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Photo listing : road environments (good practice)

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St John's Place modal filter from 1985. Station Parade was a rat run before these bollards went in.

Hazel Gap, where 5 different trails lead off in different directions crossing the sometimes busy and often very fast A616 road. A great junction point for cycling especially when accessing Clumber Park from wherever. Taken from the path tha ... [more]

An old modal filter that allows walking and cycling, but not driving.

Community Library

[Image taken 18.2.21] York: Do not overtake cyclists signs are in place at works at the junction of Crichton Avenue and Wigginton Roads. I was pleased to see these signs. I believe the first example appeared in the city in 2020. I had ... [more]

Traffic calming with cycle bypass entering Comberton on this surprisingly busy road.

Success - Norfolk Street now a School Street - long overdue given the danger shown at #91918 and #10532

Two out of three lanes removed from the side road as part of 20mph programme. This has created a much safer junction for pedestrians and cyclists at a well known pinch point. Wands could then be carried further over the junction.

Red Cross Lane, with very welcome new parking restrictions.

Advanced green phase for cyclists north- and southbound under the Edgware Road flyover

Approach to the traffic free section of Academy Way Cycle symbols encourage cyclists to adopt a sensible road position to avoid left hooks.

Panton Street experimental traffic order allowing two-way cycling and prohibiting through motor traffic.

Panton Street has an experimental traffic order changing this section to one-way except cycles.

Panton Street two-way for cycling at last (experimental order).

Changed priority, giving cyclists using Kings’s Parade priority, which is much safer and more sensible given the lack of traffic using Silver Street these days.

Changed priority, giving cyclists using Kings’s Parade priority, which is much safer and more sensible given the lack of traffic using Silver Street these days.

Changed priority, giving cyclists using Kings’s Parade priority, which is much safer and more sensible given the lack of traffic using Silver Street these days.

Altered priorities at the Silver / Trumpington St junction. Part of Tranche 2 of the active travel programme.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme. The two planters have been moved from their proper positions by vandals.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Trial filter installation as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme. Motorists have parked in this manner to stop other motorists driving along the pavement to bypass the filters.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Trial filter as part of a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood in Levenshulme.

Neuer Wall. Closed to private car traffic. With Christmas lights and a temporary full closure in the course of an event.

Temporary reconstruction of the Jungfernstieg in the course of the closure for private motor traffic

Temporary reconstruction of the Jungfernstieg in the course of the closure for private motor traffic

Have your say on Mill Road

Outside Nando’s: the foreground the marker on the ground advises customers to wait there if they are collecting. The next marker indicates where the “Rider” should wait for their next delivery.

Large hatched extension to the central island has made a huge improvement here. Traffic speed are now much lower. This could be further improved by installing a proper cobbled runoff zone on the hatched area to discourage drivers from cutti ... [more]

The Carter Bridge merges with Devonshire Road.

Traffic calming on a new development in Cambridge.

Marmora Road build out at junction with Suez Road. There is a dropped kerb within the buildout.

De Beauvoir Low Traffic Neighbourhood. Putting people before cars since 1974.

Toucan Crossing of Babraham Road now open.

Cambridge, Xmas lights switch on

Bus lane on Euston Road.

Bus lane on Euston Road.

Cycle lane on Euston Road.

Segregated cycleway and floating bus stop on Euston Road.

Segregated cycleway on Euston Road.

Pedestrian priority at sideroads

Wheeling channel up the steps to the bridge

Near the power station development

Pathways near the power station development

Nice area near the river boat terminal by the Dome

Minor roadway near the Dome

Raised walkway providing an excellent architectural feature

Pedestrianised area near the station leading the Dome

New layout for social distancing, basically showing that pavements can and should be widened while traffic will still cope

New layout for social distancing, basically showing that pavements can and should be widened while traffic will still cope

Mill Road without the traffic danger

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Outdoor dining area at the Grafton Centre during COVID-19. Shame Mill Road traders never bothered to ask for the same during the summer.

Mill Road without the congestion, now that through-traffic has been removed

Queue across new #Cycleway9 to bus stop on #ChiswickHighRd. In early-1900s pedestrians collided with oncoming traffic while running for trams. When #CW9 opens could people running for a bus collide with oncoming 2-way cyclists, injuring bot ... [more]

Traffic on the road crossing the pedestrian route through the spa of Bad Harzburg has red lights as a default and always has to wait.

Hamilton Road, Felixstowe

Space for pedestrians reclaimed from vehicles

Expanded pedestrian space

Felixstowe

Felixstowe

Anne Street, Felixstowe

Cycling contraflow in Felixstowe.

Hamilton Road, Felixstowe

Hamilton Road, Felixstowe

Hamilton Road, Felixstowe

Hamilton Road, Felixstowe

Space for one car at a time on this two-way bridge in Copenhagen

Mill Road much safer now

School Streets road closure to Hatton Park Primary School, Longstanton

School Streets road closure to Hatton Park Primary School, Longstanton

The centre line has been replaced with wide cycle lanes since the Google satellite photo was taken - but the Street View is correct.

"We have allowed our residential areas to become a pressure release valve for the main roads. The answer...is not to...allow them to accommodate even more cars [but] deliver holistic approaches to reduce the overall number...That shouldn't ... [more]

Drummond Street two way cycling

Drummond Street two way cycling

Very Dutch - two wide advisory cycle lanes and one lane for motor vehicles, which have to carefully move into the cycle lanes to pass.

Al-fresco dining at Espresso Library, Cambridge’s bicycle cafe

Shared space with more outdoor seating during COVID

Pavement widening to give more space for distancing; see the 2m sign painted on the roadway

Pavement widening for social distancing

Pedestrianised area

Width restriction and cycle bypasses, Tufnell Park

King’s Parade, basically now pedestrianised.

Nightingale Avenue modal filter

Nightingale Avenue modal filer

Bus stop extended in line with temporary pavement widening

The old bridge has been cut off, as part of a radically-improved pedestrian and cycle environment - see #93008 for the previous layout

School Safety Zone in Byker

Closure to through-traffic

Fish Quay closed to through-traffic, to enable social distancing

Fish Quay closed to through-traffic, to enable social distancing

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