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It's not just youngsters that take shortcuts when the local path network as built is inadequate.

Useful link off A3 parallel route

Link through a wooden chicane to the parallel A3 route at the end of this private riad.

Useful segregated shortcut between Rotherwick Way and Field Way. Thankfully the ridiculous pram arms have been removed since #12389 was taken in 2008.

Widened short cut

The concrete path doesn't follow the desire line, and is getting overgrown in the corner.

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.

This gate is sometimes left ajar allowing a short cut.

Cut-through in York (great name).

With signs for NCN60 on the Hendham Vale path visible in the background, why not create a new path across this grass? See also #72645.

Unofficial ramp - presumably for the driveway at left is also useful to ride through this shortcut.

Skerries train station walking cycling short cut Funded by the NTA

@carsickglasgow @GlasgowCC #desirelines south of Bell's Bridge - lights in wrong place #fastlinkmess

Awkward pedestrian exit from Castle Park, further spoilt by some bad tempered signs, one of which screams not no-cycling. There's no good reason why this route couldn't be converted into a much more accessible wheel chair and cycle route ... [more]

Shouldn't that be a No Entry Except Cycles sign?

Main Road has a wide cycle lane, though it is only advisory. The overall width of the road is so wide that it could easily and should be a mandatory one. The "shortcut" into Felixstowe Road has an unnecessary "dogleg" in it.

Narrow, but useful cut through with obstructive bollards at each end.

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