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Pedal-holder on a new Class 720 Bombardier Aventra train, used on Greater Anglia outer-suburban routes eg to Cambridge. Too fiddly to be useful.

Instructions for cycle storage on a new Class 720 Bombardier Aventra train, used on Greater Anglia outer-suburban routes eg to Cambridge. The strap is useful, but the pedal-holder is too fiddly.

Space for 4 bikes on a new Class 720 Bombardier Aventra train, used on Greater Anglia outer-suburban routes eg to Cambridge. Actually there's room for more here, even without using the door lobbies.

Cycle area at the north end of a new Class 720 Bombardier Aventra train, used on Greater Anglia outer-suburban routes eg to Cambridge. There's a similar wheelchair space at the other end of the five-carriage train.

Cycle area at the north end of a new Class 720 Bombardier Aventra train, used on Greater Anglia outer-suburban routes eg to Cambridge. There's a similar wheelchair space at the other end of the five-carriage train.

Hopefully someone will be along with a better picture soon, but the cycle lanes on Waterloo Bridge have taken over the former car parking/bus lane areas and are now wide and properly protected.

Modal filter and Santander Cycles station on Thessaly Road

Crossing from cycleway to the modal filter on Thessaly Road

No sign of any cycle parking at the new Battersea Power Station tube station. Try Nine Elms instead.

No Motor Vehicles by the new Battersea Power Station tube station.

No right turn from the cycleway except in two stages.

Start of segregated cycleway past the new Battersea Power Station tube station.

Build-out to stop vehicles parking on the railway bridge.

Cycle parking at Tesco Express

Cyclists not wanted here.

Santander Cycles station beneath the Battersea Park railway bridge

Cycleway around the Battersea Park roundabout.

Cycleways around the Battersea Park roundabout.

Cycle lights at an exit from the Battersea Park roundabout.

Link from the Battersea Park roundabout - the blue plaque marks the Sopwith brothers' aircraft workshop.

Link to the Battersea Park roundabout

Modal filter on the route parallel to the railway past Battersea Power Station.

Link from Battersea Power Station to Queenstown Road,

BoomCycle - those are not actual rides, they're spin events...

Modal filter and cycleway west from Battersea Power Station.

Santander Cycles station under the railway at Battersea Power Station.

Routes (dismounted only) under and parallel to the railway at Battersea Power Station.

Cycle parking at Battersea Power Station pier.

Please Dismount Your Scooter or Bike

Cycle parking at Battersea Power Station.

Expensive toys for sale here.

Cycle parking at Battersea Power Station.

Cycle parking at Battersea Power Station.

The cycle route away from Battersea Power Station emerges from underground. There's a small cycle sign to the right but look out for traffic from the left.

The cycle route towards Battersea Power Station leads straight into an underground vortex. There's a small cycle sign to the right but no obvious way to get there.

The cycle route towards Battersea Power Station leads straight into an underground vortex. There's a small cycle sign to the right but no obvious way to get there.

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The 12 most recently modified photos

The cycle route to Battersea Power Station switches from shared-use to on-road here.

End of shared-use path from Battersea Power Station - and route signs across the road.

Cycle parking on the approach to Battersea Power Station.

Chicane barrier has been replaced by single wooden bollard

The A-frame barrier has been removed at entrance to Twiggeries path

Cycle parking and another Santander Cycles station on Battersea Park Road

The Thames Path - I don't think there'll ever be a through route here by the river, let alone a cycle route.

Santander Cycles station at Nine Elms, plus pop-up lanes.

I think this is a bus lane, then a pop-up cycle lane, then a general traffic lane - it's really not clear enough.

End of pop-up cycle lane on Nine Elms Lane, and a sign which I think is telling cyclists and truck-drivers to look out for each other.

Cycle parking at Waitrose, Nine Elms Lane

Pop-up cycle lane on Nine Elms Lane

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  • Icon 176583 The pavement is too narrow for all users not just cyclists to use safely. It is accident waiting to happen when someone gets knocked off the steep kerb onto the road. The pavement needs to be widen somehow and a barrier put in place to safeguard the pavement users.
  • Icon 176582 Remove cars from this road. Much better and safer for all.
  • Icon 176581 Some cycle parking, Sheffield stands or something. There are lots of places to park cars but no provision for bicycles.
  • Icon 176580 A fast winding uphill road that needs cycling space. Probably signage as road isn’t wide for a path.
  • Icon 176579 No designated cycle pathway yet a good route for all age cycle travel.
  • Icon 176544 Burgh to Skegness cycle path far too narrow to be a cycle path, covered in thorns and very uneven, not even a good footpath ....
  • Icon 176501 Remove the gate so cyclists can enter unimpeded
  • Icon 176500 There needs to be a safe way to cross the road here. Ideally a zebra crossing.
  • Icon 176499 Relocate the dropped kerb for the crossing so that pedestrians and cyclists can better see the approaching traffic on the bypass (currently it is obscured by the wooden fence)
  • Icon 176497 Relocate the dropped kerb for the crossing so that pedestrians and cyclists can better see the approaching traffic on the bypass (currently it is obscured by the wooden fence)
  • Icon 176496 Remove verge, widen the path and resurface. Current path bumpy and full of craters.
  • Icon 176495 Derby Street is a rat run when motor traffic should be using Potteries Way. Makes this junction on Lichfield Street dangerous and congested. Makes walking into Hanley more dangerous, more difficult and less pleasant.

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