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169956Photo #169956The wooden planter that got set alight last night is now festooned with signs and posters of support. t.co/SPCFrX2gUfRoad environment:
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167059Photo #167059Modal filter on Meadow Lane, looking north. Two bollardsTrack:
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167058Photo #167058Modal filter on Meadow Lane, looking north. Two bollards (one removable)Track:
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167057Photo #167057Modal filter on Meadow Lane, looking north. Four bollards (one removable).Track:
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track
162825Photo #162825Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159633Photo #159633Slow down traffic – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159632Photo #159632Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159631Photo #159631Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159630Photo #159630Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159626Photo #159626Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159614Photo #159614Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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154342Photo #154342The only way on and off the ring road cycle path is here - you must dodge fast traffic coming on/off the ring road.Cycleway:
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154340Photo #154340The barriers at the top and bottom of this vital passage connecting the ring road and Rose Hill cycle paths are very narrow and you can only just get a big bike (family cargo/tandem) through. Most mixed ability cycles would be barred from using this route due to the barriers.Cycleway:
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152822Photo #152822Mandatory cycle lane needed hereCycleway:
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cycleways
152089Photo #152089GWR need to make their Inter City Express Trains able to easily take tandem bicycles so disabled people are not discrimintated against when they ride with their partners. Bad for tourism!Cycleway:
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cycleways
151570Photo #151570Cycle parking and modal filter, OxfordCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
151569Photo #151569Modal filter, OxfordCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
151568Photo #151568Closure to motor vehicles to allow social distancingTemporary closure:
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151567Photo #151567Closure to motor vehicles to allow social distancingTemporary closure:
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151566Photo #151566Lots of double-deck cycle parking on Mickie Lane, Oxford (through Keble College's Acland site)Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
151565Photo #151565Mickie Lane, Oxford (through Keble College's Acland site)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151564Photo #151564Mickie Lane, Oxford (through Keble College's Acland site)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151563Photo #151563Exit from the new Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, OxfordCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151562Photo #151562Cycle parking on the new Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, OxfordCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
151561Photo #151561Exit from the new Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Oxford, with cycle parking at the health centreCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
151559Photo #151559Entrance to the new Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Oxford, with cycle parking at the health centreCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151558Photo #151558Roundabout and sign for NCN route 5, OxfordOther:
Infrastructure
general
151557Photo #151557The cycle route signs refer to the north-south route behind the camera; the Residents Only sign refers to St Bernard's Road to the east, where a local campaign has put up lots of signs calling for traffic calming and a 20mph limit.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
151556Photo #151556Traffic calming and Walton Street Cycles shop, OxfordBike shop:
Infrastructure
bikeshops
151555Photo #151555Ramp to cycle route along the Oxford CanalCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151554Photo #151554Bikes parked at the entry to Port Meadow, OxfordCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
151553Photo #151553Bridleway (left) and track across Port Meadow, OxfordTrack:
Infrastructure
track
151552Photo #151552Link from Walton Well Road to the rear of Oxford station - this is the only reference to the gates being closed at night.General sign/notice:
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signs
151551Photo #151551Link from Walton Well Road to the rear of Oxford stationCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151550Photo #151550Link from the rear of Oxford station to Walton Well RoadCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151549Photo #151549Link from Walton Well Road to the rear of Oxford stationCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151548Photo #151548Link from Walton Well Road to the rear of Oxford stationCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151547Photo #151547Link from the rear of Oxford station to Walton Well RoadCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151546Photo #151546Bridge to the route along the Thames north from OxfordCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151545Photo #151545Link to the route along the Thames north from OxfordCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
151544Photo #151544I've no idea what this sign refers to - the cycle route certainly continues along the Botley Road.General sign/notice:
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149931Photo #149931Light posts interfere with cycle path making it a dangerous way up with the cars passing by at maximum speedCycleway:
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148971Photo #148971Overhanging vegetation is blocking part of the shared pedestrian/cyclewayCycleway:
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143195Photo #143195There are brand new cycle lanes on both side of this road and they would be great except cars and delivery vehicle park all over them and make them more dangerous than if they didn't exist. They need to bollard them off all the way along both sides to prevent parking.Cycleway:
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cycleways
143194Photo #143194This is a great new cycle way that has been built but cars and delivery vehicles just park all over it making it useless and more dangerous than if it didn't exist. They need to put bollards all the way along both sides to prevent parking on it.Cycleway:
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cycleways
143162Photo #143162This road is one of many used as a rat run by very fast drivers at rush hour to get to and from the Quarry junction to the ring road. It should be turned into a Low Traffic Neighbourhood.Temporary closure:
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143161Photo #143161This road is one of many used as a rat run by very fast drivers at rush hour to get to and from the Quarry junction to the ring road. It should be turned into a Low Traffic Neighbourhood.Temporary closure:
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143158Photo #143158This road is a very long steep road and the surface is full of holes and bumps that are not noticeable to vehicles but are very dangerous for cyclists going downhill. The road needs to be better maintained with cyclists in mind as a priority over other more level roads.Cycleway:
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143157Photo #143157This road is a very long steep road and the surface is full of holes and bumps that are not noticeable to vehicles but are very dangerous for cyclists going downhill. The road needs to be better maintained with cyclists in mind as a priority over other more level roads.Cycleway:
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141176Photo #141176Access to and from the ramp for the short recently constructed on pavement cycle path has been blocked for weeks by car registration number BO53 TTR. Double yellow lines are required to restore access and prevent recurrent obstruction.Cycleway:
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138154Photo #138154Iffley Road. Leaving Oxford there is an intermittent cycle way and narrow pavements. Cars parked make it dangerous for cyclists as they move out past them. Needs to get rid of on street parking.Track:
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138138Photo #138138The section passing Wood Farm has a great new cycle path that is wide enough but past the r'bout here the roadway is wide enough for a good wide cycle lane but what is painted is far too narrow and is positively dangerous at the points where the central islands are because it gives the impression there is space for a cycle and a vehicle which there isn't. There needs to be a consistently wide-enough lane the whole way for cycles passing the islands.Cycleway:
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137357Photo #137357Iffley road. Leaving Oxford there is an intermittent cycle way and narrow pavements. Cars parked make it dangerous for cyclists as they move out past them. Needs to get rid of on street parking.Track:
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137068Photo #137068When coming out of Swinburne Road and heading towards the river, if you want to reach the segregated cycle path you have to either cross the road and cross back, or cycle on the pavement. Making this short stretch of pavement shared would allow easier access to the shared cycle path.Cycleway:
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cycleways
137066Photo #137066If cycling straight on at these traffic lights when travelling south, it can be hard to know where to position in the road without getting in the way of traffic or getting squeezed in the cycle lane. Some cycle markings in the middle of carriageway to make it clearer how to reach the middle of the box would help.Cycleway:
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cycleways
137064Photo #137064The point at which cyclists have to leave the shared pavement and join the road is about 1 metre too early - it feels alarmingly like coming off the pavement straight into a stream of traffic. Just a metre of extra shared pavement would make a smooth ride off into a bus & bike lane, which would feel much safer!Cycleway:
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136909Photo #136909Cyclists who come from the Barracks Lane/Marsh Park cycle route to go up Temple Road risk collision with cars travelling too fast up Marsh Road into Crescent Road and vice versa. Drivers often assume that cyclists are travelling the same route as them, ie Crescent-Marsh Roads, and turn into either road without signalling or drivers go very fast straight up and down Temple Road. Speed restrictions monitored by camera and new painted road lines and cycle lanes would help prevent an accident.Cycleway:
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136901Photo #136901Busy junction at intersection of Marsh Road and Oxford/Cowley Road with nearby bus stop, no cycle lanes, bad road surface, cars parked along road and large vehicles turning in and out of Marsh Road from the Council depot. This area is used by many cyclists. New road markings and a new cycle lane - making it clear where cyclists are allowed - along the Oxford Road going both into and out of the city centre would improve safety considerably. A new road surface linking this section of the Oxford/Cowley Road to where the recently-improved road surface now stops, would be of great help to cyclistsCycleway:
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136812Photo #136812There should be a traffic light at this dangerous junction with a waiting area for cyclists in front of motor traffic.Cycleway:
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136677Photo #136677These roads (Div, Southfield and side streets) should be access onlyTemporary closure:
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136396Photo #136396James St, fast traffic, narrow road and pavements, needs closing between St Mary's Rd and James St to stop through trafficTemporary closure:
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136149Photo #136149Same problem as at the St.Clements entrance to the roundabout - the right-turn cycle lane is in the wrong place, putting cyclists to the left of cars that may cut across them to exit on to the Cowley Road.Cycleway:
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136120Photo #136120Cowley Road is dangerous for cyclists.Temporary closure:
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135910Photo #135910There are long sections of this path where there are parallel paths which have been very overgrown. Clearing these areas would allow segregation of cyclists and pedestrians making it safer for bothTrack:
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135859Photo #135859Iffley Rd is too narrow for cyclists,buses and rush hour traffic. It needs to have wide pavements and wide cycle lanes. It could be part of a congestion charge for people coming in to the city ho do not live in the postcodeCycleway:
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135702Photo #135702Where the two chicanes are on Sandford Road, they need to be regularly swept and weeds removed so there is space to use themCycleway:
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