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The Redway system in Milton Keynes.

Irony of closing a redway with bikes used to promote a development.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Euston Road with bus and cycle lanes.

Bus and cycle lanes opposite St Pancras.

Night lighting near the observatory.

Introducing our new cycling track in Kenton Recreation Ground, Harrow, officially opening on Saturday! With thanks to @CKContractors,@harrow_council, The London Marathon Charitable Trust, @BritishCycling @Sport_England, Places To Ride, @DCM ... [more]

A ride along ncr 2 from Puncknowle ends up at Seaton's tramway station. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seaton_Tramway

Cycle bridge, Haarlem

One-way cycleway into Haarlem

Cycleway switching to a service road (one-way for motor vehicles, two-way for cycles)

Cycle parking at Heemstede-Aerdenhout station

The Dutch aren't perfect - obstructed cycle lane

Start of cut-off to Zandvoort and the beach

Unusually, this slightly narrow, curving, up-and-down path is a two-way cycleway.

Route into the Leyduin forest

Nodal point 76 - and an annoying pair of lycra road cyclists rushing past.

Very Dutch - two wide advisory cycle lanes and one lane for motor vehicles, which have to carefully move into the cycle lanes to pass.

Nodal point 16 between Leiden and Haarlem

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On the BMX track in Abbey, Cambridge

Nodal point 48 according to OpenCycleMap, but 68 according to some more local scheme (there's an official 68 close to #153995)

Sign for a passing place on this largely traffic-calmed road, the Leidseweg.

A busy cycle route crosses the main road here but everyone seems to manage fine without traffic lights.

Modal filter on this largely traffic-calmed road, the Leidseweg.

Route signs on this largely traffic-calmed road, the Leidseweg - turn right across the bridge then left

There are some extra nodal points (not shown on OpenCycleMap) on this largely traffic-calmed road, the Leidseweg.

The most direct route from Leiden to Haarlem, bypassing most villages is actually on this largely traffic-calmed road, the Leidseweg.

Diversion of cycleway, Leiden

Nodal point 67, north of Leiden

Canalside cycleway and underpass north of Leiden

Cycleway and windmill north of Leiden

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  • Icon 154057 Traffic travels very fast up to 60mph. pedestrians and dog walkers need access to public footpath but no footpath from village sign at village end of greetwel road
  • Icon 154056 The pavement from the end of Hinckley to The start of Barwell village is extremely narrow and when walkers and cyclists are using it there is no space to walk or cycle at a safe distance from the person you are passing. There is a huge grass verge between the path and Ashby Road which could be used to widen the path as well as make a cycle lane. The path from the Ashby Road crossroads into Barwell village on Hinckley Road desperately needs widening, this would require taking away the hedge boundary of the farmland? This is a necessity even without Covid for the safety of the public who use this route for walking, running and cycling, and could encourage more people outdoors and improve public health and well being.
  • Icon 154055 Many residents in my street are in favour of cycle hangars and the number is increasing.
  • Icon 154054 A lot of people on holmdene Avenue would like bike storage which would ease pressure on driving/owning car
  • Icon 154053 There are lots of neighbours on the street who would like on street parking (e.g. cycle hoop hangars) as the houses/flats aren't conducive to bike storage.
  • Icon 154050 This is a straight back road into the village. It connects with a lot of public footpaths. A path is required for the safety of villagers who use this road for walking.
  • Icon 154027 Traffic travels very fast up to 60mph. Pedestrians and dog walkers need access to public footpath but no footpath from village sign at village end of Greetwell Road
  • Icon 154025 Leave this road alone.
  • Icon 154024 Cycle lane needed the length of St Peter's Park Rd
  • Icon 154023 Contraflow for cyclists needed along Lawn Rd
  • Icon 154022 Contraflow for cyclists needed from Lawn Rd to the station
  • Icon 153971 Resurface this path through the park

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