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The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

Chicane on the Regent’s Canal towpath.

Chicane on the Regent’s Canal towpath.

Chicane on the Regent’s Canal towpath doing it's job.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

Ramps on the side of these steps.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath - very low headroom through this tunnel.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot. Here near the Pirate's Castle.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

The Regent’s Canal towpath is not much use for effective cycling when there are many people enjoying the waterway vicinity on foot.

Human Forest bike share https://humanforest.co.uk/

Hampstead Road cycleway

Drummond Street two way cycling

Drummond Street two way cycling

Milton Keynes Central from 10th floor of an hotel. The MK cycle hub getcycling is in the shot, see #64434. https://www.getsmartertravelmk.org/cycling

Chunky timber (?) sections occupying a plausible location for a culvert for realigned brook under ncn51

Lots of waterproof membrane embedded in the brook fill??

Newly spotted in the compound, an 'asphalt paver'

Dead end signs now in place at experimental modal filters. Just missing an 'Except Cycles' sign although the cycling direction sign is almost as good.

A driver stopped on the Beith Street toucan crossing, which then changed to the pedestrian/cycle phase, and she is also using her phone.

A cyclist taking a short-cut away from the official crossing point on NCN 7, across the Riverside Museum approach road, despite having to bump the kerbs. There is a significant desire line evident in the grass.

A Next Bike hire station right outside the Riverside Museum.

Car parking partly blocking the dropped kerb for the cycle path access at Fore Street, also partly on the school zig-zag markings.

The shared-use footway on Archerhill Road crosses sides, from the wide footway to the narrow footway with a campervan parked on it, right at the end of the zig-zags for the toucan crossing and next to a junction.

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Madingley Road cycleway

Dropped kerb on cycleway

Entrance on the left to the Barton Road cycleway.

Sign for NCN route 48, Stow-on-the-Wold

Milton Keynes There's a panel shown at #64434 which tries to explain what this facility is all about. When I visited this link on 15 Feb 2015: gear-change.co.uk it redirected to another website: http://www.gonnadoo.com/ whose main ... [more]

On "drop-off Sunday" (beginning of term) Kings Parade was reduced to one lane by parents delivering their offspring and belongings to Corpus Christi College. To give way to oncoming traffic the taxi KX56 HHV (license 158, see also #19068 an ... [more]

Car parking by a professional driver on the shared-use footway on Archerhill Road.

The finished pop-up cycle lane on Great Western Road.

Car parking in the pop-up cycle lane on Great Western Road.

The finished pop-up cycle lane on Great Western Road.

Taller piles, bigger hole, beside eastern end of jetty.

Taller piles, and the hole they contain is beginning to look big enough for a culvert on the new brook alignment. Meanwhile, detailed (cosmetic?) brickwork at the end of the jetty.

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  • Icon 151828 Cars frequently speeding down Cambridge road. Add traffic calming measures or reduce to 20mph.
  • Icon 151801 Where can we store our bikes safely? There's only space to park cars - should be encouraging greener transport methods especially during covid
  • Icon 151800 Would be great to have a bike hangar around here as there is no provision for bike storage in many flats and no nearby storage options
  • Icon 151799 Cyclists use the pavement as there is no safe space on the road, this is dangerous when cars are entering/exiting driveways. Create dedicated cycle lane
  • Icon 151798 This is a dreadful corner to negotiate on foot, on a busy road, with blind bends and nowhere for pedestrians to take refuge. It is a link between the Green Lane walk from/to Cherry and the Viking Way into Lincoln. A footpath would be excellent.
  • Icon 151796 A safe cycle route from the village of Thorpe on the Hill along Moor Lane is needed. This is a route that links to Hykeham Road via Thorpe Lane crossing the busy and dangerous A46. If this route from Moor Lane to Hykeham Road can have a cycle way it may encourage more of us to cycle to work in Lincoln rather than use the car. The road needs a safe cycle way.
  • Icon 151795 Need safe cycling from the village of Thorpe on the Hill to the nearby shopping facilities in North Hykeham. The traffic at the roundabout is bad for cars and cycling safely is impossible here. Would like a safe cycle lane all the way from the village to link with the cycle lanes that are on Newark Road.
  • Icon 151794 This would make a wonderful alternative access rout from Wyesham/Redbrook to town with a little investment.
  • Icon 151793 Gate here is too narrow to pass with bikes.
  • Icon 151792 There is a clash here for pedestrians and cyclists as path/cycle lane narrows on a corner with cycle lane ending abruptly with no drop curb. I have had a few close encounters here. Cycle lane needs amending and continuing over bridge with room or pedestrians to pass without fear of collision.
  • Icon 151791 It would be nice if a clearly marked cycle lane continued over the Norman bridge from Monnow Street to warn pedestrians
  • Icon 151790 It is currently dangerous for cyclists to commute to Wyesham and Redbrook from Town along this road due to the speed of traffic and their tendency to overtake cyclists on the blind bend here.

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