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Millennium Milepost Bellevue Crescent This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T5/19 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) King Street 35.74, Temple Meads Stn 1.5, Bradford-on-Avon 27 2) Primrose Cafe 0.5, Clifton Suspension Bridge … [more]

Unsurprising consequence of ill-thought attempt to deal with sub-optimal junction design. Still no visibility aids (reflectors) either, on what's left of the fence.

Recent work appears to have been concentrated on top-dressing the verges.

An obvious place for an active travel route between High Ditch Road and the Marleigh development, potentially with a less challenging level difference than the one further east - so why isn't this one in the plans?

Car door moment on Leeds Road near Bradford. Cycling behind nephew Joss, he anticipated the door and swerved as the man looks at him. If you zoom into the wing mirror you can just see Joss, and me getting the shot.

Wythenshawe Manchester Path going South is not overgrown. Probably because the surface is good and does not promote weed growth. See #194699

Wythenshawe Manchester Path going North is very overgrown. Probably because the surface is bad and promotes weed growth. See #194700 for how it should look

Wythenshawe Manchester Gawsworth Road . Path with correct bollards (rather than kissing gate or A frame )

Wythenshawe Manchester Gawsworth Road . Path with correct NO MOTOR VEHICLES signs. Sign is slightly out of position on Left and sign on Right si sun bleached

Wythenshawe Manchester Frodsham Road . Path with correct NO MOTOR VEHICLES sign. Sign is slightly out of position

Sale Trafford near Manchester Kenyon Road at the back of Sale High School. Kissing Gate compromising walking and wheeling for a route avoiding main roads.

Woodstock Road Stretford . Please Give cyclists room sign

The wall NTN no traffic neighbourhood not even pedestrians allowed from to Manchester and Trafford

[Image taken 3.6.23] York Art Gallery, Exhibition Square, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location] The intro to the Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition 2023 ( on a … [more]

Piccadilly Station Manchester . Stacked parking - the ground level spaces are more popular. Approx 50 spaces.

And suddenly with nothing changed (and no tactile paving fitted) the crossing that was unusable for at least 5 months seems to be open - see #193996

Two motor vehicles blocking the contraflow cycle lane - in both cases there was a space free on the legal side of the road.

Longford Park Stretford near Manchester .

[Image taken 3.6.23] Exhibition Square, York. With all the Sheffields (cycle parking) in use (see: #194686) people resorted to flyparking on the railings. If the Local Transport Strategy is successful and leads to the projected 20 per cent … [more]

[Image taken 3.6.23] Exhibition Square, York. The Sheffield racks (cycle parking) were full. People were flyparking on the railings too: #194687. Other image today and links: #194685.

[Image taken 3.6.23] York Art Gallery, Exhibition Square, York. The vehicles in the Square today were cycles (see also #194686 and #194687), an ice cream van and two lots of Tier hire e-cycles/scooters. In this image, the Square looks like … [more]

[Image taken 3.6.23] Exhibition Square, York. More Tier scooters (Tier overview #164663) than I can recall seeing in one place at one time. Perhaps connected to the Pride ( procession in town today? … [more]

[Image taken 3.6.23] Deangate, York. There was a blanket in the basket so I assume an animal of some kind needed the protection of the parasol today. Other image today and links: #194682.

[Image taken 3.6.23] Non motorised users route between Hiscox and Moxie, Peasholme Green, York. Motor vehicles seem to be able to park here on some occasions. However instead of parking one behind the other, the drivers have positioned … [more]

[Image taken 2.6.23] Clifton Backies bench, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location. Location approximate] This was the second time (in two trips) I have seen a horse in the Backies … [more]

Another view of #194679, but looking along Paisley Road. Are we meant to cycle on the carriageway or the footway? Turning into the side road at the next junction.

Another LCN cycle route sign, back on the main road. See also #194680.

The LCN cycle route at the rear of Bellfield Court.

The LCN cycle route takes the path between Bellfield Crescent and Bellfield Court. Parking across this entrance could be a problem.

Cycle route on path between Graham Street and Bellfield Crescent.

Signs for the LCN cycle route, without the LCN branding, and one for the nearby railway station. One mile to Neilston station is a bit optimistic, and it is up a big hill!

The LCN cycle route goes from this path to the path diagonally opposite, next to the signpost.

Bollards on back lane behind Graham Street, and the LCN cycle route turns right.

A recommended route for cycling that is also a dead end? This needs an 'except cycles' plate.

A route sign for the LCN cycle route pointing the wrong way.

The Levern Walkway joins this lane before continuing eastwards, but is not on this person's route.

Barrier and gateway at entrance to Levern Walkway, but the walkway immediately joins the lane to the left.

Leeds Road

York Road, Leeds from a car A64

A place to park in Park Place.

Chiswick Terrace

Who wants to cycle here on the A64. Best is enemy of good?????

Leeds railway from Travelodge level three

Leeds Station from Travelodge level three.

Criterion Place, Leeds from our hotel room.

Pelican crossing from our hotel room.

There should be a segregated cycle path from the station to the town centre. Too many fast close passing cars on this wide road.

Carberry Terrace, Burley, Leeds

White line finally painted, to avoid people parking thoughtlessly over the exit from this new development.

Compare #113555 I think they reused the graphic.

Flags in Briggate Leeds. These look very cheap and flimsy compared to those in Strand, London see #194185

A high quality cycling hub is promised for Leeds in 2025.

The Bike Barista at Peterborough station. This is their sixth year of operation.

Bridge End Bikes, Newry

Ireland’s first Dutch-style roundabout opened in Dublin 15! “The cycle-friendly roundabout ... is a first for Fingal, and for Ireland. This innovative layout separates cyclists, pedestrians and vehicles providing a dedicated space for … [more]

Two-way cycleway along the Seine past Notre-Dame de Paris

Bank holiday cyclists riding around the Longchamps racecourse, Paris

Start of cycleway, Sfântu Gheorghe

Footway and cycleway thoroughly blocked

Yellow cycleway, for a change

Yellow cycleway, for a change

Cycleway, Sfântu Gheorghe (swapping sides with the footway)

Cycleway, Sfântu Gheorghe

End of cycleway, Sfântu Gheorghe

Cycle parking at a modern hotel, Sfântu Gheorghe

Cycleway, Sfântu Gheorghe

Cycleway, Sfântu Gheorghe

Cycle parking at the prefecture, Sfântu Gheorghe

Cycle parking at the prefecture, Sfântu Gheorghe

Modal filters, Sfântu Gheorghe

No Cycles, Skateboards, Rollerblades

No Cycling marking (barely visible)

Two-way cycleway south from central Sfântu Gheorghe

Two-way cycleway and narrow footway, Sfântu Gheorghe

Cycleway south from central Sfântu Gheorghe

No Cycling in the central park, Sfântu Gheorghe

Pop-up road closure, Sfântu Gheorghe

Newly pedestrianised area, Sfântu Gheorghe

Start of segregated cycleway, Sfântu Gheorghe

Cycle parking at a restaurant, Sfântu Gheorghe

End of cycleway from the station, Sfântu Gheorghe

Parallel crossing, Sfântu Gheorghe

Bikes for sale, Sfântu Gheorghe

Cycleway - and cyclist preferring the road

Start of cycleway from near the station to central Sfântu Gheorghe

Father and child cycling on a levee, Sfântu Gheorghe

Cycle parking at a supermarket opposite Sfântu Gheorghe station

Since the sign faced across the path, I wasn't sure whether the 'Cyclists Dismount' sign applied to cyclists heading onto the Levern Walkway, leaving it, or just to those attempting to read the information board.

Barnes Street at John Street, where the LCN cycle route turns to join the main road, since the way through the back streets has come to an end.

The LCN cycle route in Barnes Street. Heading straight ahead and turning into Kerr Street is probably at least as quick.

The LCN cycle route in Cogan Street.

Leaving McDiarmid Park.

LCN route signs in McDiarmid Park. The park is at the back of a big retail park which is accessed from Kelburn Street and via some steps from Blackwood Street.

The cycle route goes into McDiarmid Park.

The Neilston to Barrhead cycle route turns off Kelburn Street, which leads into the centre of Barrhead, and takes to the back streets. Further signs are branded "LCN" but this one is not. Also visible is part of Barrhead's abandoned … [more]

A route sign for the Neilston to Barrhead cycle route on Kelburn Street. No indication of whether cyclists should use the footway or road. A toucan crossing is provided on this side of the junction.

Traffic at the Kelburn Street/Neilston Road junction. This is the nearest dropped kerb to the sign in #194605, and there are no shared-use signs further down the hill. Some sides of the crossing have toucan crossing displays, others do not, … [more]

The first sign to say this footway is shared use is hidden by a tree. No invitation to leave the carriageway to join it, and the nearest dropped kerb is back at the previous junction. The shared footway is not particularly wide, and … [more]

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