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Can You See The Cycle Lane? Have You Ever Used It?

safer-cycle-pathway (45) 3rd september 2021 King Street Hammersmith Wands replace temporary red and white barriers along cycle lane Photographer: Justin Thomas

safer-cycle-pathway (69) 3rd september 2021 King Street Hammersmith Wands replace temporary red and white barriers along cycle lane Photographer: Justin Thomas

My fb 'memories' dredged up this photo of me 1 year ago. At age 61, having barely ridden a bike for yrs, I cycled to the coast and back to pick something up. (18 miles?). I was inspired by the cyclists using our newly created LTN. Please d ... [more]

A section of the Cambridge busway is set to close next week due to safety concerns. I’ve come to check out what it’s all about. Read all about it in next Tuesday’s blog. https://t.co/SdaRu2K4Rt

Cycleway along the south side of the Baie du Mont St Michel

Cycleway along the south side of the Baie du Mont St Michel

Fat-tired bikes on Omaha Beach

Cycleway and kestrel

Start of footpath in Coton

Gate and bridge on a footpath in Coton

What fresh hell is this?! https://t.co/lVyBASVowI

Work in progress on the Stockingfield Bridge.

Abandoned cycle parking in an abandoned car park.

The obstructive toucan crossing with kerbs and railings on one side still remains unmodified, and none of the other problems previously noted on the Bilsland Drive cycle lanes have been resolved either.

A small BMX track at the Claypits Nature Reserve.

I’m honoured and surprised to win the @camcycle Magazine Photo of the Year Award! The awards to inspiring people followed a brilliant talk by @adamtranter, on using comms to create #ActiveTravel Recording here: https://t.co/iPDPgu ... [more]

BBC news website: NHS worker scared of cycling around Sheffield A nurse from Sheffield says she is terrified that she is going to be knocked down by a car when she cycles to work. Ann Gregory uses a helmet camera to document the nu ... [more]

A classic of the genre - look at the SUV to get a sense of just how far a pedestrian must walk to cross this road https://t.co/RwRGzttG8M

[Image taken 22.1.22] B1363, Wigginton Road, York. Context and other image here today: #178041. Other images today see: #178038 and links.

[Image taken 22.1.22], B1363, Wigginton Road, York. Rear of The Cocoa Works development (search on' cocoaworks' and 'thecocoaworks'. The light on the traffic island has been destroyed, the road surface is damaged. Massive vehicles move in a ... [more]

[Image taken 22.1.22], Haxby Cycleway, A1237, Ring Road, York. The Outer Ring Road is to be dualled (www.york.gov.uk/YORR). Often (including weekday and weekend afternoon) traffic is crawling. It was moving today though not fast. I took the ... [more]

[Image taken 22.1.22] Haxby Road, junction with Haxby Cycleway, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] This is the only example of correctly matched tactile paving I pass, ie that conforms with Figure 28: Profile and plan of segregat ... [more]

[Image taken 22.1.22], Grosvenor Terrace, York. I have long meant to do a count here. There are always more people on foot and cycles than in motor vehicles. Yet we all have to get out of their way... pedestrians ducking into gaps between p ... [more]

Anatomy of a near miss: a short thread. This is Wildman Street in Kendal. It's one way. Motor vehicle traffic uses both of the two lanes you see here, with most traffic going straight on, over the bridge you see ahead, and hence most tra ... [more]

Shared-use bridge to Saint-Lô station

No Entry except residents and cyclists, heading south out of Saint-Lô

Footpath link from the main cycle route south out of Saint-Lô

Covered cycle parking at a sports centre, Saint-Lô

Shared-use route by the D86 south from Saint-Lô

Shared-use route by the D86 south from Saint-Lô

Shared-use route by the D86 beneath the N174

Limited but covered cycle (and scooter) parking at the Intermarché hypermarket, Saint-Lô

Crossing on the shared-use route by the D972 Saint-Lô bypass

Crossing on the shared-use route south from the D972 Saint-Lô bypass

Shared-use route at the D972 Saint-Lô bypass

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It would be easy to add a cycle track beside the busy coast road to the Mont St Michel

Another American cycling tour group at the American Normandy Cemetery, Omaha Beach

Cycle parking at the American Normandy Cemetery, Omaha Beach

Well-used cycle parking at the American Normandy Cemetery

[Image taken 23.12.21.] James Street, York, in front of Lidl. The Lidl opened end of 2019. Steps (why no slope for people with buggies, wheeled shoppers, mobility scooter or wheelchair users and accompanied children on cycles/balance bikes? ... [more]

Sturdy barriers

Finally the collapsing bridge is being fixed - what a performance. Cyclists are supposed to wait for an escort, but I doubt if many are bothering [and the sign about the escort was soon removed].

[Image taken 9.5.21] Haxby Road junction with A1237, York. Looking in the direction of New Earswick. The route to the right (Haxby Cycleway) through the barriers leads alongside the noisy A1237 to Clifton Moor (retail and leisure parks, res ... [more]

[Image taken 9.5.21] Haxby Road junction with A1237 (ring road), York. Looking in the direction of Haxby. Segregated (different heights) ped and cycle paths. Room to pass people turning and exiting the signed route (Haxby Cycleway) to Clift ... [more]

Cycleway south from Saint-Lô by the D86 - the Give Way sign dates from when the route ended here.

Shared-use route by the D86 south from Saint-Lô

Shared-use route on the far side of the D86

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  • Icon 178051 Video of using the footway because the road is so busy.. Mount Road, The Wirral https://twitter.com/edwardlamb/status/1484560443247149058?s=21
  • Icon 178049 The poor shared-use path alongside the A12 deposits cyclists right in the path of motor vehicles leaving this petrol station - www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-suffolk-58077620
  • Icon 178046 Remove barriers on cycle path - impossible to get through
  • Icon 178045 Barriers on cyclepath which are difficult to get through
  • Icon 178044 Link the busway cycle path to the cyclepath/train to Harpenden
  • Icon 178043 Barriers are difficult to get through
  • Icon 178037 Hi, this road is the main link between the Greenstead estate and Severalls Business Park. I have cycled to work over the past 20 years using this road and it is becoming a huge danger to cyclists given how busy it is, esp on school days. As it is a main link between a large housing estate and a large area of employment it makes sense to either create a dual use path on the existing footpath/s or add a segregated cycle lane. Either will make it much more safer and attractive for people who cycle to work and encourage more to use their bikes to go to work. Given the tailbacks on this road daily and that another 200 homes are being built on Bromley Road surely this is an urgent need?
  • Icon 178036 Crawley Green Road Paths from Abbotswood Road to Somerset Avenue must have the leaves removed, on both sides, every Autumn/Winter, as it becomes slippery for walkers to and from Town Centre.
  • Icon 178035 Pedestrian lights unsafe. When traffic backs up along Hucklesby Way, lights can be green for Pedestrians, but cars are still moving across. Need additional lights to stop cars.
  • Icon 177976 Footpath left heading west towards Shifnal. Path is totally overgrown over the surface also overhanging hedge. This is from Patshull Rd to Cross Rd. entire length.
  • Icon 177970 Pathway from Coverdale down to Kestrel Way - constantly overgrown. Not enough space for two people to pass safely. Clear bushes and pathway from encroaching weeds.
  • Icon 177969 Difficult to cross here and go to Bury Park from south Luton due to v. busy Dallow Road and parked cars.

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