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Showing items 101 to 200 from total of 662 items. Ordered by photo # descending.

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129838Photo #129838Please keep motor vehicles out of the park so that people on foot and bikes and rollerblades (yes I've seen that too now) can enjoy it. Parks are not for cars.Temporary closure:
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129833Photo #129833Since motor vehicles have been stopped from driving through the park it has been wonderful for pedestrians and there are reduced hours for cycling too, which appear to be working. Please keep it traffic free.Temporary closure:
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128932Photo #128932Dangerous. Please install curbed cycle lane along rocks lane. Do this right and you could put protected cycling from the upper Richmond road all the way to Hammersmith bridge. Wow.Cycleway:
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128253Photo #128253Needs a dedicated cycle lane, cyclists are forced into this road due to Richmond Park closures. Cars overtake fast and close.Cycleway:
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128252Photo #128252This roads needs a cycle lane, as cyclists are not allowed to go through Richmond Park at certain times, this road is dangerous with close passes by cars, even when there is no oncoming traffic.Cycleway:
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128250Photo #128250Heavily used by cyclists and pedestrians, esp school children, cars drive at cyclists and don’t give children enough space when overtakingCycleway:
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128248Photo #128248Park heavily used by pedestrians and cyclists, road is narrow and cars drive at cyclists even though they are on the wrong side of the road.Temporary closure:
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127677Photo #127677It’s not wide enough to walk down feeling safe as the car/buses travel too close.

The pavement needs to be widened.
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127526Photo #127526No cycle path & very hard junction for cyclists turning rightCycleway:
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127427Photo #127427It’s not wide enough to walk down feeling safe as the car/buses travel too close.

The pavement needs to be widened.
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127316Photo #127316Street closure to support children riding to school here.Temporary closure:
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127298Photo #127298Problem - people do not feel it safe to cycle.

Solution - a segregated cycle lane along broad lane. This will enable families, shoppers and commuters to connect to Bushy Park safely and then onwards to Teddington/Kingston.

The road is wide enough, the demand is there and the government just announced £2.5bn money for this sort of thing.
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127295Photo #127295Cars speed down udney park road and use it as a rat run. It is a residential road with lots of young children playing. One of them will be killed if something is not done. Block this road to stop rat running. It doesn’t really matter where it is blocked - at one end or the other or in the middle.Temporary closure:
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127293Photo #127293The gate is too narrow for disabled cyclists, cargo bikes, tandems and bike trailers. This restricts their access to Roehampton GateCycleway:
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127292Photo #127292This is another dangerous road for cycling. Cars speed and swerve around parked cars. A bidirectional curbed cycle lane here (removing parking if needed but might not be) would connect Teddington to Bushy park with safe cycling. From there Teddington is connected all the way to Kingston with safe cycle routes. This would be a game changer.Cycleway:
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127235Photo #127235Problem - people do not feel it safe to cycle.

Solution - a segregated cycle lane along broad lane. This will enable families, shoppers and commuters to connect to Bushy Park safely and then onwards to Teddington/Kingston.

The road is wide enough, the demand is there and the government just announced £2.5bn money for this sort of thing.
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126292Photo #126292Cars parking here reducing an already narrow road which is usually busy with pedestrians, horses and cycles. Should be kept vehicle free or at worst no vehicle parking.Temporary closure:
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126231Photo #126231First Cross Road is one way. Cyclists often cycle the wrong way up this road. If this footpath could be dual use and slightly wider, cyclists could cycle safely on the path. There are no houses this side of the road so would not obstruct entrances.Cycleway:
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126179Photo #126179Motor vehicles shouldn't drive along George St (may be buses allowed?) Pestrians and bikes only pleaseTemporary closure:
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126007Photo #126007Pavement far too narrow for safety, please extend in to road.Track:
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126005Photo #126005Needs system in place for safe crossing as social distancing not possible due to very restricted space.Track:
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126003Photo #126003Needs system to cross footbridge safely as social distancing not possibleTrack:
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125969Photo #125969Doesn't need to be a through road and should be walking and cycling only.Temporary closure:
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125968Photo #125968This doesn't need to be a through road and should be walking and cycling only.Temporary closure:
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125966Photo #125966Pavement space is poor, and cars are prioritised over pedestrians here. Also needs a proper crossing.Track:
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125046Photo #125046Close this road at school pick up and drop off to improve access for children walking and cycling.Temporary closure:
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125044Photo #125044Roads here should be filtered at school pick up and drop offTemporary closure:
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124804Photo #124804Stanley road needs a cycle lane from Strathmore road to central teddington.Cycleway:
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123582Photo #123582Roundabout needs changing to be better for those on bikes, especially going right coming from Kingston - getting in lane without getting run over is hard.Cycleway:
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123579Photo #123579Protected cycleway widened than paint only line currently which is too narrow. Take space from hatching paint on the road and parking outside Hampton Court Gardens.Cycleway:
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123320Photo #123320M&S, Sandy’s and Brown’s are all very busy (which is good!) but the q’s make the footpath almost impossible to walk along. Could road capacity be reduced to allow wider footpath? Or close a pedestrian crossing to avoid overlap between it and queuing customers? With Nando’s and other shops opening this week I imagine the problem will get worse along high street.Track:
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123186Photo #123186Relocate the zebra crossings away from the junction to improve pedestrian safetyTrack:
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123184Photo #123184Make clearer that the zebra crossing here is a ‘tiger crossing’ which allows bikes to cross too- currrently the bike element is the wrong side of the Belisha beaconsCycleway:
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122994Photo #122994The cycle path running alongside the river at Canbury Gardens needs resurfacing urgentlyCycleway:
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122804Photo #122804Pavements are much too narrow, made narrower by allowed pavement parking and impassable by any recycling bins. Stepping into the road to social distance is dangerous due to speeding traffic, regular buses, and an unprotected cycle route. Improve by eliminating street parking on both sides of the street, widen pavements, and add protection for the cycle lane which is already too narrow and unprotected. All this along strawberry vale/twickenham road/manor road between Waldegrave road and Ferry Road/A313Track:
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122769Photo #122769Cycling InfastructureCycleway:
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122768Photo #122768Needs cycle way, plus the two lanes either side of the lights creates a pinch point for cars bullying for space that I have seen crashes and a lot of bear misses from.Cycleway:
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122739Photo #122739This area is incredibly dangerous for cyclists.
The paths are unnecessarily wide and much of this space could be given up for cyclists. To ensure safety for children commuting to school on bikes.
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122615Photo #122615Think the small bridge here is impassable for any non-standard bikes.Cycleway:
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122612Photo #122612Although this road is closed to cars, the poor surfacing makes it hard to use for walking or cycling. Proper surfacing needed.Track:
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122600Photo #122600A filter here would prevent drivers using Tangier Road to bypass the queue onto Clifford Avenue, and massively reduce traffic in this network of roads.Temporary closure:
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122593Photo #122593School needs space to support children arriving by foot and bike safely.Temporary closure:
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122591Photo #122591Use of one lane each way for cars severly constricts space for walking.Track:
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122402Photo #122402It's very hard to cycle in any direction here, because of shared paths or non-existent cycle lanes. Needs protection on all arms.Cycleway:
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122395Photo #122395Narrow pavement and parked cars by shops make social distancing difficultTrack:
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122393Photo #122393Narrow, one way street could be a much more pleasant cycle route if pavement parking was removedCycleway:
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122323Photo #122323Teddington high street is very dangerous for cycling. Cars speed all the time. Parked cars force bicycles into the road. Remove parking from one side of the road and replace it with bidirectional curbed bike lane. Would transform TeddingtonCycleway:
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122283Photo #122283This is a hideous place to be on a bike (or indeed on foot) much more space needed for walking and cyclingCycleway:
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121022Photo #121022Road should be changed to a one way from A307 towards Ham. Parking bays could then be marked at 45° angle between A307 and exit of Cassel hospital. In addition a contraflow cycle path could then be marked.Temporary closure:
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120004Photo #120004Takeaway restaurants are open on Petersham Road, customers awaiting orders do not queue in a line, they cluster around the entrance waiting for their order to be called. The customers may be 2 m apart but it is IMPOSSIBLE for pedestrians to pass and achieve social distancing, to achieve social distancing pedestrians must walk in the middle of the road. Pavement needs to be widened.Track:
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119894Photo #119894Need measures to prevent cars parking in cycle laneCycleway:
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119184Photo #119184Very busy by park gate, remove parking and widen pavementsTrack:
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118707Photo #118707Protected cycle lanesCycleway:
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118705Photo #118705Traffic Filter needed to stop rat runningTemporary closure:
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118648Photo #118648Since Richmond Park has been closed to traffic it's been so much nicer in there especially for families! please keep the park closed to traffic so it can't be used as a bypass to get to Richmond.Temporary closure:
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118252Photo #118252Large numbers of people walking to and from Richmond Oark here. There's only one narrow footway. There is existing priority working for traffic. Ofthen there's congestion and vehicles mounting the footway when Richmond Park is open. Changes needed to maintain safe passage for pedestrians and people on bikes.Temporary closure:
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118042Photo #118042Since Bushy Park has been closed to cars it has been fantastic for families with children to explore the park safely. Please make the closure of Chestnut Avenue to motor vehicles permanent.Temporary closure:
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118033Photo #118033Painted cycle lane constantly filled by parked cars.Cycleway:
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117368Photo #117368Kingston's temporary cycle lane (which is fantastic) tips you out onto an unprotected road and roundabout which creates a worse conflict for cycles/vehicles than before, on the Richmond side. Can Richmond please do something to protect people using cycles here, like Kingston has done on its side of the bridge?Cycleway:
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117365Photo #117365Extremely narrow pavement along this whole stretch of the High Street - pedestrians constantly need to step into the road in order to keep 2m distanceTrack:
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117364Photo #117364Extremely narrow pavement along this whole stretch of the High Street - pedestrians constantly need to step into the road in order to keep 2m distanceTrack:
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116869Photo #116869Very narrow pathway adjacent to 30mph road, on a path used by many children.Track:
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111529Photo #111529Cycle parking needed here.Cycle parking:
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111500Photo #111500Look at fragmented map on my photo!

Ed: thanks for letting us know about the problem, this has happened since the iOS13 update, until it is fixed switch to the Apple Vector map style.
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109693Photo #109693Lots of stolen bikes in this area by professional thieves with angle grinders.Cycle parking:
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109029Photo #109029Hammersmith Bridge - closed to motor vehicles, open to cyclesGeneral sign/notice:
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signs
109012Photo #109012From the 285 busCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
109011Photo #109011Supermarket parking Uxbridge Road, HanworthCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
107818Photo #107818Cycle parking present here.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
107644Photo #107644Cycle parking present here.Cycle parking:
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107642Photo #107642Cycle parking present here.Cycle parking:
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107641Photo #107641Cycle parking present here.Cycle parking:
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107640Photo #107640Cycle parking present here.Cycle parking:
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107639Photo #107639Cycle parking present here.Cycle parking:
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107355Photo #107355Hammersmith Bridge pictured in the year it opened, 1827. It has now been restored back to a bridge for pedestrians only t.co/UveUeyqN3t

Opened 6 Oct 1827
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammersmith_Bridge
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106998Photo #106998Cycle parking present here.Cycle parking:
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106750Photo #106750Electric vehicle charging point built in to a lamppost - by ubitricity.


@Emuziek @SeidelClint @lucullus @CarolineRussell @se1 @citycyclists @AdamDKHarrison @RantyHighwayman @justin_lester @victoriawalks @SouthwarkLS @livingstreets @LBRUT As promised! t.co/Fy5wv7q79q
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106694Photo #106694Walking to school is not always easy or safe when delivery vehicles park on the pavement near the school. #walktoSchool t.co/2YHUpMGiulCar storage:
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103573Photo #103573Hi - This is a development without enough secure bike storage, many residents say they would use bikes as a preferred method of transport if they could store them securely.Cycle parking:
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100147Photo #100147Cycle lane tapers to nothing as it passes a pinch pointCycleway:
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97684Photo #97684Humongous pothole at the #Kingston gate entrance of Richmond Park @richmondparkuk t.co/zTQIUGBsvtPothole:
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96893Photo #96893Cycle parking, Bushy ParkCycle parking:
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91121Photo #91121Why park over a cycle lane, isn't there a delivery bay near Hampton Court Bridge? @BidfoodUK t.co/cV1G4EjtdbCycleway:
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91050Photo #91050On site of RP GC. Adjacent to reception.Cycle parking:
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89303Photo #89303TeddingtonCycle parking:
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87375Photo #87375Cycle parking present here.Cycle parking:
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86301Photo #86301NCN route 4 approaching KingstonCycleway:
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86300Photo #86300NCN route 4 past Hampton Court PalaceCycleway:
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86299Photo #86299NCN route 4 past Hampton Court PalaceCycleway:
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86298Photo #86298NCN route 4 past Hampton Court PalaceCycleway:
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86297Photo #86297NCN route 4 past Hampton Court PalaceCycleway:
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86296Photo #86296No Cycling sign at Hampton Court PalaceGeneral sign/notice:
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signs
86295Photo #86295Start of NCN route 4 on the Thames Path past Hampton Court PalaceCycleway:
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86294Photo #86294Lots of lycra around Hampton Court at weekends.Road environment:
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86293Photo #86293Pedestrian and cyclist crossing to Hampton Court PalaceCycleway:
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86288Photo #86288Cycle track closed for works on Hampton Court BridgeRoadworks:
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86287Photo #86287This is not officially shared-use, but should be.Cycleway:
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86286Photo #86286Junction of cycle routes in Bushy ParkCycleway:
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86285Photo #86285Map and cycle route across Bushy ParkCycleway:
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86284Photo #86284Cycle route across Bushy ParkCycleway:
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