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@MCRCycleSam @RantyHighwayman @CyclingSurgeon @theJeremyVine I guess we should also factor in that you’ll have double deckers coming straight at nearly on the line... 😶 https://t.co/6dNqsRA9eY [See also #139326]

Work on the Coton path. Shouldn't close the path and clear through the West Cambridge site. It's sewer works. Great job for a hot day!

Another view of the contraflow cycle lane on Argyle Street. The cycle lanes could easily have been painted with a smoother transition in road position. See also #139322.

The contraflow cycle lane on Argyle Street has an abrupt change of direction, following the kerb. See also #139324.

A contraflow cycle lane has been created on Argyle Street, but it is full of broken asphalt and dislodged stonework, and is nowhere near a smooth ride. With on-coming vehicles now in the centre of the carriageway (as in #139536), less oppor ... [more]

The Milton High Street Horror show. Today, someone somewhere, decided to paint a new advisory cycle lane down Milton High Street. Width is under the minimum size (1.2m vs 1.5m). Will encourage traffic to close pass and shout out of their w ... [more]

NCN68 Location: Ingram (England, UK) Still "relatively undiscovered" - this is near Branton

NCN66 near Asda House.

The path parallel to Whitemoss Avenue and then Churchill Avenue, approaching the underpass beneath Whitemoss Avenue.

Although the lighting has been replaced in recent years, the path from the bus stop on Queensway to Tennant Avenue (and onwards to Hairmyres Hospital) is narrow, has poor quality paving, and has no dropped kerbs at its crossing with Linwood ... [more]

Not only has the footbridge got steps and no ramp, but it is also in the way of the Queensway shared-use footway.

Leeds

Leeds

Woodhouse Lane, Leeds.

Woodhouse Lane, Leeds.

Narrow cycle lane, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds.

Narrow cycle lane, Headingley Lane, Leeds.

Narrow cycle lane, Headingley Lane, Leeds.

This narrow signed link leads to a hillside with steep muddy banks. It is quite an exaggeration to suggest it is a cycle route.

Headingley Lane, Leeds

Huddersfield NCN(69)

Huddersfield narrow cycle lane

Huddersfield narrow footbridge

Huddersfield Narrow Canal

Huddersfield Narrow Canal

Huddersfield Narrow Canal

Huddersfield Narrow Canal

Huddersfield Narrow Canal The sign on the railing pleads for cyclists to dismount to go through the narrow cobbled tunnel.

Huddersfield Narrow Canal

Huddersfield Narrow Canal

Huddersfield Narrow Canal

Huddersfield Narrow Canal beneath.

Road from the top deck of the Huddersfield to Halifax bus.

Road from the top deck of the Huddersfield to Halifax bus.

Road from the top deck of the Huddersfield to Halifax bus.

Road from the top deck of the Huddersfield to Halifax bus.

The end of the shared footway on Saughs Avenue. But since there is a shared footway across the toucan crossing, there is really no need for the 'Cyclists Dismount' sign. However, the shared footway is far too narrow.

Path from Claddens Quadrant over to Ashfield Street.

Apparently this narrow footway is shared-use!

The shared cycleway on Park Grange Road looking suspiciously like an ordinary footway, and certainly no wider than an ordinary footway.

A narrow island forming part of a staggered toucan crossing. This isn't going to work well if more than one person tries to use it at the same time in opposite directions.

A narrow and occasionally steep path between Bonnyholm Avenue and the Cardonald Quietway.

Old barriers still blocking footbridge over White Cart, now part of the Cardonald Quietway.

The path between Rosshall Park and Cardonald Drive, on the original Glasgow-Paisley cycle route, is divided in two by a central railing for the section over the railway bridge, making it difficult to pass people coming the other way.

The path between Rosshall Park and Cardonald Drive on the original Glasgow-Paisley cycle route is not only narrow but is divided in two by a central railing, making it very difficult to pass anyone coming the other way. The sign has also co ... [more]

In addition to the obstructive railing and poorly positioned dropped kerb, the poorly placed signage has completely faded out.

On the left, the Garscadden Way, leading to the Drumchapel Way, and on the right, the path through to Annan Drive. Both could do with some proper path building works.

The path from Drumchapel to Annan Drive, Bearsden, is a bit on the narrow side.

Something tells me that this is the council boundary.

The path from the end of Annan Drive leading to Drumchapel starts off wide, but gets narrower.

Narrow shared use foot / cycleway, Hereford.

A request to dismount on a narrow shared use foot / cycleway, Hereford.

Narrow shared use foot / cycleway, Hereford

The Coton path, which is useful but too narrow.

The narrow and unsurfaced path from Heather Park towards the Craigdhu Wedge is not particularly suitable for cycling, although it is popular with dog walkers.

Shared use footway Fen Ditton at the point where it narrows.

This is really a footpath but is well used by people on bikes but you have to concentrate, duck through the overhanging vegetation and weave round the puddles.

Narrow shared use footway Hereford

Can't be good to feel like a mug for following official cycle route signs. This is part of the Wirral Circular trail in West Kirby. For me it's irritating, those with mobility issues or nonstandard cycles are simply excluded. We can do bett ... [more]

The Calder & Hebble Navigation towpath at the Anchor Bridge.

Vital footway space taken by bikes and cars.

Cyclist winds out of Ross-on-Wye towing motor traffic while our double decker bus waits it’s turn.

This jetty overhanging the river under the railway bridge is due to close today until summer 2020 for construction of the Abbey - Chesterton foot and cycle bridge.

This jetty overhanging the river under the railway bridge is due to close today until summer 2020 for construction of the Abbey - Chesterton foot and cycle bridge.

An awkward barrier at the foot of the ramp up to the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath, and no dropped kerb. The only way to the Clydebank Business Park that could possibly be just a quarter of a mile is to head in the opposite direction from ... [more]

Signs visible through the trees for various destinations not mentioned at the top of the ramp. Anyone getting this far probably already knows where they are going. Plus an awkward barrier to get around at the bottom of the steep and narrow ... [more]

Since my last visit, a short section of wider path has been laid, but ends here.

The narrow path connecting Willow Holme Road to the riverside path is overgrown with nettles and some thorns.

Once over the flood defences, the path alongside the stream is of poor quality, and liable to flooding.

A narrow split pedestrian crossing for NCN routes 7 and 10 crossing Bridge Street. There is a sticker for NCN72 at this location, and upon checking the Sustrans website, it appears to have been relocated from the riverside path to here.

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.

This is not wide enough! My handlebars just fit, but no room for me as well. Not good enough for access to the cycleway.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno. Tree priority 😂

Barrier too narrow for my handlebars. That is the Lands End to John O'Groats map on my map holder.

Despite there being the space to do something good, the i3 cycle route is signed along the narrow footway of New Street. The obstructive control cabinet at the pedestrian crossing makes it even more difficult to use. Not very innovative!

A long lead up and sharp bend mean this was very hard to get a cargo bike round. It requires hefty wiggling. Ok for normal bikes but beware if you have a tandem, Tagalong or cargo.

Negotiating the path down from Cumbernauld Road to join the Strathkelvin Railway Path. Still as narrow and awkward as ever.

Narrow back street within the city walls of Baku.

Narrow back street within the city walls of Baku.

Narrow back street within the city walls of Baku.

Anti motorcycling barriers on this narrow cycleway above the Great Central railway.

The cycleway is bit narrow here more like a footpath.

This fencing has been obstructing the access to the Sighthill motorway foot and cycle bridge for some time, even though the bridge is for now still open. The fencing appears to be being used to create nothing more than a contractor's parkin ... [more]

The narrow footway here forms part of the East Kilbride to Thorntonhall and Eaglesham cycle route. A pedestrian shown for scale.

The shared footway (although there has been no sign to say so) goes through a bus stop without any widening. Luckily for me, a bus had just left.

Anonymous route signs for the cycle route to Thorntonhall and Eaglesham, but nothing for the shared footway ahead.

A shared footway that is narrower than the adjacent unshared footway.

Is the cycleway so narrow because it is one-way? Probably not.

The end of the Stewartfield Way cycle route, from Kingsgate to the National Museum of Rural Life. The bollards were a little tight, especially so close to the turn onto the crossing.

The Stewartfield Way shared footway - no wider on this stretch than it was further east.

A path signed as a cycle access to NCN756, but could do with being a little bit wider. The road at the top, Logie Park, is one way, but there is no sign to tell cyclists this.

The cycle route from Blantyre leaves Wilson Place to join NCN756, but no mention of NCN756 on the sign. A dropped kerb at the end of the path would be of assistance to anyone cycling to or from Wilson Place itself.

A connection between the cycle route from Blantyre, NCN756, and Iona Avenue, via a toucan crossing across East Mains Road. Iona Avenue leads to Kelso Drive where there is a ramped footbridge across Kingsway. Also, if the markings barely fit ... [more]

The cycle route from Blantyre crosses Wilson Place to join NCN756, but no mention of NCN756 on the signs. Also, if the markings barely fit on the pavement, the shared footway is probably too narrow.

The shared footway continues along East Mains Road, to meet up with NCN756.

The narrow shared footway at the Whirlies Roundabout.

Crossing sliproads at Lee's Burn Court. Shared footways barely wide enough to paint the relevant markings on, and giving way to traffic coming from behind.. A more enlightened development would have brought the path through from Stoneyme ... [more]

An extremely narrow shared-use footway on the corner of Stoneymeadow Road and Whin Place.

The start of a very narrow shared-use footway on Stoneymeadow Road. The dropped kerb is just beyond the map sign.

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