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A new hole in the north footway, revealing substantial electricity cables which I think were not present before.

More digging on the recently reinstated south footway. Both ends of the gas main diversion are now visible, which suggests that this trench could be for gas pipe.

Latest 'improvement' to the signage. Somewhat pointless, since the red&white barrier is visible well before the yellow notice.

Damaged cycle parking stand in St Vincent Crescent.

Brand new archaic cycle parking at newly built property in Minerva Street. How do you securely lock a bike to these?

Sauchiehall Street cycleway closed for works. No obvious attempt to sign a diversion route.

Coldham’s Lane cycle bridge from the railway.

Buildings at the back of Cambridge Retail park back on to the railway.

A van driver has decided to block the footway and partly block the cycleway on Garscube Road, causing a pedestrian to have to walk around the van in the cycleway. A family group cycling towards the camera are not seen due to being hidden by ... [more]

Belfast Yard from the train

Coldham’s Common

Coldham’s Common

Barnwell Road from the train.

Coldham’s Lane from the train.

When a black triangle is shown at an end of a Greater Anglia train it means the bicycle section (shown by a green side stripe) is at that end of the train.

Sheffield stands are easy to use by all. Unfortunately disabled access is restricted by a gate to the left. Disabled users have to call a number to access the castle.

Aldeburgh

Linden Close, Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh

Route to Butley Ferry.

Route to Butley Ferry, along the top of an overgrown levee.

Route to Butley Ferry.

Route to Butley Ferry.

Route to Butley Ferry.

The roads of this area are covered in sand. Mostly quiet but suddenly huge tractors and lorries.

The roads of this area are covered in sand. Mostly quiet but suddenly huge tractors and lorries.

Orford with rented ebike.

Orford

The roads of this area are covered in sand. Mostly quiet but suddenly huge tractors and lorries.

The roads of this area are covered in sand. Mostly quiet but suddenly huge tractors and lorries.

The roads of this area are covered in sand. Mostly quiet but suddenly huge tractors and lorries.

The roads of this area are covered in sand. Mostly quiet but suddenly huge tractors and lorries.

The roads of this area are covered in sand. Mostly quiet but suddenly huge tractors and lorries.

The roads of this area are covered in sand. Mostly quiet but suddenly huge tractors and lorries.

The roads of this area are covered in sand. Mostly quiet but suddenly huge tractors and lorries.

The roads of this area are covered in sand. Mostly quiet but suddenly huge tractors and lorries.

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The 12 most recently modified photos

[Image taken 14.5.21] Ramp to/from rail station, York near Royal Mail building between Leeman Road and West Esplanade/the river Ouse. [No streetview at this location.] Light is out and it’s dark. Same issue, same time see also: #168906 an ... [more]

[Image taken 14.5.21] Ramp to/from rail station, York near Royal Mail building between Leeman Road and West Esplanade/the river Ouse. [No streetview at this location.] Light is out and it’s dark.[Image taken 14.5.21] Ramp to/from rail sta ... [more]

Update: Light still out 27.6.21. [Update: A reply in the name of the Customer & Resident Services Manager on 18/05/2021 14:16 said: The current status of your report is: closed - development works. This street light has been temporarily dis ... [more]

[Image taken 14.5.21] Rail station, Scarborough Bridge exit/entrance, York. [No streetview at this location.] There is no reference to ‘Leeman Road’ as given on the cycle map as an alternative for when the gates to/from the station here ... [more]

[Image taken 14.5.21] Rail station, Scarborough Bridge exit/entrance, York. [No streetview at this location.] A third sign very close to the station entrance/exit but with limited information and nothing that will help someone who finds the ... [more]

[Image taken 14.5.21] Rail station, Scarborough Bridge exit/entrance, York. [No streetview at this location.] Two detailed signs. No help if you get to the rail station between 22.30 and 05.30 when the gates are locked. Neither includes the ... [more]

[Image taken 14.5.21] Rail station, Scarborough Bridge exit/entrance, York. [No streetview at this location.] The largest text clearly suggests the information is only for, relevant to, people cycling yet the bridge was replaced to make it ... [more]

[Image taken 14.5.21] Rail station, Scarborough Bridge exit/entrance, York. [No streetview at this location.] Providing a map is a good idea. However, the map is aimed at people on cycles. It covers the whole city. The detail of the city ce ... [more]

[Image taken 14.5.21] Rail station, Scarborough Bridge exit/entrance, York. [No streetview at this location.] There are no clues the gates to the station are locked. There is a cycle map (right) but it is high up and on top of a bank. It’ ... [more]

[Image taken 14.5.21] Rail station, Scarborough Bridge exit/entrance, York. [No streetview at this location.] The gates cannot be seen from even quite close to. There are three route signs and a map of the city for cyclists but no, ‘Gates ... [more]

Update: More on this see https://yorkmix.com/cycle-barrier-latest-police-responsible-for-closing-night-time-route/ [Image taken 14.5.21] Rail station, Scarborough Bridge exit/entrance, York. [No streetview at this location.] The gates are l ... [more]

Millennium Milepost Willoughby Waterleys This milepost is a Mills type and has a T5/3 disk, it is one of the T5 mileposts found on NCN Route 6 and NCN Route 51 between Leicester and Milton Keynes. As far as I can tell it is has only ... [more]

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  • Icon 172686 The pavement at the top of Fore Street is far too narrow by the old church. People cannot pass eachother
  • Icon 172684 Safer cycling needed Pottery Road
  • Icon 172614 This is the end of a bus lane and opposite the entrance to a secondary school and also a bus stop it is meant to be a shared path for cycles but when people are waiting for the bus particularly after school there is no room for cycles and with it being the end of a bus lane and bus stop it can be extremely busy and cars cut across to go in to two lanes and turn on to Burnthouse lane the amount of cyclists who have been shouted at for using the pavement even though it is shared path is crazy. if the bus lane was extended to the bus stop and then a cycle path on the road to the traffic lights and a crossing at the bottom of Burnthouse lane rather than just across Topsham so that it's safer for cyclists and pedestrians trying to cross would make it at least a little safer
  • Icon 172601 Given Exwick Rd/Buddle Lane is part of E1 cycle route and a major commuting route between residential Exwick/St Thomas and Marsh Barton there should be a segregated cycle route - the busy roads congested and constricted with parked cars on either side often make it feel very unsafe to cycle along
  • Icon 172600 Given Exwick Rd/Buddle Lane is part of E1 cycle route and a major commuting route between residential Exwick/St Thomas and Marsh Barton there should be a segregated cycle route - the busy roads congested and constricted with parked cars on either side often make it feel very unsafe to cycle along
  • Icon 172599 Given Exwick Rd/Buddle Lane is part of E1 cycle route and a major commuting route between residential Exwick/St Thomas and Marsh Barton there should be a segregated cycle route - the busy roads congested and constricted with parked cars on either side often make it feel very unsafe to cycle along
  • Icon 172598 Given Exwick Rd/Buddle Lane is part of E1 cycle route and a major commuting route between residential Exwick/St Thomas and Marsh Barton there should be a segregated cycle route - the busy roads congested and constricted with parked cars on either side often make it feel very unsafe to cycle along
  • Icon 172597 Given Exwick Rd/Buddle Lane is part of E1 cycle route and a major commuting route between residential Exwick/St Thomas and Marsh Barton there should be a segregated cycle route - the busy roads congested and constricted with parked cars on either side often make it feel very unsafe to cycle along
  • Icon 172596 Queen Street desperately needs a segregated cycle lane, from the clock tower to Paul St
  • Icon 172595 Very narrow pavement on one side of the road, barely wide enough to walk along (approx 1-2ft) on a very narrow 2-way road.
  • Icon 172594 Very narrow two-way road, often unsafe for cycling
  • Icon 172593 Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg

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