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[Image taken 11.10.21] Station Avenue, Station Road, Rougier Street, York. This is part of the Scarborough Bridge to Ouse Bridge Flood Scheme diversion. Are the routes for the cyclists and the wheelchair users the same? There's no route ide ... [more]

[Image taken 31.8.21] Station Avenue, York. The narrow channel is the Leeman Road cycle contraflow. Context/explanation see: #173662 and links to other images taken today.

[Image taken 31.8.21] Station Avenue, York. This crossing is part of the Scarborough Bridge to Ouse Bridge Flood Scheme. An email on Friday confirmed the signage would be checked before the start of the Bank Holiday Weekend. Many signs fell ... [more]

[Update 31.8.21] The signage is not working. Almost every time I use this crossing - in daylight at present - at least one, sometimes two, drivers (presumably) do not see the lights and therefore do not stop or even slow down. I wear hi-vi ... [more]

[Image taken 20.7.21] Station Avenue, York. If the road were always this empty, exiting the cycle contraflow on Leeman Road whether to cross to the furthest carriageway or to join the nearside lane would not be the risky manoeuvre it actual ... [more]

[Image taken 20.7.21] Station Avenue, York. The cyclist exiting the contraflow from Leeman Road and heading for the furthest carriageway has to get this far out before s/he can see/be seen. Other images today: #172321 and links

[Image taken 20.7.21] Station Avenue, York. The lights for the temporary crossing on red. The one on the left gets turned round and both get obscured by other vehicles and infra, or drivers simply don't see them and continue at speed as a c ... [more]

[Image taken 20.7.21] Station Avenue, York. Signage warning road users of temporary lights. And the lights themselves - facing the correct way. See: #172327, #172329, #172330

[Image taken 20.7.21] Station Avenue, York. View from the cycle contraflow from Leeman Road partly obscured by the temporary infra put in the aid cyclists’ safety – the signs warning of the crossing and the light intended to hold road u ... [more]

[Image taken 20.7.21] Station Avenue, York. View from the cycle contraflow from Leeman Road. If there is a bus at the stop the sightlines are hugely reduced - for the cyclist and any road user approaching. Other images today: #172321 and li ... [more]

[Image taken 20.7.21] Station Avenue, York. Nine hours after I took this photo: #172328 the signs have not been righted. Other images today: #172321 and links

[Image taken 20.7.21] Station Avenue, York. Information overload in a short distance with possible fatal consequences for people crossing from the left (a contraflow cycle lane) into this carriageway. Extended caption #172327. Other images ... [more]

[Image taken 20.7.21] Station Avenue, York. The vehicle here is obstructing sight of temporary crossing lights for people on cycles needing to reach this lane. Other images here today: #172327, #172328, #172330. Other images today: #172321 ... [more]

[Update: The contractor for the Scarborough Bridge to Ouse Bridge Flood Scheme removed these two signs and a further one closer to the city walls, on request. They were part of a different set of works and belong to CYC. He alerted CYC who ... [more]

[Image taken 20.7.21] Station Avenue, York. I’ve used the crossing between Leeman Road a contraflow on the left between where the square red sign and the square yellow sign in at the back of this image on the left-hand side to this carria ... [more]

Update: On 30.6.21 this sign was upright again and in its original location. Update: at 15.30 on 28.6.21 it was still where I had leant it against the wall. [Image taken 27.6.21] Leeman Road, York. This sign from the 'wellingtonrowesplanade ... [more]

[Image taken 21.6.21] Station Avenue/Station Road, York at the city walls. The scaffolding (see: #169848 and links) that restricted the flow of people - including people with cycles on the diversions from the floodworks in the city - search ... [more]

[Image taken 14.6.21] Leeman Road junction with Station Avenue, York. Two fallen signs. Plus the push button device to activate the temporary toucan has been turned such that someone in this contraflow cycle lane cannot reach it. When I rep ... [more]

[Update: 21.6.21 The scaffolding has gone.] [Image taken 29.5.21] Station Avenue/Station Road, York. The adult accompanying the child who fell off his cycle (see: #169852) is now wheeling two cycles. Why is the motor traffic not limited to ... [more]

[Update: 21.6.21 The scaffolding has gone.] [Image taken 30.5.21] Station Avenue/Station Road, York at the city walls. Scaffolding further reduces the width of the pavement. For people moving through here after dark there's a further issue: ... [more]

[Image taken 29.5.21] Station Avenue/Station Road, York near the city walls. This sign seems at odds with that in: #169848. Also, people on cycles displaced from the riverside are pushing their cycles here, so it's not just pedestrians that ... [more]

[Image taken 29.5.21] Tanner's Moat, York. Compare the direction of the arrow in this image (obscuring the Transpennine Trail logo) with the one in #169578. I'm still no wiser...

Update: the clutter has reduced see: #170484. [Image taken 21.5.21] Station Road/Rougier Street/Tanner's Moat junction, York. This facility and space is oversubscribed. It’s needed by active travellers included people with limited sight ... [more]

[Image taken 21.5.21] Station Road/Rougier Street/Tanner's Moat junction, York. This small area is on key tourist routed as well as vital permeability for local people to walk, cycle (see: #166237 and #166027) and wheelchair. But it's alway ... [more]

[Image taken 21.5.21] Station Road/Rougier Street/Tanner's Moat junction, York. Clutter and scruffy rusting signage on the main pedestrian route to/from the train station. The second sign says, Pedestrians. But there are no facilities for t ... [more]

[Image taken 21.5.21] Leeman Road, York. Exiting from here onto Station Avenue has always been difficult and fraught. (It's part of the Lendal gyratory the introduction of which made the road environment even less attractive and conducive t ... [more]

[Update: 21.6.21 The scaffolding has gone.] [Image taken 16.5.21] Station Road junction with Station Avenue, York. A fallen sign further reduces the width of the pavement and increases the obstructions (there are scaffolding poles) under th ... [more]

Update: Light still out 27.6.21. [Update: A reply in the name of the Customer & Resident Services Manager on Monday, 24 May 2021, 13:25:52 said: The current status of your report is: closed - development works. This street light has been t ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] No Entry roundel and Except Cycles sign in the direction of Rougier Street from Tanner's Moat, York. Perhaps the most critical element for the permeability of the cycle network in the city. Despite the clear signage it ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] Unassuming but oversubscribed cycle facility, York. The cycle cut-through crosses the pavement between Rougier Street (ahead) and Tanner's Moat (behind). It's narrow. The pavement is a very well-used pedestrian route. ... [more]

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