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No space for cycling on this riverside path in Kingston

NCN route 4 approaching Kingston

Segregated cycleway on Kingston bridge, with cycists also on the footway to beat the Christmas shopping crowds.

Roads in central Kingston were closed on Saturday for Christmas shopping, with no allowance made for cyclists.

No space for cycling on this riverside path in Kingston

Cut-through in Kingston

Roads in central Kingston were closed on Saturday for Christmas shopping, with no allowance made for cyclists.

Bikes, buses and taxis only here in central Kingston

Cut-through in Kingston

Cycle parking, Kingston

I assume this No Cycling sign has been turned around.

Limited cycle parking at Kingston library

Contraflow cycle lane on Fairfield West, Kingston

Cycle and pedestrian crossing across the Kingston inner relief road

Short cut to road crossing, Kingston

No Entry Except Cycles on London cycle routes 33 and 74

London Cycle Routes 33 and 74 on a bus/bike/taxi-only route

London Cycle Route 75 crossing the Kingston inner relief road

London Cycle Route 75 crossing the Kingston inner relief road to join a bus & bike-only road

London Cycle Route 75 crossing the Kingston inner relief road

Shared-use footway and crossing by the Kingston inner relief road

Road closure at the Kingston inner relief road

Route signs at the north end of Springfield Road bridge

London Cycle Route 75 entering Kingston across the Springfield Road bridge

London Cycle Route 75 entering Kingston across the Springfield Road bridge

London Cycle Route 75 approaching the Springfield Road bridge into Kingston

London Cycle Route 75 turns right at this roundabout

Route signs on the edge of Kingston

Short-cut to the junction of cycle routes to Surbiton and Kingston

The almost vanished green surface marks a short-cut to the junction of cycle routes to Surbiton and Kingston

Double-deck storage space for cars at Kingston Hospital, but very little provision for cycling.

Traffic-free route past St Agatha's School - but a link along the northern edge of the playing feilds to the crossing on Park Road would give even better access for pupils.

Traffic-free route past St Agatha's School

Two types of cycle parking at St Agatha's School - covered stands to the left and two sets of wheelbenders to the right.

Traffic-free route past St Agatha's School

Artifical and unnecessary barrier.

Excellent new cycle shop and café between Ham and Kingston

New cycle link?

Cycleway to Canbury Gardens

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