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Photo listing : road environments

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There's a raised section of road but no other help for people wanting to cross Guilford Street here.

New right-hook arrangement at the British Library crossroads

Cycle routes past the Francis Crick Institute

Right turn for cyclists

Long queue of taxis for the Kings Cross/St Pancras rank - and No Motorised Vehicles sign ('except taxis' plaque missing?)

Exemption

Charlotte Street

Enter this road on the wrong side.

No right turn, with no exemption for cycling.

Cycles are exempted from no right turn here

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.

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

British transport policy in paint: https://t.co/RClSqCexwb Also on Mapillary where you can see it has changed: https://www.mapillary.com/app/?pKey=M8HbN-IKPcOxlu2LBMlu_Q

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

In London for a wedding. View of a slightly famous landmark from my room window. https://t.co/fJOkt8jWOW

Traffic-calmed area

Traffic-calmed area

Gilbert Place

Traffic calming in Somers Town - not closed to motor vehicles, but still improving the environment for cyclists.

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.

No exception for cycling at the short one-way section of Hatton Garden at its junction with Holborn / Charterhouse Street. But cyclists can proceed via the discretely marked pavement cycleway on the left which goes round the corner to th ... [more]

Laystall Steet

Little Russell Street

Clerkenwell Road

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

Bus lane

Cycle markings on this useful route parallel to the Euston Road

Hadn't realised that London buses have a number of some kind on top

This gate is sometimes left ajar allowing a short cut.

Crossing

Locked gate

Locked gate

Locked gate

Near King's Cross

Turning right, Lincoln's Inn Fields

Lamb's Conduit Street

Guildford Street, turning into Lamb's Conduit Street

A pinch point in this very traffic calmed area between Euston and St. Pancras stations.

Filtered permeability in this very traffic calmed area between Euston and St. Pancras stations.

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

This sharrow for oncoming cyclists is outside the car parking, almost in the middle of the road. It is a bit hard to see in the harsh mid-September daylight.

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

Immense queues of taxis for Kings Cross, to the left, and St Pancras, to the right.

Immense queues of taxis for Kings Cross, to the left, and St Pancras (going under the bridge ahead).

Road closed for a street party!

Caution Vehicles Crossing sign - there's a zebra crossing for pedestrians but no help for cyclists.

Cycle Counter on Royal College St

Crossing

Cycle contraflow on route to Kings Cross

Cycle contraflow and bike stands

No Entry Except Cycles signs would be better here

This is why cyclists protested tonight. Thank you, London, for showing you care. Time for change. #Space4Cycling http://t.co/x6QIvn81Uc

Space for Cycling Protest Ride

A huge, gut-felt roar as #space4cycling reaches the crash site in Holborn. Can you hear us now, @MayorofLondon ? http://t.co/FIv6f8h8D6

Police ticketing people using Vernon Place bus lane, forcing them to use High Holborn. 2 weeks ago. http://t.co/xwD4vpaV2E by @London_Phill

Road closure with cycles exempted

A traffic-calming measure to reduce speed and rat-running, motor vehicles have to slow to a crawl to negotiate the link between the two roads, but not a problem to get through on a bike.

It's astonishing that there's no crossing for pedestrians and cycles here between the main entrances to Kings Cross and St Pancras stations - it's all about taxis here.

Nice cut-through

Permeable housing estate

Permeable housing estate

Bedford Square, Bloomsbury.

Odd to have rising bollards on a dead-end street (leading to a flight of steps only)

Link by college

Seaford Street contraflow cycling.

Harrison Street

Eastbound contraflow down High Holborn comes to sudden end, diverting down side street, preventing direct journey

Brunswick roundabout from south

Brunswick roundabout from Hunter Street

No room for cycles at this newly designed junction

No room for cycles at this newly designed junction

Problem for cycles : immense width of junction

Junction much too wide. Risks for right turning cycles

The new layout at Byng Place (University of London)

The new layout at Byng Place (University of London)

Traffic restriction on Whidbourne Street makes for good cycle route (note the cool delivery bike parked by the railings)

Scooter parking, secured to a lifting shackle.

Excellent big white cycle markings on Argyle Street remind motorists that this is a two-way street for cycling.

Excellent big white cycle markings on Argyle Street remind motorists that this is a two-way street for cycling.

At this junction the one-way bit of York Way becomes two-way - with the head-on lanes flowing into the side street.

Minimal infrastructure required for this cycle contraflow.

Entry to contraflow cycle lane

The bus-only lane that made cyclists go around three sides of Russell Square has gone.

Ghost bike

Approach to the Tavistock Square cycleway.

Bloomsbury Boris Bikes Build-out

Boris bike racks near the British Museum.

Turning right on route 6a

Turning right onto Euston street. Then turn left to continue on cycle route 6.

Lanes before intersection on Midland Road near St. Pancras

Boris bikes and a cycle cut-through.

The buses-only (no cycling, in theory) route on the east side of Russell Square is being removed.

ASL, recumbent, cycle stand - and a Cyclists Dismount sign at roadworks to rear.

No cycling

Crossing from Agar Grove to St Augustine's Road

Not a nice place to cycle - space for cycling needed, though ASL is good

Not a nice place to cycle - space for cycling needed

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