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Queen Square, Bristol

Shared use cycleway on the south side of Queen Square, Bristol.

The Grove, Bristol near the Hole in the Wall pub. Men would use the hole to escape press gangs.

Cycle route from Bristol Temple Meads station into the centre.

Zebra crossing just off the exit from Redcliffe Way roundabout.

Deep inset to crossing point of Redcliffe Mead Lane, off Redcliffe Way, Bristol.

Cattlemarket Road under Bristol Temple Meads railway station. Clean air zone ends.

Bath Road, A4 Bristol

Bath Road, A4 Bristol

Bristol Temple Meads Railway bridge over the River Avon - with a fading Intercity graphic.

Central Bristol Clean Air Zone Now Live Charges May Apply

Shamefully narrow shared use path Bath Road, Bristol.

Narrow shared use footway on Bath Road, Bristol.

A4 Bath Road, Bristol

A view you don't see from the A4 Bath Road bridge unless you are very tall.

Shamefully narrow shared footway on Bath Road, Bristol

Bath Road, Bristol

Bath Road, Bristol

Toucan crossing of half of Bath Road, Bristol

Toucan crossing of York Road, Bristol

The driver of the white car has turned across the the path of the cyclist to turn left. (See previous photo #188552). That is because roundabouts are about capacity not safety.

Racetrack, the cyclist in the straight on & left turn lane gets overtaken by the driver of the white car in the straight on lane (see next photo #188553).

Cyclist on the big roundabout near Bristol Temple Meads.

Narrow footway with a chicane created by cycle parking and seating creating awkward manoeuvres like this.

Narrow footway with a chicane created by cycle parking and seating. This creates an awkward manoeuvre which can be seen in action in the next photo at #188550.

The wide cycleway #188547 behind the camera becomes this narrow footway with a chicane at the end created by cycle parking and seating.

Temple Gate, Bristol where cyclists who've survive the three lane A4 / A370 roundabout can escape the motorway with a dropped kerb onto a cycleway.

The wide cycleway behind the camera becomes this narrow footway with a chicane at the end created by cycle parking and seating.

Temple Gate, Bristol

Temple Gate, Bristol

Ambition, aspiration

Zebra crossing

Wayfinding map panel, Bristol

Bathhurst Lock swing bridge

The Grove, Bristol

Mud Dock - cycle shop / café

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Slow charity riders with a queue of motor vehicles following - I think the DIY safety car (don't they usually have flashing yellow lights?) may actually have made things worse, by making it harder to overtake.

King Street, Bristol with its cobblestones and a home made Long John style cargo bike.

Christmas Steps, Bristol

Small Street, Bristol Seems to be a one-way street judging by the arrow sign on the right despite some kind of cycle lane marking in the foreground.

King Street, Bristol

A new (not even open) cycleway alongside Pinkston Road, approaching its end before the railway bridge.

A new (not even open) cycleway alongside Pinkston Road, without priority crossing a side road.

A new (not even open) cycleway alongside Pinkston Road, at junction with Sighthill Avenue.

A new (not even open) cycleway alongside Pinkston Road, without priority crossing a side road.

The latest on the Sighthill Bridge construction site.

Stokes Croft, Bristol

cycle route to Montpelier station, Bristol

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  • Icon 188525 No cycle path between Boughton under Blean to Faversham station. Road is too narrow for cars/ lorries and push bikes
  • Icon 188524 Inquest hears drivers claim the teenage cyclist 'should have been on the footpath'. https://road.cc/content/news/teenage-cyclist-killed-should-have-been-footpath-297813
  • Icon 188286 This section is a dirt track which is frequently muddy and full of large puddles. It also has no lighting at all, making it undesirable to use when dark. Repairing the holes & ruts in the path and resurfacing are a must. Adding lighting too would be even better.
  • Icon 188276 The footpath here could be improved and maintained to create an alternative route between Greatstone and New Romney avoiding traffic. The route could be shared between cyclists and pedestrians. Currently it is only useable in dry weather.
  • Icon 188200 The cyclepath route goes out onto the road to the The Pyewipe then under the bridge, through The Pyewipe Car Park before rejoining the river bank. A Cyclepath needs to be established directly along the bank to join this section of cycleway to the one on the other side of The Pyewipe.
  • Icon 188199 This is a very good cycle route into town but gets very busy. The path needs to be wider and the verges cut back more in summer.
  • Icon 188198 Cycleway at the end of Foss Bank is diverted onto Carholme to avoid this narrow section of footpath. Please remove obstructions on this path and widen.
  • Icon 188197 Moving bollards outside King's College, London on Strand: https://twitter.com/WorldBollard/status/1598245522909065218?s=20&t=AO3olfVhfvtxkEJwwY8XSg
  • Icon 188182 "There are reports of heavy traffic in the Bedminster area of Bristol following a crash involving a Land Rover and a wall." https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/live-bristol-traffic-crash-bedminster-7878883 https://twitter.com/David_on_a_bike/status/1597930057602842625?s=20&t=cjwi5lR3Wq_qUrOnMbdNlg
  • Icon 188108 Upgrade footpath to segregated cycleway, either through ASDA car park or Holmers Lane, up to Cressex Link rd.
  • Icon 188106 Main cycle route between Cressex and Marlow should go up through Marlow Bottom Valley. Start at bottom of Ragmans Lane/Marlow Bottom and widen footpath to make into cycleway to underpass at Asda.
  • Icon 188105 This path is always overgrown with brambles and now has large cracks in. Again I have reported to the council but they are supposedly not at intervention level despite them being wide enough for a road bike wheel to get stuck.

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