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Photo listing : road environments (infrastructure)

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

Sir John's Lane at top of Lindsay Road

Entrance to Purdown at top of Nevinson Place

Route off Romney Ave over Purdown towards Fairfield High School

Crossing big roads in Bristol

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

Skirt guard. The old Police station in Bristol.

A disappointing route for cycling.

No thru then no entry

Baldwin Street Cycle Track Crosses Queen Charlotte Street 01

NCN 4 (Downs Way) Crosses Station Road Henbury

Curiosity near Parson Street Station

Stokes Croft Cycling

Colston Hill

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

Road closure at Bathurst Basin, Bristol

Cycle lane from Gaol Ferry Bridge, Bristol - in the other direction there's a shared-use footway.

Crossing of sorts at the north end of Gaol Ferry Bridge, Bristol

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


Broad Weir

Alongside the canal

Contraflow cycle lane in Nelson St, Bristol

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

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

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

"Shared space" at The Dings, looking very much like a car park

End of segregated cycle track (see #39297), becoming advisory cycle lane at bus stop

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!

View on Penn Street into Lower Castle Street. No idea where the diversion is to. Mid-road cycle track allows cyclists from Castlemead (on left) to proceed along Broad Weir (on right).

Pedestrian precinct where cycling is permitted

Bus gate and contraflow cycle lane

Contraflow mandatory cycle lane, with sign explaining the concept for motorists

Contraflow advisory cycle lane, with sign explaining the concept for motorists

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

Temple Gate - NCN 3. Interesting cycle facility at the traffic signals there.

Cyclists Dismount sign at pedestrian crossing

Cycle way crosses dual carriageway at ordinary pedestrian crossing rather than toucan

A choice of routes on St Philips Causeway: on left cycle path goes to retail park and Feeder Road, main road goes across canal and railway to points further north

Road under narrow railway bridge shut off to motor vehicles but pedestrians and cyclists still allowed through

No Through Road except cycles, leading to cycle track across College Green.

Road crossing next to Castle Park in Bristol city centre

Toucan crossings across three carriageways

River Street is a "shared space"

Cycle route follows Wellington Road alongside River Frome

The Concorde Way takes a right turn from Mina Road onto roundabout paths at this motorway junction

This on-road section of Concorde Way goes through this tunnel on Mina Road

Toucan crossing across Muller Road, with widened footways with dropped kerbs at the ends for cyclists continuing along main road.

Cycles all over the place!

Cycle lane and Advance Stop Line on Portway

NCN 41 goes through a car park before crossing the Harbour Railway bridge

The roadway over Prince's Bridge has been divided into two two-way sections, one for motor vehicles controlled by traffic signals, the other for cyclists and pedestrians.

Contaflow cycle lane on Tower Hill

Traffic calming in North Bristol

Turn right here on the North Bristol cycle route to Filton Abbey Wood

Bristol University Location: West End, Bristol (England, United Kingdom) Wills Memorial Building, part of the University of Bristol.

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