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Harvey Goodwin Avenue

Road from the top deck of the Huddersfield to Halifax bus.

Is it really necessary to have this sort of signage for bends in what should be a low-traffic residential street?

Bikes on the footway.

This narrow street cuts through a pedestrian area at a junction where there is very poor visibility, ideally it should be closed to motor vehicles. There's a 20mph roundel here, but even that is too fast for the intersection.

Welsh Newton

Hockley Farm Road passes under Leicester's ring road.

Roe Street 10mph

Arbury Road cycleway

Arbury Road, Cambridge with an almost two metre wide cycleway.

Milestone pointing to Kirkburton or Sheffield. Repainted since my last visit a few months ago, see #100586.


Arbury Road cycleways on both sides with 20mph roundals

Kirkby Lane, Peckleton

Castle Hill

NCN route 1 seems to cross this bridge entering Lincoln, but we saw no signs. Ed notes: it's named Titanic Bridge and there's a hot-potch of signs: 5 mph Cyclists: beware of blind summit NO PEDESTRIAN ACCESS NO PEDESTRIANS There's ... [more]

20mph roundel

'National Speed Limit' signs which suggest the limit is 60mph for this type of road, yet there's a 50mph roundal.

Saxmundham gateway feature - some plants in a couple of hand wash basins. There's a fading 30mph roundal.

Road widened for the central island - rather defeating the whole point of these things which I think are presumably to regulate the speed.

20mph zone

Teversham Road, Fulbourn.

Mill road is now a 20mph area

Mill road is now a 20mph area

30 mph seems to be unreasonably fast for these very narrow roads


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