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Direct link to York station from the excellent new Scarborough Bridge, York (NCN route 65).

Route signs on Dame Judi Dench Walk, York (NCN route 65)

The excellent new Scarborough Bridge, York (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Roite signs on the excellent new Scarborough Bridge, York (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Lots of parking spaces coned off for social distancing, and this genius moves a cone to block the pedestrian/cycle access as well.

Ramp to the excellent new Scarborough Bridge, York (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Fitchburg bicycle parking census Properly installed

The Aire Valley Towpath towards Leeds station

Sign on the Aire Valley Towpath

Link from the Riverside Way Bridge to the Aire Valley Towpath

The new Riverside Way Bridge is being obstructed by greenery.

Non-existent link from the canal towpath and the new Riverside Way Bridge to Whitehall Road.

Weird and dangerous to have such a short section of on-road cycleway - either protect it properly, have some shared-use, or buy a few metres of land to the left.

Start of off-road cycleway west of Leeds station

The Leeds station Cyclepoint is now a branch of Evans Cycles.

Wide crossing at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds.

New two-way cycleway, Leeds

New cycleway under the railway in Leeds.

End of the new section of Cycle Superhighway 2 parallel to the railway into Leeds.

New two-way section of Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds.

Cut-through below the railway, Leeds.

Crossing on new two-way section of Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds.

New two-way section of Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds.

Cycle Superhighway 2 on Marsh Lane, Leeds.

Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds.

Cycle Superhighway 2 in Leeds is a good direct commuting route, but not much is made of the local connections.

Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds.

Crossing on Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds, where it comes off the flyover.

Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds, crosses this flyover - the parallel routes are supposedly only footpaths.

Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds, goes over this flyover.

Lights where Cycle Superhighway 2 crosses to the flyover.

Cycle bridge over York Road, Leeds.

The Leeds guided bus route.

Bus stop on the Leeds guided bus route.

Cycle crossing on Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds.

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The 12 most recently modified photos

Heading along the canal to the Leeds Bradford Cycle Superhighway

Coronation Street Although St. Eligius Street is one-way to the left there is no reminder of that needed here because Coronation Street is one way anyway. Survey of proposed streets for conversion two-way cycling, June 2012.

Cycle crossing over York Road, Leeds.

Cycle crossing on Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds.

Cycle lights to allow cars to turn left off York Road, Leeds.

Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds.

Cycle Superhighway 2, Leeds, with annoying End of Cycle Route sign.

Segregated cycle path on Leeds Cycle Superhighway 2.

Segregated cycle path by Cross Gates Road, Leeds.

Crossings at the junction of York Road and Cross Gates Road.

There are quite a few of these signs to try to keep cars off Leeds Cycle Superhighway 2.

There are quite a few of these signs to try to keep cars off Leeds Cycle Superhighway 2 - they don't always work.

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  • Icon 148942 Traffic filters are needed to direct the large articulated lorries away from using the B1203 and on to the A631 instead as the articulated lorries are to large for passing through Tealby village, are causing vibration damage to older stone houses and to large for Papermill Lane which is sinking and subsiding due to the unsuitable heavy traffic and the B1203 has many walker, cyclists and horse riders on it which are not suitable to mix with articulated lorries travailing at up to 60mph on parts of the B1203.
  • Icon 148941 Cycling and walking access to the park is poor. Footways are too narrow and you have to go on carriageway to enter park. Could widen out footway into park to create safe access.
  • Icon 148940 The B1203 needs a cycle route down Rasen Road to Tealby Road as there are many walkers, cyclist, and horse riders in the area and the traffic can be fast and very large vehicles. the area has many tourists all year round walking and cycling the various foot paths and bridleways and to and from the woods so the main road needs some protection from traffic. there are also children walking and cycling on the B1203 to and from school.
  • Icon 148939 Crossing from footway into park is dangerous. On a blind bend with no crossing facility. Could provide footway on other side with crossing further down South Park Drive.
  • Icon 148937 Vehicles constantly used for parking. Bollards similar to those in Welford Road. The drop kerbs are used by vehicles to gain access to park. Civil enforcement officers are unable to issue directly to the cycle way and have to issue to the road markings which means most drivers are not fined as apart from rush hour half the road is a 5min grace before issue. Rather than an instant issue for cycle track or double lines and double kerb markings
  • Icon 148936 Parking restrictions (double yellow) to prohibit obstruction of Carriageway cycle lane
  • Icon 148935 A523 from A555 to Poynton is a poor surface. Simply adding a cycle way to the side - which is long overdue - without resurfacing will relegate cyclists to a very poor surface. Resurface then segregate.
  • Icon 148934 Cycle path out of Sturton down towards Martin.
  • Icon 148933 Roads are too narrow in the shared space section, cars force their way past squeezing cyclists into the cobble stones in the gutter, so cyclists feel it is safer to ride on the pavement, which is wrong. The road surface is too slippery as it is made from granite stone setts which are lethal when wet, and do not meet the minimum friction requirements for road junctions that carry upwards of 10000 cars per day.
  • Icon 148932 Pave the path going up the hill to make it easier for cyclists. Put in calming measures to stop cyclists going downhill too fast.
  • Icon 148931 Cars regularly use the one-way bus and cycle lane, sometimes in the wrong direction! You could make a fortune by erecting a traffic camera!!
  • Icon 148930 Incredibly dangerous cycle path. Motorists don't indicate when turning off the main road. The whole junction layout needs to be rethought as a lot more traffic uses Frogmoor compared to when the junction was designed.

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