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Segregated cycle path along Southsea sea front. Good in that it is segregated from the road and inside the parking, with a separating zone; less good in that it is too narrow for a two way track.

This image shows how far a cyclist joining the Guided Busway path from the Primrose Lane development in Impington has to protrude into the path to be able to see clearly cyclists heading towards Oakington, because of the noise barrier. (Se ... [more]

Although this entrance onto the Guided Busway cycle path is obvious from this side the layout makes it almost invisible coming the other way (see #56132)

Hidden entrance onto the Guided Busway cycle path, where noise the barrier ends, invisible to users of this path even in daylight. (See #56133 for the view from the other direction.)

The right way to deal with closure of a cycle lane for roadworks - rather than the usual "Cyclists Dismount". Note that the smaller sign behind instructs drivers not to overtake cyclists because of narrow lanes. (Although not entirely cle ... [more]

This sign indicates a shared use cycle path but is located just where it stops being shared use. The sign behind it (facing the other way,see #19719) says Cyclists Dismount - just at the start of the cycle route. So clearly these signs ar ... [more]

Missing end of cycle route signs here; although parked cars efffectively enforce this

This road is effectively shared space, but is the brickwork being used to suggest a footway to one side?

There is no indication of who has priority here, with the red cycleway crossing access to the houses beyond in a kind of shared space area

A road this wide could easily have had cycle lanes added, especially if the footway had been made less wide and parking created elsewhere.

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