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[UPDATE: Late May 2022, CYC removed this.] [Image taken on 4.5.22] Royal Mail sorting office, Leeman Road/Esplanade, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] A ghost sign and sandbag. (It used to be here: #173197.) Unsightly, a trip ha ... [more]

[Image taken 26.4.22] Cocoa Works development, Haxby Road, York. This sandbag is a trip hazard. It suggests the area of the works is not checked. (Hence the fallen planning notice: #182107.) Other images today and links: #182070.

[Image taken 7.4.22] Aldwark, close to the junction with St Saviour's Place, York. The driver of this car is not in the parking space - there's a cone in the way. The signs stating that the road is closed and that there is a diversion for c ... [more]

[Image taken on 28.3.22] Bootham Park Hospital grounds, Bootham, York. This is not only an obstruction but also a trip hazard. I was here at around 17.10 on a weekday. There was a constant stream of people using the route (cyclists, pedestr ... [more]

[Image taken on 25.3.22] Swann Street, York. Redundant cones become a trip hazard. They are unsightly and also make an area feel unsafe. The items frequently get damaged so cannot be reused. This is the result of works not being checked and ... [more]

The sign and the grit were still in situ 22.10.21 - a Friday so before a weekend and ahead of a half term. [UPDATE: LNER have not responded to my emails. I emailed Network Rail. Today (a second day of heavy rain in York) it responded: "This ... [more]

[Update 11.9.21: The cones and signs have gone.] [Image taken 9.9.21] Marygate car park, Railway Walk, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] Leftover/abandoned temporary works items create clutter, trip hazards, reduce the already li ... [more]

[Update 11.9.21: The cones and signs have gone. The sandbags remain.] [Image taken 9.9.21] Marygate car park, Railway Walk, York [NOTE: No streetview at this location] Leftover/abandoned temporary works items create clutter, trip hazards, a ... [more]

[Update 11.9.21: The cones and signs have gone.] [Image taken 9.9.21] Bootham Terrace, York at underpass to Railway Walk, Marygate car park and access to Scarborough Bridge. The not-in-use sign and a sign frame – likely from the diversion ... [more]

[Update April 2022 see: #175803.] [Image taken 3.9.21] York rail station. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] The social distancing sign is not fulfilling its purpose and is a hazard and an eyesore. Given that face coverings are no lon ... [more]

[Image taken 4.8.21] Bootham Terrace, York. The signs these ‘secured’ have gone but the sandbags remain. This is irresponsible. The raw materials have a cost, the manufacturing and transport have costs. The bags are a trip hazard. They ... [more]

[Update - sign on ground and grit still not removed: #173819] [Image taken 8.7.21] York rail station. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] Social distancing sign. The sign is surely now redundant (previous image: #171576). But the grit/s ... [more]

[Update: One barricade is now 'dumped' at the far end of the car park. But the sand/grit - skid hazard - remains.] [Image taken 27.7.21] Marygate car park, York. (Note: no streetview at this location.) The barricades (there's a second one ... [more]

[Image taken 22.7.21] Marygate car park. (No streetview at this location.) Behind this one of the two original barricades (see: #169993) the gap in the fencing has been replaced. Therefore there is now just one entry/exit on this side. The ... [more]

[Image taken 20.7.21] Marygate car park, York. [Note: No street view at this location.] The Network Rail employee removed this split bag (therefore redundant and a trip hazard) on his own initiative. Context image: #172322. Other images tod ... [more]

[Image taken 20.7.21] Marygate car park, York. [Note: No street view at this location.] One of two barricades that have, it appears, been abandoned. They have been moved around. The sandbags and the feet are trip hazards. The black bag is n ... [more]

[Image taken 8.7.21] York rail station. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] Social distancing sign. But who is the contact to ask if it can be removed/checked on and picked up if it falls? LNER? CYC? Why don't organisations label their ... [more]

[UPDATE: Sign and sand still here 22.10.21 at the start of the half term.] [Image taken 8.7.21] York rail station fallen sign. Does it get picked up only to be knocked over again? It was on the ground on 5.7.21 see #171404. I picked it up. ... [more]

Update: Sign on ground 8.7.21: #171575. The message visible on the sign: #171576. [Image taken 5.7.21] York rail station fallen sign. So it's not doing its job and it is creating a hazard. [Please note: no streetview at this location.] Othe ... [more]

Update see: #172507 [image taken 3.7.21] Marygate car park. One of the two original barricades (see: #169993) has been moved back to the car park side of the fencing. But who moves these and why? It seems they shouldn't be here at all: "[im ... [more]

Update: The barricade had gone on 19.6.21. The sign remained. [Image taken 13.6.21] Rougier Street, York. I caught my wheel on the protruding base of this barrier as I passed. It started to fall on me. It’s unstable. If a child knocked it ... [more]

Update: On 19.6.21 this sign seemed to have been restored to the pavement see: #170483. [Image taken 13.6.21] Rougier Street, York. This is one of the fallen signs and cone I have been trying to report. On 12.6.21 they were here: #170004 an ... [more]

[More recent image: #170670] [Image taken 8.6.21] Marygate car park. The gap was open at 15.45ish today. But the sandbag was again a hazard. See previous images this issue: #169955. Other images today: sign removed: #169953, other errant si ... [more]

A very poor surface on the path from Dykebar Hospital to Strathcarron Drive, with raised edges creating a trip hazard and hazard for bike tyres.

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.

An unnecessary hazard of upstand on a diagonal kerb across the cycle route at Clyde Place.

Concrete humps within these motor vehicle storage spaces to stop vehicles overhanging the footway. However I realise they can be a bit of a trip hazard for people crossing vacant spaces on foot! See also #50932.

3 cycle parking stands, 2 of them against wall of public toilets meaning that only one side can be used, and broken uneven surface. Not a great welcome to Milngavie town centre, the start of the West Highland Way and nearest town to Mugdock ... [more]

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