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Photo listing : road environments (problem)

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This listing only shows photos within Edinburgh.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Replacement 'magic paint' cycleway on George Street as much use as a chocolate teapot https://t.co/2qb5jsG69n

Why not? #welcometoEdinburgh http://t.co/Z5yo3eLmfF

Warning !! Awful road surface to navigate narrow road while keeping check of traffic in both direction.

Warning ! Horrific road surface to navigate on blind bend corner is often cut by oncoming traffic.

Poorly managed high speed junction, accident black spot to popular cyclist route away from main roads.

Heavily damaged road surface forcing cyclist to centre of carriage way on high speed carriageway with extensive usage by HGV's.

Warning ! Large crack in road forcing cyclists out to centre or carriageway. There is a second one 5 metres on.

A reminder that details are important - puddle exactly on the new #meadows #innocent bike extension http://t.co/E2xo0y9F0l See also #67245.

A reminder that details are important - puddle exactly on the new #meadows #innocent bike extension http://t.co/E2xo0y9F0l See also #67244.

I don't know what they were thinking either! The cycle lane has a 'Give Way' at the far end of the bus stop.

Random worn-out painted cycle lanes on a roundabout. Certainly not where I'd position myself on the road!

There is plenty of roadspace, but the cycle lanes have stopped, and the motorists are driving too fast, setting off the electronic speed sign.

The "RR" cycle route has plenty of roadspace, but it has been arranged for the convenience of motorists, without any thought about cycling!

Narrow painted cycle lanes on Gilmerton Road

Narrow painted cycle lanes on very busy Old Dalkeith Road

A poor road surface on Bruntsfield Place, and a doorzone cycle lane past some car parking.

The northern part of Cultins Road is one-way, but only a narrow and poorly signed shared-use footway has been provided for cyclists going the other way. This road links Edinburgh Park station and business park to the Union Canal.

NCN75 on North St Andrew Street

NCN75 on North St Andrew Street.

Words fail me. NCN75.

Multi-stage caged toucan crossing across tramway and dual carriageway on South Gyle Broadway. It's clear what the local council's priorities are here. The observant will notice that the crossing call-button panel is for a pedestrian cros ... [more]

Watch out for that door!

Crossing the tramlines here can be a serious hazard, take care.

Shared-use cycle lane. They went onto the footway at this point.

Toucan crossing underneath tram bridge. A great place to cross the road!

Tramway cycle path alongside road with random 'No Entry' sign.

The 'bus/taxi/cycle only' signs have been painted out and replaced with 'No Entry except local buses'. Why?

Turn right, unless you're cycling

Cycle lanes on Gilmore Place, with part-time waiting restrictions

Uncontrolled crossing of three carriageways of A720 Edinburgh City Bypass (see also #37433). Also showing restrictions on vehicle classes on bypass.

Uncontrolled road crossing for cyclists and pedestrians crossing the A720 Edinburgh City Bypass (see also #37434). It is normally somewhat busier than in this picture!

Road crossing half way down side road on A8 cyclepath

poor drainage on road

Tram left in the middle of Princes Street - a reminder of a project in trouble

More blasted cobbles in Scotland Street.

A road closure here - for tramway works. But there's no special crossing for bikes - who have to use the pedestrian crossings.

Danger - make sure you don't ride into the tramlines. A cycle tour of Edinburgh at the CycleNation / CTC conference, November 2010.

More blasted cobbles!

Useless cycle lanes #1 Location: Newhaven, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom) Why bother? Does this help anyone? No. You've got to feel sorry for the people who have to paint these bizarre white lines. Can anyone think this is usefu ... [more]

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