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Ramps added to the canal bridges along the river bank - very helpful for tourists with wheeled luggage.

Sculptures marking the site of the Arsenale and the Biennale Art exhibition.

View of the very busy Accademia footbridge, from the Peggy Guggenheim Collection museum, on the Grand Canal, Venice.

Ramps added to the canal bridges along the river bank - very helpful for tourists with wheeled luggage.

Ramps added to the canal bridges along the river bank - very helpful for tourists with wheeled luggage.

Walkway alongside the river in the Giardini part of Venice.

Kayaks on Rio della Misericordia

Water fountain in the Jewish ghetto area of the Cannaregio, Venice.

Temporary looking ramp added to the stone bridge on the river bank, Venice.

Calle de la Ancore Narrow passage in Castello, Venice

Piazza San Marco - taken from Azerbaijan's Biennale Pavilion which overlooks the square.

Traghetti are paddled across the Grand Canal in Venice, weaving in between the oncoming motorized Vaporetti - which act as the city's public system. A traghetto is a gondola used as a ferry to cross the canal for 2.5 Euros. Two oars peop ... [more]

Gondolas - well it is Venice. The church is Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Miracoli and in the film "Don't Look Now" the character played by Donald Sutherland is seen running over that bridge.

Piazza San Marco - dominated by the ugly Campanile.

I saw the same bicycle-themed display in another branch of this shop in Venice - where cycling is prohibited.

Washing strung across the street and the only obstacle is a dis-used well.

Hand cart used for refuse collection.

Hand carts for transporting goods between boats, shops and the markets.

[Image taken 25.9.22] Screwfix (Clifton Moor), Stirling Road, York. Other image this issue here today and links: #186300.

[Image taken 25.9.22] Screwfix (Clifton Moor), Stirling Road, York. Other image this issue here today and links: #186301. My bidon is around 7cm wide which means this pothole is around that deep. More than enough to unseat someone and damag ... [more]

[Image taken 25.9.22] Screwfix (Clifton Moor), Stirling Road, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] How do you get a cycle into these spaces? The access between the supports and the hedge is just 74cm, there’s very little room to m ... [more]

[Image taken 25.9.22] Screwfix (Clifton Moor), Stirling Road, York. The supports are not long enough… you wheel a cycle into cycle parking (or reverse it) and you need space in front of or behind the wheel. If you don’t have an integral ... [more]

[Image taken 25.9.22] Screwfix (Clifton Moor), Stirling Road, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] The racks in relation to the entrance to the retail outlet. They look straightforward to find, and practical to use. If only... Other ... [more]

[Image taken 25.9.22] Screwfix (Clifton Moor), Stirling Road, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] Context and links: #186295.

[Image taken 25.9.22] Screwfix (Clifton Moor), Stirling Road, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] Why does someone put cycle parking behind car parking? Why is it not picked up by planners that if there is motor vehicle parking in ... [more]

[Image taken 25.9.22] Wickes, Lysander Close, Clifton Moor, York. [NOTE: No streetview at this location] Five cycles using the racks at this DIY outlet today. The bollards protect: the cycles, the people on them, and the large manoeuvring s ... [more]

[Image taken 25.9.22] Wigginton Road, York. This sign has an exploded sandbag beneath it. The bag is not doing its job – holding the sign in situ. It is creating a skid hazard. Disappointing, after the one opposite was cleared up: #186086 ... [more]

[Image taken 24.9.22] St Andrewgate, York. A stashed or abandoned sign, and a sandbag. Signs left like this can become hazards or be used as tools to destroy property or as weapons. Sandbags can explode (see: #186293). The grit released is ... [more]

Bin bags suspended from third floor windows for collection in the Castello area of venice. Note the uncluttered street, despite washing strung across to the opposite side and a street light affixed to the building.

Cycle signs and repair station

Entrance to cycleway

Cycle info board

Bike sculpture on cycle route in Sligo

Just another NHS clinic with a car park but no cycle stands.

The finger sign has gone, and it's not shown on the online maps, but there should be a bridleway here.

The finger sign has gone, and it's not shown on the online maps, but there should be a bridleway here.

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[UPDATE: First the sign, then the sand disappeared. I hope the latter was cleared up by humans rather than dispersed by wind, rain and/or the movement of people over it. But another instance has appeared on the opposite corner: #186293.] Im ... [more]

Large handcarts are used for transporting goods arriving by boat to market.

Venice bin collection: In the morning the bin collectors call out Zeno! and collect rubbish bags left outside doors or suspended by rope from upstairs windows using these large trolleys.

Cut-through past Trewartha care home, Carbis Bay - not on the online maps.

Cut-through to primary school, Carbis Bay - not on the online maps.

Cut-through to primary school, Carbis Bay - not on the online maps.

Public footpath west from Carbis Bay station - shown as a cycleway on OpenCycleMap. Hmmm.

Another bridleway towards the Bakers Pit Nature Reserve - not on the online maps, and not much use for cyclists.

Bad tree root damage to the path down from Campbell Street to the Stockingfield Bridge. While not ever going to be a main access route, it is still one that will be used by local people and this damage should have been addressed.

There isn't a good place to move from carriageway to the wide section of shared-use path in order to bypass vehicle queues for the lights and reach the cycle advance box (though there should be space on carriageway between the two lanes of ... [more]

Dropped kerb to move from shared-use path to cycle advance box doesn't make it easy to get towards the far side of the box if turning right towards Fulbourn.

Why advertise that the access ramps are open onto towpath at Stockingfield then allow vans to park on them forcing people into deep mud?. And I walked round from the house the other evening with yard brush to clean glass off I mentioned pre ... [more]

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  • Icon 186302 LTN, school stret
  • Icon 186277 Hostile road to anyone but cars. Not cycle or pedestrian friendly. Lots of traffic and pollution where children cross to go to school and commuters to train station. Chaotic at school drop off and pick up times. Cyclists have to use sidewalks because there is not protected bicycle infrastructure.
  • Icon 186273 The advisory cycle lane heading westwards here encourages close passes from cars, there often isn't space to pass safely, and the road surface is poor.
  • Icon 186257 August 2022 - Liskeard Town Council is proposing to limit Charter Way (the A390) to 30mph and to add a segregated cycle and footpath, plus a two-way cycle path on Plymouth Road and other changes including more 20mph zones.
  • Icon 186251 There is no safe access to the church by foot after the existing walkway ends.
  • Icon 186243 Cycle channels on bridge poor as too close to the bridge parapet so you have to push the bike leaning over. Of course this also means the route is inaccessible to trikes, families with child trailers and anyone with a disability as the ramped sections of the bridge are still stepped!
  • Icon 186242 Permissive path. Not clear if this is a cycle route. Needs clearer signs. If not a cycle route it should be as easily wide enough.
  • Icon 186241 Phone to get into the museum, which is actually a good method of allowing cycling and walking easy access.
  • Icon 186240 Route into Shuttleworth Museum does not exist as it's blocked by the run way, which is a shame as it's a good direct and calmed route.
  • Icon 186239 Path is horribly overgrown and partner on tandem had to duck to avoid branches and she is 5ft1! Shame it spoils a nice route.
  • Icon 186204 Vast and wide busy road, with school children trying to get to Lawnswood. 40mph traffic and vehicles often close pass. Plenty of space for a segregated bike lane, especially the south side where there is a wide verge.
  • Icon 186200 Bridge the New River and link Woodbury Grove to Eade Road for walking and cycling. Enables people to avoid Green Lanes which is a hostile and polluted place.

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