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Fitchburg bicycle parking census Properly installed

[Image taken 4.7.22] Low Ousegate, York. There have been repairs but the damage continues to the start of Ouse Bridge including in front of the full width of the Slug and Lettuce. Other image this location and links: #183856.

[Image taken 4.7.22] Low Ousegate, York. Context: #177421. Some tarmac damage remains at the crossing but a line of new tarmac is visible. Other image this location: #183857. Other images today: #183853.

[Image taken 4.7.22] Lidl, James Street, York. [Note: No street view at this location.] The bollards should be permeable. There are disabled parking spaces the other side of them. Other image here today and links: #183854.

[Image taken 4.7.22] Lidl, James Street, York. [Note: No street view at this location.] Context: #183403. Other image here today: #183855. Other image today and links: #183853.

[Image taken 4.7.22] Coppergate (Nessgate end) York. Context: #183629. The planter is no smaller but it now has reflective details. The bashed sign that was on the road is now on the island to the right. Other images here today: #183854, #1 ... [more]

Millennium Milepost Melton Mowbray This milepost is a Mills type and has a T5/20 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Melton Mowbray, Market Harborough 2) Bottesford, Newark

Millennium Milepost Running Furrows This milepost is a Mills type and has a T1/2 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Town Centre 1 2) Mansthorpe 1

Millennium Milepost Manthorpe This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T5/7 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Manthorpe 0.25, Lincoln 2) Londonthorpe 3.5, Sleaford 13.5

Millennium Milepost Grantham This milepost is a Mills type and has a T5/6 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Sleaford 14.5 2) Nottingham 33

Millennium Milepost Redmile Walk This milepost is a Dudgeon type and has a T1/4 disk, it is also missing its arms. The mileages on this milepost would have been: 1) Grantham Town Centre 1, Sleaford 16 2) Harlaxton 2, Nottingham 31 ... [more]

Millennium Milepost Harlaxton Bridge This milepost is a McColl type and has a T1/3 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Grantham 2.5, Sleaford 17.5 2) Denton 2.25, Nottingham 30 This milepost also has some additional tex ... [more]

Millennium Milepost Denton Bridge This milepost is a Mills type and has a T5/8 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Harlaxton 1.5, Grantham 3.5 2) Woolsthorpe 2.75, Nottingham 29

Millennium Milepost Woolsthorpe This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T5/5 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Woolsthorpe by Belvoir 1 2) Nottingham 27 3)Grantham 5.5

Come on @RBKC - you are a huge gap in London’s safer cycle network. We can still see the shadow lines and bolt holes on Ken High St where the bike lane used to be. Let’s work together to put in a safe route before anyone else ge ... [more]

Flagship cycle lane. Notice cyclist on the road to avoid the river. @MadCycleLaneMCR @ManCityCouncil https://t.co/JWtZWvOnX8

Closed route due to setting up the Big Weekend on Parker's Piece, Cambridge

Cycle parking needed at the entry to Grantchester Meadows

No cycle stands for Sunday service at Grantchester church

Attractive cycle stands at the rear entry to The Orchard tea garden

Attractive cycle parking at The Orchard tea garden - slightly further from the action than it was, I think.

Millennium Milepost River Devon This milepost is a McColl type and has a T1/1 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Nottingham 26 2) Grantham 6.5

Millennium Milepost Harby This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T5/3 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) River Trent 4 2) Skellingthorpe 2.75, Lincoln 6.5 3) Harby 0.5, Newark 16

Millennium Milepost Saxilby Road This milepost is a McColl type and has a T5/2 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Lincolnshire 0 2) Nottinghamshire 0 This milepost also has some additional text: This route has been ... [more]

Millennium Milepost Skellingthorpe This milepost is a Mills type and has a T5/1 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Lincoln 3.5 2) Skellingthorpe, Newark 19

Still no path connection from the Bredisholm Road M73 bridge to Calderbank Road, and no evidence one is going to be provided. A detour via the unsealed path next to the railway line is thus necessary.

A barrier across the motorway path, with the inevitable evidence of people going around it via the grass. Several other sets of barriers have gone in elsewhere on this path.

The bridge over the A8 and M8 at the Showcase.

The path from Viewfield Road to the M8/A8 footbridge. The footbridge has a double-back ramp when it could have come straight down in this direction, avoiding wasting the time of people walking and cycling.

The path to the A8/M8 footbridge at Viewfield Road.

No path connection between the road crossing and the entrance to Hogganfield Park. Have to bump kerb and cross grass. This is a signed walking and cycling route, the Seven Lochs Trail.

[Image taken 2.7.22] Gillygate (looking from St Leonard's Place), York. This number of pedestrians waiting for the green, safe to proceed signal, cannot possibly all see the same side light. It’s part of the TSAR shambles – context: #18 ... [more]

[Image taken 2.7.22] St Leonard's Place, York (Gillygate lane). Context and links: #183821.

[Image taken 2.7.22] St Leonard's Place, York (Gillygate lane). A First York (firstbus.co.uk/york) driver audibly sped up as s/he headed for these lights. All the lights at this junction with its multiplicity of phases change very quickly a ... [more]

[Image taken 2.7.22] St Leonard's Place, York, Bootham turn lane ASL. Other image this behaviour today and links: #183819. Other images today and links: #183816.

[Image taken 2.7.22] St Leonard’s Place, York, Gillygate lane. An Uber driver completely fills the ASL at this junction where people on cycles need all the help they can get to stay safe and reduce their exposure to air pollution. There w ... [more]

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The 12 most recently modified photos

[UPDATE: #183856] [Image taken 7.1.22] Low Ousegate, York. 'Tram track'-style damage. Longitudinal, direction of travel cracking that can trap a cycle wheel. Even crossing such damage can make the handling of a cycle unpredictable. This is ... [more]

[Later image: #183853.] [Image taken 17.6.22] Coppergate (Nessgate end) York. The fallen sign to the right of the giant planter leaves no gap - for these pedestrians - but also for people on cycles turning from Clifford Street into Copperga ... [more]

Millennium Milepost King's Norton This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T1/4 disk, this milepost is also missing two of it's arms. The mileages on this milepost are 1) City Centre 5.5, West Bromwich 9.75 The mileages on the mi ... [more]

Millennium Milepost Dacer Close This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T3/7 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Bournville 0.5, Birmingham University 2.25 2) City Centre 5, West Bromwich 9.25 3) Bromsgrove 14, Redditch 22

Five people in our building of five flats use bikes as our main form of transport. Currently we have to bring our bikes inside (including upstairs) to keep them secure. There are existing traffic calming islands on Bird in Bush Road where a ... [more]

Vortices

No Cycling near the Little Mermaid (tourist-free in fact during the pandemic) - the sign reads 'Be Considerate, Wheel Your Bike'. [The time trial on Day 1 of the 2022 Tour de France actually came right through here.]

[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]

[Image taken 2.7.22] St Leonard's Place, York. The CYC Executive Member for Transport was asking for examples of behaviour at this junction (St Leonard's Place, Bootham - left, Gillygate - ahead). I decided to stand in the sun in the sheep ... [more]

[Image taken 2.7.22] St Leonard's Place, York. It’s the foremost (light blue) car that’s of interest. A driver who had been in the Gillygate ahead only lane changed lanes while I was watching to turn left. Context and links: #183817.

[Later image this issue elsewhere: #183823.] [Image taken 17.6.22] Piccadilly (junction with Pavement), York. The unpopular TSAR scheme (https://democracy.york.gov.uk/mgDecisionDetails.aspx?IId=43529&Opt=1) puts pedestrian crossing lights o ... [more]

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  • Icon 183842 The new cycleway through Hammersmith Gyratory, travelling westbound https://twitter.com/maidstoneonbike/status/1543667058210111493?s=21&t=AwXGpbuQOB5I7ImGjX8GWA
  • Icon 183826 Lack of hilltop bikeshare. This would need moving 3 parking spaces down hill and removing 1 parking space.
  • Icon 183825 Lack of hilltop bike share
  • Icon 183824 No bikeshare location on the tip of the hill.
  • Icon 183815 There is no path to connect the villages and towns.
  • Icon 183809 Campaign for a bridge 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.

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