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The temporary cycle parking used during the station works

Despite a road with masses of space now without the traffic, drivers still parking on the pavement

This car storage bay is no longer needed

This car storage bay should be removed, to improve visibility and access to the cycling/walking cut-through

Pretty sure a Kenbike from London is not supposed to be at the Beehive Centre, Cambridge

Tarmac added seamlessly against the kerb during the temporary closure of half of the path due to a new development

Path is too narrow and some land reclamation is needed

Path is too narrow and some land reclamation is needed

Path is too narrow and some land reclamation is needed

Covered cycle parking

Cycle parking at The Clay Farm Centre

Cycle parking at the community centre

Path is too narrow, but there is space for widening

Path is too narrow, but there is space for some widening

Path is too narrow, but there is some space for widening

Non-compliant cycle parking

20mph in local streets

Space available for cycle parking

The splay here is too wide, encouraging turning left at speed

Cycle parking needed at Magnet

Cycle parking

Chicago bicyclist

Chicago's Divvy Bikeshare in 2015

2nd Avenue / East 53rd Street Manhattan



Bizarre sign in Manhattan. John Morse Curbside Haiku 2011 MYC Department of Transportation "Curbside Haiku is an innovat ... [more]

Collect your e-scooter here to whizz up to Cambridge (and worn End of Shared-use sign)

A good load of shopping at the supermarket

7th Avenue Slow Zone 25mph

Charging Bull

Monks Cross retail park 5.12.20. Heaving due to it being not long till Christmas and the first weekend since the lifting of the second lockdown. Drivers using the cycle route as parking. Just before I took the image there had been three car ... [more]

Monks Cross retail park 5.12.20. Cycle-specific infrastructure. Blocked by: (i) two crash barriers - with no obvious purpose (previously reported but not removed), (ii) a cone that seems to have no reason for being on the route, (ii) pedest ... [more]

This is the view from the other direction of the 'festive'/'seasonal' hazard in the cycle-specific infrastructure at Monks Cross retail park on 5.12.20. See also #156553, #156554, #156556, #156557

Monks Cross retail park is a family destination. The mother in this image had encountered cars parking in the cycle lanes on a visit earlier in the week. (As I had.) See also #156553

Monks Cross retail area has a two-way cycle route around much of the perimeter. On Saturday 5 December 2020 it was blocked by a vehicle with a Santa and music. The only option was to go onto the 'road'. See also #156554, #156555, #156556, # ... [more]

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I asked a couple of times inside the Lloydspharmacy who to contact to request cycle parking outside the shop on Intake Avenue, York. On each occasion I was given a dismissve response. So I researched who the chain was owned by: ... [more]

View from the High Line - a former railway line in midtown Manhattan that is popular with promenaders.

Promenaders on the High Line - a former railway line in midtown Manhattan.

The bridge carries the High Line across West 23rd Street in Midtown Manhattan. Its a former railway line now a route popular with promenaders.

Hudson River Greenway.

Spectacular road markings where the Hudson River Greenway crosses a road.

Hard to pass work still underway

Cooper Square

Informal cycle parking

Bike Share, Manhattan

Petrosho Square

Grand Street

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  • Icon 156581 Speed limit too high, often intimidating drivers when cycling over this bridge.
  • Icon 156568 Bike share location
  • Icon 156567 Bike share location
  • Icon 156558 It would help if this path down from Longrigg Road had streetlights. Plus the nearby National Cycle Network route 14, running near the south side of the Tyne, is very dark in this area, even where it runs fairly close to parallel busy roads, such as near Metro Centre. There’s a few other paths and cycle routes in the area that could be lit. It’s probably going to help pedestrians even more, as at least most cyclists have lights whereas people out walking often don’t.
  • Icon 156541 The path on the BP garage side of the road is ridiculously narrow!! No way of social distancing without someone walking on the road. Casterton School route too which is a danger to the users
  • Icon 156540 This alleyway is used by lone Casterton School pupils to walk to and from school. There’s inadequate lighting and the hedge is too high. Needs reducing so that users can be seen from the road to flag help should they need it. Fondly known as poo alley to the estates residents, it’s so overgrown and dark! Perhaps tidying/reducing hedge height might reduce dog walkers leaving their mess behind!!
  • Icon 156539 Lighting! There is none! Families walking from school in the dark winter afternoons are at risk from dodging the dog poo! Also very overgrown. If the bushes were trimmed right back the footpath would become wider for use by both cyclists and pedestrians. This would also help with social distancing!
  • Icon 156538 This lane is used as the primary footpath to Malcom Sargent school and is a weight restricted road of 7.5t. Vehicles well over this weight NOT DELIVERING IN STAMFORD use it as a rat run between the A1/Oakham/Bourne/Essendine hazardous waste centre. More signage is required/cameras/speed humps/chicane to deter this! Pathways are very narrow and unprotected (no barriers) from possible mounting by these huge HGVs! Pedestrian crossing is regularly ignored by motorists, so families are dicing with danger trying to cross Sydney Farm Lane. PLEASE improve this area, the footpath and road are the ONLY exits from the estate, yet we are always ignored when we ask for help with the issues! We need barriers against the footpaths to protect walkers/cyclists, wider Sidney Farm Lane footpath, better warning signs for the pedestrian crossing with a camera, signs to deter HGVs, lighting on the slip road (there is currently none!), speed bumps/chicane/better signage at each end of the lane.
  • Icon 156537 20 mph past school -
  • Icon 156536 20 mph past school -
  • Icon 156535 20 mph past school -
  • Icon 156534 20 mph past school -

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