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Cycle parking and closure to motor traffic beneath Waterloo East station.

Left-turn lane for cyclists to route C27.

Cycle parking at Apsley House (Hyde Park Corner)

New two-way cycle-only route and bike-sharing station.

Contraflow cycle lane ahead to the British Museum

Flexible bollards, I hope, but still, why bother?

Protected straight-on and left-turn cycle lanes under construction.

Cycle parking, and roadworks for the creation of a new cycle route to Howland Street

No Entry Except Cycles - and no need for an island in the road.

The food market is clearly more important than Dutch-style ranks of cycle parking. Maybe they're right.

Pedestrian cut-through

Start of recently pedestrianised zone

Recently pedestrianised zone

Recently pedestrianised zone

The cycle route sign has been turned 90 degrees - it's for traffic heading west/to the right.

Cyclists are supposed to turn right only because they can't be trusted to wait for pedestrians at the crossing to the left.

New contraflow cycleway and dooring zone

Nice level access to South Molton Street but there's a No Entry sign, alas.

Does there really need to be a cycling ban on Shepherd's Place in this day and age?

End of shared-use cycleway, turn left or right - there's a No Cycling sign (just to the right) for the footway ahead.

Pedestrian crossing point and tourists on the footway on Santander bikes.

Pedestrian cut-through

No idea what slowing down is meant to achieve. Telling drivers to leave space might make more sense.

Pedestrian cut-through towards Paddington station

Quietway 2, closed.

Lots of cycle parking under the wonderful roof of Paddington station

Lots of bike tags about this area being closed off for engineering work.

New segregated cycleway under construction on Gower Street, London

Strange semi-Dutch cycleway but with a cycle symbol on the carriageway, which is where most cyclists ride.

Counter-intuitive route for cyclists to Central London

There's a cycleway into this closed-off road but not out - a wasted opportunity.

Protected cycle lane at the Highgate Road junction, Kentish Town (and a Co-op delivery bike)

Protected cycle lane at the Highgate Road junction, Kentish Town

Rising bollards to the Leicester Square pedestrian area (no cycling)

Mysterious sign to an alternative NCN route 13

Link to NCN route 13

NCN route 13 east from the ExCel Centre

The bridge towards London City Airport opens (ie closes to pedestrians and cyclists) occasionally.

Bridge across Connaught Passage to London City Airport

NCN route 13 goes straight ahead here - what the arrow to the left is about I don't know.

Swing left here for NCN route 13 east from the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 east from the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 east from the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 past the ExCel Centre

Cycle stands and road closure just west of the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 west from the ExCel Centre

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

Cycle route along the south side of the Royal Victoria Dock

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

A few cycle spaces just west of the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 past the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 westwards from the ExCel Centre

Route signs on NCN route 13 at the ExCel Centre

A dead end for cars, perhaps, but not for cyclists.

No Entry Except Cycles

Bike shop, Farringdon

Lots of cycle parking by the ITN building, London

Road closure and parallel crossings

Road closure and parallel crossings

There's a raised section of road but no other help for people wanting to cross Guilford Street here.

Cycle parking and barrier parallel to Grays Inn Road

Contraflow lane on Argyle St

Right-hook lane at this crossing to Kings Cross station

Private-public space in this new development by Waterloo station - no cycling, I'm sure.

Cycle parking in this new development, with the bridge to Waterloo station (steps only) in the background.

The Independent newspaper cargo trikes at the People's Vote march

Shepherd Market - I'd forgotten it actually existed. Not a cycleway, though.

Low level advanced lights for cyclists on CS2

Link from CS2 to Hanbury Street

CS2 and cycle stands

Floating bus stop on CS2, London

CS2, Mile End Road

Cycle-only lights on CS2 - right turn in two stages only

Cargo bike on CS2

Totally blocked by deliveries on both sides.

Dropped kerb needed

CS3 east on Cable Street

Link north from CS3

Route signs on CS3

As many cyclists heading into the City on CS3 as out in the evening rush

CS3 westbound into the City

Cycle lane at junction with CS3

Tower Bridge closure - 5 minutes for a ship to pass through, and for lots of cyclists to gather at the front of the queue (there are two pigeons on the bridge which quite happily rode up and down)..

Red light on Tower Bridge - 5 minutes for a ship to pass through, and for lots of cyclists to gather at the front of the queue.

Left turn only (to Tower Bridge) except for cyclists (NCN route 4 straight ahead) - take care.

New section of NCN route 4 about to open

Cycle contraflow under London Bridge station

No Motor Vehicles except for access on the south side of London Bridge station - there's plenty of room for cycle parking or a contraflow cycle lane, but no.

Vinegar Yard - very hipster, no cycle parking

Cycle route sign to Bermondsey and Catford from the south side of London Bridge station

The road past the south side of London Bridge suddenly becomes one-way, although there's room for a contraflow cycle lane - most cyclists keep going anyway, as there's almost no motor traffic.

Sign for NCN route 4 westward

NCN route 4 passing beneath CS7

Contraflow cycle lane on NCN route 4

Obstruction in the contraflow cycle lane, NCN route 4

Brakeside Bikeside Bankside - covered cycle parking near Tate Modern

Cycle cut-through closed for construction work

Parking by NCN route 4 on the south side of Tate Modern

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