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The shared footway outside the Alison Lea Medical Centre. I don't know who thought that this would be an adequate design.

The end of the Calderwood Road section of the cycle route to Brancumhall, and some footway parking outside the Alison Lea Medical Centre.

The widened footway on this side of Calderwood Road ends, but not before it has been obstructed by a control cabinet for the toucan crossing.

The Calderwood Road shared footway switches sides at the toucan crossing ahead.

The Calderwood Road shared footway, with a bus shop, footway parking, and a pinch-point crossing on the road across to a school.

Give way at Capelrig Drive, with space for a waiting car.

Give way at the schools entrance.

Both paths have cycle signs on them, so possibly could divert if a heavily laden bus pulls up and starts unloading, but otherwise the left path goes directly to the school and the right is for following Calderwood Road.

Cross Carlyle Drive behind a waiting car.

Give way to drivers exiting the Whitemoss Recreation Area - loss of priority.

Options to pass in front of or behind the bus shelter, depending on bus passenger activity.

Limited sight lines at the St Leonards Road traffic lights on the Calderwood Road shared footway.

The Calderwood Road shared footway passing a bus stop at the sports centre.

The original cycle track from the Whitemoss Roundabout joins Calderwood Road, but a new shared-use footway starts and continues to the Alison Lea Health Centre, from where there is a local cycle route extending to Brancumhall.

A path being widened at Whitemoss Roundabout.

The cycleway along the Whitemoss Avenue footway (see #107581) is signed into the park and towards Avondale Avenue (and the path with steps in #107573).

I'm hoping this newly marked cycle path alongside Whitemoss Avenue will be widened once the work behind the hoardings has been finished.

'Slow' - a path that needs widened once the work behind the hoarding is finished.

The path parallel to Churchill Avenue is being widened, although not by much.

Steps on the path between The Centre Roundabout underpass and Avondale Avenue. Avoid this path on a bike.

No barriers at the Livingstone Drive crossing, but potentially vulnerable to obstruction by car parking.

The only barriers I encountered on the Whitehills cycle route, and no signage to say whether the route goes straight ahead to the Queensway underpass or turns right along Strathcona Place towards the Murray Roundabout.

The Whitehills cycle path at the Stroud Road underpass, leading to Whitehills Terrace where cyclists rejoin the carriageway.

The Whitehills cycle path approaching the Stroud Road underpass.

The Whitehills cycle path.

The main route of the Whitehills cycle path forks left.

The connection from the Whitehills cycle path to Copenhagen Avenue.

The Whitehills cycle path, at this point no wider than most other main paths in East Kilbride.

The Whitehills cycle path and on the right the stepped ramp down to the Quarry Road underpass.

Path options approaching Quarry Road. The left branch leads to an underpass.

The path behind Greenhills Primary School turns towards Quarry Road, but has connections straight ahead for Sycamore Crescent.

A slightly wider path next to Greenhills Primary School, although the lampposts have been planted within the width of the path, making it effectively slightly narrower.

A ramped path retro-fitted next to two and half steps without a banister, creating a slightly complex junction behind the Cedar Drive shop.

Path parallel to Cedar Drive.

Ramped footbridge over Stroud Road at Pine Crescent.

Barriers across the path at Curlew Drive, the Crosshouse Primary School access road.

The path between Crosshouse and the Greenhills shops, crossing Crosshouse Road by means of a footbridge.

Broken concrete elephants on the path in Crosshouse. Original condition: https://www.flickr.com/photos/stan_bonnars_artworks/4296923973

Barriers across the path at Mallard Crescent, and no dropped kerb.

Netherton Road closed to motor traffic.

Barriers at Burnside View raised crossing. Hardly a busy main road!

Barriers at the junction of two paths.

Netherton Road, now a path between Lindsayfield and Crosshouse/Greenhills.

A messy end to Netherton Road path at the housing development in Lindsayfield. Direct access to Jackton Road is long gone, although the sign for the East Kilbride to Strathaven cycle route is visible.

The continuity of Netherton Road (now a path) has been destroyed by the junction at Applegate Drive. Not even a dropped kerb at the end of the path (which has been slewed away from its original alignment).

A path parallel to Greenhills Road that connects through to other streets and paths, including an underpass beneath Greenhills Road at Mossneuk.

A path parallel to Greenhills Road, looking east.

The path from Lonsdale Gait goes right through Newlandsmuir to meet up with #107473. A proper crossing across Greenhills Road would help.

Barriers on the paths either side of Newlandsmuir Road. Quite why East Kilbride's cycle route 1 doesn't go straight across and along the path ahead right through to Lonsdale Gait (avoiding the Greenhills Road roundabout) I don't know.

The path linking Newlands Road to Newlandsmuir Road on East Kilbride's cycle route 1.

East Kilbride's cycle route 1 and its underpass beneath Westwood Road, heading for Darwin Road.

The path forming East Kilbride's cycle route 1 between Darwin Road and Mungo Park, at the underpass beneath Murrayhill at Bowden Park. No signs.

The cycle path between the Murrayhill underpass and Mungo Park is in a rather poor condition.

The cycle path from Mungo Park to the Murrayhill underpass being used as a private driveway, with a sign for East Kilbride's cycle route 1 hidden behind a bush.

The original cycleway from the Righead Roundabout underpasses simply merged into Murrayhill, but a short section of extra path was added for East Kilbride's cycle route 1, allowing direct access to and from Livingstone Drive without going o ... [more]

No signage for East Kilbride's cycle route 1 anywhere through the grounds of the Dollan Aqua Centre, including here where the route leaves the car park and enters the park.

A totem pole and information board at the entrance to The Saltings nature reserve.

The barrier at The Saltings car park.

Another barrier blocking the end of a bridge in The Saltings nature reserve. So I'll give this path a miss too.

The Saltings nature reserve, next to the Erskine Bridge.

The path from The Saltings to Donald's Quay, and some pedestrian congestion at the barrier seen in #107387.

A barrier across the path between Donald's Quay and The Saltings. It's always worth checking whether the gate is locked or not. At this point, the path is running along the formation of a former railway line.

A path at Donald's Quay, parallel to the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath.

The path to the canal could not only be wider, and have a dropped kerb at the end, but could also meet the road nearer the corner to avoid being blocked by parked vehicles. The priority sign to the right needs corrected too.

The path from Kilpatrick station passing under the Erskine Bridge and onwards to the Lusset Glen.

The junction between the ramped paths up to the Erskine Bridge, and in the foreground the path under the Erskine Bridge which links to Kilpatrick station and a park.

No widening of this narrow footway took place to convert it into the Clydebank North Circular Link cycleway. Pathetic!

The path along the edge of the park disappears under a bush, and because the grass is at the foot of a slope, the grass can get a bit too boggy to cycle on.

Southern entrance to Kingussie Newtonmore Road (the A86), near Kingussie, Badenoch, Scotland

Cycleway and the A86 Newtonmore Road (the A86), near Kingussie, Badenoch, Scotland

The Cleddans Burn path, part of the Garscadden Way and Drumchapel Way, approaches Achamore Road.

A scenic section of the Drumchapel Way and Garscadden Way, on the Cleddans Burn path.

An information board for the Cleddans Burn path, part of the Garscadden Way and Drumchapel Way.

A poor quality surface at the start of the Cleddans Burn path, part of the Garscadden Way cycle route and Drumchapel Way walking route. The footway on the Goals access road swaps from the north to the south side at this point.

Poor condition asphalt path and damaged marker post on the Drumchapel Way.

Next the Drumchapel Way goes up some shallow steps as it starts to head towards Kinfauns Drive.

The Drumchapel Way continues down some very shallow steps to a bridge across the Garscadden Burn.

A close-up of the marker post that is not for the Drumchapel Way (from #107167). Leg-it around Drumchapel.

Three marker posts, but only two are for the Drumchapel Way, so turn right.

The Drumchapel Way continues.

The Drumchapel Way turns left to join with the Garscadden Way. The Drumchapel Way is a walking route around Drumchapel and the surrounding woodland described at https://forestryandland.gov.scot/images/pdf/rec_pdfs/DrumchapelWoodsLeaflet.pdf

The winter has taken its toll on the Garscadden Way. This is listed as an official cycle route in the council's GIS system at https://glasgowgis.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=0a599fa51e3d4460a615653700769bf7

The path across to the Garscadden Way blocked by fallen branches, but will anyone notice there's a path to be blocked?

The Forth & Clyde Canal towpath is now in a reasonable shape, but the path to Beardmore Street only gets worse as it goes on!

No path from the small park to the pedestrian crossing on Western Isles Road.

I'm sure a better entrance to this path could be built at Knightscliffe Avenue. The plot to the left was only recently rebuilt.

A poor quality path, with a hump, at a crossing with a track at Dalnottar.

A rather uninviting entrance to the Thomas Wood Path at Duntocher.

Alternate path - Stockley Trail to right

The Grantchester Meadows path just doesn't get any better. This is the condition after the County Council have allegedly "fixed" it. All it needs is a tarmac path between the end of the surfaced road to the start of the surfaced path. I am ... [more]

The Grantchester Meadows path just doesn't get any better. This is the condition after the County Council have allegedly "fixed" it. All it needs is a tarmac path between the end of the surfaced road to the start of the surfaced path. I am ... [more]

Exit right to Brimington Road - note that there is a flight of steps at the road. Towpath goes to left

TPT recommended route for cyclists off narrow towpath along disused railway track.

Road exit over Lockoford Lane at Tapton Lock for cycles North bound on TPT

Brueton Park, Solihull - paths Location: , West Midlands (England, United Kingdom) A look around Brueton Park in Solihull.

Merritts Brook Greenway - Bournville - exit to Woodbrooke Road Location: Bournville, Birmingham City (England, United Kingdom) A section of the Merritts Brook Greenway in Bournville from Hay Green Lane to Bournville Lane. Beyond that ... [more]

Bourn Brook Walkway, Quinton - path Location: , Birmingham City (England, United Kingdom) A section of the Bourn Brook Walkway in Quinton from West Boulevard (after leaving Woodgate Valley Country Park) towards California Way. It i ... [more]

Bourn Brook Walkway, Quinton - fingerpost Location: , West Midlands (England, United Kingdom) A section of the Bourn Brook Walkway in Quinton from West Boulevard (after leaving Woodgate Valley Country Park) towards California Way. ... [more]

Woodgate Valley Country Park - fingerpost Location: Ridgacre, West Midlands (England, United Kingdom) Heading along the main path towards West Boulevard. All nicely paved, suitable for cyclists, joggers, walkers and dog walkers. Fi ... [more]

Woodgate Valley Country Park - path Location: Ridgacre, West Midlands (England, United Kingdom) Heading along the main path towards West Boulevard. All nicely paved, suitable for cyclists, joggers, walkers and dog walkers.

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