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Set-back crossing, but lacks priority. Had it been designed with priority and surfaced accordingly, it would be Dutch quality

More gas works :(

Pavement widening for social distancing

Pavement widening to give more space for distancing; see the 2m sign painted on the roadway

Plastic wheelchair ramp used during works

Al-fresco dining at Espresso Library, Cambridge’s bicycle cafe

Rubbish insecure wheelbender stands

Route signs on EuroVelo3 in Øster Løgum (I was able to fill water bottles at the church toilets, just to the left)

Route signs on EuroVelo3 in Øster Løgum

Route signs on EuroVelo3 entering Øster Løgum

Route signs on EuroVelo3 entering Øster Løgum

Route sign for EuroVelo3

Lovely almost traffic-free section of EuroVelo3

Route sign for EuroVelo3 past a gravel pit

Cyclists on EuroVelo3 should turn left here - not particularly scary.

Sign to be aware of cyclists on EuroVelo3 on this road for a couple of hundred metres.

Route sign on EuroVelo3 leaving Rødekro

Route sign on EuroVelo3 leaving Rødekro

Wheelbender cycle parking at the supermarket in Rødekro

Route sign and traffic-calming feature on EuroVelo3, Rødekro

Traffic-calming feature on EuroVelo3, Rødekro

Cycle parking

Cycle parking

Cycle parking needed

Selfish driving - trying to overtake a queue

Yet more gas works :(

Illegal pavement parking rampant here

Correct signage to use when a cycle lane needs to be closed for utility works

Cycle track created using Orcas

Shared space with more outdoor seating during COVID

Cycle parking on-street

Cycle parking

Pedestrianised area

Pizza by bike

London Cycle Hire point

Serpentine Walk - cut-through

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The 12 most recently modified photos

🚶‍♀️Update🚴‍♂️ 🚵New bollards were placed along the cycle lane at Alfred Street yesterday & today works are continuing on Kinsale Road ➡️More updates to come!

Bicing bikes

Bike share docks at Sants

Tins path a bit narrow in parts

Tins path

Tins path

Tins path

Maybe every narrow cycle route should warn of “constriction”!

Cycle parking used by e-scooter

Corduroy tactiles were specified in the drawings and corduroy tactiles were duly installed, rather than cycleway tactiles.

@MikeyCycling @RBKC @mragilligan @willnorman @theJeremyVine First wands removed in front of Dutch embassy tonight

Pointless cycle lane on Hawthorn Street, connecting layby to side road.

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  • Icon 156328 Traffic calming needed along Sydney Farm Lane. Too many Lorries floating weight limit and vehicles speeding on this road.
  • Icon 156327 Lighting is definitely inadequate, and the hedging needs reducing to at least half the level in order to feel less vunerable !
  • Icon 156326 Lighting needed - there are no street lights
  • Icon 156318 We need a wider footpath for Sydney Farm Lane
  • Icon 156317 Cycleway is needed along Birchfield Road, Highfield Road, Liverpool Road for the kids to be able to cycle to school. It's currently not safe to do so and congestion is bad in the area around school opening and closing.
  • Icon 156316 Think dark path next to a busy main road. Main path for primary school children to walk to school.
  • Icon 156315 This road is very narrow and has no footpath. Make it a one way street from Spalding, also make 7.5 ton vehicle limit.
  • Icon 156314 Cars too fast, road very narrow. Set this up as cycling route to Spalding only, close to vehicle access.
  • Icon 156313 Road wide enough for cycle path here
  • Icon 156312 A cycleway on the Upper Woodcote Road so that school children can ride to The Heights school when it opens next year.
  • Icon 156311 Lights no lights at night
  • Icon 156310 Hign Street, Hawthorn Road, and Kennel Lane are part of a rat run. To better protect pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists: Stop line for vehicles entering High Street from Kennel Lane. 'Slow ' road markings on High Street/Hawthorn Road on approach to junction with Kennel Lane.

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