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A Bicycle Path that is segregated with separate walking then the road with the bus lane and general traffic. Here is a Bicycle Counter at the Welsh College of Music and Drama in North Road in Cardiff.

Utterly ridiculous sign for people using bicycles on the Bicycle Path. It is not clever to have End of Route when the Bicycle Path carries onwards. Likewise the Cyclists Dismount sign is also silly as the side road is seldom used and is g ... [more]

Perhaps I should be more enthusiastic about this kind of hire bike, but I can't help feeling I'd rather the space was taken up by cycle racks instead.

Wide traffic-free zone on this residential street in Gent

Cycle parking and Play Street with contraflow cycling

Cycle parking, Gent

Cycling between the tramlines, Gent

Cycling is not allowed between 11.00 and 18.00 on the main shopping streets of central Gent

The No Parking sign refers to the area outside the designated zone for parking bikes on kickstands

Area for parking bikes on kickstands in Gent

No Entry with very small Except Pedestrians and Cyclists symbols

Cycle parking, Gent

The central shopping zone of Gent is closed to cyclists between 11.00 and 18.00

Cycle parking in Gent

Traffic-free street and bikes near the centre of Gent

Cyclist and tram tracks in Gent - people seem to cope.

Cycle parking crisis at Whittlesford “Parkway” Station.

Pinch Point I had a very nasty experience riding along here sometime around the year 2009. Approaching the pinch point I decided to take the lane to make sure the lorry behind me was not going to be sharing the road space with me. The ... [more]

Bridge over Rother from Crow Lane - no signage and poor surface.

Route that is not signed well along Tapton Terrace - poor road surface

Tapton Terrace which is designated as part of the TPT into town centre but has no signs as an alternative route to Brimington Road. Road surface is poor.

Farewell to Camcycle trustee Shirley Fieldhouse at Cam Valley Crematorium. Thank you Shirley for all the work you did over the years for the cycling campaign scrutinizing planning applications a ... [more]

Sign to Railway Station from Tapton Terrace

Sign looking down Corporation Street towards Railway Station

Signpost at end of bridge over A61 - where do cyclists go - not clear?? See #10524

CP goes to right from bridge over A61 from slip road and Corporation Street - no signage on approach, have to look to right to see where CP goes? See #10525

Entrance to bridge with central bollard - shared path

Sign at point where Local 4 crosses slip road

Point where Local 4 crosses slip road to A61 to go over bridge

View of CP up Crow Lane from Station

NCN67 looking from Railway Station crossing up Crow Lane

NCN67 and Local 4 crossing to Railway Station

Bike lane on Coronation Street towards town, Note no lane to left down Crow Lane to Railway Station - have to go round RB then sharp left onto CP to Station?

On-road CP at roundabout Brimington Road, Brewery Street, Malkin Road

Cycle parking by the City Hall, Gent

Crossing (with underpass) on the edge of Gent

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New bike shop on Newmarket Road [closing-down sale January 2019 - another victim of the internet?]

Closure between Hobart and Suez Rds.

No Entry except cycles and mopeds

Underpass on route LF5 entering Gent

Start of underpass on LF5 (to the left) entering Gent

Routes LF5 entering Gent

Deviation on route LF5 entering Gent

Start of underpass to the right

Cycle parking, Gent

Route F400 from the Westerringspoorbrug in Gent

Foot/cycle bridge in Gent

Route LF5 entering Gent

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  • Icon 104928 There is no bicycle parking near me, I am keen to get a bike through the cycle to work scheme but I live in a building with a large number of flats and cannot take bicycles inside. We need a secure bike storage station if I am able to get a bike. There are a number of places one could be erected around the side roads. There is a church and primary school at the bottom of Church Walk which may present a useful area.
  • Icon 104877 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 104790 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 104747 Royal injury collision
  • Icon 104581 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 104580 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 104579 Cycle parking for nearby shops and icecream parlour.
  • Icon 104578 Additional parking near local shops
  • Icon 104577 New theatre opened and there are no cycle stands nearby.
  • Icon 104576 Although there is maybe 20 stands, they are often all full by 8.45am. With the increase in local users following residential and commerical developments, more cycle parking is required please.
  • Icon 104541 It’s a street with a lot of condensed housing, where many people don’t have cars. There are no bike hangars within 5 minutes walk. All the hangars in our area are full with waiting lists. It’s also not a particularly busy place to park for cars
  • Icon 104530 Situated at the junction of the A6 and Crawley Green Road is the entrance to a cycle path following the railway towards Luton Airport Parkway Station. I cycle to Parkway station from Crawley Green Road and find the turn onto the cycle path tricky. I either have to stop in the road to lift my bike up the kerb, or transition onto the pavement a little earlier where there is a dropped kerb for the pedestrian crossing. I do not like having to use the pavement here, especially with pedestrians and it being narrow, not to mention illegal. But nor do I like stopping on a dual carriageway with fast traffic around me. For people coming from the A6 their only option is to try and get up the kerb. I have marked in white on the image, the points at which I can either mount the pavement at the crossing or stop to get up the kerb. I've also sketched a possible design in red, for a new dropped kerb, short on-pavement cycle path, and a railing to ensure some division between cycles and pedestrians to avoid collisions when coming off the road. I feel that this design would allow people to exit the road at speed, and give a short distance to safely slow down before turning, without being in the road. Making this junction safer to navigate. The alternative would be a dropped kerb immediately in front of the cycle path, but this is likely to cause cyclists to slow down suddenly and turn quickly, potentially confusing and hazardous for drivers and pedestrians alike.

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