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You must go left to stay on Bridleway

One of many information plaques along the bridle way

many of the features along the Craggs

Do not cycle on this footpath

Place name

Important sign with regards to NOT cycling on footpaths

Craggs Cottage

Road to car parking area for Creswell Craggs

Facing EAST along the Craggs bypass

Stables at the Equestrian Centre...Riding school

Derelict stone wall

Bend in the track

If you need a rest

important information sign...there are many of the same on this bridleway

Exit as you cycle East on the bridleway adjacent to the Creswell Crags bypass

Blue information sign

Entrance onto bridleway on the Creswell Crags bypass

Workstand at Addenbrooke’s.

@RoyalMail when will you instruct your drivers that bike lanes and especially fully segregated ones are not for parking, especially when options are available? South West City Way segregated lane in Glasgow @GlasgowCC https://t.co/MZYDmZ8We ... [more]

@cyclestreets @livingstreets Only #cycle parking at Chawton Park Surgery, #Alton likely to leave your bicycle needing treatment 'after' a visit. No wonder most patients travel by car and NHS overwhelmed by dealing with sedentary-life ... [more]

This type of infra is excellent but will be wasted money unless protective measures are included too. @GlasgowCC @collin_little @GoBikeGlasgow https://t.co/QRSaqPbHhQ

I'm not normally one for ragging on my colleagues but this shiny new car park at Gloucester station is an active travel crime scene. True @bollocksinfra https://t.co/c1octJbVNO

Looking into Welbeck estate from the edge of Clumber Park

Looking across the Worksop/Ollerton road into Clumber Park

Bridleway sign into Welbeck estate from the Worksop/Ollerton road

Blue tin roofed building on your right as you cycle through Welbeck towards Clumber Park

The track crosses a private road

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Norfolk Street sign

Altrincham Hospital. UPDATE 16/1/19 There is to be a signage survey UPDATE There is, however, a facility in the basement, down the ramp, in the farthest corner, for cycle parking sufficient for about 10 cycles available to both staff and vi ... [more]

Down the gully on the track from Clumber Park into Welbeck

Up hill entrance to the gully taking you towards Clumber Park

Narrow gap leading to a gully....which can be very muddy at times

restricted byway sign.....rideable....Drinking Pit Lane

Dwelling on the right with restricted byway straight on into the estate

Private road no entry

Footpath either side of the road not suitable for cycling

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  • Icon 104581 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 104580 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 104579 Cycle parking for nearby shops and icecream parlour.
  • Icon 104578 Additional parking near local shops
  • Icon 104577 New theatre opened and there are no cycle stands nearby.
  • Icon 104576 Although there is maybe 20 stands, they are often all full by 8.45am. With the increase in local users following residential and commerical developments, more cycle parking is required please.
  • Icon 104541 It’s a street with a lot of condensed housing, where many people don’t have cars. There are no bike hangars within 5 minutes walk. All the hangars in our area are full with waiting lists. It’s also not a particularly busy place to park for cars
  • Icon 104530 Situated at the junction of the A6 and Crawley Green Road is the entrance to a cycle path following the railway towards Luton Airport Parkway Station. I cycle to Parkway station from Crawley Green Road and find the turn onto the cycle path tricky. I either have to stop in the road to lift my bike up the kerb, or transition onto the pavement a little earlier where there is a dropped kerb for the pedestrian crossing. I do not like having to use the pavement here, especially with pedestrians and it being narrow, not to mention illegal. But nor do I like stopping on a dual carriageway with fast traffic around me. For people coming from the A6 their only option is to try and get up the kerb. I have marked in white on the image, the points at which I can either mount the pavement at the crossing or stop to get up the kerb. I've also sketched a possible design in red, for a new dropped kerb, short on-pavement cycle path, and a railing to ensure some division between cycles and pedestrians to avoid collisions when coming off the road. I feel that this design would allow people to exit the road at speed, and give a short distance to safely slow down before turning, without being in the road. Making this junction safer to navigate. The alternative would be a dropped kerb immediately in front of the cycle path, but this is likely to cause cyclists to slow down suddenly and turn quickly, potentially confusing and hazardous for drivers and pedestrians alike.
  • Icon 104529 Situated at the junction of the A6 and Crawley Green Road is the entrance to a cycle path following the railway towards Luton Airport Parkway Station. I cycle to Parkway station from Crawley Green Road and find the turn onto the cycle path tricky. I either have to stop in the road to lift my bike up the kerb, or transition onto the pavement a little earlier where there is a dropped kerb for the pedestrian crossing. I do not like having to use the pavement here, especially with pedestrians and it being narrow, not to mention illegal. But nor do I like stopping on a dual carriageway with fast traffic around me. For people coming from the A6 their only option is to try and get up the kerb. I have marked in white on the image, the points at which I can either mount the pavement at the crossing or stop to get up the kerb. I've also sketched a possible design in red, for a new dropped kerb, short on-pavement cycle path, and a railing to ensure some division between cycles and pedestrians to avoid collisions when coming off the road. I feel that this design would allow people to exit the road at speed, and give a short distance to safely slow down before turning, without being in the road. Making this junction safer to navigate. The alternative would be a dropped kerb immediately in front of the cycle path, but this is likely to cause cyclists to slow down suddenly and turn quickly, potentially confusing and hazardous for drivers and pedestrians alike.
  • Icon 104449 I cycle everyday from Greenwich to Waterloo. There is excellent bike storage in other parts around Greenwich, but nothing in maze hill area.
  • Icon 104447 I have started a new job in Mayfair but there is not any place in the building where I can leave my bike. Is there any safe place where I could leave it in that area?
  • Icon 104225 Cedar road we need a bike stand, storage or parking. Would be greatly appreciated

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