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Showing items 1501 to 1600 from total of 2,037 items. Ordered by photo # descending.

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33578Photo #33578There are rooms for 3 Stands. The stands north inverness terrace are fully packed.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
33107Photo #33107There are currently no cycle stands on Monck Street / junction with Great Peter Street. In particular, it would be useful to have some outside Tesco. Currently, the only available cycle parking in the vicinity is to lamp posts.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
33014Photo #33014The deprecated double-decker cycle parking on platform 8 at Paddington railway station.

Signs request removal of bikes by about 10 days ago.
Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
33013Photo #33013Sign reads: "Following a trial of the double tier rack, Westminster City Council and English Heritage have indicated their opposition to any use of such racking in a permanent design, as being too visability intrusive and not in keeping to the station and its Grade One listed status." (sic, on several counts)

But promisingly 'More options are now being explored"
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signs
33012Photo #33012On-platform cycle parking at Paddington railway station.

In the distance there is some deprecated double-decker cycle parking, see #33013.
Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
32927Photo #32927The Olympic authorities (or maybe Royal Parks) have got the right idea for temporary road closures. No through motor traffic here for a month, but the pavement has been converted to a cycleway.Temporary closure:
Good practice
closure
32649Photo #32649Two unicyclists give a highly entertaining show at Covent Garden. This is only a flavour of it, and of course you have to be there. We gave a good contribution at the end, so I don't think they'll mind us featuring this short clip.Road environment:
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32552Photo #32552Simon Nuttall with a Boris BikeBicycle:
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bicycles
32331Photo #32331OpenCycleMap and OpenStreetMap featured at the Sense and the City exhibition, at the London Transport MuseumOther:
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32330Photo #32330Bike Hub app and CycleStreets featured at the Sense and the City exhibition, at the London Transport MuseumOther:
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32329Photo #32329Bike Hub app and CycleStreets featured at the Sense and the City exhibition, at the London Transport MuseumOther:
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32328Photo #32328Bike Hub app and CycleStreets featured at the Sense and the City exhibition, at the London Transport MuseumOther:
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32311Photo #32311Cycling from Kensington to Hyde ParkCycleway:
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cycleways
32241Photo #32241Olympic cycling events causing disruption already in central London!
www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-14520510
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32194Photo #32194Bile Hub app and CycleStreets featured in London Transport Museum's 'Sense and the city' exhibitionCycle parking:
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32193Photo #32193Bile Hub app and CycleStreets featured in London Transport Museum's 'Sense and the city' exhibitionOther:
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32192Photo #32192OpenCycleMap featured in London Transport Museum's 'Sense and the city' exhibitionOther:
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32151Photo #32151Your map is showing two stands at the bottom of Arlington St but they don't actually existCycle parking:
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32021Photo #32021There are a number of Cycle Hire scheme racks in this area - but nowhere to leave your ordinary bike. See picture. A good place for multiple racks would be in the cut-through to Portman Close. Remove the (untended) plant pots and put 6 bike racks.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
32000Photo #32000CycleStreets developers in London town for another business meeting.Road environment:
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31999Photo #31999Another good thing about the Boris Bike scheme is that you now often see the sight of people in their suit and tie on a bike - in this case one of the cyclestreets developers passing through Chinatown.Road environment:
Event
road
31982Photo #31982A decent width cycle lane and double-red lines on Victoria Embankment.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
31981Photo #31981These Boris Bike racks seem to be the nearest ones to Parliament.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
31980Photo #31980Good quality cycle parking can be found near to Parliament.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
31736Photo #317365Cycle parking:
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31735Photo #317355Cycle parking:
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31734Photo #317345Cycle parking:
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31686Photo #31686The Apple Store has a massive area in front of it but not a single bike stand. Sort it out!!Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
31678Photo #31678I agree with other submitters that there is a general lack of cycle parking in the Old Compton Street area.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
31340Photo #31340Cycle lane through Admiralty Arch.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
31334Photo #31334Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
31330Photo #31330The Wesley Cafe in the basement of this building is a good place for a hot drink and food in this area.Destination:
Good practice
destinations
31329Photo #31329A meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group at the end of the MP's bike ride in Bike Week 2011.

Julian Huppert (centre) chairs, with Parliamentary under Secretary for Department for Transport, Norman Baker on his left.
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31328Photo #31328Simon representing CycleStreets and Cambridge Cycling Campaign (with Jim in the background on the left) at the end of the MP's bike ride during Bike Week 2011. Parliamentary under secretary for the Department for Transport, Norman Baker is also shown on the right of the shot.Road environment:
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31327Photo #31327Outspoken delivers the cycling message to Parliament at the end of the MP's bike ride during Bike Week 2011.Road environment:
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31326Photo #31326The MP's bike ride in Bike Week 2011 arrives at Parliament.Road environment:
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31325Photo #31325The MP's bike ride during BikeWeek 2011 arrives at Parliament.Road environment:
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31324Photo #31324The MPs' bike ride in BikeWeek 2011.Road environment:
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31323Photo #31323The MP's bike ride in Bike Week 2011.Road environment:
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31322Photo #31322Riding through Admiralty Arch on the MP's bike ride - with our police escort.Road environment:
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31046Photo #31046Cycle Superhighway 8 (southbound) passing Millbank Tower. This picture shows how the bright blue surfacing stands out, and the clear labelling of the route number. (See also #31045)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
31045Photo #31045Cycle Superhighway 8 on Millbank in London. The blue cycleway stands out very clearly, and is of a reasonable width.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
30994Photo #30994Inadequate parking on Curzon street forces people to lock up on street furniture in awkward positions. Urgent needs for a significant provision of cycle parking. Car parking on Queen street could be used, or the wider section of Curzon street could accommodate it.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
30815Photo #30815It would be useful to have some more stands near the market. The existing ones are often full.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
30736Photo #30736Racks were removed for Crossrail works, can space for some more be found somewhere round here.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
30666Photo #30666Sign explaining the changes on Exhibition Road.

This £30 million project eventually opened, see:
www2.imperial.ac.uk/blog/reporter/2012/02/02/boris-johnson-opens-transformed-exhibition-road/
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Good practice
signs
30665Photo #30665Redevelopment of Exhibition Road - see #30666.Roadworks:
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roadworks
30302Photo #30302we need bike parking in Palace Court -ideally at top and bottom ends -- nearest bike parking at Queensway tube.. all flats so no inside parking; lots on street and bikes v vulnerable to vandals (new bike vandalised weekend before lastCycle parking:
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cycleparking
30236Photo #30236Boris Bike stationCycle parking:
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cycleparking
30234Photo #30234Good cycle laneCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
30224Photo #30224Boris BikesCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
30221Photo #30221Boris BikesCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
30215Photo #30215TfL promotional posterBicycle:
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bicycles
30098Photo #30098Not much around here.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
30097Photo #30097It's ridiculous how little bike parking there is around Whitehall.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
30048Photo #30048(False) one way street two ways for cyclists.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
29326Photo #29326Ten fairly newly established cycle racks - the closest we've so far found to the Department for Transport's offices.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
29325Photo #29325The windows on a tall building colour this cycle route and give our webmaster a shock of red hair.Road environment:
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29324Photo #29324Traffic in using the road in front of this famous hotel drives on the right.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
29322Photo #29322"All of these bikes are in the driver's blind spot.

Undertaking at junctions can be fatal."

True, as left-turning vehicles are one of the biggest threats to cycling. The THINK! budget has been severely slashed in the current round of cuts.
General sign/notice:
Good practice
signs
29315Photo #29315The location is not quite right - but this is a nice surprise to find all these cycle racks here.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
28752Photo #28752Obvious site for a cycle crossing of Regent StreetCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
28751Photo #28751Pedestrian priority in Hyde ParkGeneral sign/notice:
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signs
28750Photo #28750Overcrowded cycle parking at Paddington station.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
28630Photo #28630The major rack here is a crime magnet. Bikes are repeatedly vandalised and stolen from here. PLEASE improve security. And increase parking provision inside Soho so that we don't have to park our bikes in this crime spotCycle parking:
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cycleparking
28629Photo #28629The parking marked on Old Compton Street is mythical! Also, Westminster employs the wide lamp-post wrap-arounds to make locking impossibleCycle parking:
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cycleparking
28628Photo #28628Despite the map's claim, there are NO cycle parking spots anywhere on Floral Street, nor any lamp-posts!Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
28315Photo #28315More stands please. There are currently only 4 stands which are regularly full to the brim (see photo)Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
28177Photo #28177I agree with other comment - more stands are needed at the north end of Carnaby street . The few stands thre are alwasy full. Another 5stands are neededCycle parking:
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28119Photo #28119The pavements have been widened yet there are still no cycle parking facilites along the whole length of Long Acre.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
28103Photo #28103cycle stand provision at victoria station is completely inadequate. Inside the station it is at the very far end of ne of the platforms (not where the map indicates it, which looks more reasonable). More parking without an extra 24 carrige walk please (12 there and 12 back)Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
28030Photo #28030Ramped access to the River Terrace of Somerset House - nice, but not as yet a through route.Other:
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27864Photo #27864We need more cycle parking immediately around the Royal Albert Hall - there is some cycle parking, but every stand is taken every time I go to the RAH for the proms in the summerCycle parking:
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cycleparking
27800Photo #27800A very flashy ride (not locked).Bicycle:
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27799Photo #27799A very flashy ride (not locked).Bicycle:
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bicycles
27776Photo #27776Numerous employees in this building either cycle to work now, or would like to, but there is no obvious place to lock up a bike - all the railings in the area are forbidden to bikes on threat of removal.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
27765Photo #27765A useful location for customers of the restaurants in Cleveland Street. There appears to be enough space on the footway buildout at the junction with Cariburton StreetCycle parking:
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cycleparking
27763Photo #27763There aren't any stands in and around the front of VictoriaCycle parking:
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cycleparking
27756Photo #27756A trishaw waits in the traffic - taken from the front seats of the double decker bus.Road environment:
Event
road
27557Photo #27557Definitely need some cycle parking here, specially now there is more space.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
27554Photo #27554Outside the Royal Society of Medicine. They have conferences with lots of guests.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
27553Photo #27553Outside Church House, or ask them to put some stands inside Dean's Yard. There are some stands on the corner of Victoria Street but usually fullCycle parking:
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cycleparking
27531Photo #27531Lots of space here, nice cycle routeRoad environment:
Good practice
road
27530Photo #27530Lots of space here, nice cycle routeRoad environment:
Good practice
road
27529Photo #27529Pegasus Crossing (note the high button)Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
27528Photo #27528Pegasus Crossing (note the high button)Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
27527Photo #27527Artwork near cycle route through the royal parks, taken by the Boris-Bike user in the reflection.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
27526Photo #27526Artwork near cycle route through the royal parksCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
27525Photo #27525Cycle route through the royal parksCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
27524Photo #27524Cycle route through the royal parksCycleway:
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cycleways
27523Photo #27523Cycle route through the royal parksCycleway:
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cycleways
27521Photo #27521Boris bike stationCycle parking:
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cycleparking
27493Photo #27493Found it hard to find a parking spot around Covent Garden.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
27463Photo #27463How about removing the "fences" at the edge of the pavements and replacing them with cycle stands. I commute to this area and it's a real problem finding a place to park my bike. Some people lock their bike to the "fences" but I think that looks untidy and blocks the pavement. Also it's difficult to lock my bike to a fence because I have a basket.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
27462Photo #27462There are already 3 stands here, at the junction of George St and Thayer St, but they are often fully used, both sides. There is room for a few more.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
27461Photo #27461There are some stands in Chiltern St but not enough. Cycles are often fastened to the lamp posts. Just put more all along the road, both sides.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
27460Photo #27460There are some stands in Chiltern St but not enough. Cycles are often fastened to the lamp posts. Just put more all along the road, both sides.Cycle parking:
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27411Photo #27411For the school.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
27358Photo #27358It would be useful to have cycle parking outside the station.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
27312Photo #27312More stands needed here. The ones already installed are usually full, often with two bikes on each stand.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking

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