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Photo listing: road environments (good practice)

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This trial filter on Hartington Road is designed to stop ratrunning through the residential estate, by motorists trying to avoid queues of traffic on the A6. A very good idea IMO.

Rail trail Wolverton to Newport Pagnell.

Car parking replaced by space for pedestrians

Flynn campaigned for a crossing here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-01-24/thomas-street-crossing-bayside-glen-eira-council-teen-advocacy/101828578 https://twitter.com/heathryan16/status/1617777423214587904?s=46&t=OgsCC8mon1dEkNrac7asWw

We had it. We lost it. https://t.co/mFxxcs3uso

Pop-up space in the centre of Truro, now with a ramped platform for easier boarding of buses.

The bollard in the left gap is back. (Apologies for the poor quality photo.) Compare with photo a couple of days previously: #189003.

CS3 London

Castle Baynard Street

Castle Baynard Street

This part of Strand at Aldwych has been pedestrianized with cycling permitted.

Rambla del Poblenou

Rambla del Poblenou

Rambla del Poblenou

Rambla del Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Barcelona superblock in Poblenou

Road to Tibidabo, modal filtered section limited to buses, bikes and walkers

Elevator in a hilly area

From tweet: This year, we completed a transformative redesign of Schermerhorn St in downtown #Brooklyn, converting the street to one-way for vehicles & installing a two-way protected #BikeNYC lane (Boerum Pl to 3rd Ave) bringing major … [more]

Tom Amey Court Walking routes are well gritted in this council owned development.

It’s Friday afternoon, so who wouldn’t want a bit of informal side street zebra action from Cardiff (Llandaff North & Whitchurch)? Three locations, four crossings. https://t.co/49tary6dZT

Segregated Cycleway, Clarence Road, Bristol

Segregated Cycleway, Clarence Road, Bristol

Segregated Cycleway, Clarence Road, Bristol

Temple Gate, Bristol

Temple Gate, Bristol

Zebra crossing

The Grove, Bristol

This is the solution for where the cycle path meets the road. https://t.co/QiQlcDqkMc Precise location not yet known.

Park Street, Bristol very steep

A street devoted to eating and drinking.

Protected cycle lanes on the bridge and cars forced to take turns

Toucan crossing on North Canal Bank Street, connecting the cycleway to the bascule bridge over the canal.

Vinery Road modal filter.

[Image taken 22.11.22] Crichton Avenue/Wigginton Road, York. Context: #187857. Note that the Iceland driver did not move into the ASL (bike box). Other image today and links: #187856.

Cardiff Council are trialling simple zebra crossings in a number of locations in Llandaff North and Whitchurch. This one has just been put in on the corner of Bishop's Rd and Merthyr Rd. Drivists on the local Facebooks are livid. … [more]

A new street in Clydebank, Titan Boulevard, at last providing a high quality walking and cycling connection between Clydebank College and the town centre, lining up with Hume Street and Abbotsford Road to link to the canal towpath.

Bright new redmac where Mitcham's Corner has been resurfaced.

Bright new redmac where Mitcham's Corner has been resurfaced.

Bright new redmac where Tenison Road has been resurfaced.

Church Lane filter.

Church Street now permanently filtered.

Bollard storage.

Wide cycle lanes with more space for motor vehicles on the bend.

Narrow road carriageway with wide cycle lanes - there's no doubt which mode is more important here.

Cycle contraflow, 20km/h, pedestrian priority, on a street with lots of independent shops and restaurants

Have a great Thursday! Let’s be bold and courageous like this cyclist in Cambridge transporting their cello - impressive! #thursdayvibes https://t.co/j8uT6UZsT1

New parallel crossing outside the ferry terminal, Plymouth

Washing strung across the street and the only obstacle is a dis-used well.

Hand cart used for refuse collection.

Hand carts for transporting goods between boats, shops and the markets.

Bin bags suspended from third floor windows for collection in the Castello area of venice. Note the uncluttered street, despite washing strung across to the opposite side and a street light affixed to the building.

Venice bin collection: In the morning the bin collectors call out Zeno! and collect rubbish bags left outside doors or suspended by rope from upstairs windows using these large trolleys.

Large handcarts are used for transporting goods arriving by boat to market.

Separate bus and cycleways here - they merge nearer central Dijon.

The cycleway merges with the segregated bus lanes to/from central Dijon here.

Beyond the two lanes for general traffic are two more for buses and cycles only.

There's a succession of traffic-calming features with cycle bypasses along the minor road from St Gervais to Sallanches.

This lamppost is the only hint that there is a Charles Rennie Mackintosh art centre here. It has burned down twice and is obscured by the dense scaffolding. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Rennie_Mackintosh

Wide cycle lane, Finnieston, Glasgow

Contactless method of activating the crossing.

Clyde bridge

Former car parking spaces presumably used for café seating (but not on a Monday)

Pop-up parklet in former car parking spaces in Evolene

[Image taken 10.8.22] Taco Bell, Monks Cross Drive, Huntington, York. The new signage (the banner left) requesting drivers turn off their engines and the previous format (a vulnerable piece of paper in a plastic wallet). Other image here … [more]

[NOTE: On 27.8.22 I was sitting at the tables outside. No-one kept the crossing clear (the flimsy sign in the image has disappeared.) No-one that I noticed turned off their engine. As we were ready to leave an employee came out. I thought … [more]

A binswinger (list price is €886) on the crossings of cycle routes in Wilhelmshaven. This section of the path toward the cemetery is narrow, but otherwise it's good practice.

Segregated parklet Photo by Simone

[Image taken 7.7.22] Waterside, Knaresborough. The iconic viaduct, boats for hire on the river Nidd, open air cafes and it's cycle-friendly too. Other images here today and links: #184213.

New entrance to Saffron Hall, and very rural footpath - cyclists need to stay on the road here.

[UPDATE: On 21.7.22 I saw the Road Closed sign had been removed.] [Image taken 4.7.22] Coppergate (Nessgate end) York. Context: #183629. The planter is no smaller but it now has reflective details. The bashed sign that was on the road is … [more]

[Image taken 25.6.22] Rowntree Wharf, Navigation Road, York. The slotted drain cover has been replaced with one buggy, cycle, scooter, wheelchair wheels can't get trapped in. Context: #182120. Other image here today: #183751. Other images … [more]

Modal Filter - Warrington Central6 streets - Westy LTN

Modal Filter - Warrington Central6 streets - Westy LTN

Modal Filter - Warrington Central6 Streets - Westy LTN

Modal Filter - Warrington Central 6 Streets LTN Sandy Lane no longer a rat run.

[Image taken 17.6.22] Coppergate direction of Pavement/Piccadilly, York. The single cycle logo (see: #183406) has become four. This must hugely reduce any chance of confusion over who should be where. Other images here today and links: … [more]

New shared-space zone covering the whole old town of Cahors

Contraflow cycle lane, Cahors

Cycle contraflow and No Entry Except Cycles, Cahors

Cycle contraflow and No Entry Except Cycles, Cahors

Slow cyclist, with lots of cycle signs and sharrows on the Pont Louis-Philippe, Cahors

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