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The 36 newest photos

New pedestrian area

No No Entry sign, so cyclists should be able to cut through along Berners Mews

Mews cut-through towards the BT Tower

No Motor Vehicles on this link to Oxford Street

Cycle parking just off Oxford Street

Closed road to Oxford St with cycle parking

Cycle parking just off Oxford Street

Pedestrian alley to Oxford Street

New cycle parking on both sides of the road

New cycle parking on both sides of the road

New cycle parking on both sides of the road

Pedestrian alley (with cycle parking ahead)

Railway Walk - cycle route between Wolverton and Newport Pagnell on a former railway line.

Cycle parking on a pedestrian alley

New pedestrian area

Cycleway alongside V6 Grafton Street, Milton Keynes

Pedestrian alley with no cycle facilities

Cycleway alongside V6 Grafton Street, Milton Keynes

Painted protection for cyclists on this corner

Cycleway alongside H3 Monks Way, Milton Keynes

Modal filter and cycle parking

Cycleway alongside V5 Great Monks Street, Milton Keynes

Cycleway alongside V5 Great Monks Street, Milton Keynes

Cycle parking with modal filter ahead

Contraflow cycle lane

Excellent new people-friendly streetscaping

Lots of cycle parking on this excellent new streetscape

No Entry except Cycles, surely, given how much cycle parking there is here?

No Entry Except Cycles

Contraflow cycle lane

Bike hangar and cycle contraflow ahead

Private motorbike and cycle parking at the Institute for Fiscal Studies

Two bike stands here, two more up by the next corner

Bike-sharing station on Quietway 1, but no actual cycle parking at RADA

Lots of bike stands and sharing bikes at Birkbeck College

Cycle parking at the Bloomsbury Theatre

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The 12 most recently modified photos

One Way, Dead End ?? Actually, it's a through road but it brings you right back here.

[Image taken 25.1.23] Outside St Luke's church, Burton Stone Lane, junction wiith Shipton Street, York. Centreline tarmac damage at a road narrowing. That infra requires people on cycles to move out into the carriageway. Cyclists ought to b ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, outside St Luke's church, York. Cracking tarmac close to the kerb. Few people in York have learned to ride assertively. Plus low driving standards and high motorist speeds can force even the bravest ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.23] Shipton Street junction with Burton Stone Lane, York. Centreline tarmac damage and potholes at a junction. All of this is a serious problem for people cycling. At any location. But the high speeds, and low standards of ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.23] Outside 150 Burton Stone Lane, York. This looks like new tarmac. It seems to be already failing. The carriageways on this street are narrow, driving speeds much higher than the 20mph limit and people in cycles have to ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, junction with Glencoe Street, York. Is this new tarmac that is already failing around an ironwork? Other image today and links: #190043.

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, looking north from outside Heron Foods, York. Centreline tarmac damage. Damage in the other direction and links see: #190160. Other image today and links: #190043.

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane looking south just before the junction with Glencoe Street, York. Centre line damage to the tarmac. A real hazard for people cycling see: #190158. Continuation of the damage northbound see: #190161. O ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, just north of the junction with Glencoe Street, York. Centre line damage. This is a serious hazard for people cycling. It can trap wheels and/or 'hold' them. Water gets under the surface, freezes, ex ... [more]

Pop-up road closure outside the UCL Institute of Archeology, with no provision for cyclists

Pop-up road closure and bike-sharing station

Good use of space outside a University of London building

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  • Icon 190411 Traffic too fast, should be 30 mile an hour area all the way along. Too many large vehicles use as a cut through causing traffic jams and making it unsafe for people
  • Icon 190348 Hedge needs trimming otherwise it restricts walking especially when brambles threaten to narrow path.
  • Icon 190347 I know the pavement is not an official cycleway, but it could be. If the vegetation was cleared from the pavement, there would be plenty of room for pedestrians and cyclists. The A38 is simply not safe for cyclists. We really need a proper, safe cycleway into Bristol along the A38.
  • Icon 190346 Hedgerows are old and need to be maintained - it's more of a problem that plant material is left to rot on the road and it gets very muddy at the margins, with only a narrow strip in between that is walkable.
  • Icon 190182 20mph as the street is in constant use for the GP and community centre, and the slope tempts drivers to drive down the hill too fast.
  • Icon 190181 Pedestrian/ bike path to the Park & Ride from the bike path, to save a long route round on the pavement by the main road.
  • Icon 190180 20mph limit as the street is a busy walking and cycling route to the primary school and nursery.
  • Icon 190179 Pavement needed on this side of road to get to Gateway bus stop. Resident has sustained permanent injury trying to get to bus stop and nearly being hit by vehicles.
  • Icon 190178 No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.
  • Icon 190177 No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.
  • Icon 190176 No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.
  • Icon 190151 This road is very narrow and cars travel in excess of 30mph regularly. I walk my grandchildren to / from school and it is very dangerous.

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