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Underpass under Birchwood Way, smooth and wide with gentle ramps.

route sign

route sign... but which way is Birchwood and which way is Sankey

route sign - but which way is which?

route sign

Route sign

Toucan crossing. Good response time on pressing the button. Wide gently angled stagger on central reservation.

route sign

Cyclists dismount to cross the motorway bridge.

Narow, poor quality tarmac path. Unfortunately no connection to Birchwood Bolulevard - just a high fence.

Route sign

White posts with reflective strips - serve no useful purpose

cyclists dismount sign

route signs for dismounted cyclists

Cyclists Dismount sign - A route sign for Warrington Strategic Route 3 towards Birchwood would be more helful.

Route sign - with very small lettering

Wide smooth cycle bridge across the railway

route sign

A dropped kerb would be rather more useful than the metal barriers that the council have installed at this junction.

Small route sign without destination information appears to suggest that the narrow pavement is a cycleway

route sign

Unlit non-reflective black posts are a hazard when cycling in the evening

chicane barrier

Chicane barrier

route sign

Small route sign with no destinations points the wrong way. Better signing needed at this 5-way junction in Woolston Park.

Woolston Park greenway, 3m wide, smooth, lit cycle path

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Woolston Park Greenway - Lit, 3m wide, smooth tarmac surface.

Posts with reflective strips prevent motor vehicle access to Woolston Park while presenting no obstacle for cyclists.

Posts with reflective strips

Woolston Park greenway crosses Grren Lane on a flat topped hump. The ramps are at a gentle angle so it is comfortable to cycle along the road.

narrow poor-quality tarmac surface

route sign

route sign

Sign directs cyclists across the A57 (a busy dual carriagway) at a point where there are no crossing facilities for protection. It would be much safer to cross at the New Cut Lane traffic lights - visible in the background.

Route sign directs cyclists heading towards Padgate and Birchwood along a narrow, poorly surfaced track #84835 to cross the A57 (a busy dual carriageway) at a point where there are no crossing facilities #84836. It would be much safer and m ... [more]

Warrington Strategic Cycle Route 3: Route sign directs cyclists across a busy dual carriageway A road (A57 - Manchester Road) with no protection whatsoever. A much safer crossing is available at the traffic lights at New Cut Lane. Update ... [more]

very narrow and poorly surfaced cycleway. Jan 2017: This section has now been upgraded to a 3m wide tarmac (not very smooth) path.

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