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This listing only shows photos within a square radius of 30 kilometres of the centre of Assen.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Same design of bollard as with a sharp flat top which can catch on flesh or bags and clothing, and short so not very visible. This is placed to create maximum conflict at the busstop, when users … [more]

Link from the new cycleway by the busway to an industrial estate.

Link to the new cycleway by the busway to the Cambridge North station

Gratuitous pinch stile obstructing the path. Action - make the cattle grid full width with a bypass gate for dog walkers etc and remove the pram arms.

Obstructive barriers on a cycle path

Hard to see the point of this configuration. It's not a barrier to cycles (it shouldn't be, as there is cycle parking this side of the bollards). It does create conflict by restricting the routes people can take, both on foot and on bike. … [more]

Deadly almost invisible pram arms on these bollards of the so called Bar Hill cycleway.

Useful link between The Orchards and Gladstone Way - but spoilt by a silly chicane made out of two rounded-A cycle parking stands. There's no dropped kerb in the obvious place, because that would take away a motor vehicle storage space?

The barrier chicanes at Orchard Estate, looking towards town. A proposal at June 2013 is to install a new cycleway to the left of and parallel to the path opposite this photo. The first 10 metres alongside the brown fence is limited by the … [more]

Useful link spoiled by these awkward chicanes. Why do the designers of these things not appreciate that all they have to do is slow people down, not force them to do awkward wiggles?

Barriers temporarily opened here during the Mill Road Winter Fair. For the rest of the year, whilst a barrier is needed to stop through-traffic, this photo shows how much easier cycling through here would be if the gate were replaced with … [more]

The rather tight chicane at Rustat Road, Charles Street, Greville Road junction. It doesn't need to be so difficult and so ugly.

This is officially a cycle path and a very convenient way from Milton Road/Kendal Way to the river Cam (Frank's Lane / Anglers Way, over a green, crossing Fen Rd near the railway bridge). Unfortunately the path is obstructed on both ends.

Barriers to progress. Chicanes on this route.

Chicanes on this route.

Closure between Hobart and Suez Rds. Similar in Waltham Forest: #106759

People with prams or wheelchairs are forced across the cattle grid, where the smaller wheels can get stick. A gate would be better.

directional signage.

This bollard is to prevent vehicle access on this route, but the arrangement makes the route inaccessible to wheelchairs, tricycles etc. Levelling the area but keeping the bollard position the same would be the best solution, so there are … [more]

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