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Photo listing : cycleways (infrastructure)

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

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.

Copper Beech by the Bicycle Path.

Paved cut-through towards Baldock station

Paved cut-through from Baldock station

Crossing on NCN route 13 to Beckton DLR station

NCN route 13 west to the Isle of Dogs (the Beckton Corridor)

Crossing from Beckton DLR station to NCN route 13 west to the Isle of Dogs

NCN route 13 east from Beckton DLR station

NCN route 13 east from the ExCel Centre

The bridge towards London City Airport opens (ie closes to pedestrians and cyclists) occasionally.

Bridge across Connaught Passage to London City Airport

Swing left here for NCN route 13 east from the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 east from the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 east from the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 past the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 west from the ExCel Centre

Cycle route along the south side of the Royal Victoria Dock

NCN route 13 past the ExCel Centre

NCN route 13 westwards from the ExCel Centre

Raised crossing where NCN756 and Piccadilly Street meet.

Welcome resurfacing at the entry to Cambridge's main cycle park.

Here there is road paint which shows the Bicycle Lane marking end yet the kerbs allow for Bicycles to turn left from Kingsholm Road into Sandhurst Road. These Hatching Diagonal Lines are more for the errant motorists which are inclined to ... [more]

Shared use footway Fen Ditton

Senate Passage Location: Cambridge, Cambridge District (England, UK) Cambridge

Shared-use route from new housing development, Truro

Shared-use route from new housing development, Truro

End of Cycleway and two-stage toucan crossing at entry to new housing development, Truro

Two-stage toucan crossing from new housing development, Truro

Shared-use route in new housing development parallel to the A390.

Two-stage toucan crossing to new housing development, Truro

Footpath and new cycleway from toucan crossing, funded by the housing development across the road.

The new cycleway stops at the bus-stop - pretty useless.

New cycleway, bus lay-by and toucan crossing funded by the housing development across the road.

New cycleway crossing dead-end road.

A new cycleway starts here - intended for cycles moving off the road, though it can be seen that some are continuing from the footway.

Track in Tehidy Country Park

Track in Tehidy Country Park

Junction on the West Drive, Tehidy Country Park

Route west out of Tehidy Country Park

Western exit from Tehidy Country Park

Start of track to the mineral tramway from Portreath

Signed route from the mineral tramway into Portreath, though it's hardly direct.

Signed route from the mineral tramway into Portreath, though it's hardly direct.

Signed route from the mineral tramway into Portreath, though it's hardly direct

End of mineral tramway arriving above Portreath

Mineral tramway from Portreath towards Tehidy Country Park

Mineral tramway to Portreath

Route east from Tehidy Country Park

Track through Tehidy Country Park

Cyclists in Tehidy Country Park

Track through Tehidy Country Park

Junction of tracks in Tehidy Country Park

Road closure and parallel crossings

Road closure and parallel crossings

Cycle parking and barrier parallel to Grays Inn Road

Contraflow lane on Argyle St

Right-hook lane at this crossing to Kings Cross station

The new cycleway alongside St Rollox Drive, the new road along the northern edge of the Sighthill redevelopment.

The start of the cycle track alongside St Rollox Drive, the new road connecting Keppochhill Road and Springburn Road at the Sighthill redevelopment. The only way onto the cycleway is to use the dropped kerbs at the Keppochhill Road signalis ... [more]

Link from CS2 to Hanbury Street

CS2 and cycle stands

Floating bus stop on CS2, London

CS2, Mile End Road

Cargo bike on CS2

CS3 east on Cable Street

Link north from CS3

As many cyclists heading into the City on CS3 as out in the evening rush

CS3 westbound into the City

Cycle lane at junction with CS3

Cycle contraflow under London Bridge station

Contraflow cycle lane on NCN route 4

Ramp to Tate Modern and the riverside walk

Sheep's Green Bridge, Cambridge - a few boards have been replaced

NCN route 1 in Holkham National Nature Reserve

Rough surface on NCN route 1 in Holkham National Nature Reserve

The link from New Bit to the Perse Girls School playing fields and Latham Road has been surfaced and greatly improved.

The link from New Bit to the Perse Girls School playing fields and Latham Road has been surfaced and greatly improved.

some ponding occurs after heavy or prolonged rain

Various level crossings have been closed and replaced by this bridleway bridge between Trimley and Felixstowe, as part of a scheme to provide extra track for container trains.

The Sheep's Green bridges were closed for a couple of days for maintenance and the only result that I can see is that the ramp to this bridge has been smoothed out.

The new promenade at Carnac-Plage, with boardwalk under construction to the right.

Cycle lanes on the coast road west from Carnac-Plage

Cyclist on the cycleway along the Quiberon Peninsula

Cycleway along the Quiberon Peninsula

Bus stops and cycle track, Cap Fréhel

Cycling on the towpath from Dinan to Léon

Link from Black Bear Park to Maple Grove. There used to be an obstructive "A Frame" barrier here - the two wooden posts are much easier to negotiate - though completely pointless.

Rising bollard and No Scooters sign outside the city walls, Dinan

Cycleway along the south side of the Baie du Mont St Michel (to the right).

Crossing on the former tramway through Carolles

Crossing on the former tramway through Carolles

Cycling round the front of Oslo’s opera house, and this is the new Edvard Munch museum.

New cycleway leaving Arromanches

Cycle route from Arromanches towards Longues-sur-Mer

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