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A newly installed dropped kerb at the east end of Henderson Street, but the corresponding dropped kerb in Napiershall Street has an occupied marked parking bay across it.

Cycle hangar in Henderson Street, and newly installed dropped kerbs for pedestrians crossing.

In an almost empty street (see #183811), one of the few vehicles parked is blocking the dropped kerb for Garriochmill Way. A build-out is required, as well as removing the parking bay markings.

In an almost empty street, one of the few vehicles parked is blocking the dropped kerb for Garriochmill Way. A build-out is required, as well as removing the parking bay markings. See also #183812.

The University Avenue mandatory cycle lane chock-a-block with parked cars, and pavement parking on the opposite side where there is no cycle lane.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, just north of Field View, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] This stretch has a speed limit of 30mph. Context and links: #183803.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane junction with Field View, York. Note that the oncoming driver has driven partly onto the pavement to pass the large vehicle. Very many people on cycles use the back streets to Field View to avoid Burt ... [more]

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane junction with Ratcliffe Street, York. Taken to show that this size of vehicle takes up the entire width of the road. Context and links: #183803.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Note that the vehicle obstructs the entire road when manoeuvring. Context and links: #183803.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183803.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Large vehicle making a delivery to either the fish and chip shop (visible) or Pizza Time takeaway obscured. Is this the size of some of the vehicles that will serv ... [more]

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, junction with Grosvenor Road (right, behind camera position), York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Looking north. Note the three speed cushions. Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. Looking south towards Bootham/Clifton and the junction with Grosvenor Road (on left) and Avenue Road. Note the width restrictor. Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. The entrance to Duncombe Barracks which remains in use. Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] The men in hi viz were from CYC. They said their role was to document the condition of the road before work on the site began. Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] The information boards about the passive house (passivhaus) development. Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Context and links: #183784.

[Image taken 30.6.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. [NOTE: Location approximate.] Images taken ahead of development of Duncombe Barracks (www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/19975268.york-duncombe-barracks-burton-stone-lane-site-cleared/). Other images thi ... [more]

[Image taken: Unknown] Graham Road junction with Kings Hedges Road, Cambridge. The non-motorised users route along the guided bus way is the path disappearing to the right of this image. Other images today and links: #183780. [NOTE: The ima ... [more]

[Image taken 30.6.22] Aldi, Kathryn Avenue, York. Context: #183018. The person who owns the cycle with the sign on returned as I was taking images. It seems he's running a business selling cycles this way. Other images today and links: #183 ... [more]

[Image taken 30.6.22] Aldi, Kathryn Avenue, York. Seven cycles here on my visit. Four flyparked. The racks are too close together to use comfortably, conveniently or easily. Other images here: #170557, #182645. Other images today and links: ... [more]

[Image taken 30.6.22] Library Lawn, next to York Explore/Explore York (library), York. [NOTE: No street view at this location.] This is one of those spaces you don't know if it's private, public, paid for or if you can simply wander in. My ... [more]

The students are leaving Cambridge today, so there are lots of 4WDs outside the colleges - and some cycle parking spaces!

Lots of ebikes and escooters at this cycle network node.

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A bike locked to a squint signpost in Great Western Road.

[Date image taken: Unknown] Marmalade Lane (between Graham Road, Starr End and Topper Street, Cambridge). Cambridge Cohousing at Marmalade Lane, Orchard Park host a Babboe Curve electric cargo trike for use on a membership basis by resident ... [more]

[Later image: #183782] [Image taken 27.5.22] Asda, Monks Cross, Huntington/York. A couple of weeks ago a student asked me how he could sell his bicycle. He wasn't aware of any physical noticeboards at the Uni. He said it wasn't a good one i ... [more]

Beryl Burton mural at Woodrup Cycles, Leeds

Biomedical Campus Cycle Hub

A parking stand and hangar at this end of Woodlands Drive.

A bike missing a wheel locked in Woodlands Drive.

Bike hangars in Woodlands Drive.

Cycle parking in Woodlands Drive, with an abandoned frame.

Milngavie left, City Centre right. Good luck spotting this route sign!

Abandoned lock tags added by Cambridge City Council. To avoid the locks being cut and taken away the owner should remove the tags by the given date.

[UPDATE 29.6.22 CYC replied: "The current status of your report is: closed. The problem has been inspected and no follow up work is required."] [Image taken 21.6.22] Bootham, York. Third section of tarmac damage. This time outside North Sou ... [more]

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  • Icon 183815 There is no path to connect the villages and towns.
  • Icon 183809 Campaign for a nridge here following a fatal crash: https://twitter.com/cycleforumhorsh/status/1542787913737453569?s=21&t=TTr1qWegRZtxrXB2F1yFFA https://bridgethedownslink.org/2022/06/07/memorial-event-to-mark-two-years-since-pathushan-sutharsans-death-on-the-downs-link/
  • Icon 183777 First ride on the new Hammersmith Gyratory section of Cycleway 9. This is a massive game changer. More of this please ⁦ @willnorman ⁩@TfL ⁦@LBHF @theJeremyVine ⁩ https://twitter.com/paulocampbell/status/1542570531211431941?s=21&t=Ap0L4VV7FgP_66rvI57RJQ
  • Icon 183776 Very narrow path connects both villages to the village shop. The hedge is often too overgrown and it’s a busy dangerous road. If it was wide enough for a twin pushchair we would be able to walk to the shop and also better for mobility scooters and disabilities etc Popular route for runners and cyclists also.
  • Icon 183775 Unsafe for walkers when the road is busy. Inter visibility is very poor. Anxious drivers do not notice pedestrians
  • Icon 183774 20mph speed limits to enable active travel of all types.
  • Icon 183773 Popular tourist attraction needs a pedestrian crossing and a 20 mph speed limit.
  • Icon 183761 Motorists and cyclists can enter from five directions. This busy crossing could be made safer with clear markings indicating where pedestrians and cyclists should cross. Pedestrians, often with children, come to and from the popular Bede Park. There are also electric scooters, roller-skaters, skateboarders, and delivery cyclists. On the pavement outside the Western Pub there are stands for the electric hire bikes. Motorists are sometimes tempted to speed up or down the Wilberforce Road hill. It would be great to have measures to slow motorists down for this junction.
  • Icon 183734 Add Santander bikeshare near here please
  • Icon 183699 Christ Church should sell a bit of land to build a quiet cycle lane running parallel to Iffley Road
  • Icon 183692 Trees removed
  • Icon 183688 Build the cycle/pedestrian path from the Varsity development to the Mackworth Allotments. This will link the cycle paths through Ravensdale Park and Varsity with the NCN route into the city centre, Mackworth, University and Markeaton Park.

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