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Malago Greenway, Bristol

Malago Greenway, Bristol

Tractor blowing leaves into the ditch at an edge of Jesus Green:

[NOTE: While taking images here: #191289 I asked one of the people cycling on what is a pavement why he used that route. He said he had, at different times, broken his shoulder and an arm on the spiral slope. He said his friends with … [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]

@UrbanistTOC @FrisealMacRab @MyGlasgowCC @digmundfreud @GlasgowCC Hi @MyGlasgowCC Can you tell us how we get the cycleway on Govan Road cleared of wet slippery leaves? Is there actually a reporting mechanism which will elicit action? … [more]

[UPDATE 27.4.23: Cycle sign is missing/has been removed: #193435] [Image from 28.12.22 shows the problem of water collecting here has not been resolved: #188968.] [UPDATE: The leaves here and along the length of Railway Walk and on the … [more]

Leaves on the busway cycleway.

[Image taken 3.11.21] Burton Stone Lane, York. Wet leaves may be pretty but they are also pretty slippery for people on foot and cycles (see also: #175434). Other image here today: #175479.

[NOTE: 8.12.22. Re-reported today. My chain of emails about the issues here goes back to December 2018. Though that may not be the earliest report.][Image taken 31.10.21] Leeman Road, junction with Station Avenue, York. Context and links: … [more]

[Image taken 31.10.21] Leeman Road, junction with Station Avenue, York. The issues with surface water collecting here have not been resolved. (Previous image: #171908 and link.) Leaves obscure any hazards beneath them and create a slip … [more]

Slow for the incorrect tactile paving and portaloo.

The brand new cycleway on Old Dumbarton Road covered in leaves.

The raised crossing at the junction of Old Dumbarton Road and Bunhouse Road is now in place. The tyre-grabbing incorrect tactile paving is still in place on the cycleway.

One of a number of piles of leaves in the Great Western Road pop-up cycle lane, and a goods vehicle being unloaded completely obstructing the cycle lane.

Route signs and temporary diversion signs for the Stockingfield canal towpath closure. Lots of leaves are rotting away, awaiting being swept off the Kelvin Walkway.

Dislodged armadillos sitting in the gutter along with the leaves.

I know this is temporary, but I think more effort could be made to tidy up this transition between the South City Way cycle track and the road at the north end of Pollokshaws Road.

Blazing vine Location: , Cambridge District (England, UK) England can't compete with New England's autumn colours but all around Cambridge the vines are catching fire. Most of them are on venerable college buildings, but this beauty is on … [more]

A good quality of path surface, but it needs a good sweep!

A good surface but could do with a sweep.

Parts of the Kelvin Walkway could do with a sweep and having the low-hanging branches cut back.

Active travellers on foot and bike, your leafy shared use path of safety must be rendered useless cos the three lanes of important motorists have to be informed. @CalumCook91 @GoBikeGlasgow

A very messy cycleway.

This bus stop has been deemed important enough for road markings. There is a large secondary school off to the left.

Leaves taking over the full width of the cycle lane.

Intensifying leaves. Again, the position of the short-lived segregated cycle lane is clear from the marks on the carriageway. The current end of the westbound cycle lane is visible on the right.

The only person on a bike I'd seen since the town centre passed while I was photographing this pile of leaves.

More leaves in the Holmston Road cycle lane, and another convoy of cars approaching.

Car parked in Holmston Road cycle lane at entrance to riverside walkway.

On the climb to the top of the hill one is rewarded with leaves and regular car parking in the cycle lane.

End of the resurfaced section of Holmston Road, and it is clear how little the segregated cycle lane impeded motor traffic.

Useless barriers blocking path, but motor vehicles driven across grass, turning it into mud, plus uncollected rubbish next to bin, and path still covered in autumn's unswept leaf fall, causing clothing to get covered in muck for anyone … [more]

Unswept path at Hendham Vale

I return from Romania where they have armies of street-cleaners sweeping up the dead leaves to this dangerous mulch in Cambridge - why are we so bad at maintaining basic infrastructure these days?

I return from Romania, where they have armies of street-cleaners sweeping up the dead leaves, to this dangerous mulch in Cambridge - why are we so bad at maintaining basic infrastructure these days?

After digging around in the leaves, this member of the study tour found a dropped kerb that may have been intended to allow cyclists to leave the carriageway and use the traffic island crossing to get across the road. But there is no … [more]

A gully right in the middle of the Bears Way cycle track at a bend near the Allander Sports Centre access road junction.

The Bears Way cycle track crosses the Allander Sports Centre access road with a (slightly) raised priority crossing.

Fallen leaves hiding broken asphalt and protruding manhole cover.

Entry 2 for #glasgowcycleinfraday. I fell off here a month ago. I reported. Nothing's been done.

Autumn leaves on the cycleway can be slippy.

The cyclist in #62731 starts away once the cycle signals have returned to red and signals for motor vehicles have changed to green.

A cyclist (the only Citybike hire bike rider I saw all day) watching the wrong signal and ignoring the cycle signals he's stopped beneath (see #62732).

Shared-use path in Longstanton

Narrow shared use pavement cycleway with post further narrowing.

Car parked on double yellow lines, partly blocking dropped kerb, and lots of leaves lying on footway where cyclists will need to make a tight turn going to and from the Anderston "Bridge To Everywhere" approach ramp.

No sweeping of leaves, leading to slippery surface on Kelvin Walkway/Cycleway

Another day, another sweeper. Leaves being removed from a 4 metre wide main cycle path in Assen

To me the cycle path already looked adequately empty of leaves. In the Netherlands cycle paths always do. All the time. However, here comes the leaf sweeper again just to make sure. 3 metre wide secondary cycle path behind a residential … [more]

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