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All photos in & around Bingham

Showing items 201 to 300 from total of 306 locations. Ordered by photo number.

Photo # Photo Caption Categorisation
116424

No cycleway over the bridge, key link from West Bridgford to the city and the alternatives are overcrowded with people walking, and appalling driving is endemic here

Cycleway:
Problem
116422

Very narrow pathway due to scaffolding and terrorism barriers leading to no space for social distancing.

Track:
Problem
110024 Photo #110024

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal, plus additional desire path to the right, complete with bollard.

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
110023 Photo #110023

Path environment where it splits into two for district centre access

Track:
Infrastructure
110022 Photo #110022

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
110021 Photo #110021

Desire path through the hedge providing a missing link between two paths,

Other:
Infrastructure
110020 Photo #110020

Desire path through the hedge bypassing the adjacent barriers

Other:
Infrastructure
110019 Photo #110019

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
110018 Photo #110018

Bridge over the canal

Other:
Infrastructure
110017 Photo #110017

Limited headroom, width, and steps under the A6011.

Track:
Problem
110016 Photo #110016

Very narrow path between the two crossing points inside the central reservation

Track:
Problem
110015 Photo #110015

Narrow paths either side of the A6011 crossing on a curve in the road, no markings to indicate people are crossing on this busy road

Road environment:
Problem
110014 Photo #110014

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
110013 Photo #110013

Gate across the Grantham Canal Towpath

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
110012 Photo #110012

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
110006 Photo #110006

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
110004 Photo #110004

Wide, shallow gradient, smooth approach ramp to the A46 crossing

Cycleway:
Good practice
110003 Photo #110003

Bridleway Crossing of the A46

Cycleway:
Good practice
109989 Photo #109989

Narrow and low under bridge

Road environment:
Infrastructure
109988 Photo #109988

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109987 Photo #109987

Gate along the Grantham Canal Towpath

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109986 Photo #109986

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109985 Photo #109985

Obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109984 Photo #109984

Gate across the Grantham Canal Towpath

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109983 Photo #109983

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109982 Photo #109982

Obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109981 Photo #109981

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109980 Photo #109980

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109978 Photo #109978

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109977 Photo #109977

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109976 Photo #109976

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109975 Photo #109975

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109974 Photo #109974

Slightly different obstructive barrier along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109973 Photo #109973

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109972 Photo #109972

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109971 Photo #109971

Different type of obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109970 Photo #109970

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109969 Photo #109969

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109968 Photo #109968

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109967 Photo #109967

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109966 Photo #109966

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal, and also a Toucan Crossing ahead.

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109965 Photo #109965

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109964 Photo #109964

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109963 Photo #109963

Tight squeeze through the A Frame Barriers

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109962 Photo #109962

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109961 Photo #109961

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal (gate is usual closed, but as this is an access route to a dwelling it can occasionally be open)

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109960 Photo #109960

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109959 Photo #109959

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109958 Photo #109958

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109957 Photo #109957

Standard obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109901 Photo #109901

Barriers obstructing access to Cotgrave Greenway (note, only the access ramp is surfaced)

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109837 Photo #109837

Implicit zebra across an access road

Road environment:
Good practice
109825 Photo #109825

Barriers obstructing the tram side cycle route

Obstruction:
Problem
109824 Photo #109824

Barriers obstructing the tram side cycle track

Obstruction:
Problem
109822 Photo #109822

Obstructive barriers on the tram-side path, modified within weeks of construction as they were preventing access by people using non-standard bikes

Obstruction:
Problem
109821 Photo #109821

Obstructive barriers on cycle track between Emmanual School and Gresham Sports Ground

Obstruction:
Problem
109820 Photo #109820

Obstructive Barriers next to Emmanual School on the cycle track

Obstruction:
Problem
109819 Photo #109819

Metal Bridge over the Grantham Canal

Road environment:
Infrastructure
109810 Photo #109810

Short cycle lane into a traffic light.

Road environment:
Problem
109799 Photo #109799

Staggered barriers between Rugby Road and path

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109771 Photo #109771

Barriers adjacent to tram side path

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109770 Photo #109770

Barriers approaching the tramside path

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109769 Photo #109769

Widened bridge over the watercourse

Road environment:
Infrastructure
109768 Photo #109768

Cyclists Dismount leaving the cycle path entering the Rushcliffe Arena Car Park

General sign/notice:
Problem
109767 Photo #109767

Widely spaced barriers joining Collington Way

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109766 Photo #109766

Widely spaced staggered barriers on cycle track between Northwold Ave and Collington Way

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109765 Photo #109765

Obstructive barriers along the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109764 Photo #109764

Tight barriers on the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109763 Photo #109763

Tight barriers on the Grantham Canal

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109736 Photo #109736

Absurd barriers on the footway

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109735 Photo #109735

Absurd barriers on the footway half of the path!

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
109730 Photo #109730

Multiple barriers / bollards at bottom of Gertrude Road

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
107959 Photo #107959

Chicane barriers are easily bypassed

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
107841 Photo #107841

Proposed barrier near Ruddington Lane tram stop

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
107840 Photo #107840

Proposed barrier near Compton Acres tram stop

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
107839 Photo #107839

Proposed location of staggered barriers

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
91717 Photo #91717

City Card secure cycle parking in West Bridgford.

Cycle parking:
Good practice
91716 Photo #91716

Recently installed Cycle Lanes on Melton Road - post in on pavement cycle path (which links to the Toucan used by east-west traffic crossing Melton Road) is presumably going to be signing the start of one cycle route by obstructing another one... Wide lanes, so wide in fact they are wide enough for cars to be stored in.

Obstruction:
Problem
91715 Photo #91715

Recently installed Toucan crossing making the crossing of Loughborough Road much safer.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
91714 Photo #91714

Unnecessary conflict-causing barriers (the second of two pairs) here - wide enough apart they totally fail to stop mopeds, close enough together they make it difficult for cyclists towing a child-trailer to pass. A bollard or two would suffice.

Obstruction:
Problem
91713 Photo #91713

Newly widened path to the right of the fork. To the left the handrails have recently been installed as part of the Arena redevelopment, needed for walkers but an obstruction for cyclists - especially as the path to the left will be Route 5 and is a steep uphill. Most cyclists end up on the wrong side of the path - directly in the path of oncoming cyclists. Probably not too much of an issue if the proposed route behind the arena materialises!

Other:
Problem
91712 Photo #91712

While the replacement of the previous chicane here with a simple bollard is very welcome, being located in the shadows with no street lighting doesn't make this bollard very visible - especially bad heading from Beedling and turning right at this point on a bright day (i.e. when you've been riding towards the sun with sunglasses on, and suddenly turned into shadow with the bollard out of you sight line until you've straightened up). Dread to think what visibility of this would be like on a wet winters night!

Other:
Problem
91711 Photo #91711

Previous narrow bridge has been replaced with a much wider one.

Cycleway:
Good practice
91710 Photo #91710

The previous awkward barriers on this path have been replaced with a simple bollard. :) Shame the one lamp post left on the path (due to lack of space) is so close to the bollard making a nasty pinch point right at a point where pedestrians and cyclists will be joining/leaving the path.

Other:
Problem
91709 Photo #91709

Recently widened path has also seen the lamposts moved back out of the path itself, and not only that they have been set back enough to actually make that useful. The increased number of streetlights should also improve visibility in the winter months.

Cycleway:
Good practice
91708 Photo #91708

Route 5 will go left here - forward visibility is poor here due to substation fence on the left and overgrowing plants on both sides (causing oncoming cyclists to be in the middle of the road). Requires maintenance to be kept on top of - unless it sees regular cutting back of foliage this will be an ongoing issue.

Other:
Problem
91707 Photo #91707

Future Route 5's crossing of the busy Compton Acres . Road markings and surface in a poor condition, no signs on the road that a cycle route crosses here. Visibility of speed traffic is very poor due to curvature of the road (traffic travelling legally is fine). Really could do with a speed table at this point.

Road environment:
Problem
91706 Photo #91706

Newly laid dropped kerb which has been laid flush with both sides for a change! To be part of Route 5.

Cycleway:
Good practice
91705 Photo #91705

Recently resurfaced and widened cycle path from Tram Stop to Lymn Park - to be part of Route 5.

Cycleway:
Good practice
91704 Photo #91704

Recently widened path between Compton Acres tram stop and Ascott Garden - Route 5 bears left here. Behind the sign the path is a split level path, and this is the only path in West Bridgford where the cycle track is the higher side - guaranteed conflict causer... Especially as the split is unsigned at the Ascott Garden end.

General sign/notice:
Problem
91703 Photo #91703

Some obvious brain fade went on at this part of the cycle route - the path doesn't line up with itself, tight 90 degree bends, pedestrian only crossing, tram tracks on the desire line.... If any thought had been put into this you could have routed the cycle track round the east of the compound though the waste ground...

Road environment:
Problem
91702 Photo #91702

Cycle racks at Wilford Lane tram stop.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
91701 Photo #91701

Good job chaps, you've built a tram stop bypass so passengers and passing cyclists don't get in one another's way. Wait what, that's not allowed - we need to install a conflict-causing barrier quick sharp! Grr, one of the few tram stops where the cycle track and the platform aren't the same and we still get junk!

Obstruction:
Problem
91700 Photo #91700

A couple of years on from #65099 , path now fully surfaced and fencing removed. As per previous photo you want to go right here...

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
91699 Photo #91699

Barriers removed from the southern cycle corridor near the Beckett School - still showing the scars caused by the obstruction months later!

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
91673 Photo #91673

Signage on NCN15 where it leaves Holme Road and enters The Hook.

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
65099 Photo #65099

Go to the right at this fork in the path you will struggle to get through the gate on the left path. They bring you out fifty metres apart on the road up ahead not worth bothering with the hassle of the left route.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
65098 Photo #65098

A pain of a gate. Struggled to get through with a single wheel trailer

Obstruction:
Problem
65092 Photo #65092

Hard to pass work still underway

Obstruction:
Problem
58772 Photo #58772

Half width cycle lane prevents cyclists from adopting a safe position through this narrow pinch point.

Road environment:
Problem

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