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Utton's Drove bridleway, from Ramper Road. (Starts out paved, becomes less so as you go further south.)

Utton's Drove bridleway. (See #185452 for northbound view.)

Utton's Drove bridleway. (See #185453 for southbound view.)

Utton's Drove bridleway.

Utton's Drove bridleway, at the point where it changes from paved to unpaved. (See #185449 for northbound view.)

Utton's Drove bridleway, at the point where it changes from unpaved to paved. (See #185450 for southbound view.)

Utton's Drove bridleway. (See #185447 for northbound view.)

Utton's Drove bridleway. (See #185448 for southbound view.)

Looking along Tippler's Drove toward Swavesey, from Utton's Drove (for which see #185445).

Utton's Drove bridleway, at the junction with Tippler's Drove (for which see #185446).

Utton's Drove bridleway.

From this point northward on Utton's Drove bridleway, there's some kind of surface, although it's only compacted gravel for the next 1.5km. (See #185442 for southbound view.)

The short (~180m) stretch of Utton's Drove bridleway which has no surface whatsoever. (See #185443 for northbound view.)

Looking along Utton's Drove bridleway. North of the sewage works, it is completely unsurfaced for 180m or so; after that the surface improves (slightly). (See #185440 for southbound view.)

Looking from Utton's Drove bridleway toward A1307. This concrete surface only comes as far as the sewage works access. (See #185441 for northbound view.)

Looking up Utton's Drove bridleway from the path alongside the A1307. The good surface shown here does not continue.

The approach to the northern end of the Swavesey NMU bridge over the A14. (The bollard here replaces the chicane barriers of #162376, per decision of Cambridgeshire County Council's Highways & Transport Committee. www.camcycle.org.uk/blog/ ... [more]

The south end of the Swavesey NMU bridge over the A14, showing bollard and paint markings. (These replace the chicane barriers of #162378, per decision of Cambridgeshire County Council's Highways & Transport Committee. https://www.camcycle ... [more]

Old (left) and new (right) style of MTB route signs in the Vanoise national park.

A new style of MTB signs in the Vanoise national park - bikes to the left, hikers to the right here.

[Image taken 10.8.22] Taco Bell, Monks Cross Drive, Huntington, York. The Please Keep Pedestrian Crossing Clear At All Times signage is still temporary and likely too low key. On my most recent visit at least three customers who arrived by ... [more]

Clara Rackham Street, Cambridge

Link between Cavendish Place and Clara Rackham Street on the new development off Cromwell Road, Cambridge has opened today, 11 August 2020. There are temporary barriers in place because there are not yet any bollards, but it is possible ... [more]

[Image taken 10.8.22] Taco Bell, Monks Cross Drive, Huntington, York. The new signage (the banner left) requesting drivers turn off their engines and the previous format (a vulnerable piece of paper in a plastic wallet). Other image here to ... [more]

[Image taken 10.8.22] Taco Bell, Monks Cross Drive, Huntington, York. A year after I sent my email about drivers not switching off their engines while queueing for food at this drive thru (context: #173069) and there’s an excellent outcom ... [more]

Link between Cavendish Place and Clara Rackham Street on the new development off Cromwell Road, Cambridge has opened today, 11 August 2020. There are temporary barriers in place because there are not yet any bollards, but it is possible ... [more]

[Image taken 10.8.22] Greggs, Monks Cross Retail Park, Monks Cross, Huntington/York. There are two loading bays at this retail area. This is the closest to Greggs. It’s around 50m from where the driver parked on the cycle circuit. Other i ... [more]

[Image taken 10.8.22] Monks Cross Retail Park, Monks Cross, Huntington/York. Other image this problem today and links: #185426.

[Image taken 10.8.22] Greggs, Monks Cross Retail Park, Monks Cross, Huntington/York. The route could not be more clearly marked – that coloured tarmac. The intended user group could not be more clearly shown – those cycle symbols on the ... [more]

Link between Cavendish Place and Clara Rackham Street on the new development off Cromwell Road, Cambridge has opened today, 11 August 2020. There are temporary barriers in place because there are not yet any bollards, but it is possible ... [more]

Link between Cavendish Place and Clara Rackham Street on the new development off Cromwell Road, Cambridge has opened today, 11 August 2020. There are temporary barriers in place because there are not yet any bollards, but it is possible ... [more]

Cycle racks outside Ely library

Cycle racks outside Ely Waitrose (the far two are too close to the wall so not really fully useable)

Phenomenal turnout this evening from those who want to keep our bus gate! This bus gate has been of massive benefit to Wapping. It must stay. The Mayor must listen to residents like he said he would. https://t.co/9IiWhZ20Dq

Interesting repainting of give way markings in Oxford, reinforcing pedestrian priority in the revised Highway Code. https://t.co/FDCqsRqUtM

Slightly bonkers place for a cycle track, but there is at least a buffer zone, and not excessive traffic.

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[10.8.22: A more recent image of obstruction here: #185426] [Image taken 3.8.22] Monks Cross Retail Park, Monks Cross, Huntington/York. Context: #173310. I went into TK Maxx and up to Homesense (www.homesense.com/stores/York_Monks_Cross). I ... [more]

[More recent image of a vehicle obstructing the cycle circuit while furniture is loaded: #185277 and for a Greggs delivery #185426.] [UPDATE: This is an AnyVan www.anyvan.com/ (Homesense said: The company that delivers our goods are a third ... [more]

[UPDATE: #175972 and links] [More recent image: #174540 and links] [UPDATE: 22.8.21 An "area coach for Taco Bell" responded to an email I sent to the Head Of Operations for Taco Bell using an address at the www.qfm-group.com/ which seems to ... [more]

[UPDATE: See: #182119.] [Later image: #183400 and links] [Image taken 18.5.22] NCN658, link route between James Street (in direction of camera) and Foss Islands Road, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location.] As promised, Workman LLP ( ... [more]

[UPDATE: An email from CYC on 10.8.22 says: "The path and vegetation to the north is adopted highway, so it is with the Council. I will chase up getting the section from the zebra through to Foss Islands Road cut back. The surface is not in ... [more]

The towpath of the Forth & Clyde Canal at Stockingfield Junction has reopened, with just the bridge remaining closed.

The towpath of the Forth & Clyde Canal at Stockingfield Junction has reopened, with just the bridge remaining closed.

An extremely narrow section of path along the canal below the Ruchill St bridge. Shameful that something so bad could have been built in modern times! See update at #185407.

The cobbles under the Ruchill Street bridge have been replaced by asphalt, removing one hazard at this very narrow section of path built in modern times. See #92011 for previous surface.

Not again! A driver parking in the cycle lane on University Avenue, and across part of the junction mouth of Kelvin Way.

Kelvingrove Park being used as a car park by drivers. This is meant to be a car-free zone!

The gully in #51324 is now blocked with mud.

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  • Icon 185423 The Lower Road is unsafe - as demonstrated by multiple accidents including tragic loss of life. It is a perfect candidate for a reduced speed rural road - because of its strategic nature, connecting Faversham to Sittingbourne.
  • Icon 185422 The roundabout system doesn’t work and is an accident waiting to happen
  • Icon 185421 There is no safe route around the close for pedestrians at all
  • Icon 185420 Widen path to allow disabled and pushchairs safe access to zebra crossing
  • Icon 185418 Needs pavement and cycleway as lane is too narrow for the busy traffic, right through to Teynham
  • Icon 185417 No pavement or cycleways on narrow country lane with heavy traffic.
  • Icon 185413 The road surface is in pieces and every car/truck/bus and lorry bumps up and down over it causing noise and vibration in our houses.
  • Icon 185412 Narrow uneven pathway with loads of protruding stones/trip hazards . This is a widely used access pathway to ISP Teynham and walks to Conyer. The pathway is narrowed by overgrown hedges and would benefit from a clear out of this greenery and improvement to the foot path itself ...maybe loose clippings to cover the protruding stones
  • Icon 185411 Vehicles drive at high speed through Kew Green. Build a pedestrian crossing to make it easier for pedestrians to cross the road. This will also slow traffic down and make it safer for cyclists.
  • Icon 185401 Bike way needed along Monmouth Drive on the grass verge
  • Icon 185400 Improve cycling/wheeling access to the platforms
  • Icon 185398 Needs a walkway from Leysdown Road to Church Road

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