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High Speed Train built for British Rail. Bicycle Parking at Cheltenham Spa railway station.

The pop-up cycle lane on Great Western Road is to end at Lincoln Avenue. After that, there are just discontinuous peak hour bus lanes.

Roadworks for the installation of the Great Western Road cycle lane. The crossing between Keal Avenue and Kearn Avenue is still no better for cycling across (see #100425).

Roadworks for the installation of the Great Western Road cycle lane. The marking for the start of the cycle lane appear to be unusually long. The marking for the cycle lane itself is another unusual choice.

Roadworks for the installation of the Great Western Road cycle lane. Here 'bus stop' markings have been removed, and the road marked out for the installation of a temporary bus boarder.

Roadworks for the installation of the Great Western Road cycle lane.

Roadworks for the installation of the Great Western Road cycle lane. There were a lot of cars parked inside the cones.

Start of the roadworks for the installation of the Great Western Road cycle lane.

Signage for the roadworks for the installation of the Great Western Road cycle lane, so no cycle lane on the sliproad then?

Mere near Knutsfrod . There used to be a bridge here . Mainly for wildlife but also a right of way. It was damaged years ago by a lorry then demolished immediately and never replaced.

No provision for safe cycling on Duntreath Avenue.

The ramp at Glendinning Road is still steep and poorly surfaced. There's plenty of room here for a decent ramp to be built.

Histon Road works - 'except cycles' signs now attached to the Road Closed signs.

Cycle spaces on one of Greater Anglia's new Flirt regional trains.

Cycle spaces on one of Greater Anglia's new Flirt regional trains.

Two-tier cycle parking at Bury St Edmunds station

Shared-use footway beyond Bury St Edmunds station

Shared-use footway beyond Bury St Edmunds station.

Shared-use footway to Bury St Edmunds station.

Shared-use footway on the northern edge of Bury St Edmunds.

End of shared-use footway on the northern edge of Bury St Edmunds

Shared-use footway on the northern edge of Bury St Edmunds

Turning area for delivery vehicles on the edge of Bury St Edmunds' pedestrianised shopping area.

Pedestrianisation in central Bury St Edmunds

Contraflow cycling on this road into central Bury St Edmunds

Dead end except for the cycle route south from Bury St Edmunds

Start of cycle route south from Bury St Edmunds

New paved route from NCN routes 13 and 51 to new housing.

Route signs at the bottom of Shaker's Lane, on the east side of Bury St Edmunds - although the Town Centre sign should be pointing up the lane away from the camera.

Cycleway south from the end of Shaker's Lane, on the east side of Bury St Edmunds.

NCN routes 13 and 51 heading east from Shaker's Lane, on the east side of Bury St Edmunds.

Barriers on NCN routes 13 and 51 at the bottom of Shaker's Lane, on the east side of Bury St Edmunds.

NCN routes 13 and 51 at the junction with Shaker's Lane on the east side of Bury St Edmunds

NCN route 13 leading north from NCN route 51 on Shaker's Lane, on the east side of Bury St Edmunds.

NCN route 51 at the junction with Shaker's Lane on the east side of Bury St Edmunds, and new route to a housing development.

Barriers on NCN route 51 at the junction with Shaker's Lane on the east side of Bury St Edmunds

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NCN route 51 crossing the A14 on the east side of Bury St Edmunds

Link from NCN route 51 to schools and new housing.

NCN route 51 leading east from Bury St Edmunds, crossing the riverside path - no cycling to the left only.

Segregated route for NCN route 51 leading east from Bury St Edmunds

Segregated route for NCN route 51 leading east from Bury St Edmunds.

NCN route 51 leading east from Bury St Edmunds

NCN route 51 is not clearly signed through the Cathedral Grounds - it heads off to the right before this sign.

NCN route 51 is not clearly signed through the Cathedral Grounds - keep right here.

A wide expanse of asphalt that could be better used.

Pedestrianisation in Bury St Edmunds

Cycle parking and road-narrowing at a junction.

Route signs on NCN route 51 in Bury St Edmunds

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  • Icon 142856 This part of the B2150 has no safe cycling provision. The only options are to cycle on the increasingly busy road or on the narrow pavement which is footpath only here.
  • Icon 142855 Shelter for bus stop occupies all of the cycle lane - wasn't aware shelters were magical and allowed cycles to pass through them.
  • Icon 142854 Shelter for bus stop occupies all of the cycle lane - wasn't aware shelters were magical and allowed cycles to pass through them.
  • Icon 142853 A cycle lane mere would be beneficial, especially one that runs the opposite way to the one way system for cars through the town centre.
  • Icon 142852 Hatherton road is a very wide road and is the main road into Cannock town center. St Luke's school is situated on this road, and as a result there are often children cycling along the path. This is presumably due to cars not giving cyclist enough space on the road (I have first hand experience of this). A cycle lane stretching the whole length of Hatherton road would be easy to install since the road is already wide, and I believe it would be beneficial for children going to/from school with their parents, and people cycling in and out of town, to the park, or any routes between hednesford and penkridge. If this road had the addition of a cycle path, I would feel much more comfortable cycling in and out of town, and children would also have the added benefit of safe road cycling.
  • Icon 142851 High volume of cars travelling at speed. Cycle path would give safer journeys to several schools - 2 primaries, 1 secondary and a private school plus 4 nurseries. Many cyclist currently use the pavement putting pedestrians at risk.
  • Icon 142850 Service road surface is very rough and uncomfortable by bike
  • Icon 142849 The path is MASSIVELY cracked here - holes and gravel are all over the place. I tried to roller skate across it and had to use the road. That's no big deal for me, but potentially quite a hazard for anybody using a wheelchair, walker or other mobility aid. It's a stretch of about 2 meters that needs tidying up.
  • Icon 142848 Sharp angles, difficult to negotiate for two way bike traffic.
  • Icon 142847 Give service road priority over turn-in so cyclists don't have to look behind them and give way to traffic.
  • Icon 142845 Contraflow cycle lanes needed.
  • Icon 142844 Proper enclosed cycleway needed along Edgware Road/Maida Vale.

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