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Photo listing : cycleways (infrastructure)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

This listing only shows photos within Bristol.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

New zebra crossing of the cycleway.

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

15 Unsigned Exit From Car Park (651) Part of a sequence of photographs that follows a shared cycling and walking route from Eastagte 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 Eastagte Road to Stapleton Road in Bristol via the IKEA carpark.

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

Under The Brunel Way

Under The M32 02

Baldwin Street Cycle Track With White Line Separation 01

Bristol Chocolate Path In December 2014

Travelling South From Parson Street Along Hartcliffe Way

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

Looking towards Pill inlet

Winterstoke Road cycle path

The Beginning Of Northumberland Road

Path Crossing Path

Cycle Path Surfaces

Cycle Lane Crosses Headley 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)

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

Cycle route by Bristol harbour - routed away from the obvious route due to the hazard of rails embedded in the surface.

Cycle route by Bristol harbour - routed away from the obvious route due to the hazard of rails embedded in the surface.

Cycle route by Bristol Harbour

Bridge on Wapping Road, Bristol - alternating one-way motor (and cycle) traffic on one side, northbound cyclists on the other.

Poor crossing from Gaol Ferry Bridge, Bristol

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

Crossing from Gaol Ferry Bridge, Bristol

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

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

Cycleway

Pathway

Crossing

Alongside the canal

Route from Bristol station

Shared-use path

Queen Square

The A4 Portway cycleway doesn't go through the tunnel like the road does

No space wasted in Bristol! This central reservation is a shared-use footway/cycleway, part of NCN 3.

Segregated cycle track alongside Temple Way (see also #39298)

Pedestrian crossing also has cycle markings, in addition to #39709

Cycle traffic lights and crossing to NCN 3 on Cattle Market Road (leading from #39711)

Poor quality shared use footway on edge of Bristol city centre. Traffic light is for crossing seen in #39709 [Now much improved, see #86319]

River Avon Trail

Two-way segregated cycle track up to College Green

Path through Riverside Park, alongside River Frome

Path away from roundabout underpasses

Narrow underpass under roundabout at motorway junction

Cycleway turns right under railway bridge, with track continuing straight on.

Underpass beneath M49 motorway

Bridge over M5 motorway

Cycle and footway on Avonmouth Bridge, alongside M5 motorway

The path along River Avon at this point has a lumpy tarmac surface, but this gives way to a narrow dirt track at the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Cycle route along the Avon below the Clifton Suspension Bridge

Start of traffic-free route to Filton Abbey Wood

Cycle access ramp / trough to bridge

Cut-through in Clifton Village, Bristol

Bollards at end of Sunnyside, leading from Druid Hill towards Reedly Road

Bollards etc at ends of Wilton Close and Lake Road where they meet Doncaster Road.

Bollards etc at end of Lake Road where it meet Doncaster Road.

Bollards etc at ends of Wilton Close and Lake Road where they meet Doncaster Road.

Bollards with cycle access at end of Felstead Road

The cycle lane alongside the Portway leading south from the junction with Roman Way. This cycle lane is a continuation of one coming from north of the junction and joins with the southbound bus and cycle lane (see nearby photo)

The start of the cycle and bus lane on the Portway. This leads south as far as the junction with Bridge Valley Road.

The cycle lane along Cumberland Basin Road joining the new two-way cycle track to the east and the Portway Cycle Track to the north-west. This is a one-way cycle track (leading north-west) but many cyclists join it riding in the opposite di ... [more]

The western end of the new two-way cycle track along part of Cumberland Basin Road, looking west. from this point on, there is a cycle lane along C.B. Road to join the Portway Cycle Track.

The eastern end of the new two-way cycle track along part of Cumberland Basin Road.

The end of the Portway Cycle Track. You should cross Cumberland Basin Road here and continue on the other side, crossing back on the other side of the overpass to join the new two-way cycle track to near the Pump House pub. De facto, many c ... [more]

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

Riverside cycle path through Castle Park, Bristol

Shared-use cycle route to Avonmouth (below the Clifton Suspension Bridge), close to heavy traffic on the A4.

Shared-use cycle route on south side of Hotwell Road past Howard Lock (blocked by road works).

Cycle track across College Green, Bristol

Pero's Bridge, Bristol (named for an 18th-century slave - the horns are counterweights for lifting the bridge).

Merchants' Quay, Bristol - cycling tolerated rather than permitted, I think.

Bathurst Parade, Bristol - the bridge is not really wide enough for cycling

The bendy bridge, Bristol

The Dings Railway Path, Bristol

Start of The Dings Railway Bath, Bristol

Good quality links to the Bristol & Bath Railway Path

Bristol & Bath Railway Path, here beside an occasionally active bit of railway

Western end of the Bristol & Bath Railway Path - Twisted Arch installed in November 2007.

Cycle route from Fremantle Square, Bristol - according to the painted lines it's one-way uphill (wrong, of course) - and why are the signs at giraffe height?

cycle route to Montpellier station, Bristol

Harbour Railway bridge Location: Ashton Gate, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

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