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Gaol Ferry Bridge - cyclists to the west (in both directions), pedestrians to the east - a bit narrow, but it seems to work.

Gaol Ferry Bridge - cyclists to the west (in both directions), pedestrians to the east - a bit narrow, but it seems to work.

Cycle markings on the Malago Greenway, leading to the Gaol Ferry Bridge, Bristol

Link from Gaol Ferry Bridge to Dean Lane - used by cyclists in both directions, it seems.

Crossing from Gaol Ferry Bridge, Bristol

Stokes Croft Scenery, contraflow cycle lane, and signage for North Street Location: St. James, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Contraflow cycle lane in Nelson St, Bristol

Nine Tree Hill Cottages, and contraflow at the bottom of the hill

These barriers are a real nuisance. On a shared use path. Difficult to cycle around and cause congestion with walkers and cyclists having to queue to get through.

Roger Geffen, CTC/Cyclenation annual conference 2012

Roger Geffen, CTC/Cyclenation annual conference 2012

CTC/Cyclenation annual conference 2012

CTC/Cyclenation annual conference 2012

Cycleway in Bristol over a bridge

Cycleway in Bristol over a bridge

Cycleway crossing point in Bristol

Cycling in Queen Square

Segregated cycleway in Bristol

Bike parking at Hampton House

(Frenchay) Park Road entrance to Stoke Park Estate's cycleway

CTC/Cyclenation conference, Bristol, 2012

CTC/Cyclenation conference, Bristol, 2012

Cycleway

Park cycleway

Park cycleway

Park cycleway

Newgate

Park cycleway

Park cycleway

Broad Weir

Cycle crossing markings

Park route

Walkway

Cycle parking area

Walkway

Walkway

Cycle permeability

Public space area

Cycle permeability

Area with marked parking zones, works much better than the Dings Home Zone (though there is more space here). Note that yellow hashing lines have been removed as these changed the balance of subtle markings.

Area with marked parking zones, works much better than the Dings Home Zone (though there is more space here). Note that yellow hashing lines have been removed as these changed the balance of subtle markings.

Area with marked parking zones, works much better than the Dings Home Zone (though there is more space here)

Area with marked parking zones, works much better than the Dings Home Zone (though there is more space here). Note that yellow hashing lines have been removed as these changed the balance of subtle markings.

Cycle route

Roundel into 20 zone

Area with marked parking zones, works much better than the Dings Home Zone (though there is more space here)

Pathway

Contraflow

Contraflow

Contraflow

Bus lane

Bus lane

Crossing

Bristol & Bath Railway Path entrance

Entrance to the spur to the Bristol to Bath cycleway

Entrance to the Bristol to Bath cycleway

Spur to the Bristol to Bath cycleway

Entrance to Bristol to Bath cycleway spur - blocked by a car in the Dings Home Zone

Dings Home Zone - very car-dominated environment

Dings Home Zone - very car-dominated environment

Crossing, without priority for walkers/cyclists

Alongside the canal

Dings Home Zone - very car-dominated environment

Alongside the canal

Bridge

Canal

No cycling sign

Path from Bristol Station

Cycle parking, near Bristol station

Route from Bristol station

Shared-use path

Brompton Dock, Bristol station

Cycle crossing, for which cars wait

Bridge, Bristol

Cycle crossing, for which cars wait

Queen Square

Informal toucan

Heavily-used bridge in Bristol

Heavily-used bridge in Bristol

Old-fashioned bus, Bristol

Bristol waterside

Pero's Bridge, Bristol

Pero's Bridge, Bristol

Sustrans HQ

New flush kerb, reflecting the desire line of cyclists.

New flush kerb, reflecting the desire line of cyclists.

Cycleway, which apparently many cyclists ignore in favour of the more direct path through College Green.

Cycle path, Bristol

Subtle cycle markings to avoid lots of signage

Unusual and short off-side cycle lane leading into bus lane.

Gap for cycles at restricted turns road junction

Slip from roadway onto shared-use footway at huge signalised roundabout

Malago Greenway Location: Hartcliffe, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Malago Greenway Location: Hartcliffe, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Malago Greenway Location: Hartcliffe, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Toucan crossing on Temple Gate, and NCN 3 turning down cobbled street across the far side of road

Link from Temple Gate (NCN 3) to Redcliffe Mead Lane, via toucan crossing and footway-hopping (see also #40219)

Link from Redcliffe Mead Lane over towards Temple Gate and NCN 3, via traffic island and toucan crossing (see also #40220)

Route sign on Clarence Road, approaching junction seen at #39711

Contraflow cycle lane. Sign shows two with-flow general traffic lanes but only one marked on road, and cycle lane appears to be marked with both broken (advisory) and solid (mandatory) lane marking!

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