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[Image taken 29.7.21] Stirling Road, Clifton Moor, York. Marrtree, the new owners of the land to the left, say the strip of planting around it is not theirs. I got it cut last year when it blocked the path. It exacerbates the blind corner. ... [more]

New path to access south of Hairmyres hospital site from Strathtay Ave (update to #113723). Soft segregation around outhouse is quite tight but protects from parking and has gaps to join to/from road.

Overgrown bushes along the path towards Pollok House from the southern side of the Pollok Estate. This was in the process of being cut back a little distance further on.

Drove Road, Newton Mearns

The standard of construction of this riverside path appears to be very poor. A hole has opened up at the edge here, and both sets of steps have been fenced off. The kerb at the back of the path is set very high.

Paths on both sides of the canal at Linnvale have bumpy surfaces.

The path on the north side of the Forth & Clyde Canal at Linnvale has a loose gravel surface, while the direct route to Strauss Avenue is just a grass path.

A path connecting Bearsden and Drumchapel has been kept open during the long-term water works in the area. However, the surface is not good for cycling on, and the other path nearby, from the western end of Annan Drive, would probably be a ... [more]

Access between Drumchapel and Bearsden has been maintained during the long-term water works. The surface of the temporary path is stones and not good for cycling on. However, the path south (to the right) has been closed since it goes throu ... [more]

The Drumchapel Way path surface is poor.

The path does not have a proper built surface.

The path between Balmore Road and Aultbea Street is poor enough without this narrow barrier. The surface of the direct path to Castlebay Street, off to the right, is even poorer.

The direct path from Byshot Street to Finlas Street has steps. There is also a rough path around the steps, seen to the right, but this is very uneven, overgrown, and best avoided if cycling. The area around Byshot Street has been abandoned ... [more]

The riverside path is separated from the car park by rising bollards, although they hadn't been deployed at the time of my visit.

The riverside path outside the Clydebank Leisure Centre.

The Titan Crane in Clydebank, and access to the new riverside path to the right.

Cycle parking at the western end of the riverside path in Dalmuir. The path does not connect into the hospital grounds ahead.

A dropped kerb is still required at both ends of the path connecting the Clydebank Business Park and Singer Road.

Toucan crossing across Mosspark Boulevard to reach the Dumbreck Road shared footway route across the railway and motorway bridge, heading towards Pollok Country Park. If coming from the west, the grass separates the shared path from the ... [more]

The path alongside Bellahouston Park and Mosspark Boulevard leads directly to the toucan crossing across Dumbreck Road to Fleurs Avenue, but there is no link across the grass to the new toucan crossing across Mosspark Boulevard to join the ... [more]

'No Cycling' on the narrow path next to Robertson Park. There is a parallel route through the park where cycling is permitted.

The end of McClue Avenue has been shorted and the area given over to parkland, but there's no proper dropped kerb to access the path to the left.

The underpass in #170471 does see some usage for getting between NCN7 and the Scotstoun Conservation Area, since the route gives safe access to Earlbank Avenue.

The final section from the riverside path up to Inchinnan Road is quite steep, with a barrier at the top. See also #170232.

The riverside path ends at the Argyll Stone, next to the Normandy Hotel.

The riverside path in Renfrew, alongside the River Cart. The concrete panels give way to asphalt for the rest of the path's length to Inchinnan Road.

The riverside path turns from following the River Clyde onto the River Cart.

The Blythswood Light, one of a number of navigation aids along the River Clyde.

The surface of the riverside path changes from asphalt to concrete panels. One or two of them are slightly out of alignment here and there, although not a serious problem.

The riverside path in Renfrew, beside the River Clyde.

A section of tree root damage on the riverside path, next to the golf course. There was another smaller area of tree root damage over next to the River Cart.

The riverside path where it comes away from the river to go around the scrap yard.

Narrow barriers to negotiate at the end of the riverside path in Renfrew.

Barriers and signs at the start of the riverside path in Renfrew. It only reaches the riverside after the scrap yard.

Barriers on Inchinnan Road at the entrance to the riverside path, next to the bascule bridge.

Cycle infrastructure in Surrey is a joke https://t.co/1AKXwEskvT

The track from the playing fields car park (see #170045) arrives at Guidmans Road just short of the path northwards on the other side of the road. However, the road is one-way.

From the playing fields car park, this track links to Guidmans Road and almost connects to the path network beyond.

The path from the allotments (see #170043) reaches the playing fields car park via this gate. The kerb could be lowered to make it more accessible.

While it is possible to cycle through from the allotments to the playing fields at Pollok Country Park, the path through the woods is unsurfaced and muddy in places, so won't become one of my regular routes through the park.

The tiniest shared-use sign on the path to Bengal Street.

Path/road crossing near the Burrell Collection in Pollok Country Park.

A barrier with an asphalted path through the gap leaving the road into Pollok Park. This route leads to some quieter options for routes through the park. The notice is about reporting crimes against wildlife.

Rea Valley Route at Cannon Hill Park - Cycling past the Fairground Location: Cannon Hill Park, Selly Park (England, UK) A Sunday morning walk around Cannon Hill Park. Forecast was rain, it later started to lightly rain, before it g ... [more]

The path between Cartcraigs Road and Kennishead Road is a little overgrown, but may not see use for much longer since the nearby railway bridge (see #169924) is proposed for demolition.

A dumped motorbike partly blocking the path between the railway bridge at Cartcraigs Road and Kennishead Road, plus a shopping trolley in amongst the trees.

The path connecting Cogan Street and Shawbridge Street has been laid out for pedestrian use only, but provides a route to and from the retail park that avoids Nether Auldhouse Road, so would be useful for cycling too. Although there is a ... [more]

A path through Robertson Park in Renfrew, with a white line cycle route marked upon it.

Path beside the River Cart at Renfrew.

Around Braehead Shopping Centre, Renfrew.

Having established that the path through the woods wasn't particularly useful for cycling, I continued along the path until I came to this barrier. Although the path continues ahead, there is no break in the barrier down the middle of the s ... [more]

While at Canniesburn Toll I decided to see whether the path through the woods to the west was suitable for upgraded for cycling. But it wasn't really.

A broken lighting column on the path between Station Road and Conon Avenue. As is commonly the case, the lighting columns have been placed in the width of the path and not to the side, causing local narrowings of an already not particularly ... [more]

The path from Canniesburn Road going over to join the Garscadden Way and Drumchapel Way.

A poor surface on the path the Glasgow to Cumbernauld cycle route is signed along in Glenconner Park. With a little bit of work it could even be quite nice, although the person cycling along the footway of Royston Road in the background wou ... [more]

It would be useful for east-west journeys to have a proper connection between Hawthorn Street and Campsie Street (which leads to Wallacewell Road). But at present, the most direct connection is a gravel path between the footways of Atlas Ro ... [more]

The path on the right connects Jessie Street with Prospecthill Circus (at #113826), while the one on the left heads past some of the new housing and onto the Malls Mire nature reserve.

Building work continues on the redevelopment of the Prospecthill Circus area, although I wasn't clear what the purpose of this fencing was. The path could do with upgrading, that may be still to come.

Paths around the north side of the Malls Mire nature reserve are less formal than those around the centre.

Having left Malls Mire nature reserve, the path meets another around the playing fields at Toryglen Road. Over to the right is the path from Prospecthill Circus that is currently being rebuilt.

A path in Malls Mire nature reservce, looking towards the council boundary. It is possible to get across into Rutherglen here, but there's a short section of steep path here.

Malls Mire nature reserve.

Paths within Malls Mire are appropriate for a nature reserve. The steps link up to the path between Prospecthill Circus and Toryglen Road in Rutherglen (that is currently being rebuilt).

An asphalt ramp in place of a dropped kerb at the end of the Stobcross Street service road, probably as good as the location can hope for. The path leads to the Stobcross Bridge and NCN756.

A dropped kerb on the path from Elliot Street to the Clydeside Expressway sliproad.

The alignment of Abbotsford Place is continued in the form of a path, but is blocked by the parked car transporter on Cumberland Street. There is no formal crossing or even dropped kerbs.

The path from Prospecthill Circus to Toryglen Road in Rutherglen is finally being rebuilt.

The path from Prospecthill Circus to Polmadie Road is being rebuilt. This end is pretty much complete.

The path from Prospecthill Circus to Polmadie Road is being rebuilt.

It must be a cycle path if it has a barrier across it. Ah, but it leads to a pedestrian crossing, not a toucan crossing, and the path on the other side does not align with the crossing. I noticed while waiting that a number of vehicles w ... [more]

[Image taken 6.5.21] Marygate car park, York. View from the riverside end - just reopened in its new width format - of the route through Marygate car park. The red block shows where the steep slope to/from Scarborough Bridge intersects with ... [more]

[Image taken 6.5.21] Marygate car park, York. A very steep slope leads to/from Scarborough Bridge. To get up a slope on a cycle you need a runup and to be positioned correctly. Wider, longer cycles (see: #165610), and those with trailers ( ... [more]

A footpath connects the roundabouts of Braidcraft Road and Brockburn Road, where a dual carriageway was not built across the Levern Water. So much room to do something more appropriate with.

[Image taken 23.4.21] Clifton Moor Gate, York. [Image taken 23.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. This path is bi-directional shared use. But it is only just wide enough for a couple with a pushchair. For other images on this topic see: #167979 and ... [more]

[Image taken 23.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. This is bi-directional shared use. But it is too narrow. This cyclist (see also: #167369) has no luggage is not riding with or carrying a dependant and is not sharing the route. Add in other users ... [more]

[Image taken 23.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. This is intended to be a bi-directional shared use path. The only signs (see: #167368, #167347) are at the far ends. There is no repeater signage. For other images on this topic see: #167980, #1679 ... [more]

[Image taken 23.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. The 'facilities' from/across Clifton Moor Gate for cyclists lead them onto the inadequate width path (on right in image) but see also: #167368, #167369. Many of us prefer to use the road. Access is ... [more]

[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]

The new riverside path from the Titan crane leaves the riverside and follows a zig-zag course a little back from the river bank. It then ceases, without (as yet) connecting to the path seen in #167649.

A new riverside path, next to the Titan crane in Clydebank. At present, it is a dead end path.

A nice section of riverside path, but it doesn't connect to anything else. A new section of path is being installed beyond the navigation light (see #167654), but with the industrial estate in the way, does not look like it will link up.

A path connectinging an industrial estate to the hospital entrance road along the riverside. I guess the things at the side of the path are meant to be cycle parking stands, although placed right up against a kerb, and in a location unlikel ... [more]

Gated path between Allander Street and Tannock Street. The path surface is whindust, with a liberal coating of glass.

[Image taken 18.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. I believe the pedestrian/cycle path needs to be a Copenhagen/continuous crossing over the entrances/exits. Images taken today about this see also: #167341, #167342, #167343, #167344. For the Villag ... [more]

[Image taken 18.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. I believe the pedestrian/cycle path needs to be a Copenhagen/continuous crossing over the entrances/exits. Images taken today about this see also: #167341, #167342, #167343, #167345. For the Villag ... [more]

[Image taken 18.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. I believe the pedestrian/cycle path needs to be a Copenhagen/continuous crossing over the entrances/exits. Images taken today about this see also: #167341, #167342, #167344, #167345. For the Villag ... [more]

[Image taken 18.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. I believe the pedestrian/cycle path needs to be a Copenhagen/continuous crossing over the entrances/exits. Images taken today about this see also: #167341, #167343, #167344, #167345. For the Villa ... [more]

[Image taken 18.4.21] Hurricane Way, York. There’s a signed cycle route between the junction with Clifton Moor Gate to Village Street, Rawcliffe, passing retail outlets. It’s difficult to reach the Tesco roundabout on the other side of ... [more]

The route between Erradale Street and the Halloween Pend is steep, rough, now has a large flight of steps, and is unsuitable for any kind of cycling, so this obstruction is of no particular concern. Just avoid the route entirely.

A new section of path connecting the Snow Bridge and the grounds of the University of Glasgow, with potential to connect to the redevelopment of the Western Infirmary (behind).

The new path in Dawsholm Park (on the right) ends where it meets the old path for the second time. A direct asphalted route through the park between Dalsholm Road and Ilay Road has been reestablished.

The new path from Dalsholm Road continues through the park and has at long last provided an alternative route around the section of park that was fenced off years ago. The fence is now lined with trees. The old path can be seen to the right ... [more]

A brand new path with a brand new barrier obstructing it, in Dawsholm Park. The path to the left leads to a flight of steps, and to the right continues around the edge of this part of the park to link with the main path through the woods, b ... [more]

A brand new path with brand new barriers obstructing it, in Dawsholm Park.

A brand new path with brand new barriers obstructing it, in Dawsholm Park. The new path links Dalsholm Road coming up from the river to the higher level part of the park, and bypasses the steps visible in the distance to the left of the pat ... [more]

A brand new path with a brand new barrier obstructing it, in Dawsholm Park. The new path leads into the muddy puddle on Dalsholm Road that still hasn't been sorted.

The dual path behind Blackburn Street and Plantation Square at Craigiehall Street.

The path from Seaward Street joins Portman Street and Scotland Street West.

The path from Shields Road and Scotland Street runs alongside the northernmost section of Shields Road before rejoining the road. The asphalt strip gets progressively narrower, forcing everyone onto the cobbles.

A railing and kerb obstructing the end of an otherwise quite cycleable path providing links through the quiet street network.

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