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Another road in Cambridge falling to bits. This is just one of many potholes in Bridge Street. It's been roughly patched but that hasn't worked.

There are potholes opening up all along Lensfield Road (part of Cambridge's inner ring road).

There are potholes opening up all along Lensfield Road (part of Cambridge's inner ring road).

There are potholes opening up all along Lensfield Road (part of Cambridge's inner ring road).

There are potholes opening up all along Lensfield Road (part of Cambridge's inner ring road).

Lensfield Road (part of Cambridge's inner ring road) is in a disastrous state.

Routes north from Cheshunt in the Lee Valley Regional Park

On the River Lea Navigation at Waltham Common - NCN route 1 is a couple of hundred metres away behind the hedge.

Start of traffic-free zone, Waltham Abbey

Route markings for NCN route 1 in Waltham Abbey - cross this road, then cross again to the right and continue south.

Sign in NSW asking drivers to give 1m clearance to cyclists, if driving less than 60kph

Early Spring sunshine on ncr 3 as it follows the Bridgwater and Taunton Canal.

Triumphal Arch, Innsbruk Location: Hotting, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) Triumphal Arch, Innsbruk

Along the Inn Location: Hotting, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) Cycle path next to the River Inn, Innsbruk

Innsteg bridge Location: Hotting, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) Innsbruck

Innsbruck underpass Well lit, but still a bit gloomy Location: Hotting, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) Innsbruck

Weiherburgsteg bridge Covered bridge Location: Hotting, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) Innsbruck

Zero drainage on this section of the "National Cycle Network", otherwise known as the "local boating network"

I think this taxi driver genuinely thought he could drive down Bateman St (contraflow cycling only from this point). So much for local knowledge.

I'm unsure whether these signs are still relevant (I think the emergency mains water repair has been done) but they are blocking the footway. Would folding signs that can be stacked next to the road be a better option than this? (Comply wit ... [more]

Winetasting and cycling - a perfect combination (though I think this might actually be a staff bike).

Hills Road is falling apart,

Hills Road is falling apart.

Walking to school, Warwick Road style. Grab a chance to dash across the traffic (no zebra crossing), breathe in the fumes of queuing rat-runners, hope nobody hoots their horn at you. How can anyone think this is acceptable for children? @Tf ... [more]

A simple encapsulation of the contempt for people who walk or cycle; snow from roadway piled up at dropped kerb on shared use route. #DontBlockTheDrop

smashin big new bike park going up at yer partick hub nxt to morrisinos ☆activetravelcity @GoBikeGlasgow

The sign says "No admittance" so we have put up a TPT route 62 sign to show you are on the cycleway.

Temporary-looking new building at Addenbrooke's with a considerable amount of secure cycle parking beneath.

In fact bikes can be locked to the expensive new railings (although it took a while) - see #97037

Expensive railings installed to stop people locking their bikes to them... in theory... see #97038

The How to Find Us leaflet and map is actually far more useful than the Lee Valley Cycle Routes leaflet.

Link from Cheshunt to the Lea River Navigation

Exit from the Lea River Regional Park to Cheshunt station

Cycleway in the Lea River Regional Park

Access to the Lea River Regional Park

Cycle parking in front of the Lea Valley youth hostel

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Route sign on NCN route 45

A westbound cyclist on ncr 4 enjoying a brisk bright February morning in the river Kennet's water meadows; here, crossing the river downstream of Southcote Lock on the Kennet and Avon canal.

Cambridge's roads are too narrow for cycleways to be added. Well, not really - it's just they're currently being used for car storage spaces.

Histon-Milton shared use path. Speed limit reduces to 50mph just before the entrance to the tip. Tarmaced width = 135cm. Usable width = 120cm. No verge.

Cycleway linking Cambridge North station with Milton Road. The cycleway is 2.8 metres wide and the footway 2.0 metres. (There are seven and five lots of 40x40cm corduroy slabs spanning the whole width.)

When this area at Partick station was repaved, I thought it might be getting prepared for the installation of the large double decker bike racks, given the congestion on the existing cycle parking. But no, it has been getting used for car p ... [more]

The cycle parking that used to be outside the Beith Street entrance to Partick station (seen in #33212) has been removed. But there's plenty of space for replacement cycle parking, including the big double deck racks, which would relieve th ... [more]

Wasted space above the M25

Cycle lockers at the Lea Valley youth hostel

Cycle parking at Lea Valley youth hostel - stands to the right and lockers to the left

Cycle parking near Cheshunt station

This stretch of the route beside the railway in the Lea River Regional Park is unpaved (beneath the snow).

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  • Icon 97080 There is little cycle infrastructure in this area. Additionally, the council have made noises about funding pavement improvement/tree planting initiatives. The location is a wide, rarely used pavement, or perhaps a corner of the grassy area if not suitable.
  • Icon 97079 Can be used by residents, park users and the local school
  • Icon 97075 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 97074 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 97073 Somewhere safe and sheltered to keep my bike.
  • Icon 97070 Residential area
  • Icon 97063 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 97062 10 spaces on the pavement opposite station
  • Icon 97061 The current bike rack is always full, forcing cyclists to use surrounding trees and lamp-posts blocking the pavements.
  • Icon 97054 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 97050 Secure sheds for those without gardens on Putney Bridge Road, Merivale Road and nearby schools and places of work. There is nothing to protect bikes from the elements, and with many homes without gardens nearby this is a problem.
  • Icon 97049 Cycle parking needed here.

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