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153781Photo #153781Essentially the moment you cycle down past Peace & Loaf you enter a narrow roadway before it improves again.

Obvious answer is to dispense with parking spaces outside Grate and instead make this a cycle path.
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cycleways
153780Photo #153780Dedicated cycle Lane needed on a41, it is currently too dangerous to cycle onCycleway:
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cycleways
153779Photo #153779Path/cycle track is overgrown and urgently needs cut back. Where path joins old road needs proper transition laid out.Cycleway:
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cycleways
153778Photo #153778Right turns into Devonshire Road permitted, as a result of the bridge change - the old sign was removed.General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
153776Photo #153776Can the council install a table tennis table near the cafe as they are increasingly popular and promote health.Track:
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153775Photo #153775Bridge should be one way for car traffic thus allowing space for walkers and cyclists.Cycleway:
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153774Photo #153774Narrow access and gate post loose on National Cycle Route 5Cycleway:
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153773Photo #153773Parts of this track are very rutted and in wet weather almost unnavigable, as part of a long distance Sustrans route it should be in better condition as it is a good traffic-free route from Frodsham to Helsby, Ellesmere Port and Elton.Cycleway:
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153772Photo #153772The track is deeply rutted and potholes needs to be graded to allow better access for cars to Hoverforce and also bikes to the MarshesCycleway:
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153771Photo #153771The footpath has been encroached on by the grass and tree roots have lifted the pavement. This verge is wide enough to accommodate a shared bike/path if the footpath was cleared and pavement resurfacedTrack:
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153770Photo #153770I am a resident of Cross Court, Denmark Hill Estate, and there is no public cycle stands or anywhere to keep our bikes inside the flat. The Cyclehoop locker is full.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
153769Photo #153769Pavements too narrow -
Cars in centre of the road -
Dangerous to cycle
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closure
153768Photo #153768As per #153767Cycleway:
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cycleways
153767Photo #153767Extend joint cycle / footpath from East Goscote to Rearsby by making the footpath joint use. If the path could be widened it would also have traffic calming measuresCycleway:
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153766Photo #153766Crossing three lanes on bike or walking when there is no "green man crossing" light is dangerous as light can change when you are halfway across and drivers here race off to be first. Crazy thing is there is plenty of time in light sequence to do this - why not done. Very bad for disabled people.Cycleway:
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153765Photo #153765Stop cars travelling down high streetTemporary closure:
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closure
153764Photo #153764This permissive path needs a better surface and signs to encourage more cyclists to use it. It is a great safe cycle route into Ashby.Cycleway:
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153763Photo #153763No cycle racks on High St. Currently no room for them either although it's a perfect road to close to traffic or to reduce parking to one side only (if parking provision made elsewhere) then make it cycle friendly.Cycleway:
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153762Photo #153762Inadequate cycle rack provision all along Holton Rd. Suggest 3 sets at intervals from post office to Thompson st. Proper cycle racks where can lock frame, back and front wheel.Cycleway:
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153761Photo #153761Cycle route much neededCycleway:
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153760Photo #153760How about a cycle path to join the river to the canalCycleway:
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153759Photo #153759Traffic-free access to school cycle parking, Den HaagCycle parking:
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cycleparking
153758Photo #153758Link from Toscaninistraat, Den HaagCycleway:
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cycleways
153757Photo #153757Strauss the Younger Path, Den HaagCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
153756Photo #153756I'm singing on my bike, just singing on my bike! That's what the sign is telling cyclists to do.General sign/notice:
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153755Photo #153755Strauss the Elder Path, Den HaagCycleway:
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153754Photo #153754Beethovenpad, Den HaagCycleway:
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153753Photo #153753Cycleway and sign towards nodal point 20, Den HaagRoute sign:
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153752Photo #153752Junction and crossing of cycleways and tramlines, Den HaagCycleway:
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cycleways
153751Photo #153751Start of cycle (and moped) way, Den HaagCycleway:
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153750Photo #153750Junction of cycle routes south of Den HaagCycleway:
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153749Photo #153749Newly added two-way cyclewayCycleway:
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cycleways
153748Photo #153748Let Op! Take Care! warning for drivers turning right across the cyclewayGeneral sign/notice:
Good practice
signs
153747Photo #153747EuroVelo route 2 at MonsterCycleway:
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cycleways
153746Photo #153746Route signs and wooden bike stands by the beach - this is marked as EuroVelo route 2, although the direct route just inland is far faster and easier.Route sign:
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routesigns
153745Photo #153745Route signs on EuroVelo route 2 along the Dutch coast.Route sign:
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routesigns
153744Photo #153744Eurovelo route 2 south along the Dutch coast.Cycleway:
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153743Photo #153743A more direct link on EuroVelo route 2Cycleway:
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153742Photo #153742Bridge over a more direct version of EuroVelo route 2Cycleway:
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153741Photo #153741Link to Eurovelo 2 along the Dutch coastCycleway:
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153740Photo #153740Dutch roundaboutCycleway:
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153739Photo #153739Route north through the glasshouses from Hoek van Holland towards Den Haag.Cycleway:
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153738Photo #153738Route north from Hoek van Holland towards Dan Haag.Cycleway:
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153737Photo #153737Route north from Hoek van Holland towards Den HaagCycleway:
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153736Photo #153736Route south from Den Haag towards Hoek van Holland.Cycleway:
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153735Photo #153735Route north from Hoek van Holland towards Den Haag.Cycleway:
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153734Photo #153734Junction of two routes north from Hoek van HollandCycleway:
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153733Photo #153733Cycle parking at Hoek van Holland Strand (beach)Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
153732Photo #153732Some kind of bike recycling centre.Other:
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153731Photo #153731Having cycle stands at this location would incentivate cycling for local residents, and help the council keep this pavement clear of rubbish.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
153730Photo #153730Not what we think of as a 'Dutch roundabout' - this has a two-way cycleway but only around half of the roundabout.Cycleway:
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cycleways
153729Photo #153729I'm not sure that is still the most obvious route to Rotterdam - there's a direct route east from the Stena terminal to nodal point 22.Route sign:
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153728Photo #153728Cycle route west from the Hoek van Holland ferry terminal and up the coast towards Den Haag.Cycleway:
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cycleways
153727Photo #153727The main cycle route east from Hoek van Holland towards RotterdamCycleway:
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cycleways
153726Photo #153726Route past the future Hoek van Holland Haven metro stop (right) towards the current stop (the former railway station, just out of sight to the left) and the Stena ferry terminal.Cycleway:
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cycleways
153725Photo #153725There are hundreds of residents in this square and loads of space to add secure cycle parking.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
153724Photo #153724Catford Gorilla #lovelondon t.co/UARbeYGK8yDestination:
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153723Photo #153723Entry to cycle lane from pavement is dangerous... coincides with cars exiting roundabout... cycle lane is not wide enough and too close to roundabout.Temporary closure:
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153722Photo #153722Existing cycleway in dreadful condition... needs repair.Cycleway:
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153721Photo #153721A mini roundabout and pedestrian refuge is needed at the top of Dunston Bank, to assist pedestrians and cyclists going along Whickham Highway B6317. The pedestrian refuge at the top of Dunston Bank would work with the mini roundabout to allow pedestrians to cross Dunston Bank more safely, and in two stages rather than one. The refuge would reduce the number of dangers that pedestrians currently have to simultaneously cope with. Currently vehicle drivers are so concentrated in turning right at the top of the very steep Dunston Bank that they exercise poor clutch control and handbrake use and often roll backwards. They also pull out hurriedly due to the infrequency of occasions when there apparently isn’t traffic coming from both directions on Whickham Highway, and treat westbound cyclist as invisible. A mini roundabout would change priorities and reduce the risk of a collision with a cyclist. It would also slow down westbound traffic on Whickham Highway, so that cyclists will not be so intimidated to the west of the junction. The B6317 curves slightly to the left towards Whickham, with vegetation also blocking the view for drivers, so anything the slows traffic down will be very helpful, as it will reduce the chances of a cyclist being hit along that stretch, too.Track:
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153720Photo #153720The pavement here is narrow already due to trees (which could easily be cut back) but in the morning, cars parking half on the pavement make it very difficult to get past and social distancing is impossible. It would be very easy to cut the trees back to make more pavement space.Track:
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153719Photo #153719Cycle space on a Stena ferry from Harwich to Hoek van HollandOther:
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general
153718Photo #153718Convertible space on a Class 360 train, used for outer-suburban services on the Great Eastern line from London Liverpool Street.Other:
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153717Photo #153717Convertible space in a Class 321 train used on the Harwich branch - disappointing after several weeks travelling on German trains (although the seats do fold up).Other:
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153715Photo #153715No action taken on the shockingly steep ramp at the bus boarder on the Balmore Road cycle track, and drainage still a problem too.Obstruction:
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153714Photo #153714No action taken on the shockingly steep ramp at the bus boarder on the Balmore Road cycle track.Obstruction:
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obstructions
153713Photo #153713Too many cyclists very slowly climb the hill from Magpie bridge to Grenofen causing traffic congestion behind them. There is a perfectly good downhill all the way cycle track from Yelverton to Tavistock that should be made compulsory[not possible] for all cyclists.Cycleway:
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153712Photo #153712A community project in Ross Street, Cambridge.

www.scottee.co.uk/post/wltmcamb

“ From Saturday 24th October 2020 the lovely people of Cambridge are invited to have a nose around Ross Street for Would Like to Meet!

Earlier this year we asked the good people of the city one question - after everything that had happened this year would you like to really get to know the people living next door? Hundreds of people came forward to nominate their street but we could only work with one!”
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153711Photo #153711Cyclists share narrow paths down both sides of this road due to heavy traffic. Not pedestrian friendlyTrack:
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153710Photo #153710The road is narrow so that when cars pass cyclists they pass very close. There's a wide(ish) pavement on one side that isn't heavily used by pedestrians so could double-up as a cycle wayCycleway:
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153709Photo #153709Please create a cycleway separated from the main road, so kids can ride to schoolCycleway:
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153708Photo #153708Wider footpaths and pavements. Also install barriers to stop cars parking on the pavement. This section gets very busy during school runs.Track:
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153707Photo #153707Please create more cycleway separated from road trafficCycleway:
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153706Photo #153706Wider footpaths and railings to stop cars parking on the pavementTrack:
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153705Photo #153705The cobbled cycle way is so uneven and dangerous, needs resurfacing - heading north is particularly badCycleway:
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153704Photo #153704Chisholm Trail river bridge detailOther:
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153703Photo #153703Chisholm Trail river bridge - installation detail with one mechanical fixture and two sliders?Other:
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153702Photo #153702Stop people parking in the cycle lane. It is double yellow lines and yet people park there and nothing is done. It is so dangerous for cyclistsCycleway:
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153701Photo #153701The cycle path under the roundabout is poorly lit and needs resurfacing - it is dangerousCycleway:
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153700Photo #153700The cycle path along here is awful - cyclists are supposed to mount the pavement and share a narrow space with hundreds of school children. Just round the corner you get to Waltham Forest where the cycle paths are amazing - Redbridge needs to follow Waltham Forest’s exampleCycleway:
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153699Photo #153699The Woodford high road cycle path needs updating and improving urgently! It is outdated and dangerousCycleway:
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153698Photo #153698There is no footpath, residents with children, walkers and cyclists from Earl Shilton going to woodland trust wood on other side of Clickers Way or to Watery Gate are forced to walk on road or rough grass verge. Very dangerous cars at 50 mph before reaching 30mph zone on Thurlaston Lane.Track:
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153697Photo #153697The cycle path down Woodford high road is amongst the worst in London. A green line on the side of the road basically in the gutter is not safe at all.Cycleway:
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153696Photo #153696Cycling is forbidden through the underpass under the A406. Alternative is cycling on narrow approach roads to Charlie Brown roundabout. There are crossings there but approach roads are unsafe for cyclists. Could change underpass to cycle way with pedestrian priority and caution signs or speed limitCycleway:
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153695Photo #153695Cars parked on road mean no room for cars to pass cycles while they are going up hill heading north.Cycleway:
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153694Photo #153694The west end of the Beggarswood Bridle Way is very circuitous, narrow and steep. A better cycle entrance to it from Consett Road could be achieved down the left side of former Ravensdene Hotel. There is a small valley down which the cycle path could go, to join up with the existing route, just south of the bend in Alwinton Gardens. The new routing would enable a more continuous pedestrian and cyclist linkage between Watergate Park and Beggarswood.Cycleway:
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153693Photo #153693We request a bike Hangar for 6 bikes be inserted here given the high volume of residents who cycle, and the lack of secure off-street parking that is available to them.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
153692Photo #153692An intercity rail station, perhaps called Gateshead Angel, should be built on the underused Tyne Yard. It could be one of the best cycle connected long-distance rail stations in the country, if some cycle lane improvements in this largely flat area can be put in place (also the Bowes Railway cycle route passes Kibblesworth just to the south of the rail freight yard). Cycle hire could available for incoming visitors, who might be visiting e.g. the Team Valley Trading Estate. Also, there should be more secure cycle storage, for people who are taking the train to go away for a few days (one of the best examples of secure cycle storage is at Leicester railway station – it’s actually indoors). Ultimately, HS2 trains could also stop here. There might also be local trains for ‘cycle park and ride’ users. Obviously there would also be a bus station and car parking facilities, given the proximity to local bus routes and to the A1. If people aren’t driving on roads towards Newcastle either to work or to catch the train at Central Station towards London etc., then there is more capacity on the roads for cyclist commuters.Cycleway:
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153691Photo #153691Upgrade the footpath into a bridleway or cycle track to make a safe cycle route between the schools, avoiding busy road junction.Cycleway:
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153690Photo #153690Route 1 cycleway joins road on Platts Lane, Cossington but 2 way traffic is allowed to go up to 50 mph with very narrow footpath so reduce speed limit and or widen path but make the road one way only.Track:
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153689Photo #153689Improve riverside path to enable cyclists useTrack:
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153688Photo #153688Good alternative cycle route along here to Bickington - but should be temporary until route along A383 can be providedCycleway:
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153687Photo #153687Cycle path both sides of B3193 here to dodgy crossing. Improvement neededCycleway:
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153686Photo #153686Improve & provide pavement here beside B3193 to enable safer use by cyclistsTrack:
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153685Photo #153685Improve & widen pavement beside A38 to enable safer use by cyclistsCycleway:
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153684Photo #153684Improve & widen pavement beside A38 to enable safer use by cyclistsTrack:
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153683Photo #153683Improve & widen pavement to enable safer use by cyclistsTrack:
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153682Photo #153682Improve pavement beside old A38 to enable safer use by cyclists & pedestriansTrack:
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153681Photo #153681Improve pavement beside old A38 to enable safer use by cyclists going uphillTrack:
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153680Photo #153680Improve pavement beside old A38 to enable safer use by cyclistsTrack:
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