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No ferry from Forthampton at the minute to Tewkesbury.

Fingerpost with clear large typeface destinations.

Sale nr Manchester route from Priory Gardens a Kissing Gate. There is a locked gate here preventing access Simple solution is to toremove the gate to allow free flow of active travel. This would be a fantastic route to avoid A56 from Sale ... [more]

Sale nr Manchester Priory Gardens . There is a locked gate here preventing access Simple solution is to lock one of the large access gates in a semi open position to allow free flow of active travel. This would be a fantastic route to avoid ... [more]

Sale nr Manchester Priory Gardens . There is a locked gate here preventing accessSimple solution is to lock one of the large access gates in a semi open position to allow free flow of active travel. This would be a fantastic route to avoid ... [more]

Bridgewater Way Expressway Old Trafford Manchester. Temporary Cycle lanes on most direct route to City Centre. Probably saves 15 to 20 mins on journey from Stretford Mall using the canal route.

No cycling on this link from NCN11 in Whittlesford

Two (count them, two!) Sheffield stands at the new library and community hub in Sawston - but maybe some more will appear when it's finished.

Permeability on Old Forge Way, Sawston - but unfortunately it's totally cut off from all the surrounding streets.

Jealously guarded car parking at Sawston Parish Council but just a couple of wheelbenders for cyclists.

Start of paved footpath past Sawston primary school

Paved footpath past Sawston primary school

Permeability in Sawston

Paved footpath past Sawston primary school

Paved footpath past Sawston primary school

Paved fotopath by Sawston school

Paved footpath past Sawston primary school

Paved footpath in Sawston

Start of paved footpath link in Sawston

This cycleway does not give way to driveways - these cycle markers should be enough for all users.

A decent new cycleway in poppy season.

Permissive footpaths provided by Great Shelford Parochial Charities - it's an old photo, as it doesn't show the stepped footpath over the railway.

Start of permissive footpath to the stepped footbridge to the DNA Path

Cut-through to Addenbrooke's Road - shown as a cycleway on OpenCycleMap but not wide enough for a new development.

Too much space for cars in this new development

Cut-through to Shelford Road

The Shelford Road cycle lanes - removed by Cambridgeshire County Council, apparently as part of their response to Covid-19 - reappear just north of this point.

Cambridgeshire County Council has removed the cycle lane markings on Shelford Rd, apparently as part of their response to Covid-19 - but the roadside signs are still in place. Who knows what the plan is.

Cambridgeshire County Council has removed the cycle lane markings on Shelford Rd, apparently as part of their response to Covid-19 - no idea what they plan to replace them with, but it doesn't seem to make much sense as yet.

Cambridgeshire County Council has removed the cycle lane markings on Shelford Rd, apparently as part of their response to Covid-19. But they've left this, which was always wrong - the solid white line indicated that cyclists didn't have the ... [more]

Cambridgeshire County Council has removed the cycle lane markings on Shelford Rd, apparently as part of their response to Covid-19 - no idea what they plan to replace them with, but it doesn't seem to make much sense as yet.

Cambridgeshire County Council has removed the cycle lane markings on Shelford Rd, apparently as part of their response to Covid-19 - no idea what they plan to replace them with, but it doesn't seem to make much sense as yet.

Cambridgeshire County Council has removed the cycle lane markings on Shelford Rd, apparently as part of their response to Covid-19 - no idea what they plan to replace them with, but it doesn't seem to make much sense as yet.

Straße aufgrund von Gefahrenlage, Lärm und Schmutz auf 10 km/h beschränkt

This is a busy cycle route from Fulbourn into Cambridge. Building works have left no provision for people riding. https://t.co/xJ9Y6Fjbc6

Quick Quiz! Which environment would you like to ride in? The wildlife decimated, shredded-litter strewn dry one on the left? Or the wild meadow-like, diverse, flora and fauna rich one on the right? https://t.co/Id7QNzljdK

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Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path.. An A frame barrier does not allow easy access except to the smallest of cycles .

Broadheath near Altrincham A56 parallel path.. An 2 frame barrier does not allow easy access except to the smallest of cycles .

Im Gschlatt

Salzstraße zu eng für Schwerlastverkehr. Trotz Abbiegen im Gegenverkehr touchiert der Auflieger den Bürgersteig.

Regelmäßig parken Autos auf dem Radweg vorm Minigolf

Regelmäßig parken Autos auf dem Radweg vor Schwabenstraße 51.

Auch im Alltag scheitern viele Verkehrsteilnehmer an dieser Frage Mehr kontrollieren!

Regelmäßig parken Autos auf dem Radweg vor dem Minigolf. Kontrollen und Ahnden

Regelmäßig parken Autos auf dem Radweg vor Schwabenstraße 51. Kontrollieren und Ahnden!

Autos parken Autos auf dem Radweg vor Geschäften. Ausweichen auf Fußweg oder Straße mit Stolperstellen. Kontrollieren!

Regelmäßig parken Autos auf dem Radweg

This is behaviour from someone driving that is not usual but is far more prevalent than it should be. As someone riding, I have the right to not be threatened by others behaviour. We have lanes to indicate where we have priority. At the ... [more]

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  • Icon 125705 Northlands Road is a popular rat run to get around the Stag Gates/Avenue traffic lights for drivers going between the Avenue (north) and Hill Lane/Shirley. A modal filter (closure for motor vehicles) would put an immediate stop to this, while allowing full access for residents and emergency services, and passthrough access for pedestrians and cyclists
  • Icon 125704 Hulse Road is a popular rat run to get around the Stag Gates/Avenue traffic lights for drivers going between the Avenue (north) and Banister Road. A modal filter (closure for motor vehicles) would put an immediate stop to this, while allowing full access for residents and emergency services, and passthrough access for pedestrians and cyclists.
  • Icon 125703 40mph dual carriageway segregates Wimbledon common from Putney Heath. Reduce to 1 lane each way (as further along the road), make 20mph and add multiple crossing points
  • Icon 125702 Why is there a 40mph dual carriageway through the Common? Pointless as it narrows to 1 lane each way anyway at the end. Narrow the road to 1 lane each way and cover the underpass with more green space above!
  • Icon 125701 People gather outside restaurants and food shops, making passing with sufficient distance difficult. Widen pavement on stretches near shops, make roads single lane, which has additional benefit of slowing down traffic.
  • Icon 125700 Narrow pavements on either side and across the bridge, distancing not possible. Make road and pavement areas into one and regulate traffic, alternating between people and cars.
  • Icon 125699 Dangerous crossing point as cars can't see round corner to left where cyclists start crossing; lights needed
  • Icon 125698 Footpath in dangerous condition due to erosion
  • Icon 125697 Widen gap in fence at start of footpath
  • Icon 125696 Overgrown hedges nearly blocking path beside bollard - path too narrow to let wheelchairs through. Remove bollard and cut hedges back to property line.
  • Icon 125695 Dropped kerb and surfaced upgrade to mud track across grass needed here to give cycle path access from Goswick Avenue to Benton Road
  • Icon 125694 The stretch from the brickyard entrance to the public footpath that goes around the back of the brickyard has no footpath. Local walk on the grass verge at the side of the road there is plenty of room for a footpath allowing pushchair and wheelchair access for all. This would link Measham village to the start of the public footpath which is part of the Ivanhoe Way

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