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Photo listing : cycleways

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This listing only shows photos within Renfrewshire.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Other than the barriers in #87543, a good job has been made of the replacement footbridge at Hillington.

A segregated cycle lane at Saucel Street that doesn't connect up with the main road (behind camera).

Faded footway cycle route (which only goes around the corner and into the supermarket) starts without a dropped kerb, and faded on-road cycle lane.

Rather than continue the short distance to connect up with the cycle path from Lochwinnoch station to the village, the roundabout-avoiding cycle path just gives up with a dropped kerb and a lit 'End of Route' sign. The footway gets so narro ... [more]

Poor quality roundabout-avoiding facility on the A737 at Roadhead Roundabout.

A ramp and steps up to the Greenock Road toucan crossing.

The only sign that indicates that the cycle route is on the footway, and these two didn't realise that the route went straight on here rather than following the road around the bend.

This shared-use footway is far too narrow, but space on road wasted with hatching! No dropped kerb for crossing side street either.

Shared use path on the right. Notice the small 'cycle path' on the left, presumably so cyclists can join the shared use path. Unfortunately there's no dropped kerb on the shared use path and the location is just at a bend on a 40mph roa ... [more]

A shared-use footway in Paisley, complete with sign posts

The cycleway alongside Ben Nevis Road, and the gate into the park beyond, on NCN7 and NCN75

One of Renfrewshire's beautiful cycle paths. Designed to be used to cross the road and onto the shared use path which begins on the other side. Awful surface and full of litter.

A shared-use footway alongside new road serving Dargavel housing development near Bishopton

Worn out cycle markings and poor drainage on path in Barshaw Park, at level crossing with miniature railway

Worn out cycle markings on path in Barshaw Park

Worn out cycle markings on path in Barshaw Park

Cyclists have not been considered in the revised road layout. These traffic signals have been installed without any provision being made for the cycle route, possibly because there wasn't any special provision before the junction was signal ... [more]

The two-way cycle track used to be protected by bollards, but they've been removed, leaving cyclists cycling into on-coming traffic with no separation. The road markings are badly worn, so there is little to tell motorists to stay off this ... [more]

The two-way cycle track is not linked into the junction, it just ends and cyclists have to find their own way across. None of the crossings are toucan crossings and the road is one-way.

Shared use footway route crossing car-park entrance, with none of the signage or 'give way' markings or found at other crossings

Shared-use footway in Hillington Park

Line-segregated shared-use footway in Hillington Park, with Give Way markings at unused road-mouth

Random start to pavement cycle track along Mossland Drive, with no dropped kerb at start. The adjoining Hillington Road is a far busier road and has no cycle facilities, not even at the motorway junction.

Relics Location: , Kilbarchan (Scotland, United Kingdom) The old station platform at Kilbarchan. I liked when stations and other railway fixtures were still in evidence.

Footway cycle route and toucan crossing on King's Inch Drive, near IKEA store

Link from Braehead Shopping Centre to riverside promenade

Cycle track approaching the Erskine Bridge

Give Way to a fence! It would be more appropriate to put the Give Way in at the road crossing, which is closer to a blind corner off to the left.

Paisley to Barrhead cycle path, leaving Paisley. Not sure what the Give Way is about.

Current end of Paisley to Barrhead cycle path. Handy for the bus stop. Roughly midway between Paisley and Barrhead. UPDATE June 2014: The path to Barrhead has now opened. http://www.eastrenfrewshire.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=5142 htt ... [more]

2009-07-05 003 River Gryfe, Bridge of Weir

NCN 75 in Bridge of Weir. There is a piece of railway themed art every mile on the cycle track. Note the neds contribution at the bottom.

The 16 milepost on NCN 75. One of the dogs. There is one on each side of the path.

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