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[Image taken 13.5.23] Village Street, York. Motorists are completely blocking the only stretch of pavement. Other image here today and links: #193931.

[Image taken 13.5.23] Village Street, York. Motorists are completely obstructing the only pavement. At least one was here for Rawcliffe Carnival as the driver asked me, on behalf of the other adult and small children, for directions.... … [more]

[Image taken 13.5.23] Village Street, York. It’s the day of the annual Rawcliffe Carnival and drivers are using the one existing pavement, plus the verge for parking. Other image here today and links: #193931.

[Image taken 13.5.23] Village Street (through the barriers), York. [No street view at this exact location] Context: #193049. A pedestrian carrying bulky shopping, a young child on his cycle... Typical users of this area. Yet motor vehicle … [more]

[Image taken 16.4.23] Village Street, York. Looking towards the turning to the Lysander Arms. No space for a footway on this side but there’s room to park. So people on foot have to cross and cross back again. Context and links: #193049.

[Image taken 16.4.23] Village Street, York. No footpath or protection for people moving between the motor traffic-free routes to the left (see: #193052) and through the chicanes ahead. Context and links: #192973. Other images here today and … [more]

[Image taken 16.4.23] Village Street, York. Motor traffic-free link supports this residential area of York. But there's a gap in the provision if you want to move between here and the Rawcliffe/Clifton Moor retail parks and the extensive … [more]

[Image taken 16.4.23] Village Street, York. There's no pavement (footway) on the other side of the road but drivers still consider it's fine to park on the one that there is. Context and links: #193049.

[Image taken 16.4.23] Village Street, York. There is just the one pavement but on Sundays it's unofficial car parking. I didn't think someone in a wheelchair of around 1m would be able to pass several of these cars. Grass is not part of the … [more]

[Image taken 15.4.23] Village Street, York. As I was taking the two photos here today, first one then a second person, the neighbour of the first, stopped. Three of us stood talking on the ‘no footway’ side of the street. They live on this … [more]

The gyratory doesn't even have a footway at the back of the Hydro car park, and with the SECC covered walkway closed, people are finding their way to Finnieston as best they can.


This big tractor thundered along Wenden Road at a fair lick. The size of these vehicles has constrained the opportunities for traffic calming. There's no footway on this half mile stretch.

Despite the recent changes after four and a half years of campaigning there is still no footway for half a mile here. The road is still 60mph (or whatver anyone thinks is the national speed limit for this type of road). The measures along … [more]

No footway for 800yds

A pedestrian walks along the A9 trunk road sliproad, under the Golden Bridge in Inverness. Transport Scotland has decided not to provide walking or cycling facilities alongside the A9 as standard. … [more]

An excellent iconic image - which has been used to great effect by the Access Walden campaign in Saffron Walden Reproduced from the original at: … [more]

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