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Photo listing : road environments (infrastructure)

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Installed by Westminster Council in St John's Wood. Has anyone tripped over these yet? :) https://t.co/7SBRCSElbZ

Is that a Cambridge Kerb on New Bond Street? (Ed: no) But those aren't cycle lanes on either side so maybe they're for pedestrians to share with parked cars.

Oxford Street

Soho Street

Oxford Street

West end of Bourchier Street (so called), Soho

Ahead only crossing Oxford Street.

Electric recharge and bike parked to post.

New Bond Street / Conduit Street.

Rathbone Square entrance

Rathbone Square

No dropped kerb into Rathbone Square.

NCN route 4 in the bus lane on Lambeth Bridge

Useful cut-through

Kendal Street

Kendal Street

Hyde Park into Albion Street crossing Bayswater Road

Hyde Park into Albion Street crossing Bayswater Road

Lightly-trafficked street with nice trees

Lightly-trafficked road

There's a problem here - everyone thinks it's ok to cross against the red light, only to be mown down by southbound cyclists on the new segregated cycleway, which has a green light now.

Lancaster Gate: two-way at last. https://t.co/j90SQG4CLI Ed: This is a view down Bayswater Road.

Pedestrianisation on Wardour Street, Soho

Pedestrianisation on Wardour Street, Soho

Pedestrianisation on Wardour Street, Soho

Cycle markings around Regents Park - not really good enough

Colourful Knightsbridge at night from a bus

Less than 10 metres between the railway and the pedestrian bridge

No cycling in this section

ASL and road - crossing facility... thing

The new two-way lay-out of Piccadilly Circus.

The power of the #nationalfuneral in action. Space reclaimed for pedestrians on #oxfordst. As it should be http://t.co/fIeTFL67fM

No cycling in St Johns Wood Church Grounds - a shame, as a route here could give a traffic-free route pretty much to the Regents Canal towpath

Not much space for cycling on Carnaby Street

Wall of buses in Oxford Street. #transportplanning #fail http://t.co/rpK8Q3P6HQ

New taxi road at Paddington station - not a convenient access point for cyclists

Photos from the upper deck of bus 205 King's Cross to Paddington.

Photos from the upper deck of bus 205 King's Cross to Paddington.

Photos from the upper deck of bus 205 King's Cross to Paddington near Marylebone Station and some Boris bikes.

Photos from the upper deck of bus 205 King's Cross to Paddington leaving Marylebone Station area.

Photos from the upper deck of bus 205 King's Cross to Paddington arriving at Marylebone Station.

Boris bikes outside Dorset Square gardens. Photos from the upper deck of bus 205 King's Cross to Paddington.

Photos from the upper deck of bus 205 King's Cross to Paddington.

Photos from the upper deck of bus 205 King's Cross to Paddington.

No cycling in this chi-chi pedestrian area

These Boris Bike racks seem to be the nearest ones to Parliament.

Traffic in using the road in front of this famous hotel drives on the right.

The cyclist on the left is in the right-turn lane to join the shared-use route to Kensington Gardens - now a busy commuting route.

A useful cut-through, apart from the bus queue at the far end.

On the cycle route from Paddington to King's Cross

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18523.

This location was set by synchronization with the track at location #18523.

New Cavendish Street

Crossing

Exhibition Road

Space for much-needed cycle parking at the Royal Geographical Society.

'Delamere Street' - in fact a grubby little cut-through

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