. This means it’s permeable for people on foot or cycling between Duncombe Place or High Petergate (Bootham Bar end) and … [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] Bootham/Gillygate York is not a straightforward junction. On a cycle it can be hairy. No, it can be hazardous. The oncoming drivers (from St Leonard's Place, in the Bootham turn lane) have a blind corner due to the … [more]

We welcome your feedback, especially to report bugs or give us route feedback.

My comments relate to: *

Your comments: *
URL of page: *
How did you find out about CycleStreets?:
Your name:
Our ref: Please leave blank - anti-spam measure

* Items marked with an asterisk [*] are required fields and must be fully completed.