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Fatal crash 40 year old male cyclist killed https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-47555228 https://www.theedinburghreporter.co.uk/2019/03/cyclist-dies-following-collision-with-lorry-in-portobello/ https://www.t ... [more]

So my first trip up the protected cycleway on Leith Walk was predictably enjoyable https://t.co/1OKNi69gCn

Leaving the King's Buildings Campus, a toucan light allows you to set off in all directions during the pedestrian phase. Unfortunately, in the other direction you can use the toucan only from the "quality bike corridor" on Mayfield Road (fo ... [more]

Cycleway junction near Edinburgh Park station.

A route sign for the college tells people on bikes to dismount and use the pedestrian crossing.

A sign for route 8 tells people on bikes to dismount and use the pedestrian crossing. There is plenty of room to provide a proper cycleway.

So having followed red background signs on the "RR" cycle route I now encounter one with a green background, which are meant to be for the opposite direction.

The Innocent Railway Path approaching the Innocent Tunnel, with the path into Holyrood Park off to the left.

Limited sightlines at the junction with the Innocent Railway Path (NCN1).

The John Muir Way turns left here, to join the Innocent Railway Path (NCN1).

The John Muir Way turns right here down the connection to the Innocent Railway Path (NCN1).

On my first pass of this junction I saw the "RR" cycle route sign on the right at the last minute and continued to head straight on up the road on the left. However, after seeing no further signs, I came back to this junction for another lo ... [more]

"RR" route sign at Fairmilehead.

The junction of the "RR" cycle route with the A701 at Kaimes has nothing more than Advance Stop Lines.

The newly surfaced path through the Burdiehouse Burn Valley Park, at the turn-off for Gilmerton Dykes Street.

Directions in the Burdiehouse Burn Valley Park are by way of these stone blocks. It wasn't obvious to me at the time which way was which, but I see from the map that it gives the name of a nearby street on one side.

Narrow painted cycle lanes on Gilmerton Road

The path from Cultins Road joins the Union Canal towpath, which is lit with LED catseyes at this point. No identification of the location is offered to canal users.

The junction of the Edinburgh Family Network route 8 and the path to Saughton tram stop. The white line on the main path has been erased for a short section. The toucan crossing across Saughton Road is arranged somewhat better than at Broom ... [more]

The end of the George Street cycleway at St Andrew Square

Path junction where the Roseburn Path (see #59015) splits into the Blackhall Path and the Telford Path. Another path crosses these, and Give Way markings have been put on the main paths.

Path junction near Balgreen tram stop

The tramway goes over a flyover but the cycleway goes through an obstacle course at road crossing, to improve riders' skills presumably! UPDATE: See #56279 - now work has finished they've replaced the yellow bollard with a thinner black ... [more]

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