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The Queensway footway resumes at Falkland Drive.

Very poor sightlines where the path from the ramp of the footbridge and from Lindores Drive meets the Queensway footway.

The Mossneuk cycle route crossing Mossneuk Road.

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

The footbridge across the railway in #113719 leads to the busy Eaglesham Road and there is no pedestrian crossing to help people get to either the bus stop or Hairmyres Hospital a short distance away.

The shared footway (although there has been no sign to say so) goes through a bus stop without any widening. Luckily for me, a bus had just left.

A shared footway that is narrower than the adjacent unshared footway.

No demand for a cycleway alongside Queensway between Righead and The Murray Roundabouts? Pedestrians have their own footway all the way, but cyclists are expected to cycle on the dual carriageway. Evidently, not all do!

No room for a cycleway alongside Queensway between Righead and The Murray Roundabouts? Pedestrians have their own footway all the way.

Despite there being room for a cycleway alongside Queensway between Righead and The Murray Roundabouts, cyclists are expected to cycle on the dual carriageway. Pedestrians have their own footway all the way.

Roadworks blocking the footway on Queensway, but the workers' van and trailer blocking the cycleway.

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

No attempt to resolve conflict at the Kingsgate Retail Park bus stop on NCN756. No option to go around the back of the shelter as in #107619.

The Stewartfield cycle path meets West Mains Road. Navigate between the bus shelter and the cabinet to get to the toucan crossing.

The cycleway merges into the bus stop layby, but the layout could easily be revised within the available space.

Before route 3's path was built, cyclists were expected to return to the carriageway once past the roundabout.

Blacklaw Drive, and footbridge. Again, no signage for East Kilbride cycle route 2 at the junction ahead.

The way from the entrance to the cycle parking is blocked by a barrier, and the very narrow gap at the side is blocked by cones.

The Calderwood Road shared footway, with a bus shop, footway parking, and a pinch-point crossing on the road across to a school.

Both paths have cycle signs on them, so possibly could divert if a heavily laden bus pulls up and starts unloading, but otherwise the left path goes directly to the school and the right is for following Calderwood Road.

Options to pass in front of or behind the bus shelter, depending on bus passenger activity.

The Calderwood Road shared footway passing a bus stop at the sports centre.

No evidence that this section of footway on Whitemoss Avenue is a cycleway. It's also rather busy and cluttered.

End of the Whitehills cycle route, but with a Toucan crossing across Quarry Road it could be extended along the path to Greenhills. The nearest dropped kerb to join the carriageway is at the uncontrolled crossing beyond the bus stop.

The footway past the bus stop is shared use, but how would anyone alighting from a bus know?

A very narrow shared-use footway past a bus stop.

A narrow footway unsuitable for cycling, but at either end has cycle facilities, seen in #90566 and #90572.

If cyclists are to stay on the footway at #90566, they will end up here at a very narrow section of footway through a bus shelter.

The Cathkin Relief Road's cycle path continues towards Mill Street.

A peculiar arrangement at the bus stop.

The Cathkin Relief Road's cyclepath starts again at Drumilaw Road, and is also the access path for a bus stop.

Where are all the bussists? Newly built disused bus stops on the Cathkin Relief Road, because the bus company quite sensibly decided it would rather continue running its buses along Fernhill Road. But still no excuse for the lighting col ... [more]

Space for motoring, but only one bus at the bus stop at a time please! And no-one will want to walk to the bus stop from this direction. Someone did cycle along the dual carriageway just after I'd taken the photo, in all the proper cycling ... [more]

South Lanarkshire Council is excelling itself here, I think.

Not good for cycling, not good for bussing.

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

The solution to the Whistleberry gap was not to build a ramp to the steps next to the A725, but to sign the existing footway as a cycleway, with no widening at bus stops, just markings.

A ludicrous arrangement at the bus stop on Main St. Not just the conflict caused by directing cyclists through the bus stop waiting area on the footway, but the raised kerb and drain cover at the start of the cycle lane! See also #89204.

A crazy arrangement for cycling on the footway through the bus stop. And watch out for the kerb when joining the cycle lane ahead - only the left side is dropped. See also #89206.

Cyclists are expected to cycle on the footway past a blind corner and then through the bus stop waiting area.

South Lanarkshire Council's interpretation of a bus stop bypass, with no continuous footway so all pedestrians expected to walk via the bus stop island. The bus stop itself is in a layby so buses may get delayed waiting to leave.

South Lanarkshire Council's interpretation of a bus stop bypass, with no continuous footway so all pedestrians expected to walk via the bus stop island. The bus stop itself is in a layby so buses may get delayed waiting to leave.

Nothing special at these bus stops.

Route sign for NCN75 on Bridge Street. Of the two signs pointing up Bridge Street, one is for route 74 and the other for (74). Despite this being a signed turning, and there being on-road cycle lanes, the only dropped kerb is beyond the ... [more]

While other parts of the country are starting to build bus stop bypasses, South Lanarkshire has come up with this. A triangular area marked as a bus stop, then the cycle lane transfers onto the footway, and the bus stop pole is just beyond ... [more]

After the bus stop the cycle lane suddenly jumps from the kerbside to the middle of the carriageway, and motorists are just driving in it.

Welcome to Rutherglen - Burgh of Royally crap cycling facilities. Slap of paint on pavement behind bus stop and a route to nowhere

Dig it up, put a bus shelter on it, then slap some paint on it! Shared path for #cycling @SouthLanCouncil style http://t.co/Pfpx2Vc1Ig

Found this in the middle of route 756 today at Rutherglen. Shared path. Any advice? @magnatom @sustrans http://t.co/HiDOGBUjxF

Needlessly narrow shared-use path next to East Kilbride Road at bus stop, with Cyclists Dismount signs

Widened footway around bus stop on Bothwell Road, part of NCN 74

Bus stop treatment on Bothwell Road NCN 74 cycleway. No widening done here, unlike #31752.

At the second bus stop in Strathaven Road it is not clear whether you are meant to join the road or use the footway. Why isn't it like the first (see #31514)? The cycleway is two-way.

East Kilbride local cycle route 3 runs alongside Strathaven Road, with a parallel and separate footway for most of the way.

Toucan crossing on route across main road. Path extends a considerable way across town (but see #31493).

NCN756 ends for the bus stop, then starts up again.

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