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Park wherever you like in Britannia Street.

The path linking Newlands Road to Newlandsmuir Road on East Kilbride's cycle route 1.

'Keep Clear' but no clear cycle access to the crossings at the Dumbarton Road/Mountblow Road junction. Farm Road off to the right leads to the Forth & Clyde Canal, although Dumbarton Road ahead is the most direct route to the town centre.

Only pedestrian access from Old Dalnottar Road to Dumbarton Road, and even that is via a pedestrian crossing off to the left at #107094.

The end of Hallglen Terrace and the start of the path through to the Glenburn Road underpass. See also #103233.

Lack of permeability at the end of Parkhead Road in Hallglen. There is a similar step off to the left as well.

The end of Callendar Boulevard and the start of the path to Old Redding Road.

The path alongside the Grange Burn, a bridge across the Grange Burn, and a sign for a completely cycleable walking route to Grangemouth Stadium.

Obstructive parking in Craigton Road, next to a partially empty ASDA car park.

The end of Bog Road is blocked off at Callendar Road and only pedestrians are allowed through. See also #101207.

The dropped kerb required for cycling along the path in #100561, if it were not blocked by the parked van, is always obstructed by the lamppost. The 'No Through Road' needs an 'except cycles' sign if the path is to be considered to be pa ... [more]

No dropped kerb at the end of the path linking the two halves of Turnberry Road, so anyone wanting to cycle along the path has to cycle along the footway for a little bit too.

A high kerb across the end of the path to NCN754 Forth & Clyde Canal.

The end of the path from Clay Road at the Clay Crescent bus turning circle. All this could be upgraded to improve active travel permeability within Shirrel.

Route 4 from Craiglinn joins the path to the B8048. I don't know which kerb I prefer to bump!

No dropped kerb for access to path network at Blackburn Street.

The missing link in a 20-mile mostly off-road cycle route between Glasgow Green and Strathclyde Country Park.

An unexpected 'End of Cycle Route' sign, given that we haven't reached either Tweedbank station or NCN1 yet. The route continues along the road, see #91202.

The north end of Brock Road has the same problem as the Brock Burn path, but is slightly nearer to the zebra crossing at the health centre.

Simple route to crossing on this side, but a mess on the other side (see #90314).

Getting from Sandy Road to NCN7 on Beith Street involves negotiating a maze of parked cars and kerbs.

Railing and kerb present obstacles to anyone wanting to cycle to residential Barrowfield Street, although the far end of the turning head does have a dropped kerb.

Earnock St has a path across to Pollock Avenue at the end, which then continues towards Peacock Cross.

Earnock St has pedestrian access to Burnbank Road, but only away from Hamilton town centre. No provision for cycling.

It's possible to walk from Queen St, across the High Blantyre Road split Zebra Crossing, and into Stewart St, but there is no provision for cycling.

It's possible to walk from Stewart St, across the High Blantyre Road split Zebra Crossing, and into Queen St, but there is no provision for cycling.

The end of Bellsfield Drive, open to pedestrians, closed to vehicles. With a little work could be open to bikes too.

No obstruction for pedestrians going to the nearside footway on Mary Rae Road, but I want to cycle to the footway on the far side of the road and link to the (future) shared-use footway to Raith Interchange.

The dropped kerb for getting onto the Springburn cycle route from Mollinsburn St is on the right, but one on the left may be more convenient.

No dropped kerb specifically for accessing the new Springburn cycle route from Adamswell St, but the entrance on the left has a convenient enough one to use instead.

A short section of shared-use footway leading to the toucan crossing across Great Western Road, but no dropped kerb, unlike #87530.

The end of Lochburn Road, blocked with railway sleepers, but with a gap for bikes and pedestrians. The guy on a bike, visible in the background, was lost and looking for the canal path (on the embankment to the right).

A dropped kerb in the middle of the end of the road would be preferable to one at the side, not least due to the obstruction of the columns and tactiles next to them. The path to the left leads to the Garscube Landscape Link #23797.

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