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[Image taken 14.4.21] Sheffields (racks) at Monks Cross, (Huntington), York. The aisle (gap between the racks) is just 187cm wide. There was no room for me to be able to reverse out without lifting my cycle. For a second view of this site s ... [more]

Filter left onto Devonshire Road.

A curious route sign advising cyclists on the (tram only at that point) tramway of an unspecified cycle route to the right at Castle Square.

Junction marked with places for two-stage left turns.

According to my map from the council, Cumbernauld Cycle Network route 4 turns the corner here, which may account for the difference in path widths. But no signs.

Brand Street approaching the turn into Harvie Street. But how is anyone meant to know to turn onto the shared footway rather than the carriageway at the junction?

There are no route signs visible at the Colleges Cycle Route turn from St Mungo Avenue towards North Hanover Street.

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

An enforced sharp double-back to get to cross the new cycle bridge across the Raith Interchange roundabout coming from Strathclyde Country Park. Very poor design!

NCN1 forks right here, but only indicated by stickers on the lamppost. The path ahead leads towards the main railway station, so could be widened to match the NCN1 path.

Just a sticker on a lamppost for directions. Proper signage should be used, especially for on-road routes where cyclists may have to make a turn decision with an impatient car driver trying to get past.

So I guess anyone seeing the state of the track ahead will be on the lookout for evidence that the cycle route does turn here, but still the sticker on the fencepost behind the mesh is not nearly adequate signage. The whole corner could be ... [more]

NCN 7 & 75 tight turn for Bells' Bridge. You are just meant to know where they lead to. And watch out for the bricks!

The path on Low Green comes away from the seafront, only for cyclists to be directed back to the Esplanade.

Is this an appropriate surface for a cycleway, especially at a turning point?

No sign at the turn into Cluny Avenue, on the interim Bears Way route. The previous time I came through here there was a direction sign on the lamppost, but it had been damaged by passing traffic, since it stuck out into the carriageway ... [more]

No sign on the turn into Cluny Drive, other than "No Through Road except cycles", on the Bears Way interim route.

Pre-junction turn sign for LF4 and knooppunt 41 on last post before the junction

Invisible left turn off A1 cycleway into Blanche Lane, which enables rider to reach NCN12 at South Mimms without cycling round A1(M) junction 1/M25 junction 23. The left turn is level with the line in the tarmac in the foreground.

Having joined Larch Road at #80303, already time to leave it.

No sign at top of ramp from underpass, where route 3 takes a sharp turn to find a step-free route through the houses.

Left turn centre lane for cyclists, to access a shortcut through a building. See also #71417. Location: Hanover-Mitte, Hanover (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Awkward left turn centre lane in Hanover (Lower Saxony, Germany), see also #71418.

After the confirmation sign in #71299, it is left to Sustrans stickers to indicate the right turn onto the Esplanade. Very poor!

Footway cycling provision ends abruptly at sharp corner to return onto carriageway.

The John Muir Way turns left here, to join the Innocent Railway Path (NCN1).

Users of the Millburn Active Travel Route are expected to leave King Duncan's Road at the dropped kerb before the start of the crash barrier, then use the footway and U-turn down the steep ramp at the end of the wire fence. Check your brake ... [more]

Right turn on old route of NCN 75

See clip at "Highway code rule 165", backed up in law. Just caught this as I arrived at the junction. Cars driving left to right into to ... [more]

Cycle lane for turning right

No left turn, except (undtaget) bicycles sign in white/red colour. Allowing cyclists to turn to go up a street with a "low flying motorbikes sign". Confusing signs not just in Cambridge.

Right turn cycle lane into Essex Street.

The central cycle lane helps people to turn right of Unthank Road into Essex St and The Avenues. This is an important link from UEA and the western suburbs to the city centre. Also serving the nearby school.

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