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Flattened-A style sheffield stands at the Lion Yard shopping centre.

Narrow cycle lane

Narrow cycle lane

Cycleway

Cycle lane, far too narrow

Cycleway

Cycle hub, with cycle hire, repairs, and cafe

Cycle hub, with cycle hire, repairs, and cafe

Bus stop extended in line with temporary pavement widening

Segregated cycleway

Segregated cycleway and crossing

Segregated cycleway

Shared use on Arlington Memorial Bridge.

Crossing the Arlington Memorial Bridge using bikeshare in Washington DC.

Shortcut between Clifton Road and Rustat Road.

The abandoned Raleigh bike that was an integral part of this Banksy seems to have been stolen...

Absolutely brand new Co-op shop, and they've put the cycle stands as far away as possible from the entrance - so no-one will use them, and Co-op management won't bother next time.

"Percy One Bike Night" - one of the smaller options at the Windmill Campersite, near Carisbrooke Castle on the Isle of Wight

Stream flooding road between Binsted Road and Mill Court Lane

Stream flooding road between Binsted Road and Mill Court Lane

The shared use path to War Memorial Park has finally reopened

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Sign on new (unpaved) shared use path suggesting that the A327 is the best cycle route from Arborfield Green to Aldershot!

Bent signpost possibly caused by a passing high sided vehicle such as a van being driven without sufficient attention.

Traffic calming on a new development in Cambridge.

The Carter Bridge merges with Devonshire Road.

Harvey Goodwin Avenue

Harvey Goodwin Avenue

Short stretch of cycleway - just long enough to bump over a dropped kerb at a tangent, a cycle symbol, an arrow, some incorrect tactile paving, a give way marking and another angled dropped kerb..

poorly design merge onto a half width cycle lane Cyclists have to look over their shoulder while negotiating ladder paving then jink tightly right then left.

shared use bus shelter

Dangerously narrow half width cycle lane - scary when the trams come past. A stretch of the national cycle network that Sustrans decided to retain!

Dangerously narrow half width cycle lane

Short stretch of cycleway soon ends at a cyclist dismount sign

Short cycleway heads over some ladder paving to a cyclist dismount sign.

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New cycle parking, possibly as part of a streetscape scheme given the new blockwork

New cycle racks on Ditton Walk.

Cycle parking on Burleigh Street

Upgraded cycle racks

Cycle parking

Broken racks - nice idea in principle to provide wheel supports against these stands, like on the left. In practice though they have turned out to be fragile.

Tidy cycle parking on Sidney Street.

Excellent residential cycle parking.(Sheffield stands should be buried rather than top-mounted, hence why they are so tall, but this is a good step in the right direction.)

New cycle stands at the King Hedges Road Post Office - replacing some awful old galvanized wheel grippers. Great improvement, pleasure to use.

Thoday Street racks. City rangers have helpfully cleared away an abandoned bike that was looking a mess. I've now asked them to remove the two old locks that are attached to the rack.

Messy bike parking - the white bike looks like it has been used once and has been abandoned on these racks for about three weeks. For more info see: https://www.camcycle.org.uk/newsletters/145/nl145.pdf Page 22

Locks tagged by the council for removal. A week later they were gone.

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  • Icon 155438 Path to be widened to allow ease of pushchair/wheelchair users & social distancing
  • Icon 155437 Path to be widened
  • Icon 155430 This is a dead end road right next to a primary school which despite the schools’ best efforts is still too busy with cars especially during drop off and collection time from schools. Barriers to stop traffic coming down this section would make a huge improvement to safety, cut pollution outside the school and encourage more walking and cycling.
  • Icon 155429 Path would link cranbrook to broadclyst via a cycle/foot path
  • Icon 155428 Farrier way and the parkway are used as a rat run. Bourne residents use Holland Park as a cut through.
  • Icon 155427 Cycle path needed from Ryhall Road along the entire length of Drift Road to the end, serving leisure centre and college.
  • Icon 155426 Cycleway needed from the Retail Park to Stamford town, including Stamford Hospital, to roundabout, then left to Morrisons supermarket.
  • Icon 155425 Cycle path from Borderville football ground to join Rutland County Council's excellent cycle path to Ryhall, a matter of 50 yards of asphalt!
  • Icon 155424 A6006 is a dangerous road for cyclists.The road is wide enough for a shared pedestrian and cycle path to allow segregation. This could be safe route to cycle from Asfordby to Melton Town centre.
  • Icon 155423 Sherrard Street is wide enough for a shared cycle and pedestrain path to the town centre from Thorpe End. This could be linked to other cycle paths to allow a safe route across the town to safer rural roads.
  • Icon 155422 This road is wide enough for a shared cycle and pedestrian path from Asfordby Hill to Norman Way. This can be linked to other cycle paths to provide a safe route across Melton Mowbray to safer rural roads. The old railway embankment could be used as a traffic free link this to Nottingham Road next to Sainsbury's
  • Icon 155421 Ankle Hill is wide enough for a shared pedestrain and cycle path. This can be linked to other cycle paths to provide a safe route across Melton Mowbray to safer rural roads.

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