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Cycle servicing station just outside Ayr on NCN7. Who'd have thought it. Pump, tools, seating - all it needs is a canopy from the rain! https://t.co/EWwKwJjYK2

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook. This part was done differently to the others, and it's clearly incomplete.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook. This might be a semi-decent stab at filtered permeability / cycle street network. The bollards are OK. Maybe a little close, and of the unforgiving ... [more]

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Bridge to the nature reserve, not yet connected to anything on this side.

Interesting desire line, maybe, on the way to the bridge over the brook.

Bridge to the nature reserve -- at least it'll be nice when it's done

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Connection from the future 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Cycle parking at Portland airport

Stand and tools at the Bike Assembly Area, Portland airport

Routes from the Bike Assembly Area to leave Portland airport

Sign to Bike Assembly Area, Portland Airport

Cycle space on light rail, Portland OR

Ridiculous 'Cyclists dismount and use footway' sign. Meanwhile, the works are preparing to narrow the shared-use path in order to create yet another traffic lane! It's like I stepped into a time machine and ended up back in the 20th cent ... [more]

Cycle space on light rail, Portland OR

Open and secure parking at Beaverton Transit Center

Rollercoaster footways, undulating up and down. They had complete freedom of design and lots of space, and yet they managed to build the footway in the worst possible way!

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

Bike and Ride - secure parking at Beaverton Transit Center

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

Bike and Ride - secure parking at Beaverton Transit Center

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport. Note that the car has just blown past a sign reading 'No motorised vehicles except buses'

Cyclist on light rail, Portland OR

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

Information on taking bikes on trains, light rail and buses in Portland OR

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

Plans for improved cycle access to the Hawthorne Bridge, Portland OR

Sharrow and bike-sharing station, Portland OR

Cycling permitted on this small plaza

Route sign, Portland OR

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Cycle parking on what should be a better cycle route past the Portland Art Museum

Pedestrian Zone at Portland State University

Cycle parking at the start of the pedestrian zone at Portland State University

Portland State University - this should be improved for cycling.

Portland State University - this should be improved for cycling.

Contraflow cycle lane and cycle-sharing station, Tanner Springs Park, Portland OR

Turning vehicles - give way to cyclists

Cycle crossing at the west end of the Broadway Bridge, Portland OR

Cycleway on the Broadway Bridge, Portland OR

Cycleway to the Morrison Bridge, Portland OR

River City bikeshop, Portland OR

Cycleway to the Morrison Bridge, Portland OR

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  • Icon 96383 Park with space in a residential area without nearby bike racks
  • Icon 96348 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 96337 Go through archway to right of nursery off Yeoman St. Bike shelter is almost at the end of the path on the right
  • Icon 96336 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 96335 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 96245 Near school - Cycle parking for 6 bikes
  • Icon 96244 There are 5 bikes in the property. Can you please arrange a cycle stand which can accommodate 5 bikes
  • Icon 96173 Drop kerbs to allow cyclists to use quiet route here. #openfilter
  • Icon 96162 Woodhouse Lane Sale Trafford Description: The path through the woods is technically part of Woodhouse Lane and it returns to a metalled surface at the west end of Cherry Lane (at its junction with Firsway) through to the closure of the roadway at its west extremity. To allow unencumbered access to any path through the 'woods', there should be a dropped kerb opposite Firsway to make it cycling permissive. See also https://www.plotaroute.com/route/559784 a potential minor scheme to Sale Firsway to Woodhouse improve surface
  • Icon 96161 Ashfield Road Altrincham Trafford contraflow for cyclists. Warning signs required and road layout change signs required on the traffic flow side. Description: Ashfield Road, off Hale Road/Stamford Park Road, Hale: This is in many ways similar to Harley Road #96157. Ashfield Road is bi-flow from its north end (junction with SPR) to the junction with Elm Road, about 40 metres from it south end junction with Hale Road. That 40 metres is single flow south bound for motor vehicles but northbound cyclists are permitted since there is a dedicated 8m cycling lane from Hale Road. Southbound motorists over that 40m length have no warning to expect oncoming cyclists. There needs to be a sign at the junction with Elm Road to warn motorists of this potential hazard. Ashfield Road is invariably heavy with parked cars and moving vehicles/those waiting to turn onto Hale Road generally occupy the centre of the available road leaving little space for cyclists to pass safely.
  • Icon 96157 Hartley Road Sale Trafford contraflow for cyclists. Warning signs required and road layout change signs required on the traffic flow side. Description: Harley Road, Sale: this road is one way for motor vehicles south bound from Waverley Road to Bridgewater Street. Cyclists travelling north are permitted since there is a dedicated cycling lane for the first 12m from the junction with Bridgewater Street; having cleared that lane southbound vehicles for the next 200 metres have no warning to expect oncoming northbound cyclists. There needs to be a sign at the north end of Harley Road to warn motorists of this potential hazard.
  • Icon 96156 Tatton Place contraflow opportunity for cyclists. "Except Cyclists" sign required underneath. Warning signs required and road layout change signs required on the traffic flow side. This may require a TRO (ideally on an area wide basis) which is a lot easier than you may think: www.cycling-embassy.org.uk/blog/2013/01/08/view-drawing-board-exempting-cyclists-traffic-regulation-orders

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