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Photo listing : cycleways (problem)

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LNER need to make their Azumas able to easily take tandem bicycles so disabled people are not discrimintated against when they ride with thier partners. The old trains allowed us to reach cities on your route and we no longer can, bad for ... [more]

Segregated cycle lane on these slip roads is needed. Currently very unsafe for cyclists.

The new road layout allows no easy access to Endell Street from the end of Gower Street for cyclists - a very common connection which hooks up to Quietway1

This cycleway has never been working leading to confusion for pedestrians crossing Howland Street.

It would be a great help to cyclists for a north south artery through this large green space

It would be a great help to cyclists for a north south artery through this large green space

Divert cyclists up green hill due to heavy congestion of traffic but make green hill one way down onto Roslyn hill

No space for cyclists moving to and from junction causing silly close passes and overtakes on a heavy pedestrian area due to school and shops

Better signage

Enable cyclists to leave early from traffic lights here, particularly in the down hill sections which get very narrow down Heath street and east Heath rd

A502 pavement is wide enough for segregated cycle lane to continue directly to junction advance stop lines

Make one way with priority cycleway for cyclists to rejoin east Heath road at the junction with an appropriate advance stop

Holford place is no entry from Cannon place but still multi direction traffic. Make one way down hill apart from cycle traffic up hill enabling them to rejoin east Heath road at the top

Advance stop lines for cyclists due to busy road and steep hills at this junction

East Heath Rd too dark, narrow, busy & steep for amateur cyclists. Alternative route through Willow Rd / Christchurch Hill needs signage for access to and from Hampstead Overground

Not easy for cyclists going Highgate direction to access cycle lane as they have to cross right over traffic

Advance stop lines for cyclists and assistance filtering. Very hilly and difficult area for cyclists to navigate up Heath Street / Roslyn Hill

Increase lighting through the dark wooded section of the road as cyclists go slow up the hill and often not seen by traffic

Create a segregated dual ways cycle way on Iverson Road and make Iverson Road one way trafic only East to West. This road is a real rat run and could easily accomodate a segregated cycle way linking West End Lane and Kilburn High Road. A se ... [more]

Cycle route on Avenue Road please!

Narrow rat-run enabled only by squeezing pavement space. As an alternative to complete closure, could be one-way only to cars, with a cycle contraflow, allowing parked cars to be moved off the pavement and fully onto the road

The junction of High Holborn and Proctor Street (westbound, outside Pret) always feels very dangerous. There's no ASL and because of the island you wouldn't be able to get to it anyway. This makes it very dangerous if you want to get across ... [more]

Needs a cycle lane, probably should be one way, always closed anyway for gas repairs or broadband anyway might as well make it permanent

This junction is an absolute death trap as Avenue Road cycling path ends suddenly

Cycleway along Maygrove Road to continue the Quietway coming from Christchurch Avenue. Reduce Motorised Traffic usage of Maygrove. It has become a serious rat run.

Seggregated cycle provision in both directions linking Angel and Regents Park. Road is wide enough.

Excellent cycle lane on Royal College Street ends abruptly at Kentish Town Road. This should be extended northwards towards Archway, replacing on-street parking.

Cyclists on the canal path have to dismount and walk through Camden Market, which is often very busy.

Needs contraflow cycle lane just like the rest of the neighbourhood

Cycleway needed on Kentish Town road please!

Parking on the street and bus lanes means it's difficult for cyclists to safely position themselves. Plus lanes changing between 3 and 2 between traffic lights etc. Dedicated cycle lane would make a realy difference.

A5 needs designated cycle lanes - direct route to central London. So many bicycles among buses and cars. Even during the lockdown at least car accidents risk cyclists's health and safety.

A5 needs designated cycle lanes - direct route to central London. So many bicycles among buses and cars. Even during the lockdown at least car accidents risk cyclists's health and safety.

Reduce right turn traffic to 1 lane and put in a cycle lane with an advance release light

Restore the cycle lane that has been lost by widening the pavement - take space from the road

Create a segregated cycle at down parkway, with the current pavement measures at one end, traffic backs up. There is no space for traffic people and cyclists to pass

Why is the cyclelane on the wrong side of the road

Space for a proper cycleway here.

More space for cycling needed.

There's a cycleway into this closed-off road but not out - a wasted opportunity.

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

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

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

Road Closed to Motor Vehicles during market hours - so why does the gate totally block cycling too?

Insanity - if I want to turn left I have to cross oncoming traffic and then cross back? It's vital to stick to the most basic rules, such as Keep Left (if cars have to change sides a flyover is built).

Bridge over the Regent's Canal - no cycling

This gate has always been locked closed on the times I've encountered it.

Poor road surface on LCN+ Route 0, a major cycle route in Camden

Dropped kerbs needed to make this much use to cyclists.

One of the more insane features of the Seven Stations Route, clearly engineered by non-cyclists with no understanding of human nature.

For some insane reason cyclists are expected to switch sides here, ie to ride on the right, not the left.

'Cyclists Dismount Here' and go where? teleport? The sign actually means 'Cyclists We Wash Our Hands Of You' [on the always awful Seven Stations Route]

New arrangements for the taxi rank between Kings Cross and St Pancras stations - a laughable amount of space for cyclists arriving at platforms 9-11 at Kings Cross.

New arrangements for the taxi rank between Kings Cross and St Pancras stations - a laughable amount of space for cyclists arriving at platforms 9-11 at Kings Cross.

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