Donate using PayPal

riccardo

Photos

Showing items 1 to 100 from total of 735 items. Ordered by location # descending.

Location # Icon Video Photo Caption Categorisation
105552Photo #105552Didsbury Manchester Corrections @BBCNWT - road space NOT parking space; Vehicle tax NOT road tax twitter.com/DJLewisUK/status/1093222881448873984 LAs can do something to stop pavement parking @livingstreets @MayorofGM @DJLewisUK @RKilpatrickMCR @Chris_Boardman @gmcycling www.livingstreets.org.uk/policy-and-resources/our-policy/pavement-parking
The vehicle was registered after 20th May 1978 and therefore should have an MOT and it DOES NOT ! twitter.com/DJLewisUK/status/1093222881448873984
twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/1093407207146835968
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
105497Photo #105497Timperley Brooks Drive . The horse stile remains unused. Wouldn't it be better to make the bollard spacing wide enough for the biggest horse but narrow enough to prevent motor car access . Horse riders are using the space between the bollards. Obviously a lot better than the original kissing gate locked gate and horse stile. But it could be whole lot better and welcoming to adapted cycles.Other:
Problem
general
105488Photo #105488Timperley nr Manchester . A cycle lane and a segregated cycle lane are discontinued just when it's needed the most . At the junction the rider is expected to rejoin the road largely unseen and in danger of being left hooked or head on collision from Right turning vehicles.
Simple solution and easy win is a dropped kerb and parallel crossing at the junction .
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
105183Photo #105183Manchester Trafford Sale. Sidmouth Road. Residents build a barrier to motor traffic. Tracks show drivers taking illegally to the pavement . If a real filtered barrier was built it would need to exclude pavement driving as well .Other:
Good practice
general
105174Photo #105174Fairfield East Manchester a NEW cycle open filter is blocked by a van and car . The @placesforpeople van is also obstructing the pavement (not a place for people thanks to @placesforpeople ) . The google image shows the warning signs for the construction of the cycle filter. Needs vehicle offence enforcement to make this cycle filter work @GMPashton 8.29am, Sunday 27th January, 2019 twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/1090137993522937857Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
105154Photo #105154Stretford, Gorse Hill @lidluk cycle parking originally showed a cycle shelter with 7 stands publicaccess.trafford.gov.uk/online-applications/files/26728023B64EF932FD1ACE7D34DD3723/pdf/95655_CND_18-CYCLE_STORAGE_LAYOUT1-559503.pdf @lidluk cycle parking is too small to support the bike. 6 Cycle stands as required by planning but all sub standard and not fit for purpose. twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/1088714174191026176 UPDATE Apparently a twitter respondant Stretford End does not appreciate that many people who use bikes also use them as a mobility aid and are also disabled and does not understand that bad stands is as bad as provided Disabled parking for drivers. Tried my best by using similar language but have decided to ignore as this twitter user is not prepared to try harder.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
104467Photo #104467Parking on the pavement can be very dangerous twitter.com/dashcamnetwork/status/1082573580561498113 . No excusing the actions of the driver of the Black diesel Corsa but the vans parked on the pavement obstruct the view. No excusing @UKSMobility for parking on pavement obstructing the mobility of wheelchair users.Enforcement:
Problem
enforcement
104466Photo #104466Altrincham Hospital. UPDATE 16/1/19 There is to be a signage survey UPDATE There is, however, a facility in the basement, down the ramp, in the farthest corner, for cycle parking sufficient for about 10 cycles available to both staff and visitors with direct access into the hospital (stairs & lift, through security door). but there is NO SIGNAGE TO INDICATE !!!! The entrance has a large planter outside which is the perfect place for cycle parking as the pavement is wide. The planter is looked after by Friends of John Leigh Park. A bar could be attached to the planter on 2 sides to allow parking similar to St Ann's church MCR. #102025 . When attended the hospital the comment was that there is cycle parking but it's on the other side of the road requiring 2 busy roads to cross. Most cyclists will choose to park secured to the barrier. Would be much better in a location that is near to the entrance as recommended in all guidance . Signs saying cyclist welcome would be a good idea . Also walking and cycling promtion such as signs for the Bee Network - Walking and cycling local network planning (formerly known as GM Beelines Proposals) the new Bee Network branding all over www.tfgm.com/made-to-move
Feedback has been sent to www.nhs.uk/about-the-nhs-website/pages/feedback.aspx Their twitter address is @MFTnhs
Latest reports suggest that cycling and walking must be prioritised twitter.com/NICEcomms/status/1081090352184987648 This would be a good way.
NB Notice the delivery lorry parked in the ambulance bay
Other:
Problem
general
104393Photo #104393Central Manchester . A short 50 yard section of Southmill Street has been made 1 way . Surely this is wide enough to allow 2 way cycling and a safer quiter route to Albert Sq.Other:
Problem
general
104220Photo #104220Dunham Massey Trafford @nationaltrust Hall
Queues along this road to access the @NT_NorthWest park here . Action can be taken to reduce this demand see also #104219 queues on the road to the car park to the @nationaltrust Hall here @NT_NorthWest .

From Woodhouse Lane to the car park entrance this footpath is not used by pedestrians - they use the park path. Cycling could be allowed here but don't place no waiting cones on the footpath and clear the leaves. Also when the road is resurfaced nice and smooth do the path as well !

Would be good if cycles were allowed in the park as well along designated paths as in Tatton Park.
@TraffordCouncil to @CheshireEast
Other:
Infrastructure
general
104219Photo #104219Dunham Massey Footbridge crossing from Trafford to East Cheshire see also #83857 and #104220 . On a busy day this bridge has large queues as only one direction at a time is possible. This crossing is not fit for purpose and will not allow a single pram buggy let alone a double buggy or a wheelchair. No wonder there are queues on the road to the car park to the @nationaltrust Hall here @NT_NorthWest .
Would be good if cycles were allowed in the park as well along designated paths as in Tatton Park.
Bridge from @TraffordCouncil to @CheshireEast
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
104218Photo #104218Broadheath Altrincham nr MCR . Would be a nice direct route with a dropped kerb . Even better with 3 dropped kerbs for each path.Other:
Problem
general
104170Photo #104170Manchester in Trafford. Sale M33 . Even with a narrow footpath motors will drive and park on pavement and directly underneath a @irwellvalley CCTV camera as well. A pedestrian wheelchair dropped kerb obstructed as well.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
102960Photo #102960UPDATE Jan 2019 - Looks like these bins have been elocated !! Manchester Metropolitan University Bonsall Street Hulme Manchester a cycle junction is impeded and made unsafe by 2 large bins and 2 small bins belonging to MMU @ManMetUni @GreenMMU @MMUEnvironment @VeoliaUK . Can these bins be located a little further along the path so they are well away from the critical and dangerous position at the junction ? twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/1055771979775700992 twitter.com/MMUEnvironment/status/1055830672596787200 Bins can be seen on google image as well tinyurl.com/yd3wujbfObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
102955Photo #102955RNCM Manchester lots of cycle parking in use by musicians . On the left is double decked parking popular because it's under cover (it's MCR ). Lots of on street parking in use as well.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
102954Photo #102954Manchester Nell Lane nice cut through for cyclists and pedestriansOther:
Good practice
general
102953Photo #102953Manchester Optegra token parking some distance from the front door . Stands are too close together if they are to be used properlyCycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
102869Photo #102869Ashton on Mersey Trafford near MCR Bollards are approx 1.05 m high and spaced 1.2m aprtOther:
Infrastructure
general
102867Photo #102867Ashton on Mersey Trafford near MCR Access from Banky Lane to off road Bridleway path. National Grid have replaced the access restrictions twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/785884042331684864 (A frame bollards and horse stile ) from Banky Lane with just bollards (the abandoned A frame is still in place but not used. With the restrictions in place it was clear the horse stiles were not being used. #43920 These bollards have been in place for over 2 years now with no complaints from horse riders. Spec bollards are 1.25 metres high and spaced 1.2 metres apart. The British Horse Society's document Advice on Vehicle Barriers states "... If motorcycles are the problem on a bridleway, a horse stile or
‘horse-friendly vehicle barrier’ may be required, but only if they are proven to
prevent the illegal access as they may also restrict legitimate users. In this case a horse stile would NOT prevent a motorcycle or quad bike from entering as they would just use the gap between the bollards !
Other:
Good practice
general
102441Photo #102441Sale in Trafford - Woodhouse Lane East near parade of shops UPDATE 2018 09 25 amazingly cycle parking has appeared 4 on this corner and 2 at the other #102440? needs cycle parking outside shops to match the number of car parking spacesCycle parking:
Misc
cycleparking
102220Photo #102220Fallowfield Loop Tunnel near Sainsburys see also #102221? and #102051
This is a great opportunity . To reopen the tunnel under Sainsbury's and reopen the approaches to provide a continuous cycleway to avoid all the problems as described in adjacent comments. This would be a big ticket and show that Manchester means business. madcyclelanesofmanchester.blogspot.com/2011/04/fallowfield-loop-sainsburys-tunnel.html Camapigns have been running for decades to reopen this tunnel originally the reopening was objected to by GMPolice . NB this line is NOT a mistake it's where the cycleway should be routed .
Other:
Problem
general
102196Photo #102196Green Lane Ashton on Mersey proposed location of 2 cycle stands outside number 5 (the new hairdresser between Shelley R and Orchard Cafe) in between the puddle and the planter. However, the planter could be utilised as cycle parking by provideing bars or hoops on 2 sides parallel with the road. A sign cyclists welcome would suffice to explain their use but they could be used also to park dogs or tie the advertising board to in windy weather. I spoke to shopkeeper at Shelley R and she was in favour of cycle stands but liked the idea of using the planter even better.
There are 7 planters in this village 5 or 6 are ideal locations for cycle stands room for 10 or 12 bikes. Shopkeepers and shoppers might like the tidier and neater street with less clutter.
Other:
Problem
general
102051Photo #102051UPDATE see also #102221? and #102220 + tweet twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/1037001921964503040 Comment has appeared mappinggm.org.uk/beelines/ It's the comment covering the dis of 'Dismantled Railway' next to Sherwood Street
There is a tunnel under here which if reopened would solve lots of the problems here. I have added a comment on the mappinggm.org.uk/ which should appear on the map in the next few days . Other comments show that not many people know about this tunnel madcyclelanesofmanchester.blogspot.com/2011/04/fallowfield-loop-sainsburys-tunnel.html
I understand the tunnel has been filled in with a solid foam, I believe, to stop people sleeping there.

I also understand the tunnel was given the thumbs down by the civilian dept to Manchester Police that comments on architectural issues.
There is a ‘dog leg’ in the way the path was routed under Wilmslow Road that they said created a blind spot in which undesirables could hide in and accost cyclists.

Lobbyists for the Loop tried approaching Sainsbury’s to ask if they would consider providing lighting, CCTV, maybe even locking it at night - all things are negotiable - but at that time, ~2001, these ideas would not register. The cycling scene has changed in 20 to 30 years.

There is in fact some provision built in. If you go down the ramp by the side of Sainsbury’s there’s a curious break in the island in the middle of the road, and if you look back and lift yourself to look over the brick wall you can see where the cycle track was intended to emerge from under the other side of Wilmslow Road. If you are travelling there with any people crossing that section please make a slight detour to show them - to keep the idea alive, at least.

I understand the issue was raised at Cycle Forums, time after time. At one, the councillor (who was supportive but knew the reality) ruled that it would not be discussed again.

****
Interestingly a new councillor, who later became Mayor, (got deselected in May), got in touch when he discovered the tunnel. He ran into the brick wall.

Another idea is to route the FLoop around the far side of the Carpark at Sainsbury’s, avoiding conflict with the cars coming and going.

As the years rolled by, some of us think that the Fallowfield Loop was the one thing that pump primed a local sea change in the cycle culture - of the council. The original leaflets that got done called it the Fallowfield Loop, and the subsequent editions rechristened the leaflet as ‘The Manchester Cycleway’. Thanks to council engineers who are still around. Things like decent parking stands started appearing in a few places. It all coincided with the National Cycle Strategy and support from a new breed of councillors and town hall staff.

If it was happening now, I’m sure Sainsbury’s would have had to made a top notch tunnel, in consultation with users, before they got planning permission, from the more cycling conscious council that exists now.
The present junction is a dog’s breakfast, a headache for all the engineers who are tasked with creating a junction at the busy Wilmslow Road level.
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
102048Photo #102048Rusholme Heald Place Simply add bollards! www.cycling-embassy.org.uk/photos/good-cycling-facility-of-the-week/good-cycling-facility-of-the-week-30th-august-2018 However the cycle images should toward the middle of the road to avoid clashing with pavement build out twitter.com/GBCycleEmbassy/status/1035079373752283136 Good Cycling Facility of the Week: 30th August 2018Other:
Good practice
general
102036Photo #102036Fairfield Station Tameside near Manchester. The road is clear and of all the spaces to park this Black Diesel Mercedes is obstructing a dropped kerb from a cycle path onto the road . Vehicle has a barely legal number plate. It's letter o letter o number 0 3 CLC ( OO03 CLC ). This car has a cycle carrier on the back so they have gone for a ride not caring anything about other (less confident) riders. What chance has @Chris_boardman in Greater Manchester ? @mayorofGM ?Enforcement:
Problem
enforcement
102034Photo #102034Ikea Ashton under line . Very strong cycle stands 80mm dia with a good sign indicating where the cycle parking is. Could have been under cover though.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
102033Photo #102033Tameside nr Manchester on the Lord Sheldon Way . This states the obvious but more of these are required to prevent obstruction of the footway especially when it is shared like here. Also enforcement notices are very welcome.General sign/notice:
Good practice
signs
102032Photo #102032Ashton West Tram stop Greater Manchester. Cycle parking comprises stands and horizontal lockers.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
102027Photo #102027Manchester Union pub bees facade and cycle parkingCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
102026Photo #102026Manchester Trafford Old Trafford Bus by pass almost complete beelineRoad environment:
Good practice
road
102025Photo #102025Manchester St Anns Sq outside Rapha bike shop and cafe. 2 planter bike parking provided by MCC council. I wonder what will be planted here ?Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
102024Photo #102024Manchester Rochdale Canal bridge over canal at lock gate positionTrack:
Infrastructure
track
101932Photo #101932Trafford Greater MCR Woodhouse Lane route to recycling centre .Why do @unitedutilities @broadheathward @greatermcr discourage walking and cycling to the Sinderland Road Household Waste Recycling Centre ? @MayorofGM @chris_boardman ? I really struggle with a cycle and trailer getting through here. I know many who are put off completely. No wonder there is so much fly tipping in the Sale West area.

Beelines comment 153-556-002-0844

A simple #quickwin solution is to lock the gate in a partially open position like they've done at Longford Park see #101653 and so that cyclists and pedestrians can get through but keep out motor cars and larger vehicles. The cost of a vertical sliding bolt and matching socket in the road will be far cheaper than dropping the kerbs see #89849 Looks like a new gate is required any way so even cheaper. Notice how the chain is cheekily secured to the A frame rather than the dodgy gate post. (NB this existing gap does NOT deter motorcycles whereas encouraging more legitimate users WILL deter motorcycles)

I met Sale West lady who struggled here with puppy trailer - 2 nice Alsatian puppies now fully grown

twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/1034841448053649410
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
101920Photo #101920Manchester Ship Canal @PeelPorts Irlam Road Urmston This previously accessible path has been gated - presumably by Peel. It would and did provide an excellent route alongside the railway line to then connect to the paths to the rear of the houses and eventually merge to the bend of Flixton Road near old brick works.Obstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
101919Photo #101919Irwell lock a rare water craft on the ship canalOther:
Misc
general
101918Photo #101918Irlam A57 two bus stops and an informal crossing but no pedestrian warning sign on motorist approach on fast road. Workers ( see #101918 ) can be seen waiting to risk running across road . @GB_logisticsOther:
Problem
general
101917Photo #101917Irlam A57 two bus stops and an informal crossing but no pedestrian warning sign on motorist approach on fast road. Workers can be seen waiting to risk running across road . @GB_logistics see #101918Other:
Problem
general
101916Photo #101916A dropped kerb needs to be clearly marked at both sides of this junction see #101915Other:
Problem
general
101915Photo #101915A dropped kerb needs to be clearly marked at both sides of this junction see #101916Other:
Infrastructure
general
101914Photo #101914A very bad crossing point for walkers . The shared footway ends at this junction and you are faced with a very dangerous crossing or walking up a very narrow path. Walkers are expected to take a long route round - there are NO facilities for cycling - very dangerous see #101883 and #101884Other:
Problem
general
101884Photo #101884Barton Airport @city_airport A very bad crossing point for walkers . The shared footway ends at this junction and you are faced with a very dangerous crossing. Walkers are expected to take a long route round - there are NO facilities for cycling - very dangerous see #101883Other:
Problem
general
101883Photo #101883Barton Airport @city_airport A very bad crossing point for walkers . The shared footway ends at this junction and you are faced with a very dangerous crossing.see #101883 and #101914Other:
Problem
general
101882Photo #101882Salford Eccles a shared footway rather than a dedicated cycleway which could have taken the route of the closed roadOther:
Misc
general
101881Photo #101881Salford Eccles - what's happening here ? Are they trying to green the road so it goes wild ?Other:
Infrastructure
general
101880Photo #101880Salford Eccles the road is closed here an opportunity to route a decent cycle path is missed.Other:
Infrastructure
general
101878Photo #101878Salford and Trafford border leading to the Salford reds stadium . A full light controlled crossing hereOther:
Infrastructure
general
101877Photo #101877Urmston Trafford . Only half the crossing here is controlled with lights. The person crossing the road has to have their wits about them crossing here especially from N to SOther:
Problem
general
101876Photo #101876Urmston Trafford near Trafford Centre Intu . The shared path suddenly stops here and you are expected to cross a corner of a dual carriageway with unseen fast traffic approaching from behind. See comment on Beelines map 153-513-442-1883 copy this line ?recall=153-513-442-1883 and add this to the address for this link : mappinggm.org.uk/beelines/ then click on view map twiceOther:
Problem
general
101874Photo #101874Urmston Trafford a gap is very narrow and is overgroing with branches. Also the gap is in wrong place as it does not align with droppped kerbObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
101873Photo #101873Salford Patricroft filtered by pass would be better if filter was in the middle of the road so less likley cars will blockOther:
Problem
general
101872Photo #101872Salford Swinton Civic Centre a path ends without a dropped kerbOther:
Infrastructure
general
101871Photo #101871Salford Swinton Civic Centre covered cycle parking in need of some TLC
The design is not as practicable or as aesthetic as those at Trafford Town Hall #72121
Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
101870Photo #101870Salford Swinton Civic Centre short stay parkingOther:
Infrastructure
general
101869Photo #101869Salford Swinton Civic CentreCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
101868Photo #101868Salford Swinton Civic Centre seated minerOther:
Infrastructure
general
101867Photo #101867Salford Swinton Civic Centre the person with a walking stick #101866now encounters a narrow path blocked by a flag pole. It's a;right for the mayor who can block the walking path even more . The main entrance is not here . It's further round past the seated statue of a miner. #101868Other:
Problem
general
101866Photo #101866Salford Swinton Civic Centre a person with a walking stick is approaching a kerb and the end of the path so being forced to cross the road without a dropped kerb and taking a much longer route.Other:
Infrastructure
general
101865Photo #101865Swinton Salford a desire line path needs to be made official routing the path a way from the cars . The desire line can be seen by the tyre marks of a bike and a person with a dog is on it.Other:
Infrastructure
general
101864Photo #101864Hulme Manchester a wide path is compromised by the lack of a dropped kerb here.Other:
Infrastructure
general
101863Photo #101863Hulme Manchester new cycle parking here helps to deter car parking on the pavement see #72087Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
101862Photo #101862Hulme Manchester new cycle parking here helps to deter car parking on the pavement see #72087Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
101860Photo #101860Stretford Manchester The correct sign when there are roadworks and there are narrow lanes. Segregated Infra is now in place and police are starting to enforce. On 28/11/18 an unmarked police vehicle is seen at the scene of 2 obstructing vehicles .Dutch-style cycleway:
Good practice
dutchcycleways
101859Photo #101859A bin has been installed here which does not obstruct unlike other trio bin installationsOther:
Infrastructure
general
101858Photo #101858Cigarette dispensers have been installed on lampposts. It will be just as easy to fit ad hoc brackets to each to allow bikes to be more easily parked.Other:
Infrastructure
general
101857Photo #101857Broadheath Altrincham these wheelgrabbers are not as good as proper Sheffield stands to support the bike/ No one likes to put their wheel in a wheel grabber because pf the risk of damge. Proof is this photo showing how people use these. If stands were in place there is space for 6 instead of 3.Other:
Infrastructure
general
101856Photo #101856Broadheath Trafford the segregated cycleway is compromised by the creeping vegOther:
Problem
general
101855Photo #101855Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path.. An 2 frame barrier does not allow easy access except to the smallest of cycles . No cycing sign needs removing as well.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
101854Photo #101854Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path.. An Bollards too close together does not allow easy access except to the smallest of cycles . Also no cycling sign needs removingObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
101853Photo #101853Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path.. An 2 frame barrier does not allow easy access except to the smallest of cycles .Other:
Problem
general
101852Photo #101852Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path..network. This old railway line could probably be a cycle route if all the trees and veg were removed. Instead the line il is left to deteriorate.Other:
Infrastructure
general
101851Photo #101851Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path..network. This old railway line could probably be a cycle route if all the trees and veg were removed. Instead the line il is left to deteriorate.Other:
Problem
general
101850Photo #101850Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path..network. negelected pathOther:
Problem
general
101849Photo #101849Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path..network. This old railway line could probably be a cycle route if all the trees and veg were removed. Instead the rail is left creating a barrier on this pathOther:
Problem
general
101848Photo #101848Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path.. An A frame barrier does not allow easy access except to the smallest of cycles .Other:
Problem
general
101847Photo #101847Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path.. dropped kerbs are still NOT in place !!Other:
Problem
general
101846Photo #101846Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path.. This chicane has had one section replaced creating a barrier where it was once a decent width. dropped kerbs are still NOT in place !!Other:
Problem
general
101845Photo #101845Timperley near Trafford college chicane on cycle routeOther:
Problem
general
101844Photo #101844Timperley Trafford this large church does not have cycle parking at all . There's plenty of space for the council or the church to install. They do provide space for motorcycles thoughOther:
Problem
general
101843Photo #101843Timperley Trafford this church does not have cycle parking at all . There's plenty of space for the council or the church to install. St Hugh of Lincoln They do provide space for motorcycles though see #101844Other:
Problem
general
101842Photo #101842Timperley Trafford this parade of shops does not have cycle parking at all . There's plenty of space for the council or the shops to install.Other:
Problem
general
101841Photo #101841Timperley Trafford this large pub does not have cycle parking at all . There's plenty of space for the council or the oub to install.Other:
Problem
general
101840Photo #101840Sale Trafford cycle parking at parade of shops often compromised by advertising boardCycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
101839Photo #101839Sale Trafford cycle parking at parade of shops often compromised by advertising board (fish and chips)Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
101837Photo #101837Sale Trafford a route used by mny cyclists and walkers requires a dropped kerb nearer to the gapOther:
Infrastructure
general
101836Photo #101836One of many images of a bird parachuting with initials KSROther:
Misc
general
101796Photo #101796Chorlton Health Centre Cycleparking and hard standing recently installed near entrance needs sign to inform. May be next step is covered cycle parking .Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
101794Photo #101794Sale Ashton on Mersey off road route but needs wideningOther:
Problem
general
101789Photo #101789Dunhelm Cycleparking near entrance needs sign to informCycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
101788Photo #101788Halfords Cycleparking near entrance needs sign to informCycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
101786Photo #101786Homebase Cycleparking near entrance with sign gto informCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
101749Photo #101749Broadheath Trafford New Gastro Pub has cycle parkingCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
101748Photo #101748Broadheath Trafford New Nursery has cycle parkingCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
101747Photo #101747The path here has been vastly improved following the building of a Gastro Pub adjacent. See how it used to be #53625Other:
Infrastructure
general
101746Photo #101746UPDATE ******** As this is a TMBC footpath may be TMBC should improve this path surface as have Stamford Brook Estate at other locations.*******Sale Trafford route across Sinderland brook . This is not as bad as other chicanes along this route but the surface is bad and rutted . At other chicanes the surface has been upgraded with trailflex
railflex Permeable Paving used for a Chicane (in Manchester)
www.sudstech.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/2017-09-27-11.03.27-HDR-min.jpg see #45193
www.stamford-brook.co.uk/report .
Other:
Infrastructure
general
101745Photo #101745Sale Trafford route along Sinderland brook. The A frame is too narrow. After much argument the gate on the left is now left open giving access to the park - no noticeable increase in motorbike nuisamceObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
101744Photo #101744Sale Trafford route across Sinderland brook . The A frame has been widened unofficially which make it slightly better but still an issue especially the poor surface at the site of the access.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
101739Photo #101739Sale Trafford route across Sinderland brookObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
101738Photo #101738Sale Trafford public footpath 23Other:
Infrastructure
general
101736Photo #101736Streford quite road and access onto the main road and a crossing point requires a dropped kerb.Other:
Infrastructure
general
101735Photo #101735This is a very wide footway that could be used as a shared footway connecting to a cycle facility on Talbot Road. A mirror may be required on the corner attached to the barrier or posts so that cyclists can see other oncoming cyclists.
Christie Road TRO with signs to allow cycles to use footpath on wide footpath on
East side of Road . This will connect the alternative route for cyclists parallel to the A56 (Stevenson Rd to the cycle facilities on Talbot road. Priority over accesses to businesses is required.
Road environment:
Problem
road

We welcome your feedback, especially to report bugs or give us route feedback.

My comments relate to: *






Your comments: *
URL of page: * https://www.cyclestreets.net/users/riccardo/photos/
How did you find out about CycleStreets?:
Your name:
Our ref: Please leave blank - anti-spam measure

* Items marked with an asterisk [*] are required fields and must be fully completed.