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Photo listing: general sign/notices (infrastructure)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

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.

New scheme promoting e-bike use at leisure centres

Narrow road up to the A494

Cyclists are asked to dismount when passing beneath the railway.

Cyclists are asked to be prepared to dismount along this section of path.

Sign installed by CT5 People's Forum inviting people to park their bicycles on the stands just beyond this fence.

Cyclists are asked to dismount through Whitstable Harbour.

At busy times cyclists are asked to be prepared to dismount here.

Sign towards cycle parking installed by CT5 People's Forum.

stretford near Town Hall . Tesco car park sign

No Cycling on this path past Lelant church to the beach

No Cycling on this footbridge over the railway - I'm not sure you could legally get a bike to this point anyway.

Follow the one-way system around the car park to get to the Visitors' Centre and Café.

No Entry Except Cycles, Paris

Signs for a rather narrow two-way road plus cycle lane.

No Entry except buses, cycles and taxis

This is not a road. I'm not sure it's NCN route 7 either, as Open Cycle Map shows it sticking to the tarmac behind the camera.

“Gone out pedestrians to reduce the speed”

Right turn except cycles

Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway - ie either use the model filter to the right or cross the access road to the new housing development that has presumably paid for the new shared-use route around the roundabout.

CS1, Town Street Stanningley, Leeds Explaination of the nearby sculpture see #196671. Facebook group: Stanningley Now and Then … [more]

A French language 'blind spots' notice on the rear of a coach in Glasgow.

Road markings requesting no parking, Gilesgate, Durham

Slippery Surface sign on the north bank of the Seine

Slippery Surface sign on the north bank of the Seine

Shared space signage on the north bank of the Seine

Shared space signage on the north bank of the Seine

No Entry (except cycles?) to the north bank of the Seine

No Entry except local access and cycles

No Entry Except Cycles, Pedestrian Priority and cycle parking

20km/h, pedestrian priority in Paris

No Entry Except Cycles, Paris

The permissive path (actually a paved road) through the Trelowarren estate to the café and craft centre is supposedly closed from October to January - I'm not convinced it really is.

No Footpath, No Bridleway

Cut-through to the Rue du Faubourg St-Antoine

No Entry Except Cycles, Annemasse

Our Brompton at Brompton north of Northallerton

Barrier and No Motor Vehicles sign on this track alongside the main road along the Rhône valley

No Motor Vehicles except residents

No Motor Vehicles except residents

No Cycling sign, alas - the jeep track to the far end of the reservoir would be a very pleasant and easy bike ride.

Platinum way sticker and cycle counter

Northern access to Martigny station

Another surprising No Pedestrians sign at Martigny station

Rather odd No Pedestrians sign at a modal filter near Martigny station

No Motor Vehicles in the railway underpass

No Motor Vehicles in the new park and a surprising amount of cycle parking before the railway underpass

Information for mountain bikers at the Swiss border

Bike rental options in Chamonix

Tour de France-themed tourist office opposite Annemasse station

Cyclists Dismount in the underpass at Annemasse station

Cycling Prohibited

End of shared-use footway

[Image taken 19.6.23] New Walk at Blue Bridge, York. Context: #195082. Other image here today: #195251. Other image today and links: #195241.

[Image taken 19.6.23] Rowntree Park, Terry Avenue, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location.] History of the gates on the Ouse/riverside entrance: image and links: #195247.

[Image taken 19.6.23] Rowntree Park, Terry Avenue, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location.] Main gates on the Terry Avenue (river/Ouse side). The only sign is a negative one. Context and links: #195247.

[Image taken 18.6.23] Duncombe Square (construction site), Burton Stone Lane, York. Other image here today and links: #195237.

NCN route 3 in Hayle - closed to motor vehicles (except for access) on Sundays only - but that may be enough to put drivers off.

There's a sign here for the pedestrian/cycle route from St Austell station to the town centre

Over-complicated notice - why not just say 'No Left Turn' ? Sign reads: DANGER OF GROUNDING Exit car ports UPSLOPE Only

I'm not sure this is specifically a cycling hotel, but every business must have a banner.

Someone ordered up this bollard, and had it installed, but its meaning is not clear. Cycle up the steps?

No Cycling on this section of the Cornish coastal path owned by the National Trust

No Motor Vehicles on Mill Road, Padstow (not a particularly useful cut-through for cyclists)

No Cycling on this stretch of the Cornish coast path

No Cycling, No Parking here on the Cornish coast path

£3 each way plus £3 for a bike on the Padstow-Rock ferry

"This is Private Property - Keep Out" It is unclear which path this sign refers to, the one to the left or the one to the right.

No Cycles, Skateboards, Rollerblades

No Cycling marking (barely visible)

No Cycling in the central park, Sfântu Gheorghe

Since the sign faced across the path, I wasn't sure whether the 'Cyclists Dismount' sign applied to cyclists heading onto the Levern Walkway, leaving it, or just to those attempting to read the information board.

Huntingdon High Street - Can anyone explain what this sign means and when considerate people on wheels are welcome?

[Image taken 27.5.23] Wigginton Road, York. Mixed messages. It’s important to keep people out but not important to keep people safe. Note the giant padlock and chain on the supports next to where the fencing ends. There’s lots of evidence … [more]

Blackmoors Lane

Unst Cycle Hire (prices may have increased since photo)

No bikes allowed on this privately operated branch line - although there's plenty of space.

No Cycling in the park, Târgu Secuiesc

No scooters, skateboards or runners on the main square, Brașov

Cyclists Dismount, I presume, as the track reaches the benches

Tethered no parking bollards - a novel idea

No Cycling, No Phones, No Headphones on this crossing, Brașov

No Cycling on this obvious route alongside a park in Deva

Water Eaton Road, Bletchley Mix of imperial and metric bridge headroom signs.

No Cycling on the footbridge across the moat of Alba Iulia citadel

No Cycling on the footbridge across the moat of Alba Iulia citadel

No Cycles allowed in the lift to the underpass

No Entry except trams, buses and bikes

Modal filter ahead

Pedestrian-only section of the riverside route, Wuppertal (seen from the Schwebebahn monorail)

Shared use area, Riga

End of pedestrian/cycle zone, Riga

Rising bollards but no cycling in this park, it seems.

Shared use in the old town of Riga

A horizontal line means shared use, a vertical line means segregated routes in Poland - I think.

Definitely shared-use to the left - I'm not sure about the route to the right.

Ramped access and Cyclists Dismount sign

Cyclists Dismount on the footbridge, Břeclav

Notice about cycle tourism in the Břeclav area

Pedestrian/cycle zone in Břeclav, with plenty of cycle parking

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