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185574Photo #185574Millennium Milepost Blean

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T1/2 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Blean Church 0.25, Canterbury 3
2) Clowes Wood 1, Whitstable 4.5
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185573Photo #185573Millennium Milepost Chapel Lane

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T1/3 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Blean Church 0.75, Canterbury 3.5
2) Clowes Wood 0.5, Whitstable 4
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185572Photo #185572Millennium Milepost Clowes Wood

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T5/8 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Canterbury 4.5
2) Whitstable 3
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185571Photo #185571Millennium Milepost South Street

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T1/4 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Whitstable 1.75, London 85
2) Canterbury 5.75, Dover 37
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185570Photo #185570Millennium Milepost Oare

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T2/4 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Faversham 2, Whitstable 10
2) Sittingbourne 9, Rochester 23
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185569Photo #185569Millennium Milepost Conyer

This milepost is a Mills type and has no disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Sittingbourne 5, Inverness 1151
2) Faversham 6, Dover 45
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185567Photo #185567Millennium Milepost Sittingbourne

This milepost is a Mills type and has no disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Sittingbourne 0.5, Faversham 11.5
2) Church Marshes Country Park 1.5, Rochester 16
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185566Photo #185566Speed of traffic through narrower part of Borden Lane in the village needs reducing. Speeds frequently exceed 30 mph.Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
185565Photo #185565Poor visibility when accessing Borden Lane from Riddles owing to parked carsTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
185564Photo #185564Nowhere for pedestrians to shelter safely from passing traffic. This route is used by many including the elderly, parents with prams/buggies and school children daily. There is no pavement.Track:
Problem
track
185562Photo #185562This is the only safe off road route from Goodnestone to Graveney, but the stiles over the train track make it inaccessible for anyone with buggies or who has mobility issues. There are no livestock so should be removed.Track:
Problem
track
185561Photo #185561Access required across the small burn so that cycle route from Balloan Park can be extended through to the Academy across the burn. It is extremely frustrating that you cannot access the two parks over the burn and have to go out to the main road to reach either oneCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185560Photo #185560This is a really dangerous route for cyclists trying to get from the bypass to Wickes roundabout, think of all those hospital staff who might be put off cycling because of the difficulties. Path needs to be all on one side, needs widening, verges and hedges cutting back.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185558Photo #185558Street is extremely dangerous for pupils cycling to and from Millburn School. Some though needs to be given to improving cycling safety in the section from Midmills Road junction to the schoolTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
185557Photo #185557[Image taken 16.8.22] Taco Bell, Taco Bell, Monks Cross Drive, Huntington, York. Three cycles already in situ when we arrived. One is an e-cycle. As the cafe was quiet I think this may be how the staff get here. More provision needed! Location of cycle parking at Taco Bell: #174542. Positive image of this drive thru: #185430 from 10.8.22.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
185556Photo #185556Millennium Milepost Kemsley

This milepost is a Mills type and has no disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Sittingbourne 3, Faversham 14
2) Chatham 12, London 69
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185555Photo #185555Millennium Milepost Briton Court

This milepost is a Mills type and has no disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Sheerness Town Centre 0.75
2) Sittingbourne 13.5
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185554Photo #185554Millennium Milepost Medway Road

This milepost is a McColl type and has no disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Sheerness Town Centre 0.5
2) Sittingbourne 13.75
3) London 55

This milepost also has some additional text:

The fleet routeway is part of a community led partnership project that was completed in the spring of 1999
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185553Photo #185553Millennium Milepost The fleet

This milepost is a McColl type and has no disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Sheerness Town Centre 1.5
2) Sittingbourne 13
3) London 55

This milepost also has some additional text:

The fleet routeway is part of a community led partnership project that was completed in the spring of 1999
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185552Photo #185552Millennium Milepost Upchurch

This milepost is a Mills type and has no disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Riverside county park 2.5, Chatham 7
2) Sittingbourne 8, Faversham 19
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185551Photo #185551Millennium Milepost The Strand

This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T3/6 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Chatham Maritime 2, Chatham 2.75
2) Lower Rainham 3, Upchurch 5
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185550Photo #185550Millennium Milepost Brompton

This milepost is a Rowe type and has no disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Chatham 0.75, Rochester 1.5
2) Gillingham 2.25, Lower Rainham 5
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185549Photo #185549Millennium Milepost Rochester

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T3/3 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Chatham 1, Chatham Maritime 1.5
2) Strood 0.75, Upnor 2.75
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185548Photo #185548Millennium Milepost Strood Station

This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T3/2 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Upnor 2.25, Lower Higham 6
2) Rochester 0.5, Chatham 1.5
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185547Photo #185547Millennium Milepost The Kings Arms

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T3/1 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Lower Higham 4, Gravesend 9
2) Strood 2.25, Rochester 2.75
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185546Photo #185546Millennium Milepost Milton Rifle Range

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T2/2 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Gravesend 2, Inverness 1112
2) Rochester 9.5, Dover 84
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185545Photo #185545Millennium Milepost Gravesend

This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T4/12 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Inverness 1111, London 37
2) Dover 85, Amsterdam 345 (via Noordzeeroute)
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185543Photo #185543Millennium Milepost Swanscombe

This milepost is a McColl type and has a T4/11 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Bluewater 1.5, Dartford 6
2) Swanscombe 0.75, Gravesend 5

This milepost also has some additional text:

This milepost was installed to mark the opening of the Sustrans national cycle network 2000

This section was built by groundwork Kent Thawe-side and other partners on land donated by Blue Circle Industries
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185541Photo #185541Millennium Milepost Watling Street

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T4/10 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Gravesend 7.5, Dover 94
2) Dartford 2.5, Inverness 1203
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185540Photo #185540Millennium Milepost Crayford Ness

This milepost is a Dudgeon type and has a T4/8 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Dartford 4, Rochester 25
2) Erith 1.75, London 24
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185539Photo #185539Millennium Milepost Erith

This milepost is a McColl type and has a T4/7 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Erith 1, Crayford Ness 2.5
2) Thamesmead 3.5, Cross Ness 3

This milepost also has some additional text:

Supported by the Bexley Thames-side Partnership
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185538Photo #185538Millennium Milepost Belvedere

This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T4/6 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Thames Barrier 2
2) Waterloo Station 9 1/2
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185537Photo #185537Millennium Milepost Crossness Sewage

This milepost is a Mills type and has no disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Erith 3
2) Thamesmead North 1
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185536Photo #185536Millennium Milepost Tripcock Point

This milepost is a Mills type and has a T4/3 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Dover 106, Dartford 10
2) Inverness 1191, Greenwich 7
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185535Photo #185535Millennium Milepost O2 Arena

This milepost is a Dudgeon type and has a T4/2 disk.

The mileages on this milepost are:

1) Thames Barrier 2
2) Waterloo Station 9 1/2

This milepost also has some additional text:

This milepost stands on the Greenwich meridian
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185534Photo #185534Rat running traffic from A65 at peak times. Install modal filters to prevent through routesTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
185533Photo #185533Convoluted crossing infrastructure prioritises motor vehicle movement over people walking and cyclingTrack:
Problem
track
185532Photo #185532No pedestrian crossing to allow access to/from Leeds Liverpool CanalTrack:
Problem
track
185531Photo #185531Dangerous corner with very limited visibility for people on bikes turning off road towards Leeds Liverpool Canal towpath. Bi-directional cycle way needed on west side of Calverley Lane to allow safe turns.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185530Photo #185530Crossing needed here to allow access to bus stop on east side of Ring Road (speed limit is 60mph)Track:
Problem
track
185529Photo #185529Modal filter on Manor Road to prevent rat runningTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
185528Photo #185528Poor visibility, fast traffic, little pavement, school nearbyTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
185527Photo #185527Cycle stands in Chequer LaneCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
185526Photo #185526New additional hoops in Chequer LaneCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
185525Photo #185525Improvements could be made to the entrance of these footpaths. More signage, and cleared shrubberyTrack:
Problem
track
185524Photo #185524Pavement is needed. This road is incredibly dangerous to walk with cars coming both ways.Track:
Problem
track
185523Photo #185523Single lane delimited road with no pavement, blind bends and pinch points. Busy with cars, pedestrians and cyclists visiting Harty Ferry and bird reserve. Needs a 20mph limit and highlighting shared use.Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
185522Photo #185522The Western way is dangerous for cyclists. Fast cars, many lorries and pinch points. The well used pavement needs widening and separation for cyclists and pedestrians.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185521Photo #185521Cycle/maintenance track alongside the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway. A white line has appeared separating the track from the busway, up to here but no further east.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
185520Photo #185520This should be a great access to the recreation ground and Faversham town for everyone. Instead there are more than 30 steps to haul bikes/pushchairs or wheelchairs up and down the other end of the bridge. Real investment is needed here to make it accessible for everyone. Would I am sure cut vehicle use into the centre of Faversham.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185519Photo #185519Can’t get from end of Preston Avenue across to the park without lifting bikes/pushchairs/wheelchairs etc up over 30 steps and down again at the other end. There needs to be extensive work to make this access to the recreation ground and Faversham user friendly for allCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185518Photo #185518ANY CHANCE OF A EBIKE DOCKING STATION NEAR HERE?Bike share:
Problem
bikeshare
185517Photo #185517Unsafe to walk to Graveney school from Goodnestone. We need a footpath.Track:
Problem
track
185516Photo #185516The pavement does not go all the way to Brenley Corner and what there is of it is usually overgrown.Track:
Problem
track
185515Photo #185515No safe way to cross the road from Sandbanks Road to Graveney primary school on foot - have to hope for the best!!!!Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
185514Photo #185514No safe way for pedestrians to travel between Goodnestone and Graveney e.g to schoolTrack:
Problem
track
185513Photo #185513Blind bend when turning left into Salters LaneTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
185512Photo #185512Operation Brock makes the approach to Brenley Corner a nightmare to travel along, traffic backs up for miles causing many vehicles to idle for long periods and extend journey times for localsTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
185511Photo #185511Blind turn when coming out of Sandbanks Road, impossible to see left to see traffic coming along Seasalter RoadTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
185509Photo #185509There is a poor quality footpath by the new homes that could be turned into a shared use path that would allow pedestrians and cyclists to avoid the Davington Road when heading into townCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185508Photo #185508A gravel slope with a short piece of tarmac at the top. The join onto slippery gravel is now a dangerous step, the whole slope needs to be tarmac please.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185507Photo #185507There’s no safe way to walk to the local primary schoolTrack:
Problem
track
185506Photo #185506Don’t take away the pavement and turn it into a cycle path as this makes it even more dangerous for workers on foot. Most cyclists are not trying to get to work but are the Lycra brigade.Track:
Problem
track
185505Photo #185505This is a dangerous bend for walkers and needs a pavement hereTrack:
Problem
track
185504Photo #185504Too narrow to walk safelyTrack:
Problem
track
185503Photo #185503The road is only wide enough for one vehicle so makes it quite dangerous to walk through on the school runTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
185502Photo #185502Cycle route needed across Faversham suitable for families - Sainsburys to Love LaneCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185501Photo #185501Cycle path needs to be made tarmac, most of the route is, then hit gravel which is dangerous on road based commuting bikesCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185500Photo #185500Dangerous to join cycle path from Boughton direction, crossing traffic coming off A2 at 50mph..cycle path needs to start further away from the A2 exit and further up Chalkey RoadCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185499Photo #185499Crossing needed here on this junctionTrack:
Problem
track
185498Photo #185498Regularly cars mount the pavement to enable traffic to drive past parked cars on the street, dangerous to walk in the pavement. Needs some
barriers to stop.
Track:
Problem
track
185497Photo #185497Looking west along Ramper Road, from the top of Utton's Drove (for which see #185454).Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
185496Photo #185496Looking along a short stretch of pavement alongside Ramper Road (still signed "National Cycle Network 24" - see #185495 - but now RCN24 I think).Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
185495Photo #185495This short stretch of pavement (see #185496) is still signed "National Cycle Network 24", but I think it's now known as RCN24.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185494Photo #185494Looking along a short stretch of pavement alongside Ramper Road (still signed "National Cycle Network 24", but now RCN24 I think).
(See #185493 for the other direction.)
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
185493Photo #185493Looking from a short stretch of pavement alongside Ramper Road (still signed "National Cycle Network 24", but now RCN24 I think) toward the part of Ramper Road with no pavement.
(See #185494 for the other direction.)
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
185492Photo #185492[Image taken 11.8.22] Library Square, Museum Street/Lendal Bridge, York. Two Tier hire e-cycles (context: #185003) and a motorcycle on the Sheffields here. Other image today and links: #185485.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
185491Photo #185491[Image taken 11.8.22] West Esplanade, York. Context and links: #185486. Other image today and links: #185485.Car storage:
Infrastructure
carstorage
185490Photo #185490Pedestrian crossing anywhere on Newton RoadTrack:
Problem
track
185489Photo #185489Pedestrian crossing needed. So hard to see safely and is a school routeTrack:
Problem
track
185488Photo #185488[Image taken 11.8.22] West Esplanade, York. Context and links: #185486.Enforcement:
Problem
enforcement
185487Photo #185487Wider pavement and trafic calmingTrack:
Problem
track
185486Photo #185486[Image taken 11.8.22] West Esplanade, York. Other image of these cars here today: #185485. And of the charges they are avoiding paying in the nearby car park: #185486. Context: #182599. As I cycled towards Lendal Arch (see: #185484) a driver came through it. He did not turn into the Rowing Club car park but keep driving along this motor traffic-free (if only) route towards me. I waited for him to pull into the gap visible. I told him it was not a car parking space. The car park was next door but he would need to drive round to reach it. He did turn round and drive away. But when I returned along this route, that space was filled again... Other image and links today: #185484.Enforcement:
Problem
enforcement
185485Photo #185485[Image taken 11.8.22] West Esplanade, York. Evening training sessions at the York City Rowing Club (www.ycrc.co.uk/) are trip generators. At least as many people arrive by motor vehicle as by cycle – there’s a car park for the Club just out of shot. The motor vehicles introduce hazards to this cycling/walking/wheelchairing route alongside the Ouse. Not least the opening of doors. Other images here today: #185486, #185488, #185491. Other image today: #185492.Road environment:
Event
road
185484Photo #185484The road is at capacity already with buses, lorries and cars, school traffic and when the A2/Boughton Bypass/Thanet Way is blocked this route is an attempted rat-run despite all the roads in this area being narrow and rural.
Speed limit should be slowed to 20mph at least to coincide with school times, rush hour. Maybe a one-way system?
Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
185483Photo #185483Fast traffic moving through village, no footpath. Very dangerous. So many people speed through to Seasalter and Whitstable. Speed limit should be 20mphTrack:
Problem
track
185482Photo #185482Please put up a railing - cars are now using pavement as a road passing inches from front doors especially no. 242 - small children in the house cannot safely go out the door unless adults stop the cars, it’s very very dangerous.Track:
Problem
track
185481Photo #185481Make Graveney Rd pavement into dedicated cycle route. Cycle path along Creek is not suitable at night/winter time.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
185480Photo #185480Access to the bridleway that used to be Over Road -- a gate prevents motor access, but it's easy enough to at least push a bicycle around it (not that there's much at the other end).
The aeroplane sign signifies the route of the Pathfinder Way hiking trail.
Track:
Infrastructure
track
185479Photo #185479The old course of Over Road, now a bridleway. The old centreline shows how much it's overgrown (especially compared to #18906).
(See #185473 for the access between this and the B1050 bypass.)
Track:
Infrastructure
track
185478Photo #185478This used to be a gravel footpath (see #18906) with access from the old course of Over Road (see #185473), but hasn't been maintained and is now just a trudge through vegetation along a verge next to a busy main road.Road environment:
Problem
road
185477Photo #185477[Image taken 12.8.22] Covid vaccination centre, Pedestrian and Cycle Entrance, Askham Bar, Tadcaster Road, York. [NOTE: Location approximate] Tier hire e-scooters and e-cycles. And the excellent cycle parking: Sheffields, well spaced (wide gaps between the supports) and minimal upstand despite being toast racks see: #165413. Tier overview: #164663. Covid vaccination centre context and links: #185472.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
185476Photo #185476[Image taken 12.8.22] Covid vaccination centre, Pedestrian and Cycle Entrance, Askham Bar, Tadcaster Road, York. [NOTE: Location approximate] Excellent practice – a huge and clear site map. For people on foot and on cycles. Covid vaccination centre context and links: #185472.Other:
Infrastructure
general
185475Photo #185475[Image taken 12.8.22] Covid vaccination centre, Pedestrian and Cycle Entrance, Askham Bar, Tadcaster Road, York. [NOTE: Location approximate] The entrance is narrow for someone with a cycle pushing it. Or for someone in a wheelchair or someone walking protectively or sociably. But the signage is clear. Compare with signage from last year: #165345. Covid vaccination centre context and links: #185472.Route sign:
Good practice
routesigns
185474Photo #185474[Image taken 12.8.22] Covid vaccination centre, Pedestrian and Cycle Entrance, Askham Bar, Tadcaster Road, York. [NOTE: Location approximate] Tier hire e-scooters. Tier overview: #164663. Covid vaccination centre context and links: #185472Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
185473Photo #185473The access between the bridleway along the old course of Over Road and the (now more or less nonexistent, see #185478) footpath alongside the B1050 bypass.
(Compare #18906 for a view when new in 2009.)
Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
185472Photo #185472[Image taken 12.8.22] Covid vaccination centre, Pedestrian and Cycle Entrance, Askham Bar, Tadcaster Road, York. [NOTE: Location approximate] The Pedestrian and Cycle Entrance is clearly signposted in several places – we saw it as we approached on cycles on the busy Taddy Road. But as this is a health facility it should promote and enable active and sustainable travel options. Other images here today: #185474, #185475, #185476, #185477.Route sign:
Good practice
routesigns
185471Photo #185471There was apparently once a gravel footpath round this fast roundabout (see #18906), but it's not been maintained and is now a trudge along a roadside verge, replete with trip hazards like random loose bricks.
(See #185470 for a view in the other direction.)
Road environment:
Problem
road
185470Photo #185470What's on the south side of the B1050 crossing in #185469 (i.e., basically nothing visible).
(See #185471 for a view in the other direction.)
Road environment:
Problem
road
185469Photo #185469Uncontrolled crossing across a fast roundabout on the B1050 from a vaguely plausible pavement / cycle path (part of RCN 24?) to a nothing (see #185470).
(Apparently there used to be a gravel footpath on the far side, per #18906, but it hasn't been maintained.)
Road environment:
Infrastructure
road

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