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190108

Hobbs Lane is part of the Avon Cycleway and a v important pedestrian and cycle connection from Barrow Gurney to the A38 and its critical the council maintain their regular maintenance programme to maintain the roadway & keep hedges cut back to widen the path as you simply cannot pass if people are going in opposite direction.

Cycleway:
Problem
190107

Hobbs Lane is part of the Avon Cycleway and a v important pedestrian and cycle connection from Barrow Gurney to the A38 and its critical the council maintain their regular maintenance programme to maintain the roadway & keep hedges cut back to widen the path as you simply cannot pass if people are going in opposite direction.

Cycleway:
Problem
190106

Hospital Road sign needed on both sides of the entrance to Hospital Road. Many deliveries and courier find it difficult to find our street.

Track:
Problem
190105

Hedges need trimmed and Lane improved for walking and car passing places.

Cycleway:
Problem
190104

There needs to be a pavement here to allow pedestrian access to the public transport links at Flax bourton and Cambridge batch

Track:
Problem
190103

Hedges eed cutting regularly so cyclists & pedestrians can get through and pass each other. At times growth touches you on both sides..including stinging nettles

Cycleway:
Problem
190102

Overgrown with brambles & nettles from both sides. Not cut back this year as it was in previous years.

Cycleway:
Problem
190101

Needs to be better maintained and widened for pedestrians.

Track:
Problem
190100

My children catch the u2 bus back from school and use. Hobbs lane to get back in the village. Hedges need to be cut back to widen the path as you cannot pass if people are going in opposite direction

Track:
Problem
190099

Hedges overgrown restricting access for villagers walking to access buses on the A38.Also is on a national cycle route.

Cycleway:
Problem
190098

Cyclists (and cars) need a light controlled junction here. Exit visibility is poor and speeds/volume high!

Temporary closure:
Problem
190097

A foot path/ pavement along the road leading out of village towards A370 linking up footpaths into the village from St Katherines Farm. Also maintaing Hobbs Lane

Track:
Problem
190096

Treated as a shortcut to get Station road. Car wizz off Rodney road and visibility for pedestrian is bad when cross with children on the way to school. Pedestrian crossing or a one way road might help.

Temporary closure:
Problem
190095

Even though this is a 20 mph zone, cars still speed along it and even mount the pavement. It's dangerous when walking my children to school.

Temporary closure:
Problem
190094

Running and cycling along this lane can be difficult if it isn't maintained.

Cycleway:
Problem
190093 Photo #190093

Cycleway towards Angoulême station - I'd be very careful crossing the side road.

Cycleway:
Problem
190092 Photo #190092

Cycleway towards Angoulême station

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190091 Photo #190091

The cycleway is to the left on the footway - but the road to the right is a quiet alternative too.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190090 Photo #190090

Cycle parking near the market, Angoulême

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190089 Photo #190089

Parking for motorised two-wheelers - but there's clearly more demand from cyclists

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190088 Photo #190088

Parking for motorised two-wheelers only

Car storage:
Infrastructure
190087 Photo #190087

The rampart of Angoulême - ideal for a cycleway?

Track:
Infrastructure
190086 Photo #190086

Cycle parking, Angoulême - and sign for motorised two-wheelers to the left

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190085 Photo #190085

Modal filter, Angoulême

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190084 Photo #190084

Cycle contraflow starts at the town hall in 30 metres (so what is this here?)

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
190083 Photo #190083

No Entry Except Cycles, rising bollards, and cycle contraflow in Angoulême

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
190082 Photo #190082

Traffic-free route into the centre of Angoulême

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190081 Photo #190081

Modal filter on route up (steep up) to the upper town, Angoulême

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190080 Photo #190080

Cycle route marker on the riverside route (EuroVelo 3), Angoulême

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190079 Photo #190079

Cycle route marker on the riverside route (EuroVelo 3), Angoulême

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190078 Photo #190078

Cycle route marker on the riverside route (EuroVelo 3), Angoulême

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190077 Photo #190077

Cycle stands and route marker for the riverside route (EuroVelo 3), Angoulême

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190076 Photo #190076

Cycle stands and ramp to the foot/cycle bridge across the Charente

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190075 Photo #190075

Foot/cycle bridge across the Charente

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190074 Photo #190074

Barrier and cycle route marker at the foot/cycle bridge across the Charente

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190073 Photo #190073

No Motor Vehicles on this foot/cycle bridge across the Charente

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
190072 Photo #190072

Cycle lanes merging

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190071 Photo #190071

Protection for cyclists through the junction

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190070 Photo #190070

Riverside cycleway to the left here

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190069 Photo #190069

Link from Angoulême station towards the river

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190068 Photo #190068

Cycle route marker between Angoulême station and the river - even though there are steps behind the camera, whereas the route from the right is level.

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190067 Photo #190067

Cycle contraflow at the rear of Angoulême station

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
190066 Photo #190066

Cycle parking at the rear of the Médiatheque (library), Angoulême

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190065 Photo #190065

Rising bollards and access to the new bridge to Angoulême station

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190064 Photo #190064

Covered Sheffield stands and two-tier parking at the rear of Angoulême station

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190063 Photo #190063

Covered cycle parking at the rear of Angoulême station, and the new bridge (not yet on satellite imagery) - cycle access via the lift.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190062 Photo #190062

Cycle parking at the new Médiatheque (library), Angoulême

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190061 Photo #190061

New bridge (not yet on satellite imagery) at Angoulême station - cycle access via the lifts.

Other:
Infrastructure
190060 Photo #190060

Access to both sides of the footbridge is denied to double buggies and similar wide pushed aids. Also the steps are a pain for both pusher and seated passenger. See also #188974 and #188974 twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/1618633660479201280

Other:
Problem
190059 Photo #190059

New bridge (not yet on satellite imagery) at Angoulême station - cycle access via the lift.

Other:
Infrastructure
190058 Photo #190058

Diversion - cycles dismount

Route sign:
Event
190057 Photo #190057

Covered parking for two-wheelers at Angoulême station

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190056 Photo #190056

[Image taken 25.1.23] LNER 20.11 Doncaster to York service. Following pressure from passengers who could no longer travel or who struggled to travel due to the Azumas having hooks for cycles and their use being mandatory, LNER retrofitted runners. These didn't help this passenger - there was simply no space in the designated area.
I don't believe I would be able to use these not least due to the restricted space and the need to - as here - manoeuvre your cycle from the 'wrong', the chain, side. I couldn't use the runners in the guard’s vans pre-Azuma - when space and side of approach were not an issue. LNER did not respond to requests for me and others who cannot lift their cycles to try them – pre-installation, when they could have been adapted (or simply not installed and money saved), or now that they are on every Azuma (according to LNER). In short, many of us remain unable to travel on any LNER service with our cycles.
Hitachi built these services. And the others in use on long distance routes around the country… TransPannine, GWR… In October 2021, Jim Brewin whose Linked in page says he is Chief Director UK & Ireland at Hitachi Rail and “...who has a passion for engaging stakeholders for effective solution based sales and project delivery” at Hitachi agreed to a meeting in York. It was with three women from this city. None of us can lift our cycles (or those of younger family members) onto hooks. Further our cycles are set up for utility use so won’t fit in the limited space. A tandem user from London who used to travel with her son also wanted to contribute. Covid intervened so the first possible date was 18 January 2023. The date was put in all our diaries in October 2022. The person from London put together a 4-page document with images detailing the effect of the hooks and limited space on her and her family. On Tuesday, 10 January 2023 at 11:27 - seven days before the meeting, it was cancelled. The email said: “It is with regret that Jim will not be able to meet with you on Wednesday 18th, this is due to dynamic diary movements.”
Despite several emails since I have not managed to find out what that phrase means. (It’s not in my vocabulary.) I have also asked for new dates – bearing in mind all attendees have to fit a meeting into our diaries too. As of 16.1.23 I have not received the courtesy of a reply.
The email further said: “I can understand your frustration with this situation and to endeavour you receive a response as quickly as possible I would suggest contacting the train operator, the reason being is because here at Hitachi Rail we build our trains based on the specific designs created by the operators therefore, they would be your first point of contact.” However, Hitachi designs the trains. Therefore they can flag up problems – or should be able to. Some of the points I wanted to raise at the meeting included:
- my concern no-one at Hitachi raised the queries: 
– Can everyone who needs to use the hooks?
– Can everyone who will want to travel with a cycle be able to do so?
- If no-one asked, why did no-one at Hitachi raise these points? Is there no-one trained in accessibility? Equality?
Or,
- did someone raise the issues but was ignored? Or overridden?
In December 2022, Hitachi won the contract for HS2 https://social-innovation.hitachi/en/article/hs2/
It needs to change the cycle carriage design to accommodate everyone who wants to travel with a cycle. Otherwise another generation will not be able to travel with their cycles.
I have asked the Hitachi contact to forward my requests for new dates to Andrew Barr. His Linked in page says he is Group Chief Executive Officer at Hitachi Rail. He was the person I started with in late September 2021.

Other:
Problem
190055 Photo #190055

Cycle parking (still fenced off) at the future Ironworks community centre

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190054 Photo #190054

There's cycle parking ahead - surely there should be a dropped kerb and clear space?

Obstruction:
Problem
190053 Photo #190053

Two sets of cycle stands on the Ironworks development

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190052 Photo #190052

Is this a future link from the Ironworks development to the Chisholm Trail?

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190051 Photo #190051

Covered cycle parking on the Ironworks development

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190050

Langford Lane is obvious lane to use to cycle to bus stop at Yew Tree Close or onto Budgens at Churchill & Doctors. Making this lane suitable for cycling & walking would encourage more to cycle/walk rather than drive from Burrington, Upper Langford and Rickford. Ashey Lane is another route by bike to get to Wrington & it's services. Both lanes could be improved for cyle/walking provision - perhaps make them both one way (one for access to A38 & the other from the A38) using part of the lane for vehicles & the other part for bikes/walkers/horses

Cycleway:
Problem
190049

Currently no bus service for Burrington & Rickford. Closest bus stop is Yew Tree Close on A38 - we need walking/cycling route to bus stop plus secure cycle parking at the stop - lots of space as large verge

Track:
Problem
190048 Photo #190048

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, York. Context and links: #190047.

Road environment:
Problem
190047 Photo #190047

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, York. This company – Garlands – has been blocking this cycle facility before. It also means any road user at this end of the measures installed in November 2022 (see: #187753) have no sight lines. Other image here today: #190048. Other image today and links: #190043.

Road environment:
Problem
190046 Photo #190046

[Image taken 25.1.23] Foss Islands Path junction with Wigginton Road link/Crichton Avenue/Denning’s Yard, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location] One of the artworks (www.kjartan.co.uk/blue%20pipes/index.htm) on the Foss Islands Path. Taken as part of my ‘cleared’ series: #189553 and links, #189796 and links. There are often unsettling characters sitting here. For this reason, it and the bridge hole behind, can be unsafe feeling at dusk and after dark. Other image today and links: #190043.

Track:
Problem
190045 Photo #190045

[Image taken 25.1.23] Foss Islands Path junction with Wigginton Road link, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location] You would come off if you cycled into this thick mud. On foot you’d get very muddy. A child might lose a boot or shoe. A pedestrian with a buggy or walking aid would get stuck and/or fall. Location and links: #190044.

General sign/notice:
Problem
190044 Photo #190044

[Image taken 25.1.23] Wigginton Road link, junction with Foss Islands Path, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location] Note the thick mud: #190045. Context and links: #190043.

General sign/notice:
Problem
190043 Photo #190043

[Image taken 25.1.23] Foss Islands Path junction with Wigginton Road link, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location] Poor surface sign. Where does it refer to? Why is it here? I’ll report it to Sustrans (sustrans.org.uk) as they own this land. Location: #190044. Other image here today: #190045. Other image nearby today: #190046. Other images today: #190047, #190048, #mfl
NOTE: More images from today to follow when I have time to put them up/locate them/report them.

General sign/notice:
Problem
190042

Cars always parked on pavement at this junction. Difficult for emergency vehicles. Make junction double yellow.

Track:
Problem
190041

Slow down traffic past school - 20 mph - www.20splenty.org

Temporary closure:
Problem
190039 Photo #190039

EuroVelo route 3 towards Bordeaux station - on the road, I think

Road environment:
Infrastructure
190038 Photo #190038

Two-way cycleway (Eurovelo 3) towards Bordeaux station

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190037 Photo #190037

EuroVelo route 3 and sign for diversion to the bridge across the Garonne

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190036 Photo #190036

Former route to the bridge over the Garonne, now diverted

Temporary closure:
Infrastructure
190035 Photo #190035

EuroVelo route 3, Bordeaux

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190034 Photo #190034

Cycle crossing on EuroVelo 3, Bordeaux

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190033 Photo #190033

Route signs (to Spain) on EuroVelo route 3, Bordeaux

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190032 Photo #190032

EuroVelo route 3, Bordeaux

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190031 Photo #190031

Cycle parking and route signs (to Spain) on Eurovelo 3, Bordeaux

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190030 Photo #190030

Route signs (to Norway) on EuroVelo 3, Bordeaux

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190029 Photo #190029

Bike repair stand and riverside cycleway (Eurovelo 3), Bordeaux

Bike shop:
Infrastructure
190028 Photo #190028

Shared space, public toilets and riverside cycleway (Eurovelo 3) to the right

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190027 Photo #190027

Police on bikes, Bordeaux

Bicycle:
Infrastructure
190025 Photo #190025

Cycleway crossing tramlines, Bordeaux

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190024 Photo #190024

Cycle parking and rising bollards, Bordeaux

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190023 Photo #190023

Delivery bike for an opticians (surprisingly)

Bicycle:
Infrastructure
190022 Photo #190022

No Entry Except Cycles. And even then it's going to be a bit of a squeeze.

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
190021 Photo #190021

Rental bikes by one of the old gates of Bordeaux

Bike shop:
Infrastructure
190020 Photo #190020

Rental bikes by one of the old gates of Bordeaux

Bike shop:
Infrastructure
190019 Photo #190019

Rising bollards at one of the old gates of Bordeaux

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190018 Photo #190018

Crossing on major north-south traffic-free axis, Bordeaux

Road environment:
Infrastructure
190017 Photo #190017

Rising bollards and shopping street, central Bordeaux

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190016 Photo #190016

Cycle contraflow from the synagogue, Bordeaux

Road environment:
Infrastructure
190015 Photo #190015

Cycle parking by the Musée d'Aquitaine, Bordeaux

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190014 Photo #190014

Rising bollard, No Entry Except Cycles in central Bordeaux

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190013 Photo #190013

Cargo bike on cycleway by a tram stop, Bordeaux

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190012 Photo #190012

Plenty of cycle parking at the law faculty, University of Bordeaux

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190011 Photo #190011

Route sign, and more cycle parking needed

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190010 Photo #190010

Cycle parking (but more needed) in central Bordeaux

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190009 Photo #190009

No Entry Except Cycles towards the Palais de Justice in Bordeaux (by Richard Rogers, representing wine barrels)

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
190008 Photo #190008

Contraflow cycle lane with wands past the fine arts museum, Bordeaux

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190007 Photo #190007

Cycle parking (but no contraflow, surprisingly)

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure

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