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Shared use on Arlington Memorial Bridge.

Crossing the Arlington Memorial Bridge using bikeshare in Washington DC.

Shortcut between Clifton Road and Rustat Road.

The abandoned Raleigh bike that was an integral part of this Banksy seems to have been stolen...

Absolutely brand new Co-op shop, and they've put the cycle stands as far away as possible from the entrance - so no-one will use them, and Co-op management won't bother next time.

"Percy One Bike Night" - one of the smaller options at the Windmill Campersite, near Carisbrooke Castle on the Isle of Wight

Stream flooding road between Binsted Road and Mill Court Lane

Stream flooding road between Binsted Road and Mill Court Lane

The shared use path to War Memorial Park has finally reopened

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Bent signpost possibly caused by a passing high sided vehicle such as a van being driven without sufficient attention.

Traffic calming on a new development in Cambridge.

The Carter Bridge merges with Devonshire Road.

Harvey Goodwin Avenue

Harvey Goodwin Avenue

Short stretch of cycleway - just long enough to bump over a dropped kerb at a tangent, a cycle symbol, an arrow, some incorrect tactile paving, a give way marking and another angled dropped kerb..

poorly design merge onto a half width cycle lane Cyclists have to look over their shoulder while negotiating ladder paving then jink tightly right then left.

shared use bus shelter

Dangerously narrow half width cycle lane - scary when the trams come past. A stretch of the national cycle network that Sustrans decided to retain!

Dangerously narrow half width cycle lane

Short stretch of cycleway soon ends at a cyclist dismount sign

Short cycleway heads over some ladder paving to a cyclist dismount sign.

Signs of surfacing work on the new ncn51 jetty below rail and Trail bridges

cycleway gives way to minor side road

Cyclists Dismount sign at end of cycleway - but no ramp to rejoin carriageway.

Pedestrian/Cycle swing bridge.

Pedestrian / cycle lift bridge

Trafford Wharf

Cycleway signalled crossing

Large hatched extension to the central island has made a huge improvement here. Traffic speed are now much lower. This could be further improved by installing a proper cobbled runoff zone on the hatched area to discourage drivers from cutti ... [more]

A new secure cycle hub (with fob access) has opened at Market Harborough station.

I'm slightly surprised that the lifts at Amsterdam Centraal station aren't a bit bigger. One bike at a time, as a rule.

Bike parking and servicing at Amsterdam Centraal station

More cycle parking near Amsterdam Centraal station

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Local map for bike rental station shown at #64931, The "You are here" is in fact in the wrong place and that threw me for a while when I went I was trying to get my bearings.

Poster strongly aimed at encouraging people to get cycling in Arlington.

Capital bikeshare bicycle at the US Marine Corps Memorial, Iwo Jima.

The exit to this important cut through has very little visibility when cars are parked, with a white H line that is too short. Those car storage spaces should be removed, now that residents’ parking has reduced the demand in the area.

The white H marking (meaning "do not block access") was added here following prompting of the City Engineers by a campaign member. This has reduced the problem shown in #5827.

A trandem bike in cambrige

New bike racks along the wall near the Grand Arcade.

In Rotterdam, the cycle path remains open during construction work by means of a container tunnel.

Not before time! As long as it's legally enforceable, that is.

Cycles parked very tidily in Market Street.

Bikes left in a tidy row on their kickstands - no cycle stands here

The road leads into the tunnel under the IJ, the shared-use route to the right leads to the NEMO Science Museum and Amsterdam Centraal station

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  • Icon 155414 Bike hangar needed
  • Icon 155412 Rat run, excessive speeding in 20 mph limit.
  • Icon 155411 Excessive speeds in 20 mph limit, close to St Luke's School, blind corner and on bus route
  • Icon 155410 Used as a rat run. Excessive speeding. Children crossing Down Terrace to get to St Luke's School.
  • Icon 155409 There is no pavement (though there is a grass verge). Traffic moves quickly and this route is needed to go to Brown's Wood and Milton Ernest (from Oakley)
  • Icon 155408 Changing this 'advisory' cycle lane (dashed white line) to a 'mandatory' cycle lane (solid white line) would prevent vehicles from parking and forcing a cyclist into the road - if width of road legally allows.
  • Icon 155407 Low Traffic Neighbourhood to increase pleasantness of the area and park, preventing rat run and commuter parking and fly tipping
  • Icon 155406 Carriageway signage indicates Grimsby Road is the preferred route to town centre. However this route can be intimidating for a cyclist especially with the new pedestrian islands installed which seem to encourage motor vehicles to try to squeeze their way in to a very narrow section. Shared footway and cycle lane would help.
  • Icon 155405 B1200 might be wide enough to introduce a shared use footway/cycle route towards Louth (at least up to the marked town centre route at the junction with Stewton Lane).
  • Icon 155404 Signage indicated cycle route to town centre along Stewton Lane but the cyclist encounters 'End of Cycle Route' notices by the leisure centre with no further indication of where the town centre is!
  • Icon 155403 Much better cycling route since new road surface - lots more dog walkers now (24/11//20)
  • Icon 155402 Nice quiet route from Liverton to Newton Abbot

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