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Secure 2 tier cycle racks inside car park. Urban Parking 42 Shelton Street, London WC2H 9HJ

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. This triangle has become cluttered. You can't see through two of the panels of this (one of two) bus stop which reduces natural surveillance and obscures what the site ... [more]

[Image taken 17.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. This triangle has become cluttered. Second 'overview' image: #167517. Tier hire bike see: #167509 and links. All issues here including Tier hire scooters see: #164846.

[Image taken 20.4.21] Station Rise, York. Parking bays in front of City of York Council offices. But what are they for?

[Image taken 20.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. Tier electric hire cycle. I moved it to the rack to test the weight - very heavy, and to get a better image. The cycles like the scooters have two-pronged stands. They ... [more]

Very tight chicane by a walkway between buildings - a necessary measure which these desire and sight lines.

Cavendish Laboratory

[Image taken 20.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. Tier electric hire cycle. The basket has a sticker limiting the weight carried to 5kg. The design lets water run out the sides. There's an integrated lock. Other image ... [more]

[Image taken 20.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. Tier electric hire cycle. It is blocking access to the information totem which is printed on both sides. Other images of this bike today see: #167509 and links. All Ti ... [more]

[Image taken 20.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. Tier electric hire cycle. Other images of this bike today: #167510, #167511, #167514. All Tier hire scooter sites documented see: #164663.

[Image taken 20.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. A cargo cycle and Tier electric hire cycle expanded the variety of cycles parked here today. Other images of the Tier bike from today see: #167509 and links. All Tier ... [more]

[Image taken 20.4.21] Cargo cycle, Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. See: #167505 (width) and: #167505 for length.

[Image taken 20.4.21] Cargo cycle, Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. It is around 300cm long. It can use the Sheffield (rack) that other cycles can't as it has a stand and doesn't need the rack to support it. See: #167505 f ... [more]

[Image taken 20.4.21] Cargo cycle parked on Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. It is around 60cm wide. See: #167506 for image showing the length.

A damaged cycle parking stand on St Vincent Crescent. The bollards are facing the wrong way, exhibiting a white reflector on the left side of the road and red on the right side of the road. A sacrificial bollard on this side of the cycle pa ... [more]

Damaged cycle parking stands on Jamaica Street. The "except buses, taxis & cycles" sign on the traffic signal is obscured by a sticker.

The northern part of Dunlop Street, looking towards Argyle Street pedestrian precinct. Cycle parking is provided next to the bollards. The two rising bollards are both in the lowered position.

It doesn’t look like there’s any intention to have a cycle route through here.

No sign of the no entry and cyclists dismount signs 😎 See #21552. In fact they were removed by 2011, see #28078 and #17473.

Nice semi covered racks at the Cavendish Laboratory.

The end of Miller Street looking towards Argyle Street pedestrian precinct. Argyle Street forms part of the Core Path Network, and as such cycling is supposed to be permitted. However, the signs for the precinct do not says this. One of ... [more]

Flytipping on Tannock Street.

Gated path between Allander Street and Tannock Street. The path surface is whindust, with a liberal coating of glass.

Former Fire Path at Allander Street where it meets Ashfield Street. No provision for cycling through, although not much in the way of hindrance either, and the area awaits redevelopment. Through motor traffic here would be undesirable due t ... [more]

[Image taken 20.4.21] College Street/Goodramgate, York. This 'York cycle' has been set up so the owner has everything she needs whether for utility or work use, or for a leisure ride. It has a basket, permanent panniers, two-pronged stand, ... [more]

Barriers at Welwyn Garden City blocking what could be a useful link from the former railway.

Dead-end path on the former railway in Welwyn Garden City

Underpass beneath Digswell Road - the former railway could be used as a through route, but it just peters out at the moment.

The former railway peters out ahead - best to turn right to the Campus West college

Links north and east (on the former railway) from NCN routes 12 and 57, Welwyn Garden City

Road closure by the police station in Welwyn Garden City - not really set up for cycling.

Badly placed left-turn sign on NCN routes 12 and 57 - by the time you see it, you've missed the turn.

Route signs entering Welwyn Garden City on NCN routes 12 and 57

Route signs where NCN routes 12 and 57 leave Welwyn Garden City

NCN routes 12 and 57 leaving Welwyn Garden City

NCN routes 12 and 57 leaving the former railway to enter Welwyn Garden City

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University Park & Cycle

Clerk Maxwell Road

Hustings event for the 2015 General Election

Cavendish Laboratory, Physics of Medicine The no entry and cyclists dismount signs had been removed by 2011, see #28078

Hauser Forum Café, Charles Babbage Road - Road narrows, but minds widen!

Advisory 'Cyclists Dismount' sign just 20m short of the bike shed. Yes, that might happen. Removed by January 2011 - see #28078.

Annoying to see these one-way systems on this university site when two-way cycling could easily be accommodated. http://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/galleries/41/ They have been removed by 2021, see #167500

Information panel where NCN 12 and 57 turn right off the former railway in to Welwyn Garden City

NCN 12 and 57 on the former railway in to Welwyn Garden City

NCN routes 12 and 57 turn left off the former railway west from Welwyn Garden City

NCN routes 12 and 57 turn right to rejoin the former railway in to Welwyn Garden City

NCN routes 12 and 57 west from Welwyn Garden City

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  • Icon 167518 Too many potholes along this stretch of road. Unsafe seriously needs improvements
  • Icon 167494 Clarify the cycle route from the start of the footpath, ie. signpost the route along St Benedict Road heading South and where to go from here to reach Rails Lane. Perhaps upgrade the footpath to shared cycleway.
  • Icon 167493 Sir. Please have the Garden waste removed. Turning of Ringwood Road onto Green Lane (E42/37) Ferndown. Is a Bridleway. Half way along Green Lane and over the last 18 months, someone has been depositing Garden waste. The Bridleway has become narrower. My concern is, by the narrowing of this Bridleway (due to the Garden waste being deposited). It is having the effect of driving walkers to climb a small embankment to pass through and not allowing two people to walk side by side. The narrowing also affects of both horse riders and Cyclists, who have to do the same. As for wheel chairs and mobility users, not forgetting Families with a Childs Buggy. Making the Journey on the Bridleway impossible to continue. They are being denied a very pleasant Journey taking them away from a very busy main road, along Green Lane, leading into High mead Lane, then Joining the Footpath/Cycleway on Ham Lane, or vice-versa from Ham Lane back to Green Lane.
  • Icon 167409 Bicycles used to triple income in Southern Zambia https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/stories-56806444 https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3ct1pkp
  • Icon 167408 Pavement too narrow for wheelchair
  • Icon 167373 This is a very wide road with narrow pavements. The high volume of traffic on the road generally travels well in excess of the 20mph speed limit. Most residents have front gardens, however most leave their bins on pavements obstructing half of all pavement space. Bins should be stored in front gardens and this should be enforced by the council. The bins are a public nuisance and an obstruction of the public highway. The road is unnecessarily inhospitable to pedestrians and especially risky for children who could easily tumble off the obstructed pavements and into the road. There are also very few places to cross the road and additional pelican crossings should be installed, particularly to enable access to and from the park.
  • Icon 167359 There is a footpath here, along the A6 crossing over the Grand Union Canel and starting opposite St Margaret's Pastures. It allows you to walk into/from city centre but this path always has cyclists speeding past in both directions on a narrow walking path making it feel unsafe to walk. There is also a lot of bushes that could be made clearer as it makes it very secluded and not safe to walk in the dark. You can never hear cyclists approaching behind you because they don’t use bells or anything to alert your attention. The path goes on to turn into pavement which has been halved to make a cycle lane leading into the city centre but the pavement is now quite narrow. Both areas need to be made better for walking.
  • Icon 167358 There's nowhere to park the bike next to New Cross Station. I suggest a parking rack at its entrance.
  • Icon 167334 Going East, the last part of Royal George Parade is one-way going West. This is a better route to Holmbush roundabout for cycles than using the main and the pedestrian crossing. If this last part was open to cycles it would make sense.
  • Icon 167326 Including the provision of cycle infrastructure as a condition of planning for private developments is a pointless exercise. This junk is in #Adare Co. #Limerick. I should win an award for staying upright while cycling with one hand on the bars. https://twitter.com/lkcycledesign/status/1383398659761397764?s=21
  • Icon 167325 Come with me on the deeply unpleasant experience that is #cycling to the hairdressers on Ecclesall Road #Sheffield S11 https://twitter.com/cyclinginaskirt/status/1383433783005769736?s=21
  • Icon 167278 Possibly the worst maintained cycle lane in the city. Too narrow, covered in detritus and mangled by tree roots. Desperately needs modernising

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