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[Image taken 1.7.23] Burton Stone Lane, York. (Looking northbound.) I struggled to push my cycle in the gap marked by my red arrow. I don’t believe the space left on the pavement used for sandbags people was sufficient for easy or safe use … [more]

[Image taken 13.7.23] Field View, York. The owner of a Land Rover completely obstructed the pavement for some hours today. Is the parking by the delivery driver behind an example of copycat behaviour or would s/he have blocked the pavement … [more]

[Image taken 29.5.23] Scarborough Terrace, junction with Hudson Street, York. This person (ditto the couple before her) was happy for me to photograph her having to walk around the inconsiderately parked vehicle. I said I would send it to … [more]

[Image taken 29.5.23] Scarborough Terrace, junction with Hudson Street, York. This vehicle has been here a few times when I've walked and cycled this route. For pedestrians the dropped kerb is obstructed. For all path and road users the … [more]

[UPDATE: Late May 2023 the scaffolding was removed] [Image taken 13.5.23] Scarborough Terrace looking towards Filey Terrace, junction with Hudson Street, York. A local company – CPS Roofing - is working on the property with the … [more]

[Image taken 10.5.23] Garth Terrace, York. Pavement obstructed by works materials. Dark vehicle with blacked out windows on pavement. Reported. Other image today and links: #193871.

[Image taken 17.2.23] Pizza Time, Burton Stone Lane, York. The area when no vehicle is parked here – on the forecourt or on the pavement. It shows how narrow the pavement is due to all the 'furniture' (obstructions). The tarmac damage of … [more]

[Image taken 17.2.23] Pizza Time, Burton Stone Lane, York. This vehicle is regularly here – on the pavement - in the evening. Is she the regular delivery driver for Pizza Time? The car is obstructing the pavement. It makes the narrow space … [more]

[UPDATE: An email from CYC says: "It [My email] has already been passed to the Head of Housing Services who has taken the matter up with contractors." I hope all involved will learn from this and the practice will stop - at work but also in … [more]

[Image taken 10.1.23] Field View, York. Pavement being used as parking. There is a dropped kerb under this vehicle. No pedestrian – no matter how lithe, tall, unencumbered - could get through. Never mind children on scooters or balance … [more]

[Image taken 6.1.23] 6 Filey Terrace, York. A partially sighted neighbour with her wheeled walker and assistance dog walk in the road. The pavement is obstructed and has been since around mid-November 2022. Context and links: #188017. Other … [more]

[Image taken 20.11.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. I asked this couple if I could take this photo. They agreed immediately. They are on the pavement on the east side and heading north. They are therefore facing the oncoming traffic. People … [more]

[Image taken 20.11.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. Completely obstructed pavement. The traffic calming scheme is supposed to deliver benefits for pedestrians as well as other non motorised users of the route. See obvious effect on pedestrians: … [more]

[Image taken 28.10.22] Electric Center site, James Street, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location] Moving around this site is hazardous enough... #186340 so I moved the pallet off the pavement. Context: #186761. Other image today and … [more]

[UPDATE: 20.4.22 An email from CYC says: "I will ask the contractors to remove the One Way sign and locate it elsewhere." Later image: #181987] [Image taken 14.4.22] Mill Lane, York. The sign leaves only 68cm for pedestrians. It's not … [more]

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