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Rail trail Wolverton to Newport Pagnell.

The paving may be fancy, but the toucan crossing is decidedly substandard.

The staggered toucan crossing on Castlebank Street at the end of the fancy bridge from Beith Street has a rather narrow central island, made worse by the railing have taken a bit of a battering.

The council has fenced off the former cycle off-slip from the Clyde Arc bridge at the NCN75 toucan crossing. This helped those making right turns by allowing cyclists to leave the carriageway and make the turn with the assistance of the … [more]

It's the latest, brand new, Liverpool Cycle Lane! Can you see it? Go on, have a closer look... It's the thing that looks like a gutter. And the less said about the pedestrian '4 phases to cross the road' facility the better. … [more]

Southampton Road, Salisbury

The end of the shared footway on Saughs Avenue. But since there is a shared footway across the toucan crossing, there is really no need for the 'Cyclists Dismount' sign. However, the shared footway is far too narrow.

A shared footway and toucan crossing on Saughs Road. The shared footway on this side continues as far as the dead-end turning for a future development, and the footway on the other side of the road becomes shared-use at the crossing.

A narrow island forming part of a staggered toucan crossing. This isn't going to work well if more than one person tries to use it at the same time in opposite directions.

I doubt the Dutch would design the path this way.

Cycle access to and across Shalesmoor at the end of Bowling Green Street, although the toucan crossing is staggered.

The staggered toucan crossings across Berryknowes Road do not even line up with the path from the flats.

Damage to pedestrian guard railing on Hurlet Road.

A pedestrian crossing across Hurlet Road, linking Ben Nevis Road to the path to Glenapp Avenue for pedestrians.

No dropped kerb at the south side of the toucan crossing seen in #112196, for access to the crossing from a network of low-traffic back-streets.

A dropped kerb has indeed been installed (see #98305), providing access to the toucan crossing.

Narborough Road South

Crossing Anstey Lane

Glenfield Way

The main road around Falkirk town centre doesn't look very cycle-friendly.

The new cycleway on Lincoln Avenue, with a staggered uncontrolled pedestrian crossing.

Barriers at the entrance to the main part of the Helix park. The other side of the toucan crossing has bollards.

The staggered toucan crossing connecting the main Helix park and the football stadium (and car park). The central island is quite narrow and negotiation is required when people are passing in opposite directions.

The path between the football stadium and the main section of the Helix park.

Newly constructed Cross City Cycling scheme but the '2.2 metre wide' refuge is considerably narrowed by the poor placement of poles. And seems to be a trash collection point as well (probably due to the wind).

Staggered crossing on cycle route ncn52

A new staggered toucan crossing. Pathetic.

Nothing can be built to line up anymore when it comes to paths. The Cathkin Relief Road's pedestrian crossing at Fernhill Road.

long fenced dog-leg between two unprotectected crossings of multi-lane carriageways.

Potentially misleading green.

Very long waits for pedestrians and cyclists (wheel your bike) at this two-stage crossing.

A split toucan crossing across the Fastlink busway and Pacific Drive (see also #65232).

The Fastlink busway alongside Pacific Drive, with the multi-stage staggered toucan crossing that forms part of NCN7&75.

Split toucan crossing across Bothwell Road, part of NCN74.

Four toucan crossings in staggered arrangement at the junction of Lawrence Weaver Way with Huntingdon Road. Expect to see more big junctions like this, which prioritise cars over pedestrians and bikes, coming to Cambridge soon.

Multi-stage Toucan crossing on the route to Portsmouth ferry port

Riding in to King's Hedges Road. Here's a staggered pedestrian / cycle crossing.

Approaching the awful staggered crossing on the junction to Great Kneighton.

Awful staggered junction makes this a dreadful crossing for bikes. I found that it is probably a lot easier to follow the pavement cycleway right into the junction here, cross at a dropped kerb to the other side of the road, joining the … [more]

Suggested caption for NL112: This maze of four tight turns and two separate crossing phases greets the pavement cycleway rider at the Great Kneighton new development entrance on Long Road. Big junctions like this, where motor vehicle … [more]

Dreadful junction design - from the point of view of a cyclist wanting to carry straight on here. They face a turn to the left, a wait at the crossing, then two 90 turns in a tight space, followed by another wait for the other half of the … [more]

Awful complicated staggered crossing – how are cycles really meant to make all those ninety degree turns through here – what an absolute disaster.

There's a staggered junction here which makes for a very awkward crossing for cyclists of this side road. This really is a totally rubbish piece of design work. Bikes do not seem to trigger the traffic lights in the bus lane. The result … [more]

Crossing a side road of the Buxton Road A6 - three seperate staggered crossings.

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