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Photo listing (infrastructure)

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Signage for the Springburn Quietway, but no dropped kerb to join the carriageway from the adjacent path. Not so easy to bump a kerb having come up a steep hill. A connection could be formed with Hawthorn Street here.

A cycle parking stand outside Springburn library.

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign on the path alongside the Springburn Expressway, at a point where all approaches have steps, except for the route to Carleston Street over the bridge.

Improved stretch of NCN route 51

Start of new shared-use path north to Fen Ditton (parallel to the existing Wadloes Path).

Start of new shared-use path south from Fen Ditton (parallel to the existing Wadloes Path).

Start of new shared-use path south from Fen Ditton (parallel to the existing Wadloes Path).

Cycle crossing and start of new shared-use path south from Fen Ditton

Improved route to Fen Ditton (still signed as a footpath, however)

Permeability could be improved here.

Junction of shared-use paths (a cycle marking is visible to the right of the bins).

This looks like a pre-war cycleway but was built in about the 1980s when it was thought that the ring road would be extended across the river.

Improved section of NCN route 51

No idea why this route sign ended up here - it's nowhere near a junction.

Start of the cycleway on Arbury Road - but it should be properly integrated with the route to the southwest.

End of the cycleway on Arbury Road

Cycle route northeast from the parallel crossing of Arbury Road

Parallel crossing on Arbury Road - but the cycleways should continue to the southwest.

Dutch-style cycleways and crossing at St Laurence primary school

Some mistake surely? Northbound cycle lane, northbound general traffic lane, but at least southbound cyclists can use the footway here.

Reinstated bollard at Jubilee path. Gaps to the wooden fences on either side are about 1.8m and 2.0m.

What was supposed to be a segregated cycle lane on Balls Pond Road is now a disappointing painted lane. Notice the cab already using it and squeezing the cyclist to the curb. There will be cars parked there just you wait #CS1@ @hackney_cyc ... [more]

Cycle parking outside Maryhill Health Centre.

Diversion signage for the Stockingfield canal path closure. The sign should be yellow. The diversion for city centre is rather lengthy from this direction, and those with local knowledge may be better going via Glenfinnan Road instead. The ... [more]

Light segregation installed on the Colleges Route cycle lanes in Clarence Drive. The armadillos break for the pedestrian crossing. The first time I've seen the lane this clear in ages.

Light segregation installed on the Colleges Route cycle lanes in Clarence Drive. A big improvement on #112288. Ahead are two parking bays, the first is located outside of the cycle lane, the second is kerbside and the cycle lane goes around ... [more]

Light segregation installed on the Colleges Route cycle lanes in Clarence Drive. The transition between road and bus boarder is rough. The parking bay up ahead has been located outside of the cycle lane.

Light segregation being installed on the Colleges Route cycle lanes in Clarence Drive.

Markings read: COVID-19 Maintain Social Distance

Woolson New Cut greenway. New tarmac surface, but not really wide enough.

Shortcut between Clifton Road and Rustat Road.

The abandoned Raleigh bike that was an integral part of this Banksy seems to have been stolen...

Signs of surfacing work on the new ncn51 jetty below rail and Trail bridges

Pedestrian/Cycle swing bridge.

Pedestrian / cycle lift bridge

Trafford Wharf

Cycleway signalled crossing

A new secure cycle hub (with fob access) has opened at Market Harborough station.

Harvey Goodwin Avenue

Harvey Goodwin Avenue

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Mock-up of a idea to improve access to the footway cycle parking. Motor vehicles often park right up or overhang the buildout and this creates problems of access to our front door as these other photos show: #6501 and #106944. The ram ... [more]

Kerbs nerds - I need help! I've had a Local Highways Improvement project approved to make a footpath cycle friendly by dropping a kerb & removing/widening a chicane. Despite some back & forth with the county engineer I haven't succeeded in ... [more]

< Construction of the last missing part of the cycling route alongside the Malý Dunaj (Little Danube) in Vrakuňa, Bratislava, has begun. > November 2020

Voi escooters plying for trade on Trinity Street, Cambridge.

Round Church Street of a Sunday afternoon. Queue to order your hot drink on the left, wait on the right until it is ready.

The first #Hebrew #FietsVlonder in #TelAviv. #bicycle #parklette. #Parking space for one single #car gives way for 12 bicycles to park. Great for local businesses. #Florentin neighborhood, Tel Aviv https://t.co/ImXk738jCG

I guess the pedestrian zone between 1030 and 2230 thing is no longer happening then? https://t.co/1ylV6wUZqZ

The shared use path to War Memorial Park has finally reopened

All these bikes for Parkside school.

Transport and delivery 2020, Cambridge

Still a lot of bits of crane and counterweight on site after installation of Chisholm Trail river bridge

As well as the bearing and sliders previously identified, the Chisholm Trail river bridge appears also to rest - at least for the moment - on a pair of adjustable jacks at each end.

It seems to be quite random whether the infill triangles on the Chisholm Trail river bridge have 2, 3, or 4 fastenings.

Large crane extensively dismantled for transport after installing Chisholm Trail river bridge

Pillbox next to Chisholm Trail river bridge

More sheet piling for work on river bank or culvert, and ultimately ncn51

New sheet piling now encloses quite a big area, though whether it's the location of the culvert for ncn51 to cross the brook is still not clear.

It is now clear, I think, that the mysterious exposed re-bar on the abutments is to do with interfacing the approach ramp with the bridge surface.

Work in the north compound on Tue 10/11/20 is all to do with shipping out the parts of the big crane, but some lucky chaps have already walked on the new Chisholm Trail river bridge.

Chisholm Trail river bridge: first hints of sunshine in situ

Chisholm Trail river bridge

Chisholm Trail river bridge installed, crane not yet dismantled.

Chisholm Trail river bridge emerges from the mist: Sunday 8/11/20

Building work in progress on the Barnwell cafe site that is also the location of the Chisholm Trail underpass.

New scaffolding, presumably for access to the expansion bearing as the Chisholm Trail river bridge is installed.

Renewed sheet piling to facilitate culvert for ncn51 to cross the brook near the eastern end of the new jetty

Crane for Chisholm Trail river bridge - temporary landscape feature

Crane for Chisholm Trail river bridge - briefly 'part of the landscape'.

The protected cycle lane on Victoria Bridge and the narrow painted lane it replaced.

Armadillos protecting a wide cycle lane on Victoria Bridge.

The tops have been sliced off some of the armadillos on Victoria Bridge.

Intermittent armadillo protection for cycle lane on Gorbals Street and onto Victoria Bridge.

Another short section of cycle lane in Gorbals Street, this time with armadillos.

The painted cycle lane on Gorbals Street zig-zags around some parking bays before returning to the kerbside.

Cycling on Gorbals Street. A two-way facility is due to be built as part of the South City Way, so this is temporary.

Working on the sheet piling that will facilitate the installation of a culvert for ncn51 to cross the realigned brook.

Crane to install Chisholm Trail river bridge

Crane to install Chisholm Trail river bridge

Crane for Chisholm Trail bridge lift

Crane assembly continues for Chisholm Trail bridge lift: Weds 4th p.m.

Coldham’s Common

Pressing on with assembling the crane for the Chisholm Trail river bridge

Crane to lift Chisholm Trail river bridge

Crane to lift Chisholm Trail river bridge

Some (at least) of the components of the big crane are already on site

Beginning to assemble the crane that will install the Chisholm Trail river bridge

Bus lane on Euston Road.

Segregated cycleway on Euston Road.

Two tier racks near Euston Station.

Cycling under the bridge, a bit narrow due to footway user interaction

River boat terminal entrance

Entry to the river boat, around £7 from here to Battersea

Cycleway near the Dome

”Never look back”, says the painted footway user

Thames Path, could do with a bit more visibility here though

Segregated cycleway on the Thames Path, badly surfaced now

Segregated cycleway on the Thames Path, badly surfaced now

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