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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

Near the entrance to the Maths department

Near the entrance to the Maths/Physics buiding

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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

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

Near the Rugby Club rooms, University of Tasmania

Near the rugby club

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  • Icon 147784 Can you reinstall the signs and stiles to stop cycles using the wandle trail footpath between river gardens and nightingale road. Its narrow and dangerous for pedestrians when cyclists speed along it. There is already a cycle route along the causeway yet the always use the footpath.
  • Icon 147783 Place the pavement to carry on to the crossroads There is already a bench at the crossroad but you cannot safely get to use it
  • Icon 147782 Why not create an off-road cycleway next to Sudbrooke Lane? This would nicely connect Nettleham with Sudbrooke, allowing people from Sudbrooke to sustainably travel to access services in Nettleham. There is a planning application that mandates a cycle track be built part of the way along Sudbrooke Lane, why not complete it the full length?
  • Icon 147781 Change priority so that pedestrians and cyclists have right of way.
  • Icon 147780 Pavement is too narrow for double buggy Widen the path as its used throughout the day for children too and from school/nursery. It's too narrow for a wheelchair.
  • Icon 147779 Recognize the desire line of cyclists and pedestrians and tarmac this. The current double switchback puts everyone in conflict. The current design is idiotic and completely fails to consider the turning circle of bikes, resulting in a muddy desire line which makes the tarmac slippery (i.e. dangerous).
  • Icon 147778 Path is poor quality and far too narrow
  • Icon 147777 Cycle path quality is awful and far too narrow
  • Icon 147776 Remove the stealth culleys. They can take novice riders of. Deeper gulleys with grates over would be safer.
  • Icon 147775 No marked cycle way through North Street, the busiest and most dengerous place to cycle in Bourne
  • Icon 147774 Cycle paths / path is not wide enough from the roundabout to Tesco
  • Icon 147773 Add clear markings to show the painted northbound cycle lane is not intended for southbound cycle traffic. Also regularly repaint the southbound markings. The use of this road by hgvs seems to scrub these markings quickly

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