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The Boquhanran Road underpass beneath the Forth & Clyde Canal. I'm sure the road network would still function if this was shut to motor traffic and a more suitable surface laid for safer cycling.

The wet tyre tracks in the Gordon Street contraflow cycle lane reveal that some motorists are entering it in lieu of slowing down to make a tighter turn.

A painted cycle lane in Portland Street.

Looking inside the Union Canal's Falkirk Tunnel. A sign back at #101156 advises dismounting. I wouldn't disagree. This end of the tunnel is quite wet, so can be slippery.

The Wallace Street toucan crossing suffers from ponding.

When going on a bike-ride after a rainstorm be sure not to wear your favourite grey cotton joggies #WetSeat #Glasgow

Parking has been temporarily suspended on one side of Adam's Road in order to make it easier for two-way motor vehicle traffic that has been diverted due to Grange Road part-closure. Has this had any detrimental impact? Some users have … [more]

Ignoring the sogginess of the cycle lane, it's good to see that this section of Downing Street seems to have been properly resurfaced.

Water-filled pedestrian crossing and contraflow cycle lane in Downing Street. (Reported on Fix My Street.)

I saw this tream of hire bikes going past my window, so I thought I'd take a photo. Turns out picture tells a lot of stories. 1. Look at the space used by ~15 people on bikes compared to 4 people in motor vehicles. 2. Overall I can spot … [more]

See clip at (also I've been coming here 4 or 5 times a year for 30 years or so. I've seen floods here before, but never this deep. Talking with locals, this has been like this for 2 … [more]

Muddy surface on this section of The Avenue Waggonway

Flooding and mud affecting whole width of The Avenue Waggonway - "Caution Wet Floor" cone

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Riders braving the cold and wet and facing Castle Hill.

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