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Link from Davenport Lane Altrincham, to Bridgewater Way resurfaced May 2019.

No cycle access, No disabled access. Access for rangers vehicles (locked). Horse traps and pedestrian access. How unsatisfactory is that for a gate on a cycleway.

Bridgewater Way looking towards Seamons Road Bridge

Link from Seamons Road Bridge down to Bridgewater Way resurfaced May 2019. Push button not yet moved so no way anyone disabled can come up the ramp and push the button to go over the bridge.

Several residents would require secured bike parking. I don't think simple Sheffield stands provide sufficient protection. Is there any chance to provide a secured parking?

Cycle contraflow

Parking on pavements and the cycle lane at the new Travelodge. See also #108783. Credit: RL

Parking on pavements and the cycle lane at the new Travelodge. See also #108784. Credit: RL

Entrance to segregated cycleway blocked by parked taxi.

Segregated cycleway blocked by parked cars.

Busway cyclepath, Cambridge Assessment frontage, central section. Fence protects rock cages supporting difference in levels of up to about 1.5m. This would need to be stabilised before the path could be widened about 1.5m to boundary fenc ... [more]

Busway cyclepath, Cambridge Assessment frontage, northern section. Verge and gravel infill by cyclepath - no problem to increase path width!

Busway cyclepath, Cambridge Assessment frontage, northern section. Fence protects rock cages as ground falls away from the path level (to a maximum of about 1.5m. Widening cyclepath at this point would require stabilisation of this wall.

Busway cyclepath, Cambridge Assessment frontage, southern section. About 1.5m space available to increase width of cycleway to boundary fence.

Busway cyclepath looking north from corner of Clare College sports ground and along University Press frontage. Plenty of room to widen cycle-way.

Busway cyclepath by Clare College sports ground. Almost 1m from edge of path to fence. Could bee used to widen cyclepath if lighting pillars moved.

Busway cyclepath looking north at the corner of Clare College sports ground. A culvert inhibits easy widening of the cyclepath at this point.

Busway north of Long Road underpass. With moving of light pillars and cutting of hedge at least 1.5m could be added to width of busway path.

Busway cyclepath, Long Road underpass, looking south. Path should be re-aligned to improve sight lines through tunnel and junction with access from Long Road by moving away from busway track.

Trumpington cycleway at Long Road underpass. To improve sight wys and prepare for re-opening of southern access from Long Road the line of the path should be moved away from the busway to permit sighting through the tunnel on approach.

Trumpington busway where a culvertnarrows options for widening cycle-path at this point.

Trumpington Busway crossing Hobson Avenue. Electrical switchboxes on the edge of the cycle-path would require a lot of work to move for path widening.

Trumpington busway behind Fostar Road looking NE. A short section wheree the graded margin slopes down to the path. Could be dug back and stabilised with rock-cages and light pillars moved to add width.

Trumpington busway looking NE under Shelford Road Bridge. With removal of lighting pillar 1m could be added to widthof path, even under bridge.

Trumpington Busway looking NE, behind Cranleigh Close. Over 1m could easily be added to the width of the path by surfacing up to the cages.

Trumpington busway path looking back to Hauxton Road bridge. There is no possibility of widening the path under the bridge but minimal works could add 1m width.

Tight curve on a steep gradient entering the busway path at Trumpington P&R. Could be improved by following line of busway?

Alternative route just above the main A3074 into St Ives - it would be nice if (one day) cyclists could use this in both directions.

One-way, no motor vehicles except for access - it would be nice if contraflow cycling could be permitted here.

Skidden Hill (ie skidding...) - now one-way, but it would be nice if cyclists could go down this way to central St Ives.

Byway past Wheal Owles (the 'Poldark' mine, with a bit of help from CGI)

Route sign on the byway between the National Trust's Levant and Botallack mines

Start of paved bridleway down to Porthgwarra

Bridleway to Porthcurno beach

A German mountain biker went over a cliff near here and died last year - you really shouldn't be cycling on the Cornish Coastal Footpath.

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Harvest Way Survey of proposed streets for conversion to two-way cycling, June 2012.

Riders on a van-supported Land's End-John O'Groats ride posing for a photo (a couple of hundred metres from the actual end of the land).

Staff cycle parking (mainly) at Land's End, cluttered up with motor bikes

New sign at the start of NCN route 3 (The Cornish Way) - 'The National Cycle Network starts and finishes here!'

NCN route 3 ending at the A30, Land's End

Intermittent painted cycle lanes on the 40mph A88 Bellsdyke Road, a signed diversion route for the M876 motorway.

Can “security” vans stop where ever they like? This guy claims he can, while doing so he is blocking access to Gordon St counter-way cycle lane. @GlasgowCC @polscotrpu ?? https://t.co/EcNWYhbFIf

Love it or hate it, the closure of Hammersmith Bridge [to motor traffic] certainly makes the cycle ride to sports day more enjoyable: #notchiswick https://t.co/ksqeJWZQAw

#Camusnagaul Ferry to #FortWilliam On-demand public transport at its finest #NCN78 #sustrans http://t.co/0u83J7eTF0

No cycling from St Michael's Mount to the mainland for the next few hours, and no bikes on the boats.

There's a Pushchair Park on St Michael's Mount but no cycle parking

There's a Pushchair Park on St Michael's Mount but no cycle parking

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  • Icon 108789 Bridgewater Way and the canal looking towards Seamons Road Bridge.
  • Icon 108751 There is one already but needs another one outside 26 and 28 charring cross road
  • Icon 108735 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 108734 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 108727 My flatmate and I moved this location 2 weeks ago. But There is no space for our bikes. We don't know what we do and we exactly need it. Thank you
  • Icon 108722 Planning department have added a condition of bike parking for change of use from retail to office. 700sq m office could do with at least 3 bike bays
  • Icon 108720 Opposite Is a number of shops bars and restaurants but nowhere suitable to lock bikes safely. This location is tucked away from main road but safe place to leave bike while visiting local shops
  • Icon 108709 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 108695 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 108678 Outside Pineapple Studios and serving Mercer walk. There are not enough cycle spaces for this new shopping area. I regularly attend the dance studios and am always having to attach my bike to lamp posts.
  • Icon 108649 Disabled tricycle - I have brought a disabled tricycle but it’s very wide and very different for me to take inside my home flat a 4 Parliment hill NW3 2sy. It is also plain full as I have 7 steps to the front door. Please can I leave it outside on the road? I have a blue badge and receive PIP registered disabled.
  • Icon 108645 Cycle parking needed here.

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