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Coronation Street, Cambridge

Coronation Street, Cambridge

M Street North West bike lane

United States Department of the Treasury and a hostile road environment.

Arrows and sharrows on Store Street.

Cycle markings on Skipness Drive.

Nicely placed sharrow to get contra-flow cyclists riding well away from car doors. Compare #70403.

Collier Road - with a contraflow cycle marking

Collier Road - two-way for cycling.

Cycle route over the cattle grids

Sign on the BC Parkway at a major crossing.

The Silverburn to Pollokshaws & Newlands cycle route turns right at the dropped kerb blocked by the red car. No signs.

The Silverburn to Pollokshaws & Newlands cycle route turns left here, but you have to look up the side road and notice the cycle symbols on the road to know! Achievements in cycling?

Part of Tinto Road is part of the Silverburn to Pollokshaws & Newlands cycle route.

NCN756 continues along Larchfield Drive, but the path to the left is also a cycle path and goes up to run alongside the Cathkin Relief Road.

Cycle marking on the A6.

Sign telling drivers and cyclists to merge in turn

Camberwell New Road

Waiting area for second stage of right turn.

Camberwell New Road

This sharrow for oncoming cyclists is outside the car parking, almost in the middle of the road. It is a bit hard to see in the harsh mid-September daylight.

The entrance to Vinery Road from Coldham's Lane. This formerly one way street is now two way for cycling and there's a sharrow on the right to confirm that.

Vinery Road has no entry with except cycles panes and there's a contraflow cycle lane. I cycled down there, and a car came round the corner and shouted at me that it was a one way street.

The entrance to Belgrave Road from Mill Road. This street has recently been converted to permit contraflow cycling as shown by the sharrow in the foreground, but the one way arrow remains in the background.

Garden Walk - with 'Except cycles' subpanels on the no entry signs, and a sharrow.

Springfield Road with an 'Except cycles' subpanel on only one of the two 'No Entry' signs, and there's a sharrow.

Fitzwilliam Street no entry except cycles and a sharrow.

Sharrows on St. Andrew's Street buy just about enough space from the buses if you're confident enough to face them off.

Sharrows lure cyclists off the road and onto the shared use footway on Milton Road.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Trafalgar Street - now two-way for cycling.

Trafalgar Street now two-way for bikes.

A sharrow at the end of Trafalgar Street, where it meets Trafalgar Road marks it as two way for bikes.

No! - This is not a good place to put a sharrow :-) It can be done better, see: #104199.

On-road cycle lanes in Lenzie, with centre-line removal. The road isn't wide enough for cycle lanes and general traffic lanes so drivers drive in the cycle lanes, at least where there aren't parked cars in them.

In ancient times, city planners scratched crude representations into the ground, hoping to summon bike lanes

The southern end of Garden Walk at its junction with Victoria Road.

Garden Walk facing north near the Victoria Road end where the cars are parked on the eastern side. There are road markings reminding drivers to expect contraflow cyclists.

Corrected road markings. Location: Drumoyne, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Two things to note: 1. Cycle marking sharrow directing into a parked car! 2. The signs on the lighting column are facing the wrong way.

Spectacular road markings where the Hudson River Greenway crosses a road.

East 51st street has bike sharrows - which are share lane markings on roads

Cycle symbols painted in the gutter and right next to parked cars.

The latest iteration of this entrance to Hope Street marks contraflow cycling for a few metres. I hope (sorry!) this is better at reducing the number of motor vehicles that cut the corner when egressing.

Contraflow markings on St Andrews Street now have arrows and are the full length of the road, following several requests for this. Makes the situation much clearer now.

Hobson Street

Hobson Street

Cycles all over the place!

Excellent big white cycle markings on Argyle Street remind motorists that this is a two-way street for cycling.

Cycle symbol road markings.

Small bike symbols in the gutter on Crouch St have been burned off and replaced with large symbols in a much more prominent part of the road.

Bus lane

The new cycle symbols on St. Andrew's Street help confirm this is two-way for cycling.

Cyclists forced off the road by stupid road marking, turning left to go right.

Grafton centre marked with an unfeasibly narrow cycle lane. Fifteen years later: #102932.

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