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Rush hour on CS6 and NCN route 4

The Embankment cycleway (CS3) changes sides here for access to Blackfriars Bridge

Cut-through towards Guy's Hospital and London Bridge station.

Cut-through towards Guy's Hospital and London Bridge station.

Modal filter at CS3 on the Embankment

The Embankment cycleway (CS3) changes sides here for access to Blackfriars Bridge

So much new traffic-free space, and this is more or less all the new cycle parking for Somerset House - more is needed!

Modal filter on the new traffic-free section of the Strand

Cycle and pedestrian crossing from the new traffic-free section of the Strand - but it's usually too busy to cycle.

Despite the 20mph sign, cyclists have to turn left here - the route ahead is for westbound cyclists only.

The Parliament Square cycleway blocked by a bus in the middle of the junction

Lights on the Parliament Square cycleway

Route sign on the Parliament Square cycleway (to the right of the motor lanes)

Roadworks on CS8

Cyclesuperhighway 8 narrows here to pass inside a floating bus stop.

Temporary closure, I think, but cyclists can get through

Cyclesuperhighway 8 narrows here to pass inside a floating bus stop.

The off-road cycleway might as well be removed now the segregated on-road route has been created.

Bridge in the Grosvenor Waterside development - pedestrians only, and it doesn't really go anywhere.

Modal filter on access to the Grosvenor Waterside development

Modal filter on access to the Grosvenor Waterside development

The segregated cycleways along the Embankment (CS8 and NCN route 4) start here at this bike sharing station

Albert Bridge - cyclists have to wait while vans squeeze through the width restriction

6 foot 6 inch width limit on the Albert Bridge - and most vehicles seem to be about 6 foot 5 inches wide, but determined to get through.

Start of Quietway 15 north from Brompton cemetery

The end of Quietway 15 at Brompton cemetery

There's a cycle route through Brompton cemetery, but the gates are closing at 5pm.

Link to the footway of the A4 Cromwell Road

Protected cycle lane (and a van crossing)

Cyclists allowed but no pedestrians on the carriageway - is that legally enforceable?

Cycle parking and shared bike

Crowd control barriers at Kensington Olympia station - not just not cycle-friendly, but not even people-friendly.

Cycle parking at Kensington Olympia station

Cycle parking at Kensington Olympia station

Awkward end of contraflow cycle lane, in theory

There are Sheffield stands scattered along the length of this road

Traffic calming with cycle stands

Cycle hangar

End of the contraflow cycle lane on the bridge over the West London Line.

Tight access to the contraflow cycle lane on the bridge over the West London Line.

Tight access to the contraflow cycle lane on the bridge over the West London Line.

No Entry Except Cycles on route C39 beside the railway to Shepherd's Bush

Right turn on route C39

Contraflow cycle lane on C39

No Entry Except Cycles

Cycle parking and start of contraflow cycle lane

End of contraflow cycle lane

Hard to see why motor traffic would need two lanes from 7pm to 7am, but not during the day.

Right-turn lane on Cyclesuperhighway 3

End of the Hyde Park cycleways

No Entry, but Please ride considerately? Clearly an Except Cycles plate is missing - but the design of this whole route is based on it being closed for major events and used for motor vehicles.

There are railings there? How would you know? Let alone chain a bike to them.

Two weeks out of date

Why does this have to be so complicated? Luckily one can just go straight ahead between the bollards.

Bus Stand markings still visible, and new bus stand outside the lane now used as a cycleway.

Former traffic lane now a two-way segregated cycleway

Bus Stop markings still visible, and new bus stop outside the lane now used as a cycleway.

Westminster borough street-sweeper's e-bike

Sharing scheme bikes and pedestrian cut-through

Road space taken for a bike-sharing station

Well marked workplace cycle parking (bikes with drop handlebars to the right, apparently)

Could it be any more obvious?

Road narrowing with contraflow cycle lane

Not very well signed, but cyclists should go to the right here (and look out for two low kerbs).

New pedestrian area

No No Entry sign, so cyclists should be able to cut through along Berners Mews

Mews cut-through towards the BT Tower

No Motor Vehicles on this link to Oxford Street

Cycle parking just off Oxford Street

Closed road to Oxford St with cycle parking

Cycle parking just off Oxford Street

Pedestrian alley to Oxford Street

New cycle parking on both sides of the road

New cycle parking on both sides of the road

New cycle parking on both sides of the road

Pedestrian alley (with cycle parking ahead)

Cycle parking on a pedestrian alley

New pedestrian area

Pedestrian alley with no cycle facilities

Painted protection for cyclists on this corner

Modal filter and cycle parking

Cycle parking with modal filter ahead

Contraflow cycle lane

Excellent new people-friendly streetscaping

Lots of cycle parking on this excellent new streetscape

No Entry except Cycles, surely, given how much cycle parking there is here?

No Entry Except Cycles

Contraflow cycle lane

Bike hangar and cycle contraflow ahead

Private motorbike and cycle parking at the Institute for Fiscal Studies

Two bike stands here, two more up by the next corner

Bike-sharing station on Quietway 1, but no actual cycle parking at RADA

Lots of bike stands and sharing bikes at Birkbeck College

Cycle parking at the Bloomsbury Theatre

Pop-up road closure outside the UCL Institute of Archeology, with no provision for cyclists

Pop-up road closure and bike-sharing station

Good use of space outside a University of London building

Plenty of cycle stands dotted around this area near UCL

Cycle contraflow near Euston station

Alley with wheelbender cycle parking, presumably for hotel staff.

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