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Narrow shared use footway next to A road.

Footway cycleway crosses side road.

Cycleway admits to being narrow.

Cycleway admits to being narrow.

Cycleway admits to being narrow.

The horrors of footway cycleways.

The horrors of footway cycleways.

Roundabout routes.

Footway cycle route crosses here onto the Foss Islands Cycle Route on York's Orbital Cycle route.

A minimum-width two-way cycleway and no dedicated footway means both people walking and cycling have to take avoiding action even when there are only three of them

Many parents pick-up their children at the daycare centre by bike, which is great. The shared-use path is clearly insufficient, however.

Milton Road NW-side is busy with cycling, especially after school lets out. The shared-use path is insufficient to the needs. A proper 2-way separate and protected cycleway is needed here.

This 'Public footpath' is a link to the busy Busway track towards the Cambridge Biomedical Campus and the Railway Station. Why is there no sign? It does not even indicate that the path leads to a stop for the Busway.

Cycle route signs Shared use and cycle route signs by the Zwischenahner Meer. Location: Rostrup (Lower Saxony, Germany)

New double yellow lines and a nice big shared-use sign on this stretch of NCN Route 1, off Cowdray Avenue. (It was previously being used as a car park -- see #60192.)

Shared use in Llandudno.

New Bit. NCN11 Shared-use. Family groups need space especially with young riders

Coe Fen. Shared-use. 3.0m Still tight when two bikes pass and there is also a pedestrian

Coe Fen Shared-use 2.25m. need to single out not sociable. Can't even chat to child in rear seat

Coe Fen. Shared-use 2.25m widening to 3.0m Cycles needed to single out

Coe Fen NCN11 Shared-use. 1.6m You need to look behind you just to walk next to your child

Coe Fen NCN11 Shared-use. At 1.6m there is no room for cycles

Coe Fen. Shared-use 2.25m Family Group with mother 'protecting' youngest. What if they met another?

Shared-use NCN11 2.5m Caution needed if approaching walkers from the rear (they'd 'just' moved across as they thought they were spoiling my photo, and hadn't seen or heard the bikes)

NCN11 shared-use 2.5m just enough room for two-abreast walking when you can see the oncoming rider

NCN 11 on 'New Bit' Shared-use 2.5 m. enough to ride two-a-breast if no others around

New Bit. Shared-use 1.6m path. When social walking there is little room for safe cycling

CGB shared-use path. Regular use by people towing child trailers requires more than 3m especially where visibility is limited (Long Road underpass)

CGB shared use path. 3m on a bend. Needs more width where visibility limited

3m wide (kerb to kerb) underpass beneath Long Road. Pedestrians single out for rider who rang bell. Poor visibility an issue

Link to Long Road from CGB path 2.75m wide path pedestrians naturally walk to one side, but riders singled

NCN11 2m wide shared-use. Parents (tandem) with small child. Not wide enough to meet others in safety

NCN11 With a 2m shared-use path both pedestrians and riders need to single out. Easy when you meet, not easy when you overtake

End of Shared-use Path. Is it useful to end next to a bus-stop? Or would it be better to go to the road crossing further up? As a confident rider, I'm happy to use the bus-stop to pull into the main road and turn right to follow NCN11. H ... [more]

End of shared-use track past new housing development

Junction on shared-use track past new housing development

Shared-use track past new housing development

Shared-use track past new housing development

Transition between gravel (cars allowed) and tarmac cycleway sections of Fairfield Lane.

A10 cycleway stops with this uncontrolled merge onto the rough-surfaced Watlington Road just where traffic is accelerating away from the Oakwood Corner roundabout towards the quarry. It could be a useful link to RR30 to Watlington rail stat ... [more]

The better bit of the A10 cycleway just stops at this roundabout with a right-angle turn into a set of unmarked crossings of busy roads and an incorrect sign that says "Watlington ¼m" - maybe to the parish boundary, but not to the village ... [more]

A10 cycleway bends away from the road to cross the Polver Drain on this dedicated walking/cycling bridge instead of narrowing to fit over the road bridge.

A10 cycleway alongside the busy 40mph road. This stretch is OK except for the vegetation encroachment.

Cycleway bends around the layby. A bit narrow, with hedge and a snack shack along one side. Surface damaged by all the lorries that park with wheels on the cycleway. Needs widening, smoothing and defending from lorry wheels if we're going t ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/r7wCmwndh0A Brooklands Avenue has a shared-use path on it. This is nice for those who don't feel comfortable in a rather narrow, unpleasant road space, but it still has it's issues with poor behaviour from peo ... [more]

Sandringham Railway Path (NCN1/EV12/NSCR) heading north. 2.8m wide shared greenway. People walking and riding share easily but it could really do with more of it widening to 4m to ease congestion.

Worn markings on shared use path at corner of Parkside and Park Terrace. These were renewed in February 2014.

Shared-use pavement alongside Parker's Piece but markings worn and in need of replacement. Surface redone February 2014 see photo #57095

See clip at http://youtu.be/j3vrcIvnKeM The lorry possibly does fit into the last exemption of the 1988 RTA section 21. I just want to show why sometimes what seems like plenty of space (in common sense parlance, an indicator of failing ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/Q5YDpTzx5mQ Not only 5 vehicles today, but a follow on of the 3 vehicles yesterday (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkjzw0BTEVo). Sadly, camera focus failed to get numberplates. When this kind of offense is ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/4azbH98U0T4 Just a little further on from http://youtu.be/Q5YDpTzx5mQ. It's getting clearer that the developers believe they are above the law. And why shouldn't they as nothing is ever done about it. Of cours ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/xkjzw0BTEVo I know sometimes builders and construction workers have awkward spaces to service. This doesn't mean this kind of public space abuse is acceptable. 1 of 3 vehicles parked in the shared-use path ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/xkjzw0BTEVo I know sometimes builders and construction workers have awkward spaces to service. This doesn't mean this kind of public space abuse is acceptable. 1 of 3 vehicles parked in the shared-use path ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/xkjzw0BTEVo I know sometimes builders and construction workers have awkward spaces to service. This doesn't mean this kind of public space abuse is acceptable. 1 of 3 vehicles parked in the shared-use path ... [more]

Westway westbound- shared pavement/cycleway, wide enough only for single file pedestrians, beside 6 lane A40

Arbury Road

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