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Mystery sign at Torino Porta Nuova station

From a tramline to a linear park - the trams have gone, but they don't seem to have been replaced by a cycleway, alas.

Limited cycle parking at Torino Porta Susa station

Modal filter on the route north from Torino Porta Susa station

No Entry except cycles, Torino

Cycleway and parking stands at Torino Porta Susa station

An unusual sign - Beware falling chestnuts in autumn

Cycleway diverted around a café terrace

New cycleway past Torino Porta Susa station

New cycleway past Torino Porta Susa station

New cycleway past Torino Porta Susa station

Cycleway passing behind a bus stop, Torino

Cycleway, Torino

Sign explaining the Advanced Stop Line for cyclists

Naturally there are food-delivery couriers on the pedestrian crossings in Torino as everywhere now.

Shared-use route between tramlines and parked cars.

Temporary closure of cycle route through a Torino arcade

Segregated cycle route west from Torino Porta Nuova station

Cycle route (too narrow) to and from Torino Porta Nuovo station

Cycle route signs - though there's no restriction on motor vehicles.

There are quite a few cycle stands dotted around outside Torino Porta Nuova station (and a big underground car park).

Crossing and start of shared-use route in Parco del Valentino, Torino

Cycle lane and advanced stop line - not common in Torino

Segregated route (supposedly) to the Vittorio Emanuele I Bridge, Torino

Cycle group on the Vittorio Emanuele I Bridge, Torino

No Cycling on the main road - use the service road to the right. NB note the cyclist on the main road.

Start of cycleway south from the Vittorio Emanuele I Bridge, Torino

Route signs at the Vittorio Emanuele I Bridge, Torino

Shared-use footway on the Vittorio Emanuele I Bridge, Torino

Experimental Signage - electric micromobility vehicles permitted on the shared-use route

Cyclist on the quayside route, Torino

Traffic lights and rising bollards on the quayside route, Torino

Traffic lights and rising bollards on the quayside route, Torino - and a cyclist on the shared-use footway.

Shared-use footway (right) and quayside route (left)

Cycle stands around the edge of Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Torino

These are quite common in Torino - not provided for cycle parking but to keep the entries to courtyards clear.

On-road cycle lane going off-road, Torino

Cyclist cutting through the Royal Palace, Torino

Cyclist cutting through the Royal Palace, Torino

Pedestrian zone and route sign for the Crown of Delights cycle route, Torino

Pop-up lane clearly intended for pedestrians, not cyclists.

Modal filter and pedestrian zone leading to the Roman Porta Palatina, Torino

Cycling by the tram lines, Torino

Cyclists on the traffic-free Via Garibaldi, Torino

Two types of cycle stands, Torino

Map of bike-sharing stations, Torino

Bike-sharing station, Torino

Well-spaced cycle stands, Torino

Tram line and platform, cycle lane and motor traffic lane, Torino

Cycle parking near Torino Porta Susa station

Torino Porta Susa station - no cycling allowed inside.

Ramp from Torino Porta Susa station

I have no idea what this sign on a sub-surface railway platform means - perhaps a lift?

Oh dear - no wonder other cyclists aren't using these rather exposed stands.

Cycle parking, colonised by motorised two-wheelers, just like in France.

There's plenty of space for a good cycleway parallel to the railway through the car parks of the former Fiat factory, which could link the very disconnected Lingotto rail and metro stations.

There's only step or lift access to the fancy new Lingotto foot/cycle bridge - this cyclist carries his bike down.

Cyclist on the Lingotto foot/cycle bridge

Cycleway beneath the fancy new Lingotto foot/cycle bridge - with no real connection.

The fancy new Lingotto foot/cycle bridge

There's only step or lift access to the fancy new Lingotto foot/cycle bridge

The Lingotto foot/cycle bridge (from the Agnelli Foundation art gallery in the former Fiat factory).

Bike-sharing station at Lingotto metro station, Torino

Cycle parking at Lingotto metro station, Torino

Bike/wheelchair access to the Torino metro

No Cycles in this carriage of the Torino metro

Bike-sharing station, Torino

Cycling in the motor traffic-free centre of Torino

Cyclist cutting through the Palazzo Reale, Torino

Cycle route through the Palazzo Reale, Torino

Cyclist cutting through the Palazzo Reale, Torino

The motor traffic-free centre of Torino

Motor traffic-free area in central Torino

Shared-use footway link to the Giardini Reali, Torino

Violinist-on-bicycle sculpture in Torino

Cycle parking in central Torino

Motor traffic-free central Torino

Cycle lane in central Torino

Road closure in Torino (with added obstacles)

Cycle parking, cycle-sharing and a tram stop - good integration in Torino

Most Italian cities have a Zona Traffico Limitado, with cameras fining unauthorised vehicles, and a pleasant environment for cyclists.

Road closure at the synagogue, Torino - security is the issue, but you'd have thought they could have allowed cycles to use the ramp.

Cycle-themed café terrace (with real cycle parking across the road) - location very inexact.

Cycleway alongside the tramway, Parco del Valentino, Torino

Road closure (cycling permitted) on a road in Parco del Valentino, Torino

Path alongside the Po in Parco del Valentino, Torino - open for cycling, but the traffic-free roads away from the river are better.

Family bikes for rent in Parco del Valentino, Torino

Traffic-free road in Parco del Valentino, Torino

Bike-sharing station in Torino

Road closure and parking in Torino

Road closure in Torino

Start of cycle (and wheelchair) route south from Torino Porta Nuova station

Surprisingly, cars do still come through this portico - it should be closed to provide good cycle access to Torino Porta Nuova station from the east

Surprisingly, cars do still come through this portico - it should be closed to provide good cycle access to Torino Porta Nuova station from the east

Two-way cycle route south past Torino Porta Nuova station

Cycle sharing station, Torino

Cycle route east from Torino Porta Nouva station

Cycle crossing from Torino Porta Nuova station

Bike-sharing station opposite Torino Porta Nuova station

Map of Torino bike-sharing stations

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