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[Image taken 6.8.21] On the N3 in Nottingham. Good practice: segregation of cycle route from the main road and priority across side roads reinforced by road markings but also green surfacing. Further example see also: #173119

[Image taken 6.8.21] N3, Castle Boulevard, junction with Chippendale Street, Nottingham [] Good practice: the cycle route is segregate ... [more]

A gap is available for accessing the Paisley Road protected cycle track from Dalintober Street.

The Garscube Road cycle track is nearing completion, but some of the tactile paving is the wrong colour for non-signalised crossings.

Yesterday I had a look at a lovely older separated cycleway in Moreland, on O’Hea St. Separation & priority continues over side roads, and there’s a buffer between walking and cycling. Does anyone know the history of this project? Why w ... [more]

The southern end of the Garscube Road cycle track still hasn't been completed, but is at least now rideable. Top surface is all that is required. Further north, the path is complete up until Sawmillfield Street, with work in progress at the ... [more]

Finishing work still required at the southern end of the Garscube Road protected cycle lane. It will connecting into the underpass and other existing cycle infrastructure through Cowcaddens.

Progress on the Garscube Road cycle lane.

The Garscube Road cycle track taking shape, at the Corn Street junction.

The connection from the underpass to the new cycle track on Garscube Road.

The Garscube Road cycle track starting to come together at its southern end.

A view over the junction of Valley Road and Canal Road, with the NCN66 cycle track running through.

Approaching the end of the segregated cycle track from Valley Road.

Junction of Valley Road and Canal Road.

The cycle track on Valley Road approaching Bradford city centre.

A segregated cycle track on Valley Road. A bit surprising that half-battered kerbs have been used rather than the splayed ones used nearby on CS1 at #89793.

A segregated cycle track on Valley Road, and a connection through to the end of Leeming Street.

The full length of the Pearce Lane cycle track. For some strange reason, the dropped kerb at Water Row does not extend to the full width of the cycle track.

A protected cycle lane along Pearce Lane, between Pearce Street and Water Row.

Someone must have decided this layout was a good idea!

Getting the sense these prefab kerbs fitted to anchor points aren't suitable on a route with such heavy traffic (Middlepath St, Belfast)

Progress on the South City Way protected cycle lane.

The Torrisdale Street contraflow cycle track, looking towards the Pollokshaws Road toucan crossing.

White line painted down Ridgeway now. Problematic gates remain for the time being.

A segregated cycle lane at Saucel Street that doesn't connect up with the main road (behind camera).

An abrupt ending to the Hamilton Road cycle track, at a build-out. Maybe this is still to be dealt with.

Bus stop on Hamilton Road cycle track under construction.

Temporary signs blocking the new cycle tracks on both sides of the A74.

New but bumpy cycleway on a very dusty Hamilton Road approaching Broomhouse.

Cycle Lane Crosses Headley Lane

Cycle Path At Junction With Access Road Junction

End Of Marked Cycle Lane On Hartcliffe Way Looking North Location: Hartcliffe, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Looking forward to the new cycle route on Shields Road ..... Oh, wait a minute ...

Kerb close-up of segregated cycleway. Pavement on right of photo, island bus-stop on left. Angled kerb on left after bus-stop shows what hybrid join with road will look like.

Newly-built segregated cycleway. This narrow section will be bus-stop bypass, with island for loading on left of this photo. Crossing is flush with cycleway for prams, wheelchairs. Not sure purpose of bollards.

Segregated cycleway on Huntingdon Rd.

Start of the Huntingdon Rd segregated cycleway. Gentle merge with cyclists coming from Girton college, not the hard right-angle turn of original proposals! Options for turning right are not good, but there is very little to turn right fo ... [more]

The cyclist in #62731 starts away once the cycle signals have returned to red and signals for motor vehicles have changed to green.

A cyclist (the only Citybike hire bike rider I saw all day) watching the wrong signal and ignoring the cycle signals he's stopped beneath (see #62732).

The segregated cycle track on Stranmillis Embankment

The segregated cycle track on Stranmillis Embankment

The segregated cycle track on Stranmillis Embankment, at King's Bridge crossing

The segregated cycle track on Stranmillis Embankment

Road space reallocation - lane one of the dual carriagway converted into a cycle lane

A close-up of the steep ramp up to the bus stop raised crossing on the segregated cycle track on Balmore Road (see also #58583)

Poor drainage, and a very steep ramp up to the bus stop crossing, on the Balmore Road segregated cycle track (see close-up at #58584)

A minor road crossing on the short length of segregated cycle track along Balmore Road

A short length of segregated cycle track on the Safer Route To School on Balmore Road

Driver of SD59 VXE obstructing Waterloo Street segregated bike lane. Think this is acceptable parking @GlasgowCC ?

Cycle track between Broad Oak Lane and Golden Way, with separate footway

Cycle track crossing side road

Segregated cycle track next to road

Priority for cycle track over garage entrance on Waterloo St Connect2 cycle track, shortly before launch. The triangle markings are interesting.

Shortly before launch, the Connect2 cycle route in Waterloo St, Glasgow, with left turn for Blythswood St being directly into the Advance Stop Line box, in which there is a bus.

Trafford's expensive attempt at segregation unfortunately it's seg of parked vehicles not cyclists.

End of the dedicated cycle track, start of the shared-use footway, on Waterloo Street.

New segregated cycleway on Waterloo St, part of Connect2 project

Segregated footway/cycleway on NCN14 Western Approach, South Shields

Segregated cycle track on main road through Seaton Sluice village, at point where NCN 1 takes a detour along the coast road.

Segregated cycle track on main road through Seaton Sluice village, obstructed by motorist parked on cycle track next to free car parking layby. Cycle track could do with some Diagram 1057 symbols at layby.

Segregated cycle track on main road through Seaton Sluice village, at bus stop

Segregated cycle track on main road through Seaton Sluice village

Under construction cycle track on Waterloo Street, part of Connect2 project (see also #46668)

Two-way segregated cycle track up to College Green

End of segregated cycle track (see #39297), becoming advisory cycle lane at bus stop

Segregated cycle track alongside Temple Way (see also #39298)

P1080059 Location: Petts Wood, London (England, United Kingdom)

The cycle lane alongside Severalls Lane (part of NCN Route 1) has good segregation.

The cycle lane alongside Severalls Lane has good segregation.

Segregated route towards the pedestrianized city centre ). These cyclists just crossed a road where the cycle way has preference over road traffic. In this section, the centre lane is free to cycle. Note cyclists of all ages (no helmets, no ... [more]

Segregated route towards the pedestrianized city centre (passing underneath the raised railway line). Clear sign and use of different coloured materials to segregate cyclists and pedestrians. At the road crossing after the railway bridge th ... [more]

Sign for a dog walking path where dogs may be allowed off their leads. It isn't only cyclists who have segregation in the Netherlands. There are also dog walking paths like this, fishing paths, walking paths etc. Rarely does a cyclist ha ... [more]

Segregation - the intention is that pedestrians use the left and cycles use the right. But it doesn't work!

This is supposed to be a cycle route! Here we see the paradox of the chicane. On the left is the cycle route - with its ridiculous chicane, and on the right the pedestrian side - free of the chicane. So which side is easier to ride on? Y ... [more]

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