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[Image taken 25.8.21] Holyrood Drive, York. The photo of this family shows one of the many reasons pavements are for people not for parking on. Where can children learn to scoot, balance bike, get more confident cycling, increase their … [more]

[Image taken 29.7.21] York. Monroe Close, York. Drivers completely blocking the pavements on both sides. The red car on the left seems to be the same as the one in the streetview image from July 2019. The vehicles obstruct sightlines for … [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] Pedestrians in York approaching the cycle cut-through between Tanner's Moat and Rougier Street. If you are a cyclist on Rougier Street and you want to reach Lendal Bridge (Station Road-Museum Street) to the right in … [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] View from the ASL on Station Ave/Station Road, York, direction of Rougier Street. The bus stops on the left-hand side are very well used. The carriageway is narrow. Drivers have been 'held up' at myriad sets of lights … [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] ASL from Station Ave, York, on Station Road, direction of Rougier Street. Lendal Bridge (Station Road-Museum Street and the Minster) are immediately left. The pedestrians in front of Krunchy's Sandwich Bar are crossing … [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] The Lendal Bridge end of the Lendal gyratory, York. A very cyclist-unfriendly environment. The entrance to-exit from the Tanner's Moat cycle cut-through is just visible close to the left of the York Pullman vehicle. … [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] View from Lendal Bridge (Station Road) towards the War Memorial on the Lendal gyratory, York. It's a noticeable incline. Particularly if you start from a stationary position at these lights. There are bus stops on the … [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] ASL on Rougier Street, York where it joins Lendal gyratory at Station Road. The two-way cycle cut-through between Rougier Street and Tanner's Moat is to the right. The cyclist has come from Tanner's Moat and is … [more]

As at so many other T-junctions, pedestrians and cyclists loose priority over side roads and turning traffic, like here at the entrance to the local primary school. The dropped kerbs are far removed from the junction with Ring Fort Road. … [more]

The T-junction on Chieftain Way with Rosehip Road is another example of a soft bend to minimise driver's loss of speed, with dropped kerbs away from the junction.

Pavements at Graham Road in Orchard Park. There are no blue "footway" signs, but there is one blue "Cyclists Dismount" sign on the back of the blue "shared use" sign visible at the junction with Tooper Street, see #48247.

Cambridgeshire County Council's streetlight replacement programme taking up the full width of the footway on Sweetpea Way in Orchard Park, see also #48524,

Cambridgeshire County Council's streetlight replacement programme taking up the full width of the footway on Sweetpea Way in Orchard Park, see also #48525.

Sweetpea Way and Aster Way in April 2013. Not quite ready. Sweetpeaway doesn't have pavements wide enough for a pushchair or wheelchair.

Oldenburg clears the snow form part of the pavement on mayor cycling routes.

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