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The signs in Sauchiehall Street have at long last been changed to 'No Motor Vehicles' in place of 'No Vehicles', recognising that it has been legal to cycle there ever since it was made a Core Path some years ago.

The signs at Cambridge Street now permit cycling into the Sauchiehall Street precinct.

Although the signs at West Campbell Street have been changed from 'No Vehicles' to 'No Motor Vehicles Pedestrian and Cycle Zone', there is no dropped kerb to enable cycling into the cycle zone.

With the cycle route on Cambridge Street in the background, still no provision for cycling to it from West Campbell Street.

Cycle symbols have appeared at the entrance to the pedestrian precinct in Cambridge Street, apparently in contradiction to the 'No Vehicles' signs. Sauchiehall Street is a Core Path (which permits cycling), but Cambridge Street is not. … [more]

The northern part of Dunlop Street, looking towards Argyle Street pedestrian precinct. Cycle parking is provided next to the bollards. The two rising bollards are both in the lowered position.

The end of Miller Street looking towards Argyle Street pedestrian precinct. Argyle Street forms part of the Core Path Network, and as such cycling is supposed to be permitted. However, the signs for the precinct do not say this. One of the … [more]

Cycling in Effingham Street pedestrian precinct.

No cycling in the Carlton Street pedestrian precinct.

Cycle parking on Gillygate. Cycling not allowed in the pedestrian zone ahead.

Time-limited restrictions on cycling in the pedestrian precinct.

All of the cycle parking stands in this central part of the city centre appear to be formed of two bollards connected by poles, which are quite awkward to lock to with a D-lock if you want to lock a wheel and the frame without an extension … [more]

Oh look, new signs from @ChelmsCouncil to show how unwelcoming they are if you cycle to the city centre. One to add to my new blog.

More cycle parking stands, and a sign for the "Alternative route to Inverness East".

A cycle workstand opposite a cycle shop in Falkirk High Street.

Kirk Wynd looking towards the High Street, with a taxi parked across the courtesy crossing.

Lint Riggs is part of the pedestrianised area in Falkirk town centre, and connects Upper Newmarket Street to the High Street.

No Cycling in the High Street, 11am to 4pm. Not strictly observed.

Could do with some cycle parking stands around here.

The bins seem to have gone, but more bike parking is still needed in Cambridge Street. One bike looked like it was abandoned. This will be an important parking location for anyone new to cycling when the Woodside mini-Holland is built.

Time limited Cyclists Dismount sign in Cheapside, along with damaged Pedestrian Zone signage, and some cycle parking.

Cyclists Dismount 10am-5pm, and at other times? No Entry applies all the time. Maybe not the intention.

Everyday cycling in Inverness

Hire bikes in various states of distress, in Argyle St precinct.

Cycle parking in Buchanan Street full up again.

The pedestrianised High Street in Paisley, which certain politicians seem intent on abolishing.

A 'Watch Your Speed' sign in a pedestrian precinct, where there are already speed humps!

Route sign in Gilmour Street. Just need to get around the railings on the footway.

A lack of bike parking on Sauchiehall Street outside Watt Brothers.

Buchanan Street pedestrian precinct is a Core Path, and according to various people at the council, cycling is allowed in both directions because of its Core Path status, but still the signs say 'No Vehicles'.

'No Cycling' and 'Cyclists Dismount' signs in the High Street East pedestrian precinct. Some bike stands can just be seen on the left, behind the bouncy castle.

The start of the West Highland Way in Milngavie. Compare this to the start of the Allander Way across the road #70914.

'No Cycling' and 'Cyclists Dismount' in the pedestrianised High Street in Redcar, and 'No Entry except buses' on the link through to Lord Street.

Having negotiated the edge of the Tesco car park, route 2 heads through the pedestrian plaza.

Some cycle parking in Kilwinning town centre, comprising non-standard fancy stainless steel arcs that are more awkward to use than standard Sheffield Stands. There are another 3 stands at the other end of the Main Street.

Cycling in the pedestrian precinct is allowed before 10am and after 4pm

No vehicles in pedestrian precinct, including no cycling, even when goods vehicles are allowed in for loading.

Pedestrianised section of John Street where cycling is permitted, but only southbound. Why not both ways? There are No Entry signs at the other end of this block.

Pedestrian Zone - No Vehicles except for loading and disabled badge holders

No bike parking here, so bikes locked to posts. UPDATE: Some cycle parking has been provided around the corner - see #70914.

No Cycling sign in Northumberland Street pedestrian precinct.

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