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Photo listing: road environments (event)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

This listing only shows photos within City of London.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Good morning London ☀️ 🚲 Short twitter video of loads of cyclists arriving at this junction, no motor vehicles:

Temporarily two-way for motorists

2/2 Police blames her for "meandering", but CCTV shows otherwise. She was hit on her back wheel as lorry turned left

Police in difficulty trying to explain why no prosecution for left turning HGV driver who killed Ying Tao 1/2

The British public love riding bikes. They just don't like riding them in motor traffic

Young child riding through Cheapside pinchpoint. #FreeCycle

Big crowds and lots of media starting to gather for #space4cycling flashride!

This shot shows how short is the gap from the segregated bike lane into the carriageway. (See also #16556 and #16557.)

This shot shows that there is no room for a motor vehicle and a cyclist who has exited the segregated bike lane to be able to pass safely. (See also #16556 and #16558.)

There are no signs to warn cyclists that the segregated bike lane ends suddenly. The lane goes round a corner so you can't see the blockage before you enter into it. To be able to continue your journey northbound you need to pull into the … [more]

This image (taken 11.4.09) shows: a) the changes to the layout of the northbound carriageways, and b) the reduction in the bike lane of Blackfriars Bridge. Weekdays this bridge is busy. It is well used by cyclists. However there are no … [more]

This shot was taken on Blackfriars Bridge (northbound) on the evening of Good Friday (April 10) 2009 - just two days after a cyclist was killed by an HGV at the Elephant and Castle, approx 2km from here. There are no signs alerting … [more]

(See also #16545 and #16547.) Presumably due to works taking place at the northern end of Blackfriars Bridge northbound #16553, the road layout has been reworked. The bike lane has been reduced from around 90 inches to 43 inches and at its … [more]

After a cyclist was killed in 2004 on Blackfriars Bridge, the layout was rejigged (read the history of it all here: … [more]

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