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[Image taken 9.11.22] Crichton Avenue/Denning’s Yard Access/Wigginton Road, York. Looking uphill along the shared use cycle-ped-scooter-wheelchair route on Crichton Avenue road bridge at the steep incline over the York-Scarborough rail … [more]

[Image taken 9.11.22] Crichton Avenue/Denning’s Yard Access/Wigginton Road, York. This is a route for non motorised users. Reasons for people using it include: culture, education, food and other shopping, gardening (there are allotments … [more]

The Dantzic Street cycleway studs lead users to the carriageway, but for how long is it two-way? The base of the bollard that has been removed could be a trip hazard for pedestrians.

The Dantzic Street cycleway studs to the south of Miller Street align with the toucan crossing, unlike across the other side (see #72825).

The studs on the Dantzic Street cycleway don't align with the toucan crossing across Miller Street, and the street furniture does not help guide users to the crossing either.

Cycleway across paved pedestrian area marked only by studs.

Maryburgh level crossing, lit with solar powered LED catseyes. Location: , Maryburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom)

An unconventional use of road crossing studs to mark out the site of the Gravesend Blockhouse, on Royal Pier Road.

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