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Photo listing : tracks

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

Pavement is extended several feet out into carriageway just past bus stop. I have seen vehicles collide with this as it is completely unexpected, and unnecessary. Each time I cycle past this location I am still shocked at how easily misse ... [more]

Pavement required down to the end of the houses where the Kilbarchan sign is

Parking restrictions required at corner & crossing for pedestrians improved.

Pavement too narrow

More people walking to/from village into/out of Forehouse Road, only path on one side, traffic comes speeding from Bridge of Weir over a hill, very bad junction for drivers trying to turn right into the village and in general for cyclist/pe ... [more]

Cars park on a wide section of pavement, if they don’t traffic flow is difficult especially for buses. Needs a solution......

Pavement too narrow, walking into road to pass also people parking either side of the road means you don’t have a clear view.

The pavement here is less than 3 feet wide! Which would be fine if it were a quiet village, but it seems to be a favourite for motorists avoiding speed cameras!

Pavement is too narrow. There can be cars parked partly on the pavement. There are cyclists on the pavement because there are always cars in the cycle lane.

A path from Dykebar Hospital over to Strathcarron Road.

A very poor surface on the path from Strathcarron Drive to Dykebar Hospital.

A very poor surface on the path from Dykebar Hospital to Strathcarron Drive, with raised edges creating a trip hazard and hazard for bike tyres.

The end of the overgrown section of Shilton Lane. The northern section is the access to various properties.

It's hard to believe that this is right alongside the M898 motorway. The most intense vegetation is just ahead, and includes nettles.

The middle section of Shilton Lane is somewhat overgrown. This could be replaced by a path.

The southern section of Shilton Lane is a track leading to various properties and a farm.

The path alongside the roadway continues through to Irvine Drive.

Pretty sure this was never suitable for a cycle path.

More of the high quality infrastructure linking the Inchinnan Business Park and Glasgow Airport.

The cycle path goes off towards a very overgrown path to Glasgow Airport with no dropped kerb or easy way to rejoin the A726 to St James' Interchange.

This appears to be part of the route from the Inchinnan Swing Bridge to Porterfield Road. There are a few different paths, none of which is properly signed, none of which is of any quality.

Poor to start with, absolutely awful with no maintenance. This is on the marked cycle/pedestrian route from the Inchinnan Swing Bridge to Porterfield Road (Renfrew)

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