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Just your standard Advance Stop Line with a cycle lane approach that will be driven in by motorists using the pointless inside lane. And another van driver who has parked on the footway.

Car parking at the Kelvin Way junction still an on-going problem.

A very poorly maintained raised junction at the intersection of Bank Street and Glasgow Street. The paving blocks are very uneven and awkward to ride over.

A poor road environment on Sauchiehall Street at Charing Cross, leading to these two cycling on the footway and traffic island. And they weren't the only ones.

The Old Dumbarton Road cycleway appears to be nearing completion at long last. But still not clear how it integrates with anything else.

The Old Dumbarton Road cycleway appears to be nearing completion at long last.

A vandalised 20mph reminder sign, with a contradictory 30mph sign on the joining side road. Also, a commercial vehicle parked on the footway, including tactile paving, at the junction.

Was I imagining that this road got resurfaced last year? The sign for the junction ahead should show a crossroads, not just a junction on one side.

Crossing Theobalds Road,London

No cycle priority along Pinkston Road at minor side road crossing.

A new (not even open) cycleway alongside Pinkston Road, approaching its end before the railway bridge.

A new (not even open) cycleway alongside Pinkston Road, without priority crossing a side road.

A new (not even open) cycleway alongside Pinkston Road, at junction with Sighthill Avenue.

A new (not even open) cycleway alongside Pinkston Road, without priority crossing a side road.

Zebra crossing at a junction: quite rare. Bristol

The St Andrews Drive cycleway is physically rideable, but awaits completion of traffic signal works.

Cycles only beyond this point? The one on the nearside of the crossing should not be there, and signs to diagram 955 should have the bicycle symbol with the front wheel to the left. Just after I took the photo, a delivery van driver used … [more]

The narrow advisory cycle lanes on Highburgh Road are almost invisible. The section of road in the foreground has been resurfaced, and awaits the reinstatement of road markings.

Highburgh Road, resurfaced, but awaiting reinstatement of road markings besides the stop lines for the toucan crossing.

The narrow advisory cycle lanes on Highburgh Road are almost invisible. The section of road in the foreground has been resurfaced and awaits the reinstatement of road markings.

The new Stockingfield Bridge awaiting opening.

A surface dressing has been applied to the now closed to motor traffic George Square East, outside the City Chambers.

Work continues on the Gorbals Street cycleway, which will form part of the South City Way.

End of painted cycle lane on resurfaced Main Street, Milngavie. No improvements to road layout. Still no obvious way to get to the start of the Bears Way protected cycleway across the other side of the roundabout.

Painted cycle lane on resurfaced Main Street, Milngavie. No improvements to road layout. The cycle lane is noticably narrower after the bus stop.

Painted cycle lane on resurfaced Main Street, Milngavie. No improvements to road layout.

Start of southbound painted cycle lane on resurfaced Main Street, Milngavie. No improvements to road layout.

Path junction where the West Highland Way turns left. The route to the right leads to the library pond.

A turn marked for the West Highland Way, but the path straight ahead also leads in that direction.

The second part of the junction in #185740. Both paths lead to Milngavie town centre, although the one on the left is probably best for cycling. The West Highland Way is marked by a waymarker post beyond the junction.

A multiway junction on the West Highland Way in Milngavie.

Not again! A driver parking in the cycle lane on University Avenue, and across part of the junction mouth of Kelvin Way.

Oakfield Road, Davenport

Damage to a sign post and a wrecked cycle stand, while the Fire Path markings on the traffic island are almost unreadable.

The 20mph outside the school ends and reverts to 30mph half way along the school building.

Anyone not turning left must leave the protected cycle lane and use the anonymous advance stop line.

Brocco Street, Sheffield

Endcliffe Vale Road

Broad Lane, Sheffield

The West Mains Road cycleway at the Kirktonholme Road junction. The crossing is out of alignment from the main cycleway, and 'ahead only' signs displayed on bollards ban cycle left turns into Kirktonholme Road. Why?

The gap between the old cycle network in East Kilbride and the new cycle network in East Kilbride is four lampposts' worth of road. Note the tyre tracks in the grass.

The big cycle traffic signals have been replaced by little ones.

Slow progress on the South City Way cycle route at the Cumberland Street junction.

I'm all for reducing pole clutter, but really signs should be above head height.

While the two crossings on Maryhill Road are pedestrian crossings, the crossing on the Hopehill Road side of the junction is a toucan crossing.

Another 'Cycles only' sign on University Avenue. The solid line of the mandatory cycle lane extends over part of the junction too.

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

An Advance Stop Line without its cycle symbol, on Byres Road. The motor-based tourism signage has not been altered since Kelvin Way has been shut to motor traffic.

[Image taken 8.5.22] Looking towards York from close to the access to NCN65 from Rawcliffe Bar Country Park. Position very approximate. [Note: No street view at this location.] Context: #176152. The alternative route during the Clifton Ings … [more]

Cycle parking on Argyle Street, plus some random driver failing to yield to pedestrians crossing the road.

With the local elections approaching, I'd have thought that there would be a little more urgency to get the cycle routes that have been built already properly up and running, but no, the Argyle Street crossing has been rebagged. (See also … [more]

A poignant tribute to 48-year-old Darren Maironis, of Tyldesley, who died at this junction in summer 2021.

An off-side cycle lane on Hopehill Road. I'm not sure what this is for.

Construction of the rebuilt modal filter at North Woodside Road is nearly complete. The road and pedestrian traffic signals have been brought into use, but the cycle signals are still bagged up.

I'm still none the wiser as to why the path going around the outside of the fenced playpark has been surfaced with pebbles in a plastic mesh (see #175035). This is not easy to cycle on.

The Drumchapel Way meets the new Garscadden Burn flood prevention construction work, at the foot of the ramped steps from Belsyde Avenue.

A second new bridge across the Garscadden Burn (out of view ahead down the hill) has been provided on this path from Belsyde Avenue to Southdeen Avenue, but this section of path has not been improved. The Drumchapel Way crosses from right … [more]

A new path to Southdeen Avenue, but the connection to Glenkirk Drive behind the camera is via a flight of steps. The Drumchapel Way crosses from right to left.

A new playpark, picnic benches, and a section of unfinished path heading towards Southdeen Avenue. The path from Kinfauns Drive crosses and connects to the original route of the Drumchapel Way to the left.

A couple of new paths have appeared following the Scottish Water works. The path to the right joins Southdeen Avenue, while the path to the left joins the original waymarked route of the Drumchapel Way. Despite waymarker posts at Kinfauns … [more]

[UPDATE: 20.6.22 I saw all the holes had been filled.] [Image taken 8.3.22] Duncombe Place/Museum Street/Blake Street/St Leonard's Place junction, York. The tarmac at this critical junction is either damaged (as here), or patched. This area … [more]

The half decent cycleway on North Parade, Grantham comes to an ignominious end at this horrible junction where you are confronted with the one-way gyratory system coming at you.

Manthorpe Road, Grantham

Market Place, Grantham from the Angel and Royal Hotel.

View of Ferensway from a fourth floor hotel room.

View of Ferensway from a fourth floor hotel room.

Barton Road, Nuneaton

Erased markings at the junction of the Old Dumbarton Road, Benalder Street and Ferry Road cycleways. The plans used in the consultation period showed a mini-roundabout!

The Benalder Street cycleway crosses Old Dumbarton Road without priority.

The finished state of the end of the Benalder Street cycleway does not involve traffic signals after all, and an upside down Give Way triangle is all that assists cyclists in rejoining the flow of traffic.

Unlike the approach taking at the previous junction, the crossings of the Old Dumbarton Road cycleway at the Ferry Road junction do not involve tactile paving on the cycleway and instead only have crossing tactiles at the pedestrian sides. … [more]

The Old Dumbarton Road cycleway still has incorrect corduroy (Hazard) tactile paving, and for some manoeuvers from Bunhouse Road, it is so close to the junction that cyclists will still be turning when crossing it. Leaf and other autumn … [more]

The Bunhouse Road cycleway crosses Old Dumbarton Road without priority, and illegal parking restricts visibility.

Although now completely unbagged, the cycle traffic signal at Bunhouse Road doesn't seem to ever change to green.

Although now completely unbagged, the cycle traffic signals at the end of Argyle Street don't seem to ever change to green. The approach is still a mess.

Rauhehorst is a spoke to the wheel around Oldenburg. Signs at the junction with Vahlenhorst, leading to the Universität Oldenburg and Bloherfelde. See also #178765

The end of the new two-way cycleway on Hamilton Road and transition to one-way with-flow protected cycle lanes beyond the junction.

The cycle lanes on London Road stop short of each junction, and in this case. motor traffic is instructed to use the inside lane for continuing straight ahead.

The replacement Clyde Place cycleway is finally open. Here it meets the South West City Way.

How is anyone meant to read this sign on the approach to the junction?

The Benalder Street/Argyle Street crossing still awaits commissioning, and signage for former car parking spaces awaits removal. New works have started on the Snow Bridge across the junction, making access trickier.

A randomly pointing cycle route sign, no road markings, and a car parked on a marked tactile crossing.

No further progress on reinstating the road markings at the newly rebuilt Old Dumbarton Road/Ferry Road/Benalder Street junction. All of the pedestrians visible are walking on the cycle track and not the narrow footway.

The cycle traffic signals for the Bunhouse Road/Argyle Street crossing still await commissioning.

Neighbours in #Islington please be aware the top end of Noel Road is closed due to a car having been driven into a house. @CycleIslington I hope nobody was hurt 🙏 https://t.co/DUU2YPskcO

Not much evidence of there being a COP26 diversion route around this corner.

A parked van blocking access to the new cycleway on Benalder Street.

Looking for further diversion signs to continue from #175406, but none were visible.

"Diversion cyclists dismount" on Waterloo Street. No explanation as to where the diversion leads (other than an NCN7 emblem), or any obvious reason why cyclists might need to dismount. There were no further signs to be seen further along … [more]

The cycle route diversion sign on the left-hand side of the road is not particularly noticable from the West City Way cycleway.

No Left Turn from Blythswood Street into the Waterloo Street two-way cycle track.

Back to business as usual with the traffic racing round the Benalder Street/Old Dumbarton Road junction.

The Benalder Street cycleway has now been connected to the Old Dumbarton Road cycleway, with the installation of the raised crossing. The old lamppost seen in #174295 has been removed.

The Old Dumbarton Road cycleway has now been cleared of obstructions at the Ferry Road junction. The raised crossing has been installed and awaits lining. Some bollards might be in order too.

Unusably bad soft segregation has been put in on Argyle Street for the COP26 diversion route, and is dangerous for various reasons, including lorry parking right up to the pedestrian crossing point blocking sight lines. See also #175137.

Soft segregation has been put in on Argyle Street for the COP26 diversion route, but is of such poor quality that it is worse than useless. See also #175139.

"Park only in marked bays" on Kelvin Way.

It was interesting watching (from the other side of the junction) the differing strategies employed by drivers when confronted with traffic signals where both the red lights were faulty. The impatient ones assumed wrongly that the signals … [more]

The closure at the eastern end of Overnewton Street does not provide for through cycling, the cycle parking stands are past their best, and the driver on Haugh Road has no respect for the road markings.

The protracted roadworks to rebuild and extend the Old Dumbarton Road cycleway continue. The https://www.roadworksscotland.org/ website said the road closure to create the raised junction would have started by 7 October and Get Ready … [more]

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