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8553Photo #8553Sign reads:
Stop Bicycle Theft
Please lock both wheels and frame to the cycle rack.
For advice on cycle security visit www.lcc.org.uk

Logos for Hammersmith & Fulham, and Metropolitan Police
Cycle parking:
Misc
cycleparking
8563Photo #8563Yellow thing on the left is a milepost, four miles to London.Other:
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12210Photo #12210OYBike parking location near the main BBC studios and White City Tube.

See also a review of this scheme at www.camcycle.org.uk/newsletters/72/article7.html
Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
12212Photo #12212Secure cycle parking outside the BBC, Wood Lane, London.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
20019Photo #20019Cycle parking at the Riverside Studios, HammersmithCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
20020Photo #20020Link to the Thames Path by Riverside Studios, HammersmithOther:
Infrastructure
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20021Photo #20021Cycle contraflow (closing off a rat-run) in HammersmithRoad environment:
Good practice
road
20022Photo #20022No room for a Thames Path southeast of Hammersmith BridgeOther:
Infrastructure
general
20886Photo #20886The new Imperial Wharf station on the West London line - probably enough cycle parking to start with.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
20887Photo #20887Rear of the new Imperial Wharf station on the West London line - not much cycle parking on this side.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
20888Photo #20888Security closure on NCN route 4 beneath the West London line at Imperial Wharf.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
20889Photo #20889Cycling parking at the new Imperial Wharf developmentCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
22368Photo #22368Plenty of space for cycle stands here (but the railings are well used.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
22369Photo #22369Shared-use path, in principle, to the crossing over Shepherds Bush Green now that the underpasses are closed (and cycle parking too).Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
22370Photo #22370Lots of well-used cycle parking on the island outside Shepherds Bush stations.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
22371Photo #22371Shared-use path (left), under-used cycle parking out of the way beside the Westfield Centre and Shepherds Bush station (overground).Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
22372Photo #22372Interior of London Overground's new tube-style Class 378 train - plenty of space for cycles.Other:
Infrastructure
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25474Photo #254742Cycle parking:
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25475Photo #254752Cycle parking:
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25553Photo #25553three bikes stolen!Cycle parking:
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25607Photo #25607narrow road and volume of trafficCycle parking:
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25671Photo #25671There are insufficient (just a couple of stands north of Anselm Road. More needed near the Co-op please. Consider Seddlescombe RoadCycle parking:
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cycleparking
25672Photo #25672There are insufficient (just a couple of stands north of Anselm Road. More needed near the Co-op please. Consider Seddlescombe RoadCycle parking:
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cycleparking
25680Photo #25680sHOP NEARBY AND NO CYCLE PARKING AROUND. ONLY PROVISION IS A LAMP POSTCycle parking:
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25681Photo #25681A very busy PO ans shop; no parking at allCycle parking:
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25717Photo #257176 placesCycle parking:
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25786Photo #25786how do I find out WHERE (and HOW MUCH) parking is already available? I need to know, before I go someplace for the first time, what's there - BEFORE I can tell you if something more/different is needed. Otherwise, this "tell us where..." exercise is totally pointless. Thanks.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
26294Photo #26294Cavell House, Wood Lane urgently needs safe and secure cycle storage as half of the flats also do not have any parking and we are not allowed to apply for council permits so we cycle even more. Currently we have to carry bikes up up to 3 flights of stairs; There are 3 blocks with 6 flats each in total;Cycle parking:
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26540Photo #26540It baffles me that Westfield has such comprehensive car parking but cyclists have to park by the nearby but very insecure tube station parking. This may be private property, but this is now a big enough centre to deserve more pressure - and hopefully it's win-win, as I know I'd go there more if I could drop by on my bike after work!Cycle parking:
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26594Photo #26594Outside Cycle Surgery, space for 3 to 6 standsCycle parking:
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26889Photo #2688912 stands as there is insufficient bike parking in our office building at 49 Atalanta Street, SW6 6TUCycle parking:
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27104Photo #27104a busy area near the North End Road market, so being able to cycle there is convenient and helps reduce the (car) trafficCycle parking:
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cycleparking
27835Photo #27835Route signsRoute sign:
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routesigns
27836Photo #27836After crossing the street and turning right, you have a space to wait for the traffic to goCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
27838Photo #27838Cycle parkingCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
27839Photo #27839Cycle parkingCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
27846Photo #27846Stands required to service the Marks & Spencer shop at BP station. Should be located on the broad pavement between the car entrance / car exit. 4 stands would be very helpful, as people often arrive in bike-pairs.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
27862Photo #27862Need cycle parking outside every post office.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
29821Photo #29821There's nowhere to park a bicycle if you want to pop in to the local Barclay's branch. I've cycled around looking for something appropriate and the best I've found was a sign post at the bus stop. Not very convenient for the passangers and not too safe to leave the bike either. One or two stands right in front of the bank would be ideal. ThanksCycle parking:
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cycleparking
29822Photo #29822There's nowhere to park a bicycle if you want to pop in to the local Barclay's branch. I've cycled around looking for something appropriate and the best I've found was a sign post at the bus stop. Not very convenient for the passangers and not too safe to leave the bike either. One or two stands right in front of the bank would be ideal. ThanksCycle parking:
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cycleparking
30642Photo #30642New Kings Road - narrow cycle laneCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
30643Photo #30643Speed cushions on Alderville RoadRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
30644Photo #30644This may be a private service road that hugs the motor vehicle workshops operating out of the arches of this railway viaduct.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
30645Photo #30645Entrance to this narrow, and possibly private cut through passing car repair workshops.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
30646Photo #30646Speed cushions - ideally aligned for cycling.Road environment:
Good practice
road
30647Photo #30647Micklethwaite RoadRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
30648Photo #30648Narrowing at Ongar RoadRoad environment:
Good practice
road
30649Photo #30649Lillie RoadCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
30650Photo #30650Narrow advisory cycle lanes on Lillie Road.

They could be wider by the amount of the central hatching.
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Problem
cycleways
33614Photo #33614More cycle parking needed outside Shepherd's Bush tubeCycle parking:
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33675Photo #33675More cycle parking needed outside Shepherd's Bush tubeCycle parking:
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cycleparking
33676Photo #33676More cycle parking needed outside Shepherd's Bush tubeCycle parking:
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33875Photo #33875More cycle parking needed outside Shepherd's Bush tubeCycle parking:
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cycleparking
39746Photo #39746Hammersmith roundabout is unavoidable for many cyclists but it is very dangerousDutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
39762Photo #39762Shepherds Bush Green - been completely dug up and nowhere for cyclists to ride. Vehicles do not respect cycle lanes. I now avoid it at all costs.Dutch-style cycleway:
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39812Photo #39812Hammersmith roundabout - very difficult and dangerous, but on many key routes for cyclistsDutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
39826Photo #39826Make the entire north side of the Thames from Furnival Gardens, Hammersmith to Dukes Meadows, Chiswick an official 'signed' cycle route, with road engineering where necessary (not much)Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
39843Photo #39843Hammersmith is a barrier to cycling in west London. Ways round it are awkward. Hammersmith Bridge should be closed to motor vehicles except buses and clear NSEW routes linked to here. The flyover already takes away major through traffic.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
39853Photo #39853Shepherds Bush Green - too much mixing with cars spread over different lanes, including bus lanes. Fairly dangerous feel with cars coming from behind switching lanes. Unclear traffic signals at the northwestern end, with green signal for users going around the square, yet vehicles joining the square from the left also have a green signal.Dutch-style cycleway:
Problem
dutchcycleways
39865Photo #39865Traffic feeds into this roundabout from four directions, then splinters off into two directions without clearly designated lanes to guide vehicles. Cyclists are vulnerable to cars, buses and lorries entering from all sides, and we're often forced into a lane heading in the wrong direction. Cyclists traveling northeast from Hammersmith must either brave the hazards of this roundabout or take a lengthy detour to avoid it.Dutch-style cycleway:
Problem
dutchcycleways
39909Photo #39909i live in so.ken but often go to new king's road and there are no bike stations there! In fact, there are no bike stations in Fulham and it would be great if those areas were includedDutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
39911Photo #39911The current layout of the Shepherd's Bush Green gyratory is a nightmare scenario, even with the cycle lanes within the Green and around Westfield taken into account. Ideally the northern side of the Green (Uxbridge Road) would be closed to motor traffic altogether, creating a non-stop safety zone for pedestrians and cyclists alike.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
39926Photo #39926Hammersmith roundabout is a real hazard for cyclists: a schoolgirl was killed here. It needs re-design so there's a contraflow lane for cyclists to save them going round the roundabout. The danger means lots of cyclists 'scoot' their bikes: if they had a lane to themselves, they'd stay safe & wouldn't get in pedestrians' wayDutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40014Photo #40014Putney Bridge and the approach roads... On the northbound approach, I've bit hit (and run) by a driver turning left on to Lower Richmond Rd, across the cycle lane (frequent near misses). The southbound direction is usually a battle with the dozens of buses, who frequently pull away from stops as cyclists are still passing them. If the Bridge were reduced to one lane in each direction (plus the existing S/B bus line), there would be plenty of room for dedicated cycle facilities, possibly with both N/B and S/B located on the west side of the bridge, thus facilitating access for cyclists to/from Bishops Park, which already has a network of cycle paths.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40024Photo #40024Hammersmith is a clear candidate for Dutch thinking -- the roundabout itself is far too big and fearsome to justify cycling around it when you need to transfer from two nearby exits in the wrong direction.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40119Photo #40119Oxford Street or Kings Cross as well as the mall! where better to put bikes than infront of the iconic buckingham palace!
Shepards bush is very dangers and as a cyclist i had to be very careful to try and not be injured!
The kings road in chelsea should also be addressed!
Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40190Photo #40190Around Hammersmith, specifically enabling one to cycle safely and in clearly defined way from the north bank of Thames heading East from Chiswick to cycle on through Kensington to link up with Kensington Gardens (via Commonwealth Institute that was, and shadowing Ken High St). Thus enabling a beautiful ride from Richmond and Chiswick right through the Royal Parks to Westminster.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40198Photo #40198Hammersmith has a horrible gyratory and the A4 that cuts off the river with it's wonderful towpath and riverside pubs from the centre of Hammersmith.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40244Photo #40244Hi I cycle to the City along the embankment from Fulham. Dedicated cycle lanes along New KIngs Road, through Wandswoirth bridge road junction and connecting to the blue cycle lane on the embankment would be great. Also extending that cycle lane all along the embankment would be awesome.
thanks
Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40245Photo #40245Almost a no go area for bikes. The west side has very fast moving traffc and seemingly fluid lanes. The south side has too much lane switching. The North side is so congested, it's really tough on the lungsDutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40255Photo #40255The gyratory is a major barrier, and King Street a one way mess. So why not scrap the gyratory and redesign King Street to be cycle friendly?Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40293Photo #40293The Wandsworth gyratory is a nightmare for cars, let alone cycles. A clear and safe cycle lane is obligatory for this Wandsworth purgatory.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40295Photo #40295Fulham Broadway. This hosts a terrible snarl-up every morning. Railway lines mean it's hard to avoid so cars, lorries and cyclists compete for space. The road is badly broken in places and there is often glass from football fans. Yet there are some delightful back streets that could be joined up to encourage cyclists. For example, what about removing the barrier beside St John's Church and adding a cyclists' phase to the traffic lights allowing us to cycle from Dawes Rd into Jerdan Place?Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40296Photo #40296Hammersmith Broadway. Terrifying gyratory. Even for those of us confident enough to tackle it, the whole one-way system extending into King Street forces you to spend far longer in heavy traffic than is necessary.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40303Photo #40303The Uxbridge road in west London is a busy road with lots of shops - the main dangers being buses and bus stops and car doors being thrown open.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40323Photo #40323Fulham Broadway - both ways approaching traffic lights (intersection with Harwood road) so bikes can bypass the double lane of cars. There is rarely room for bikes despite the bike lane painted on the road so can be very dangerous.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40342Photo #40342Riding through Shepherds Bush and Hammersmith *could* be great, but right now it involves taking your life into your hands--especially on Uxbridge Road, the Westfield roundabout etc. I'd love to see a REAL divided-from-traffic bike path right down from, say, Acton, to south of the river (Barnes Wildlife Centre perhaps), linking up with paths running parallel to the Thames. If it existed I'd be riding my bike today! Currently there is some really useless bike provision i.e. 'bike lanes' with cars parked in them, bits of divided bike path that lead nowhere between SB and Hammersmith, parks with signs saying bikes not allowed...Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40388Photo #40388Putney Bridge heading south. Turning right at the end of the bridge to follow Cycle Route 4 involves crossing 3 lanes of fast moving traffic. There is also generally traffic queuing to turn right and no room for cycles to pass safely to use the advanced stop line at the lights. Once you've turned the corner cars then try to overtake dangerously and to follow route 4 involves another right turn across more lanes of traffic on Lower Richmond Rd, the traffic divides into 2 lanes, but there are no lane markings and traffic waiting to turn right blocks the view of oncoming traffic turning left onto the bridge.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40423Photo #40423Shepherd's Bush RBT both going east and west is not great. Going east towards Holland Park cyclist often need to move into one of the lanes for the Westway in order to avoid getting squeezed by Holland Park traffic, then are constantly cut off by vehicles turning left Royal Crescent.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40527Photo #40527No cycling provision on this road until you get to the bus lane before the petrol station nearer Hammersmith Bus station - and that even dissapears when you need it going onto the huge mess of a roundabout.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40542Photo #40542Cycle Parking outside Shepherd's Bush tubeCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
40543Photo #40543Boris Bikes at Westfield WayCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
40544Photo #40544Makeshift two way shared use cycle path shared with pavement. About 50cm wide in each direction. Looking north.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
40545Photo #40545Makeshift cycle path on Westfield Way ends as pavement becomes too narrow. Continues as shared use, unsegregated from pedestrians. Looking north.Cycleway:
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cycleways
40546Photo #4054650cm wide pavement cycle path obstructed by pedestrian crossing poleObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
40547Photo #40547Hire bikes at Westfield Eastern Access Road. Looking north.Bicycle:
Good practice
bicycles
40548Photo #40548On pavement cycle lane stops abruptly at mini roundabout for Silver Road with no dropped kerb to get across. Opposite Culmax glass.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
40549Photo #40549Pole in middle of pavement cycle laneObstruction:
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obstructions
40550Photo #40550Cycle lane disappears at junction.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
40551Photo #40551Cycle lanes in both directions near BBC TV CentreCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
40553Photo #40553Bus stop blocks southbound cycle lane on Wood Lane outside BBC TV Centre reception.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
40554Photo #40554Narrow westbound cycle lane at South Africa Road. Room for total of 3 lanes of motor traffic though.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
40555Photo #40555Shared cycle/pedestrian space, The Network, BBC Media Village. Looking north towards BBC Broadcast Centre.Road environment:
Good practice
road
40556Photo #40556Cycling north through BBC Media CentreRoad environment:
Good practice
road
40568Photo #40568Shared pavement / cycleway. Plenty of conflict in high footfall area. Talgarth Rd, looking east.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
40569Photo #40569Cycle parking, under flyover.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
40584Photo #40584There is a school here - The Burlington School' and need for at least 2 standsCycle parking:
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cycleparking
40604Photo #40604willesden junction
traffic too fast
harrow road
tipper trucks
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dutchcycleways
40616Photo #40616The whole of Wood Lane is extremely dangerous for cyclists. The 'cycle lanes,' where they exist, are full of pot-holes, and are often taken up by parked cars anyway. The traffic is fast and furious and there is very little room for bikes. Supposedly, a cycle path is going to be built through the new Imperial College site that is being built, but this will most likely be years from now. Meanwhile, Wood Lane cyclists are dicing with death on a daily basis.Dutch-style cycleway:
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dutchcycleways
40617Photo #40617The whole of Wood Lane is extremely dangerous for cyclists. The 'cycle lanes,' where they exist, are full of pot-holes, and are often taken up by parked cars anyway. The traffic is fast and furious and there is very little room for bikes. Supposedly, a cycle path is going to be built through the new Imperial College site that is being built, but this will most likely be years from now. Meanwhile, Wood Lane cyclists are dicing with death on a daily basis.Dutch-style cycleway:
Problem
dutchcycleways

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