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Photo listing: car storage (misc)

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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.

One small house with three cars (one hidden) - despite having cycle and bus routes to Addenbrooke's and central Cambridge. What a waste.

[Image taken 19.3.21] View over a fairly empty Marygate car park, York, from Scarborough bridge. The blocked Sheffields depicted in the links are at the entrance in the far right-hand corner (not visible in this image). See also: (blocked … [more]

A car storage area in a motor traffic dominated Swansea. I later discovered this was created by:

The communications on top of Park Street Car Park.

Car parking means that walking in the road when in a group is often more sociable.

Great car registration for the Romsey area!

Thoroughfare narrowed by creation of extra parking space following a request to remove the concrete trip hazard. Got to love the way Metrolink think one vehicle parked in the same place all day encourages more travelers than improved … [more]

There is a car park at the Raydon end of the Hadleigh Railway Walk.

View from Gilbert Road into Warwick Road towards Mayfield Primary School at 8:28 am, a few cars parked near the school with children waiting to enter the school or nursery.

Essen in Germany. A street with (slightly) restricted access for cars and a low speed limit, but along which cyclists have to ride in the space between many parked cars, and on which pedestrians have to negotiate many cars parked on the … [more]

I watched them come and go for at least five minutes. They couldn't have been travelling from more than half a mile away. In a city that's only so wide, surely you would think that these people would take to walking and cycling; n'aw?

This house takes up one car parking space on the sea front at Aldeburgh. A correspondent did some research about this place and had this feedback from the local tourist info: "I believe that the house you are referring to is on Crag Path, … [more]

Shared use cycleway gives way to the need to park cars.

Van X377ECE blocking the mandatory cycle lane on Cromwell Road. This cycle lane is a hot-spot for illegal parking.

It might look as though the truck has made a special dietary choice, but actually it's the Dutch word for "sweeping". The road layout shows a way of transforming narrow streets like those near Mill Road in Cambridge. The road is narrow but … [more]

Walking lanes inside the multi-storey car park at the Grand Arcade. Is this actually the safest position to walk? Wouldn't you be better off further away from the vehicles so that they can see you and you see them better?

Taken from the very top of the Grand Arcade car park looking across to King's College Chapel.

Car "GSL U581" (Polish number plate) obstructing the mandatory cycle lane on Cromwell Road. Reported to Police with incident number 546

Car "80WG" obstructing access from Thompson's Lane to Jesus Green. Reported to Police with incident number 436.

George Street is a popular street.

After reporting the obstruction caused by cars on the MCL to the police several times, I have noticed an improvement during the past few days in that cars only invade the MCL, without blocking it completely.

East Rd, southbound. The lay-out is difficult to master and cars obstructing the passage where cyclists have to enter the cycle lanes where cars come out of the roundabout.

The volume below this Cathedral in San Sebastian was not sacred enough to stop an underground carpark from being built.

This photo was taken during a survey of cycle parking and waiting restrictions on Regent Street. They turned out to be highly inconsistent from one area to the next.

Downing site

Cars taking up lots of space on the New Museums site.

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