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No left turn except cycles at the junction with Mill Road at the foot of the bridge.

Junction of Grange Farm 'Service Road' at Oakington end.

The new and rather isolated Platform 5 at Stevenage station (for services via Hertford North) - cycle access via stairs or lift, outside the area of the ticket barriers.

Bus boarders have now been installed on the Great Western Road pop-up cycle lane, and await markings. The transition is a bit rough, but not as bad as the step for bus passengers at the raised kerb.

Bus boarders have now been installed on the Great Western Road pop-up cycle lane, and await markings.

Mill Road bridge

Abandoned hot tub shop gets more priority than cycling here. Typical Highways England. (in the distance you can see the fancy new Swavesey / Boxworth End bridge)

Mediocre crossing of Bar Hill perimeter road. It is set away from the roundabout but it forces you to cross both ways at once. Visibility is poor coming from this direction.

New Bar Hill bridge.

Parallel Toucan and Pegasus crossings.

Overly wide and dangerous expanses of tarmac to cross, with vehicles speeding on/off the roundabout, a Highways England signature.

Overly wide and dangerous expanses of tarmac to cross, with vehicles speeding off the roundabout, a Highways England signature.

Newly renovated crossing (4m wide), now single stage & wider.

Newly renovated crossing.

Bridge carrying public footpath over the A14. This provides a useful connection for cyclists from Huntingdon Road to the access road that runs north-west, on the north side of the A14.

New NMU path on Dry Drayton Road bridge

New access road on the north side of the A14, used for local farm access only.

The hideously narrow cycle lanes painted recently in Girton. Too narrow for a person in a handcycle to use, and often covered in parked cars anyway.

Under the stairs at Mures Restaurant

Outside the Hobart Town Hall

Route signs on NCN route 5

The shared-use path from Hempton to Deddington goes via the cemetery lay-by.

The shared-use path from Deddington to Hempton goes via the cemetery lay-by.

Thanks (but sorry) Cardiff! Day 1 has been a huge success at the Castle Quarter Café. But you’ve eaten nearly all the restaurants out of food! Café now closing, slightly earlier than the 8.30 last orders time. See you from 10am tomorrow ... [more]

Well used racks by day, and mostly empty at night see #146065.

The bit of Hartling Drove Road after route 30 peels off through Santon Downham is largely sand! https://t.co/PAOVtJn6C9 https://t.co/ISYNlIOhKg

Bus gate signs that should mean this restriction becomes enforceable.

Bus gate signs that should mean this restriction becomes enforceable.

On the plus side they haven't put a 'Cyclists Dismount' sign here, which is to be commended. On the downside, we have lots of signs on the pavement. We need a LTN/change in the law.

No right of way between Ham Lane and Paul's Lane.

Near the lower entrance to the Ag Science area

Near the entrance to the Plant Science area

Near the entrance to the administration building

Near the entrance to the arts building

Near the entrance to the Arts Building

Near the entrance to the Computing Buidling

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Big Evans Cycles shop, Kendal [now closed]

Just splurged this month's advertising budget. https://t.co/Lme7LxmD3B (Note: the July 2020 event is cancelled: https://twitter.com/CriticalMassNN/status/1288919864346923008)

I had these installed 18 years ago 🤗, they fill up during the day see #147131.

Outside the Hobart City Council Service Centre

Outside Service Tasmania in Macquarie Street

Near the entrance to the Maths department

Near the entrance to the Maths/Physics buiding

Between Earl St and the univeristy

Bwteen Earll St and the University of Tasmania

Near the School of geography, University of tasmania

Near the School of geography, University of Tasmania

Alonside Grosvenor Crescent, University of Tamanai

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  • Icon 147945 The current cycle ways (on both sides of the road) have just taken space from the existing road. This means that the road (as marked on both sides) is now too narrow for a car. This leads to very close passes when a car overtakes a cyclist (a particular problem southbound going uphill) when they don’t realise that they have to straddle the centre line to safely pass, and even closer passes if a car is coming the opposite direction. Please either get rid of the cycle lanes, or get rid of the middle line, so that car drivers aren’t lulled into a false sense of security.
  • Icon 147944 Needs improvement as residents cannot park outside there houses have residential parking permits where they can park outside I.e. a permit with house address and vehicle registration so you know it's the right vehicle and not a visitor ,non residents could use the carpark where Hilary Morgans was
  • Icon 147943 The new road layout now means cyclists have to move to the right hand lane to go straight on towards Loudwater. This is dangerous and does not allow for a safe ride at this junction.
  • Icon 147942 Have cycleways both sides of the roads as people use the paths to cycle on and is dangerous to pedestrians especially the young and the old who walk on the path.
  • Icon 147941 Drivers speed off Kew bridge and the road narrows from 2 lanes to one then opens to 2 lanes again. To cycle towards Richmond on the A307 means holding the lane for a significant length of time and drivers tailgate. Slower speeds plus a cycle lane needs adding even if it means cutting in to the green - more cycles means more green clean air.
  • Icon 147940 This is a quite fast road from the A4 towards Chiswick and although quite wide is not safe for families to cycle nor to enable newer people to take up cycling
  • Icon 147939 Lights in the tunnel for safer passage
  • Icon 147938 Lights in the tunnel section for safer passage
  • Icon 147937 Ingham Road and Stow Park Road are not main roads and not too busy, I don't consider they need a dedicated cycle way but the main road from Sturton through Stow to Willingham is narrow and could be widened to make it safer and possibly be made wide enough to include cycles as well
  • Icon 147936 The footpaths from Stow to Sturton need maintaining so they are not overgrown
  • Icon 147935 The pavement between Stow and Willingham by Stow is in a bad state of repair especially the area out of Stow on the bends and on the bend past East Farm at Normanby by Stow.
  • Icon 147934 One part of Hughenden Boulevard (by the housing) has a cycle path, but for some reason not the stretch between Morrison’s and Hughenden Av.

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