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This group walked in the carriageway of St. Barnabas Road rather than the icy footway. This was four days after the snow fall.

A desire line formed by pedestrians walking from Dalintober Street to Carnoustie Street. There is a pedestrian crossing at the traffic signals ahead, but the paving slabs take an indirect route there.

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. The dynamic envelope of someone cycling a standard width cycle is 1m. Yet the space here is just 1.35m to be shared between all users. The feet of the barriers and the sandbags are trip hazards. … [more]

[Image taken 26.4.21] Navigation Road, York. I took the pic to show how much space a scooting child and accompanying adult need when moving and communicating. This is a pavement. It is not shared with people on cycles. Though it is two-way … [more]

Sale Moor near Manchester . The motor traffic goes round this bend so fast during covid19 that these cones are being destroyed.

Sale Moor . Great to see no waiting signs being placed in the very wide road during Covid19 emergency . Was this @electricityNW or @traffordcouncil see also #15339

Sale Moor . Great to see no waiting signs being placed in the very wide road during Covid19 emergency . Was this @electricityNW or @traffordcouncil see also #15340

A sign for the upgraded core path that runs from here at the entrance to the Bearsden Ski Club over a hill to Drymen Road near Schaw House. It is signed for walking only since it goes over quite a steep hill. The northern half of the path … [more]

Trafford near Manchester Firsway Health Centre . Appears to discourage walking by allowing their hedges to creep over the path restricting the width and reducing the light here.

Trafford near Manchester Irlam Housing association . Badly maintained footpaths with rubbish and creeping + overhanging vegetation

The bus driver did not break the law here. Toucan crossing appears to show 'green man' at the same time that the bus driver receives a green light. In fact the green man is for the crossing parallel to the bus, off to the left of the photo. … [more]

Newly constructed Cross City Cycling scheme but the '2.2 metre wide' refuge is considerably narrowed by the poor placement of poles. And seems to be a trash collection point as well (probably due to the wind).

A complete lack of cycle infrastructure outside the former Western Infirmary.

A marked pedestrian and cycle route. However, if you turn the corner you find there is no pavement or cycleway.

There is no pavement to access the Trinity Centre from the main road around the Science Park. The demand for walking access is clear from the wear on the verges.

The main entrance to the Trinity Centre, which provides the central facilities for the Science Park. There is no pavement to access the Trinity Centre by foot from this direction.

No pavement on the inner ring of the road.

One of many junctions where there are no dropped kerbs, making it hard to cross with a wheelchair, pram, luggage or a bike. Unnecessary splay increases the crossing distance and encourages people to take the turning at speed.

Massive splay on this junction encourages drivers to take it at speed. It almost triples the distance people have to walk in the road. There are no pavements into the drive to the right. The poor road surface is an additional obstacle for … [more]

Site visit at NCN 74 segregated route between Lesmahagow and Happendon with the @SustransScot team #walking #cycling

On the blue walking trail at the Llandegla Forest mountain biking centre.

Bridge for 3 Location: On track between Coylumbridge and Loch Mhic Ghille Chaoil.

Beech Street Underpass Location: Barbican, London (England, United Kingdom) 31 March 2013. Underpass running beneath the Barbican.

Cycling permitted, but only at walking pace, at this part of the busy centre of Munich.

One of Allan Brigham's popular walking tours that celebrate the history of life in Cambridge.

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