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New cycle and pedestrian bridge to Kingston station

The new Kingston station cycle hub has 450 spaces, but mostly it seems on two-tier racks, alas.

Rather improvised ramps on the new access to Liverpool Street station

Pop-up parking perhaps, for dockless and regular bikes.

Cycle stands and route sign, giving journey times

Quietway through the City - to the right there's access to the Broadgate Link.

No Vehicles except loading, and cycle stands

Segregated cycleway, Finsbury Square

Low-level cycle lights to the segregated cycleway on Finsbury Square

Route sign at Quietway 11, giving journey times

A shame there isn't an exemption for cycles

Link to the segregated route through the Barbican tunnel - now only open to zero-emissions vehicles

Wasted space, a railway bridge just used for car storage - at the least there could be a route for cycles to turn left off Farringdon Rd.

Route sign on C6, giving journey times

Cycle contraflow on route C6

Route sign on C6, giving journey times

Road closure - once again the NHS provides car parking but does a poor job of cycle access. At least there are a couple of Sheffield stands.

Road closure - once again the NHS provides car parking but does a poor job of cycle access.

Route through Spa Fields

No Motor Vehicles except for loading at specific times.

London contractors seem to be quite good at this nowadays.

Start of segregated section of Quietway 2, and Santander bike-sharing station

Leeke Street Bikes

Cycle contraflow (blocked by a car)

Cycle contraflow to the left (currently blocked, apparently for Crossrail construction)

The cycle bypass seems to have been removed (see #12177 & #37277) - there's a cycle contraflow now, but there's also a very long wait at these lights.

Cycle hangar

London contractors seem to be quite good at this nowadays.

It's mid-lockdown, but there are lots of bikes at Paddington station (mine included). There's a public tool stand as well.

Modal filter on Quietway 2

Left turn on Quietway 2

I'm pretty sure a northbound lane has been closed off here - it's a shame that contraflow cycling wasn't maintained.

Cycle lane and contraflow on Quietway 2

West end of contraflow cycle lane on Quietway 2

Pothole on Quietway 2

Is this a replacement for the stands in #164638 and #164639, removed perhaps to give pedestrians space for social distancing ? Not very impressive.

Cycle stands to be removed - perhaps to give pedestrians space for social distancing

Cycle stands to be removed - perhaps to give pedestrians space for social distancing

Lane for taxis turning left into Paddington station - cyclists can continue ahead, but need to look out for taxis emerging.

This looked like a way for cyclists to bypass the roundabout - but no.

Advanced green phase for cyclists north- and southbound under the Edgware Road flyover

A cycle contraflow here (instead of parking) would open up access to Paddington station.

Cycle stands and Santander Bikes on display at Santander Bank offices, London

Access to protected cycle lane blocked by broken-down bus and recovery truck

Anti-HS2 encampment (and bikes) at Euston station

Marking for right-hook move to cross the Euston Road

Floating bus stop and cycle stands at the British Library

Segregated cycleway at Edmonton Green station

Canal route

Canal path

Canal path

Canal path

Bicycles and motorbikes fished out the canal

Hampstead Road cycleway

Double-decker cycle parking north of the Coal Drops, Kings Cross

Turning circle and modal filter, Granary Square, Kings Cross

Pop-up fall-down signage for this Covid-19 closure to motor traffic

The cycle lane looks partly blocked but is open.

The end of the widened Covid-19 cycle lane pushes cyclists out into the ASL on Euston Road - maybe not the best arrangement?

Cycle lane widened and protected by a barrier from Euston Road traffic, as part of Covid-19 roadspace allocation.

New contraflow cycle lane, blocked by a Royal Mail van which forces cyclists out into oncoming traffic.

I can't tell how much this is roadworks and how much it's a covid-19 pop-up cycle facility.

Cycle contraflow on Quietway 2, Paddington

New floating bus stops on the Euston Road, as part of the Covid-19 reallocation of road space.

Cycle hangar, Lupton Street

Slightly random sign to Crouch Hill from Tufnell Park station

Width restriction and cycle bypasses, Tufnell Park

Crossing and cycle parking, Tufnell Park

Cycle parking on both sides of the road at Tufnell Park station

Westminster borough is taking a different approach to Covid-19 to Camden - not pop-up cycle lanes, but taking roadspace outside Marks & Spencer to help social distancing by pedestrians.

Lots of bike stands and sheltered bike-sharing stations

Start of one-block cycle link

End of one-block cycle link.

Westminster borough is taking a different approach to Covid-19 to Camden - not pop-up cycle lanes, but closing laybys and filling in bus stops to help social distancing by pedestrians.

Westminster borough is taking a different approach to Covid-19 to Camden - not pop-up cycle lanes, but closing laybys to help social distancing by pedestrians.

Not one, not two, but three No left turn except cycles signs.

The new cycle lane ends where bus stops are needed, but there's still a cycle marking.

Outside Euston station - two lanes of motor traffic are now one lane with a bus lane and a nice wide cycle lane.

On the Euston Road - two lanes of motor traffic are now one lane with a bus lane and a nice wide cycle lane protected by wands.

Wands to protect cycle lane and cycles-only left turn.

On the Euston Road - two lanes of motor traffic are now one lane with a bus lane and a nice wide cycle lane

On the Euston Road - two lanes of motor traffic are now one lane with a nice wide cycle lane. No left turn here except for cyclists.

On the Euston Road - two lanes of motor traffic are now one lane with a nice wide cycle lane. beyond, by the British Library, there's one lane with a double-width bus lane.

New contraflow cycleway (Cycle superhighway 6) past St Pancras station

Contraflow lane (Cycle superhighway 6) and parking opposite St Pancras station

Cycle stands and new contraflow cycleway between the British Library and St Pancras station

Good practice!

This is shown as a dismounting area for access to Euston station.

End of one-block contraflow cycle lane

Start of cycle contraflow lane ahead - and advance green lights for cyclists.

Start of contraflow cycle lane (and bike-sharing station)

The sign shows Marylebone 3/4 of a mile to the right - not great for those who don't realise that Marylebone station is right there in front of them.

Shared-use footway and cycle-sharing station.

The No Cycling sign should be beyond the turning to the left.

Cycle link at Saint Mary's Square, Paddington

Start of shared-use section.

No reason why this section couldn't be shared-use.

Barriers at the pedestrian underpass beneath the Harrow Road

Footbridge and pedestrian underpass below the Harrow Road

No cycling on this bridge north of Paddington station

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