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Parking needs to be enforced here. cars are parking across the whole pavement on a very dangerous corner.

Pathway from entrance of Shell garage to the turnoff of Mackenade avenue should be made a little bit larger for those who have a push chair or those who have a few family members/friends walking with them

Track to Montignac and Conques

Not safe for kids crossing to get to school

Details of the steps down from the Stockingfield Bridge. There is a wheeling ramp (with the usual problems they entail), but once the bridge is properly open, using the main ramp will be far more attractive for those cycling. See also #1864 ... [more]

A new footbridge needs to be built. It is dangerously narrow. Prams cannot access it and have to cross a very busy road. Pupils from the near by school cannot exit the school safely due to it being so narrow

Level and untidy paths is everywhere

A new footbridge needs to be built. It is dangerously narrow. Prams cannot access it and have to cross a very busy road. Pupils from the nearby school cannot exit the school safely due to it being so narrow.

Pedestrian crossing required here

Cars parked on pavement regularly encroach to an extent that makes walking dificult

The path under the railway here called the Cattle Arch is unsafe during the evening, especially in the winter, as the tunnel becomes very dark. As the route is used primarily by those on their way to and from school I feel some form of ligh ... [more]

Often overgrown foot path which is inaccessible

Passage under M2 which often floods at entrance and has poor lighting

Junction at West Avenue is extremely busy, especially with HGVs turning in to industrial estate. Crossing it can be difficult and views are often obscured by parked cars. A pedestrian crossing should be installed.

Another bridleway towards the Bakers Pit Nature Reserve - not on the online maps, and not much use for cyclists.

Public footpath west from Carbis Bay station - shown as a cycleway on OpenCycleMap. Hmmm.

The finger sign has gone, and it's not shown on the online maps, but there should be a bridleway here.

The finger sign has gone, and it's not shown on the online maps, but there should be a bridleway here.

Cut-through past Trewartha care home, Carbis Bay - not on the online maps.

Cut-through to primary school, Carbis Bay - not on the online maps.

Cut-through to primary school, Carbis Bay - not on the online maps.

Bridleway to Bakers Pit Nature Reserve

Bridleway above Penzance

Junction of bridleways above Penzance

There is no safe access to the church by foot after the existing walkway ends.

CiclovĂ­a de un sentido

Entrance to cycleway

Ramps added to the canal bridges along the river bank - very helpful for tourists with wheeled luggage.

View of the very busy Accademia footbridge, from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection museum, on the Grand Canal, Venice.

Dearne Way footpath / track.

Dearne Way footpath / track. Between Darton Station and Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

Dearne Way footpath next to the River Dearne. This is an alternative route for cyclists to the Yorkshire Sculpture park. Roughly 2.5 miles from the southern entrance 3 miles from the main entrance.

'Modal filter' and No Cycling signs on the Brittany coastal path

Very narrow footpath- footpath could be easily widened as space there for parked cars.

Very narrow foot path for so many pedestrians. Would be good to widen footpaths and prioritise children getting to school safely.

The council have made the road one way at Greystone Avenue. This means that car journeys are now twice as long as there is only one way back to my home. I tried walking a journey I do 4 times a day with a pram and a 3 year old. The pavement ... [more]

End of cycleable track to the beach at Port-Serein

Ramps have been added to some bridges over the canals by the Riva in Venice. Some are temporary structures made of scaffolding poles, but this one in front of the Danieli hotel has a permanent feel.

No pavement , traffic is too fast for safe walking

This is the only safe off road route from Goodnestone to Graveney, but the stiles over the train track make it inaccessible for anyone with buggies or who has mobility issues. There are no livestock so should be removed.

Pavement often blocked by cars opposite the Histon Road Rec entrance. Add bollards to stop drivers mounting it.

Very useful cut-through for trips to and from Mayfield School, Roundabout and Histon Road Rec, but there is a lot of clutter at the Windsor Road end and it is difficult to use with a bike trailer or a cargo bike.

Pavement on both sides of the road very uneven and full of trip hazards. It is often damaged by large vehicles turning; longer protective barriers might help.

There is a short stretch (approx 30 metres) of road with no pavement on either side. This means pedestrians, dog walkers etc, coming out of Porters Lane and heading to Faversham have to walk in the road facing 50mph single carriageway traff ... [more]

[Image taken 10.9.22] Terry Avenue (Millennium Bridge/Butcher Terrace end), York. [Note: No street view at this location.] The route is slowly reopening after the Clementhorpe flood works (context and links: #164634). But why has CYC not ta ... [more]

[UPDATE: First the sign, then the sand disappeared. I hope the latter was cleared up by humans rather than dispersed by wind, rain and/or the movement of people over it. But another instance has appeared on the opposite corner: #186293.] Im ... [more]

This circle could be reduced to one lane wide. Speed calming and pedestrian friendly.

This circle could be reduced to one lane wide. Speed calming and pedestrian friendly.

This circle could be reduced to one lane wide. Speed calming and pedestrian friendly.

This circle could be reduced to one lane wide. Speed calming and pedestrian friendly.

This circle could be reduced to one lane wide. Speed calming and pedestrian friendly.

The zig-zag ramp and steps up from Kelvingrove into the new university campus extension are now open.

The zig-zag ramp and steps up from Kelvingrove into the new university campus extension are now open.

While the Nithsdale Road railway bridge is being rebuilt, the Strathbungo footbridge in Moray Place has been made accessible, in advance of its permanent replacement. The work involves timber ramps at each side, leading to a step-free bridg ... [more]

Cyclable, but steep paths in the Park, Glagow

The Granite Steps, Glasgow

Steep but cyclable path down from Hill Street, Glasgow

Not easy to see, but to the left beyond the railway is a track (with overhead lighting) that should be better used.

South Queensferry High Street is now one way except cyclists.

Bad signage on footpath

Bad signage on footpath

Bad signage on footpath

Bad signage on footpath

Footpath needed for pedestrians on this dangerous rat run

Footpath needed for pedestrians on this dangerous rat run

Footpath needed for pedestrians on this dangerous rat run

Footpath needed for pedestrians on this dangerous rat run

Footpath needed for pedestrians on this dangerous rat run

Footpath needed for pedestrians on this dangerous rat run

Improve signage of footpath across closed golf course

Improve signage of footpath across closed golf course

Improve signage of footpath across golf course

Improve signage of footpath across golf course

Improve signage of footpath across golf course

Drop curb(s) needed to to make it easier and accessible to cross Weald Court

Mountain biker and route signs

Bridge to Evolene

Riverside route from Evolene to Les Hauderes

Riverside route from Les Hauderes to Evolene

Link from the riverside route from Les Hauderes to Evolene

Link from the riverside route from Les Hauderes to Evolene

Riverside route from Les Hauderes to Evolene

[Image taken 26.8.22] Clifton Backies, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location.] Narrow, overgrown, rough, uneven... Other image here today and links: #185797.

Chaos - hikers on the Tour du Mont Blanc and the Haute Route, a week of trail-running races, AND mountain bikers on a trail that really doesn't have room for them.

[More recent image this problem here and links: #186002] [Image taken 24.8.22] Clifton Backies, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location. Position approximate.] The drought is taking a toll on all the traffic-free non-road routes around ... [more]

To walk from Bapchild to Teynham is dangerous. The path is too narrow, cool chain lorries almost sweep you off your feet and there is no lighting. When you get nearer to Teynham the cars and vans park so far onto the pavement you have to go ... [more]

Remove concrete pyramid things on the side of the road to provide cycle path from High St junction to Spon Lane (at least)

Reallocate one of two lanes on the underpass and to the High Street to pedestrians and cyclists to open up access to the park

Would you consider opening up footpath access from Great Central Way to Mini Roundabout between ASDA filling station and ASDA supermarket? Or from Great Central Way to ASDA supermarket Car Park? There is already a narrow access there. This ... [more]

Extremely unsafe crossing for pedestrians, specially at peak times for children and parents with pushchairs. A crossing is urgently needed!

There are several areas around my village from Vicarage Lane- parts of School Lane and The Street that have areas with no pavements and families have to walk in the narrow roads which can be dangerous.All these roads circumnavigate our vil ... [more]

[Image taken 19.8.22] West Esplanade, York.[NOTE: No streetview at this location.] Thus is a shared route for non motorised users. It does not meet current minimum standards of width or sight lines. I was assured a year ago this was in hand ... [more]

[Image taken 19.8.22] West Esplanade, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] Context and links: #185671.

This path is so overgrown it is unusable

Nowhere for pedestrians to shelter safely from passing traffic. This route is used by many including the elderly, parents with prams/buggies and school children daily. There is no pavement.

This is the only safe off road route from Goodnestone to Graveney, but the stiles over the train track make it inaccessible for anyone with buggies or who has mobility issues. There are no livestock so should be removed.

Convoluted crossing infrastructure prioritises motor vehicle movement over people walking and cycling

No pedestrian crossing to allow access to/from Leeds Liverpool Canal

Crossing needed here to allow access to bus stop on east side of Ring Road (speed limit is 60mph)

Improvements could be made to the entrance of these footpaths. More signage, and cleared shrubbery

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