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Short new stretch of cycleway by the Bassin du Linkin, Perros-Guirec

Cyclists and pedestrians only on [s]Lower Marsh, Waterloo

Lanterne Rouge cyclists' café in Gifford

Start of pedestrian route from Lannion station to the car park - a missed opportunity to create a cycleway.

Start of pedestrian route from Lannion station to the car park - a missed opportunity to create a cycleway

Route signs south out of Lannion

This riverside path is shown on OpenCycleMap as a cycle route but there's no indication on the ground.

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge http://arbart.crassh.cam.ac.uk/dewaal/

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge http://arbart.crassh.cam.ac.uk/dewaal/

Route signs on the riverside cycle and pedestrian route, Lannion

New cycle and pedestrian crossings, Lannion

A tourist office with its own cycle parking!

Consultation on possible improvements for cycling (etc) in Lannion

Consultation on possible improvements for cycling (etc) in Lannion

Pop-up cycle/pedestrian route by the river in Lannion

Pop-up cycle/pedestrian route by the river in Lannion

Tree roots can be a problem here too.

One-way road with space taken for a cycleway.

It's not a dead-end, it's just closed to motor vehicles.

Parking - specifically NOT for powered two-wheelers, for once - at the town hall, Lannion

Modal filter by the church, Lannion

The cycleway leaves the car park and continues on-road.

Not one but three white vans/cars blocking the cycleway. It's a car park, and not a contraflow, but still... Some bollards would help.

Cycle and foot crossing, Lannion

Barriers at a cycle crossing - it's only for access to the on-road cycle lane.

It's not important, with another bridge nearby, but it would have been far better to build this with a ramp on either side.

Riverside foot and cycle route, Lannion

Riverside foot and cycle route, Lannion

Riverside foot and cycle route, Lannion

Riverside foot and cycle route, Lannion

Cycle locker in car park, Lannion

Traffic-free route to Lannion station

Traffic-free route to Lannion station

Bike stands and lockers at Lannion station

Bike stands and lockers at Lannion station

BreizhGo, the Breton public transport system, is opening up more cycle spaces on trains, but at a cost.

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E-bike specialists, Lannion

The cycle lane around the roundabout has in theory been superseded by safer crossings like this.

The cycle lane around the roundabout has in theory been superseded by safer crossings (to the right)

Separate pedestrian and cycle ways at a crossing near the Géant hypermarket, Lannion

Separate pedestrian and cycle ways at the crossing to the Géant hypermarket, Lannion

Busy pedestrian & cycle crossing to the Leclerc hypermarket, Lannion

Start of short section of cycleway approaching Lannion from Perros-Guirec. There seems to be one on the east side of the road too which goes much further.

There is a reason I walk the pram around Haringay Gardens rather than the Ladder during Harry's lunchtime naps. No cars. It feels safer, less polluted and so much quieter.

[Image taken 17.9.21] Scarborough Bridge, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] Another cyclist alerted me to this chap doing a survey on the bridge this week. Great to be asked my opinion of something that is really good. The access ... [more]

[Image taken 17.9.21] Royal Mail sorting office, Leeman Road/Esplanade, York. NOTE: No streetview at this location. The foliage has been cut back so the signs are visible (useful) again. The city is busy with visitors so will doubtless be c ... [more]

[UPDATE: see: #174192] [Image taken 19.9.21] Royal Mail sorting office, Leeman Road/Esplanade, York. NOTE: No streetview at this location. The greenery remains uncut despite it being reported. Original image this issue, this year: #171577 O ... [more]

USER COUNT 17.9.21 Delayed due to the diversion for works related to the EV bays. 17.00-17.30. T shirt-weather warm. Schools open. People feeling free-er and using public transport including for commuting. A good mix of ages and modes inclu ... [more]

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  • Icon 174198 New traffic signals have narrowed the useable footway, and also made it more dangerous for pedestrians.
  • Icon 174197 Keep Monkton Hill closed to vehicles, and don't reopen it to help ease traffic congestion.
  • Icon 174196 Bushey Arches is few yards away from Cockram Road, yet there is no footpath or cycle path access. There is sufficient space adjacent to Cockram Road to create a footpath/cycle path. The space is owned by Network Rail. There are derelict sheds under Bushey arches bridge (in Network Rail premises) that can give way for a foot path. Would be much appreciated if council could coordinate with Network Rail and put this piece of land to a good use.
  • Icon 174189 We need a separate cycle lane between Wargrave and Twyford (Piggott School) the pathway is a shared footpath/cycle way which with some many school children walking is pushing the cyclist onto the road. It’s so dangerous as cars speed sling that road.
  • Icon 174187 Extremely dangerous for children both on foot and bike sharing a pavement. Children being forced to cycle on the road at peak hour with heavy vehicles and cars driving at speed. Add dedicated cycle lane on footpath and reduce speed along wargrave road in the school zone during school hours as with the primary school.
  • Icon 174185 This stretch is dangerous for the school children cycling and walking along here at peak times. There needs to be a wider path/cycle path before school kids are knocked into the road.
  • Icon 174184 Pavement far too narrow for all the children walking to school. Traffic speeds through the village and it's very dangerous. No alternative route to school. Speed cameras or 20mph limit needed
  • Icon 174183 There is a footpath but it’s also used as a cycle lane, there is not enough space for walking and cycling on this path especially for the hundreds of school children trying to walk or cycle to school safely. The traffic also is allowed to drive at 40mph even during school drop off and pick up times which is really dangerous.
  • Icon 174182 The speeding traffic (almost always well over 30mph) and narrow pavement mean there have been many near misses and often the wing mirrors are dangerously close to pedestrians' heads. Please introduce traffic calming measures to slow the traffic down or make the high street single flow (it is currently single flow through the crossroads. This could be expanded). Many school children walk along this very dangerous path and have no other paths to walk
  • Icon 174181 The pavement beside A321 is a footpath AND cycle path. At peak school times this is insufficient width for children to safely walk next to such a busy road where many do not adhere to speed limits.
  • Icon 174180 Widen the footpath and put bollards up to stop cars mounting the path.
  • Icon 174174 Separated Cycle lane needed, as parked cars narrow the road forcing cyclists to either play chicken with a truck, or go up onto the pavement and risk hitting one of the street lamps or a pedestrian.

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