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A very poorly maintained raised junction at the intersection of Bank Street and Glasgow Street. The paving blocks are very uneven and awkward to ride over.

Stockholm Road, Stockport

Stockholm Road, Stockport

Hollis Croft, Sheffield

[Image taken 30.4.22] Wilberforce Avenue, from Crichton Avenue, York. The entrance to the (signed) home zone. And one of the speed humps that are disconcerting and painful on a cycle. Other images Wilberforce Avenue: #182103 and links. … [more]

[Image taken 25.9.21] Rawcliffe Bar Park and Ride, York. The speed humps have been removed. I reported damage which created an invisible 'drop-off' (see: #174306) a hazard for people on cycles, to CYC. I received a by return reply and now … [more]

[UPDATE: See #174475] [Image taken 18.9.21] Rawcliffe Park and Ride, Rawcliffe, York. I used my phone to show the depth of the drop. The drop-off is 7.5cm. A nasty shock for someone on a cycle plus it could cause damage. The problem is not … [more]

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.

Door-zone cycle lanes on Maxwell Drive.

The Hinshaw Street cycleway at the Maltbarns Street junction. It is not clear what the priorities at the junction might be, but in practice traffic volumes are generally low.

The end of the Hinshaw Street cycleway at the Maltbarns Street junction. The nib on the far side of the junction has a dropped kerb at the far side, if continuing along Hinshaw Street. The tactile strip is some new adhesive type I'd not … [more]

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]

Although it's hard to see in the photograph, a dip has formed in the speed table that makes it rather uneven for cycling across northbound, and potentially hazardous, so would be better getting fixed properly.

The Garscube Road cycle track taking shape, at the Corn Street junction.

The signs say mandatory right turn, but the cycleway on Sauchiehall Street is two-way, so cycles should be exempted. The signs should also be 'mandatory right turn ahead' to diagram 609, due to their position in relation to the junction.

Thoday Street 'Try praying' suggests St. Philip's Church.

Accident area!

A simple and unobstructed crossing at Morton Avenue.

Raised crossing where NCN756 and Piccadilly Street meet.

Welcome to the National Cycle Network! NCN routes 7 and 10 on the path to the left have no directional signage, just stickers, while the routes ahead - 7, 10 and not mentioned leading to 72 - have just a sign facing those coming from the … [more]

New Parks Boulevard

Braunstone Park

Braunstone Park

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.

Barriers across the path at Curlew Drive, the Crosshouse Primary School access road.

Barriers at Burnside View raised crossing. Hardly a busy main road!

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.

This bit of the development only leads to the cycleway and so it appears the speed bump has been specifically put there to slow down cyclists. See #102123.

Hump and wheelbenders First time I've seen these humps, they weren't there at #93924.

A sign for the HArTT cycle route, the park café, and people enjoying the amenities in Callendar Park.

Broken bollards and broken speed cushions on Netherton Road.

Unfortunately the paths and crossing do not align, on this newly built estate. Very poor planning.

There are no route signs visible at the Colleges Cycle Route turn from St Mungo Avenue towards North Hanover Street.

Laverstock village where there are advisory cycle lanes on either side of the road.

One of very few pieces of traffic calming in the Science Park, and it affects far more people cycling than driving! The lack of a central gap means people are far more likely to cycle to the left of the hump, ironically increasing the … [more]

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!

Users of this cycle lane need to look out for oncoming motorists overtaking parked cars.

A new bus stop bypass being built in Devon Street.

A bus stop bypass on Paisley Road cycletrack.

The Paisley Road cycle track, with access to/from toucan crossings off to the right via the speed hump. There is also what looks like a cut-through for access directly from the carriageway (next to the lamppost).

An internal car park road yields to the cycle path, and is closed off with bollards when not in use.

Just some of the cycle parking at Colchester (mainline) station.

This path isn't part of Cumbernauld's cycle network, but it is plagued with barriers at every minor road crossing. The raised crossing might have been better installed in line with the path and made into a zebra crossing.

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.

Five people in our building of five flats use bikes as our main form of transport. Currently we have to bring our bikes inside (including upstairs) to keep them secure. There are existing traffic calming islands on Bird in Bush Road where a … [more]

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

The sightlines under the bridges are so poor that speed humps and a chicane barrier have been provided on the already narrow Union Canal towpath.

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.

Cycle lanes on McDonald Road, with speed hump.

Traffic calming by cobbled speed cushion!

Bollards and lining in inconsistent positions either side of an unmarked speed hump on Myrtle View Road, which is also the crossing point for the Aikenhead Road shared-use footway.

Main road crossing in Palacefields, Runcorn

The speed hump doesn't cover the cycle lane

Track with speed humps

The cycle lanes in the cul-de-sac end before the supermarket junction, not even making it as far as the NCN7 crossing.

Non-standard sign warning of speed bumps/humps

Cycle lanes on dead-end road with traffic calming

100_1130 A speed hump in romsey town cambridge

P1040237 Location: , Dumfries (Scotland, United Kingdom)

P1040234 Location: , Dumfries (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Vinery Road

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