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Raised crossing where NCN756 and Piccadilly Street meet.

A warning to motorists to look out for walkers and cyclists when going over the blind summit approaching Drumburgh.

A tiny warning for motorists to slow for the blind summit and look out for walkers and cyclists.

Another 'End of Cycle Route' followed immediately by the continuation of the same cycle route. Slow for and give way to anyone with keys to the gate.

Slow for a sodding gate post? Surely priority signs like those on the adjacent road would be more appropriate.

Excellent signage at the Scottish Water work on the Garriochmill Road access to the Kelvin Walkway. A short path has been laid around the back of the work compound to maintain pedestrian and cycle access.

Croyde

The Calderwood Road shared footway, with a bus shop, footway parking, and a pinch-point crossing on the road across to a school.

I'm hoping this newly marked cycle path alongside Whitemoss Avenue will be widened once the work behind the hoardings has been finished.

'Slow' - a path that needs widened once the work behind the hoarding is finished.

Cycle parking at the top of the steep bit of the hill, saves having to pedal back up if the bike is already at the top. But some proper stands at the shopping centre entrance would be better.

SLOW

SLOW

SLOW

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SLOW

Swansea cycle route behind a bus stop.

The usual obstructive parking encroaching the door-zone cycle lane and pavement parking in Alderman Road. Maybe it's time for the Alderman Road scheme to be ripped up and a cycleway built next to the footway and car parking placed next to t ... [more]

Broken bollards and broken speed cushions on Netherton Road.

A blind corner risk on the new Summertown Road shared footway. Note that the position of the dropped kerb discourages cycling away from the wall and towards the kerbline where there is better visibility.

Steep decent through Achran Forest

Bothceston Road approaching junction with Desford Lane

Leaving Botcheston

Merry Lees Road approaching Botcheston.

SLOW for narrow section of new cycle lane past floating bus stop

The end of the Ravenscraig cycleway and the provision at the A723/B7066 roundabout. Cyclists to merge onto the road, with sliplanes provided both sides. Hopefully this will be rectified when the road is dualled. A new footway/cycleway is pr ... [more]

The Ravenscraig cycleway joins the cycling provision at the A723/B7066 roundabout. There is no provision beyond the roundabout in any direction, so probably best to avoid the A723 northwards.

I don't think anyone will notice this repair...

The Ravenscraig cycleway at the northern crossing of Plantation Road, including provision for those going straight ahead and joining the carriageway.

An 'End of Route' sign when the route clearly continues along New Craig Road. The route from here northwards uses the correct flat-topped tactiles and not the corduroy ones used across the junction southwards.

The most people I saw all day on bikes.

The sign and artwork outside the Ravenscraig sports centre.

The Ravenscraig cycleway outside the sports centre. The entrance is at the far end of the path, then double back to get to the cycle parking.

The cycleway through Ravenscraig crosses the access road to the sports centre. Corduroy 'hazard' tactiles are used on this section, rather than the correct flat-topped 'cycleway' type, and placed so close to the crossing that people on bike ... [more]

End of the line-segregated cycleway through Ravenscraig. Why doesn't it continue through to Craigneuk St?

South Lanarkshire Council is excelling itself here, I think.

Not good for cycling, not good for bussing.

The solution to the Whistleberry gap was not to build a ramp to the steps next to the A725, but to sign the existing footway as a cycleway, with no widening at bus stops, just markings.

The solution to the Whistleberry gap was not to build a ramp to the steps next to the A725, but to sign the existing footway as a cycleway.

A bus stop bypass on Paisley Road cycletrack.

South Lanarkshire Council's interpretation of a bus stop bypass, with no continuous footway so all pedestrians expected to walk via the bus stop island. The bus stop itself is in a layby so buses may get delayed waiting to leave.

South Lanarkshire Council's interpretation of a bus stop bypass, with no continuous footway so all pedestrians expected to walk via the bus stop island. The bus stop itself is in a layby so buses may get delayed waiting to leave.

Two-way cycle lane on Chapel St, approaching junction across Cable St. The narrow footway leads to people walking in the cycle lane.

Q19 Kingston segregated cycleway

With-flow and contraflow painted cycle lanes in Church Street, with access to the Stonewell toucan crossing across the footway to the left.

I can't help thinking that this sharp corner could somehow have been avoided.

Potential for an impasse

Another tape-covered lamppost that has priority over cyclists.

Slow down and Give Way to a lamppost.

Paint and stripy tape will make it better!

Tucking Mill Lane, NCN24

A short section of shared-use footway forms the new connection from Macfarlane Road to Killermont Road, as part of the interim Bears Way route. See also #85480.

The legendary hairpin bend of the Viaduct Walk Location: , St. Andrews (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Brand new. What a shambles. This council is ripping the pish out of us, folks. https://t.co/EWsktpLR7v

The new section of cycleway along Clyde Place.

"Bristol and Bath Railway Path" Crossing -- Item Number 1 could be a proper footbridge over the Bristol and Bath Railway Path just here https://twitter.com/thislast/status/750347435797573632

The covered walkway/cycleway between the SECC and Minerva Street

NCN route 1 seems to cross this bridge entering Lincoln, but we saw no signs. Ed notes: it's named Titanic Bridge and there's a hot-potch of signs: 5 mph Cyclists: beware of blind summit NO PEDESTRIAN ACCESS NO PEDESTRIANS There's ... [more]

A short dead-end cycle track at a roundabout, that could easily continue on to the New Lanarkshire College in the background.

Cyclist Slow Down - University of York

The Water Street 2-way cycle track.

A facility has been provided to allow cyclists to head straight up Water Street for a bit, to avoid the gyratory at Chapel Street.

The end of phase 1 of the Bears Way cycle route, and having had priority at numerous junctions, this Give Way means cyclists will have to stop for cars turning into Burnmouth Place. The old cycle lane continues for only a few metres beyo ... [more]

The end of phase 1 of the Bears Way cycle route, and priority over turning traffic at junctions is immediately lost with this Give Way. This is also the point where northbound cyclists are meant to cross the road to use the cycle track. ... [more]

A basic bus stop without a shelter or much of an island between the boarding point and the cycle track.

A new bus shelter in the way of the Clyde Gateway cycle track, which has been crudely diverted around the side, without any footway widening. Madness!

'Allo 'allo 'allo, what do we have 'ere then? An inappropriately positioned bus shelter obstructing the cycle track, and no widening of the footway to compensate.

A new toucan crossing across Crown Street, next to Albert Bridge. I pressed the button to cross, waited, crossed during a gap in traffic, then it detected that I had crossed and cancelled the call button.

The traffic calming on Hamilton Road is by means of chicanes. Cycle lanes have been painted in one direction through these chicanes.

Wenden Road

Path Crossing Path

Bridge over disused railway and no right-turn at dangerous junction.

'O' (see #60726)

It's disappointing that the opportunity wasn't taken to widen the shared-use footway during the Borders Railway bridge parapet works (see also #60727).

Slow

Slow

Perhaps a bit late to be telling cyclists coming down the hill in King's Park to go slow!

A van parked partially over the end of the path from the King's Park station underpass. Would the driver park over any other junction mouth like this?

This area likes signs! Location: Broughty Ferry, Dundee (Scotland, United Kingdom)

The junction where the Dundee Green Circular route leaves company with NCN1, which becomes the Angus Coastal Path. Location: Broughty Ferry, Dundee (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Lots of vehicles triggering the 50mph/Slow Down signs on A41 dual carriageway on approach to at-grade junction (see also #53676)

Personally, I'd choose the shared-use footways over the roadway any day! This was the only photo I took at this location where the '(50)/Slow Down' electronic signs weren't lit (see also #53677).

'Cyclists Slow Down' through the Botanic Gardens, Belfast

Cycle ride from Twycross to Atherstone

Sudden end to segregated section of cycle track on The Avenue at bus stop. From here it is a narrow shared-use footway into Seaton Sluice.

"Danger - Slow Down - Path surface uneven and broken" sign on Luggie Glen path, the old route of NCN75, referring to subsidence such as at #43945 and #43947

"Danger - Slow Down - Path surface uneven and broken" sign on Luggie Glen path, the old route of NCN75, referring to subsidence such as at #43945 and #43947

See clip at http://youtu.be/h1x75CMNVkU "Highway code rule 163". http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_070314 This car decided to "go for it" despite oncoming traffic. This forced the oncoming car to slow whil ... [more]

A rather pathetic sign, really - see #38931

Unspecified hazard

West Street into Clyde Place is anything but slow!

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