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The cycle track from Churchill Avenue carriageway for avoiding The Murray Roundabout being resurfaced. On the right, the newly upgraded shared-use footway that runs the full length of Churchill Avenue.

Cycling home with Flora along Pollokshaws Road. Traffic management for the shared path resurfacing better cycle provision than path itself! Buy hey, 6 lanes for motors obviously essential https://t.co/Whhbubr5SC

1/2 Yet another #designfail for #Edinburgh #cyclinginfrastructure. If this is what extra funding gets us we're screwed. https://t.co/8XNeziZQjN

Another unfinished section of the Cathkin Relief Road's cyclepath.

Hopefully this will be fixed soon.

Path in Wyndford being widened, rerouted and resurfaced, providing more direct route between Kelvin Walkway and Southmuir Place.

Brace yourself people. This is St Andrew's Street opposite John Lewis. Obviously they haven't finished yet (I don't know what that mesh is underneath the tarmac) but it's looking good here.

The cobble replacement work only goes so far, so together with the bumpy path opposite Speirs Wharf means the canal path is still not the ideal route into the city from the northwest that it could be.

Access from Baird's Brae to the canal bridge and city-bound path is cobble-free, but the left turn towards Maryhill involves crossing a strip of cobbles.

New smooth shared path down Baird's Brae.

Some new surfacing on the canal path at Baird's Brae, partly replacing cobbles

A section of the A77 cycleway being resurfaced and widened. Several bike tyre tracks can be seen.

A section of the A77 cycleway that is being resurfaced, and has been left open for use in the meantime. Off to the left one of the crossing points can just be seen, where the dual carriageway can be crossed to access properties on the op ... [more]

A section of the A77 cycleway being upgraded. Unfortunately the newly installed lighting columns now obstruct the path. With some forward planning, they could have been placed nearer the fence, out of the way of the cycleway.

An upgraded section of the A77 cycleway. Unfortunately the newly installed lighting columns now obstruct the path. With some forward planning, they could have been placed nearer the fence, out of the way of the cycleway.

@magnatom @carsickglasgow using tablet. Never used surface being removed. http://t.co/WhUfBj6lag [This newspaper article relates: http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/glasgow-city-council-spends-thousands-5626645]

The iron work is still a little raised but Short Street is finally being resurfaced, with the setts removed too. Let's hope it lasts.

Lovely looking new surface to one of the paths across Queen's Green. It's still got barriers round it and this appears to be the only section that's been completed, however. Compare this with #56466 or #56465

The Advance Stop Line (see #33287) has disappeared after resurfacing!

Not only is there vertical upstand left at dropped kerb after resurfacing, but now the road markings have been reinstated with a loading bay marked over half of the dropped kerb!

Resurfacing a cyclepath, Dutch style. This four kilometre long, four metre wide cycle path is being resurfaced. There's room for two rollers next to each other. The sign reads "Fietspad - dus niet brommen". i.e. "Cyclepath - therefore ... [more]

Resurfacing a cycle path, Dutch style. Another layer is applied to a four kilometre long four metre wide cyclepath.

Worn out cycle lane on Alderman Road, complete with potholes since it wasn't resurfaced when the outside lane was.

Re-surfacing of Mill Road

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