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150470Photo #150470Segregated cycle lane on the pavement as far as the ring road. Two way on the moor side as plenty of room and one way on other side.Cycleway:
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150422Photo #150422Improve connection from cycle crossing to Alma Street as currently very poor shared path. Make crossing single phase all the way across for cycling.Cycleway:
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149850Photo #149850A drop kerb is needed on Herries Rd South to allow cyclists to safely access the shared pedestrian/cycle footpath. Currently drop kerb is on the side road only, not safe for cyclists coming down the main road at this busy industrial estate access junction.Track:
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149173Photo #149173Wider pavement - can be achieved by removing parking bays. As soon as people queue for shops / ATM / banks, it is necessary to walk in the road. People chatting on the pavement makes it worse (including around the entrance to the Exchange, where there are the white railings, litter bins narrowing the footpath and people coming in and out).Track:
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148641Photo #148641Extend cycle path using mostly 3 metre wide existing path to fire station/Sainsbury's @ Bradway....cost next to nothing !Cycleway:
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146106Photo #146106Bike shopOther:
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146105Photo #146105E-bike shopBike shop:
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146087Photo #146087Connect Abbeydale Road to Archer Drive, then Sheaf Valley CyclewayCycleway:
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146086Photo #146086Existing cycleway, just needs the overgrown vegetation cutting back (Tesco land)Cycleway:
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146085Photo #146085Sustrans suggestion. Filter here then open the barriers on Archer Drive and re-route cars through the retail park, leaving a traffic calmed Archer Road / Sheaf Valley Cycle route.Temporary closure:
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146084Photo #146084Short cycle link between Smithy Wood Road and Little London Road with signal crossings.Cycleway:
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146083Photo #146083Separate out the cross road to filter. Woodhead Road west to Alderson Road north only. Then Alderson Road south (from Bramall Lane) to Woodhead Road NE only. Still leaves acess route via John St to London Road but makes rat run less convenient.Temporary closure:
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146082Photo #146082Close dangerous, narrow crossing and provide more room for pedestrians.Temporary closure:
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146081Photo #146081Sheldon Street due to reopen soon.

Do not allow this rat run to reappear. Traffic is working perfectly well via Boston St.
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146079Photo #146079Widen crossing, similar to Broomspring Lane and Broomhall St upgrades. Needs much more room for cyclists and pedestrians and can be done easily without moving signals. Just needs fencing removing and new drop kerbsTrack:
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146078Photo #146078Sort out messy junction. Very difficult to travel south of Bramall Lane then cross streams of traffic to pick up safe off road route.Cycleway:
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146077Photo #146077Bus gate, making the cycle route here more friendly with less cars who can easily use Bramall Lane or Queens Road.Temporary closure:
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146076Photo #146076Exit only filter to Queens RoadTemporary closure:
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146075Photo #146075Contra-flow cycle lane on Shoreham Street. Link to existing.Cycleway:
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146074Photo #146074Zebra or signaled traffic crossing.Cycleway:
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146073Photo #146073Widen narrow gap on designated cycle route to Suffolk Lane.Cycleway:
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146072Photo #146072Zebra crossing for Sheaf Valley CyclewayCycleway:
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146071Photo #146071Filter traffic trying to cut corner off ring road.Temporary closure:
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146070Photo #146070Filter after Kwik Fit.Temporary closure:
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146068Photo #146068Exit only on to Ecclesall Road. Lots ran run this way and makes the Pomona Cycle route less attractiveTemporary closure:
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146067Photo #146067Porter Brook Path - missing section of cyclewayCycleway:
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146055Photo #146055Zebra crossing for the Porter Brook Path.Track:
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146054Photo #146054Cycle and Ped only closure. Improves N to S cycle routeTemporary closure:
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146053Photo #146053Exit to Abbeydale Road only filter.Temporary closure:
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146050Photo #146050Sheaf Valley Cycle Route - Support new section of cycleway which the STEPS & next door developer are due to provideCycleway:
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146049Photo #146049Sheaf Valley Cycle Route - Under railway bridge it is Dark, no pavement and dangerous for cycles & peds. Easy, cheap planters to filter.Temporary closure:
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146048Photo #146048Prove cycle traffic lights to connect Heeley/Meersbrook to Sheaf Valley CyclewayCycleway:
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146047Photo #146047Sheaf Valley Cycle Route - Close Saxon Road and make cycle and expanded pavements only.Temporary closure:
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146046Photo #146046Sheaf Valley Cycle Route - One way Filter Saxon RoadTemporary closure:
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146045Photo #146045Sheaf Valley Cycle Route - Filter Staveley Road and provide temp traffic lights across the A621Temporary closure:
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146043Photo #146043Sheaf Valley Cycle Route - Remove chicanes and replace with bollardsCycleway:
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146042Photo #146042Rat running along Edmund Road to avoid traffic lights on Queens Road. One way filter hereTemporary closure:
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141804Photo #141804This is a through route for heavy lorries often travelling downhill at speed. It is used by cyclists to and from the Peak District as well as a main walking route for 2 local primary schools. Baslow Road would benefit from heavy lorry restrictions.Cycleway:
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141786Photo #141786Improve the surface of the path to widen the range of bikes which can use it.Cycleway:
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141134Photo #141134A shared path would be helpful a reduce accidents as the road and space narrows due to tram stop, I know several people who have fallen hereTrack:
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141132Photo #141132The road is too narrow and it is often congestedCycleway:
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141131Photo #141131Cut back overgrowth, widen pavementTrack:
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141113Photo #141113People queuing for b&m blocking the pavement forcing people to walk in the roadTrack:
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140530Photo #140530This section of road desperately needs a segregated cycle way. As a very busy walking route, the space should be taken from motor traffic, and walkways widened in the same program of work. It's very intimidating to cycle this road. I experience regular close passes here. Particularly travelling away from the city centre.Cycleway:
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140529Photo #140529This road is clogged with traffic and parked cars. It's the main route into Sheffield centre. A fully segregated cycle lane is needed from here, and into the city. The walkways on both sides are also too narrow. To make space, it will be necessary to change the road to allow motorised traffic in one direction only.Cycleway:
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139681Photo #139681Very dangerous right hand turning. Need a roundabout/traffic lights to ease turning or allow for right hand turn onto Brickhouse Lane for cyclistsCycleway:
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138113Photo #138113A new section of cycle way painted on the pavement. Several problems. First it narrows the pedestrian area so that people can’t safely social distance. It passes a bus stop creating conflict between cyclists and pedestrians trying to distance. Third, it lasts a few yards before turning cyclists back into the full maelstrom of motor traffic - and further hazard of left turning traffic into Summerfield Street. Finally, cyclists exiting from the Moore Street underpass then have to cross a busy slip road into Waitrose car park at a point where there is poor visibility for both cyclists and motorists.
A proper segregated cycle lane in the carriageway is badly needed along Ecclesall Road, with appropriate traffic lights, including at the Waitrose slip.
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137654Photo #137654Dreadful junction, difficult for pedestrians and cyclists to cross between woods - why is this road 40mph is beyond me. Unsafe for all except those in cars. Needs speed limit dropping and 2 - 3 zebra crossings across main routes across the woods.Cycleway:
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137431Photo #137431Needs bus lane to be 24 hours rather than just rush hour - all of Ecclesall Road and Ecclesall Rd SouthCycleway:
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137429Photo #137429Needs cycle laneCycleway:
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136889Photo #136889Need cycle path fro Bradfield road through Holme Lane to Malin BridgeCycleway:
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136872Photo #136872Good route into town for bikes, avoiding hills, but frequented by HGVs and other motor traffic. A cycleway would make it much safer, along the whole length of Carlisle RdCycleway:
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136831Photo #136831Upgrade to proper segregated cycle way on this section of the A61 as should have been done during construction.Cycleway:
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136808Photo #136808A designated cycle route/or specific cycle facilities in the Ponderosa, to encourage cycle use and provide a traffic free cycle route up the hill from the Kelham area to the University/Hospital.Cycleway:
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136732Photo #136732Social distancing is very hard along this pavement with all the shops starting to open again. People and joggers often have to duck into the bus lane, which is not safe. Allowing pedestrians into the bus lane and blocking it off from cars would help here. But then parking would be impossible for people accessing the businesses, so it's a tricky one.Track:
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136730Photo #136730Segregated cycleway would be beneficial due to speed differential between motor vehicles and people on bikes travelling up the hill.Cycleway:
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136727Photo #136727There is a new cycle way along the pavement here after the construction of the student accommodation buildings, but the bus stop here makes it very hard to avoid people on the pavement. The cycle lane also ends abruptly and dumps cyclists back onto the main road where cars are shifting lanes to turn left as well as go straight ahead. It's quite dangerous to join this when the speed of the cyclist on the pavement is naturally slow to protect pedestrians.Cycleway:
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136723Photo #136723Pavements on Crookes high street need to be widened to allow people to avoid crowding and allow space for queuing. Could easily be done by removing a few car parking spaces.Track:
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136720Photo #136720Improve the cycleway here as it can be dangerous due to the bendsCycleway:
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136718Photo #136718Shared pavement with cycles and pedestrians to encourage more cycling to/from HillsboroughCycleway:
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136717Photo #136717Create a cycleway off Langsett Road and onto Langsett Cr to enable cyclist to avpoid cycling next to the trams?Cycleway:
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136716Photo #136716Create a cycleway off Langsett Road and onto Langsett Cr to enable cyclist to avpoid cycling next to the trams?Cycleway:
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136715Photo #136715Shared pavement for cycles/pedestrians hereCycleway:
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136714Photo #136714Shared pavement for bikes and cycles hereCycleway:
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136697Photo #136697Why not make some of these side roads one way for cars, and block some residential streets in the middle to reduce traffic flow.Temporary closure:
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136310Photo #136310Cut back vegetation so cyclists and pedestrians can see traffic on toucan crossingCycleway:
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136303Photo #136303Buses wait for long periods forcing cyclists into outside lane and into path of cars coming off the roundabout. Make buses wait further down the road away from roundabout where there is more time to plan your moveCycleway:
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136127Photo #136127No cycle lane on this stretch of road. Difficult for cyclists to change lane and turn right.Cycleway:
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136118Photo #136118Improvement needed and a clear cycleway for cyclists coming from town along the first bit of Cemetery Road and wanting to turn right towards Waitrose Car Park and Ecclesall Road. At the moment you have to cut across the pavement (inconveniencing pedestrians) or cross the main road and then turn right again immediately. The town planners obviously aren't cyclists!Cycleway:
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136109Photo #136109The council needs to do regular cutting back of vegetation overgrowing onto the cycle ring route here. There's a blind corner anyway and the overgrowth makes collisions with occasional pedestrians more likelyCycleway:
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135884Photo #135884A 6102 has a path between Morehall and Deepcar which could be widened. Traffic is heavy and on one side a steep bankTrack:
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135781Photo #135781Improve pavement into dual purpose for pedestrians % cyclists between Deepcar & OughtibridgeTrack:
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135711Photo #135711Three narrow lanes of traffic, on a hill, several sets of traffic lights. No room for cyclists.Cycleway:
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135186Photo #135186Far too narrow; blind bend.Cycleway:
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135023Photo #135023Segregated cycle lane at very busy junction. Difficult to filter safely heading in and out of town from Manchester Road to Glossop RoadCycleway:
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135013Photo #135013Going up the hill, cars are overtaking with too little space considering the oncoming traffic and it's a left hand bend. Cycling up and down this road is akin to a death sentence.Cycleway:
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134727Photo #134727This nice looking cyclepath leads to a dead end. I think it's been like this for ten years, will it ever be finished?Cycleway:
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134657Photo #134657Ban park of the side of the road, allow to create 2 way cycle road.Cycleway:
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134648Photo #134648A new tower block will shortly be opened here and with it potentially more cars parking on the road. THis road is a big commuter road too with people commuting into the city. Creating a cycle route will further solidify the cycling commuters in the area and prevent cars parking on the parkign on the pavementCycleway:
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134640Photo #134640Very busy commuter route, would benefit from havign a cycle lane as more people are now cycling in the area.Cycleway:
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134593Photo #134593People are waiting on the fish and chips and post office, closing the road and widen the path will have more social distance hereTemporary closure:
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134533Photo #134533There's a tiny sliver of advisory cycle lane on this road that's wide enough for a dedicated lane all the way up.Cycleway:
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134384Photo #134384Cycle lane access from Crookes Road to Roslin RoadCycleway:
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134372Photo #134372Cycle lane access from Crookes Road to Parker's RoadCycleway:
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134322Photo #134322The entire A61 in and out should have proper cycleway infrastructure, as opposed to the current hotch potch. This would allow people to commute more effectively in and out of the city.Cycleway:
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134220Photo #134220There needs to be a pavement here it’s a short stretch on a blind bendTrack:
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134151Photo #134151CyclewayCycleway:
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134097Photo #134097Impossible to cycle down queens rd (out of town) during afternoon rush hour as traffic is solid so you end up sitting in a traffic jam on bike / having to take a detourCycleway:
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133863Photo #133863Need dedicated cycleway from here into the city along Ecclesall Road South - journey into city has a bus lane, but the journey back has no safety/space been bikes, cars and buses.
Bus lanes usually full of cars... why not use Ecclesall as cycleway and deal with daily bumper to bumper traffic al the way to Core most mornings.
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133848Photo #133848Narrow pavement outside Pharmacy , post office and local shops. No space for social distancing whilst queuing. Reduce carriage way from three to two lanes to widen pavement. Or suspend parking on opposite side of the road to retain width of carriage way.Track:
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133826Photo #133826Narrow pavement outside local shops and cafes. Close the road to motor vehicles, increase width of pavements to allow queuing outside shops and outdoor seating areas for Cafés.Temporary closure:
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133825Photo #133825Narrow pavement outside local shops and cafes. Close the road to motor vehicles, increase width of pavements to allow queuing outside shops and outdoor seating areas for Cafés.Temporary closure:
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133824Photo #133824Make the current'informal' shared spaces on Portobello/Leaveygrave/Regent Street into fully pedestrian/bike only roads.Temporary closure:
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133817Photo #133817Pavement from Newlands Road to A6102 could be shared path to avoid dangerous traffic lights around Asda island.Cycleway:
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133172Photo #133172Double parking makes cycling challengingCycleway:
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133107Photo #133107Ringinglow Road - to Burbage and beyond needs a cycle lane. It’s a very popular route for cyclists including families cycling out to the Peak District, bit v dangerous as lots of Traffic and speeding cars. There is ample space for a cycle lane as wide verges at both sides.Cycleway:
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132816Photo #132816There needs to be a cycle lane and pedestrian walkway on Ringinglow Road Sheffield. Cars travel along this road at speeds well in excess of the speed limit and there have been a number of fatalities…Cycleway:
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132812Photo #132812Busy road, unsafe for cyclistsTrack:
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132380Photo #132380Extend cycle path using mostly 3 metre wide existing path to fire station/Sainsbury's @ Bradway....cost next to nothing !Cycleway:
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132277Photo #132277Dual carriageway generally reduced to 1 lane each side due to parking - one of the main routes to & from Peak District for cyclingCycleway:
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