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[Image taken 5.5.21] This trike has a mirror mounted on the right-hand handlebar. It protrudes around 8cm further than the bars. Other image here today see: #168483 and links

[Image taken 5.5.21] This trike extends forward around 65cm from the front rack support. The space provided is not enough to provide protection or to accommodate longer cycles. In Chapter 8 of the London Cycling Design Standards (http://con ... [more]

[Image taken 5.5.21] These racks are too close to the carriageway. The pink mark shows how far into the road one of the cycles protrudes. Other image here today see: #168483 and links

[Image taken 5.5.21] The well used racks are on a buildout. They are protected from being hit by a motor vehicle by the bollard. Other images here today see also: #168484, #168485, #168486, #168487. And from 8.3.21: #165096

[Image taken 2.5.21] On the park side of the Reading Cafe, Rowntree Park, York. Well-spaced Sheffields (cycle racks). They are 117cm apart so will accommodate family groups and wider cycles. They are also where you need them - at the parksi ... [more]

[Image taken 2.5.21] Marygate car park, York. The narrowness at the stretch is due to this compound. It's at the worst possible point. A slope links the bridge to the car park and a ped-cycle-wheelchair-hire scooter/hire cycle route passes ... [more]

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. The space here is ‘all directions’: up and down the slope, towards and away from the camera, and ‘all people’ – on cycles, on e-scooters and cycles, in wheelchairs, on trikes, with tra ... [more]

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. This the bottom of the steeper of the two slopes connecting Marygate car park/the riverside/Scarborough Bridge/York. Most people, including those in mobility scooters, use this. Officers at York ... [more]

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. 172cm for all users, all directions, all speeds passing the exit from/access to this steep slope and also passing in the direction of the camera and towards it. There’s clutter, mud… See als ... [more]

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. The dynamic envelope of someone cycling a standard width cycle is 1m. Yet the space here is just 1.35m to be shared between all users. The feet of the barriers and the sandbags are trip hazards. ... [more]

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. From this: #166422 and this: #157641 to this. Image showing what we’ve lost (to car parking). The width is now 330cm. But that’s the actual not the usable width. The usable width is a maximu ... [more]

[Image taken 29.4.21] York hospital, Wigginton Road, York. Un 'upstand' (see: #167919) is never good. At 1cm, this one is comparatively small. Another issue here is the bollard. It is 78cm from the nearest upright (you need more space than ... [more]

[Image taken 29.4.21] York hospital, Wigginton Road, York. This cycle extends beyond the cycle rack by around 52cm. Some cycles will require much more space. Just as cycles need space in front see: #167920. So you need unobstructed space be ... [more]

[Image taken 29.4.21] York hospital, Wigginton Road, York. These Sheffields are just 62cm from a wall. This limits who can use them. Unless a cycle has a stand and does not need support, you need to be able to wheel the cycle in sufficientl ... [more]

[Image taken 29.4.21] York hospital, Wigginton Road, York. These Sheffield (design) racks are 'toastracks'. They come as a unit (with myriad permutations). Sheffields are intended for people to use both sides f the uprights. These are diffe ... [more]

[Image taken 29.4.21] York hospital, Wigginton Road, York. These Sheffields (cycle parking design) are near the main entrance. Tick. They are easy to find. Tick. They are in corridor busy with human traffic. Tick. They have a lot of natural ... [more]

[Image taken 25.4.21] Rowntree Park, York. There is around 233cm of hard standing between the edge of the table tennis tables and the grass. This is comfortable when the tables are in use. And permits people to walk/cycle/scoot etc past the ... [more]

[Image taken 25.4.21] Rowntree Park, York. There are two table tennis tables in this park. There is 336cm between them. This is comfortable when both tables are in use. And permits people to walk/cycle/scoot etc between them when they are n ... [more]

[Image taken 23.4.21] Clifton Moor Gate, junction with Hurricane Way, York. The actual width of the footpath measured between the kink in the railings and the hedge growth is 88cm. For the usable width you subtract 25cm from each side... Th ... [more]

[Image taken 18.4.21] Hurricane Way, Clifton Moor, York. The width of this shared use path is woefully inadequate: 135cm at its widest, 85cm at its narrowest. It is also unattractive looking - it's not obvious what protection it offers for ... [more]

[Image taken 18.4.21] Hurricane Way, Clifton Moor, York. The right turn space at its widest is 105cm. Other images of this issue today: #167737. For other issues near here search on: Hurricane Way

[Image taken 18.4.21] Hurricane Way, Clifton Moor, York. Overview image of this right turn. Other images of this issue today (measurements): #167738 and #167741, also #167740. For many other issues near here search on: Hurricane Way. For la ... [more]

[Image taken 23.4.21] Sofology, Hurricane Way, York. There are many good practice elements about the design and position of these racks. But at 74cm they are too close to each other. Further images of these racks taken today see: #167727 an ... [more]

[Image taken 23.4.21] Sofology, Hurricane Way, York. The space here behind the cycles is also an example of good practice. This is a retail park so people may have a trailer for their purchases or have the family onboard on a longer cycle ( ... [more]

[Image taken 20.4.21] Cargo cycle, Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. It is around 300cm long. It can use the Sheffield (rack) that other cycles can't as it has a stand and doesn't need the rack to support it. See: #167505 f ... [more]

[Image taken 20.4.21] Cargo cycle parked on Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. It is around 60cm wide. See: #167506 for image showing the length.

[Image taken 18.4.21] Clifton Moor Gate/Hurricane Way, York. The tarmac is around 225cm wide. Further images of this crossing from 18.4.21 see: #167367, #167369, #167370, #167371. Images of the shared-use route: #167341 and links. Images of ... [more]

[Image taken 18.4.21] Clifton Moor Gate, York. Width of tarmac at this part of the central reservation (310cm) and cyclist to show space requirements. Central reservation see also: #167360, #167361, #167362. Images of the remainder of the c ... [more]

[Image taken 18.4.21] Clifton Moor Gate, York. There's a huge disconnect between the new provision across Clifton Moor Gate and the routes to and from it. For example, Hurricane Way, is permeable only to people on foot and on cycles at the ... [more]

[Image taken 18.4.21] Clifton Moor Gate, near Tesco petrol station, York. At its widest the tarmac measures 243cm (actual width). But at its narrowest (between the upstands) it’s 218cm (actual width). Then you take off 25cm or 50cm each e ... [more]

Measuring the features of Histon Road. Recorded in metres with a tape measure and a note taker, accurate to 0.1 m. Left to right by Cranwell Court. Footway 2.0m Parking 2.4m Cycleway 1.5m Outbound carriageway 2.9m Inbound carri ... [more]

Measuring the features of Histon Road. Recorded in metres with a tape measure and a note taker, accurate to 0.1 m. Left to right by the Linden Close junction. Footway 1.8m Cycleway 1.5m Outbound carriageway 2.8m Inbound carriage ... [more]

Measuring the features of Histon Road. Recorded in metres with a tape measure and a note taker, accurate to 0.1 m. Left to right by the Canterbury Road junction. Footway 2.0m Cycleway 1.5m Outbound carriageway 2.8m Inbound carri ... [more]

Measuring the features of Huntingdon Road. Recorded in metres with a tape measure and a note taker, accurate to 0.1 m. Left to right from the north side of the junction with the Observatory Path by a house called Farm Corner. Footw ... [more]

Measuring the features of Huntingdon Road. Recorded in metres with a tape measure and a note taker, accurate to 0.1 m. Left to right from the crossing just north of All Souls Lane. Footway 2.0m Grass verge 2.6m Cycleway 1.5m Out ... [more]

Measuring the features of Huntingdon Road. Recorded in metres with a tape measure and a note taker, accurate to 0.1 m. Left to right between junctions for Storey's Way and Marion Close Footway 1.8m Cycleway 2.0m Outbound carriage ... [more]

Measuring the features of Huntingdon Road. Recorded in metres with a tape measure and a note taker, accurate to 0.1 m. Left to right at the dual crossing of Huntingdon Road by Oxford Road. Footway 3.0m Cycleway 1.8m Outbound carr ... [more]

Measuring the features of Huntingdon Road. Recorded in metres with a tape measure and a note taker, accurate to 0.1 m. Left to right from Kaetsu Centre opposite 58 Huntingdon Road. Footway 2.0m Grass verge 2.4m Cycleway 1.9m Out ... [more]

Measuring the features of Huntingdon Road. Recorded in metres with a tape measure and a note taker, accurate to 0.1 m. Left to right from a secondary Murray Edwards College entrance opposite 12 Huntingdon Road. Footway 2.0m Grass ... [more]

[Image taken 9.4.21] This Winther Cargoo extends around 119cm in front of the Sheffield and around 28cm behind it. The Sheffield is 75cm long. See also: #167038. All cycles need turning space for the owner to be able to move them in and out ... [more]

[Image taken 6.4.21] Lidl, James Street, York. These are the design of racks known as Sheffields. These are 100cm apart - the minimum realistic spacing. See also: Lidl racks: #166686, #166687, #166688. Lidl racks slope issues: #166689, #166 ... [more]

90cm gap between bollards on the Trumpington 'strategic cycleway'

Pembroke Street measurements Left to right Lui’s Barbershop 1.8m Footway 1.7m Road to contra flow cycleway 4.1m Contra flow cycleway 1.6m Footway 1.3m

Pembroke Street from Trumpington Street Measurements left to right Footway 2.0 Road to contra flow cycleway 4.7m Contra flow cycleway 1.6m Footway 1.35m Drain on left 0.60m wide Drain on right 0.40m wide Central ironwork 0.6 ... [more]

Park Terrace looking towards Regent Street Measurements left to right Buildout 2.0m Road 4.2m (from edge of buildout to footway) Footway 2.0m The ironwork is a BT cover 75cm wide. While we were taking the measurements someon ... [more]

Park Terrace from Regent Street Measurements left to right At corner of building Footway 2.4m Roadway 6.8m Footway 2.7 (to line extended from edge of hotel)

Gresham Road measurements Left to right Footway 2.1m Car storage 2.1m Road between markings 4.3m Car storage 2.1m Footway 2.5m

Trumpington Road width measurements left to right. The tape measure in the picture is stretched out to 5 metres. Footway 3.1m Carriageway 12.3m (kerb to kerb) Footway 3.2m Ironwork widths: Drain 0.4m Small one 0.25m Just to left ... [more]

Measurements from Botanical Gardens side left to Leys School side right Footway 2.5m Verge 2.0m Cycleway 2.1m Carriageway (both) 6.7m Cycle lane 1.6m Footway 2.6m

King’s Parade, Cambridge, UK Alan measured a 1.2 metre gap here.

King’s Parade, Cambridge, UK Alan measured this gap at 1.3metres.

The gap is exactly 1.5 metres between the edge of the barrier and the base of the bollard.

Richard doing the valuable work of measuring the width of the new cycleway. It was four metres.

Richard doing an excellent job of measuring the cycleway- it’s four metres wide here, but note that it’s shared with horse and foot.

Gauging the width of the cycleway - the bike is 1.8m.

Semi segregated cycleway on Fulbourn Road. Width: 1.9m, or 2m if the kerbs are included.

Hope Street Measurements across this street accurate to 5cm: Right footway: 180cm Kerb to offside edge of bollard: 155cm Remaining carriageway: 425cm Footway on other side of road: 175cm. The spacing between the three racks is: ... [more]

Argyle Street with new street cycle parking. Measurements from left to right accurate to 5cm: Left footway: 180cm Cycle lane: 165cm Carriageway between offside edge of white line and bollard: 265cm Offside edge of bollard to right ... [more]

Cavendish Road Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.75m Pavement 1.10m On carriageway car storage (full bay width 1.9m overhanging footway by 0.80m) 2.95m Available carriageway between car storage areas 1.80m O ... [more]

Mill Road bridge Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 2.30m Extra width by bins and bench 1.50m Pavement 3.05m Westbound Carriageway 3.05m Eastbound Carriageway 1.65m Pavement 9.25m Total 11.55m Total includ ... [more]

St. Philip's Road Outside house 64c Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.55m Pavement 3.00m Westbound Carriageway 2.80m Eastbound Carriageway 1.75m Pavement 9.10m Total 5.80m Total carriageway 1.5m Cy ... [more]

Cycleway linking Cambridge North station with Milton Road. The cycleway is 2.8 metres wide and the footway 2.0 metres. (There are seven and five lots of 40x40cm corduroy slabs spanning the whole width.)

Cycleway linking Cambridge North station with Milton Road. The cycleway is 2.8 metres wide and the footway 2.0 metres. (There are seven and five lots of 40x40cm corduroy slabs spanning the whole width.)

Folding bikes are now allowed on the Singapore MRT. Maximum dimensions: 1140 x 640 x 360 mm 3'9" x 2'1" x 1'2" 45 x 25 x 14 inches.

Bollards at entrance to cycleway along section of guided busway to new railway station. 1.40m high spaced at 1.50m centre to centre. Cycleway is 3.80m wide here.

Histon-Milton shared use path. Crossing of P&R entrance/exit. This refuge in the middle of the crossing is 290cm wide. Tape set to 1m for scale. The entrance is the wider road, and is 11m across, with 40m sightline for cars approaching from ... [more]

Histon-Milton shared use path. Yellow part of tape set to 1m for scale. Usable width = 165cm. No verge.

Histon-Milton shared use path. Speed limit reduces to 50mph just before the entrance to the tip. Tarmaced width = 135cm. Usable width = 120cm. No verge.

Histon-Milton shared use path. Yellow part of tape set to 1m for scale. Tarmaced width = 135cm. Usable width = 115cm due to vegetation overgrowth. No verge.

Histon-Milton shared use path. This is the end of the old path and start of the newer section, across the entrance to the business park. The blue sign says "Share with care". This short length up to the side road is approx 2m wide, but narr ... [more]

Histon-Milton shared use path. Yellow part of tape set to 1m for scale. Width between white lines = 124cm. Tarmaced verge = 80cm. SLOW is marked due to hidden driveway on right.

Histon-Milton shared use path. Yellow part of tape set to 1m for scale. Width = 118cm. Steep drop down to road level over driveway then back up other side.

Histon-Milton shared use path. Yellow part of tape set to 1m for scale. Usable width = 125cm. Verge approx 50cm.

Histon-Milton shared use path. Yellow part of tape set to 1m for scale. Tarmaced width 190cm. Usable width between white lines approx 110cm.

Histon-Milton shared use. Yellow tape set to 1m for scale. Usable width (due to vegetation ingress & damage) = 95cm. Tarmaced width = 145cm. Verge roughly 60cm.

Histon-Milton shared use path. Yellow part of tape set to 1m for scale. Width between lines = 90cm. Usable width due to vegetation = 80cm. Verge to white line on road = 80cm

Histon-Milton shared use path. New bit installed in 2015. Yellow part of tape set to 1m for scale. Tarmaced width = 138cm. Usable width = 138cm. No verge.

Histon-Milton shared use path. New ~30m long bit installed in 2015 across an old grass verge. The few metres before & after St Andrew's Way is 2m wide.

Barometer reading 2035 at 11:38pm on a Saturday night.

Sorry again folks for the rubbish quality video, but as I was walking past the cycling barometer at 23:48 I noticed it was close to 3000, so I stopped to record the moment. It goes from 2999 to 3000 in the very first bit of this vid.

At the end of the Trumpington Road car parking bays by New Bit the northbound cycle lane is only 108 cm / 42½" wide. This inlcudes 15cm / 6" of cobblestone.

Cycle lanes measurements like supermarket prices. Between the centre of the white line and the hazardous kerb there at only 99cm / 39" of insufficient space for cycling on the northbound cycle lane on Trumpington Road

The southbound redmac cyclelane on Trumpington Road is in poor state and it is narrow: here it is only 40" / 102cm.

The southbound redmac cyclelane on Trumpington Road, near the junction with Brooklands Avenue is narrow: only 46" / 117cm.

The ramps to Riverside Bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wide redmac cyclelane. For comparison, Green Dragon Bridge is 2.6m narrow . See short videos of the morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

The first section of the path from Coldham' Lane to Newmarket Road is a Chisholm Trail worthy 5.50m wide. See also #57072.

The two-way, shared-use tarmac path over Coldham's Common is 63" / 1.60m narrow, thought the grass is making making inroads. The edges are breaking up, which makes overtaking impossible and avoiding oncoming people cycling dangerous. See al ... [more]

Measurements of the path over Coldham's Common. At this bridge the path is 3.20m wide kerb to kerb. See also #57073 for the width of the main section of the path.

Measurements of the width of the ramp leading onto Riverside Bridge in Cambridge. The ramp is 4m wide kerb to kerb, segregated into a 2.50m redmac two-way cycleway and a 1.50m footway. The usable width is reduced by at least 10cm each side ... [more]

I used my bike to help measure the spacing of these racks - it is about 3 feet or 90 cm.

Gilbert Road Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.80m Pavement 2.70m Verge 1.70m Cycle lane 2.90m Westbound 3.00m Eastbound 1.70m Cycle lane 2.90m Verge 1.70m Pavement 18.40m Total 9.30m Total Carriag ... [more]

Histon Road Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.80m Pavement 3.00m Northbound 3.00m Eastbound 4.60m Southbound 1.80m Pavement 14.20m Total 10.60m Total Carriageway

Histon Road Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 2.60m Pavement 4.80m Northbound 4.40m Southbound 2.85m Pavement 14.65m Total 9.20m Total Carriageway

Histon Road Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.90m Pavement 4.25m Northbound 4.30m Southbound 1.80m Pavement 12.25m Total 8.55m Total Carriageway

Histon Road Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.80m Pavement 1.70m Buildout 3.20m Northbound 3.65m Southbound 1.90m Pavement 12.25m Total 8.55m Total Carriageway

Histon Road Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.70m Pavement 4.30m Southbound 2.50m Northbound 1.90m Car storage 1.70m Pavement 12.10m Total 8.70m Total Carriageway

Histon Road Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 2.05m Pavement 2.45m Layby 4.20m Northbound 2.60m Southbound 1.90m Car storage 1.80m Pavement 15.00m Total 8.70m Total Carriageway

Coldham's Lane Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.85m Pavement 1.90m Verge car storage 1.25m Cycle lane 2.65m Northbound Carriageway 2.85m Southbound Carriageway 1.30m Cycle lane 1.45m Verge 2.20m Pavemen ... [more]

Thoday Street Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 1.70m Pavement 5.80m Carriageway 1.70m Pavement 9.20m Total The residential parking markings are 1.80m wide, over hanging the pavement by 0.60m.

Oldenburg cycleways Judging by the widths of the block work the grey bit is 7.5 x 20cm = 1.5m.

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