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[Image taken 30.11.23] Pizza Time, Burton Stone Lane, junction with Garth Terrace, York. Detail of damage in: #199580. Other image today: #199579.

[Image taken 30.11.23] Pizza Time, Burton Stone Lane, junction with Garth Terrace, York. Damaged, uneven paving – closeup see: #199581. Pavement clutter. Other image today: #199579.

[Image taken 30.11.23] Pizza Time, Burton Stone Lane, York. On 29.11.23, I saw the deepest area of tarmac damage had been repaired. I don’t know who did it. I’ll email everyone I asked to get it mended, with this image and with thanks. This … [more]

Sign needed here to point to Gatwick Airport. The path to the west looks like the correct route, which it isn't.

Junction needs a cycle route off the busy road eg left hand pocket with separate traffic light phase to reach Russells Crescent.

Signs needed to make the entrance to the subway more obvous when travelling south along route 21

Resign route 21 to use the new pavement cycle path.

Ressign national route 21 to use the cycle path under the railway not the road.

This whole section of route 21 is a national embarrasment. Hopelessly flooded and muddy yet its the Avenue Verte from Paris to London! Needs a massive improvement with proper drainage and rideable surfaces, not mud baths!

Flooded section here needs raising to stop the path being blocked next to the road.

Muddy surface starts at the edge of the road which is dangerous as someone will fall off into the traffic here. Needs a better surface for the first few meters of the bridleway as a minimum and ideally the whole path needs a much better … [more]

Create a Wandle Trail route under this bridge so people on cycles can avoid the horrible main road.

[Image taken 29.11.23] Burton Stone Lane, looking into Grosvenor Road, York. Context: #199553.

Footways on both sides of Church Street shut at the same time with pedestrians told to divert via Torness Street (to the left) and Byres Road. Well reader, not all of them were doing as they were told!

A car parking space painted in the middle of the signal-controlled junction!

Lawrence Street junction with Byres Road.

I'm not convinced this is a correct use of Guidance Path tactile paving, with poles in the way.

Large signs to diagram 606 in Chancellor Street, where they should be to diagram 609.

Pavement parking in Dalcross Street, a Restricted Parking Zone where, as the sign says, drivers are to "park only in signed bays".

Motor vehicles parked on the unfinished cycleway, and double parking on the other side of the road.

A wheelie bin left in the unfinished cycleway in Byres Road, and some double parking.

Sign saying 'No Entry except cycles' for Church Street on Dumbarton Road, the lower part of which has since been covered up since there is no contraflow on Church Street at present.

[Image taken 28.11.23] New Walk looking north to the Blue Bridge, York. [NOTE: No street view at this exact location.] This section of the riverside NMU route has been cleaned after the most recent high water. Contrasting image (and links): … [more]

[Image taken 28.11.23] New Walk looking south towards the Blue Bridge, York. Context and links: #199557.

[Image taken 28.11.23] New Walk, York. [NOTE: No street view at this exact location.] Climate resilience means safe and usable routes for non motorised users at all times. When the Ouse floods in York (many times a year) some or all of the … [more]

[Image taken 28.11.23] St George’s Field car park, Castle Mills Bridge, York. A fallen Tier hire (e-)cycle blocks access to the toast rack-style cycle parking in the car park, near the river and next to the public toilets. My cycle was … [more]

[Image taken 28.11.23] Tower Street, close to the entrance to/exit from St George’s Field car park, Castle Mills Bridge, York. New crossing – currently pedestrian only – over four lanes of very fast-moving traffic. Unbelievably there was … [more]

[Image taken 28.11.23] College Street junction with Deangate, York. Cycle parking here – on the edge of the pedestrian area (‘foot streets’) is good practice. The racks are well used – even at 09.30 on a cold weekday morning. One has been … [more]

[Image taken 27.11.23] Burton Stone Lane, looking east into Shipton Street, York. Context: #199226 and #199021. It feels as if there is rat running. More people seem to be using the route alongside the rail line – and at speeds they may be … [more]

[Image taken 25.11.23] The Stonebow, York. Other im[Image taken 25.11.23] The Stonebow junction with Dundas Street, York. Location and further overview of the damage to the tarmac at this junction. People on cycles turn right off The … [more]

[UPDATE CYC response 27.11.23 "The current status of your report is: closed. The problem has been inspected and no follow up work is required."] [Image taken 25.11.23] The Stonebow, York. Extensive tarmac damage. The fissures are directly … [more]

[Image taken 25.11.23] The Stonebow, York. This is the location of the damage in: #199548.

[UPDATE CYC response 28.11.23 "The current status of your report is: closed. The problem has been inspected and no follow up work is required."] [Image taken 25.11.23] The Stonebow, York. Damaged tarmac that could catch and hold a cycle … [more]

[MY EXPERIENCE: 29.11.23. Very difficult conditions for all public realm users heading south, as I was, due to the low bright sun. I was heading even more slowly than usual with one hand shielding my eyes towards the exit from the measures, … [more]

[Image taken 25.11.23] Burton Stone Lane (looking south), York. Note the plastic item wedged behind the signpost. It’s been there since October 2023: #198240. It think it is debris from when a vehicle hit the splitter island. On 26.11.23 I … [more]

[Image taken 25.11.23] Burton Stone Lane (looking south), York. The structure on the splitter island has been replaced for the fourth or possibly fifth time with something chunkier. View of the splitter island in June 2023: #195235: Burton … [more]

[Image taken 25.11.23] Burton Stone Lane looking into Lumley Road, York. Tiny green triangle, large tree. Other image here today and links: #199543.

[Image taken 25.11.23] Burton Stone Lane looking into Lumley Road, York. I think the sign has been bashed/turned. I will report it and see if it gets altered. Other image here today: #199544. Other image today and links: #199539.

[Image taken 25.11.23] Burton Stone Lane, York. The information/apologies board is hidden and inaccessible. The latter problem is made worse by the fact it’s almost on the ground. Context – issues – and links: #199539.

[Image taken 25.11.23] Burton Stone Lane, York. Context and links: #199539.

[Image taken 25.11.23] Burton Stone Lane, York. Context and links: #199539.

[Image taken 25.11.23] Burton Stone Lane, York. There is an information board/apologies board with contact details but it’s hard to find – this spot is not lit at night, the ground is wet and uneven. In short it’s invisible and … [more]

Cycle parking at Eureka Leisure Park.

Cycle parking at Eureka Leisure Park.

Quench Cycles offer cycle hire at Bedgebury Forest.

Bedgebury Forest has many cycling and walking routes.

Cycle parking at the side of the cafe at Bedgebury Forest

Cycle parking at East Street in Faversham town centre.

Cycle parking outside the post office in Faversham town centre.

Full cycle parking outside the library. Looks like we need some more stands.

There's a need for proper bicycle parking at the Water's Edge.

This bicycle locked to something more secure than the almost adjacent cycle parking #48421 demonstrates that that provision isn't good enough.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Cycle parking in King Street.

Cycle parking in Market Square.

Contraflow cycle lane in Church Street used by the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route sign on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route sign on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Shared use path used by the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Shared use path used by the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Shared use path used by the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Shared use path used by the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route signs on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Shared use path towards Pencester Gardens, used by the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

Route sign on the River Dour Greenway cycling and walking route.

[Image taken 24.11.23] Railway Walk, Earlsborough Terrace is to the left, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location.] A couple of days ago I noted the sandbag stabilising the diversion sign had split. Now the contents have spread and are … [more]

[Image taken 24.11.23] Railway Walk, looking towards the junction with Marygate Lane, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location. Position approximate.] These diversion signs too have been picked up and reinstated. (Context: #198758, … [more]

[Image taken 24.11.23] Railway Walk, looking towards the junction with Marygate Lane, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location.] (Part of the Scarborough Bridge to Bootham Park cycle route improvements scheme: #177537.) The diversion … [more]

[Image taken 23.11.23] Folk Hall, Hawthorn Terrace, New Earswick. [NOTE: No street view at this exact location.] Journey's end. But there is nowhere to secure the cycle with the cycle trailer. Note the mobility scooter in the cycle racks … [more]

[Image taken 23.11.23] Bootham Stray, Alder Way, New Earswick. A cattle grid, a York barrier, a blind bend and no lighting after dark. This combination is the reason two of us made a journey when, if there were no barrier, the person … [more]

[Image taken 23.11.23] Wigginton Road, York. A truly cyclable city is one where people can - and do – use trailers and cargo cycles. The trailer is heavy. It is full. It is laden with books for a book sale. Most of the route is off road and … [more]

[Image taken 23.11.23] Crichton Avenue (close to junction with Denning’s Yard access - right, and Wigginton Road - ahead), York. Note the vehicle is parked over the bi-directional cycle symbols. Other image here today and links: #199482.

[Image taken 23.11.23] Crichton Avenue (close to junction with Denning’s Yard access), York. A vehicle is parked on the shared use route. It’s just this side of the blind bend, on a steep incline. As I was taking photos someone who said he … [more]

A traffic-calming measure (choker with cycle bypass) recently installed on Fen Road. Note the narrowness of the bypass, the double-yellow lines which only continue for ~5m after the bypass (with car parked immediately after, forcing … [more]

A traffic-calming measure (choker with cycle bypass) recently installed on Fen Road. Note the narrowness of the bypass, the double-yellow lines which only continue for ~5m after the bypass (with car parked immediately after, forcing … [more]

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