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Photo listing : road environments

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This listing only shows photos within Bearsden.
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Incorrect 'hazard' tactiles used for a road crossing.

Although the Wester Way has already been launched, the toucan crossing across Wester Cleddans Road has still to be commissioned.

A direct connection to the main north-south path, without any obstructions (see for contrast #88250). (The top surface has still to be applied to the path in the picture here.)

Humped road crossing for path on way to new park, but demolished bollard and footway parking in housing development that has been designed for car commuters.

Some dropped kerbs have been installed on Milngavie Road and at the turn from Macfarlane Road into Kessington Drive, restoring the connection possible before the pedestrian crossing was moved. See also #85484. However, southbound it is a ... [more]

Some dropped kerbs have been installed at the turn from Macfarlane Road into Kessington Drive and on Milngavie Road, restoring the connection possible before the pedestrian crossing was moved. See also #85485.

The new cycle connection between Killermont Road and Macfarlane Road, on the interim Bears Way route. See also #85481.

No sign at the turn into Cluny Avenue, on the interim Bears Way route. The previous time I came through here there was a direction sign on the lamppost, but it had been damaged by passing traffic, since it stuck out into the carriageway ... [more]

No sign on the turn into Cluny Drive, other than "No Through Road except cycles", on the Bears Way interim route.

The shared-use footway alongside Maryhill Road ends at this new toucan crossing, from where the interim Bears Way route continues through Cluny Park. A "Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway" sign has been provided just beyond the crossing, so footwa ... [more]

Shared-use footway on Maryhill Road at the entrance to the Garscube Estate. A gap has been left in the central reservation for those turning right off of the main A81 dual carriageway. See also #85470.

Messy kerbs at Garscube Mill on what is now a shared-use footway alongside Maryhill Road.

The end of phase 1 of the Bears Way cycle route, and having had priority at numerous junctions, this Give Way means cyclists will have to stop for cars turning into Burnmouth Place. The old cycle lane continues for only a few metres beyo ... [more]

After digging around in the leaves, this member of the study tour found a dropped kerb that may have been intended to allow cyclists to leave the carriageway and use the traffic island crossing to get across the road. But there is no signag ... [more]

No dedicated space for cycling on this section of busy Milngavie Road has led to this chap riding along the footway.

The Bears Way cycle track crosses from one side of the A81 to the other, one of the main reasons for not using it cited by people who continue to cycle on the main carriageway. I'm guessing the traffic signal poles are still to be reloca ... [more]

The cycletrack gets narrower at the car parking layby, presumably to offer protection from the door-zone. But it just juts out without any transition.

A strange coloured strip (see also #70938) in the door-zone of a car parking layby.

A strange coloured strip that ends abruptly at the build-out for the toucan crossing, then the red cycle lane starts beyond.

A continuous footway and a painted cycle lane on Main Street, but in poor condition.

Following on from #70935, once across the footway, cyclists are provided with a painted cycle lane that follows a right-angled bend around the end of Southgate, before heading towards Park Road. But there will always be parked cars here. Su ... [more]

Such a nonsense to put a painted kerbside cycle lane in a dead-end (for motors) street that is always going to be full of residential car parking.

Lots of space dedicated to motoring with pedestrians and cyclists caged in on split pedestrian crossing (not even a toucan crossing).

The cycle route crosses the newly built Kirkintilloch Initiative Road on a split pedestrian crossing, rather than a toucan crossing.

On-road cycle lanes in Lenzie, with centre-line removal. The road isn't wide enough for cycle lanes and general traffic lanes so drivers drive in the cycle lanes, at least where there aren't parked cars in them.

The continuation of the Strathkelvin Railway Path in Industry Street, but no dropped kerb to access path directly from road. However, a nearby dropped kerb allows a short ride along the footway to gain access, with limited sight-lines due t ... [more]

Toucan crossing across Parliament Road, and ramp up to Industry Street, making the Strathkelvin Railway Path more user-friendly.

Continuous footway over sideroad on Milngavie Road, Bearsden. See also #67974.

Still in East Dunbartonshire, where they really care about pedestrians & cyclists. #glasgowcycleinfraday https://twitter.com/kennymunro/status/563447202950184963

New pinch-point on Milngavie Road at Hillfoot station.

End of the road at Lennox Forest. Cyclists can continue through to Balmore from here, but some of the paths can be muddy and there are a couple of stiles to climb over.

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