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Signs at the Whitemoss Roundabout, including some pointing up a flight of steps.

Signs at the Whitemoss Roundabout. I can see a problem with the route to the Sports Centre, and I'm not sure the signs for the Health Centre are pointing the right way. The nearest health centre might be the Hunter Health Centre back in the ... [more]

Steps on the path between The Centre Roundabout underpass and Avondale Avenue. Avoid this path on a bike.

The Centre Roundabout doesn't have any cycle facilities (unlike the other town centre roundabouts) but does have a ramp to bypass the steps at the town centre side.

A choice of ramps or steps to get to the Queensway underpass to the shopping centre beyond.

The Whitehills cycle path and on the right the stepped ramp down to the Quarry Road underpass.

Stepped ramp up from the Quarry Road underpass, but a step-free ramp to the right to join the Whitehills cycle path near the bus stop.

A ramped path retro-fitted next to two and half steps without a banister, creating a slightly complex junction behind the Cedar Drive shop.

Car park road crossing and ramp to underpass at Greenhills shops.

The Drumchapel Way leaves Halgreen Avenue and takes the steps up to The Antonine Road. There is a bypass ramp, but no dropped kerb at the end for anyone following the route by bike.

Some steps on the Drumchapel Way, with a by-pass ramp, approaching Kinfauns Drive.

Next the Drumchapel Way goes up some shallow steps as it starts to head towards Kinfauns Drive.

Horrible: masterpiece of inaccessibility stepped ramp.

Cycle stands at one of the libraries in the old town of Bratislava and underpass

The eastern end of the step-free section of the spinal path right through the northern side of Hallglen.

The step-free access continues, but only through the underpass. Other than that, the only other option is onto the carriageway at Beauly Court.

Steps down into the Westquarter Glen. Maybe next time I'm in the area I'll explore the other options the HArTT cycle route could have taken.

More steps on the path through the Westquarter Glen.

Steps on the path through the Westquarter Glen. Not what you'd expect on a signed cycle route.

The destination sign points to the HArTT cycle route's destinations of Callendar Park and the Falkirk Wheel as being up the path to Ash Grove but the HArTT cycle route badge points right along the path to the Westquarter Glen. See also #103 ... [more]

A route sign for the walking version of the John Muir Way at Falkirk High station. This station entrance has two short flights of steps to get to the eastbound platform, and is not shown on the usually excellent National Rail station pla ... [more]

NCN76 goes up this flight of steps to the Kinneil Estate. Smooth earth next to the steps acts as a sort of wheeling ramp. A single sign - easy to miss on this downhill section of road. I don't know why the path at the top of the steps co ... [more]

Still closed more than a year after a bus crashed into here, see #90792

The Westburn Avenue shared-use footway passes a caged pedestrian crossing.

As with #101515 the railway blocks progress along the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath, and a flight of steps provides the connection to the adjacent A9 road bridge.

The immediate way around the blockage in #101515 is to use this flight of steps up to the A9 bridge to cross the railway. The alternative is to use the road approach to the bridge to avoid the steps.

A "Cyclists Dismount" sign for a flight of steps. It may be better to direct cyclists via the road crossing (see #101513).

Footbridge with stepped ramps across railway line.

Steps link the Cumbernauld Cycle Network to Chapelton Road and the rugby club.

A rough transition to the road at Kirk Place, but a barrier to ensure you don't accidentally cycle down the steps.

Paths exist off of Stewarton Road, but there are steps.

The route sign directs cyclists up a flight of steps at the new eatery, where once there was a path into the park (see #29467). This is not good enough!

Nothing to say that cyclists should turn right here to avoid the steps to Preston Place

Despite the Clyde Gateway road and new police headquarters being built alongside, the cobbled ramp still remains unaltered. A flight of concrete steps has been provided for access to the police headquarters.

Unbelievably, this is marked as a cycle route to York station.

Security advice on the new cycle stands at the bridge to the Murano Street student halls complex.

New cycle stands at the bridge to the Murano Street student halls complex, with CCTV coverage, and a forgiving kerb!

New cycle stands at the bridge to the Murano Street student halls complex.

This path is listed on the Glasgow City Council website as being part of the Glasgow Cycle Network. Cycle Routes: Stronend Rd Path - Stronend Rd Path N

Shropshire Union canal, Chester, near Egerton Street

There appears to be some demand for a ramp to bypass the steps up to Dalmarnock Road.

Having been prevented from going into Richmond Park by the housing construction, path users now have no option but to use the steps up to Shawfield Drive.

The Sighthill diversion is via a flight of steps!

I'm not sure the risk assessment for the Sighthill diversion route has been completed correctly.

Leicestershire County Council offices

@CycleInfraDay wedges of tarmac to cycle up/down steps on motorway footbridge at Charing X. https://t.co/N9oDnxhxnM

This is an official access to the Middlebrook Valley Way, signposted as a cycle route from Chorley New Road and Armadale Road.

Like #91605, a diversion sign that says "see map" without saying where the map is. And it's at a flight of steps (the turning for the ramp is behind the camera).

It always surprises me what some folk will mark as suitable for cycling on OSM. Railway bridge with steps both sides.

Steep steps down to pass beneath the Galafoot Bridge, on the Borders Abbey Way.

Signs for NCN1 and the Southern Upland Way. The route to Abbotsford is down a flight of steps. The route ahead shares the railway bridge with the actual railway.

Stairs

Access to the Brock Burn path here is by steps over the flood defences.

The stepped footbridge across the Clydeside Expressway is no longer part of NCN7, but still hinders local journeys between Yorkhill and Bell's Bridge. The signpost is also unnecessarily obstructive for anyone going along the path.

Hideous steps and stepped ramps. Masterpieces of inaccessibility :-/ To really rub it in that no cycling sign is lit - but not the rest of the bridge! https://twitter.com/simon_nuttall/status/1101065625076727809

The path from Larchfield Drive is obstructed by barriers, then there is an uncontrolled crossing of the Cathkin Relief Road, and steps and a hair-pin path up to Fernhill.

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The wheeling channel on the stairs at Cambridge North station is way too close to the edge - the pedal snags in the railing.

The wheeling channel on the stairs at Cambridge North station is way too close to the edge - the pedal snags in the railing.

These steps may not look like a cycle route, but the route through Yorkhill Park is listed on the council's GIS system as a cycle route!

Stepped footbridge over railway line. The nearest alternative is the A723.

Steps on the Clyde Walkway.

A flight of steps on the Clyde Walkway on the left, and a path around the back of the houses to the right.

Steps between Motherwell Road and the Avon Walkway, with wheeling ramp.

The ramp at the pedestrian entrance to the college has multiple hairpin bends. There is plenty of room (on this brown-field site) for the ramp to be in a straight line since pretty much everybody using this entrance will have come from the ... [more]

A diagonal ramp through the steps, but watch out for people blindly walking straight down the steps unaware of anything happening around them.

Traffic filtering at Viewfield Avenue, and paths to either side, although the path southwards starts with a flight of steps.

The City Loop cycleway crosses the stepped path between the Castle and the Maritime Museum.

The route sign directs cyclists to the flight of steps under the bridge, when they need to use the ramp up to street level. However, the ramp to street level has been partially dismantled, and has been left like this for a few weeks (see al ... [more]

A clear desire line for a ramp to the Clyde Walkway where there is only steps on this side of Dalmarnock Road.

Newly built access to cycle parking at Aviva featuring steps and wheel ramps.

No Cycling on this staircase! The stairs lead to a footbridge attached to the side of the railway bridge high above the river. Probably as quick to cycle to the Millenium Bridge now than to lug a bike up and down these stairs.

Steps on the Sankey Valley Greenway

Cycle parking needed at this bus stop (but note the wheeling channel on the footbridge)

A Cyclists Dismount sign that really shouldn't be needed for anyone who has successfully cycled down the previous flight of steps (see #86773).

Lamppost in middle of path and flight of steps protected by hatching.

Steps down to the River Ayr Walk at Holmston Road - see also #86456.

Steps at entrance to riverside walkway, but cycle emblems regardless - see also #86457.

New cycle parking stands at shops in Maryhill Road, but new direction sign attempting to direct cyclists down a flight of steps!

Cyclists using the wheeling channel up to the Hohe Brug, Maastricht

Wheeling channel at Dessau station - not ideal

Wheeling Ramp.

Difficult access from the Black Bear Park cycleway to the south side of Knutsford road via a set of steps and an awkward barrier.

Cyclists in the underpass at Schweinfurt Stadt station

A person on a bike who has missed the NCN75 ramp (to his immediate left) and is heading towards a flight of steps under the bridge.

Railway line crosses over the road at Astwood

There doesn't appear to be any cycle parking at the small stations along the Marston Vale line.

See video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNIW5viCYK0 This path between Southdeen Avenue and Glenkirk Drive is included in the 300km of claimed cycle routes in the Glasgow City Council Cycle Network (see map at https://glasgowgis.maps ... [more]

Stylish cycle parking at The Collection, Lincoln's new museum of archeology and art

I never noticed on my last visit that Route 1 goes straight on here (note sign in #80515 just visible at top of steps), and not via the Carbrain Gully route. The steps have a ramp around them to the side.

Route 1 sign in Carbrain. The steps up ahead have a ramp around the side.

You have to be alert to avoid the steps (left foreground) and find the ramp (right), whilst looking out for signs. Cycling not built into Abronhill, but added as a cheap afterthought.

Steps on route 3.

Steps on Cumbernauld Cycle Network route 3. Avoidable by using the Cumbernauld Theatre access road.

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign that gives no justification. It's because there's a flight of steps ahead (see #80160) and you've missed the last turn-off to avoid it.

Steps link the first floor of the CyclePoint car park with Cambridge railway station forecourt. The mobile projects onto the ceiling see #74185.

Cycling directions given via a flight of steps (see #71267).

A flight of steps in the path alongside the south side of the River Clyde, outside the Sheriff Court. UPDATE 2016: Steps now removed, see #84282.

The ramp up from the Clyde Walkway to the Clyde Gateway is still steep and cobbled, yet the new Police Headquarters has a shiny flight of steps!

If you don't like the barriers in #71175, there is also the option of taking the stairs to the Bowes Railway Path.

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