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Tatara Ohashi Bridge Location: , Imabari-shi (Ehime Prefecture, Japan)

On the island of the Groby Road, Glenfield Way, New Parks Way roundabout.

The cycle route uses the island of the roundabout.

The crossing island is too small for a cycle to stop. You must cross the road in one go

Jeju cycle path Location: Jaeju-Do, South Korea Jeju island, South Korea.

NCN12 where it joins NCN61 at the north end of Old Hatfield. NCN12 turns right to head north to Welwyn Garden City. Island crossing of road enabling each lane to be crossed separately with clear signs. View going south can be seen ... [more]

Junction where NCN12 leaves NCN61 and goes south via Old Hatfield. Central island big enough for bikes with clear signs. View in other direction on NCN12 in #74074

Baltic cycleroute in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, see also #67652. Location: , Redentin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

Baltic coast cycle route in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. See also #67651. Location: , Redentin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

The segregated cycleway alongside the access road to Poel peninsula is, unlike the rest of the cycleway from Wismar, close to the main carriageway, as there is in places little space between the Baltic Sea and the Salzhaff, see also #67650. ... [more]

The segregated cycleway alongside the access road to Poel peninsula is, unlike the rest of the cycleway from Wismar, close to the main carriageway, as there is in places little space between the Baltic Sea and the Salzhaff. See also #67651. ... [more]

Segregated, raised cycleway on the access to Poel Island, with a litter bin for passing cyclists. See also #67608 Location: Kalsow (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

Pleasant cycleway alongside a tree lined road on Poel Island, segregated and raised. Location: , Faehrdorf (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

Will be another bus-stop bypass on Huntingdon Rd. Island built, cycleway next. I passed this on a bike while bus was in stop. Constant stream of 30mph traffic which I had to merge into. Certainly reminded me why the bypass is needed!

Kerb close-up of segregated cycleway. Pavement on right of photo, island bus-stop on left. Angled kerb on left after bus-stop shows what hybrid join with road will look like.

Bus stop as an island with a cyclepath behind it.

Floating bus stops with shelters on narrow islands in Stadskanaal. A two-way segregated pavement cycleway goes past behind the bus stop. There is no pavement at the bus stop on the opposite (canal) side of the road. See also #59412

Floating bus stops with shelters on narrow islands in Stadskanaal. A two-way segregated pavement cycleway goes past behind the bus stop. There is no pavement at the bus stop on the opposite (canal) side of the road. See also #59413.

Floating bus stop with island shelter and a one-directional segregated pavement cycleway passing behind it. See also #59406.

Floating bus stop with island shelter and a one-directional pavement cycleway passing behind it. See also #59407.

Busy bus stop with a shelter behind the cycleway, which bus passengers have to cross to board a bus. This bus stop is on Oldenburg's ring road, near the theatre, see also #59279 and #50601.

Busy bus stop with a shelter behind the cycleway, which bus passengers have to cross to board a bus. This bus stop is on Oldenburg's ring road, near the theatre.

Busy bus stop with a shelter and a cycleway behind it, which bus passengers have to cross. This bus stop is located on Oldenburg's ring road by the "Pulverturm".

Busy bus stop with a shelter and a cycleway behind it, which bus passengers have to cross. This is located on Oldenburg's ring road, near castle square.

Large bus stop with a shelter and a cycleway behind it, which bus passengers have to cross.

Floating busstop in Oldenburg, with a shelter on the island and a cycleway behind it.

Segregated pavement cycleway passing between bus stop and footway on Kingsway in Brighton. See other examples of pavement cycleways behind bus stops: http://cycle.st/p59204,59203,59202,55586,58981,50601,50608,50103,50623

Pavement cycleway passing behind a bus stop on Barton Road in Cambridge. See other examples of cycleways behind bus stops: http://cycle.st/p59203,59202,55586,58981,50601,50608,50103,50623

Pavement cycleway passing behind an island bus stop shelter on Barton Road in Cambridge. See other examples of cycleways behind bus stops: http://cycle.st/p59204,59202,55586,58981,50601,50608,50103,50623

Cylist stopping on the narrow traffic island at the Milton Road / Gilbert Road junction. See also #56805

Having successfully given way at the works entrance on #53818, cyclists are then told to dismount to cross the road, via a caged central island.

The lifts are small and the guide channel dysfunctional. People have to carry their bikes up the stairs.

Another horrible road island - making a squeeze point when motor vehicles try to pass cyclists.

Cowichan Bay - parking and Share The Road sign

The Kinsol Trestle - to be restored as a link in the Trans-Canada Trail [June 2012 - you can now cross the trestle]

Abandoned railway - future route of the Trans-Canada Trail

Map of future Trans-Canada Trail route and the long-term diversion around Kinsol Trestle

Map of future Trans-Canada Trail route and the long-term diversion around Kinsol Trestle

Abandoned railway leading to the Kinsol Trestle (future Trans-Canada Trail)

P1060958 Location: , Sittingbourne (England, United Kingdom)

Thames Path in Henley-on-Thames towards Temple island (left).

This low splitter island, just raised a few mm above the general road level, is effective in channeling traffic and detering cyclists from cutting the corner when approaching Carter Bridge, but does not prevent large vehicles (eg bin lorrie ... [more]

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