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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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159629Photo #159629Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159628Photo #159628Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159627Photo #159627Slow 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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159625Photo #159625Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159624Photo #159624Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159623Photo #159623Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159622Photo #159622Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159621Photo #159621Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159620Photo #159620Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159619Photo #159619Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159618Photo #159618Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159617Photo #159617Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159616Photo #159616Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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159615Photo #159615Slow 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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159613Photo #159613Slow 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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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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151570Photo #151570Cycle parking and modal filter, OxfordCycle parking:
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151569Photo #151569Modal filter, OxfordCycleway:
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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:
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151565Photo #151565Mickie Lane, Oxford (through Keble College's Acland site)Cycleway:
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151564Photo #151564Mickie Lane, Oxford (through Keble College's Acland site)Cycleway:
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151563Photo #151563Exit from the new Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, OxfordCycleway:
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151562Photo #151562Cycle parking on the new Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, OxfordCycle parking:
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151561Photo #151561Exit from the new Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Oxford, with cycle parking at the health centreCycle parking:
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151559Photo #151559Entrance to the new Radcliffe Observatory Quarter, Oxford, with cycle parking at the health centreCycleway:
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151558Photo #151558Roundabout and sign for NCN route 5, OxfordOther:
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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:
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151556Photo #151556Traffic calming and Walton Street Cycles shop, OxfordBike shop:
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151555Photo #151555Ramp to cycle route along the Oxford CanalCycleway:
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151554Photo #151554Bikes parked at the entry to Port Meadow, OxfordCycle parking:
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151553Photo #151553Bridleway (left) and track across Port Meadow, OxfordTrack:
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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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151551Photo #151551Link from Walton Well Road to the rear of Oxford stationCycleway:
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151550Photo #151550Link from the rear of Oxford station to Walton Well RoadCycleway:
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151549Photo #151549Link from Walton Well Road to the rear of Oxford stationCycleway:
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151548Photo #151548Link from Walton Well Road to the rear of Oxford stationCycleway:
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151547Photo #151547Link from the rear of Oxford station to Walton Well RoadCycleway:
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151546Photo #151546Bridge to the route along the Thames north from OxfordCycleway:
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151545Photo #151545Link to the route along the Thames north from OxfordCycleway:
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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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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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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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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. Need 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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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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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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135523Photo #135523Resident, delivery, taxi and bus-only access. We must move towards a car-free environment. Non-residents need to find other ways of getting into town.Temporary closure:
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135185Photo #135185The pavements on the hill section of Old Road are too narrow to social distance, and cycling here can be very intimidating and dangerous especially for children travelling to Cheney or Windmill. Now that the buses go through the Churchill site there is no need for through vehicle traffic here. A closure would greatly improve safety and enjoyability of cycling this route. Without it there is not space for improving pedestrian or cycle infrastructure.Temporary closure:
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135112Photo #135112Prior to the pandemic there was a problem with rat running through many roads within the block. A full time filtered closure at the junction of Margaret/York road, along with those suggested at quarry High street/Road and on St Leonards Road would open the streets to pedestrians/cyclists, improve access to the local parks and improve safe access to school, which will all be threatened by the predicted greater volume of private car traffic. It would also improve access to streets for residents to socialise and build on the community thag has grown during the pandemic and make space for kids to play.Temporary closure:
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135071Photo #135071It is impossible to pass on the pavement at a safe distance, and scary to step into the traffic, especially walking with children, particularly on the East sideTrack:
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134830Photo #134830Bus gate as part of Flo Park LTN.Temporary closure:
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134829Photo #134829Filter as part of Flo Park LTN.Temporary closure:
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134758Photo #134758This gateway should be made permanent, not permissive.Cycleway:
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134724Photo #134724The road allows cyclists to turn in using a cycle path however it is almost always impossible to use. Either it is full of glass or someone has parked illegally. It would be better if it was raised and clearly not to be used for parking.Cycleway:
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134567Photo #134567This footpath is too narrow and poorly maintained. It feels unsafe.Track:
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134536Photo #134536The whole stretch from Magdalen Bridge and past Rose Lane is full of potholes and manholes, making cycling hazardous. This is especially the case when there is much cycle, car and bus traffic: going over one of these holes can easily cause a serious accident if you’re not careful. It’s almost impossible to keep a straight course when going over one of these. A lethal accident is waiting to happen.

Repair road properly or restrict access to all but absolutely necessary traffic so that cyclist can cycle down the middle of the road and dodge the holes.
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134481Photo #134481Needs a wheel-ramp up the side of the bridge for prams and bikesCycleway:
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134468Photo #134468Forget all the tediously practical and useful suggestions being made on this website. We REALLY REALLY need a bridge here there is a huge pent up demand from all the cyclists and pedestrians stuck at the back of the ice rink unable to complete their journey to the empty space the other side of the river. With such brilliant existing infrastructure for pedestrians and cyclists across the rest of Oxford and with the country flush with money it doesn’t know what to do with, I can see it’s hard to find any better projects…… In case anybody thinks I’m serous I’m not. This bridge is biggest waste of money ever – I not sure if it’s a central government failing or local government failing but as a tax payer is so depressing to see such pointless waste when there are so many underfunded public services and national debt is rising massively. GIVE THE MONEY BACK IF YOU CAN’T SPEND IT SENSIBLYCycleway:
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134401Photo #134401Cycle access onto A40 needs improvingCycleway:
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134366Photo #134366Stop putting christmas markets here, it's a key cycle route throught the city that the Council seem happy to block every year. Put the market where the car parking spaces are and the road is much wider than needed by the cars.Cycleway:
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134311Photo #134311Instead of providing a filter lane for vehicles, use the space to provide a refuge filter for cycling from Rymers Lane to Beauchamp Lane and vice versa so that there is a safe crossing for the cycle routeCycleway:
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134306Photo #134306Closure to vehicles so that Beauchamp Lane becomes a street for walking and cycling as it is is part of a cycle route from E Oxford to Blackbird LeysCycleway:
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134302Photo #134302Closure to vehicles so that Beauchamp Lane becomes a street for walking and cycling as it is is part of a cycle route from E Oxford to Blackbird LeysTemporary closure:
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134022Photo #134022The new junction here should maintain the right of way of those on the cycle path, as it has been installed it's yet another place where cyclists and pedestrians have to stop and give wayCycleway:
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134010Photo #134010If this were Holland or Denmark there would be cycle track under each side of the roundabout. The money has been found to put a bridge over the top for the bypass, if cycling and walking is to be seriously promoted underpasses are needed so that these scary junctions can be quickly and safely avoided, 2 set of pedestrian crossings are too slow to encourage walking and cycling. Making cycling quicker than driving will encourage more to cycle.Cycleway:
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133868Photo #133868There is a cycle route from Cherwell Drive to Ashlong Road and from Elms Drive to the crossing at Horseman Close. THERE IS NO CYCLE ROUTE BETWEEN ASHLONG AND ELMS DRIVE. This means cyclists try to cycle along the narrow footpath or have to swerve into the road and then back when they get to Elms Drive.Cycleway:
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133709Photo #133709The road allows cyclists to turn in using a cycle path however it is almost always impossible to use. Either it is full of glass or someone has parked illegally. It would be better if it was raised and clearly not to be used for parking.Cycleway:
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133446Photo #133446Southbound across the roundabout is hopeless for cyclists. There should be at least explicit permission to use the bus lane and an advance box. A separate lane on the left would be even better, e.g. an on demand slot which activates out of sync with left turning traffic. (The current 'official' route is to cross THREE roads, 2 with an on demand crossing, one with nothing. Unacceptably slow and impractical, extremely dangerous and impossible for trailers/tandems/trikes due to tight turns.)Cycleway:
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133352Photo #133352As a cyclist you can’t turn in anywhere here to access the Westgate.Cycleway:
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133348Photo #133348Closure does wonders for overall traffic flow through Oxford. But need to consult with local shops how to best create signage and access for shoppers.Temporary closure:
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133345Photo #133345There is no safe north-south path through the city for cycling. You either have to weave through pedestrians by the university church, turn left at the bottom of Turl Street straight into the buses or wiggle down very poor visibility lane under Bridge of Sighs.Cycleway:
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133344Photo #133344There is no safe north-south path through the city for cycling. You either have to weave through pedestrians by the university church, turn left at the bottom of Turl Street straight into the buses or wiggle down very poor visibility lane under the Bridge of Sighs.Cycleway:
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133340Photo #133340New path is great but please make wider like the path south of the cityCycleway:
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