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Photo # Photo Caption Categorisation
190221 Photo #190221

Redway next to McConnell Drive, Wolverton

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190220 Photo #190220

Bowyers Mews, Neath Hill, Milton Keynes

Road environment:
Infrastructure
190219 Photo #190219

Redway, Neath Hill, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190218 Photo #190218

Redway, Neath Hill, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190217 Photo #190217

Redway, Neath Hill, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190216 Photo #190216

Redway, Neath Hill, Milton Keynes

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190215 Photo #190215

Redway to Neath Hill from Downs Barn, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190214 Photo #190214

Redway, Downs Barn, Milton Keynes

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190213 Photo #190213

Redway, Downs Barn, Milton Keynes

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190212 Photo #190212

Redway to Downs Barn from Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190211 Photo #190211

Redway, Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190210 Photo #190210

Redway, Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190209 Photo #190209

Redway, Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190208 Photo #190208

Redway, Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190207 Photo #190207

Redway, Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190206 Photo #190206

Redway, Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190205 Photo #190205

Redway to Linford Wood from Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190204 Photo #190204

Redway, Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190203 Photo #190203

Redway, Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190202 Photo #190202

Redway, Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190201 Photo #190201

Redway, Conniburrow, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190200 Photo #190200

Redway, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190199 Photo #190199

Redway, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190198 Photo #190198

Redway to Stanton Wood from Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190197 Photo #190197

Redway, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Good practice
190196 Photo #190196

Redway, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Good practice
190195 Photo #190195

Redway, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Good practice
190194 Photo #190194

Redway, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Good practice
190193 Photo #190193

Redway to Heelands from Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190192 Photo #190192

Redway, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190191 Photo #190191

Redway, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190190 Photo #190190

Redway, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190189 Photo #190189

Redway, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190187 Photo #190187

Mayditch Place, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Road environment:
Infrastructure
190186 Photo #190186

Mayditch Place, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes

Road environment:
Infrastructure
190185 Photo #190185

Advisory Cyclists Dismount to cross the road to continue the cycleway at Station Square, Milton Keynes.

Road environment:
Infrastructure
190184 Photo #190184

Cycle parking at a retail zone, Milton Keynes

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190183 Photo #190183

You are now leaving car parks A B C D

at the national bowl, Milton Keynes.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190182

20mph as the street is in constant use for the GP and community centre, and the slope tempts drivers to drive down the hill too fast.

Temporary closure:
Problem
190181

Pedestrian/ bike path to the Park & Ride from the bike path, to save a long route round on the pavement by the main road.

Track:
Problem
190180

20mph limit as the street is a busy walking and cycling route to the primary school and nursery.

Temporary closure:
Problem
190179

Pavement needed on this side of road to get to Gateway bus stop. Resident has sustained permanent injury trying to get to bus stop and nearly being hit by vehicles.

Track:
Problem
190178

No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.

Track:
Problem
190177

No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.

Track:
Problem
190176

No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.

Track:
Problem
190175 Photo #190175

[Image taken 27.1.23] Brunch, Auster Road, Clifton Moor, York. Context and link: #190174.

Other:
Problem
190174 Photo #190174

[Image taken 27.1.23] Brunch, Auster Road, Clifton Moor, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] Wheelbenders and Tier hire e-cycles and e-scooters. Location: #190175. Tier overview: #190175.

Cycle parking:
Problem
190173 Photo #190173

[Image taken 25.1.23] Field View, York. The person who has parked next to the hedge is completely obstructing the pavement. The person must know his/her actions forces people - their neighbours, many vulnerable - to walk in the road. Other image this issue here today and links: #190172.

Enforcement:
Problem
190172 Photo #190172

[Image taken 25.1.23] Field View, York. The resident is obstructing the pavement. Yet she/he must see their neighbours - people of all ages including adults with assistance dogs and mobility aids, and children going to school - walking in the road as they can't use the pavement. Other image this issue here today: #190173. Other image today and links: #190043.

Enforcement:
Problem
190171 Photo #190171

[Image taken 25.1.23] Former Duncombe Barracks, Burton Stone Lane, York. This will be the site of Duncombe Square (www.shapehomesyork.com/) a development of passivhaus homes. Today though, it was a quagmire. Someone who said he was a council employee was working with a brush to try to keep the mud off the pavement. Cycling southbound and passing a few hours later, the road was muddy from here to the junction with Bootham/Clifton. Plus there were large gravel-like stones along the length. Liquid mud and loose stones are real hazards for people on cycles. Plus the former coats panniers and cycles. Other image today and links: #190043.

Road environment:
Problem
190170 Photo #190170

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane (looking south), York. This motorist is obstructing the pavement. Opposite a church. There's no room for someone with a buggy, holding the hand of a child or person they care for to pass. Ditto for the many mobility impaired people who use walking aids, mobility scooters and wheelchairs round here. Other image today and links: #190043.

Enforcement:
Problem
190169 Photo #190169

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane opposite St Luke's church, York. Verge damage by drivers. More of this damage here today and links: #190168.

Enforcement:
Problem
190168 Photo #190168

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, opposite Shipton Street, York. Verge damage caused by motorists driving on to and off it. Not only unsightly the mud released is a pavement hazard for pedestrians and a road one for people on cycles. More of this damage here today: #190169. Other image today and links: #190043.

Enforcement:
Problem
190167 Photo #190167

[Image taken 25.1.23] Outside St Luke's church, Burton Stone Lane, junction wiith Shipton Street, York. Centreline tarmac damage at a road narrowing. That infra requires people on cycles to move out into the carriageway. Cyclists ought to be riding assertively here ie taking the lane to stop a motorist trying to squeeze past. And then to hold that line and keep at least 1.5m away from the parked vehicles in case someone opens a door from the inside or steps out from between them. Then there's that access cover. Slippery when wet/icy and with an upstand around the edge that can cause an instant flat tyre. (Note that the tarmac around it on the road side is already cracking.) In short, this damage is where someone on a cycle, including with machines with, three wheels might be riding. It's a substantial hazard and I will report it. I thought this section was resurfaced late last year. Has it failed already? Or was it done in halves? Other image today and links: #190043.

Pothole:
Problem
190166 Photo #190166

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, junction with Shipton Street, with St Luke's (church) behind, York. Location of damage to kerb in: #190165.

Pothole:
Problem
190165 Photo #190165

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, outside St Luke's church, York. Cracking tarmac close to the kerb. Few people in York have learned to ride assertively. Plus low driving standards and high motorist speeds can force even the bravest cyclist into the gutter. Location: #190166. Other image today and links: #190043.

Pothole:
Problem
190164 Photo #190164

[Image taken 25.1.23] Shipton Street junction with Burton Stone Lane, York. Centreline tarmac damage and potholes at a junction. All of this is a serious problem for people cycling. At any location. But the high speeds, and low standards of driving or responsibility of motorists on Burton Stone Lane increases the need for the road surface to be intact and safe. This looks like damage caused by water ingress and freezing. But it looks like new tarmac. Other image today and links: #190043.

Pothole:
Problem
190163 Photo #190163

[Image taken 25.1.23] Outside 150 Burton Stone Lane, York. This looks like new tarmac. It seems to be already failing. The carriageways on this street are narrow, driving speeds much higher than the 20mph limit and people in cycles have to be able to: (i) look around them - not down; (ii) move on the road to where they need to, to be safe and escape danger. This damage will very soon be a pothole and put people on cycles at further risk. Other image today and links: #190043.

Pothole:
Problem
190162 Photo #190162

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, junction with Glencoe Street, York. Is this new tarmac that is already failing around an ironwork? Other image today and links: #190043.

Pothole:
Problem
190161 Photo #190161

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, looking north from outside Heron Foods, York. Centreline tarmac damage. Damage in the other direction and links see: #190160. Other image today and links: #190043.

Pothole:
Problem
190160 Photo #190160

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane looking south just before the junction with Glencoe Street, York. Centre line damage to the tarmac. A real hazard for people cycling see: #190158. Continuation of the damage northbound see: #190161. Other image today and links: #190043.

Pothole:
Problem
190159 Photo #190159

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, York. Detail and links see: #190158.

Pothole:
Problem
190158 Photo #190158

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, just north of the junction with Glencoe Street, York. Centre line damage. This is a serious hazard for people cycling. It can trap wheels and/or 'hold' them. Water gets under the surface, freezes, expands, causes cracking and the potholes. Is this new tarmac (see: #190157) that has already failed in all directions? Location see: #190159. Other image today and links: #190043.

Pothole:
Problem
190157 Photo #190157

[Image taken 25.1.23] Horner Street junction with Burton Stone Lane, York. Substantial tarmac damage and where pedestrians and people in mobility scooters will be crossing. This is new tarmac. Parts of Burton Stone Lane were patched and resurfaced in November 2022 (www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/23076028.burton-stone-lane-clifton-york-close-2-sections/) yet the works are already failing. (Note the latest incarnation of the restuarant/takeaway on the corner. It opened during lockdown 2020 as Voujon Spice. This closed then opened as Clifton Spice and Grill. That closed in autumn 2022. The new banner is heralding the arrival of Royal Spice. On 27.1.23 I noticed that the space where the van in this image is standing has been covered in Astroturf. Presumably not bowls/petanque coming to this corner but an external eating area.) Other image today and links: #190043.

Other:
Problem
190156 Photo #190156

[Image taken 25.1.23] York Suzuki Centre, Burton Stone Lane, York. Damage that is a substantial trip hazard on the forecourt of the York Suzuki Centre (www.yorksuzuki.com/). I hope CYC can compel the owners to repair it. Other image forecourt damage near here today and links: #190155.

Other:
Problem
190155 Photo #190155

[Image taken 25.1.23] Pizza Time, Burton Stone Lane junction with Garth Terrace, York. Forecourt damage. A hazard to all users. I'll report to CYC. I think the forecourts here belong to the building owners not the Council. However, I hope CYC can contact the owners and compel them to repair it. Other image forecourt damage near here today: #190156. Image pavement damage near here today: #190153, #190154. Other image today and links: #190043.

Other:
Problem
190154 Photo #190154

[Image taken 25.1.23] Garth Terrace, junction with Burton Stone Lane, York. Context: #190153. Other image today and links: #190043.

Other:
Problem
190153 Photo #190153

[Image taken 25.1.23] Garth Terrace, junction with Burton Stone Lane, York. Pavement damage. Detail nearest area: #190154. Other image today and links: #190043.

Other:
Problem
190152 Photo #190152

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, York. The only formal crossing on the entire length of Burton Stone Lane. Driving speeds are very high and not every motorist stops to let people cross. There are a couple of build-outs but it all too often feels as if you are taking your life in your hands to cross this road. Changes to the infrastructure here in November 2022 have exacerbated the existing problems on this street and added new ones: #187753. Other image today and links: #190043.

Enforcement:
Problem
190151

This road is very narrow and cars travel in excess of 30mph regularly. I walk my grandchildren to / from school and it is very dangerous.

Track:
Problem
190150

Make this stretch of road 30mph, it would be safer for motorists, cyclists and the herd of cows that use the road from time to time!

Temporary closure:
Problem
190149

Additional bollards required to stop cars, trucks and lorries driving on the pavement

Track:
Problem
190148

Extra traffic calming to reduce the excessive driving speeds in village

Temporary closure:
Problem
190147

Weight restriction signs are turned the wrong way

Temporary closure:
Problem
190146

Zebra crossing to access bus stops

Temporary closure:
Problem
190145

Zebra crossing for school kids

Temporary closure:
Problem
190144

Zebra crossing for people to access bus stop

Temporary closure:
Problem
190143

Make Church Road a No through road to improve safety

Temporary closure:
Problem
190142

Make Church Road a ‘No through’ road!!

Temporary closure:
Problem
190141

Cut back brambles so that people can walk and pass each other on this pavement

Track:
Problem
190140

Dropped curb for cyclists

Cycleway:
Problem
190139

Pedestrian road crossing

Track:
Problem
190138

Over 10,000 people work at Southmead Hospital and this route is a popular way in to the site. The common has limited paths and people need to walk/cycle on grass leaving muddy tracks. A wide, shared use path for walkers, cyclists and scooters would be great and encourage sustainable transport throughout the year.

Track:
Problem
190137 Photo #190137

Junction upgrades in progress. A separate cycle crossing will be provided here.

Cycleway:
Good practice
190136

Dangerous for cyclists to cross road due to speed of vehicles approaching from both directions on barrow street

Temporary closure:
Problem
190135 Photo #190135

The cycleway as of January 2023 has received some much-needed leaf and mud clearance. The water you can see is mostly standing, there is a small trickle across the muddy part. Most of the sand and silt here has been cleared.

Cycleway:
Problem
190134 Photo #190134

The cycleway as of January 2023 has received some much-needed leaf and mud clearance.

Cycleway:
Good practice
190133 Photo #190133

The cycleway as of January 2023 has received some much-needed leaf and mud clearance.

Cycleway:
Good practice
190132 Photo #190132

Not signed or set up for cycling but clearly a useful link.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
190131 Photo #190131

Amazingly the Barnwell Road cycleway just dumps cyclists on the road at the worst possible place. There isn't even a sign to the shared-use path to the left on Newmarket Road.

Cycleway:
Problem
190130 Photo #190130

Astonishing - there's a large car park but no cycle parking at all for Red Cross first aid courses at Lothbury House.

Car storage:
Problem
190129 Photo #190129

Astonishing - there's a large car park but no cycle parking at all for Red Cross first aid courses at Lothbury House.

Cycle parking:
Problem
190128 Photo #190128

Covered cycle parking at a primary school - not as bad as it looks, there's plenty of space to the rear of the car.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190127 Photo #190127

Misleading sign - you can either go left and then right on the route towards the Newmarket Road roundabout, or right into a school.

Route sign:
Problem
190126

Hedge cutting required on a regular basis to ensure route is passable

Cycleway:
Problem
190125 Photo #190125

Route sign between Coldham's Common and the Newmarket Road roundabout

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190124 Photo #190124

Signs to and from the cycle route across Coldham's Common

Route sign:
Infrastructure
190123 Photo #190123

Plenty of cycle parking at the Abbey Pool - and yet someone still chooses to leave a bike unattached to something solid.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190122 Photo #190122

Plenty of cycle parking at the Abbey Pool

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
190121 Photo #190121

Access to the route across Coldham's Common

Cycleway:
Infrastructure

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