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182639Photo #182639Wilson's Road (bridleway) new alignment to right, old alignment to leftCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182638Photo #182638Wilson's Road (bridleway) old alignment dirt trackCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182637Photo #182637Wilson's Road (bridleway) new alignment to new bridge waiting to openCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182636Photo #182636Two sets of cycle stands on NCN route 3 in MevagisseyCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
182635Photo #182635Ridiculous barriers to anyone except fit pedestrians on the way to the Mevagissey Model RailwayObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
182634Photo #182634Sustrans 'milepost' on NCN route 3 entering MevagisseyCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182633Photo #182633NCN route 3 crossing the A390 in Truro - no traffic lights, so good luck.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182632Photo #182632Although Glasgow City Council has declared that closing Kelvin Way to motor vehicles is to be permanent, none of the motoring infrastructure has been removed. The railings, kerbs, bollards, parking meters, and this toucan crossing all remain untouched.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
182631Photo #182631My latest @InTandemTshirts blog post is a review of the new (red!!!) cycle tracks on Liverpool Street, Salford which I think are pretty good! I'd love to hear people's views on it, particularly if you've ridden it!

t.co/GEUr8Cmv4K t.co/Mk7L7TkbFp
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
182630Photo #182630You could be on the ⬅️ or on the ➡️

One is definitely much quicker than the other.

#ORRIsAParkingLot t.co/LXk29sksdP


Near the Outer Ring Road ORR at Doddanekundi in Bengaluru.

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twitter.com/nihart1024/status/1518959410436919298
Road environment:
Event
road
182629Photo #182629Cavendish Road - with raised horizon from the new development at the former Ridgeon's site.

E.g. compare with #57084
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182628Photo #182628Train runs over a food delivery robot.

twitter.com/tulipsmg/status/1525976684998144005
Road environment:
Event
road
182627Photo #182627A508 needs a cyclepathCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182626Photo #182626A508 needs a cyclepathCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182625Photo #182625A508 is dangerous and intimidating for cyclists. Need cyclepath to keep those in villages connected to nearby towns.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182624Photo #182624A508 is dangerous and intimidating for cyclists. Need cyclepath to keep those in villages connected to nearby towns.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182623Photo #182623A508 is dangerous and intimidating for cyclists. Need cyclepath to keep those in villages connected to nearby towns.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182622Photo #182622Millennium Milepost Coalville

This milepost is a Mills type and has no disk.
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
182621Photo #182621Millennium Milepost Higham on The Hill

This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T1/2 disk. This milepost has it's route number painted on instead of being part of the cast.
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
182620Photo #182620Millennium Milepost Limbury

This milepost is a Mills type and has no disk. This milepost is situated east of the small bridge so the location on Cyclestreets is inaccurate.
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
182618Photo #182618Lots of lycra leaving Land's End at 9am on a May Sunday morning.Road environment:
Event
road
182617Photo #182617Start of off-road section of NCN route 3 from Land's End to SennenCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182616Photo #182616Off-road section of NCN route 3, SennenCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182615Photo #182615Start of off-road section of NCN route 3 towards SennenCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182614Photo #182614NCN route 3 east from Land's End.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182613Photo #182613Millennium Milepost Knutsford

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T5/19 disk, it is one of the T5 mileposts found on NCN Route 6.
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
182612Photo #182612Start of NCN route 3 from Land's End (the wooden gate has been replaced, not much change since 2016 otherwise - see #81994)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182611Photo #182611Part of a small (free) exhibition at Land's End about the history of the Land's End to John O'Groats journey.Destination:
Misc
destinations
182610Photo #182610Part of a small (free) exhibition at Land's End about the history of the Land's End to John O'Groats journey.Destination:
Misc
destinations
182609Photo #182609Entry to a small (free) exhibition at Land's End about the history of the Land's End to John O'Groats journey.Destination:
Misc
destinations
182608Photo #182608Millennium Milepost Riverside Park

This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T5/20 disk, it is one of the T5 mileposts found on NCN Route 6.
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
182607Photo #182607Short stay cycle parking, Deansgate Square. Using non-standard Sheffield stands.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
182606Photo #182606Cycle Parking, Ilkley Riverside Gardens.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
182605Photo #182605Leeds University covered cycle Parking. (Late Dec, 2021)Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
182604Photo #182604(picture taken late December, 2021)Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
182603Photo #182603Cargo bike overhangs carriageway, resulting in buses having to squeeze past. Different space requirements required for non-standard cycles.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
182602Photo #182602[Image taken 14.5.22] Malton Road, junction with New Lane, Huntington/York. Cyclists are abandoned here. No matter if you want to cross the junction or turn left (LNER Community Stadium, leisure facilities, restaurants, Monks Cross retail park, Monks Cross Park & Ride...) you need the flexible head movements of an owl or eyes in the back of your head. The signage has distances (good practice) but does not signpost any of the health, leisure, shopping facilities in this direction. Other images and links today: #182594.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182601Photo #182601[Image taken 14.5.22] Heworth Green (town side of the roundabout), York. Context: #182600. Cyclists. Must. Be. Able. To. Look. Around. Them. We. MUST. NOT. Have. To. Look. Down. Other images and links today: #182594.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
182600Photo #182600[Image taken 14.5.22] Heworth Green (town side of the roundabout), York. I will (finally) report this damage. It's at the exit from a roundabout. It could unseat someone on a cycle. It's at a location the cyclist needs to be riding assertively - to hold drivers back - as there is no room for a motor vehicle to safely pass: #182601. And, as the image shows, it's one of a series of three... Other images and links today: #182594.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
182599Photo #182599[Image taken 14.5.22] West Esplanade, York. Every Saturday I have cycled this route, the vehicle of the driver (car registration DA55FNW) with the questionable taste in car accessories has been parked here (outside of the car park so presumably free of charge) since the route re-opened. The other vehicle (registration YG59RNX) has also parked here before (see: #179210). Other images today and links: #182594.Enforcement:
Problem
enforcement
182598Photo #182598[Image taken 14.5.22] Railway Walk/Marygate car park direction of Frederic Street, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] There are no signed entrances/exits between the car park and Railway Walk at its western end. Was this the result of frustration/need? Context and links: #182594.Car storage:
Problem
carstorage
182597Photo #182597[Image taken 14.5.22] Railway Walk/Marygate car park direction of Frederic Street, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] 'Gap three'. Context and links: #182594.Car storage:
Problem
carstorage
182596Photo #182596[Image taken 14.5.22] Railway Walk/Marygate car park direction of Frederic Street/Hetherton Street, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] Two of the three 'formal' gaps (though they are hardly 'formal' entrances/exits) in the fencing at this end of the car park. They are unsignposted and unprotected - see also gap three: #182597 - and compare with: #181795. Yet these are the motor traffic-free routes to the riverside (accessible), Scarborough Bridge (accessible, and leading to the rail station, the National Rail Museum...), part of NCN65... Context and links: #182594.Car storage:
Problem
carstorage
182595Photo #182595[Image taken 14.5.22] Railway Walk/Marygate car park direction of St Mary's, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] Context and links: #182594. Railway Walk is usually busy (too busy at times, including at the start and end of the school day). The pressure on this route will increase further when the Scarborough Bridge to Bootham Park cycle route improvements scheme (see: #177537) goes live and brings more non-motorised users and more wider and longer rigs through here. And as the number of e-cargo delivery vehicles increases. People hopping over or lifting items or people over the fence is unsafe now and will be increasingly so.Car storage:
Problem
carstorage
182594Photo #182594[Image taken 14.5.22] View of Marygate car park, York from the eastern end of Scarborough Bridge. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] There are no signed entrances/exits between the car park and the infrastructure around it for people to move between the car park and Railway Walk or Earlsborough Terrace. Car parks are polluted, noisy, hazardous places. They are transition zones. You arrive in one mode and continue your day using another. But, whether on a cycle, on foot, with a buggy (see: #182595), or in a wheelchair, you want to get out of there fast. I'll chase this up again. Other images this issue today: #182596, #182597, #182598. Previous image: #181794. Other images today: #182599, #182600, #182601, #182602.Route sign:
Problem
routesigns
182593Photo #182593Street Improvements to Mabgate, includes turning restrictions, cycle storage, and seating.Road environment:
Misc
road
182592Photo #182592Someone in my town has crocheted special Queen’s Jubilee bollard sleeves which may be the most brilliantly British thing I have ever seen. t.co/SvpECa4CfwRoad environment:
Good practice
road
182591Photo #182591Thank you to everyone who's made this happen. They're looking beautiful. We love it. I hope we can do more around Sheffield to make streets for walking and cycling @olivercoppard @min_esh @RuthMilsom t.co/MGbozM8kTqRoad environment:
Good practice
road
182588Photo #182588Fresh out the boxRoad environment:
Event
road
182587Photo #182587The stepped footbridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal at Westerton has had wheeling ramps added at one side.Obstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
182586Photo #182586[Image taken 13.5.22] Bootham Terrace, York. Very damaged tarmac. My feet fit (widthways) in some of the longitudinal fissures now. Context: #181245. Other images today and links: #182575.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
182585Photo #182585[Image taken 13.5.22] Bootham Terrace, York. The smoother surface here still gives way to very damaged tarmac: #182586. Other images today and links: #182575.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
182584Photo #182584[Image taken 13.5.22] Railway Walk, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] Marygate carpark without the hoardings. Looking north along Railway Walk my count square (see: #182575) is in the area there is light coming from the left at the cycle route sign. Other images today and links: #182575.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182583Photo #182583Cars parked in what little cycle lane there is in Byres Road.Car storage:
Problem
carstorage
182582Photo #182582An Advance Stop Line without its cycle symbol, on Byres Road.

The motor-based tourism signage has not been altered since Kelvin Way has been shut to motor traffic.
Road environment:
Problem
road
182581Photo #182581University Avenue at the western limit of its reworking.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
182580Photo #182580[Image taken 13.5.22] Railway Walk (steeper of the two slopes between it and Scarborough Bridge), York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] The hoardings have gone from this end of Marygate car park and it feels safer. It's definitely lighter. This incline is marked with a cycle symbol but most people use it. And looking at a mobile phone not at what's happening around you is the norm. I was here to do a count (count result see: #169470). I count everyone who crosses in any direction over the 'square' at the bottom of this image: between the cycle symbol and the wooden railings. Other images today and links: #182575.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182579Photo #182579No sooner had the van driver driven off from his position in the University Avenue cycle lane (see #182578), than a taxi driver came and parked there instead. The coach is parked on the other side of the road, where there is no cycle lane.

The cycle lane is marked only by red chips in the asphalt. A 'cycles only' sign has been installed (like as in #182570), as has a 20mph repeater sign which here is covered with a transparent cover.
Car storage:
Problem
carstorage
182578Photo #182578Vehicles parked in the unmarked mandatory cycle lane (indicated only by red chips in the asphalt), and a 30mph sign marking (possibly) the end of the 20mph outside schools on Gibson Street and on the corner of University Avenue and Kelvin Way.Car storage:
Problem
carstorage
182577Photo #182577While the painted markings tell people to cycle in the middle of the road exiting Kelvingrove Park, a railing blocks much of the width of the road ahead. However, the dead space on the other side of the railing has been used for cycle parking.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
182576Photo #182576[Image taken 13.5.22] Peasholme Green, York. I've posted before about the flexibility of the cycle parking here (see: #180473). Compost John's trailer (see also: #164543) was here today. This may be the longest cycle rig in the city so if a space can accommodate it, it's an example of good cycle parking. Other image today: #182575.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
182575Photo #182575[Image taken 13.5.22] Bootham Bar/High Petergate, York. This delivery driver is obstructing the bollards that keep the route open to people on cycles and possibly also mobility scooter and wheelchair users as the pavements are narrow. There is a space where the person in blue is standing that I see other drivers use for short stays. Compare with the good practice in: #182115. Other images today: #182576, #182580, #182584, #182585, #182586.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
182574Photo #182574Cycle parking for 8 bikes at WaitroseCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
182573Photo #182573Cycle parking at Beckenham Junction StationCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
182572Photo #182572Segregated cycle lane facing west along AllbemarleCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
182571Photo #182571With only one original cycle hire parking stand remaining, the hire bikes are taking over the visitor cycle parking at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery.Bike share:
Problem
bikeshare
182570Photo #182570'Cycles only' on University Avenue, apparently.General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
182569Photo #182569[Image taken 8.5.22] NCN65, York. [Note: No street view at this location.] A moving cyclist requires around 1m of lateral space. On a track just 1.65m that doesn't leave room to pass any other user easily. The lack of vertical features along the sides provides extra space – to ride on but also to ‘hang over’ into. Other image here today and links: #182563.Track:
Problem
track
182568Photo #182568[Image taken 8.5.22] Looking towards York on NCN65. Position very approximate. [Note: No street view at this location.] A runner shows how narrow the original route is... just 1.65cm. Despite this being very popular, a national route, and open to people on cycles of all widths, mobility scooter and wheelchair users, people with assistance dogs, dog walkers, pedestrians with buggies and holding the hands of children... There's no room to pass. Usually the dog walkers and pedestrians step into the grass (which can be muddy and wet) when someone on a cycle approaches. See the space someone on a standard cycle requires: #182569. Other images here today and links: #182563.Track:
Problem
track
182567Photo #182567[Image taken 8.5.22] Looking away from York towards the temporary path on NCN65. Position very approximate. [Note: No street view at this location.] A clear faultline between old (damaged) and new (pristine) tarmac. Until around January 2022 the path here was still smooth. Then came cold weather, flooding... and it started to deteriorate, visible and perceptibly, from day to day... Other images here today and links: #182563.Track:
Problem
track
182566Photo #182566[Image taken 8.5.22] Looking towards York on NCN65. Position very approximate. [Note: No street view at this location.] A landmark people who use the path with recognise but visible from much further away on this temporary path. Other images here today and links: #182563.Track:
Event
track
182565Photo #182565[Image taken 8.5.22] Looking towards York on NCN65. Position very approximate. [Note: No street view at this location.] Smooth tarmac nearly 3m wide. Other images here today and links: #182563.Track:
Event
track
182564Photo #182564[Image taken 8.5.22] Looking towards York from close to the access to NCN65 from Rawcliffe Bar Country Park. Position very approximate. [Note: No street view at this location.] Undamaged tarmac. Unweathered wood. And a cattle grid that doesn't jump up and down and disturb the serenity with its clattering. Other images today and links: #182563.Track:
Event
track
182563Photo #182563[Image taken 8.5.22] Looking towards York from close to the access to NCN65 from Rawcliffe Bar Country Park. Position very approximate. [Note: No street view at this location.] Context: #176152. The alternative route during the Clifton Ings Flood Alleviation Scheme has opened. The access to the original is barricaded. Other images here today: #182564, #182565, #182566, #182567, #182568, #182569.Temporary closure:
Event
closure
182562Photo #182562No Cycling on this section of the Cornish coastal path owned by the National TrustGeneral sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
182561Photo #182561Not intended for cycling, but a short section of the Cornish coastal footpath has been improved by the National Trust for wheelchair use.Track:
Infrastructure
track
182560Photo #182560Shared-use section of NCN route 32 turning left at a roundabout on the edge of NewquayRoute sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
182559Photo #182559NCN route 32 heading south from Newquay (route sign just out of sight to the right)Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
182558Photo #182558[Image taken on 11.5.22] York St John University, York, between Fountains Learning Centre and the Skell building. Sheffields have been rellocated/repurposed and labelled for use by motorcycles. Other images today: #182555 and links.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
182557Photo #182557[Image taken on 11.5.22] York Hospital, Bridge Lane, York, Since the non-motorised users entrance to A&E at York Hospital (see also: #181632) was long-term temporarily relocated to the end of Bridge Lane, at the end next to the York-Scarborough rail line, people have been necessarily ‘flyparking’ their cycles - securing them to the railings here. I've seen it on every visit. There is disabled car parking on the other side of the fencing where the white cycle with grey panniers is positioned. There is a lot of car parking to the left of there (right, out of shot) but no-one thought of providing cycle racks. This does not support people's active travel choices. It does not encourage people to change to active travel modes. And this is at a health facility. I will report it. Other images today: #182555 and links.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
182556Photo #182556[Image taken on 11.5.22] Bootham Park Hospital grounds, exit to Bridge Lane, York. Bad practice: cyclists dismount sign. A warning: "Pedestrian-cycle path ahead' would be appropriate. Other images today: #182555 and links.General sign/notice:
Problem
signs
182555Photo #182555[Image taken on 11.5.22] Bootham Park Hospital grounds, York. Good practice: visible sign that alerts people there is cycle parking, that is at the location of the cycle parking; the cycle parking is next to the entrance; the racks are Sheffields. But they are too close together, not protected from the car parking (door opening), there is no room to manoeuvre, there is no space for longer or wider cycles or for people who need more spacing getting on or off... Other images today: #182556, #182557, #182558.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
182554Photo #182554[Image taken 8.5.22) Field View, York looking towards/beyond Burton Stone Lane. Context: #182553.Other:
Problem
general
182553Photo #182553[Image taken 8.5.22) Field View, York looking towards/beyond Burton Stone Lane. At around 6.15Returning from buying a Sunday paper I could smell smoke. I could see very black clouds issuing from a property (unidentified) behind Burton Stone Lane. The white-fronted building is the Age UK shop. See also: #182554.Other:
Problem
general
182552Photo #182552Allow cycling on the old railway from here to Arnside to enable families on cycles to avoid the traffic on the B5282Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182551Photo #182551Allow cycling on the old railway path so families on cycles can avoid the traffic on the B5282Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182550Photo #182550Repaint contraflow cycle path so children are safe using it and enforce no parking as cars block it. Not a good example of a safe route to a primary school when it could be.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182549Photo #182549Section of road here has cycle lanes (non mandatory) to either side. Should be reconfigured with a two way cycle path from Ashford Rd to the canal path with one safe crosing. There is no safe right turning pocket off the road to the canal when heading south on the A588.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182548Photo #182548Lines and symbols need repainting to make it clear that downhill is on the road and uphill is contraflow on the shared pavement. Most markings are very faded.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182547Photo #182547On road cycle lanes on roundabout do not work as they place right turning people on cycles in conflict with left turning cars. An off road cyclops or dutch roundabout treatment is needed to be safe.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182546Photo #182546Dreadful on road cycle lanes around a roundabout placing right turning people on cycles to the left of right turning cars. Needs the whole cycle path moving off the main road surface as a Cyclops or Dutch round about with segregated cycle paths on the B5321. Far too dangerous for families and a horrible start to the Way of the Roses cycle route.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
182545Photo #182545Traffic calming to discourage rat-runningTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
182544Photo #182544Pedestrian crossing from the library to the park entranceTrack:
Problem
track
182543Photo #182543Remove the free parking from one side of the street in order to widen the footpaths and add a contraflow cycle laneTrack:
Problem
track
182542Photo #182542The tweet below is good, but this picture is better. Normal clothes, no helmets... t.co/6ZnXO6iqfW t.co/6iOIGyJ9p0Enforcement:
Problem
enforcement
182541Photo #182541We need a station here. Our area has been left out.Bike share:
Problem
bikeshare
182540Photo #182540Cycle parking on Haugh Road at Overnewton Street, and a van driver sat in the Advance Stop Line box.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
182539Photo #182539Cycle parking on Kelvinhaugh Street.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
182538Photo #182538Cycle parking on Argyle Street, plus some random driver failing to yield to pedestrians crossing the road.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
182537Photo #182537Cycle parking on Argyle Street, with more on the opposite side of the road.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking

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