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The entrance to the towpath from Fen Road is unwelcoming.

The link between the River Cam Towpath and Fen Road is a narrow gap.

No cycle parking at the Tacoma Amtrak station (moving soon to the Sounder station at Tacoma Dome)

Plenty of cycle space on the free Tacoma Link streetcar.

Cycle provision on the free Tacoma Link streetcar.

Steps to the Prairie Line Trail and the University of Washington Tacoma campus - no reason why there couldn't be ramped access.

Steps at the Museum of Glass, Tacoma - no reason why there couldn't be a ramp.

The Chihuly Bridge of Glass, Tacoma WA - no provision for cycling, though it could be a useful link.

The Chihuly Bridge of Glass, Tacoma WA - no provision for cycling, though it could be a useful link.

The Prairie Line Trail through the University of Washington Tacoma campus.

Statrt of the Prairie Line Trail through the University of Washington Tacoma campus

Cycle lane on the 11th Street bridge, Tacoma WA

Bike lane on the 11th Street bridge, Tacoma WA

Ah - that's what sharrow means - shared lane arrow!

No treatment of #SWCW yet, although mini-gritter was on pavement of St Andrews Rd as I passed. Will check on way home tonight. https://t.co/saBTHNxLdG

A cycle track has opened on the 2.75 mile bridge across Lake Washington, Seattle

Parents Parking in Advisory Cycle Lane

I hadn't noticed this till last Saturday. One bike pump and tools.

Ofo bike in Thoday Street

Shropshire Union Canal and ramp to Tarvin Road, Chester

Tarvin Road, Chester, England

Shropshire Union canal, Chester, near Egerton Street

Northgate Lock sign By the Shropshire Union canal as it passes under St Martin's Viaduct, Chester, England

Chirk Aqueduct and Tunnel, No 23, Llangollen Canal.

Broadheath near Aldi . Path to avoid congested road to Aldi . An improved harder surface would help. Route mainly off road is shown here. www.plotaroute.com/route/547055

Broadheath near Aldi . Path to avoid congested road to Aldi . Dropped kerbs will help.. Route mainly off road is shown here. https://www.plotaroute.com/route/547055

Broadheath off Sinderland Road.Temporary path is better than the original https://www.cyclestreets.net/location/53626/ . Would be good if McGoff can lay temporary path over old railway line see https://www.cyclestreets.net/location/53625/ ... [more]

New cycle bridge to the Johnson Street bridge in Victoria BC

Is this telling cyclists to take the lane?

ASL on the new approach to the Johnson Street bridge in Victoria BC

Cycle lanes on the Esquimalt Road, Victoria BC

New cycle bridge to the Johnson Street bridge in Victoria BC

Trail signs

Old (right) and new Johnson Street bridges in Victoria BC

Disused railway bridge and new cycle bridge to the new Johnson Street bridge in Victoria BC

Shared-use route beside the closed railway, Victoria BC

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This is a cycle parking area with only a few stands. A truck load of mobikes are being dropped off. Most of the bikes are rental bikes from ofo, mobike and bluegogo and a chinese named one.

An official tidies the hire bikes.

Ofo bike detail of the combination lock and rear hub.

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).

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

Some kind of Ofo delivery going on

Cherry Hinton High Street

Excited to see this new @ofo_bicycleUK cycle parking adding to capacity at Long Road College @cyclelandcam @camcycle @GreaterCambs @LR6FC https://t.co/eI1MpUc2ci

Healthy competition: proof of the success of the concept?

Katrina tests an Ofo bike in Shenzhen. As westerners we found it very difficult to rent these bikes. App and websites are in Chinese and even then there is the task of payment which was complicated to figure out, or could be done via we ... [more]

Shenzhen ofo bike.

Sale Trafford nr Manchester Multiple obstructions. Dropped kerbs and a smoother wider path here please to connect to good path to Altrincham and Sale. The post with the sign here could easily be relocated nearby - there are 2 posts with no ... [more]

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  • Icon 95631 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95630 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95629 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95628 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95627 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95626 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95625 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95624 There have been thefts from carmelite street, this get's low pedestrian traffic whereas John Carpenter Street is well populated and has 2 major office entrances. JC Street has ample space as half the road is closed to vehicles and would offer greater security to cyclists.
  • Icon 95623 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95622 Currently there are 6 Sheffield stands on Carmelite Street. However is it not atypical for these to have 4 bikes tied up at one time, and this number grows exponentially in the summer when the whole of the building is surrounded by bikes tied to the railings. In addition to this, there have been a number of thefts at said location even though there are office windows looking out into the street on street level. Furthermore, there is also a CCTV camera at 50 Carmelite House but this is angled in a position which does not capture the bike rack and as such nothing can be done to apprehend those which are steeling these bicycles. At John Carpenter House alone there are over 600 staff with many of us cycling to work year round, as such having a bike rank in front of our office would greatly improve our ability to feel safe when bringing cycling into work.
  • Icon 95616 Altrincham - Dunham Road to Racefield Road and Groby Road dropped kerbs required to allow cyclists to avoid busy Dunham Road and a route to/from John Leigh Park
  • Icon 95614 A park used heavily but no facility for bike parking

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