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Photo listing : other (infrastructure)

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Renovated cycling shortcut with smooth hump.

'Cycle thieves operate in this area' - from BTP

The food market is clearly more important than Dutch-style ranks of cycle parking. Maybe they're right.

First time *up* Grafton Gully on my ebike. Can confirm, flattens hills. 😘🚲 #bikeAKL https://t.co/99Trk7VbLE

Future site of Cambridge South station - to be decided exactly, somewhere between here and the next bridge south.

I have no idea what the purpose of these shelters is, not even motorbikes use them, and I'm surprised they're still there.

Recently pedestrianised zone

Recently pedestrianised zone

Pedestrian cut-through

Pedestrian crossing point and tourists on the footway on Santander bikes.

Pedestrian cut-through towards Paddington station

Level access to the westbound platform at Bath station

Traffic-free area in front of Bath Abbey

Wheeling ramp on Lower Fisher Row (riverside footpath), Oxford

Dropped kerb on Lower Fisher Row, Oxford - how would you know it wasn't open for cycling?

Pedestrian cut-through, Oxford

A pair of people enjoying handcycles on the Busway path.

New 'Zebra' crossing on Network Rail land has mysteriously appeared near where the old crossing used to be.

Gap in gate for cycles too narrow. Completely inaccessible for any adapted bikes or bike with kids trailer.

A piece of art for the Seven Lochs Trail, but also accompanied by flytipping.

Brand new development, just finished this past year. What's missing? The damn dropped kerb! What the hell, @CambsCC @camcitco? This is why I have to be picky about the hardworks plans when I look over planning apps. Even though I'm a ... [more]

Cycle facility of the month outside Belfast https://t.co/6HOKvFvwLk

What is a mobility hub? (Apart from a shipping container with decals?) https://t.co/CbHp3fwZR0

Welcome distraction from politics this morning. This is a new piece of infrastructure. This is a pile of shit. https://t.co/H6b5izZ7od

Definitely not a cycle bridge, alas, in the port of Nueva Palmira, Uruguay - if only it could have been a bit wider!

No point cycling any further...

Turnpike House in Gloucester Road in Tewkesbury. There is no Segregated Bicycle Path or Cycleway here unlike in Kingsholm Road in Gloucester. Neither is there a Segregated Bicycle Path all the way to Gloucester.

Electric scooters at the Law Faculty, Montevideo

Hi @CamdenCouncil is it possible to arrange a meeting with the person that signed off screwing this bollard in the cycle lane. Would really love to talk through the benefit and the thought process to get there. Thanks @camdencyclists @Ranty ... [more]

Cyclist on the main pedestrianised street in the old city of Montevideo

The main pedestrianised street in the old city of Montevideo

Cycling on a rough footway, Montevideo

'Lift to Cycle Route' at Gatwick airport - rather mysterious, and I'm not sure how the lift works anyway.

Link to housing development by Baldock station.

Link to housing development by Baldock station - the height restriction is for the main road under the railway, not the path.

Pedestrianised area in central Baldock

Rising bollards to the Leicester Square pedestrian area (no cycling)

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

Private-public space in this new development by Waterloo station - no cycling, I'm sure.

Under the Arches of the South Wales Railway. Park Street left which is one-way and Hare Lane which is two-way. Going by Bicycle into Gloucester City Centre then Hare Lane only is used whilst going out towards Kingsholm and Longford then b ... [more]

Footway - with shared-use on the other side of the A390

Alley in Helston - not on any of the oneline maps.

Presumably these are meant to stop cars parking, rather than to park bikes, at the Truro College bus stops.

The foot of the mineral tramway from Portreath harbour - it's a bit steep, but there is talk of opening it as a pathway

Shepherd Market - I'd forgotten it actually existed. Not a cycleway, though.

The Shared Use Bicycle Path is Segregated from the Motorised Road Traffic. However it does not go all the way to Tewkesbury. Here there are distances measured in time not mileages which is not very useful as people travel at different rat ... [more]

Gate to the ilex avenue from Holkham Hall to Wells-next-the-Sea

looking south east towards the "Shining Wheels" sculpture

track descends towards the south east

track descends gradually to south east

entrance to park from Holme Park Avenue

Car entrance to Holmebrook Valley Park Pavilion car park. Gates are normally locked at dusk. (unlocked) cycle gate on left

narrow gap at side of main gates in case main gates locked (at dusk)

looking west

Adventure Park area

Notice board

track descends (initially steeply) to south

"Red Ball" sculpture

Holme Brook Valley Park Lake

path junction south of lake

Bridge over Holme Brook

Entrance to park from Etwall Close

entrance to park from Etwell Close (no parking for vehicles)

Outdoor gym area

Picnic area north west of car park

Entrance to car park

Bridge over Holme Brook

entrance to park from Milldale Close

looking north west towards tunnel

track diverges from road

entrance to path running outside of perimeter of park

paved track from Longfield Grange

paved track from Longfield Grange

bollard - no lighting

paved track

path between estates

looking eastwards from park entrance along tarmaced path at edge of park

entrance to park

steps between track and Holme Park Avenue

entrance to park from Parkside View

Percent for Art: "Shining Wheels" sculpture

Percent for Art "Newbold Arch" sculpture at junction

A cyclist arrives at Worcester's Diglis basin after a ride along ncr 442 from Honeybourne.

This short alley between two streets could easily be upgraded to provide a viable cycling link. It is slightly on the narrow side but isn't long enough for anyone to get any kind of speed up.

This short alley between two streets could easily be upgraded to provide a viable cycling link. It is slightly on the narrow side but isn't long enough for anyone to get any kind of speed up.

I don't know what this chain is for - probably not cycle parking.

Steps on this cut-through in Bayeux

This canalside path should be improved for cycling.

The new tram stop at Caen station - there's still a cycle route beneath the tree.

The south side of Avignon TGV station - ramps, car parking but no cycle facilities.

I don't know what this is at Avignon TGV station, but it's not a cycleway.

View to Villeneuve-les-Avignon across the Île de la Barthelasse, where there are pleasant largely traffic-free cycle routes.

Riverside walk junction with Duke Street

Riverside walk junction with Duke Street

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