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Showing items 201 to 300 from total of 508 items. Ordered by photo # descending.

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135267Photo #135267Widen the pavementTrack:
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134784Photo #134784There are a few cars that regularly park on the pavement along this bend, making it difficult to walk past, and impossible for anyone with a pushchair or wheelchair without going out into the road.Track:
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134780Photo #134780Vehicles are frequently parked on the cycleway on Beaufort Square, which is very dangerous when coming round a 90 degree bend.Cycleway:
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cycleways
134779Photo #134779More needed to prevent parking of delivery vehicles on this cycleway.Cycleway:
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cycleways
134776Photo #134776Add a cycle lane to the westbound side of the dual carriageway.Cycleway:
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134771Photo #134771Car parking along this road narrows it for cyclists. A dedicated cycle path separated from the main carriageway, coupled with wider pavements would make this a more user friendly route.Cycleway:
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134278Photo #134278Officially cycling stops here - how do you get to the city centre / railway without now walking??Cycleway:
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134273Photo #134273Not enough space for walking, cycling and cars.Cycleway:
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134270Photo #134270Fast traffic needs slowingCycleway:
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134261Photo #134261No cycle lane for the outbound cyclist, only inbound...Cycleway:
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134259Photo #134259No cycle lane for the outbound cyclist, only inbound...Cycleway:
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134238Photo #134238Dangerous junction for cyclists. A great scheme was prepared some years ago to improve the situation. Lets get it implementedCycleway:
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134229Photo #134229Dedicate one of the 4 lanes of this dual carriageway for cyclingCycleway:
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134223Photo #134223This section of road is particularly difficult for cyclists due to its narrowness, high wall on one side and parked cars on the other. Need to give up some of the car parking spaceCycleway:
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133948Photo #133948Cars parked on pavements. No room for social distancing. Cars and other vehicles speeding making it dangerous for cyclists, walkers and children.Track:
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133936Photo #133936Not enough space for cycles and traffic. Often traffic drives too close. Speeding traffic. Especially difficult for children on school routes.Cycleway:
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133925Photo #133925Pavement parkingTrack:
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133922Photo #133922Steep Hill. Cycleway needed as traffic often does not give enough space. Speeding traffic.Cycleway:
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cycleways
133912Photo #133912Cycleway. Fast traffic.Cycleway:
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cycleways
133548Photo #133548Safe "all ages and abilities" cross-town route needed between the three railway paths that centre on Radstock.Cycleway:
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133545Photo #133545Segregated cycleway needed between the end of Norton-Radstock Greenway to at least Farrington Gurney.

Farrington Gurney has no safe walking and cycling route to the nearest town, Midsomer Norton. The A362 is a narrow and very busy single carriageway road which is the main route between the Somer Valley towns and the A37 to Bristol. Without a car this village is effectively isolated to vulnerable people - schoolchildren and non-drivers.
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133541Photo #133541Segregated cycleway between the end of the Norton-Radstock Greenway and Tesco along Northmead Road and Thicket Mead.Cycleway:
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133539Photo #133539Increase width to accommodate cycling and walking more safely.Cycleway:
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133080Photo #133080Completely full of potholes. Surface not suitable for anything but a mountain bike.Cycleway:
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133079Photo #133079Water draining off fields leading to road surface breaking up and potholesCycleway:
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131931Photo #131931A very busy A road where vehicle useage is extremely high, particularly buses & lorries, and ‘close passes’ are seen far too often due to roadside car parking. It is also close to a major Bath school where the ‘school run’ is necessary due to the risks to pupils of riding bikes!Cycleway:
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131922Photo #131922A busy road forming part of the southern route around Bath city where vehicle usage is high & ‘close passes’ are seen regularlyCycleway:
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131921Photo #131921Cars parked on pavements & it is part of the southern route around Bath city centre where useage & speed of motor vehicles are highCycleway:
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131748Photo #131748Very tight impossible to pass with social distancing.Pathway needs to be wider and hedgerows cut backCycleway:
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130907Photo #130907This is narrow. Make sure drivers give space to cyclistsCycleway:
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130905Photo #130905Make this a continuous cycleway that connects to Bath so people can cycle into Bath safely and easilyCycleway:
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130875Photo #130875Need cycle lanes on both sides of London Rd. This road is terrifying to cycle East the whole length.Cycleway:
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130849Photo #130849I live up here and have a residents permit for parking. I live in a small terraced house and have nowhere to store my bike. I would like to get rid of my car and have secured covered parking spot for my electric bike and for others too.Cycle parking:
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130843Photo #130843Imagine this street car free! Now that would make it famousTemporary closure:
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130842Photo #130842This road just gets used by parents taking their kids to school. Why dont we make the roads in Bath safer to cycle or they can get the bus?Cycleway:
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130838Photo #130838Make a safe bi-directional cycle way which is separate from the fast roadCycleway:
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130837Photo #130837Fast road, something needs to be done for cyclistsCycleway:
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130835Photo #130835We dont need this road. Maybe deliveries only at certain times of day?Temporary closure:
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130832Photo #130832More space for walking, cycling, breathing. Make this one wayTemporary closure:
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130830Photo #130830The need to big improvements here to make it safe for cyclistsCycleway:
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130827Photo #130827How about this becomes part of Bath's one way system?Temporary closure:
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130823Photo #130823Just close this road.Temporary closure:
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130822Photo #130822Close this road. People with disabilities yes and deliveries before 10am.Temporary closure:
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closure
130820Photo #130820No one should need to drive this road. People with disabilities yes and deliveries before 10am.Temporary closure:
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closure
130817Photo #130817The cycle lanes here are god awful. Such a waste of money. Narrow the roads and make a space for a CONTINUOUS bidirectional flow of bike from Milsom St to the A46 roundabout!Cycleway:
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130815Photo #130815This bridge and much of Bath should be made one-way flow of traffic. Use the space for cleaner air, walking and kids cycling to school insteadTemporary closure:
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closure
130197Photo #130197Cycleway would be really useful here as cars often close pass.Cycleway:
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130195Photo #130195Cycleway is often littered with rubbish, glass and trees. Cleaned more oftenCycleway:
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127445Photo #127445The cycle path going south on Charlton road is shocking considering that this is new infrastructure.

Instead of just carrying along the side of the road (there is ample room) the user is guided into the residential streets where the cycle path just melts away. The user then needs to decide how to navigate the roundabout before cycle path reappearing again after the roundabout. It seems to me like each of the developers of the new houses did their own thing with no thinking of the overall scheme.

Perhaps the cycle path could be continued out to Queen Charlton junction?
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127197Photo #127197Too narrow to pass on the pavement without stepping out onto the road which is busy and speeding black spotTrack:
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126439Photo #126439Cycle path needed uphill as traffic comes very close on this hill and often overtakes are done dangerously.Cycleway:
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126434Photo #126434The existing marked out line for pedestrians is worn out and the path overgrown with bushes anyway. No cycle section exists. The 20 mph speed limit is never observed. If this road could be made one way it would stop it being used as a rat run.Cycleway:
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124637Photo #124637Poor quality cycle lane. Cars regularly use cycle lane as a parking spot for lakeCycleway:
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121641Photo #121641Crossing neededTrack:
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121060Photo #121060Too many fast cars speed down this short cutTemporary closure:
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120356Photo #120356Cars are given 100% of the road, no pavement at all.Track:
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119870Photo #119870Make two way for cyclistsCycleway:
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119822Photo #119822Make all junctions on this path pedestrian priority. Also widen the path all the way to Saltford.Track:
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119819Photo #119819Close the high street to cars to let people move around easier and have a nicer atmosphereTemporary closure:
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119818Photo #119818Narrow pavement with cars usually parked on it. Remove road parking and make pavement wider. Also make the road one way to make it easier to cycle up.Track:
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119814Photo #119814Pavement too narrow for distancing. Cars often parked on pavement near roundabout. Widen pavement and stop cars parking on it.Track:
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119802Photo #119802Pavement not wide enough for 2 people to walkTrack:
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119689Photo #119689Pavement too narrow for walking with children. I have a pram and a 4 year old that needs to walk in front of me which is horrible as the path is narrow and cars come so close to you when you are walking.Track:
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119663Photo #119663This route would be an excellent way to connect the b2b cyclepath to the quiet lanes around newton st loe. There is already underpasses for both the a4 and the railway. Please create a route here.Cycleway:
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119660Photo #119660Pavement extremely narrow and traffic going at great speed. Ideally find a way to increase width of pavement, create passing places.Track:
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119659Photo #119659The shared cycle path into keynesham just vanishes. Cyclists have to go on busy road with many parked cars and roundabout. Pleaae make a clear route.Track:
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119657Photo #119657There is no cycle path on thid section of a4. Very dangerous to cycle on. The alternative is a circuitous route through keynsham. Ideally a cyclepath should be added. If this could also include a route up to the railway station then all the betterCycleway:
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119523Photo #119523Too narrow to pass and overgrown with bushes, road too fast to step out into with childrenTrack:
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119522Photo #119522Path not wide enough and overgrown. Very fast road as well.Track:
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119509Photo #119509Needs a dedicated pathway for walkers to travel along safely.Track:
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119507Photo #119507Needs a dedicated cycleway to make it safer for cyclistsCycleway:
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119209Photo #119209Busy paths with three schools on one site. Busy route towards the A4 too. Not enough room during peak times, but not particularly safe feeling to be on a bike when it’s busy - lots of parked cars, cars speeding past to get to school/work. Cycle lanes could encourage more children to safely bike to work. Also would encourage more people to cycle to work or just cycle more generally.Cycleway:
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119200Photo #119200Add cycle lane and protection on Staunton Lane and onto Sleep lane to join the Whitchurch cycle path to the lanes.Cycleway:
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119047Photo #119047Make into a dedicated walking and cycling route. Road is full of pot holes, rubbish and glassCycleway:
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116688Photo #116688This as part of a cycle route Bristol to Keynsham. Cycle route inadequate (awful).Cycleway:
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116649Photo #116649Cyclists using this route in to Bath from the South, accessing the two tunnels, have to cycle back up Midford Hill towards Hinton with 40, 50, 60 mile per hour traffic, and close passes are the norm.
With the Wellow cyclepath being in poor condition and sometimes closed, the route to Bath, without having to ride the A36 is the B3110.

Midford should also be 20mph and a max 30mph heading away from it in either direction, but naturally needs enforcement.
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113078Photo #113078Lots of space for cycle parking at this University of Bath building.Cycle parking:
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113077Photo #113077Lots of space for cycle parking at this University of Bath building.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
113073Photo #113073Route sign on NCN route 4, BathRoute sign:
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routesigns
113072Photo #113072Rising bollards on a hotel access road by Bath AbbeyRoad environment:
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113071Photo #113071Cycling map at Bath AbbeyRoute sign:
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routesigns
113070Photo #113070Cycling map at Bath AbbeyRoute sign:
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routesigns
113069Photo #113069Car-sized cycle parking stand and cycling map at Bath AbbeyCycle parking:
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cycleparking
113068Photo #113068Sign to NCN route 4, BathRoute sign:
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113067Photo #113067Sign to NCN route 4, BathRoute sign:
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routesigns
113066Photo #113066Cycle parking at the edge of the pedestrian shopping area, BathCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
113065Photo #113065Cycle parking at the edge of the pedestrian shopping area, BathCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
113064Photo #113064No Motor Vehicles except for loading/deliveriesRoad environment:
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113063Photo #113063Traffic-free street, BathCycleway:
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113062Photo #113062Traffic-free area in front of Bath AbbeyOther:
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113061Photo #113061Road closure by the Roman Baths, BathCycleway:
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113060Photo #113060Cycle contraflow and two-way cycling markings, BathCycleway:
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113059Photo #113059Cycle parking and cycle route map, BathCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
113039Photo #113039Security barrier alongside Bath AbbeyObstruction:
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113038Photo #113038Bath Abbey with well-used cycle parkingCycle parking:
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cycleparking
113037Photo #113037Bath Abbey with well-used cycle parking - with an unusual bikeCycle parking:
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113036Photo #113036Bath Abbey with well-used cycle parkingCycle parking:
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113035Photo #113035Level access to the westbound platform at Bath stationOther:
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113034Photo #113034Cycle parking at Bath stationCycle parking:
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113031Photo #113031Covered cycle parking at the rear of Bath stationCycle parking:
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cycleparking

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