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Photo listing : cycleways (problem)

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

Replace awkward Zebra crossing with Toucan crossing

Current junction layout is super confusing for cyclists. Needs a rethink, with clearer signage & road markings.

No cycle lane. Solution: Build segregated cycle lane

C34 ends here without proper connections to any other routes. Ideally needs a direct route over into Ladbroke Grove area. As awkward route to join Q2 from here on busy road and same with road into Shepherd's Bush.

Cycle path ignored by drivers and thus more dangerous than not having one as you feel safe but are at risk. A divide between road and cycle path would be so useful here

Could make part of pavement into cyclepath or shared use to save cyclists using dangerous junction

Really busy road - pop-up segregated cycleway needed for this crucial east-west route.

Really busy road - pop-up segregated cycleway needed for this crucial east-west route.

Fast traffic and lots of junctions. Clear protected cycleways required on Hammersmith Broadway in all directions.

Segregated cycle way continuing from Acton Vale to Shepherds Bush Green and in both directions

Very dangerous junction for cyclists as they rejoin the road from the cycle path on the pavement just before they approach the busy junction with Carnwath Rd. Many cars turning left into Carnwath Rd that do not give way to cyclists going s ... [more]

Very dangerous for bikes here. There is a painted cycle lane but lorries drive into it. Segregated bike lane with a curb and an advanced stop line would transform this junction.

No cycle lanes On Holland Park avenue. Extremely dangerous for cyclists. I have been knocked off my bike twice commuting to work on this street. Bicycles should take priority over private passenger vehicles on this road.

This is the direct route between West Kensington and Earl’s Court but no safe cycle route. Sharing heavy, fast-moving traffic on a 3 lane urban ‘motorway’ or illegally cycling on the footpath are the two direct options. Alternative r ... [more]

There should be a cycle way on Edith Row. Cars drive too fast ; it will be extremely dangerous if Harwood Terrace will be reopened .

Segregated cycle lane

Segregated cycle lane needed on Goldhawk Road

Segregated cycle lane needed on Goldhawk Road

Scrubs Lane. As major road that connects Harlesden to Westfield, major office blocks and the general Shepherd’s Bush area, it would be great to see major improvements of the bike lane. In parts the bike lane is decent, in others it disapp ... [more]

Abandon expensive plans to rebuild the bridge for cars and reopen as a cycle/pedestrian bridge.

Fully segregated cycle lane essential - with cyclist priority lights at both sides of the bridge essential on this main cycle commuter route.

A traffic jam on quiet way 2 yesterday 🙄😣☹️ @FixedFun @COHnF @OldOakCentre @LBHF

Halfway across Wandsworth Bridge before there's a sign that it's a one-way cycleway.

Loss of priority eastbound at minor road

Cycleway and pavement

Cycle facility, Wood Lane northbound

Part time cycle lane, Wood Lane northbound

Shared pavement / cycleway. Plenty of conflict in high footfall area. Talgarth Rd, looking east.

Narrow westbound cycle lane at South Africa Road. Room for total of 3 lanes of motor traffic though.

Cycle lane disappears at junction.

Makeshift cycle path on Westfield Way ends as pavement becomes too narrow. Continues as shared use, unsegregated from pedestrians. Looking north.

Makeshift two way shared use cycle path shared with pavement. About 50cm wide in each direction. Looking north.

Narrow advisory cycle lanes on Lillie Road. They could be wider by the amount of the central hatching.

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