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Sir John's Lane at top of Lindsay Road

Sir John's Lane towards Muller Road

Crossing Purdown towards Sir John's Lane

Entrance to Purdown at top of Nevinson Place

Route off Romney Ave over Purdown towards Fairfield High School

@BristolCouncil fallen tree on cycling and walking route Bath Bridge Roundabout. Tried to report online but told me I needed to calk for fallen trees. But then message when I called suggested it wasn’t urgent enough- can you advise? https ... [more]

A temporary issue seems to be leading to permanent removal of cycle parking - Network Rail will be permanently closing all cycle parking on platforms three and four ahead of roof renovations. A new bike storage area is being built on Fri ... [more]

Cycling On The Bus Evacuation Strip The point of putting this picture up is that I have seen far worse things happening here.

There's Definitely Space For A Cycle Lane Here

Good Bye Cycle Lane, Hello School Run Every day during term time people bring cars to roads near their child's school and take it for granted that their noble cause gives them priority over cycle lanes, double yellow lines, pavements an ... [more]

What do local women feel about the changes to this shared path on Hartcliffe way which have been put in today?

Welcome to the Brunel Mile. The way @BristolCouncil treats pedestrians and cyclists is beyond contempt. @mthrel you should be ashamed.

If you need to sign your 'shared space ' like this, it's not working

Blind Corner On Cycle Path Location: Lawrence Hill, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Real Cycle Lane On Cattle Market Street

Shiny new cycling infrastructure on Cattlemarket Road.

Bristol and Bath Railway Path The art is a fish nose diving.

Bristol and Bath Railway Path

Bristol and Bath Railway Path

Bristol and Bath Railway Path

New (August 2016) zebra crossing of the cycleway.

New zebra crossing of the cycleway.

"This streete was steppered done..." panel explains the efforts of many named persons to add a decent bit of pedestrian infrastructure in September 1669.

Bristol and Bath Railway Path Built in 1979.

Crossing big roads in Bristol

St Thomas Street, Bristol Looks like a building has been reduced to a pile of rubble.

Christmas Steps

Route for cycling off a downhill over some rumble strips then a raised table to join Horsefair.

Skirt guard. The old Police station in Bristol.

Racks and pump near community cycle café.


A disappointing route for cycling.

Although there's a milepost here the onward cycle route is not clear.

No thru then no entry

If they realy wanted to stop car parking one option would be more bollards.

Cycling Around The Ashton Avenue Bridge Diversion

15 Unsigned Exit From Car Park (651) Part of a sequence of photographs that follows a shared cycling and walking route from Eastgate Road to Stapleton Road in Bristol via the IKEA carpark. [Looking towards ramp in #83274]

05 First Sight Of The Route Surface & Markings (608) Part of a sequence of photographs that follows a shared cycling and walking route from Eastgate Road to Stapleton Road in Bristol via the IKEA carpark.

17 The Ramp In Full (658) Part of a sequence of photographs that follows a shared cycling and walking route from Eastgate Road to Stapleton Road in Bristol via the IKEA carpark.

"Bristol and Bath Railway Path" Crossing -- Item Number 1 could be a proper footbridge over the Bristol and Bath Railway Path just here

NCN 4 (Downs Way) Crosses Station Road Henbury

Saturday Traffic On The Bristol and Bath Cycle Path

Cycle Freedom Under The Highway

Cycling On Isambard Walk

The Scale Of The Problem On Triangle South In Bristol

Bottleneck At Gaol Ferry Bridge

BIkes and Bollards in Southville

A cyclist heading West on Clarence Road, where a new kerb replaces the previous separation between cycle track and roadway (see #68195).

Advisory Cycle Lane On Parry's Lane

Big Road, Subway and More Dedicated Cycle Track

The Future of Transport in Bristol It was a fairly cold Saturday morning in January when I took these pictures. There were not many cyclists about. The Council estimate is that usage would be about 12 an hour over a 12 hour period. That ... [more]

Baldwin Street Cycle Track On Sunday

Contraflow Cycle Lane with Van Parking

Filtered Permeablity With Car Parking Slalom

Quite A Lot To Absorb

The Beginning Of Northumberland Road

Winterstoke Road cycle path

Concorde Way past the allotments near St Werberghs

Lovely Day For A Dooring On Bath Road Also see this article and great photograph:

Toby Way approaches Bath Bridge Roundabout

First section of the new Toby Way on Clarence Road Once the difficult crossing has been achieved, the way ahead looks clear.

Curiosity near Parson Street Station

Looking back towards Wills Way

Path with barriers opposite Wills Way

Path Crossing Path

Cycle Path Surfaces

Cycle Lane Crosses Headley Lane

Car Wash In Cycle Lane

Garage Entrance And Cycle Lane

Cycle Path At Junction With Access Road Junction

End Of Marked Cycle Lane On Hartcliffe Way Looking North Location: Hartcliffe, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Colston Hill

Stokes Croft Cycling

Filtered Permeability at Southmead Hospital

To Cheltenham Road and Clifton Location: Broadmead, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Cycling Infrastructure In Silver Street, Bristol Location: Broadmead, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Cycle Parking in Bristol Location: Old City, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Family Cycilng On College Green, Bristol

Cycle Track In Bristol 03

Under The Brunel Way

Ashton Avenue Bridge Waiting For The Metro Bus A lot of vegetation and trees have been cleared to let the construction begin.

Under The M32 02

Baldwin Street Obstruction

Travelling South From Parson Street Along Hartcliffe Way

Cycle Filter Onto West South West Bound Winterstoke Road (A3029)

Baldwin Street Cycle Track Crosses Queen Charlotte Street 01

Bristol Chocolate Path In December 2014

Baldwin Street Cycle Track With White Line Separation 01

Unusual sign for cyclists approaching Valentine Bridge, Bristol. Ed: I'd suggest this is an attempt by the bridge owners to limit their liability as the parapets may not have been built to the statutory height. So they're covering their ... [more]

The temporary cycle lane that weaves around trees on Nelson Street being filmed by @madeinbristoltv also r ... [more]

Cyclists only (but dismount)

Poor Sheffield stand placement at brand new harbourside apartments.

Cycle parking at road closure - but no dropped kerbs or any thought given to cycle access.

Looking towards Pill inlet

Inlet at Pill

Bizarre signage - why would the cycle route end short of the bridge it's leading to?

Sign for safe route by the Bristol Harbour Railway

Cycling section in the M Shed museum of Bristol life

Cyclist by Bristol harbour - the route passes to the rear of the M Shed due to the hazard of rails embedded in the surface, but cyclists do still take the obvious route.

The only cycle parking at the M Shed museum is at the café

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