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Photo listing : road environments

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Several potentially serious issues here. The first is the requirement to give way to trams approaching over your shoulder, with little warning that this is about to happen. The second is the angle of the rails as they cross the road - thi ... [more]

Some streets in Manchester mix cycling and trams.

Tram share

Cycle lane give way to trams.

Manchester China Town Faulkner St contraflow leads to the Tower Cycle hub # but one way st further South does not have contraflow in the other direction #72716 confusing. See

Advanced green signal for cyclists

Wide angle mirror allows drivers waiting at the lights to see approaching cyclists.

Exemption from prohibited turn allows cyclists to turn right to and from Park Crescent. It could do with an "Except Cyclists" plat under the one-way sign.

New cycle friendly road environment on Oxford Road Manchester. 20mph speed limit - 2 wide lanes (down from 4 narrow lanes) - restricted traffical make for a comfortable ride, so long as you avoid the narrow, humped, glass strewn channel tha ... [more]

Solid white line at cyclist entry to ASL

These bollards were supposed to be spaced 1.7m apart (for 1.5m clearance) but they've not been installed to this specification. The new wide waiting area was worth campaigning for - it's a vast improvement over the original 'S-bend' proposa ... [more]

Road closure on the University of Manchester campus - a proper cycleway would be helpful

Who will end up as a bus sandwich? Portland Street cycle lanes are worse than nothing https://t.co/5IO2F2Kpjc https://t.co/gm3PukzOwC Link to their blog post: http://madcyclelanesofmanchester.blogspot.co.uk/2016/02/the-cycle-route-into- ... [more]

Looking along Long Millgate from the cycle track crossing the tramway. The right turn ban at the mini-roundabout should exempt cycles since the road that way is buses, taxis and cycles only, unless the ban exists due to the unusually close ... [more]

'No Through Road except cycles' on Long Millgate leading to cycle track crossing the tramway.

No Entry except trams and cycles, straight ahead into Exchange Square. The painted cycle lane appears to encourage cyclists to risk left hooks rather than cycling closer to the tramlines. The road-width decreases suddenly just behind the ... [more]

No Left Turn except cycles, near Exchange Square (see also #72729).

The Dantzic Street cycleway studs lead users to the carriageway, but for how long is it two-way? The base of the bollard that has been removed could be a trip hazard for pedestrians.

Staggered toucan crossing across Cheetham Hill Road at Trinity Way junction, but nothing obvious on either side that permits cycling on the footway.

The intermittent Cheetham Hill Road cycle lane starts up again.

Painted cycle lane that disappears at the next junction.

Painted cycle lane for vehicular cyclists. Who will be encouraged to take up cycling by this?

Closed off road leading down steep hill to Hendham Vale.

Steep section of road closed off to motor traffic with bollards at #72771 and #72773.

Bollards closing off old road at Hendham Vale, retaining cycle and walking access through to Kingsbridge Road.

I'm sure this could have been implemented better. Bear in mind anyone approaching this on the road will be cycling at speed, possibly being followed by a bus (or some other large vehicle) in the bus lane.

A city-bound cycle lane on Rochdale Road. Although not continuous, it has its uses for passing queuing traffic.

Cycles allowed to make right turn outside Oxford Road station into Whitworth Street West (and thus access Oxford Street), when other vehicles restricted to left turn only.

UPDATE4 A few neighbours have reported attempted muggings on Hulme Street (by the Mancunian way crossing) over the last few weeks. Please stay safe if you are in the area after dark! https://twitter.com/redbricksonline/status/105760833704 ... [more]

No cycle phase on this crossing of the Manchester Metrolink tram lines.

Protected cycle lane next to a 30mph dual carriageway in Manchester near British Cycling's National Cycle Centre. This side road is for an event car park, quiet at times, very busy at others. Crossing the side road has two options: (1 ... [more]

UPDATE It is signed that Deansgate is closed to motor traffic (except for access) and yet there is a 4 lane dual carriageway that accesses from here. UPDATE the lane directions have been changed yet again but still NO Advanced Stop Line ... [more]

Nice use of LED lights in the dotted white line for the advisory cycle lane. Can't understand why this advisory feature is only part time from 7am to 7pm - does anyone know if this is unique and/or legal ?

A two way cycle route on the left, and a one way bus lane on the right. Buses enter this lane at speed from a 40mph dual carriageway. Cyclists heading towards the camera are supposed to ride near the white line, close to and unsegregated fr ... [more]

Deansgate intersection - see the cycle sculpture on the left.

Tram lines, Manchester

Road near crossing

Exit from stadium

Entrance to stadium

Advert for New Islington, Manchester, in a Shared Space area

Shared Space area in Manchester

On-road cycling in Manchester

View from the bridge

A cycling family braves the 6 lane A34 in Manchester.

Car hell! A cycling familiy waits to cross this junction where a dual carriageway crosses a six lane highway, and a sea of cars wait in a huge supermarket car park. This photo was taken from the pedestrian bridge which has got steps to stop ... [more]

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