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175226Photo #175226Shared-use path whose useability is severley impaired by ending abruptly at the bottom of a dip, meaning that one must stop to rejoin the road going back uphill behind the camera with all momentum lost. It would be a cheap but massive improvement to widen the footpath to shared-use up too Dee Banks School to complete a relatively safe cycle route from there down to the Saighton Camp neighbourhood.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
175225Photo #175225Two-way cycling along the pedestrianised Frodsham Street, you meet service buses head-on which ought to terminate at the new bus station across the canal instead.General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
175224Photo #175224Painted bollards at Anderston Cross.Track:
Infrastructure
track
175223Photo #175223Parking stand at Tesco on Sealand Road.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
175222Photo #175222The paintwork at Anderston Cross, before it was hidden by lots of barricades.Track:
Infrastructure
track
175221Photo #175221I never noticed these cycle symbols in the paving before.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
175220Photo #175220A van parked not in a marked parking bay, but partly blocking access to the dropped kerb and the path through Yorkhill Park.Car storage:
Problem
carstorage
175219Photo #175219And hit some Friday rush hour traffic on the South City Way!!! 😁 @SouthSeeds @SCWFriends t.co/o5v1fCyVW7Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
175218Photo #175218GeT In ThE CyCle LaNe / No OnE UseS CyclE LaNes etc t.co/eR0NJpxddCCar storage:
Problem
carstorage
175217Photo #175217[Image taken 22.10.21], Library Square, York. There’s room on the Sheffields (racks) for longer and wider ‘York’cycles and trailers. This is appropriate because behind the camera is the library. People carry children on a variety of bespoke and adapted designs or pull the children using attachments such as a FollowMe. Other images today: #175211 and linksCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
175216Photo #175216[Image taken 22.10.21] St Andrewgate, junction with Aldwark, York. I hadn’t noticed the cycle parking sign before. It’s too high up – not in the line of sight of anyone. But the junction here demands that you are looking around you, not up. The sign would be good practice if within sight and if it said how many metres away the parking was. Other images today: #175211 and linksRoute sign:
Good practice
routesigns
175215Photo #175215[Image taken 22.10.21] Wellington Row, junction with Tanner Row, York. Part of the Scarborough Bridge to Ouse Bridge Flood Scheme diversion. These two temporary signs block the pavement which is already made less attractive and less easy to navigate by bollards. Other image here today: #175214 and links. Other images today: #175211 and linksGeneral sign/notice:
Problem
signs
175214Photo #175214[Image taken 22.10.21] North Street, junction with Tanner Row, York. Part of the Scarborough Bridge to Ouse Bridge Flood Scheme diversion. The sign on the left has no value. It's a ghost sign: just a frame. It’s a hazard and an obstruction. It’s not been checked ahead of a weekend/a Friday before half term. No way or knowing who to report it to. Other image here today: #175215 and links. Other images today: #175211 and linksRoute sign:
Problem
routesigns
175213Photo #175213[Image taken 22.10.21] Aldwark, junction with St Andrewgate, York. Context and other image here today: #175212 and links. Other images today: #175211 and linksGeneral sign/notice:
Event
signs
175212Photo #175212[Image taken 22.10.21] Aldwark, junction with St Andrewgate, York. Not clear if cyclists, pedestrians or wheelchair users will be able to use the route during the closure. This is a critical link for people on cycles moving through the city. Plus there’s no drop kerb onto/from the pavements so pedestrians with buggies or wheeled walkers, and wheelchair users necessarily stay on the tarmac. Further discussion and links see: #174502. Other image here today: #175213. Other images today: #175211 and links.General sign/notice:
Event
signs
175211Photo #175211[Image taken 22.10.21] Scarborough bridge, York railway station, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] The bollards at several places on the access to/from the more accessible bridge which opened in around February 2019 appeared soon afterwards. They were not on the planning documents or mentioned in the consultation. These do not meet the latest standards - LTN 1/20 – which requires a gap of no less than 150cm. Other images today: #175212, #175213, #175214, #175215, #175216, #175217.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
175210Photo #175210Alignment of the new bridge is shortest/easiest crossing of the brook, and not great for sightlines and continuity of the path.Other:
Infrastructure
general
175209Photo #175209A short stretch of the path on the common is very narrow while they work to lay out the edge of the new alignment.Other:
Infrastructure
general
175208Photo #175208Handrail in place on north bridge steps, concrete detail fettling apparently still in progress.Other:
Infrastructure
general
175207Photo #175207Trail is not yet surfaced at the bend near the footpath/footbridge crossing - but work is in progress.Other:
Infrastructure
general
175205Photo #175205Handrail in place on south bridge steps, beds ready for planting.Other:
Infrastructure
general
175204Photo #175204[Image taken 18.10.21] Bootham Row, York. The image shows the need for wider spacing or positioning racks so the ends can be used by other longer and wider designs. The owner says it’s the only one – so far – in the city; that it doesn’t need insurance, has a top speed of 15.5mph and can use cycle routes. Though the owner said because he got so much flak from drivers while using the roads (along the lines of, Get in the cycle lane) he got the number plate for which, he says, his machine is eligible. He explained it has a much greater range than a mobility scooter and is more stable than a cycle as it has three wheels. It has a key and a motor so does not need a cycle lock or securing to an immovable object. Three of us were able to talk without risk from road users as there was space between the racks. It reinforced the importance of having spaces you can start conversations with strangers or continue them with people you know and meet serendipitously. All 'people' spaces should have such areas - with seating - designed into them. Such encounters build community and counter loneliness and isolation. Other images here today: #175198 and links. Other images today: #175196 and links.Other:
Good practice
general
175203Photo #175203[Image taken 18.10.21] North Street, close to the junction with Bridge Street, York. Pavement obstructed, advisory cycle lane blocked... The driver of the van is a regular here: #174478. Other images today: #175196 and linksEnforcement:
Problem
enforcement
175202Photo #175202This sign and cone were still here 22.10.21. [Image taken 18.10.21] Longfield Terrace, junction with Sycamore Place, York. The diversion sign (context see: #174818) and cone have been moved to the left just in front of the silver vehicle. The sign is now broken. A company's assets. And, if this is a Council sign, public funding wasted. Other instances and issues with temporary signage search on 'fallensign' or 'abandonedsign'. Other images today: #175196 and linksGeneral sign/notice:
Problem
signs
175201Photo #175201[Image taken 18.10.21] Library Square, York. Creative use of a cycle trailer. Though using cycle parking for use other than securing cycles is not good practice. Racks are usually oversubscribed plus copycatting is an issue. Other images today: #175196 and linksCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
175200Photo #175200[Image taken 18.10.21] Bootham Row, York. Context: #175198. Aisles should be rather wider so people can get into and out of racks without difficult or needing to lift a cycle and without damaging other cycles see: #175106, standard and links. Other images here today: #175198, #175199, #175204. Other images today: #175196Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
175199Photo #175199[Image taken 18.10.21] Bootham Row, York. Context and links: #175198, #175200. Other images today: #175196 and links.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
175198Photo #175198[Image taken 18.10.21] Bootham Row, York. Toastrack Sheffields. A local cycle campaigner said these had come from the city centre. I didn't know they were here - there's no sign to them from the main road (Bootham) or any other clue. And I'm not sure they are useful: too far from the Sainsburys and not secure enough for use by the residents of the flats. The two cycles on the racks belong to my group of two. The uprights/supports are 97cm apart (minimum recommended is 100cm) but the rest of the spacing does not meet any kind of standard see: #175199 and #175200. Other images today: #175196 and linksCycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
175197Photo #175197[Image taken 18.10.21] Bootham Terrace junction with Bootham, York. An NCN65 diversion sign for use during floodworks - Scarborough Bridge to Ouse Bridge Flood Scheme and the Clementhorpe flood defences diversion. Other images today: #175196 and linksRoute sign:
Event
routesigns
175196Photo #175196[Image taken 18.10.21] Clifton Backies (the Woodland Chase/Water Lane end), York. Part of the route floods and also freezes in inclement conditions. An ongoing year-round issue is that the surface splits. As a nature reserve it is not lit after dark so the fissures are real hazards coupled with the very narrow path (see: #173161)means everyone needs to be looking around them not down. Other Backies images: #173162. Other images today: #175197, #175198, #175199, #175200, #175201, #175202, #175203, #175204Track:
Problem
track
175195Photo #175195Bicycle wheel themed artwork on the road surface of Victoria Street, Brunswick East, Melbourne, Australia.Road environment:
Good practice
road
175194Photo #175194Colourful road environment and Parklet on Victoria Street, Brunswick East, Melbourne.

(Via screen shot from a video call.)
Road environment:
Good practice
road
175193Photo #175193LTN in Melbourne, Australia.

(A screen shot from a video call with a niece.)
Road environment:
Good practice
road
175192Photo #175192Bike repair station, Grosszschachwitz, DresdenCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
175191Photo #175191Bike repair station, Grosszschachwitz, DresdenCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
175190Photo #175190Constant speeding on Dorchester Road rat-runTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
175189Photo #175189Dorchester Road is used as a rat-run to get to Hinckley Road and avoid traffic lights. Constant levels of speeding up and down hill, and cutting corner, making it dangerous for pedestrians and residents.Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
175188Photo #175188Ride-on Santander Cycle scheme is a great thing for the city, yet there are not enough locations outside of city centre to make it accessible for those outside of student populace. Focus on residential areas to allow commuting would be highly beneficial. For example Western Park.Bike share:
Problem
bikeshare
175187Photo #175187Ride-on Santander Cycle scheme is a great thing for the city, yet there are not enough locations outside of city centre to make it accessible for those outside of student populace. Focus on residential areas to allow commuting would be highly beneficial. For example Western Park.Bike share:
Problem
bikeshare
175186Photo #175186Concrete has been poured for the ends of the bridge on Coldham's CommonOther:
Infrastructure
general
175185Photo #175185Concrete has been poured for the ends of the bridge on Coldham's CommonOther:
Infrastructure
general
175184Photo #175184A large rectangular hole in the path alongside the realigned brook: site of next cattlegrid?Other:
Infrastructure
general
175183Photo #175183The southbound Via Francigena now forks to the northeast here - this means that cyclists only join the road at the town limits of San Lorenzo Nuovo and the start of the 50km/h limit, which is a good thing.Track:
Infrastructure
track
175182Photo #175182The Via Francigena turns left and left again - my first clue that I was further south than shown on my route map (and on OpenCycleMap - this means that cyclists now only join the road at the town limits of San Lorenzo Nuovo and the start of the 50km/h limit, which is a good thing.Track:
Infrastructure
track
175181Photo #175181Cyclops junction at Histon Road/Warwick Road.Dutch-style cycleway:
Good practice
dutchcycleways
175180Photo #175180Cyclops junction at Histon Road/Warwick RoadOther:
Good practice
general
175179Photo #175179Cyclops junction at Histon Road/Warwick Road junction.Other:
Good practice
general
175178Photo #175178Floating bus stop on south bound Histon Road cycle way.Dutch-style cycleway:
Good practice
dutchcycleways
175177Photo #175177Wands added to cycle lane by A14 junction 32 exit onto Histon Road.Other:
Infrastructure
general
175176Photo #175176Wands and white lines to encourage turning across the cycle lane (more likely to look for cyclists) than simply drift into the left turn lane (less likely to check for cyclists).Road environment:
Good practice
road
175175Photo #175175Dropped kerb and wands added to join ahead cycle lane from shared use path at A14 junction 32.Road environment:
Misc
road
175174Photo #175174New dropped kerb to exit A14 junction 32 roundabout if rider has taken old route onto road from crossing.Road environment:
Misc
road
175173Photo #175173The path over the River Kelvin bridge is very narrow, so having this fence block sightlines onto it until the last moment before knowing whether the way is clear or not is rather unhelpful. #102680 illustrates the width. With the gate left open the fence serves no purpose. There is also no excuse for the fence being taller than the adjacent railing. See also #175172.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
175172Photo #175172"Doom awaits" - a fence blocking sightlines onto the narrow path across the River Kelvin expressway bridge. No such problems for drivers on the adjacent road. See also #175173.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
175171Photo #175171Dingy and unsafe route through this park. Would not use this path on my own or in the dark. Needs lighting and more security. Streetscape architects need to take safety of vulnerable pedestrians and cyclists into account when designing routes and new estates. Often I have to walk 10-15 minutes longer to stay on main roads in order avoid a dangerous and unsafe areas like this.Track:
Problem
track
175170Photo #175170Dingy and unsafe route through this park. Would not use this path on my own or in the dark. Needs lighting and more security. Streetscape architects need to take safety of vulnerable pedestrians and cyclists into account when designing routes and new estates. Often I have to walk 10-15 minutes longer to stay on main roads in order avoid a dangerous and unsafe areas like this.Track:
Problem
track
175169Photo #175169Dingy and unsafe alley. Would not use this on my own or in the dark. Needs lighting and more security. Streetscape architects need to take safety of vulnerable pedestrians and cyclists into account when designing routes and new estates. Often I have to walk 10-15 minutes longer to stay on main roads in order avoid a dangerous and unsafe areas like this.Track:
Problem
track
175168Photo #175168Dingy and unsafe alley. Would not use this on my own or in the dark. Needs lighting and more security. Streetscape architects need to take safety of vulnerable pedestrians and cyclists into account when designing routes and new estates. Often I have to walk 10-15 minutes longer to stay on main roads in order avoid a dangerous and unsafe areas like this.Track:
Problem
track
175167Photo #175167Limited pavement on Windingbrook Lane, Northampton, NN4 - several areas only have pavement on one side of the road, leading to pedestrians having to have to walk into the road to keep socially distanced. Uneven, rubble paths in some areas also not good for wheelchair users, children’s buggies or vulnerable pedestrians and need reinstating properly.Track:
Problem
track
175166Photo #175166Limited pavement on Windingbrook Lane, Northampton, NN4 - several areas only have pavement on one side of the road, leading to pedestrians having to have to walk into the road to keep socially distanced. Uneven, rubble paths in some areas also not good for wheelchair users, children’s buggies or vulnerable pedestrians and need reinstating properly.Track:
Problem
track
175165Photo #175165Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
175164Photo #175164Dangerous speeding and bad parking by Simon de Senlis Primary School on a regular basis. Students often need to step into the road to avoid inconsiderate drivers parking across the zigzags and there is mayhem at the zebra crossings could lead to an accident. Speed safety van needs to be deployed in this area and a lollipop person (or two) are urgently needed at school start/finishing times.Track:
Problem
track
175163Photo #175163Limited pavement on Hill Farm Rise, Northampton, NN4 - only has pavement on one side of the road, leading to pedestrians having to have to walk into the road to keep socially distanced for others.Track:
Problem
track
175162Photo #175162Unsafe route through bushes, hedges and across the golf course between Windingbrook Lane and Collingtree village. Limited visibility, and lack of security, lighting, and CCTV all along this route means there is no safe way of to walk from East Hunsbury to Collingtree, despite children having to walk this path everyday to school in the village. Please can a safe and accessible route be created for vulnerable pedestrians.Track:
Problem
track
175161Photo #175161Unsafe alleyway between Windingbrook Lane and Collingtree village. Limited visibility, and lack of security, lighting, and CCTV all along this alleyway means there is no safe way of to walk from East Hunsbury to Collingtree, despite massive housing estate being built next door. Please can a safe and accessible route be created for vulnerable pedestrians.Track:
Problem
track
175160Photo #175160Limited pavement on Rowtree Road, Northampton, NN4 - several areas only have pavement on one side of the road, leading to pedestrians having to have to walk into the road to keep socially distanced for others.Track:
Problem
track
175159Photo #175159Limited pavement on Granary Road, Northampton, NN4 - several areas only have pavement on one side of the road, leading to pedestrians having to have to walk into the road to keep socially distanced for others.Track:
Problem
track
175158Photo #175158Limited pavement on Butts Road, Northampton, NN4 - several areas only have pavement on one side of the road, leading to pedestrians having to have to walk into the road to keep socially distanced for others.Track:
Problem
track
175157Photo #175157The COP26 diversion route goes from Castlebank Street to Beith Street along the narrow remote footway, which has been signed as shared use.General sign/notice:
Event
signs
175156Photo #175156The soft segregation for the COP26 diversion route does not extend as far as the Castlebank Street junction, even though Beith Street is a very wide road for a one lane each way road. Cyclists are diverted back onto the narrow footway to get to Castlebank Street.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
175155Photo #175155The ramps at the soft segregation provided for the COP26 diversion are tiny, and completely unusable should anyone turn up on anything other than a standard solo bicycle.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
175154Photo #175154The soft segregation for the COP26 diversion on Beith Street does not even extend to the Benalder Street junction. It, like the similar work on Argyle Street, is done to a poor standard and provides a narrow space for cycling alongside the footway. The section of footway in the foreground has not been augmented.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
175153Photo #175153A diversion sign for the NCN7 COP26 diversion route obscured by a parked van. Not the van driver's fault, of course, since it should have been placed somewhere where it could be better seen.Route sign:
Event
routesigns
175152Photo #175152The SEC covered walkway itself appeared to be open for business, although whether it was possible to get out the other end I don't know, having diverted around the gyratory system due to the sight at #175151.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
175151Photo #175151The route to the SEC covered walkway appeared to be blocked.Temporary closure:
Event
closure
175150Photo #175150Is this sign meant to be in use?General sign/notice:
Event
signs
175149Photo #175149The Ferry Road dropped kerb (see #175002) did not stay clear for long. Again, materials dumped partly obstructing users of this dropped kerb.Obstruction:
Event
obstructions
175148Photo #175148The Clydeside Distillery has some cycle parking stands under a shelter.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
175147Photo #175147The former NCN7 route at Pointhouse Road and the footbridge with steps over the Clydeside Expressway still form useful parts of the cycle network to differing degrees.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
175146Photo #175146Temporary signs obstructing the northern end of the Benalder Street cycleway.

Still no progress to report on the installation of traffic signals implied by the stopline and pedestrian crossing studs, or how the cycleway ties into the road network at this point.
Obstruction:
Event
obstructions
175145Photo #175145The end of the Old Dumbarton Road cycleway in Ferry Road is now usable.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
175144Photo #175144The Benalder Street cycleway has now been connected to the Old Dumbarton Road cycleway, with the installation of the raised crossing. The old lamppost seen in #174295 has been removed.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
175143Photo #175143The Old Dumbarton Road cycleway has now been cleared of obstructions at the Ferry Road junction. The raised crossing has been installed and awaits lining. Some bollards might be in order too.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
175142Photo #175142The present limit of the completed cycleway on Old Dumbarton Road at the rear of the Kelvin Hall. Work is ongoing to install the raised crossing at the Bunhouse Road junction.Roadworks:
Event
roadworks
175141Photo #175141Old Dumbarton Road closed for installing the raised crossing at the Bunhouse Road junction.Temporary closure:
Event
closure
175140Photo #175140With NCN7 due to shut on Saturday, the cycle route on the diversion route on Old Dumbarton Road is still under construction at its eastern end. There does not appear to be any attempt to tie in the cycleway to the road network at this busy junction at this end.Temporary closure:
Event
closure
175139Photo #175139Unusably bad soft segregation has been put in on Argyle Street for the COP26 diversion route, and is dangerous for various reasons, including lorry parking right up to the pedestrian crossing point blocking sight lines. See also #175137.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
175138Photo #175138Very poor soft segregation on Argyle Street for the COP26 diversion route.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
175137Photo #175137Soft segregation has been put in on Argyle Street for the COP26 diversion route, but is of such poor quality that it is worse than useless. See also #175139.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
175136Photo #175136"Park only in marked bays" on Kelvin Way.Car storage:
Problem
carstorage
175135Photo #175135[Image taken 20.10.21] Parliament Street, York. Is the large e-cargo cycle -what I would call a ‘York’cycle - with the box for transporting people, pets or goods, a Babboe? A bakfiets (www.bakfiets.com/)? Something else? It's been tidily parked (though not secured) next to the toastrack Sheffields here. There was just about enough room for pedestrians/a wheelchair user to pass behind it between it and the building. Compare the placing and the spacing of this cycle parking with this: #175118. Other images today: #175105 and links.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
175134Photo #175134[Image taken 20.10.21] Navigation Road, York. Other images today: #175105 and links. Another abandoned sign. The works here (see: #174712) finished two weeks ago. The temporary signs block/obstruct pavements and cycle routes - even when upright. Other instances this issue search on 'abandonedsign' or 'fallensign'. Other images today: #175105 and links.General sign/notice:
Problem
signs
175133Photo #175133[Image taken 20.10.21] Leeman Road, Memorial Gardens, York. The cyclist crossing these two lanes is unavoidably side on to the traffic coming from the left. There is no protection from any vehicles. On around 50 per cent of my journeys - made in daylight and in good weather - drivers did not see the temporary stop lights and did not stop. Context and links to other images today: #175129. Other images today: #175105 and links.Road environment:
Event
road
175132Photo #175132[Image taken 20.10.21] Leeman Road, Memorial Gardens, York. Pushing off when the light opposite has turned green and the signal is audible. There is no protection from pedestrians crossing ahead of the cyclist. There is no protection from traffic from the left if the driver or rider has not seen the temporary stop lights. Context and links to other images today: #175129. Other images today: #175105 and links.Other:
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general
175131Photo #175131[Image taken 20.10.21] Leeman Road, Memorial Gardens, York. Activating the temporary cycle crossing. There are no road markings to tell drivers where to stop/to increase observance of the all traffic stopping lights and no markings to keep the area clear. Context and links to other images today: #175129. Other images today: #175105 and links.Road environment:
Event
road
175130Photo #175130[Image taken 20.10.21] Leeman Road, Memorial Gardens, York. Pedestrians must cross the cyclist exit and this is a very busy route to-from the rail station (see: #169506). It also floods: #169496, #169497. Context and links to other images today: #175129. Other images today: #175105 and links.Other:
Infrastructure
general
175129Photo #175129[Image taken 20.10.21] Leeman Road, Memorial Gardens, York. This is signage ahead of a temporary lit crossing over two lanes as part of the diversion for the Scarborough Bridge to Ouse Bridge Flood Scheme which was in place mid-May 21 to late-October 2021 (see: #170088). Though, there's an ongoing need for people using the cycle contraflow to be able to do it any time. Other images here today: #175130, #175131, #175132, #175133. Other images today: #175105 and links.Route sign:
Event
routesigns
175128Photo #175128[Image taken 20.10.21] Waitrose, Foss Islands Way, York. This is the main entrance to the site. I took this image as it shows the site is compact, has clear and cohesive branding. But the customers have been forgotten. At some point every person who comes here to shop or to support someone who will do so, has to move around the site somehow. The 'people' have been ignored overlooked in favour of the corporate aspects. And it is for them that the site exists. Other images today: #175105 and links.Road environment:
Problem
road
175127Photo #175127[Image taken 20.10.21] Waitrose, Foss Islands Way, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] Waitrose considers this to be cycle parking that should relieve the pressure on the other racks at this site: #175107. Context and comment: #175118. Other images today: #175105 and links.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
175126Photo #175126[Image taken 20.10.21] Waitrose, Foss Islands Way, York. This is the main entrance. But the clutter on the pavement and... more worryingly the insubstantial metal support of the barrier. A blind or partially sighted person might not see it. Their stick would not detect it. Plus there is just a 90cm gap to squeeze through - with shopping bags, a carer, a dependant, a companion... And where do pedestrians and wheelchair users go from here to get to the shop entrance? Other images today: #175105 and links.Other:
Problem
general

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