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Woodhall Road, Thornbury

Woodhall Road, Thornbury

One of a number of missing speed cushions on Carlibar Road, and yes, a driver did swerve onto the other side of the road to take advantage of it.

Fulbrooke Road

Bradwell Road, Loughton, Milton Keynes

Fowlmere Road

Full width dark speed hump.

The cycle lane down one side of Langdale Street is being used for car parking. The street can get quite busy with through traffic.

Start of the faded door-zone cycle lane in Maxwell Drive. The cycle lane in the opposite direction has already expired by this point.

The cyclist avoids the pavement cycle lane that the driver up ahead is in the process of parking in.

The speed humps are freshly painted, but the cycle lane is looking rather faded.

Very little remains of the Langdale Street pop-up cycle lane. Just a painted lane now, with car parking and some inside lane driving occurring too. See … [more]

Nuneaton streets of terraced housing with motor vehicles stored on both sides.

Nuneaton streets of terraced housing with motor vehicles stored on both sides.


Cycle contraflow lane, annoyingly goes over the speed bump heading uphill

Markfield Recreation Ground with some cycle friendly speed bumps

Blacklaw Drive, and footbridge. Again, no signage for East Kilbride cycle route 2 at the junction ahead.

Back to 10mph on Reynolds Avenue (see #107767).

A brief section of 20mph road before back to 10mph.

The Drumchapel Way on The Antonine Road.

There is an unmarked speed hump either side of the Cleveden Road bridge on the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath, which are quite hard to spot if you don't know they are there.

So this guy decided to drive over the pavement and down the Embankment cycle highway earlier. Till he was thwarted by the sharp speed bump. Lemming

NCN7. Unmarked & almost invisible speed bump. No cycle bypass. My ass is still sore from first time I 'found' this. #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17

A speed cushion installed the wrong way around, with the steep faces towards traffic and the shallow slopes towards the sides. This means a hazard for any cyclist not going around the side, but a smoother ride for drivers!

Nightingale Lane

Althorp Road

Nottingham Road

Nottingham Road

Beechcroft Road I find it very weird to have the hatching like this along the middle of the road.

Beechcroft Road

Fishponds Road

Fishponds Road - its a bit of an uphill this way. The cycle route sign (for meaning see #73568) here seems to be meaningless. This road feels like a bit of a 'rat run' for motor vehicles - I suppose the speedbumps confirm that.

Fishponds Road with unusual lit intersection sign

Selkirk Road

A cycle lane in the middle of the (two-way) road approaching the one-way section of King Street!

An unusual route sign with the arrow at the top rather than to the side, on King Street.

During a break in the railway path, NCN 23 utilises this lane which has unmarked speed humps at intervals along it.

Speed hump on Chilling Lane

A mandatory cycle lane on Myrtle Street, approaching segregated traffic signals. Traffic is busier on the other side of the junction, but no cycle facilities have been provided for the opposite direction.

Long speed cushions on Princes Parade.

Traffic calming by cobbled speed cushion!

The speed hump doesn't cover the cycle lane

Track with speed humps

Non-standard sign warning of speed bumps/humps

Pakenham Street

Tiverton Way - with some traffic calming

Vinery Road

The offending hump, see #2154.

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