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The stainless steel sign for NCN66 at Bridge Street is very difficult to spot, and directs cyclists the wrong way down a one-way street.

The inevitable result of placing a barrier in the way of the path and not diverting the path directly to the forced crossing point - a worn path across the grass. Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but is that fence panel not meant to be inst ... [more]

Dropped kerb is far to the left off the desire line, and if used means up to 3 sharp turns. Hedge gives poor visibility with the car park entrance. Narrow shared-use path.

The busway is an excellent facility for walking and cycling, as it is off-road, direct, smooth and wide. The Science Park has therefore made it as difficult as possible to use this facility with the potential to really boost active travel, ... [more]

Some brush clearance at end of future Ridgeway. Potholes still not fixed, albeit there was a nasty rainstorm the day they were doing this work and they did say that would interfere with the road works. So they still need to come back and fi ... [more]

There is a nasty, blind dog-leg on the Tesco Fulbourn path. I was hit, head on, by another rider as I came round this bend earlier this summer. The path continues straight on, to the left (see lady just emerging on a bike), but visibili ... [more]

A very narrow section of Clyde Gateway cycle track past the back of a bus shelter, and poor visibility of motor traffic for merge onto carriageway where there is a left-hook risk at the Dunn Street multi-lane junction.

A screen in the cab of a dumper truck shows the view to the rear of the vehicle - but switches to show the view on the left or right hand side when the vehicle indicates that it is making a turn. This is the third camera system I've seen in ... [more]

Inside the cab of a demo Sainsbury's demo truck. Mirrors on the nearside show the side of the vehicle and in front of the windscreen the curved mirror shows what lies immediately in front of the vehicle. The screen shows views collated f ... [more]

Sign showing routing away from main traffic. It's good to see more of these signs go up, but it's strange that they are in the difficult-to-see dark colours. What's wrong with the visible and familar bicycle blue?

A screen placed in the top middle of a truck's windsceen showing the view from the nearside camera as shown at #45301.

Just above the 4 in the 2542 is a rear facing camera, capturing the nearside view of this truck. Images are visible inside the cab on a screen placed at the top centre of the windscreen. See #45302. This is part of a project by the Mi ... [more]

The man looking back at this lorry driver's position is on a bike about four metres in front of the truck, directly visbie at last to the driver. See also #45296.

In this photo a cyclist can be seen in the front mirror, positioned in front of the vehicle. Although he is a full size adult male only the top of his head is directly visible (in the bottom right of the windscreen) from this driver's seat ... [more]

In this photo a cyclist can be seen in the front mirror, positioned in front of the vehicle. Although he is a full size adult male he is not directly visible from this driver's seat position. See also #45296.

Driver's eye view of the nearside mirrors. In the top left mirror a cyclist can be seen waiting alongside the vehicle. The very top of his forehead can be seen in the bottom middle mirror. This shows the view from the driver's seat of ... [more]

A vehicle used to demonstrate the visibility of cyclists by lorry drivers. None of the marked area is directly visible to the driver - they have to rely on complex mirrors to check that area. This demonstration vehicle is also fitted wit ... [more]

Exit from the taxi stand on the (city centre facing) southern side of Oldenburg Main Station. An alert sign indicating the offstreet two way cycle track. It is the opposite of a "Cyclists Dismount" sign. Authorities in Cambridge would give ... [more]

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