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A traffic dominated environment in the centre of Skipton.

Waiting to cross. The bush seems to be taking over the NCN756 shared footway.

A decrepit shared footway approaching the uncontrolled crossing across the High Common Road sliproad from Strathaven Road. Room for improvement.

Traffic survey, at the top of a pole there’s a camera.

Advanced green light for cyclists At Hills Road / Gonville Place junction in Cambridge

End of the Church St contraflow cycle lane, and a toucan crossing across the A6.

More leaves in the Holmston Road cycle lane, and another convoy of cars approaching.

Car parked in Holmston Road cycle lane at entrance to riverside walkway.

The start of the Holmston Road replacement cycle lane. The two-way segregated lane was removed after pro-car councillors went in a huff.

First sign of the Holmston Road cycle lane (behind the branches).

Narrow road past school with lots of motor traffic. But excess motor traffic is a problem right across Ayr.

Cycling in Ayr appears to be only for the brave. This busy double roundabout is at the start of Holmston Road. Note how the visibility of the school 20mph sign on Holmston Road is obstructed.

Transition from cycleway to mixed traffic.

Transition from seperated cycleway to mixed traffic in city center. Due to the entrance on the left for firetrucks, ambuces, etc., there was no room to create some backing where cyclists mingle among other traffic.The maximum speed is redu ... [more]

01_2016_063 Cycle route alongside the A27, near Chichester, January 2016 [Between Shoreham and Lancing]

The Scale Of The Problem On Triangle South In Bristol

Bridge at Möhningsee Location: , Guenne (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)

The timer (see #72890) has counted down and we're off.

Six seconds before the lights change.

Baldwin Street Cycle Track On Sunday

Route sign on St. John Street

Traffic lights with bike and Ampelmännchen Combined traffic lights for bikes and pedestrians, with an East German Ampelmännchen. Location: , Wismar (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

Red surface pavement cycleway on Lübsche Strasse. Traffic lights combined for pedestrians (East German 'Ampelmännchen') and bicycles. Location: Wismar (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

R Location: Stadtteil Stadtmitte, Rostock (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany) Traffic lights in Rostock.

Traffic lights for cyclists on Bismarck Street crossing with Queen Elizabeth Road. Location: Charlottenburg, Berlin (Berlin, Germany) Crossings and lights on Berlin cycleways, Bismarck Str. / Heerstrasse / Kaiserdamm

Japanese funded highway in southern Kathmandu. Note there are traffic signals at this junction - and there are no police on the island on the middle of the road. They are sort of respected - and about the only ones I have seen in use in ... [more]

Centre rut has been surfaced for bikes with a rough hardcore. Good enough for most tyres/wheels. Outer ruts remain for farm traffic in an interesting combination approach. See clip at http://youtu.be/Om0qumHbp2o

Traffic calming - possibly because this is also a cycle route?

Wiggly road markings http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/road-and-rail-transport/10404661/Wiggly-road-markings-drive-motorists-round-the-bend.html

See clip at http://youtu.be/az0Kthyc6Nk Not a massive issue but one that needs some note. The "nice" route for people riding is longer and takes longer without any delays. If it's to appear benefical to riders, delays like this need sort ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/bh7MzRbab-g The traffic lights at the junction of Coldhams Lane and Cromwell Road are not well placed for cycling in from the common. These are mandatory lights so people cycling in from this direction are ... [more]

Traffic calming

Ekin Road - speed humps

Traffic calming, Huntley Close.

Traffic calming on Thorpe Way.

Traffic calming in Jack Warren Green. (I didn't see much green, but lots of grey.)

Traffic calming in Jack Warren Green.

Ditton Field traffic calming.

Ditton Field traffic calming.

Ditton Field traffic calming.

Ditton Fields - traffic calming

Teversham - cushions

Traffic Counter on Argyle Street.

Traffic counter on St. Philip's Road.

Runcorn-Widnes Bridge Location: Widnes (England, United Kingdom)

Ermine Street

Speed cushions in Prospect Row.

I saw this tream of hire bikes going past my window, so I thought I'd take a photo. Turns out picture tells a lot of stories. 1. Look at the space used by ~15 people on bikes compared to 4 people in motor vehicles. 2. Overall I can s ... [more]

KF57 LHN treating the very clearly marked advanced stop zone as his own personal starting box. Driver pulled into this well after the lights were red, as can be clearly seen in the video. Unquestionably in contravention of the highway code ... [more]

Youth traffic awareness training facilities at the "English Square" in Karlsruhe. School visits are an event primary school children look forward to.

Whenever I travel down Radegund Road around 9am there is a car obstructing the cycle bypass lanes to the traffic calming outside Coleridge College. This driver became aggressive when she saw me taking a photo. She reversed at me, and th ... [more]

We are traffic too! Bicycles dominate Queen Street.

Cycle traffic counter (on a Sunday in May). Location approx.

Bike journey counter in Copenhagen, see also #41512.

Traffic counter in Copenhagen, publishing the number of cycle journeys in the day and the year's running total. See also #41512,

See clip at http://youtu.be/h1x75CMNVkU "Highway code rule 163". http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_070314 This car decided to "go for it" despite oncoming traffic. This forced the oncoming car to slow whil ... [more]

Traffic hump in Wykin village.

One of the traffic lights that used to face Chesterton Road (next to the Folk Museum in the photo) has been moved. It's now on the traffic island in Chesterton Road at a point where it is hard for pedestrians to see whether it's safe to cro ... [more]

No cycling Location: Mortimer Street, Trowbridge.

Market Street is closed because of gas main works, but why temporary traffic lights are thought necessary here, I cannot imagine.

Redmac filter lane and advanced advanced stop line plus flush kerb to join the shared use pavement ( #34998). Note that the advance stop line highlights with a left turn arrow that left turning cyclists should position themselves in front o ... [more]

Redmac filter lane and advanced advanced stop line plus flush kerb to join the shared use pavement (right turning cyclists can avoid the red phase). Note that the advance stop line highlights with a left turn arrow that left turning cyclist ... [more]

New 'Cyclists proceed with caution' pavement "sign" at the end of the Crouch Street East cycle lane. There is a lot to take in at this junction, and nothing bar this "sign" to aid the cyclist, or prompt them as to where hazards may be: ... [more]

Traffic calming on the NCN67 route.

See video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHeAk4MT1Io These lights are a potential accident blackspot. Luckily they are temporary. I go through my light when it changes and head off up the West Cambridge Cyclepath. A cyclist with a ... [more]

See video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9ov_y27wAQ Okay, I'm a bit slower than a car, but can't help feel this is dull behaviour. Part of a trying day ... http://radwagon.blogspot.com/2011/06/one-of-those-cycling-days.html

Wonderful idea - all traffic must stop for ten minutes while special needs pupils leave school.

A road narrowing near a school.

Regular flouting of red traffic lights by drivers. Dangerous spot!

Regular flouting of red traffic lights by drivers. Dangerous spot!

Traffic-calming on Low Road threatens cyclists safety, part of NCN Route 51.

The main road, with a speed limit of 70 km/h, runs alongside this minor road which has been made into a through road only for cyclists. This is a cheap and effective way of building good cycling infrastructure. Note that while we stop at ... [more]

A straight road will entice motorists to speed. Reducing the forward view through alternating parking bays with the lane winding between the sides of the road is an effective measure for speed reduction which does not require altering the k ... [more]

Selective speed cushions. Speed cushions slow down vehicles with a narrow base (like those in low and zero rated vehicle licensing duty bands), while cars with a wide wheel base (large people carriers, 4x4, limousines and vans) can just spe ... [more]

A nice little traffic free link heading out of UEA towards the city centre.

A nice little traffic free path heading out of UEA campus towards the city centre. This is how bollards should be positioned - one central bollard that divides the flow rather than forcing people into conflict, the other two clear of the ... [more]

The Avenues is traffic calmed and perfectly suitable for on road cycling for all abilities. It forms an important link between the city centre and UEA, the hospital, and the western residential areas. There is a parallel segregated cycle ... [more]

The Avenues is traffic calmed and perfectly suitable for on road cycling for all abilities. It forms an important link between the city centre and UEA, the hospital, and the western residential areas. There is a parallel segregated cycle ... [more]

Amsterdam: Traffic lights with a countdown - note the number '31' (31 seconds to go) in the middle position.

This "Bicycle Road" in Oldenburg is a major route into town from the west. Wheel chair users and OAPs with trolleys benefit from the smooth surface of this "Cycle Road", too.

This "Bicycle Road" in Oldenburg is a major route into town from the west. It is mixed use (residents and bicycles) with priority for the cycle road and special blue tarmac at most junctions.

This "Bicycle Road" in Oldenburg is a major route into town from the west. It is mixed use (residents and bicycles) with priority for the cycle road and special blue tarmac at most junctions.

This "Bicycle Road" in Oldenburg is a major route into town from the west. It is mixed use (residents and bicycles) with priority for the cycle road and special blue tarmac on most junctions.

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