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Photo listing : road environments

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This listing only shows photos within Oxford.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Bus/cycle lane transitioning back to cycle lane

Cycle lane transitioning to bus/cycle lame

Service roads and crossing, Summertown, Oxford

Closure except to buses, bikes and taxis on Oxford's High St

In my student days there were rows of wheelbender bike stands on both sides of the college entry.

The traffic lights have been removed and a conceptual roundabout surface added.

A long lead up and sharp bend mean this was very hard to get a cargo bike round. It requires hefty wiggling. Ok for normal bikes but beware if you have a tandem, Tagalong or cargo.

Basic but workable cycle bypass of a traffic-calming chicane

Phase one of Access to Headington complete. Narrow on road lane replaced with shared footway. https://t.co/6BqtOy7yfp

Awful photo, but it shows that advanced green lights for cycles have spread from Cambridge to Oxford.

Rising bollards on Turl St, Oxford

Surprisingly poor cycle lanes on this busy Oxford road

Road closure at the High Street, Oxford - it might be good for cyclists to have a toucan crossing here as well as the busy nearby pedestrian crossing

Road closure at the High Street, Oxford - it might be good for cyclists to have a toucan crossing here as well as the busy nearby pedestrian crossing.

Rising bollards and barrier (rear) in Oxford

Nice accessible crossing without barriers

Crossing points on Oxford High Street give priority to walkers rather than cars

Oxford High Street - well-surfaced and a very uncluttered environment

Magdalene Bridge

Magdalene Bridge

Cycling along the Cowley Road - a bit chaotic

Unnecessary break in the cycle lane at the start of the bus- and bike-only lane to the left.

Buses and bikes only to the left; no entry ahead; cycle lane and cars turning right at the Ashmolean Musuem, Oxford

Very confusing - no parking lines within a parking bay.

Half muddy and for horses, half paved for pedestrians, cyclists and owners of bad, blurry pinhole camera devices.

Looking East from the end of the off-road cycle route onto the mini-roundabout on Ferry Hinksey Road and Osney Mead. Bit of the busy industrial park visible beyond the roundabout.

Funky horizontal/vertical tactile paving. This is the only sign that this bit of pavement is a (probable) cycle route into King George's Playing Fields.

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