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Photo listing : cycleways

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

Road closure and bike-sharing station

Contraflow link under the Thameslink rail route

Good practice - barriers to stop construction vehicles parking in the cycle lane (NCN route 4)

Cycle lane, of inadequate width

Cycleway created by simple segregation, during works.

Contraflow cycle track during works

London Cycle Route 4 west from Rotherhithe

Cut-through to the Brunel Museum (no cycle parking!) from London Cycle Route 4

London Cycle Route 4 towards Rotherhithe station

Cycle route to Rotherhithe station at closure of Railway Avenue

Walkway under the bridge

London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich, east from South Bermondsey station.

New route to South Bermondsey station London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

New route to South Bermondsey station, on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

Bridge over Rotherhithe Road on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

Cycleway under St James's Road (on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich)

Road closure on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

Road closure on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

Road closure on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

Right and left on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

Road closure on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

Crossing on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich - a slight kink to the left required, easy if waiting car drivers leave a space.

Crossing on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich - a slight kink to the left required, easy if waiting car drivers leave a space.

Cycleway and sculpture-like feature

Turn right on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich

Turn left on London's first Quietway, from Greeniwch to Waterloo

Contraflow cycle lane on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich

Contraflow cycle lane on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich

Road closure at the A2

Road closure and light-controlled crossing on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich

Road closure on London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich

London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich

Road closure (and left turn) on London's new Quietway 1

London's first Quietway opened recently, from Waterloo to Greenwich.

Tabard Street pedestrianisation

One-way street with segregated contraflow cycle lane

Near Canada Water tube

Path

Cycle super highway 6 junction

Consultation event for the proposed Canada Water Masterplan - excellent consultation methods, but cycle infrastructure itself needs improving

Consultation event for the proposed Canada Water Masterplan - excellent consultation methods, but cycle infrastructure itself needs improving

Consultation event for the proposed Canada Water Masterplan - excellent consultation methods, but cycle infrastructure itself needs improving

Consultation event for the proposed Canada Water Masterplan - excellent consultation methods, but cycle infrastructure itself needs improving

Consultation event for the proposed Canada Water Masterplan - excellent consultation methods, but cycle infrastructure itself needs improving

Camberwell New Road

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7 Some motor vehicle parking is permitted during the middle of the day - which means that cyclists have to get into the neighbouring lane - which can be daunting.

Cycle Superhighway 7 is in many places an advisory cycle lane alongside a very busy road.

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7 Riders asked to slow down on this temporarily diverted route.

Cycle Superhighway 7

Cycle Superhighway 7

Toucan crossing at Elephant and Castle

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6 Early release green cycle signal.

Cycle Superhighway 6 This marking is for northbound cyclists to wait for a second stage of the lights.

Cycle Superhighway 6 Waiting area for turning right at the two-stage crossing.

Cycle Superhighway 6 Low Level Cycle Signals on this two-stage crossing for turning right.

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6 Right turn in two stages.

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

Cycle Superhighway 6

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