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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]

[Update: This was removed on 3 or 4.8.21.] [Update: 3.8.21 The frame is still in this location, in this position but the sign has disappeared.] [Image taken 30.7.21] Lendal Bridge, York. This fallen/redundant sign on the Environment Agency- ... [more]

[Image taken 12.7.21] Lendal Bridge, Station Road junction with Rougier Street, York. I have been reporting the (latest) cracking here since 27.12.2019. I have rechased this today as I saw that the wheels of every vehicle that went into it ... [more]

[Image taken 11.7.21] Station Road, York. The clutter and confusion resulting from the plethora of diversion signs for the Wellington Row Esplanade live diversion for the flood gates under Lendal Bridge (search on ‘wellingtonrowesplanadel ... [more]

[Image taken 7.7.21] Station Road, York. This branch of Starbucks opened in the first week of July. There is no cycle parking provision. Other images today see: #171490 and links

[Image taken 4.7.21] Lendal Bridge/Station Road at the Rougier Street end. The orange spot marks a kerbstone that was damaged: #168910. It was a hazard for people using the pavement and encroached into the ASL. I've re-re-re-reported the da ... [more]

[Update: This issue was resolved within a week.] [Image taken 26.6.21] Station Road, York. Uncontrolled plant/tree growth creates a hazard here. Carriageways are narrow, the route is busy and there are buses, coaches and other large vehicle ... [more]

Update: I saw on 4.7.21 this had been repaired. [Image taken 26.6.21] Station Road (Lendal Bridge) junction with Rougier Street, York. The gap was wide enough for me to put my foot into. It's a hazard for pedestrians, which includes as I sa ... [more]

[Image taken 25.6.21] Station Road/Lendal Bridge, York. This driver is not a good advert for this York-based company. See also: #170663 and links

[Image taken 25.6.21] Station Road/Lendal Bridge, York. A second 'professional' local driver obstructs the ASL (see also: #170661) in the minute I was there. He is trapping the cyclist. He is also ahead of another cyclist - see image: #1706 ... [more]

[Image taken 25.6.21] Station Road/Lendal Bridge, York. This is a local taxi driver obstructing the ASL. No excuse. Other images this ASL see: #170663, #170664. The damaged kerb stone to the right of the ASL was reported 14.5.21. Other imag ... [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]

[Update: This was removed early August 21.] [Image taken 19.6.21] Station Road/Rougier Street/Tanner's Moat junction, York. Freestanding signage for temporary works seems to create more issues (such as being an eyesore as here) than it solv ... [more]

[Image taken 19.6.21] Station Road/Rougier Street/Tanner's Moat junction, York. The number of signs has reduced (see: #169525). But has one simply been moved? See: #170485. All images today: #170482 and links.

[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]

[See newer image: #170854] [Image taken 22.5.21] Lendal Bridge/Station Road at the Rougier Street end. The orange spot means it's been found and marked for action. I'm concerned the damaged ASL (see: #168910) next to it will have to get sim ... [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 see: #169571] Image taken 14.5.21] Station Road (Lendal Bridge) junction with Rougier Street, York. The kerbstone has come away from the rest of the pavement. Location see: #168910

[Image taken 14.5.21] Station Road (Lendal Bridge) junction with Rougier Street, York. The next stage in the damage process is when chunks of the cracked tarmac come out. But it's not just the resulting hole(s) but also the lumps that are h ... [more]

[Image taken 4.5.21] City of York Council main site, between Toft Green, Station Road and Station Rise, York. Cycle parking for staff. Spacious, stylish, historical. Other cycle parking nearby: #168501

[Image taken 4.5.21] Hudson Quarter (between Toft Green, Station Road and Station Rise) York. I assume these are cycle racks. Is the design intended to be the logo of the development? Are they based on this idea: #168498, #168499?

[Image taken 25.4.21] Station Road, York, cycling towards the Minster - trees heavy with blossom. Waiting in the ASL at the lights there were no other vehicles. I could smell the flowers in the bed to the right. See also: #167752, #167753. ... [more]

[Image taken 25.4.21] Station Road towards the Minster today - blossom on both sides of the road and daffodils still visible. See also: #167752, #167754, #166492 and links

[Image taken 25.4.21] Exiting York rail station onto Station Road. See also route towards Minster today: #167753 and #167754. Image from a month ago - a carpet of daffodils: #166492. Wildflowers at Scarborough Bridge: #169771. Buttercups on ... [more]

[Image taken 21.4.21] Station Road, York. Only a single tree was coming into blossom yesterday. One day on and the pink accompanies you towards Lendal Bridge while, on the left, the daffs continue to put on a show on the slopes of the city ... [more]

[Image taken 21.4.21] Station Road, York. Heading towards the Minster. Drivers may be able to see the colours but they can't smell the scents. Further images of daffs and blossom from today see: #167608 and #167610. For images of the daffs ... [more]

[Image taken 21.4.21] Station Road, York. Last month it was (city) wall to (city) wall daffs. Now people leaving York station have a vista that also includes blossom on the slopes ahead. For another image of daffs and blossom from today see ... [more]

Updated 21.4.21 See: #167609 and #167610. [Image taken 30.3.21] Station Road, York towards the Minster (top left in photo). Riding this route on the previous day, I was the only vehicle on the road. I was able to smell the flowers. Sadly, t ... [more]

Updated (blossom) 25.4.21: #167752. Updated 21.4.21 See: #167608. [Image taken 30.3.21] Station Road, York. Exit the railway station at this time of year and beyond the buses and the clutter, the banks of the city walls opposite are strikin ... [more]

[Image taken 21.3.21] Lendal gyratory, York. Looking across from Station Rise across Station Road, through the city walls to the junction of Station Road with the continuation of Station Rise direction of Leeman Road. The proposed diversion ... [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]

[Image taken 19.3.21] Pedestrians in York approaching the cycle cut-through between Tanner's Moat and Rougier Street. If you are a cyclist on Rougier Street and you want to reach Lendal Bridge (Station Road-Museum Street) to the right in th ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] View of the ASL on Station Ave/Station Road, York, direction of Rougier Street, from the right turn on Lendal gyratory. A cyclist cannot access the safety of the ASL unless s/he was ahead of the traffic coming round th ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] View from the ASL on Station Ave/Station Road, York, direction of Rougier Street. The bus stops on the left-hand side are very well used. The carriageway is narrow. Drivers have been 'held up' at myriad sets of lights ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] ASL from Station Ave, York, on Station Road, direction of Rougier Street. Lendal Bridge (Station Road-Museum Street and the Minster) are immediately left. The pedestrians in front of Krunchy's Sandwich Bar are crossing ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] The Lendal Bridge end of the Lendal gyratory, York. A very cyclist-unfriendly environment. The entrance to-exit from the Tanner's Moat cycle cut-through is just visible close to the left of the York Pullman vehicle. Se ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] View from Lendal Bridge (Station Road) towards the War Memorial on the Lendal gyratory, York. It's a noticeable incline. Particularly if you start from a stationary position at these lights. There are bus stops on the ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] Cyclist in York. She has come from either Rougier Street (avoiding Lendal gyratory) or Tanner's Moat who has dismounted to access the pedestrian crossing and is now continuing her journey on her cycle across Lendal Bri ... [more]

[Image taken 19.3.21] ASL on Rougier Street, York where it joins Lendal gyratory at Station Road. The two-way cycle cut-through between Rougier Street and Tanner's Moat is to the right. The cyclist has come from Tanner's Moat and is headin ... [more]

CYCLE LANE SUSPENDED AHEAD I can’t see it myself.

Hatching on Station Road warning of potential dooring. Example of where this is not done:

Reasonably well signed roadworks on Station Road, Cambridge

Optimistic sign saying that these new cycle stands are not for the use of rail travellers. I'm afraid that train has already departed...

The stands at the front of the building are finally in use, but not these ones on the side.

The new cycle parking on Station Road is finally in use and the 'security' guards have been sent elsewhere.

Dooring zone markings on the newly resurfaced Station Road, Cambridge - cyclists are entitled to keep well to the right.

Station Road has been fixed! with a short stretch of red cycle lane. Let's hope it lasts.

New cycle stands on Station Road, Cambridge, still not in use a month after they appeared.

The whole of Station Road is a disaster for cycling - but for some reason they've resurfaced the Tenison Road junction.

Privatisation of the pavement/footway - no concern for the crowds heading to and from the station.

More flooded potholes on Station Road, Cambridge, not marked up for repair...

Well, at least it's been marked up for repair, but I suppose it can't be done until it's dried out.

This pothole has got much worse in the last day or two (but the whole of Station Road is awful).

Station Road is falling apart (again)

Station Road is falling apart (again)

Station Road will be awful until redevelopment is finished (if ever), but this pothole does need fixing.

Access to the station cycle parking closed off with no alternative route yet signposted - although there are marshalls ready to direct cyclists.

New poles (which will eventually indicate the new route to the station cycle parking) immediately used for a failed attempt at cycle parking.

The road is collapsing and will continue to do so until a) it's properly rebuilt and b) the Cambridge station area development is finished.

Given that this is about 200m from Cambridge station, why were Microsoft surprised that people wanted to lock their bikes here? - as the metalwork's only purpose is to protect the tree, it would have been far better to have designed it for ... [more]

Lots of bikes outside the new Microsoft Research building on a Sunday - presumably all left by rail passengers.

Wasted chance to provide cycle facilities at the new Microsoft offices

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