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A dead end for cars, perhaps, but not for cyclists.

Please can you put one at Rudall Crescent NW3 1RR? We have none. Thanks.

Please can you put one at Rudall Crescent NW3 1RR? We have none. Thanks.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

no available cycle parking nearby

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

There is no on-street parking on this or surrounding street - many bikes chained to poles. Parking sign poles need loops fitted, or some Sheffield stands in front of the church, or Bikehangar by removing parking space

Please put back the two stands that were here until recently (removed as part of pavement refurbishment?). Needed for local offices etc

Disabled tricycle - I have brought a disabled tricycle but it’s very wide and very different for me to take inside my home flat a 4 Parliment hill NW3 2sy. It is also plain full as I have 7 steps to the front door. Please can I leave it o ... [more]

There is a desperate need to have covered cycle parking. I suggest using Cyclehoop bikehangars for this location as it is ideally placed and space availble on the footpath as it is overly large in this location.

Through route needed for cycling

Sudden end of cycleway - this obstruction has been here for so long that it's visible on the satellite imagery.

Many of our employees cycle to work. Others want to but there is not sufficient cycle parking provision. New cycle racks would improve the street front and help us reach our ecology goals!

This is a mixed residential and commercial area, with only a single stand. There are many cyclists in the area in need of cycle parking

This is a quiet residential street with plenty of parking space, so could easily do with a bike hangar or other bike parking options without being disruptive to neighbours

Not all loading is essential*. Clerkenwell Rd needs kerb-protected bike tracks. Paint doesn’t work. *(London officially has the tastiest tap water in the world). https://t.co/xChTttRZEA

Need cycle parking here for residents and visitors. There are so many car parks but none for bikes!

A bike hangar would enable local residents living above shops/ commercial properties to keep bikes in sheltered conditions.

I see from my diversionary route this morning that CS6, open for [checks notes] 8 weeks, is holding up about as well as can be expected in these parts... https://t.co/V1qLJhX0Gi

Cycle parking needed here.

Many people in this area need safe, overnight cycle storage, e.g. cyclehoop. Camden council has prioritised other parts of Camden, though it is needed here.

Many people in this area need safe, overnight cycle storage, e.g. cyclehoop. Camden council has prioritised other parts of Camden, though it is needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

Why? Just why would anyone think that was a suitable parking place for a motorbike?

Why can't developers use the standard signs for cycle routes rather than always having to invent their own?

All these new architectural statements at St Pancras and we're left with a busy one-way road and poor cycle parking - a real statement woukd have been a two-way segregated cycleway.

All these new architectural statements at St Pancras and we're left with a busy one-way road and poor cycle parking - a real statement woukd have been a two-way segregated cycleway.

I don't know how this is supposed to work, with the eastbound cycle lane on the wrong side of the road.

No excuse at all - this London taxi just drove through the ASL to stop on the white line for cyclists.

Pavements are for parking in Hampstead https://t.co/R7rWHUTqVR

Cycle parking needed here.

No other parking available

There is space for more provision here next to the 2 existing sheffield stands and they would be handy for people visiting the natural park and granary square

There's now a great plaza at the north side of the British Museum, which would be ideal for ranks of cycle stands.

Park on Broadhurst Gardens

Shops and business on south side of the street need some cycle stands

Cycle parking needed here.

There are no stands around the area, even though it's near a junction of a couple of cycling routes. There's a shop and an ATM, where cyclists stop and need a rack.

There’s a lot of need for bike parking in Primrose Hill. Every other house has a bike or two chained to the railings.

secure bike shelter needed

This is a parking lot on the Camden Council owned property of the Ellerton Building, and there are unused parking spots or parts of parking spots that could be used for bicycle storage.

This queue for the lift at St Pancras took almost 10 minutes to get through.

Cycle parking needed here.

Typical car-centric signage - it's still a through route, just not for motor vehicles

Many residents would like to bike but nowhere to park bikes! anywhere near this corner would help many people.

King's Cross - cycle parking outside station close to Pancras Road. Existing parking provision totally inadequate and leading to bikes being damaged. What are your plans to increase the amount of cycle parking in this area? Thanks

Cycle parking needed here.

Cycle parking needed here.

No secure space in the area

The Royal College of Physicians has placed this gate blocking access even though both sides are publicly accesible

Large area of pavement right outside of CoCo or directly in front of the station

Cycle parking needed here.

I am one of the volunteers at AGE Concern Camden Charity shop who ride to the shop each week to volunteer our time. 35 Camden High Street (Mornington Tce end). We need cycle parking poles near the charity shop. WHY is there a lack of cycle ... [more]

Plenty of room for the odd cycle stand at the Jewish Museum.

Large area of newly tarted-up public space with not a single cycle stand.

At the far end it looks as if cyclists are being directed through this private estate, but this end is clearly unsuitable.

Is this a cycle lane, or are cyclists supposed to be on the carriageway where the cycle image is?

On-road cycle lane - but there's no easy obvious access from the Goldington Crescent cycle route.

It looks as if cyclists are being routed through this private estate - some mistake I think

Cycle parking needed here.

All of Kentish Town Road and Fortess Road, Tufnell Park to Camden is the worst road in a 10mile commute, illegal parking/ loading, UPS van convoys morning and evening, no enforcement of ASLs, too much traffic

There is cycle parking at this location, but it is regularly full with a lot of "unofficial" parking on lampposts, railings, etc. There is space for more Sheffield stands.

Cycle parking needed here.

Mens swimming pond and for people wanting to go for walk on heath

Maiden Lane Estate is owned by Camden Council and private landlords. There is no cycle storage or cycle rack facility and there are plenty of cyclists living there.

Maiden Lane Estate doesn't currently have any cycling racks. There are plenty of cyclists in the estate and Camden Council hasn't provided any sheltered or non-sheltered cycling storage facility. We are in desperate need of cycle racks as t ... [more]

I cannot find any good secure bicycle parking in the King's Cross St Pancras area. There is a need for parking with controlled access and CCTV.

Awkward merge from a protected lane into a busy traffic lane.

There are a number of posts here that you could attach a Cyclehoop or alternatively space for a few bike stands

There is no safe or sheltered bike stands in the area, leading to a lot of stolen bikes. But there is plenty of space in Belsize Village for storage on the pavement or street with wide spaces. The majority of local residents live in conver ... [more]

Locked gate blocking access to cycle parking (luckily there's a way around to the right)

Cycle parking needed here.

They're quite few pubs in this area with nowhere to park at all that I could find. The pavement in front of The George pub is quite wide and could easily host few bike racks.

There are many bikes locked to trees and lampposts around here, instead of locking up two wheels.

Hardly any spaces on Hatton Garden - most people use lampposts. This put me off cycling to work as frequently as I could do

There is nothing to lock bikes against near there and every one is locking their bikes to garden fences, angrying local residences. It is a high density residential place with some offices which really needs more parking.

There is no where to park in the whole street. Also in fortune green park there is a school and the cemetery but no where to park. Thanks my preference is in Agamemnon road but something near at least would be important

Regents Park - stll anti-cycling.

The Royal College of Physicians - another health-related institution that's far more interested in driving than in cycling - there are a few barely visible cycle stands below some steps.

The Royal College of Physicians - another health-related institution that's far more interested in driving than in cycling - there are a few barely visible cycle stands below some steps.

The Royal College of Physicians - another health-related institution that's far more interested in driving than in cycling.

A smattering of cycle park on this side of King's Cross station. These racks have more bikes attached than as designed. In the distance the railing at the taxi rank has many bikes attached.

This area of Camden Road needs several cycle stands on the East side of the road for the businesses on that side. There is a wide pavement here that would accommodate them nicely. The stands at Camden Road station are often full, the road i ... [more]

A very restrictive chicane on Great Turnstile

Cycle parking at platform 0 at King's Cross - not enough of it

Great example of when never to enter an ASL - little space next to a vehicle turning in your path. Best to wait behind.

Additional cctv

A walker, marooned in the midst of a poor urban environment, laments the lack of attention given to footway users.

Why bus lanes are not cycle infrastructure, part 1652. (Rosebery Ave, Camden.) http://t.co/TXBtygAh7k

Queues of cyclists not cars. Should be 2/3 cycle lane and 1/3 cars. http://t.co/ZNUaN0LCaT

There is one new stand but it's nowhere near enough.

Pointless bit of white paint in an area with plenty of space for cycle tracks

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