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The start of the railway path section of NCN756, leaving East Kilbride, at St Bryde Lane. The traffic calming strips present a hazard to turning cyclists and could easily be bypassed with a more convenient access onto the path to the left. ... [more]

An attempt at filtered permeability on Parkhall Street, but no provision for cycling through the road closure.

Not a cycling route, but this footway crosses Stuart Street at an uncontrolled crossing near to the Priestknowe Roundabout, so is a bit difficult to cross at busy times. Traffic reduction through East Kilbride Village would help. The sal ... [more]

The car park entrance for the new Lidl supermarket is across the new Churchill Avenue shared cycle path. An update on #107576.

The Mossneuk cycle route leaves Pitcairn Place to cross to the other side of Mossneuk Road just along from the bus stop.

No proper connecting path between the back of Hairmyres Hospital and Strathtay Avenue, even though this is the way to the nearest cycle route. UPDATE: A (very narrow) new path has appeared, see #172687.

Why can't the corner be more rounded? What are the bollards for? Why isn't there a distance for the town centre? The cycle route doesn't even go as far as the town centre. It gives up on Queensway at #31505.

The end of the Stewartfield Way cycle route, from Kingsgate to the National Museum of Rural Life. The bollards were a little tight, especially so close to the turn onto the crossing.

The Glen Road path, linking Stewartfield Way to actual Glen Road, which leads towards Carmunnock and Glasgow.

This section of Arrotshole Road has been closed to motor vehicles.

The path from Fairfield Place arrives at Arrotshole Road, but the whole area is cluttered with parked vehicles and materials.

A poor quality path connecting the industrial areas of Fairfield Place and Arrotshole Road.

The cycle track from Tantallon Park arrives in Glenluce Terrace, with a street name sign to confirm location for users.

The underpass beneath Queensway, connecting St Lawrence Park and Falkland Drive. Like many of the old underpasses in East Kilbride, there is a cycleway and separate footway.

This track runs parallel to Kingsway and leads through to the Whitemoss Recreation Area and roundabout. A through route for cycling, but not driving.

One of East Kilbride's old cycleway and footway combinations, through the underpass connecting Highfield Place and The Gateway.

A route sign that appears to have been twisted around, since it is facing the houses in Mount Cameron Drive North.

Alison Lea blocked to through traffic at Morrishall Road, with no allowance for cycling. Pedestrians only.

Roadworks and building work on Brancumhall Road opposite the road from St Leonards RC Primary School and the Brancumhall Recreation Area.

A path connecting Galloway Road to Brancumhall Road.

A dropped kerb in Tannahill Drive blocked by car parking, where the cycle route to Brancumhall joins the carriageway.

A dropped kerb on Alison Lea blocked by car parking.

The shared footway outside the Alison Lea Medical Centre. I don't know who thought that this would be an adequate design.

New cycle markings and site entrance on Churchill Avenue, complete with obstructive sign posts. Once this site is operational, it looks like cyclists will have to wait for drivers exiting the car park to move off the crossing. The 'Give ... [more]

The Whitehills cycle path at the Stroud Road underpass, leading to Whitehills Terrace where cyclists rejoin the carriageway.

The connection from the Whitehills cycle path to Copenhagen Avenue.

Netherton Road closed to motor traffic.

A path parallel to Greenhills Road that connects through to other streets and paths, including an underpass beneath Greenhills Road at Mossneuk.

The path from Lonsdale Gait goes right through Newlandsmuir to meet up with #107473. A proper crossing across Greenhills Road would help.

The path linking Newlands Road to Newlandsmuir Road on East Kilbride's cycle route 1.

A diversion sign for NCN756 (due to severance at Richmond Park) at the Smartbridge, and NCN75 Clyde Walkway on the far bank.

The missing link in a 20-mile mostly off-road cycle route between Glasgow Green and Strathclyde Country Park.

A sign with destinations, but what if I want to go towards Philipshill Cemetery and Carmunnock (route visible through the bridge)?

Route (74) crossing Cypress Avenue. I guess the 'Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway' sign should be facing the other way.

A branch of route (74) crosses Cypress Avenue.

Cycling exempted from road closure at High Blantyre Road crossing at Russell St, and route (74) heads along the footway to the right.

Cyclists on the shared footway are directed down a side street. Hamilton is still 3 miles away (see #89452 and #65152).

Route (74) shared footway crossing Ballantrae Road.

The end of Bellsfield Drive, open to pedestrians, closed to vehicles. With a little work could be open to bikes too.

Route (74) turns right, but the dropped kerb is on the left.

Cycle parking in a large car park at Palace Grounds retail park.

A diagonal ramp through the steps, but watch out for people blindly walking straight down the steps unaware of anything happening around them.

Traffic filtering at Post Gate. Ahead is the Palace Grounds retail park. But Castle St (crossing just beyond the bollards, see #38911) is No Vehicles and excludes cycling.

The town centre cycle route crosses Cadzow St on Campbell St.

An attempt to improve Campbell Street, but ruined by the bin storage.

The end of the path from Burnbank, near Peacock Cross. Could do with some dropped kerbs.

This crossing at Cameron Way would be categorised as an example of good practice if it weren't for the high kerbs each side of the road.

Traffic filtering at Viewfield Avenue, and paths to either side, although the path southwards starts with a flight of steps.

No barrier, only bollards protect the path from the end of John St to Blantyre station, but most of the path is unsurfaced, like the end of John St itself.

The new road layout at Downiebrae Road includes a curious path on the old alignment.

The Smart Bridge between Shawfield and Dalmarnock.

Hamilton Road appears to be quite a busy rat-run, and traffic calming has been provided by means of chicanes. Advisory cycle lanes have been painted in one direction through these chicanes. This appears to encourage motorists to overtake cy ... [more]

An advisory cycle lane painted around one side of a traffic-calming chicane. Is this to encourage motorists to overtake cyclists in the chicane? A wider view of this location is at #70529.

The traffic calming on Hamilton Road is by means of chicanes. Cycle lanes have been painted in one direction through these chicanes.

Road closure with bikes allowed through. The bollards are a little close together, but they are arranged diagonally to make it slightly easier to get through. There are rumble strips across the cycleway here, presumably due to the falling g ... [more]

Motor traffic on this minor road has a slight chicane, while the signed cycle route turns left through the bollards and along the Burnbank pedestrian precinct.

One of the better pieces of cycle infrastructure in Hamilton, the toucan crossing across High Blantyre Road on Glenlee Street.

Fire Path with gaps for cycles, although the signage does not say cycles are allowed through.

No Entry signs at road closure, without "except cycles" plates, but route signage between Hamilton town centre and NCN 74 directs cyclists through closure and across toucan crossing

Cycle gap in road closure to avoid main road junction

Recommended Route sign used for cycle path in Mossneuk (see also #31501).

Junction of East Kilbride local cycle route 1 (to Newlandsmuir and Strathaven) and anonymous cycle route to Hairmyres. This is signed with a mix of Cycles Only, Shared Use and Recommended Route signs (see #31502), rarely in the right places ... [more]

Cycle path and separate footway through subway under Queensway, East Kilbride.

Old cycle path at end of Glenluce Terrace, which even has a streetname sign so cyclists know which street they are arriving in! (see also #31497)

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