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Very icy surface on some patches of the cycleway between Sawston and Stapleford, particularly in the shadows. The road was being gritted but not yet the cycleway. Cambridge Road, Sawston

Francis Passage, off Norwich Street, Cambridge

The cycleway at Charing Cross.

The Sauchiehall Street cycleway at Charing Cross.

Footway cycleway near Bangor - with a faded cycle route sign which reads: LÔN ADDA Coed Mawr ¾ Canol y ddinas 2 City centre Note the reminder to motor traffic that this is now a two-way road.

A faded sign for NCN72 outside Carlisle station, which should have brackets for 'leading to NCN72', although NCN routes 7 and 10 are closer.

A short section of two-way on-road painted cycle lane, forming part of NCN73 in Kilmarnock, leading to a shared footway that gets narrower as it goes around the corner.

Cycleway alongside a trunk road.

Two way cycleway on one side of Vernon Boulevard.

The Paisley Road protected cycletrack merges into a shared footway around the corner. The diagonal crossing is aligned for those going up and down West St, but has a signal facing anyone coming from Paisley Road, just in case someone wants ... [more]

A bus stop bypass on Paisley Road cycletrack.

The Paisley Road cycle track, with access to/from toucan crossings off to the right via the speed hump. There is also what looks like a cut-through for access directly from the carriageway (next to the lamppost).

Two one-way streets join to form a two-way street. Little need for giving way, except for U-turners.

Warning of the two-way cycle lane crossing the exit from Butterfield St onto Chapel St.

Two-way cycle lane on Chapel St, approaching junction across Cable St. The narrow footway leads to people walking in the cycle lane.

Two-way cycle lane in Chapel St, without segregation from the main carriageway. The footway is quite narrow here and pedestrians were walking in the cycle lane.

Two-way cycletrack from Chapel St around the corner to North Road, and narrow footway.

Two-way cycle track towards the riverside, via North Road, Chapel St and Water St.

Priority over residential side street on the two-way (despite the one-way sign) South-West City Way cycle route on West Street.

At last the one-way signs (see #64494) have been replaced with contraflow signs here in Cockburn Street. There are three in this shot, one on the left and two on the right - (one of them in the far distance partially obscured by a van). ... [more]

Two way in the dead end :-)

Trafalgar Street now two-way for bikes.

Winterstoke Road cycle path

Looking south into Garden Walk from Bateson Road. The road markings are standard for a two way street. At the southern end there are no entry signs with a cyclists' bypass - giving the impression to many motorists that it is in effect on ... [more]

Garden Walk facing north near the Victoria Road end where the cars are parked on the eastern side. There are road markings reminding drivers to expect contraflow cyclists.

This is a view of Garden Walk looking towards Victoria Road. This is a two way street - but only cycles can enter the street from Victoria Road. On the part of the street where the motor vehicles are stored on the West Side there are no ... [more]

Start of one-way road to avoid exiting onto main road at a dangerous junction - but an exemption for cyclists would be helpful.

Corrected contraflow sign. See #65106

At last some signs have gone up to confirm that the section of Ross Street north of this junction is two-way for cycling. But the problem here is that the sign is the wrong way around - this side of the sign should be visible from the other ... [more]

At last some signs have gone up to confirm that the section of Ross Street north of this junction is two-way for cycling. But the problem here is that the sign is the wrong way around! Ie. only the grey back side of the sign is visible cent ... [more]

@GoBikeGlasgow Tiny sliver of good news: new warning signs and road paint on #connect2. Took 6 mths

An unprotected two-way cycle lane on Ann Street being used as taxi drop-off lane.

A not wide enough, two way cycle lane, contains give ways and Zebra crossing beacon poles and steeply raised unmarked ramps at the crossings.

Incongruous - this British highways road sign in the middle of the dense maze of streets of Kathmandu! Location not exact!

The two-way cycle track used to be protected by bollards, but they've been removed, leaving cyclists cycling into on-coming traffic with no separation. The road markings are badly worn, so there is little to tell motorists to stay off this ... [more]

The two-way cycle track is not linked into the junction, it just ends and cyclists have to find their own way across. None of the crossings are toucan crossings and the road is one-way.

Excellent big white cycle markings on Argyle Street remind motorists that this is a two-way street for cycling.

Sign explaining two-way cycling

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