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[Image taken 29.11.21] Burton Stone Lane, York.

[Image taken 29.11.21] Burton Stone Lane, York.

[Image taken 29.11.21] Burton Stone Lane, York.

[Image taken 29.11.21] Burton Stone Lane, York.

[Image taken 29.11.21] Burton Stone Lane, York.

[Image taken 29.11.21] Burton Stone Lane, York.

[Image taken 29.11.21] Burton Stone Lane, York.

[Image taken 29.11.21] Field View, junction with Tennyson Avenue, York. Replacement street name sign (see: #170573). Can posts (existing infra) be used for temporary road signs? Context: # Other images today: #176416, #176417, #176418, #176 ... [more]

Cycle parking at Edinburgh road shops in Jarrow.

Awkward access to the Ponte Milvio, Roma

Steps on the cycleway along the Tiber into Rome

The cycleway along the Tiber into Rome returning to the embankment

Short section of shared-use path on the traffic-free route along the Tiber into Rome

Serious traffic-calming where access to a tennis club crosses the cycleway along the Tiber into Rome

Short gap in the traffic-free route along the Tiber into Rome where a road crosses the levee.

The cycleway along the Tiber into Rome dipping below a road bridge.

Short gap in the traffic-free route along the Tiber into Rome where a road crosses the levee.

The cycleway along the Tiber into Rome returning to the traffic-free levee.

The cycleway along the Tiber into Rome briefly on-road to pass beneath a railway

The cycleway along the Tiber into Rome

Bridge on the traffic-free route along the Tiber into Rome

Map of the cycleway along the Tiber into Rome

Map of the cycleway along the Tiber into Rome

A road crossing the Tiber levee and the cycleway

Short gap in the traffic-free route along the Tiber into Rome

The cycle route along the Tiber into Rome, dipping beneath a road bridge.

Footbridge across the Tiber, closed to all.

The cycle route along the Tiber into Rome - on a levee protecting the flood plain.

The horizontals have been removed from the fence on the west side of the brook. They were on the outside of the posts, which I guess was the wrong side.

Start of the cycle route along the Tiber into Rome

The cycle route across the Tiber seems to be below the A90 Roma ring road

Cycleway towards the cycle route along the Tiber into Rome

The wooden fences are going up on the path beside the realigned brook

Access to the route across the Tiber on the A90 Roma ring road bridge

Take the crossing to the left for the cycle route along the Tiber into Rome

Shared-use path under the A90 Roma ring road

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[Update: The hedge was trimmed on 14.7.21] [Image taken 23.6.21] Field View junction with Tennyson Avenue, York. This uncut hedge means pedestrians, including neighbours with wheeled walkers, and some very young children, can't use the pave ... [more]

This junction between the Trail on Ditton Meadows, and the path from Ditton Walk & Wadloes Road, now has a bit of splay - and a new marker post.

Start of the cycle route along the Tiber into Rome

Blue and white markers to turn right here on the Via Francigena entering Roma.

Blue and white markers on the Via Francigena entering Roma.

Bumpy but attractive road arriving in the outer suburbs of Rome

No idea why the sign shows cycles as banned here - it's the Via Francigena cycle route.

Tiny blue and white marker - turn left here on the Via Francigena

Not clear - the cyclists' Via Francigena (blue and white) stays on the road to the left, the walker's route goes up steps to the right.

Not clear - the cyclists' Via Francigena (blue and white) stays on the road to the left, the walker's route goes up steps to the right.

Turn right here on the Via Francigena

End of asphalt on the Via Francigena

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  • Icon 176320 Cyclists' cafĂ© on NCN routes 63 and 64 - www.cafe-ventoux.cc
  • Icon 176311 This section of Newark Road is heavily used by children cycling to and from school. It would benefit from a cycle lane and less parked cars in the area.
  • Icon 176310 Lucignano d'Arbia is a lovely little village on the old Via Cassia which is now separated from the Via Francigena by a river - it should be possible to divert here using quiet roads.
  • Icon 176288 Very narrow, unable to pass on foot without stepping into road on blind corner. High volume of HGV's.
  • Icon 176248 Any prospect of the access routes for the Viking Link being made into public footpaths on completion of the works
  • Icon 176247 Beesby village is a low key rat run for some local traffic (including HGV's despite the warning signs at each end). It is mostly a single track road and has no footpaths at all. All this means that there is no safe place to walk or exercise without travelling elsewhere. Historically there was a 'footpath right of way' linking Fen Lane to the next village of Maltby. This is now farmland, but in my view the route could be re-established with minimal cost or disruption. I'm sure the same scenario exists elsewhere in the county too.
  • Icon 176231 Improving the cycle path along Wragby Road from Sudbrooke so that it connects with the new cycle path on the new ring road would make sense.
  • Icon 176218 Ground gets muddy. Needs mesh or path through grass
  • Icon 176217 Nowhere to go safely from here. Safe crossing of Church Street needed
  • Icon 176151 This footpath section is littered with abandoned scrap cars that are used for drug dropoffs. It is environmentally hazardous and is encouraging fly tipping. Numerous children use this footpath as their means to getting to school and it is not fit for purpose. Clear the junk cars that have been abandoned by the family who live there BUT Do Not Own the Land, yet claim they do. Check with the Parish council!!!!!
  • Icon 176150 This is a crazy busy road, LGV's mixing it up with schoolchildren, mums with pushchairs, cyclists and angry SUV drivers. Wholesale changes need to be made to prevent carmageddon. The whole town centre from this point on jams up every day. Make it more pleasant for pedestrians and cyclists and less attractive for car drivers, restrictions on LGV's, smaller delivery vehicles can be used. This is a residential area, please help make it more pleasant. Can't believe you listened to the few complaints on the proposed cycle lanes earlier in the year, that was very disappointing. People need to be nudged to change behaviour. Your role as the local Highways Authority is to lead.
  • Icon 176149 The pavement on Manilla Street has been badly damaged. This damage is adjacent to the large building site at the eastern end of the road. The pavement by the dropped kerb at the entrance to the building site is now so smashed that a wheelchair user would not be able to use this section. In addition, today (25.11.21) the pavement was completely blocked by the builders, but no ramp was provided for wheelchair or buggy users to get down on to the road to cross to the opposite pavement. A safe and accessible pavement is crucial on this street as it is used as a rat-run by drivers avoiding the roundabout on Marsh Wall and cars and vans regularly drive past at high speed. The pavement on each side is not very wide and an accident could occur if a pedestrian is forced into the street when a speeding van is coming through. More considerate building practices are needed by this company, wider pavement with adequate dropped kerbs needs to be maintained and speed checks need to be undertaken in this area, please.

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