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The path from the Waterloo Road car park ends at the Aldi car park, but another path connects across to Ferncliffe Road. Hazard tactiles have been used in place of cycleway tactiles.

The line-segregated path ends and the cycle route to the station continues through the Waterloo Road car park.

An unusual rectangular sign for a line-segregated footway, stuck in the middle of said footway. The markings ahead go onto the (eastbound) carriageway, while the sign ahead has cycles on the opposite side to the pedestrians compared to this ... [more]

An unusual rectangular sign depicting a line-segregated footway.

Was there ever a line segregating this shared footway on Bridge Lane along the side of Sainsbury's?

A narrow faded line segregated footway/cycleway for NCN routes 7 and 10 over the bridge on Bridge Street to get to the crossing. I don't know what standards this may meet. But three lanes for westbound motorists.

Route signs for the Clydebank North Circular Link cycleway along the A82 dual carriageway, at a toucan crossing across Kilbowie Road. But a short distance further on, there's a 'No Cycling' sign (see #107320).

Duntocher Road approaching the Kilbowie Roundabout, with access to the cycleway around the roundabout.

Kilbowie Road northbound approaching the Kilbowie Roundabout, including an access to the cycleway around the roundabout. A flush kerb (see #107322) was installed at each of the accesses to the cycleway at the insistence of the local cycling ... [more]

The Kilbowie Roundabout cycleway alongside the A82. Cross here to go south or to use the shared footway on the other side of the dual carriageway, or rejoin the eastbound carriageway.

The start of the Kilbowie Roundabout cycleway when coming from Kilbowie Road southbound. One presumes that the 'No Stopping Clearway' and 'Give Way to Pedestrians' signs aren't aimed at the same roaduser, even though they are mounted one ... [more]

Line segregation, apparently.

The start of the cycle route alongside Bo'ness Road in Grangemouth. The cycle side appears to be on the right rather than the left side of the line as the sign suggests.

@Warwickshire_CC @Warwick_DC who is responsible for this @bollocksinfra on Sydenham Drive, Leam? Are cyclists really supposed to dismount, walk 3m across the footpath junction, and then remount? Confusing and pointless. https://t.co/uMC0StC ... [more]

The signs say walk to the right of the line.

The newly built section of the Waterloo St cycle track has been surfaced with little stone blocks, and features this sharp deviation around a new layby. In the background is the toucan crossing across to the Anderston Bridge.

A brand new section of cycle track on Waterloo St, which has been surfaced with silly stone blocks, with little to distinguish it from the footway, unlike the rest of Waterloo St where the distinction is much clearer.

Literally nowhere else to park! (*not)

The end of the Ravenscraig cycleway and the provision at the A723/B7066 roundabout. Cyclists to merge onto the road, with sliplanes provided both sides. Hopefully this will be rectified when the road is dualled. A new footway/cycleway is pr ... [more]

The Ravenscraig cycleway joins the cycling provision at the A723/B7066 roundabout. There is no provision beyond the roundabout in any direction, so probably best to avoid the A723 northwards.

I don't think anyone will notice this repair...

The Ravenscraig cycleway at the northern crossing of Plantation Road, including provision for those going straight ahead and joining the carriageway.

The Ravenscraig cycleway passes a path across to Plantation Road.

The Ravenscraig cycleway crossing Plantation Road, with provision for anyone joining from the carriageway of Plantation Road. Note that cycleway markings haven't been reinstated after roadworks.

An 'End of Route' sign when the route clearly continues along New Craig Road. The route from here northwards uses the correct flat-topped tactiles and not the corduroy ones used across the junction southwards.

The most people I saw all day on bikes.

The sign and artwork outside the Ravenscraig sports centre.

The Ravenscraig cycleway outside the sports centre. The entrance is at the far end of the path, then double back to get to the cycle parking.

The cycleway through Ravenscraig crosses the access road to the sports centre. Corduroy 'hazard' tactiles are used on this section, rather than the correct flat-topped 'cycleway' type, and placed so close to the crossing that people on bike ... [more]

The cycle route alongside Robberhall Road.

End of the line-segregated cycleway through Ravenscraig. Why doesn't it continue through to Craigneuk St?

Crossing of Robberhall Road, which is signed for Edinburgh, so rather more than just a local road. This side is signed here as shared-use, the opposite side is the start of the line-segregated path through the Ravenscraig site to Carfin.

Posts, one of them seemingly just for the hell of it! All three cars were driven through the second red light as well.

The route just ends at the traffic signals before the M74 off-ramp junction, with a Give Way into the Advance Stop Line. It's hard to see any logic as to when cycle facilities are provided here. Westbound it is to cross the off-ramp, with n ... [more]

The toucan crossing call point post is completely obstructing the cycle side of the footway. If a post was put in a motorway lane like this, it would be flattened by someone driving into it.

The toucan crossing signal boxes are positioned so they face away from approaching users.

The start of the M74 junction cycleway on Cambuslang Road.

The M74 junction cycleway starts just after a slight road narrowing, so users will have to take a defensive road position to avoid being run over, in which case they could just continue on the road in such a position.

The cycleway carries along the footway as far as the next junction, then ends.

Toucan crossing call point post in the way of the cycle lane. Clearly the designer isn't interested in providing a useable facility, just tick-boxing.

A very tight turn around the call point post to get into the cycle lane.

The designer of this has obviously been watching too many Danny MacAskill videos! Footway/cycleway crossing M74 off-ramp.

The cycleway on the footway starts just after the first M74 on-ramp junction.

I didn't appreciate it at the time, but this is the junction of NCN1 and NCN51. The sign seems to have lost an arm since #27125 was taken.

Bollards in the NCN1 path.

NCN1 path down the side of the bowling alley.

The cycle track adjacent to Cowdray Avenue, with counter.

A minor sideroad crossing on the Cowdray Avenue cycle track. I don't think the Dutch would do it like this!

An 'End of Route' sign marks the end of this cycle route, but another route starts on the footway across the road. It can't be related to this one, can it?

A narrow line-segregated cycleway alongside the Westway. I wonder if the designer thinks it is possible to pass someone coming the other way without crossing the white line. But no-one is likely to get into trouble for doing so.

Poor sightlines at uncontrolled road crossing from narrow line-segregated cycleway.

Cycle path alongside Petrolea Close opposite retail park

The white line appears to suggest the cycle route crosses the road, but the shared use provision continues straight ahead.

Phase one of Access to Headington complete. Narrow on road lane replaced with shared footway. https://t.co/6BqtOy7yfp

Path towards Lancaster, needing swept of decaying leaf mess in several locations.

NCN69 path to Morecambe and the A589. I think the sign for NCN6 could be positioned closer to the toucan crossing.

The end of the inexplicable and abandoned cycleway on Saracen Street (see also #83824). Are cyclists expected to bump the kerb and use the ASL feeder?

An inexplicable and abandoned cycleway painted on the footway. No dropped kerb to get onto the footway, and none at the far end to leave it (see also #83825). No obvious purpose. (Google Streetview from 2008 shows this in all its glory.)

Could make a bus stop bypass here... Or home for a cup of tea? At Braehead, Glasgow. https://t.co/K0iXbWqoxl

Lit cycle path and sign, but no white line down the centre (see also #49598 around the corner)

Toucan crossing and shared-use footway on London Road, near Glasgow Green (see also #35606)

Line-segregated shared-use footway in Hillington Park, with Give Way markings at unused road-mouth

Line-segregated shared-use footway in Hillington Park. The route switches sides ahead (see #47473) but this raised junction traffic calming would make a better location to cross, since motor traffic slows down here.

Random start to pavement cycle track along Mossland Drive, with no dropped kerb at start. The adjoining Hillington Road is a far busier road and has no cycle facilities, not even at the motorway junction.

Line-segregated route alongside one-way Bunhouse Road, next to Kelvin Hall, part of link from Kelvingrove Park to NCN 7 at Yorkhill, one of the earliest uses of green surfacing in Glasgow

Darnley cycle route at Nitshill Road

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