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I'm sorry, just WOW! This guy showing that there are few barriers to active travel as he rides one-legged through Ditton Meadows. He's carrying a crutch on his left side for when he needs to stop. This is bow-down unmitigated aweso ... [more]

Van blocking contraflow cycle lane on Bateman Street. A daily occurrence for much of the year - certainly this last week, and most summers from July to October. There are, of course, parking spaces marked and vacant just across the road, b ... [more]

"Uferstraße" One way street two way for cycling.

Example of a segregated cycleway up a oneway street. Brilliant modern infrastructure.

(False) one way street two ways for cyclists.

Asda Car Park cycle lane

False one way street - two way for bicycles sign.

Sauf biciclette - No entry except cycles. Semi pedestrianised road in Bordeaux.

Malet Street before the alterations to be implemented early in 2010. Two-way road with closure and a lengthy cycle gap with cycle parking outside University of London Union,

No left turn, except (undtaget) bicycles sign in white/red colour. Allowing cyclists to turn to go up a street with a "low flying motorbikes sign". Confusing signs not just in Cambridge.

No right turn, except (undtaget) bicycles. Allowing cyclists to turn to go up one way street.

No entry - "bicycles" frei / free. This one way street (for motor traffic) is typical in its car parking layout, which are located in blocks on either side, so that cars have to slow down and "slalom" between them.

Coronation Street runs from Hills Road to Panton Street one way East to West. For the last block it runs the opposite way West to East (from the very narrow St Eligius Street to Panton Street. This short stretch of one-way street has probab ... [more]

Coronation Street runs from Hills Road to Panton Street one way East to West. The last block it runs the opposite way West to East (from the very narrow St Eligius Street to Panton Street. This adds three blocks in heavy traffic on narrow r ... [more]

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