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Shallow steps on a path connecting Collina Street with the Forth & Clyde Canal and Maryhill Road.

No dropped kerb at the start of a path connecting Collina Street near new housing development to the Forth & Clyde Canal and Maryhill Road. The path is in poor condition and has some shallow steps in it too.

More pointless barriers. Cyclists aren't stupid. If there's a risk of conflict, put SLOW on the surface, as we do on the roads. Don't put these unforgiving barriers in.

Outside the Hobart City Council Service Centre

Paved and illuminated route past Holbrook Road allotments

Paved and illuminated route past Holbrook Road allotments

Narrow cut-through to a recreation ground.

Cut-through to Hulatt Road

Cycleways taking shape at the Fendon Road roundabout.

The usual Road Closed sign - and indeed the footway to the left is closed, but access has been provided to the right for pedestrians and dismounted cyclists.

The usual Road Closed sign - but provision has been made for pedestrians and dismounted cyclists.

Sale, Trafford - Park Ave warning signs but the road narrows sign is on a pavement and is leaving less than the legally required minimum of 1m. Coupled with the pavement on the other side of the road being CLOSED ! AND during Covid19 emerg ... [more]

It seems that someone is annoyed that cyclists are avoiding the stupid barriers placed here.

Hale in Trafford Brooks drive . Looks to be a path here that has been well used. Not shown on RoW map .

There will be roadworks on the Histon Road for the next year - as promised, cycling has been maintained in both directions, but you wouldn't know it from the totally car-focussed signage.

There will be roadworks from here south along the Histon Road for the next year - as promised, cycling has been maintained in both directions, but you wouldn't know it from the totally car-focussed signage.

There will be roadworks from here south along the Histon Road for the next year - as promised, cycling has been maintained in both directions, but you wouldn't know it from the totally car-focussed signage.

The shared-use path swings away from the road to cross on a raised platform several car lengths from the main road.

Fairly narrow section of shared-use path in Histon

Footpath in Histon

The shared-use path swings away from the road to cross on a raised platform several car lengths from the main road.

Road closure - this link from the shared-use path could be improved.

Shared-use path from Cottenham to Histon

Start of shared-use path from Cottenham to Histon, at the start of the 40mph (and then 50mph) zone.

Cycleway symbol - because of course a shared-use path is only needed once the road leaves the 30mph zone. [irony]

Barriers on a cut-through in Cottenham - blocking wheelchairs, buggies and bikes

Cycle parking at Cottenham GP surgery

No parking on this cut-through by the Cottenham GP surgery

It looks as if they took out the traffic calming but left a sort of cycle bypass. Get rid of it.

Traffic calming, with cycle bypass, entering Cottenham.

Long Drove - the quietest route from Cambridge to Ely, if you have a bike with suspension. It would be great if it could be improved, although it'd be of more use for tourism than commuting.

This is the worst stretch of Long Drove - the quietest route from Cambridge to Ely, if you have a bike with suspension.

This is the worst stretch of Long Drove - the quietest route from Cambridge to Ely, if you have a bike with suspension.

Long Drove - the quietest route from Cambridge to Ely, if you have a bike with suspension (and a footpath to the right).

Long Drove - the quietest route from Cambridge to Ely, but the surface is mainly slabs of about 5 metres length.

Long Drove - the quietest route from Ely to Cambridge, if you have a bike with suspension.

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UPDATE 2020 This path is a right of way http://www.rowmaps.com/tweakmap.php?lat=53.42&lon=-2.35&width=800&height=800&zoom=13 UPDATE 2018 **** A simple #quickwin solution is to lock the gate in a partially open position see #101653 and #101 ... [more]

UODATE jULY 2020 This path is a right of way http://www.rowmaps.com/tweakmap.php?lat=53.42&lon=-2.35&width=800&height=800&zoom=13 UPDATE MAY 2020 THIS IS ADDED TO INTERACTIVE MAP #SAFESTREETSTRAFFORD https://safestreetstrafford.commonplace ... [more]

Near north Histon boundary, heading southbound.

Long Drove - the quietest route from Cambridge to Ely, if you have a bike with suspension.

Long Drove - the quietest route from Cambridge to Ely, if you have a bike with suspension.

Cut-through from Long Drove to new housing in Cottenham.

The road from Cottenham to Landbeach has recently been resurfaced.

Tha start of Long Drove - the quietest route from Cambridge to Ely, if you have a bike with suspension.

The end of the cycleway from Milton at the entry to Landbeach.

Well lit cycleway from Milton to Landbeach

The cycleway to Landbeach gives way to a closed track.

Cycleway from Landbeach to Milton crossing the A10

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  • Icon 141578 This junction is dangerous to navigate to access the cycle way. Also for pedestrians. Tge junction needs reworking for active travel. Its a nightmare! It needs to put active travel users as the priority, not be designed to abandon someone in the middle of a busy junction.
  • Icon 141577 This street should be made for residents only why coatsworth road is going to be a one way street this is to allow residents to park out side there house and not members of the public that want to use the shops
  • Icon 141576 Cycle lanes leading into this roundabout bit it's lethal, needs some separation from the cars
  • Icon 141575 The road is not designed to have artic lorries driving down it and other such large vehicles. As a pedestrian walking on the pavement there have been countless times when a vehicle too wide has had to mount the kerb to get round the corner by the water tower. Also the speed at which the vehicles drive down the road is unbelievable. There will be a serious accident sooner or later on West Street. It needs a width restriction, and a speeding deterrent.
  • Icon 141574 Barrier removal and change for a bollard to allow wide buggies, cargo bikes and more social distancing.
  • Icon 141573 Barrier removal and change for a bollard to allow wide buggies, cargo bikes and more social distancing.
  • Icon 141572 Barrier removal and change for a bollard to allow wide buggies, cargo bikes and more social distancing.
  • Icon 141571 Barrier removal and change for a bollard to allow wide buggies, cargo bikes and more social distancing.
  • Icon 141570 Barrier removal and change for a bollard to allow wide buggies, cargo bikes and more social distancing.
  • Icon 141569 Every time I cycle along here I nearly get hit by a car as they are not expecting cyclists to suddenly join their road. Worse coming the other way. Blind corner which you need to carry on straight - usually onto the bonnet of an unexpected car? Nice planning whoever thought that one up
  • Icon 141568 A 90 degree angle on a blind corner with fast moving oncoming cyclists? I’m surprised there haven’t been more cyclists injured!
  • Icon 141567 The cycle lane suddenly ends so it you want to continue to the seafront going west you have to cross 2 lanes of fast moving traffic to get in lane to join the seafront cycle route.

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