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[Image taken 27.10.21] Haxby Cycleway (next to the Ring Road), York. [NOTE: location on map is approximate]. Courier cyclist Steve (right on the Bullitt e-cargo cycle www.londongreencycles.co.uk/shop/bikes/bullitt/) and Greg Morgan, the CYC ... [more]

[Image taken 27.10.21] Haxby Cycleway (next to the Ring Road), York. [NOTE: Location on map is approximate/No streetview at this location] Very excited to see Steve Westwood transporting goods outside of the city centre. I wasn't aware that ... [more]

Just washing, or applying some special brew (sealant, fungicide, ...) ?

North bridge ramp, steps, etc beginning to look quite tidy

As expected, installation of bird mesh involves removal of the tall wooden fence that's been making it more difficult to spy on progress

Signs of a slight rethink about the orientation of the bridge in the middle of the common

Signs of a slight rethink about the orientation of the bridge in the middle of the common

Signs for route 668.

A-frame barrier.

Route through Meanwood Urban Farm. Careful of visitors.

A-frame style barrier.

Awkward steps / ramp and barrier.

Castleford Greenway newly surfaced path.

Signs around Stanley and Bottom Boat. Walking and cycling routes diverge here for a short section.

Signs and subway under M1 motorway.

Official TPT sign opposite Bottomboat Road.

New surfaced path linking to the Trans Pennine Trail.

New signpost near Kirkstall Forge.

New sign at the junction of 2 paths. Sign to the right says "Pollard Lane".

Free bike pump and tools.

Cycle box and painted lane. View from Merrion House.

New cycle lanes on traffic free Cookridge Street.

New crossing from Cookridge Street - now closed to traffic - to Park Row.

Tour de France Grand Depart start line.

New cycle lanes crossing Calverley Street.

New cycle lanes and bike stands.

Cycle lanes in Leeds city centre. View entering Park Square from Westgate.

New cycle lanes in Leeds city centre.

National cycle route 71 Morland, Eden District

Important road sign Great Strickland, Eden District (England, UK)

Signs help Location: King's Meaburn, Eden District (England, UK) DSCF6826

Newly resurfaced TPT at Toll Bar, South Yorkshire.

Sign on the newly resurfaced TPT at Toll Bar, South Yorkshire.

Newly resurfaced TPT at Toll Bar, South Yorkshire.

New improved crossing, Foundry Lane.

Slalom gate near Killingbeck Fields

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The 12 most recently modified photos

[Image taken 17.4.21] Cargo/delivery cycle at Rougier Street/Tanner Row, York. The driver cannot exit forwards due to the handlebars of the cycle on the rack. The racks are 100cm apart. Too close to be practical/flexible. See #167037 for we ... [more]

Slalom gate.

Bridge over Wyke Beck

Start of Rounday Park route to left and continue right for Temple Newsam and Garforth.

Bollards before bridge and NCN sign.

Lake view from park bench.

A-Frame at entrance to Wyke Beck Woods.

On the new CITU bridge.

Bridge over moveable weir. Added as part of flood Leeds flood alleviation scheme.

Looking towards Leeds (by a new residential area).

Jacqi

The ironwork here has become springy. It is possible to stand on one corner of it and the ground bounces when you push on it with your feet. But when bus goes over it then it emits a very loud clack, see video at #175270. There's already ... [more]

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  • Icon 175325 Fatal collision on the busway: Appeal following fatal collision in Cambridge 27 Oct 2021 A woman has died following a collision in Cambridge yesterday (26 October). The incident happened just after 6pm on the guided busway near Sedley Taylor Road, Cambridge, and involved a pedestrian and a guided busway bus. The pedestrian, a woman in her 50s from Cambridge, was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the bus was uninjured and remained at the scene. We do not know if there were any passengers on the bus at the time. Police are appealing for witnesses, footage or anyone who saw the vehicles in the moments leading up to the incident. https://twitter.com/cambridgecops/status/1453391765663272963?s=21
  • Icon 175322 Pedestrians often walking through the bushes behind Island Health Centre - unclear why, perhaps to access Glengall Grove more quickly? Overgrown trees and shrubs, drug paraphernalia and littering plague this area and there is limited pavement to ensure social distancing due to the large footfall from Asda and the health centre. I often have to walk into the road to avoid on-comers.
  • Icon 175321 Pepper Street is very dangerous: it has delivery trucks and cars driving through the pedestrianized zone at all times of the day and night, huge potholes where paving bricks and pieces of metal grating are continually missing and never fixed by the private landlords, mopeds often zoom over the bridge and almost collide with pedestrians and there is limited social distancing as there is so much pedestrians and car/van traffic in one small area, plus contractors loiter under the arches, smoking, vaping and spitting onto the street. Tower Hamlets Council is aware of the problems in this area, but have stated it is up to the private landlords to make the pavement safe! 27 October 2021.
  • Icon 175320 Damaged pavement (many blocks missing), fly-tipping and encroachment of builder's hoardings have made this area unpleasant and unable to socially distance when walking along this section of the Millharbour wharf. Tower Hamlets Council need to ensure that developers of multi-billion pound flats (which benefit from wharf views) are contributing monies properly to keep the wharfside areas in good and safe condition. 27 October 2021.
  • Icon 175319 Pavement continually clogged by litter, fly-tipping and domestic bins left permanently on the path behind the Delta Fitness building (old Hope and Anchor pub) on Westferry Road, E14. Urgent action is needed by Tower Hamlets Council to ensure this walkway is kept clear of debris and safe for pedestrians as it is often strewn with rubbish and attracts vermin. Social distancing on this section of the alley is impossible as trying to avoid all the dumped items and abandoned bins pushes passers-by into one small area. 27th October 2021
  • Icon 175318 Commercial bins and fly-tipping regularly blocking the pavement here and on bin day the path is impassable! Users of wheelchairs, parents with buggies (as it is next to a nursery) and those with limited mobility often have to go into the road to get along this area to avoid the detritus on the pavements. Social distancing is also impossible when these narrow streets are congested with bins. Urgent improvements and enforcement are needed from Tower Hamlets Council to turn this area back into one that locals can walk down safely. 27th October 21
  • Icon 175317 Limited pavement on this stretch of Rowtree Road, NN4, which causes pedestrians to have to frequently cross the road and also to walk on the verges to avoid others which is dangerous for vulnerable and pedestrians with limited mobility. Housing developers should be made to build adequate pavement on BOTH sides of a road to ensure social distancing and accessible paths into the future
  • Icon 175316 Limited pavement on this section of Towcester Road, causing pedestrians to walk onto verge/other side of road which has no pavement in order to socially distance. This area also has very bad street lighting making for an unsafe walking experience.
  • Icon 175289 Pavement is narrow and very busy as it leads to the main entrance of a secondary school. The road is very busy in the mornings in particular as it is used as a rat run by commuters.
  • Icon 175257 Cars are parked on either side of the road though nearly all the houses have parking. Controlled parking zone would help with this
  • Icon 175256 Very narrow pavement and cars go very fast as they cut through to the a20. There is a nursery and riding school as well as a junior school further up and it would help with walking to school if the pavement was wider
  • Icon 175229 This is a residential area with lots of flats. I've recently moved here and there is no secure cycle storage for people in flats with no outdoor space. It would be great if cycle racks, or even better if bikehangars could be installed in this area. Bikehangars protect your bike from being exposed to all weather conditions keeping it in better shape which is more sustainable. They are used all over London and are a fantastic, well used resource that encourages more people to cycle. They can fit 6 bikes in a single car parking space - each cycle space is rented out so you have an allocated space and know that you'll have secure parking for your bicycle. I hope something can be implemented here as it is a worry that there is nowhere secure to store my bicycle. I live at no. 8 Emperor Court, but am sure other streets in this area would also benefit from some form of secure bike parking.

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