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Two-way cycleway and mountain-bike police, Paris

Mountain-bike police, Paris

A bike hangar - a rare sight in Paris (and could that car be any closer?)

Not a dead-end for cyclists, but not much use as a through route either.

Cycleway beneath the Petite Ceinture railway, which would make a great elevated park/cycleway.

No Entry Except Cycles (beneath the Petite Ceinture railway, which would make a great elevated park/cycleway).

Cycleway thoroughly blocked, despite segregation barrier.

Cycle crossing at the Haussmann/St-Augustin intersection, Paris

No Entry - except buses, taxis, bikes, local access.

Traffic-free street, Paris

Rising bollards, No Entry Except Cyclists, Paris

Modal filter and bike-sharing station, Paris

Véloactif e-bike shop and e-cargo bikes, Paris

Modal filtering and cycle crossing, Paris

Route signs, Paris

No Motor Vehicles - obstructed by a delivery truck.

Cycle parking and contraflow, Paris

Contraflow cycling markings

Segregated cycleway, Paris

Found the Embarcadero Freeway gravestone. Good riddance! https://t.co/7l80oON5Mg

Steps to enter the cycle space on this German InterCity train

Cycle parking at Augsburg station

Two-way cycle lane to Augsburg station

Cycleway (no pedestrian space, apparently)

Separate pedestrian and cycle paths.

Cycle crossing and left-turn box

Cycle crossing and left-turn box

Crossings with cycle lights

Laundry delivery bike, Augsburg

Roadworks - beware of pedestrians in what looks like a cycle lane.

Steps to the left, canalside path to the right.

[Image taken 16.1.22] Marygate Lane from St Mary’s, York. Looking over the wall to Marygate Lane/Marygate car park, direction of Frederic Street. Note the cobbles. Context and links: #177760.

[Image taken 16.1.22] Marygate Lane from St Mary’s, York. Looking over the wall to Marygate Lane/Marygate car park, direction of the rail underpass to/from Bootham Terrace/Longfield Terrace. Note the cobbles. There's a TransPennine Expres ... [more]

This is apparently a cycleway

[Image taken 16.1.22] St Mary’s, St Mary’s Lane, York. Looking in the direction of Bootham. Note the cobbles. Context and links: #177760.

[Image taken 16.1.22] St Mary’s/St Mary’s Lane, York. Looking down the steps (no cycle runner) to Marygate Lane. Context and links: #177760.

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Yeuchy conditions at the bottom of Castle Hill.

Full for an event at Kettle's Yard.

Northampton Street

[Image taken 16.1.22] St Mary’s Lane, York. Looking along St Mary’s Lane towards the steps at the junction with St Mary’s Lane (see: #). Note the damaged tarmac AND the gouges out of the grass verge. Context and links: #177760.

[Image taken 16.1.22] St Mary’s Lane, York. Looking along St Mary’s Lane towards the steps at the junction with St Mary’s Lane (see: #177813). Note the damaged tarmac. Context and links: #177760.

[Image taken 16.1.22] St Mary’s Lane, York. Looking along St Mary’s Lane towards St Mary’s steps (see: #177808). Note the damaged tarmac. Context and links: #177760.

[Image taken 16.1.22] Looking along St Mary’s Lane, York. Tarmac damage. Context and links: #177760.

[Image taken 16.1.22] St Mary’s to Marygate Lane/Marygate car park, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location.] Note the cycle runner. Note the cobbles at the lower level on the left. Context and links: #177760.

Image taken 16.1.22] St Mary’s, York. Looking towards Bootham – and the site of the planned crossing. Tarmac damage. Context and links: #177760.

Image taken 16.1.22] St Mary’s, York. Tarmac damage. Context and links: #177760.

[Image taken 16.1.22] St Mary’s, York. Tarmac damage. Context and links: #177760.

[Image taken 16.1.22] St Mary’s, York. Tarmac damage. Context and links: #177760.

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  • Icon 177852 Add footpath
  • Icon 177831 Main road too dangerous for cyclists at present
  • Icon 177737 Most of the markers already in existence have disappeared or are so faint as to be useless
  • Icon 177732 Need a cycle path from Cross Houses to Weeping Cross, Shrewsbury.
  • Icon 177731 Create a segregated cycle lane from Shillingford to Sandford to allow commuters a safe option to cycle to and from Oxford to Wallingford. There is more than enough room on either side of the road, apart from Nuneham Courtenay. This route is currently treacherous for cyclists and existing infrastructure is poorly maintained and bumpy.
  • Icon 177729 To enable cyclists to travel safely along from this junction on A458 to B4473
  • Icon 177728 Some sort of footway to enable pedestrians to cross the railway bridge. Very narrow and fast moving traffic, but have seen pedestrians walking over the bridge even at night which is extremely dangerous
  • Icon 177727 Very dangerous crossing of A49 for pedestrians and cyclists. There is a wide verge which would facilitate a decent junction improvement allowing for a refuge and a path to enable crossing straight over, where there is the best visibility
  • Icon 177726 Dangerous crossing point of A49 for walkers and cyclists, needs some decent traffic management
  • Icon 177722 A fast narrow road with constant traffic. Also crossing the A5 is really dangerous. The road through Hanwood needs a cycle path.
  • Icon 177721 Roundabout is dangerous to cross, traffic very fast. Difficult to cross on a bike, almost impossible on foot. Whole road from Caradoc View to the A5 is narrow, windy and busy - not safe to cycle on in either direction. A488 from A5 to Radbrook is similar and needs improvement.
  • Icon 177720 Cars parked on driveways overhanging and blocking the pavement forcing people to walk on slippery and very muddy grass verge

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