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No turns between the new St Rollox Drive and Keppochhill Drive. There is also no connection from the cycleway to Keppochhill Drive industrial estate. Must U-turn at the Keppochhill Road junction crossing.

The new road layout at the junction of Fountainwell Road and St Rollox Drive does not include a connection to the new cycleway. The speed of some of the traffic on the new road seemed quite high.

A new toucan crossing at the junction of Keppochhill Road, Carlisle Street and St Rollox Drive, the new road across the northern edge of the Sighthill redevelopment.

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Blazing vine Location: , Cambridge District (England, UK) England can't compete with New England's autumn colours but all around Cambridge the vines are catching fire. Most of them are on venerable college buildings, but this beauty i ... [more]

The road past the south side of London Bridge suddenly becomes one-way, although there's room for a contraflow cycle lane - most cyclists keep going anyway, as there's almost no motor traffic.

NCN route 4 passing beneath CS7

The only purpose this junction has is to allow high speed left turns. It's duplicated by the left turn at the junction a little further east. Crossing this junction as a pedestrian can be difficult, especially given the speed of traffic h ... [more]

Turning right from the ring road into Mill Road.

NCN6 approaching Windermere seen from bus

NCN6 Main Street Staveley taken from bus

The road along the beach at Carnac-Plage has been narrowed, the contraflow cycle lane removed (but not the car parking) and a wider footway provided which is open for slow cycling.

The road along the beach at Carnac-Plage has been narrowed, the contraflow cycle lane removed (but not the car parking) and a wider footway provided which is open for slow cycling.

Baud, Brittany - lots of cars, no cycle facilities, no cycle parking.

Baldock Road: Keeping the verges clear of stored motor vehicles using a physical barrier.

This is just a footway at the end of the former tramway through Carolles - cyclists should rejoin the road.

New cycleway and a bit of continuous footway too.

New cycleway and a continuous footway, too.

The pedestrian phase counts down in green while it is permitted to cross, then after a bit of flashing counts down in red while you’re exto wait.

Advance stop line and Oslo’s opera house in the background.

Cycle lane on route E18

Countdown in red until pedestrians 🚶‍♀️ can cross.

Oslo's mall - Karl Johans Gate

Karl Johan’s Gate from the palace on a Tuesday morning.

Junction marked with places for two-stage left turns.

Oslo

Refreshed crop of electric scooters.

Oslo contra flow

Scooters, moped, cycle, pedestrians on a tram route.

Narrow footway used by many cyclists going uphill.

Ring 3 cycle route, Oslo

Ring 3 cycle route, Oslo

Ring 3 cycle route, Oslo

Smestad, Oslo

Smestad, Oslo

Oslo

Oslo

Oslo

Oslo

Quite a contrast to my earlier photos - much more public space now Caen's tram system is in operation.

Oslo Majorstuen The same location eight years earlier: #32370.

Oslo

No entry except cycles in Oslo

Uphill in Oslo

Oslo advance stop line

Karl Johans Gate, Oslo

Big junction

Oslo

Oslo

Oslo advance stop line

Oslo

Winding uphill on city bikes.

Oslo marathon

Oslo

Oslo

Cycleway

Oslo marathon cheering on the runners.

Oslo sculptures

Oslo marathon

Oslo cycle lanes.

Wide shoulders but no other cycle facilities on the new Vallon-Pont-d'Arc bypass

An Extinction Rebellion ride heads towards Mill Road from the starting point on Parker's Piece, see #110722.

A typical sight throughout Britain - if a car can't drive along it, let's not bother looking after it. This could be part of a good route between Tyldesley and Bolton but its poor condition renders it an unattractive proposition. Further ... [more]

Gate feature at this edge of Whittlesford.

Another narrow bridge over the Dordogne - but there's so little traffic here, cyclists should be fine.

Cycles are permitted on the main street of Rocamadour; but not on the lifts (to the right).

An unmarked crossing in Northampton. Notice the flat bricks, presumably to help mobility scooter users.

Charles Bradlaugh Statue, Northampton Founder of the National Secular society according to: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Bradlaugh

Northampton

Contraflow cycling in Northampton.

Route from Northampton Station into town.

The Pont Miret over the Dordogne - there's virtually no traffic on these roads so you shouldn't get stuck halfway across.

This narrow street cuts through a pedestrian area at a junction where there is very poor visibility, ideally it should be closed to motor vehicles. There's a 20mph roundel here, but even that is too fast for the intersection.

Hereford should open the one way streets to two way cycling.

20 mph zone in Hereford

Hereford passing the Volunteer pub on NCN46/44 where there is on street car storage on both sides.

The Straight Mile to the eastern edge of Hereford.

The Straight Mile to the eastern edge of Hereford.

The Straight Mile to the eastern edge of Hereford.

Footway cycleway Hereford.

Industrial road where a cycleway crosses.

Walkers ahead, NCN44

NCN44

NCN44 NCN46

Greenway NCN44

Hereford

Newton Farm estate

Bollard at access to park.

NCN46 old railway route crosses here.

Shared use, Hereford

Isolated bit of bike lane approaching Whitecross Road, Hereford

Grimmer Road, Hereford toucan crossing.

Grimmer Road, Hereford

Station Road ends and becomes Grimmer Road.

This road was spoiled for us by close passing impatient motor traffic. We took the recommendation of this sign to turn right towards Holmer - Grimmer Road!

An unpleasant crossing point of Hereford's race track of a ring road. At least this is traffic signal controlled and there's some attempt at cycle markings.

An unpleasant crossing point of Hereford's race track of a ring road. At least this is traffic signal controlled and there's some attempt at cycle markings.

Broad Street, Hereford - this and many other streets here really ought to be made two way for cycling.

This is a bit of a dead end for cycling as there's not a nice way to cross the race track that is this ring road. The subway is No Cycling. The dual carriageway has a railing preventing at grade crossing, and anyway there is aggressive spe ... [more]

This quiet looking pedestrian route in the centre of Hereford is spoilt by motor traffic crossing right to left here on a narrow road with very poor visibility.

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