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A former patch of green used for parking behind a multi-storey car park. Lack of provision isn’t the problem, attitude is the problem. https://t.co/9RT1xqqFpk

Bollard forest, see: https://twitter.com/johnstreetdales/status/1610233969483685888?s=46&t=vW_Nn3tUA3xYcTr1LsvBZg https://twitter.com/gazza_d/status/1610891642654818309?s=46&t=9vuB0lCrewXO_KikEqed4w … [more]

Someone in a tinted vehicle drives on the footway to bypass a party closure: https://twitter.com/garethjhooper/status/1601932949422804992?s=20&t=OKNiacMuVhTtMKyMfOaTCA

Uncontrolled dropped kerb crossing with limited visibility of traffic turning right from A38 south. This has been unsafe to me as a parent when i try to cross the route with the pram

Bike way needed along Monmouth Drive on the grass verge

Absolutely awful junction - very unsafe. Must stop cars turning right as they come up the hill or put in a mini roundabout (the type that buses and lorries can drive over slowly if need be but visible for al)l. Even traffic lights would … [more]

Build a cycle superhighway along the wide and unused grass verge of Monmouth Drive all the way from Banners Gate to Somerville Rd. For more information see here: … [more]

[Image taken: Date unknown] This is a Creative Commons image. As it shows a CrossCountry (www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk/) train I'm locating it at the company's HQ: 18 The Priory, Queensway, Birmingham, B4 6BS. The image is indicative to … [more]

Priority at sideroads best practice in Brimingham

This is roadspace reallocation: new segregated cycleway under construction outside Edgbaston cricket ground

No cycling (or any vehicles) in this tram area just north of Birmingham New Street station

Wheeling channel for cycles at the stairs at Birmingham New Street

Segregated contraflow cycleway in Birmingham

This road needs a bike path along the grass verge You can see my full proposal here https://transportability.wordpress.com/2021/01/06/a-proposal-to-build-a-cycle-superhighway-along-monmouth-drive-in-sutton-coldfield-uk/

"Today I ended up cycling down the remnants of the 1930s cycle way on Chester Road in Birmingham. It is a car park for residents, all but one of whom seem to have plenty of space on their drives." Somewhere along Chester Road, Birmingham … [more]

Just another ordinary day at Robin Hood Island. https://t.co/UNnlvQG0F0 Also tweeted by Jeremy Vine: https://twitter.com/theJeremyVine/status/1474677206525820928?s=20

Millennium Milepost Tessall Lane This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T3/8 disk

Millennium Milepost Northfield This milepost is a McColl type and has a T4/6 disk.

Millennium Milepost King's Norton This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T1/4 disk, this milepost is also missing two of it's arms. The mileages on this milepost are 1) City Centre 5.5, West Bromwich 9.75 The mileages on the missing … [more]

Millennium Milepost Dacer Close This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T3/7 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Bournville 0.5, Birmingham University 2.25 2) City Centre 5, West Bromwich 9.25 3) Bromsgrove 14, Redditch 22

Millennium Milepost Fordhouse Lane This milepost is a Mills type and has a T1/3 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) City Centre 4.75, West Bromwich 9 2) Bromsgrove 14.25, Redditch 22.25

Millennium Milepost River Rea This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T1/2 disk. This milepost looks like it has sunk a bit into the ground. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Kings Heath 1 2) Bromsgrove 15.25, Redditch 23.25 3) City … [more]

Millennium Milepost Boating Lake This milepost is a McColl type and has a T3/6 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Citycentre 3.5, Lichfield 26.75 2) Longbridge 6.25, Stratford upon Avon 43.5

Millennium Milepost Cannon Hill Park This milepost is a Mills type and has a T1/1 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Bromsgrove 16.75, Redditch 24.75 2) City Centre 2.25, West Bromwich 6.5

Millennium Milepost Calthorpe Park This milepost is a Mills type and has a T3/5 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) City Centre 1.75, West Bromwich 6 2) Bromsgrove 17.25, Redditch 25.25

Millennium Milepost Gooch Street This milepost is a McColl type but it is missing it's time trail disk. This milepost is behind a fence so it cannot be accessed, it is also unpainted. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Bromsgrove … [more]

Millennium Milepost Hurst Street This milepost is a Mills type and has a T3/4 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Bromsgrove 18.5, Redditch 26.25 2) West Bromwich 5, Walsall 11.75

Millennium Milepost John Bright Street This milepost is a Rowe type and has a T3/3 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) Bromsgrove 18.5, Redditch 26.5 2) West Bromwich 4.75, Walsall 11.5

Millennium Milepost Birmingham Arena This milepost is a Mills type and has a T3/1 disk. The mileages on this milepost are: 1) City Centre 0.5, South Birmingham 2) West Bromwich 5, Walsall 10.75

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.Since the introduction of a Traffic filter on Cambridge Rd, Woodfield Rd has become much busier with vehicles exceeding the 20mph limit.

West Midlands Cycle Hire opposite Digbeth Police Station The bikes were launched in Birmingham on Monday 24th May 2021. You need the free Beryl app to unlock, but is free for 30 minutes (I think), then £4 an hour (from what I've heard).

West Midlands Cycle Hire at the University of Birmingham, near New Fosse Way in Edgbaston. Near the path to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and the bus stop for the X20, X21 and X22 Platinum bus routes. Close to the Metchley Roman … [more]

West Midlands Cycle Hire on Moor Street, Queensway Close to Birmingham Moor Street Station in the middle of the dual carriageway.

Blue cycle lane on Harborne Lane, Selly Oak, near Battery Retail Park. Part of the Selly Oak Bypass extension works completed in late 2020. Harborne Lane and Chapel Lane have been both bi-directional since autumn 2020.

West Midlands Cycle Hire near the Boldmere Gate, Sutton Park. Near the roundabout and junction with Stonehouse Road. On Monmouth Drive.

Rea Valley Route at Cannon Hill Park - Cycling past the Fairground Location: Cannon Hill Park, Selly Park (England, UK) A Sunday morning walk around Cannon Hill Park. Forecast was rain, it later started to lightly rain, before it got … [more]

There is a on-road cycle lane here. However, it requires physical barriers to make it truly segregated - at the moment it is just paint.

Pedestrianise Park Road from Gerrard Gardens to Brassington Avenue, incorporating cycle pathway to The Parade and up to Station Street. Improvement of the bridge - painting/lighting. Make Sutton Park more accessible to people and remove the … [more]

Flint Green Road, Acocks Green, Birmingham. This house belonged to a famous engineer but I forget his name....

Parking on verges. Create cycle pathway.

Bad pinch point with taxis/ cars and pedestrians existing train station. Widen pavement

Build a cycle superhighway along the wide and unused grass verge of Monmouth Drive all the way from Banners gate to Somerville Rd. For more information please see here: … [more]

Create off-carriageway cycle tracks & crossings to link A47 Parkway and Lichfield Rd routes. Currently cyclists are expected to use advisory lanes on busy main road - they offer little protection.

Upgrade cycle crossings and add cycle tracks to this busy roundabout

Add separate cycle signals on this junction to help pop-up cycle route that should be made permanent

Pedestrianise Gooch St and Horton Sq in this area, allowing for busy cycle route to pass which is currently plagued with parked cars.

Allow cycles to flow between Corporation St and Newton St.

Allow 2-way cycles on Pershore St so cyclists can connect with pedestrianised Edgbaston St

Use bollards/paint/paving to indicate cycle routes through Victoria Square as it is a key connection between cycle routes.

Good segregated cycle lane ends here. Continue to Five Ways.

Service road that is currently driveways could be segregated cycle track.

Cycle lanes and crossings needed on Trinity Rd between Aston Park and A34 cycle route. This would then be a key cycle link.

Cycle lane needed here to link train station to Ward End cycle route

Needs toucans or cycle signals to allow crossing all arms of roundabout. Cycle track/lane needed to link to existing cycle route on Landor St.

Hole Lane, which is narrow, is used as a rat-run, and this crossroads on a busy road is dangerous and difficult to negotiate on a bike. Close Hole Lane to through motor traffic, and improve the junction to make it cycle-friendly.

There's lots of space here for a badly needed protected cycleway on this busy road.

The park side of Monmouth Drive is absolutely perfect for a very long smooth cycle-super highway (or cycle-scooterhighway). Absolutely zero interference to residents or drivers and reduces congestion in park and gives night time riding … [more]

Needs a proper pedestrian crossing

Barrier on cycle way forces cyclists to dismount. Should be more cycle friendly

Surface on former flagship Rea Valley cycleway very poor, esp with tree roots, between Fordhouse Lane and Hazelwell Rd. Badly in need of resurfacing for years.

Some form of filter is needed here to stop it being used as a rat run. There is a nursery at the corner which is negatively impacted by the pollution and noise of through traffic

Pavement parking is a problem here. Car owners should be fined.

Pavement parking is a problem here. These cars need to be moved.

Surface here by the bridge on the Middlemore Road side just after a sharp left turn is in very poor condition. You could easily come off!

Widen the road by 3 feet, and widen pavement by 6ft narrow road nasty bend,narrow pavement next to school what could go wrong???!!!Make this a safer route to school

Dangerous junction for cyclists trying to cross Golden Hillock Rd. Improve crossing here so cyclists can use

The road narrows to one lane around this bend - evidence that cars don't need both lanes. Much of it is used for parking in the previous stretch. Linking residential to supermarkets (asda quinton) is crucial to getting people routinely … [more]

Steps stop this being a cycleway. Remove steps and improve disabled access too. The other option is to shut Bell Holloway to traffic..as its narrow and subject to frequent fly tipping.

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