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Awful Anti-Bicycle Obstruction under the South Wales Railway on Alney Island, Gloucester. A Mental Metal Contraption to stop Bicycles on the National Cycleway Network. It locks people out with Dutch Bicycles, Tandems, Wide Handlebars, lik ... [more]

Bourn Brook Walkway, Quinton - fingerpost Location: , West Midlands (England, United Kingdom) A section of the Bourn Brook Walkway in Quinton from West Boulevard (after leaving Woodgate Valley Country Park) towards California Way. ... [more]

Bourn Brook Walkway, Quinton - signs - to Harborne and Selly Oak Location: , West Midlands (England, United Kingdom) A section of the Bourn Brook Walkway in Quinton from West Boulevard (after leaving Woodgate Valley Country Park) towa ... [more]

Woodgate Valley Country Park - fingerpost Location: Ridgacre, West Midlands (England, United Kingdom) Heading along the main path towards West Boulevard. All nicely paved, suitable for cyclists, joggers, walkers and dog walkers. Fi ... [more]

The layout entering Oatlands Square. Lots of signs and posts, but an attractive path through the middle.

Rugeley Parish Church - St Augustine of Canterbury - Station Road, Rugeley - signs - Cannock Chase Heritage Trail At the corner of Station Road and Market Street. To the left Rugeley Station (technically Rugeley Trent Valley Station). ... [more]

The key to this map says blue dashed lines are "Signed primary network separate from traffic". So why are developers putting up no entry signs as per https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/87701/?

These "No Entry" signs appeared whilst Wilton Terrace was being demolished and there was restricted access at the other end. However, that's long over and there's plenty of space now. So are these signs still up to dissuade people cycli ... [more]

City Centre footpath diversion - Coventry - subways to the city centre Location: Parkside, Coventry (England, United Kingdom) When I arrived in Coventry, I had to find a way to the city centre. An overpass of the Coventry Ring Road ... [more]

River Severn - Shrewsbury - signs - National Cycle Network route 81 Location: , Shrewsbury (England, United Kingdom) On the path near the River Severn, between the English Bridge and Shrewsbury Station. Was looking for an alternati ... [more]

Kings Norton Junction - Stratford-on-Avon Canal - towpath closed Location: Lifford, Birmingham City (England, United Kingdom) I walked a section of the Worcester & Birmingham Canal from Stirchley to Kings Norton (I was on part of ... [more]

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

Cyclists, be considerate with pedestrians on a busy section of the 13km path around the Zwischenahner Meer. Location: , Rostrup (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycleway at a crossing in Hanover (Lower Saxony, Germany), with cycle route signs for: Langenhagen (airport) 10km Altwarmbüchen 13km, Zoo 1.6km Railway sttion 0.8km, Kröpcke (central square) 0.6km.

No entry, bicycles free sign in Hanover (Lower Saxony, Germany).

Cycle route signs near the Maschsee: Altwarmbüchn 14km, Zoo 2.4km Langenhagen (airport) 11km Railway station 1.5km, Centre 1.3km Bredenbeck 20km Springe 33km, Barsinghausen 30km Wunstorf 29km, Garbsen 19km Gehrden 20km, Laatzen 14 ... [more]

Signs in Hanover: Centre 1km Guildhall 0.2km

Cycleway, skating permitted, and route signs. Springe 33km, Barsinghausen 30km Bredenbeck 20km Wunstorf 29km, Garbsen 19km Gehrden 20km Laatzen 13km. Location: Hanover-Mitte, Hanover (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Quite a forest of signs - and one more is needed: an 'Except cyclists' subpanel under the no right turn.

Cycle signs Location: Broom, Newton Mearns (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Green cycle route and 'tour de Fries' signs near the Jade: Wilhelmshaven 24.5km, Dangast 7.9km Zetel 19.5km, Varel 4.2km Brake 30km, Rodenkirchen 26.5km Schweiburg 7.6km, Diekmannshausen 4.7km Location: Schleuse, Varelerhafen (Lower Sa ... [more]

Cycleroute signs Route at a narrow path in Dorf Mecklenburg on the river Elbe - Baltic Coast cycle route. South: Schwerin 35.2km, Moidentin 2.1km North: Wismar 4.8km Location: Railway crossing at Dorf Mecklenburg (Mecklenburg-Vorpom ... [more]

Cycle route signs: Wismar 18km, Boiensdorf 1.1km Ostseebad Rerik 12.6km, Pepelow 2.2km Location: Boiensdorf (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

Cycleway sign indicating a mandatory cycle lane in Rostock. A brown sign indicating a historic site of a Stasi prison. Location: Stadtteil Stadtmitte, Rostock (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany) Street signs in Rostock.

Oldenburg cycleways. Cycle route signs at the 'Stautor' roundabout in Oldenburg. Distance to Hude 18km, to Osternburg 0.7km. Location: , Oldenburg (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Green Cycle route signs between Bremen and Oldenburg: Oldenburg 17.3km, Wüsting 12.2km (west) Hude 10km, Neuenkoop 5.4km (south) Elsfleth 9km, Berne 6.2km, Huntebrück 3.7km (east). Location: , Neuenhuntorf (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Green (off road) cycle route sign and wind turbines Wulmstorf 5km, Beppen 1.5km Morsum 3km, Holtorf 1.4km Emtinghausen 5km, Thedinghausen 1.7km Location: , Thedinghausen (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Green cycle route signs Holtum/Marsch 3km, Einste 2.2km Intschede 3km, Amedorf 1.8km Doubt the Pizza advertising is official/ Location: , Blender (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycle route signs Quiet road with cycle route signs: Red (on road): Hohenaverbergen 4km, Armsen 3.7km Südkampen 4km, Wittlohe 3.8km Green (off road): Lehringen 4km, Neddenaverbergen 1.4km Location: , Hinter den Bruechen (Lower ... [more]

Cycle route sign Location: , Hollige (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycle route signs Walsrode 12.5km, Düshorn 5.9km Hodenhagen 4.7km Ostenholz 7.2km, Westenholz 4.9km Bad Fallingbostel 11.3km, Krelingen 3km Location: , Krusenhausen (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycle route sign Hodenhagen 11.7km, Westenholz 2km Kröpke 5.6km Location: Ostenholz (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycle route sign and shelter. Meißendorf 7.2k Waller Holz 2.3km, Hassel 3.4km Offen 2km Belsen 2.9km Location: Gruenewald (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Lower Saxony's cycle route signs (approx location). Lower Saxony cycle route signs: Dehningshof 6.8km, Angelbecksteich 5.9km Celle via B191 8.2km, Reberlah 4km Unterlüß10km, Dalle 8.5km

End of shared used at a crossing in Saxony-Anhalt. Crossing with correct signage ("end" rather than the dreaded "cyclists dismount"). Location: Klaeden (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany)

Havelland Signpost Knot 01 Kuhhausen 9.1km, Jederitz 5km Location: Havelberg (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany)

Havelland Knot 02 Location: , Kuhlhausen (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany) Signpost and cyclemap: Havelberg 6.6km, Jederitz 3km Kamern 6km, Neukamern 4km

Havelland cycleroutes 83 and 75 Route 83: Görne 9.2km, Witzke 7.5km Stölln 5.6kmm Neuwerder 2.9km Location: Schoenholz (Brandenburg, Germany)

Route sign 44 and cyclemap Friesack 6.1km, Kleßen 4.6km Rhinow 17km, Schönholz 9.1km Location: Goerne (Brandenburg, Germany)

Route sign and cyclemap Havelland route sign 94 and public cyclemap. Rathenow 19.9km, Kriele 4.5km Friesack 10.2km, Haage 3.1km Wagenitz 2.5km Location: , Wagenitz (Brandenburg, Germany)

Along the Havel I found this useful system of "Knot Point" numbered route signs. This area West of Berlin seems keen to promote bike tourism. Route 83: Görne 9.2km, Witzke 7.5km Route 75: Stölln 5.6km, Neuwerder 2.9km.

This is supposed to be a cycle lane, not an obstacle course @MikeKaneMP , lunatics and asylum springs to mind ! http://t.co/LK59Raj36M

Cycle route signs in Vegesack near Bremen.

See clip at http://youtu.be/gOeMarpER4A This is a cycle route across and through the A14/M11 junction. It goes along the side of the A14. Notice that the signs are NOT in the path. An example of good practice!

A144 Norwich road cycle path looking north which has frequent crossings of business entrances with frequent signing of motor vehicle priority creating visual clutter.

NCN23 signs in Medstead, together with Common Hill Location: , Medstead (England, United Kingdom)

Entrance to Rutherford Road from Long Road. This is NOT a cul-de-sac for cyclists and pedestrians but a safe, convenient and important route to the city centre.

In April 2013 some road in Orchard Park (e.g. Cornell Court, Sweetpeas Way etc) had not been finished. The entrance to Cornell Court a features "cul-de-sac" sign - #48528, as at other place in Orchard Park an "except cyclists" needs to b ... [more]

Cul-de-sac signs on Topper Street in the car-centric estate of Orchard Park in South Cambridgeshire. This is an important cycle route to the Cyclebahn by the Guided Busway and the pedestrian and cycleway, which is the cycle route to the cit ... [more]

Cul-de-sac signs on Topper Street in the car-centric estate of Orchard Park in Southcam. This is actually an important cycle route to the Cyclebahn by the Guided Busway and the pedestrian and cycleway giving access to the city centre via No ... [more]

Cycle route signs to places in north Baden and the Alsace at the railway station in Rastatt.

Horseshoe pass sign, 3rd January 2002

UPDATE scaffolding is removed and the motor vehicle blocking resumes this blocking courtesy of @BT July 18 2016 https://twitter.com/GreenAlty/status/755027401621504000 Altrincham, Greater Manchester. Moss Lane near the railway station and ... [more]

Contra-flow gone wrong in Ballina Location: , Ballina Urban (Mayo, Ireland)

Totterdown Pedestrian and cycle sign pointing out the route to Totterdown in Bristol.

Signs galore at start of ramp up to Avonmouth Bridge! Junction of NCN 41 and 26.

Caution! Busy Road Location: Leamington (England, United Kingdom) "Caution! Busy Road" sign on a shared cycling and pedestrian lane in Whitnash, Leamington Spa.

new bridge Location: , Bincombe Down (England, United Kingdom)

Cycling is now permitted in Lower Castle Park, so long as cyclists stay between the green lines. The cycling prohibited signs have been relocated (see #36150), and new painted signs layed.

Poorly maintained sign in a poorly maintained area.

High to the sky...

Cycle route signs on Smithfield Road in Shrewsbury

Cycle route signs on Smithfield Road in Shrewsbury

Cycling prohibited on the shared use path on the Hinckley bypass (Normandy Way). Blue signs are only advisory so presumably the red cycling prohibited sign trumps the blue one for this section. Welcome to Leicestershire 2011 - yes to ... [more]

New multi-directional route sign whereby one "arm" blocks view of another, on Lexden Road.

New multi-directional route sign on Prettygate Road. It is completely obscured by the hedge from one side of the road, and reliant on the owner to keep it trimmed back. One of the "arms" is staggered but more need to be for them not to c ... [more]

New multi-directional route sign whereby one "arm" blocks view of another, at least from this side of Church Lane. From the other it is completely obscured by the hedge (see #27158), just as the sign this one replaces was (see #17827).

New route sign on Straight Road. Okay from this direction, but from the other, the white sign pointing the same way attached to the lampost obscures it.

New route sign on Heath Road.

New multi-directional route sign whereby one "arm" blocks view of another, on Church Lane.

New multi-directional route sign whereby one "arm" blocks view of another, on New Farm Road. From the path next to it, it is entirely obscured by poor placement (see #27149).

From the path across King George Field, the route sign on New Farm Road is completely obscured by a tree.

New multi-directional route sign whereby one "arm" blocks view of another, on Clairmont Road.

New route sign at Hythe Quay.

Ridiculous new multi-directional route sign whereby one "arm" blocks view of another, on Ipswich Road.

New multi-directional route sign whereby one "arm" blocks view of another, on Ipswich Road.

New multi-directional route signs whereby one "arm" blocks view of another, on Cowdray Avenue.

New multi-directional route sign whereby one "arm" blocks view of another, on Sportsway.

New route sign for Maypole Green and Friday Wood at Abbey Gates. The Garrison is missing and it is positioned too far from St John's Street to be useful. If it looks like there is a sign on the back of it, your eyes are not playing trick ... [more]

Route signs for South Suffolk Route A2, on Bridge Street.

Route signs for South Suffolk Route A2, on Bures Road.

Route signs for South Suffolk Route A2, on the B1087.

Route signs for South Suffolk Route A2, on the B1068.

Route signs for South Suffolk Route A2, at the bottom of Sulleys Hill.

Route signs for South Suffolk Route B and NCN Route 1 on The Street.

South Suffolk Route B and NCN Route 1 signs, on Woodlands Road, by Raydon Airfield.

Route signs for South Suffolk Route B1 and NCN Route 1, on Woodlands Road, by Raydon Airfield.

South Suffolk Route B and NCN Route 1 sign at the entrance to the Hadleigh Railway Path, on Woodlands Road.

Route signs for South Suffolk Route B, and the Railway Walk, part of NCN Route 1.

If the signing is ambiguous, be in no doubt this is the END (see #21974). On Severalls Lane (part of NCN Route 1).

End of Route and Cyclists Dismount signs, at junction with Monkwick Avenue. These should be replaced with useful route signs.

New widened pathway between Monkwick Avenue and the Garrison network of paths. There needs to be a route sign here.

New route sign on the Salary Brook path, for University, Longridge, Greenstead centre, Hythe station, and Town centre.

Route signs around the Garrison have had new timed signs and "finials" attached to their stem. Why does the Council think it's okay for cyclists to crane their head to one side to read a sign?

New route signs for Maypole Green, Friday Wood, and Town centre, on Flagstaff Road. No mention of the Garrison. OK from this direction, but if approaching from Abbey Field, these signs are of no use.

New route signs for the Garrison, Maypole Green, Friday Woods, and Town centre, on Circular Road South. Abbey Field to the right.

New route signs for the Garrison, Maypole Green, Friday Woods around Abbey Field, and Town centre under the subway. Hard to see from Circular Road North, Flagstaff Road, and Circular Road East.

New route sign for Greenstead Centre, and pre-existing North Station one, on St. Andrews Avenue. There needs to be a Town Centre route sign facing Alyssum Walk.

New route signs for Longridge, Salary Brook, Greenstead, Hythe Station, and the University, on Bromley Road.

Route sign for University* on Bromley Road, opposite The Beehive. It is also the start of the Salary Brook path and should be signed as such. There should also be a drop kerb here. * Showing the same journey time as an on-road route sign ... [more]

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