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Photo listing : cycleways

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Service road and cycleway by Ruta 5 entering Rivera, Uruguay

Bridge on the new foot and cycleway by Ruta 5 entering Rivera, Uruguay.

Not easy to see, but there's another cycleway sign half-hidden by a tree, to the west of the Arroyo Cuñapiru in Rivera, Uruguay

Unsignalled crossing on the new segregated foot and cycleway by Ruta 5 entering Rivera, Uruguay

Bridge (just visible to the right) on the new foot and cycleway by Ruta 5 entering Rivera, Uruguay

Cyclist on the new segregated foot and cycleway by Ruta 5 entering Rivera, Uruguay

Bus stop and new segregated foot and cycleway by Ruta 5 entering Rivera, Uruguay

New segregated foot and cycleway by Ruta 5 entering Rivera, Uruguay

Crosing to new segregated foot and cycleway by Ruta 5 entering Rivera, Uruguay

Start of shared-use path by Ruta 8 out of Melo, Uruguay

Eastern end of shared-use path on the former railway into Melo, Uruguay

Eastern end of shared-use path on the former railway into Melo, Uruguay

Shared-use path on the former railway into Melo, Uruguay

Youths with motor scooters on the old railway bridge into Melo, Uruguay - now a shared-use path

The old railway bridge into Melo, Uruguay - now a shared-use path

Start of shared-use path on the former railway into Melo, Uruguay

Youths with motor scooters on the old railway bridge into Melo, Uruguay - now a shared-use path

Shared-use path beside Ruta 8 entering Melo, Uruguay

Cycle access at Barfillan Drive.

The cycle route towards Paisley passing under Crookston Road, and following the White Cart. The ramp up to Crookston Road (at #112178) can be seen to the left.

A hair-pin bend in the ramp up from the White Cart path to Crookston Road.

A poor change of surface on the path from Crookston Road into Rosshall Park.

A terrible change of surface on the path from Rosshall Park to Crookston Road. Mind how you go!

The path between Rosshall Park and Cardonald Drive, on the original Glasgow-Paisley cycle route, is divided in two by a central railing for the section over the railway bridge, making it difficult to pass people coming the other way.

The path between Rosshall Park and Cardonald Drive on the original Glasgow-Paisley cycle route is not only narrow but is divided in two by a central railing, making it very difficult to pass anyone coming the other way. The sign has also co ... [more]

The exit from the southbound pedestrian/cycle Clyde Tunnel. Although each tunnel is one-way for cycles, pedestrians can use either tunnel in either directions. How are pedestrians entering here expected to know about the possibility of a ... [more]

Inside the southbound pedestrian/cycle Clyde Tunnel.

Ultima Entrada' - the last entry to Santa Isabel de la Pedrera and the end of the shared-use path by Ruta 10 - further north from La Pedrera than shown on OpenCycleMap

Shared-use path by Ruta 10 continuing further north from La Pedrera than shown on OpenCycleMap

Shared-use path by Ruta 10 continuing further north from La Pedrera than shown on OpenCycleMap

Shared-use path past a campsite south-west of the La Pedrera junction, Uruguay.

Shared-use path by Ruta 10 south-west from the La Pedrera junction, Uruguay, with bus shelter and a bus to Montevideo

Shared-use path by Ruta 10 north-east from the La Pedrera junction, Uruguay - beyond where it is shown as ending on OpenCycleMap

Shared-use path by Ruta 10 north-east from the La Pedrera junction, Uruguay - beyond where it is shown as ending on OpenCycleMap

Shared-use path by Ruta 10 towards the La Pedrera junction, Uruguay, from the north-east

This is where, according to OpenCycleMap, the shared-use path by Ruta 10 north-east from the La Pedrera junction ends - but it now continues.

Shared-use path by Ruta 10 north-east from the La Pedrera junction, Uruguay

Link to shared-use path by Ruta 10 south-west from La Pedrera, Uruguay

Shared-use path by Ruta 10 north-east from the La Pedrera junction, Uruguay

Start of shared-use path by Ruta 10 north-east from the La Pedrera junction, Uruguay

Start of shared-use path by Ruta 10 from La Pedrera towards La Paloma, Uruguay

End of shared-use path by the main road north from La Paloma, Uruguay (on the line of the old railway, I think)

Shared-use path and bus shelter by the main road north from La Paloma, Uruguay (on the line of the old railway, I think)

Shared-use path skirting a roundabout on the main road north from La Paloma, Uruguay (on the line of the old railway, I think)

Shared-use path by the main road north from La Paloma, Uruguay (on the line of the old railway, I think)

Start of shared-use route (not yet on OpenCycleMap) north from La Paloma, Uruguay

Cut-through in La Paloma, Uruguay

Lots of permeability near the bus terminal in La Paloma, Uruguay

West end of shared-use path to José Ignacio, Uruguay

Bus shelter and start of shared-use path west from the José Ignacio junction on Ruta 10, Uruguay

Messy start of cycleway from Ruta 10 to José Ignacio, Uruguay - a shared-use path continues on the other side of the road.

Cycleway from trendy José Ignacio to Ruta 10, Uruguay

Cycleway from the main road into José Ignacio, Uruguay

Wooden boardwalk section of the shared-use path between Manantiales and La Barra, Uruguay.

Cycling uphill into the wind to Manatiales, Uruguay

Change from footway to shared-use path at the west end of Manantiales, Uruguay

Shared-use path crossing an unsurfaced road between La Barra and Manantiales, Uruguay

Shared-use path crossing an unsurfaced road between La Barra and Manantiales, Uruguay

Crossing on shared-use path between La Barra and Manantiales, Uruguay.

Shared-use path between La Barra and Manantiales, Uruguay.

Start of shared-use path between La Barra and Manantiales, Uruguay

Short section of shared-use route entering Piriapolís, Uruguay

At the eastern end of the new cycleway along Avenida Italia in Montevideo it will move somehow from the central reservation to the edge of Parque Rivera.

This seems to be the western end of the new cycleway along the central reservation of Avenida Italia in Montevideo - visible on Google satellite images, but not yet on OpenCycleMap.

Cycle lane towards Batlle Park, Montevideo

Cyclists burn off the frost early on the Riverside bridge, Cambridge.

The Coton path, which is useful but too narrow.

New cycleway under construction along the central reservation of Avenida Italia in Montevideo.

Crossing on the new cycleway along the central reservation of Avenida Italia in Montevideo - visible on Google satellite images, but not yet on OpenCycleMap. The cycleway moves from side to side depending on where cars will be stopping.

The new cycleway along the central reservation of Avenida Italia in Montevideo splits in places on pass on either side of trees.

Crossing on the new cycleway along the central reservation of Avenida Italia in Montevideo - visible on Google satellite images, but not yet on OpenCycleMap. The cycleway moves from side to side depending on where cars will be stopping.

Crossing on the new cycleway along the central reservation of Avenida Italia in Montevideo - visible on Google satellite images, but not yet on OpenCycleMap. The cycleway moves from side to side depending on where cars will be stopping.

Crossing on the new cycleway along the central reservation of Avenida Italia in Montevideo - visible on Google satellite images, but not yet on OpenCycleMap.

Pedestrians squeeze through the bollards restricted by pram arms on the left, and a much improved cycle route on the right.

Much improved route from the end of Leys Avenue into the Arbury Court area.

Improved shared use path compared to 16 years previously: #4117.

Access off the busway to Trinity Science Park.

As I've mentioned before (see #107159), this is listed in Glasgow City Council's database of cycle routes.

Road closure in the old city of Montevideo

Road closure in the old city of Montevideo

'Cycle Priority' sign in the old city of Montevideo - but in fact no other vehicles can get through.

Road closure and hop-on-hop-off tour bus near the cruise port, Montevideo

Crossing of cycle lanes in the old city of Montevideo

Cycle lane on the left-hand side of this one-way street in the old city of Montevideo

Two-way cycleway in the old city of Montevideo

Two-way cycleway towards the Anglican church, Montevideo

Two-way cycleway in the old city of Montevideo

Near the start of the 22km riverside shared-use Rambla in Montevideo - this is apparently the world's longest sidewalk without an intersection.

The start of the 22km riverside shared-use Rambla in Montevideo - this is apparently the world's longest sidewalk without an intersection.

The Sarandí jetty in Montevideo is over a kilometre long - very popular, but you have to come back the same way.

Crossing of new cycle lanes in the old city of Montevideo

Crossing of new cycle lanes in the old city of Montevideo (the sign shows a bike going backwards, for some reason)

New cycle lane in the old city of Montevideo

New cycle lane in the old city of Montevideo

Cassies Crossing.

Traffic Lights on the Cycleway and Footway. The turn is tight across the road.

Cycleway Sign. The Bicycle Path easily curves with a right angle view of traffic when crossing the road. No tight turns here for people on Bicycles.

Copper Beech by the Bicycle Path.

Stud lights have been fitted on this path and, amazingly, the grass is kept well trimmed, so they do not get obscured.

Golden Opportunity to go into Gloucester City Center by Bicycle or on Foot under the trees. Deans Walk by the South Wales Railway.

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