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The Benalder Street cycle track ends at the Castle Street junction. It is not obvious what is to happen here.

The crossings at the Old Dumbarton Road/Benalder Street junction still await raised carriageways, so these two had to bump the kerb in order to join the cycleway.

The crossings on Old Dumbarton Road still do not have raised carriageways, so continue to hinder cycling across. However, the cycleway is still blocked further along.

The shared footway on Bunhouse Road has been rebuilt, but has not had its dividing line reinstated. The zebra crossing has a random section of tactile paving nearby with no obvious purpose.

The toucan crossing across Argyle Street has been replaced by a pedestrian crossing and a separate cycle crossing. However, the approach is a bit cramped behind a bit of wall.

[Image taken 27.7.21] Museum Street, York. I was behind this driver as he crossed Lendal Bridge. He had also obstructed the other (clearly marked) Keep clear space meaning the island was inaccessible to everyone trying to cross on foot incl ... [more]

[Image taken 27.7.21] Marygate car park, York. (Note: no streetview at this location.) There are light fittings along half of the hoardings only. They were on today but they don’t throw out much light. During 2020 this route was vibrant, ... [more]

[Image taken 27.7.21] Marygate car park, York. (Note: no streetview at this location.) The barricades (there's a second one against the fence in the background), the sandbags (intact and damaged) remain as trip hazards. They are now also at ... [more]

[Image taken 27.7.21] Marygate car park, York. (Note: no streetview at this location.) The only exit/entrance between the car park and the cycle-ped-wheelchair link passing it is blocked. The route through the car park is also used by peopl ... [more]

Footway dug up again, short section of old iron gaspipe removed, other utility ductwork not fairing well. Makes a depressing tale of retrograde progress when seen against https://www.cyclestreets.net/location/170640,171537,172406/

The narrow stone-covered membrane appears to cover a rainwater drainpipe. There's plenty of room outside it for a good wide path from bridge to towpath.

At least this is unambiguous - even if quite tricky to negotiate and not very visible in the dark.

The only (?) info about the diversion anywhere 'on' Fen road - and I doubt if it is visible from the road.

First 'information' about the closure found when heading east. Absolutely nothing to indicate that there's a bypass.

Mill Road without vast amounts of through-traffic

Mill Road without vast amounts of through-traffic

Mill Road

Effective barrier on towpath means no option during the closure to take the shortcut 'after hours'

Towpath closed, diversion open, for work on the link from Chisholm Trail riverbridge to all points west.

The Moot Hall, Aldeburgh.

Aldeburgh

Golf Lane, Aldeburgh

Golf Lane, Aldeburgh near the Red House

Golf Lane, Aldeburgh

Golf Lane, Aldeburgh

Aldeburgh Golf Course Public footpath weaves round the bunkers

Aldeburgh Golf Course Public footpath Route goes between the two white golf balls that I’d waited to be played.

Aldeburgh Golf Course Public footpath

Aldeburgh Golf Course Public footpath

Aldeburgh Golf Course Public footpath

Aldeburgh Golf Course Private Trackway and public footpath on the left.

Aldeburgh Golf Course Private Trackway and public footpath on the left.

Aldeburgh Golf Course Private Trackway

Aldeburgh Golf Course Private Trackway

Cyclist on Saxmundham Road.

I was told that quite a few cyclists are using the Sailor’s Path, but that it’s a bit narrow and sandy in places.

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[Image taken 4.7.21] Marygate car park, York. Since the bam Nuttall hoardings/compound for works at Marygate/Museum Gardens (see: #169467) went up in May 2021, there’s only one pedestrian entrance/exit on this side of the car park and… ... [more]

Could be for the ramp from bridge to towpath, but it doesn't look very wide. Subsequently thought just to be cover on rainwater drainpipe next to the ramp.

Busy fast road out of Aldeburgh with only a narrow footway.

Busy fast road into Aldeburgh, with footway.

Narrow and overhanging briars.

Busy fast road out of Aldeburgh, this grass embankment is the only footway.

Saxmundham Road

Saxmundham Road

Millennium Milepost Countesthorpe This milepost is a McColl type and has a T5/2 disk, it is one of the T5 mileposts found on NCN Route 6 between Leicester and Milton Keynes. This millennium milepost is starting to rust and could do wi ... [more]

Millennium Milepost Arnesby This milepost is a McColl type and has a T5/4 disk, it is one of the T5 mileposts found on NCN Route 6 between Leicester and Milton Keynes. As far as I can tell it has only been painted once and could use a ... [more]

Millennium Milepost Willoughby Waterleys This milepost is a Mills type and has a T5/3 disk, it is one of the T5 mileposts found on NCN Route 6 between Leicester and Milton Keynes. As far as I can tell it is has only been painted once ... [more]

Eezy bike rental www.eezybike.co.uk

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  • Icon 172614 This is the end of a bus lane and opposite the entrance to a secondary school and also a bus stop it is meant to be a shared path for cycles but when people are waiting for the bus particularly after school there is no room for cycles and with it being the end of a bus lane and bus stop it can be extremely busy and cars cut across to go in to two lanes and turn on to Burnthouse lane the amount of cyclists who have been shouted at for using the pavement even though it is shared path is crazy. if the bus lane was extended to the bus stop and then a cycle path on the road to the traffic lights and a crossing at the bottom of Burnthouse lane rather than just across Topsham so that it's safer for cyclists and pedestrians trying to cross would make it at least a little safer
  • Icon 172601 Given Exwick Rd/Buddle Lane is part of E1 cycle route and a major commuting route between residential Exwick/St Thomas and Marsh Barton there should be a segregated cycle route - the busy roads congested and constricted with parked cars on either side often make it feel very unsafe to cycle along
  • Icon 172600 Given Exwick Rd/Buddle Lane is part of E1 cycle route and a major commuting route between residential Exwick/St Thomas and Marsh Barton there should be a segregated cycle route - the busy roads congested and constricted with parked cars on either side often make it feel very unsafe to cycle along
  • Icon 172599 Given Exwick Rd/Buddle Lane is part of E1 cycle route and a major commuting route between residential Exwick/St Thomas and Marsh Barton there should be a segregated cycle route - the busy roads congested and constricted with parked cars on either side often make it feel very unsafe to cycle along
  • Icon 172598 Given Exwick Rd/Buddle Lane is part of E1 cycle route and a major commuting route between residential Exwick/St Thomas and Marsh Barton there should be a segregated cycle route - the busy roads congested and constricted with parked cars on either side often make it feel very unsafe to cycle along
  • Icon 172597 Given Exwick Rd/Buddle Lane is part of E1 cycle route and a major commuting route between residential Exwick/St Thomas and Marsh Barton there should be a segregated cycle route - the busy roads congested and constricted with parked cars on either side often make it feel very unsafe to cycle along
  • Icon 172596 Queens street desperately needs a segregated cycle lane, from the clock tower to Paul st
  • Icon 172595 Very narrow pavement on one side of the road, barely wide enough to walk along (approx 1-2ft) on a very narrow 2-way road.
  • Icon 172594 Very narrow two-way road, often unsafe for cycling
  • Icon 172593 Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg
  • Icon 172592 Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg
  • Icon 172591 Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg

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