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Using a couple of planks of wood each 1.5 metres long to illustrate a request for double-yellow lines instead of the car parking bay abutting against the cycle parking. This is to ease access to our front doors. The rest of the car parking ... [more]

Using a couple of planks of wood each 1.5 metres long to illustrate a request for double-yellow lines instead of the car parking bay abutting against the cycle parking. This is to ease access to our front doors. The rest of the car parking ... [more]

This has happened in the last couple of hours I think.

Coming up to Malabar Road, Truro from the Coosebean Greenway.

Coosebean Greenway, Truro, towards Malabar Road

Coosebean Greenway, Truro, looking toward the turn off for Treliske Lane (straight on) and Malabar Road (to the left)

Looking towards Treliske from the Coosebean Greenway, Truro, just after Cornish Crescent.

Green space near Cornish Crescent, Coosebean Greenway, Truro.

Fingerpost sign on the Coosebean Greenway near to Cornish Crescent, Truro.

Bridge on the Coosebean Greenway, Truro

Start of the cycle trail heading towards Malabar.

Looking towards the entrance to the Coosebean Greenway from Coosebean Lane, Truro.

Looking from Hendra Road, Truro towards the Quiet Lane leading to the Coosebean Greenway.

ofo representatives, not doing anything much to tell people about their bike-sharing scheme.

Well, well... the morning after I posted #89287 asking where the north-south cycle route was, a section of kerb was being removed to instal a dropped kerb (presumably).

Garret Hostel Lane

Garret Hostel Bridge A rare shared use path with enough width to cycle comfortably. If the Cambridge News is to be believed the County want to stop allowing people to cycle on it over fears that a tourist will get bumped into the river

New cycle racks in Ross Street. I note there are double yellow lines marked outside the bay.

Singapore public cycle network on a Sunday afternoon. Lots of people, many families, out cycling and many of the bikes are street rental cycles.

Singapore cargo trike

Rickshaw / trishaw in Changi Airport terminal.

Teddington

Some cycle parking at the entrance to this new development

Cycle parking still absent here at this new commercial premises on the ground floor. Was it required and not yet installed, or did the Council forget to require it?

Grafton Centre entrance under re-construction.

Space for queueing taxis on Station Road should be space for cycling - space here for a proper segregated cycleway

Nando's have their cycle parking in their company design

Ofo bike ticketed for not being left in an cycle official parking place at the station

Only dropped kerb by the station, and not in the right place for heading north/south

No dropped (flush) kerb in the desire line for cycling to the cycle park

Misleadingly implies bikes not permitted

Famous sights in Edinburgh including the Scott monument with Princes Street in the background. Waverly station's tastefully repurposed booking office is to the right.

On a bright spring morning an eastbound cyclist on ncr 24 pauses at a commemorative plaque on the parapet of the old railway's over-bridge.

This was parked, not unloading as it went over the 40 minute grace period. Even unloading in a cyclelane is illegal.

Cambridge's Station Square is now more or less open, but some people still can't find the cycle parking.

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Ofo bike at Cambridge station square with front and rear lights. The front light is bolted to the fork and the rear was clamped around the seat post (and was loose).

A O-bike at Padang, Singapore. This one has a front light powered by a dynamo, and just a reflector for the rear. https://www.o.bike/

Obike has front dynamo. https://www.o.bike/

Where's the cycle route? Cambridge's Station Square is more or less open but there's no indication where the north-south route is meant to be.

UPDATE NOV 2013 Trafford are planning to change the gate here at Daresbury Avenue, to another one that should deter motorbikes but will make it easier for people to _walk_ bikes through.finance for this won’t be available 'til the new fin ... [more]

Unused space inside Hatton Cross station could possibly be used for cycle parking.

Very busy cycle racks this early in the morning at Hatton Cross

Cyclists on the Kallang Park Connector should cross the footbridge here - but there's talk of a flashy new spiral bride to cross the river and expressway - http://mothership.sg/2017/03/cyclists-in-spore-please-vote-for-this-spiral-bridge-to ... [more]

Trishaw in Singapore. "Oliver" took us for a ride around the downtown area - mostly off road but a few short bits on the vast highways, which he said are used as the Formula One circuit.

A Mobike minus its front light outside tbe Tanjin entrance to Singapore's botanic gardens.

This was the spot where I saw most cyclists during a brief stay in Singapore, and they were mostly women.

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  • Icon 89324 I have recently moved to N5 1PP in Islington and there are no options to lock my bike near home & my landlord doesn't want them in the flat. We have 4 people all with bikes and need some option either at the end of the street on walls/floors or on out streets on the parking poles. Please help me :)
  • Icon 89308 The hangers in the are are all full, so there is definitely a need. There are at lease 3 people looking to find bike storage in my house.
  • Icon 89293 A dropped kerbs here would be useful. Placed in the middle of the road with cycle icons and painted lines. Provide a gap in the barrier for 2 way cycling to connecting Oakfield Road with Oakfield St and another potential dropped kerb at #89292 and a quiet route avoiding queuing traffic and traffic lights
  • Icon 89292 A dropped kerb here would be useful. Placed in the middle of the road with cycle icons and painted lines. Connects Oakfield Road with Oakfield St and another potential dropped kerb at #89293 and a quiet route avoiding queuing traffic and traffic lights
  • Icon 89286 Currently 3 stands (6 bikes) woefully inadequate (but four reserved car spaces never ever all used at once!) Suggest at least one car space be re-allocated to bike parking.
  • Icon 89263 Parking bays are always empty on street, road is used by learner drivers as it's such a quiet road. Would prove useful for many private and council residents (in block of flats opposite).
  • Icon 89223 Cycle parking needed at Sainsbury's 47A Streatham Hill
  • Icon 89212 Outside Co-op
  • Icon 89211 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 89210 Outside Waitrose
  • Icon 89208 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 89191 I'd like to be able to visit my friend by bike but there is no parking nearby...

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