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Photo listing : road environments (infrastructure)

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This listing only shows photos within Sheffield.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Townhead Street, Sheffield

Hollis Croft, Sheffield

Hollis Croft, Sheffield

Hollis Croft, Sheffield

Brocco Street, Sheffield

Upper Allen Street, Sheffield

Upper Allen Street, Sheffield

The Diamond, Leavygreave Road, Sheffield

Tram track, Glossop Road, Sheffield Tram Tracks 🚲 Wheels may SLIP or CATCH

Hounsfield Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

Advanced stop line, B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Glossop Road, Sheffield

B6069, Clarkehouse Road, Sheffield

B6069, Clarkehouse Road, Sheffield

B6069, Clarkehouse Road, Sheffield

B6069, Clarkehouse Road, Sheffield

Endcliffe Vale Road

Broad Lane, Sheffield

Modal filter, Ball Street, Sheffield

Modal filter, Ball Street, Sheffield

Contraflow lane on Surrey Street, Sheffield

Surrey Street, Sheffield

Sheffield Hallam University

Howard Street, Sheffield

Howard Street, Sheffield - quite a steep uphill

Cycle crossings south of Sheffield station

Buses, bikes and taxis only

This could be a useful crossing and cut-through

Cut-through parallel to NCN route 627, Kelham Island, Sheffield

Crossing the new Trippetts Lane cycle route, Sheffield

Rising bollards, Sheffield University

Bus gate (presumably a tram is a kind of bus?) in Sheffield - open for cycling with care

Bus and bike gate on Blonk Street bridge (NCN route 6), Sheffield

Victoria Quays, Sheffield - attractive but not ideal for cycling.

Wide toucan crossing from NCN route 6 to Sheffield station

One side of the double bridge on Shude Hill has been closed off to motor vehicles and is available for cycling. The roadway through the other arch is one-way.

Cycle access from Workhouse Lane onto the shared footway at West Bar.

A 20mph zone and shared footway at West Bar. I maybe should have taken the photo a little way back to show better how the dropped kerb is the wrong side of the 'give way' line at the West Bar roundabout, which could cause problems for a ... [more]

A pedestrian crossing and roundabout at the top of Corporation Street.

End of the long-term roadworks (see #112483), a cycle lane up Corporation Street, and more redevelopment work imminent.

Cycle access to and across Shalesmoor at the end of Bowling Green Street, although the toucan crossing is staggered.

A point to leave the A61 Shalesmoor dual carriageway and turn right using the toucan crossing, or turn left to access Bowling Green Street (at #112466).

Cycle lanes on Shalesmoor, and damage to the footway consistent with pavement parking.

Cycle facilities on Shalesmoor.

NCN627 on Green Lane, with building work going on.

Quiet streets for this section of NCN627.

An overrun area for U-turning vehicles on new Derek Dooley Way gyratory layout, but judging from the tyre marks on the footway, even this is insufficient.

Cycle markings through the junction onto Derek Dooley Way, where almost all traffic, in both lanes, turns right.

Apparently this is a recommended route for cyclists!

Painted cycle lane on Wicker, and off-side bus lane leading to a bus gate at the Derek Dooley Way junction.

A toucan crossing across Wicker, and a point to leave the carriageway to either use the crossing or join the path to the riverside. I'm uncertain what the role of the bollard is.

The lack of a proper dropped kerb at the end of the Cobweb Bridge at #112458 encourages cyclists to use the footway in Sussex Street.

Old cycle facilities and roadworks to create something new.

A shared-use footway on Broad Street West, which has been made one-way, so making it possible to continue using it both ways by bike.

Sheffield Cycle Route

Instead of improving this cycle lane, @SheffCouncil are going to remove it to make way for two way traffic.

NCN6 no special road markings here, other than faded ones.

Road narrowing and speed cushions

Speed cushions and road narrowing, the narrow cycle lane has disappeared here.

Speed cushions on the NCN6

Good cycle by-pass and traffic calming, but the cycle lane looks a bit narrow.

We've heard recently Danny Dorling describe this sort of thing as 'the open sewers of the 21st century'. Certainly the chevrons on the roundabout make it look rather more like a race-track than it needs to be.

NCN on road section - there is some traffic calming along here.

The road environment is rather busy here, which is why there is a Sustrans Connect2 project to build a connecting route to the National Cycle Network from the tram stop.

This is two-way for cycling and is expected to become part of NCN 6.

Outside Sheffield station.

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