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North-side precast sections being waterproofed: Chisholm Trail underpass

'Easy' utilities suspended and undercut, but water main (?) still not addressed: Chisholm Trail underpass works on south side of Newmarket Road

Utilities suspended and undercut: Chisholm Trail underpass works on north side of Newmarket Road

[Image taken 16.2.21] The cycle route around York, Monks Cross retail park is open to the road on this side. The blocks of paint link with a zebra crossing to the left. Therefore it is clear they comprise a pedestrian crossing. However if p ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] York, Monks Cross retail park has a two-way cycle route around the perimeter. At the point pedestrians may be crossing there is tactile paving in the cycle route. There are no pedestrians crossing signs. It is not clea ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] York, Monks Cross retail park has a bi-directional cycle route around the perimeter. Pedestrian routes 'trickle' from the car parking areas to the retail outlets and must cross the cycle route. Some pedestrian routes a ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] This pedestrian route leads right through the York, Monks Cross retail park car park. There is a warning sign for pedestrians at the point it crosses the two-way cycle route: Look both ways. It does not specify that it ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] York, Monks Cross retail park has a network of pedestrian and cycle routes around and through the car parking areas. The pedestrian route here seems to me to be very obvious. There is tactile paving on the pavement and ... [more]

[Image taken 16.2.21] Monks Cross, York, retail area has a network of pavements and cycle routes including around the perimeter. However, there are gaps in the continuity. For example there is no drop kerb for pedestrians or people on cycle ... [more]

[Image taken 23.2.21] York - transporting domestic compost by bike. Depositing the compost at the designated area Greenfields Community Garden. See also #164366, #164367, #164368, #164369

[Image taken 23.2.21] York - transporting domestic compost by bike. Approaching the composting area Greenfields Community Garden. See also #164366, #164367, #164368, #164370

[Image taken 23.2.21] York - transporting domestic compost by bike. The storage container and a view of some of the Greenfields Community Garden. See also #164366, #164367, #164369, #164370

[Image taken 23.2.21] York - transporting domestic compost by bike. Arrival at Greenfields Community Garden. See also #164366, #164368, #164369, #164370

[Image taken 23.2.21] We don't have a garden. We don't want to put compostable kitchen waste into landfill though. So we have a composter. When it fills up, we bag up some of the contents and carry it in our cycle trailer from home - this i ... [more]

Ronald Rolph Court is an area of small businesses.

The lines of desire - Bicycle and Footprints in the miry clay, where a Segregated Bicycle Lane is desperately needed along St Oswalds Road, Gloucester. Wide roads and narrow paths abound here.

Bollards are the only sure way to stop this being overrun by motor vehicles. Fixes problem reported in #87878.

Segregated cycle lane on Drayton Park under construction.

Segregated cycleway through filter, alongside pedestrian path with planting. Part of Cycle Superhighway 6.

Pop up cycle lane through bus stop boarder.

Pop up segregated cycle lane on St Pancras Way, using wands.

[Image taken 18.2.21] Flyparked cycles on Micklegate, York. The owners were getting coffees next door. Just one example to illustrate that more cycle parking is needed at this end of the street. See also #164327, #164328

This image from Google Street View shows full Sheffield racks in August 2019. Micklegate is close to the city centre and is home to independent bookshops, cafes... I believe there is a need for more cycle parking - specifically, closer to t ... [more]

[Image taken 18.2.21] On Micklegate, York, a gap in the Sheffields opposite the post office has been marked up with a scooter symbol. E-scooters/hire scooters from Tier.app appeared in this city on 20 October 2020 (https://www.yorkpress.co. ... [more]

[Image taken 18.2.21] York, Wigginton Road. The Do not overtake cyclists sign is now visible but it is very close to the junction. This would seem to limit the chances of drivers seeing it and is too late on this section of Wigginton Road f ... [more]

[Image taken 18.2.21] York, Wigginton Road. Again, the Do not overtake cyclists sign would seem to have limited use being placed among a line of other signs, and therefore obscured. See also: #164311, #164310, #164312, #164313, #164315

[Image taken 18.2.21] York, Wigginton Road. Only at this point do road users have a chance of seeing the Do not overtake cyclists sign. But this location is too late to make a difference. Plus drivers have had so many signs with so many mes ... [more]

[Image taken 18.2.21] York, Wigginton Road. Too many signs. Messages get lost. The Do not overtake cyclists sign is still completely obscured at this point and therefore has no value. See also: #164311, #164310, #164313, #164314, #164315

[Image taken 18.2.21] York: First of a blizzard of signs aimed at road users on Wigginton Road ahead of works at the junction with Crichton Avenue. The road is uphill, the carriageway in each direction is very narrow. It is used by large ve ... [more]

[Image taken 18.2.21] York: Do not overtake cyclists signs are in place at works at the junction of Crichton Avenue and Wigginton Roads. I was pleased to see these signs. I believe the first example appeared in the city in 2020. I had ... [more]

Dark, muddy path is not cycle friendly

Unnecessary cycle lane on pavement at road junction

The car parking even extends underneath this block of flats

Are these homes designed for cars or for humans?

The 'local centre' is mainly just a giant supermarket with an even bigger car park. This is not walk or cycle friendly.

Well-built bus stop (although lacking information)

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Monks Cross Retail Park two Saturday's before Christmas. The 'traffic lanes' are very narrow. You can hear them in use. There is a drainage channel alongside the cycle route. The noise of wheels on grille is audible. The driver in this imag ... [more]

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

Cycle parking at Ronald Rolph Court, an area of small businesses.

Route C6 crossing Gray's Inn Road.

Cycleway on Ampton Street

Nice cut-through near King's Cross

Cycleway on Ampton Street

Anticipating a break in the traffic.

Central cycle lane on Newmarket Road - here to avoid the left turn only lane into Ditton Lane.

A gate that by covenant is always kept ajar. There's a segregated foot and cycle path to the left.

Heavy trikes for hire.

Sha Tin

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  • Icon 164394 Remove cycleway from road and allocate space on the ample footpaths eith side of the carriageways.
  • Icon 164390 This crossroads is a busy nodal point for people walking, to schools, and facilities in Penkhull, a raised table would calm road traffic to make the whole junction and surrounding streets safer.
  • Icon 164389 There are segregated cycle tracks along Harpfield Road, really useful for school and hospital cycle traffic, but there are no facilities to assist through the 4 armed roundabout with Newcastle Lane. This roundabout is still the original very old design, and highway engineering has advanced considerably in this time. Unusually, this roundabout is fortunate to be set in plenty of public space. A Dutch style roundabout with cycle facilities and zebra crossings of the arms for pedestrians could be created to improve safety and encourage more active travel.
  • Icon 164388 There are segregated cycle tracks along Harpfield Road, really useful for school and hospital cycle traffic, but there are no facilities to assist through the 6 armed roundabout with Keelings Drive. This roundabout is still the original very old design, and highway engineering has advanced considerably in this time. Unusually, this roundabout is fortunate to be set in plenty of public space. A Dutch style roundabout with cycle facilities and zebra crossings of the arms for pedestrians could be created to improve safety and encourage more active travel.
  • Icon 164382 Widen path to create safe link into Scremerston Village and avoiding dangerous junction
  • Icon 164380 Most densely populated street in Hanover, shouldn't facilitate non-resident parking. Resident + visitor permit parking only, designated unloading (prevent delivery vans blocking road), planters at either end to discourage through traffic
  • Icon 164379 Traffic cut through and speeding
  • Icon 164378 Gate to access path through allotments is very difficult to use for bikes. Needs cattle grid and accessible gate.
  • Icon 164377 Shared path ends before useful link to off road route across to university. could be extended to link Kilburn Rd to Hospital Fields junction
  • Icon 164376 Canal towpath is very poor throughout Hemel and Berkhamsted. Very muddy, pot holes narrow with overgrown hedges. The whole length needs to be improved for walking and cycling which avoids busy roads
  • Icon 164375 The surface on the whole Nicky line is terrible particularly in winter. can it be re-surfaced like the Alban way is?
  • Icon 164374 Cars frequently drive the wrong way up the one-way Cecil Road to cut off the corner and then very fast up Cavendish Road.

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