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113040Photo #113040Continuous pavement design recently installed in Norwich.

I give them kudos for trying. It's not up to Dutch standards & doesn't quite meet the criteria laid out by robertweetman.wordpress.com/2019/10/01/design-details-2/

However, I like the message being sent by the county council: walking & cycling gets priority. That's important.
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
113030Photo #113030Can you see the danger?Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
113029Photo #113029Local Highways Improvement completed (Jan 13, 2020): removal of exclusionary chicane barriers and replacement with safe, rubberised bollard.

Ed: Related tweet:
twitter.com/StephenEglen/status/1217094355841884161

Previously the chicane looked like this: #15678 (as seen from the other side)
Obstruction:
Good practice
obstructions
112605Photo #112605New 'Zebra' crossing on Network Rail land has mysteriously appeared near where the old crossing used to be.Other:
Infrastructure
general
112604Photo #112604A pair of people enjoying handcycles on the Busway path.Other:
Infrastructure
general
112476Photo #112476A rather steep upstand for a supposedly 'flush' Cambridge kerb.

This could easily cause someone to come off their bike if they didn't know, especially in the wet.
Road environment:
Problem
road
112475Photo #112475Beware of cyclists & edestrians and keep an eye out for any P you might see.General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
112474Photo #112474Still a useless 'cycle lane' with cars parked in it. As they are allowed to do...single yellow line.Car storage:
Problem
carstorage
112473Photo #112473It's December 28th. Seems like they've scheduled a whole lot of work for December 30th-31st!General sign/notice:
Event
signs
112472Photo #112472...at the last second you may notice the new, dangerously-placed bollard behind the first one.

(see www.cyclestreets.net/location/112471/)
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
112471Photo #112471Coming down the Jane Coston Bridge on the south side you see one bollard....

(continues here: www.cyclestreets.net/location/112472/)
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
112470Photo #112470Cyclist navigating past new bollard. Due to awkward arrangement of bollards (the sharp curve) most everyone winds up on the right-side of the bollard instead of the left, creating further conflict with people heading north.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
112469Photo #112469County (re)installed a new bollard in a dangerous location (around a blind corner) where its predecessor was removed a while ago.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
111041Photo #111041Cat-on pathCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
111040Photo #111040Cambridge in a nutshell.Other:
Misc
general
111039Photo #111039What it used to look like.Other:
Infrastructure
general
111038Photo #111038A bit of Dutch style cycling, mother and baby, on the DNA path. Nice to see.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
111037Photo #111037Guardrail is shit.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
111033Photo #111033New cycleway and a continuous footway, too.Road environment:
Good practice
road
111032Photo #111032New cycleway and a bit of continuous footway too.Road environment:
Good practice
road
111022Photo #111022Showing around visitors from the Dutch Cycling Embassy.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
110046Photo #110046Just opened - the remaining part of the GCP Cross City Cycling Scheme for Arbury Road that was planned a few years ago.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
110045Photo #110045A brand new Zebra on Arbury Road.Road environment:
Good practice
road
109099Photo #109099Green End Road opening ceremonial rideDutch-style cycleway:
Good practice
dutchcycleways
109098Photo #109098Green End Road opening ceremony, a happy straggler.Dutch-style cycleway:
Good practice
dutchcycleways
109097Photo #109097Mill Road Summer evening July 4thOther:
Event
general
106368IconPhoto #106368Pretty although muddy pathway through flowers. Right alongside the A1(M) with motorists flying by just metres away on massive tarmacked road. Very noisy.Other:
Infrastructure
general
106367Photo #106367Probably the best sign/way-finding I saw the entire time.Other:
Infrastructure
general
106366Photo #106366In the bear pitOther:
Infrastructure
general
106365Photo #106365Crossing of two cycleways with priority markings for the steeper one.Other:
Infrastructure
general
106364Photo #106364In the bear pitOther:
Infrastructure
general
106362Photo #106362In the bear pitOther:
Infrastructure
general
106361Photo #106361Corroded surface on park pathwayOther:
Infrastructure
general
106359Photo #106359A Stevenage cyclist, dressed for warfare.Other:
Infrastructure
general
106357Photo #106357'floating' bus stop in StevenageOther:
Infrastructure
general
106355Photo #106355Even a driveway gets priority over Stevenage cycleways.Other:
Infrastructure
general
106354Photo #106354New bollards, same old crap crossingOther:
Infrastructure
general
106353Photo #106353'Crossing the street' in Stevenage.Other:
Infrastructure
general
106352Photo #106352One of those funny things you find in Stevenage, a funny bit of underpass that connects two small marginal roads. Probably overkill since it is going under a relatively small road. But something. Especially given that at-grade crossings in Stevenage are generally poorly designed.Other:
Infrastructure
general
106351Photo #106351some bits of grade separation in StevenageCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
106350Photo #106350Tiny subway wouldn't be complete without a 'cyclists dismount' sign of course.Other:
Infrastructure
general
106349Photo #106349field edge path right next to the dual carriageway Hitchin Road leading to the massive motorway junctionOther:
Infrastructure
general
106348Photo #106348bit of a narrow rutted path through a some farms, next to a massive motorway junctionOther:
Infrastructure
general
106347Photo #106347nice field though surface is in bad shapeOther:
Infrastructure
general
106346Photo #106346ah, the national mud wrestling network,

incidentally you can cycle here, if you dare

Ed: "Turf Lane" the clue's in the name 😉
Track:
Infrastructure
track
106345Photo #106345a lonesome tree

muddy, dirt surface
Other:
Infrastructure
general
106344Photo #106344mudOther:
Infrastructure
general
106343Photo #106343Pretty field and trees, muddy surface, right next to big massive motorway on the other side of the hedge -- which doesn't protect you from the noise.Other:
Infrastructure
general
106342Photo #106342bit of tarmac farm roadOther:
Infrastructure
general
106341Photo #106341Combined Toucan and Pegasus crossing!Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
106340Photo #106340Mud / dustOther:
Infrastructure
general
106339Photo #106339Muddy cycle route next to gigantic motorway junction at Letchworth.Other:
Infrastructure
general
106338Photo #106338Pretty pathway sandwiched between a farm field and the A1(M).

It is very noisy here, sadly, which spoils it. The flowers are nice but it is a little galling that I have to cycle in the mud next to one of the widest, smoothest motorways in the country.
Other:
Infrastructure
general
106337Photo #106337Under the A1(M)Other:
Infrastructure
general
106336Photo #106336Faded and cracked cycleways, car priority.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
106335Photo #106335The END of the national cycle network. Or not. However, the big blue sign pointing to the right is incorrect. You are 'supposed' to go straight if you are following NCR 12. Good luck figuring that out. There is no Toucan crossing in any case. However there is a Pegasus crossing! It's a bridleway! I guess you are supposed to use that, and make like a horse.Road environment:
Problem
road
106334Photo #106334Horrendous A-frame barrier that stops anyone with a tricycle, recumbent, or any form of adapted cycle for people with disabilities.

Even more horribly, this is right next to the Woolgrove school, for special needs, thus ensuring that the children who use specially adapted cycles will not be able to safely cycle to school.

If the UK were a civilised country the councillors and officers responsible for this travesty would be held accountable by the courts.
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
106333Photo #106333Horrendous A-frame barrier that stops anyone with a tricycle, recumbent, or any form of adapted cycle for people with disabilities.

Even more horribly, this is right next to the Woolgrove school, for special needs, thus ensuring that the children who use specially adapted cycles will not be able to safely cycle to school.

If the UK were a civilised country the councillors and officers responsible for this travesty would be held accountable by the courts.
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
106332Photo #106332Other:
Infrastructure
general
106331Photo #106331horrendous A-frame barrier that stops anyone with a tricycle, recumbent, or any form of adapted cycle for people with disabilitiesObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
106330Photo #106330lost in sustranslation...General sign/notice:
Problem
signs
106329Photo #106329Oncoming ducks have priority!Other:
Infrastructure
general
106328Photo #106328Unusual shared use and mopeds sign in Stevenage.

"And Mopeds"

twitter.com/walking_boston/status/1101943068608155648
General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
105871Photo #105871Conceptual cross-section for Chesterton Road with protected cycleway, separate footway, and an avenue of trees in planted grass verges.Dutch-style cycleway:
Good practice
dutchcycleways
104528Photo #104528Cross City Cycling scheme in progress, improving shared-use pavements on either side of Horningsea Road - B1047.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
104527Photo #104527HB2 double height kerbs

stops pavement parking perhaps
Road environment:
Good practice
road
103599Photo #103599Red painted crossing at Winship Road junction.Other:
Infrastructure
general
103598Photo #103598Red painted crossing at Winship Road junction.Other:
Infrastructure
general
103597Photo #103597Red painted crossing at Winship Road junction.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
103590Photo #103590Current state of transition between Whitehouse Lane & footpath parallel with Darwin Green orbital cycleway. Whitehouse Lane is primarily being used as a haul road for construction right now, it has a broken up surface & is busy with construction vehicles.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103589Photo #103589Temporary orbital cycleway in Darwin Green construction site.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103588Photo #103588Reinstated footpath in Darwin Green construction site parallel to future orbital cycleway. About 2m wide.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103587Photo #103587Footpath under construction in Darwin Green, parallel with future orbital cycleway.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103586Photo #103586Temporary orbital cycleway in Darwin Green construction site.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
103585Photo #103585Reinstated footpath with sealed surface. Appears to be 2m wide, in a 4.5m-ish corridor. Orbital cycleway should run in parallel with this when works are completed.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
102666Photo #102666Stepped cycle track with painted priority over side roads.

Dropped kerb technology leaves something to be desired here however.
Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
102665Photo #102665They don't like music here.General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
102664Photo #102664Quiet country road up the hill to Aurel Vlaicu and the monastery. Marked as having a 'cycle track' on OSM but quite clearly it should have been marked as a recommended 'cycle route' instead.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
102663Photo #102663Yellow line on the pavement - 'cycle infrastructure' in Sighișoara.Road environment:
Problem
road
102579Photo #102579Some of the villages around here had surprisingly very high quality pavements along the country roads and quite a few people cycling. I'm told that cycling has been a common means of transport for villagers for over a century. Unsurprising since it's cheap and simple, and probably only became more dangerous when car ownership levels rose in relatively recent history. From Google Streetview it looks like these pavements have been recently renovated, which explains the quality. (Location may be off, since we were just passing through)Other:
Good practice
general
102578Photo #102578An attempt at providing lightly segregated cycle infrastructure, here shown at a roundabout, including a walking and cycling priority crossing. The quality is poor but it's clearly a starting point for a city where not much is expected. Surprisingly, I only saw one car parked in the cycleway; given that drivers here seem to selfishly shove their cars into any and every available space, perhaps that is progress.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
102577Photo #102577An attempt at providing lightly segregated cycle infrastructure, here shown at a roundabout, including a walking and cycling priority crossing. The quality is poor but it's clearly a starting point for a city where not much is expected. Surprisingly, I only saw one car parked in the cycleway; given that drivers here seem to selfishly shove their cars into any and every available space, perhaps that is progress.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
102575Photo #102575Horribly wide roads filled with insane amounts of motor traffic. Very unpleasant for everyone.

This is no way to build a city. Sad to see the consequences of car-crazed planning visited on the people here.
Road environment:
Problem
road
102574Photo #102574A wide pavement with a really crummy painted cycleway and pavement-parked cars. This side of the city seemed to have worse infrastructure than the other side. But selfish pavement parking is widespread here.Road environment:
Problem
road
102573Photo #102573Pavement parking is the scourge of Romania.Road environment:
Problem
road
102572Photo #102572Pavement parking is the scourge of Romania.Road environment:
Problem
road
102571Photo #102571Paint is not infrastructure, Bucuresti edition.Road environment:
Problem
road
102570Photo #102570'End' of a bidirectional protected cycleway. Joins with another cycleway (coloured red) in a weird, 90-degree fashion, controlled by signals.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
102569Photo #102569A right-turn lane for cycling, controlled by signals, in addition to a bidirectional protected and segregated cycleway.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
102568Photo #102568Separate cycling traffic control signals based on lane. A little crude-looking compared to Dutch or even London examples, but effective.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
102567Photo #102567Easy-boarding bike shareBicycle:
Good practice
bicycles
102566Photo #102566Protected & segregated cycleway in Kielce at a traffic signal junction.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
102565Photo #102565Protected & segregated cycleway at a traffic signal junction in Kielce.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
102563Photo #102563Compact roundabout with parallel walking/cycling priority crossing & bidirectional segregated cycleway as well as Zebras across the cycleway for pedestrians.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
102518Photo #102518Compact roundabout with Zebra crossings in a small Romanian city. Not unusual though, pretty common junction type all over the country. I just happened to be passing through and thought I'd snap a photo. There's also somebody cycling in the roundabout, which I only noticed when I got home and looked at the photo!Road environment:
Good practice
road
101421Photo #101421Where the path meets the perimeter road the highway engineers provide safe crossi... just kidding, they don't give a shit about you, you're just some schmuck on foot or a bike.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
101420Photo #101420Eventually the spine path turns into this.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
101419Photo #101419Path guardian.Other:
Good practice
general
101418Photo #101418Unmaintained path unceremoniously dumps you onto roadway. Someone left me a trolley, how thoughtful.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
101417Photo #101417The Spine Path had some nicer parts that were well maintained and landscaped (despite the dry season killing the grass, sadly).Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways

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