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Photo listing : cycleways (problem)

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Add cycle lane on this busy road between East Dulwich and Herne Hill

Fast traffic and parked cars, a dedicated cycle lane will help cyclists feel safer and slow vehicles

A cycleway should run around the perimeter of Peckham Rye to facilitate cycling.

There is no cycle provision along Forest Hill Road nor Brenchley Gardens. Recent traffic calming measures have helped reduce motor traffic speeds a little but there is still a lack of any segregated cycle space and pedestrians find it diffi ... [more]

To add to my previous idea (posted before I got a chance to edit it), it would be a cycle cut-through from Peckham Road to Grove Lane, crossing the footway at the junction. This would allow an easy right turn into Daneville Road and straigh ... [more]

Continue cycleway from Jamaica Street to Nine Elms, via Waterloo and Vauxhall

Accelerate completion of cycle lane under construction. Most of it is ready for used but closed off with barriers

To get onto Coldharbour Lane from Peckham Road/Camberwell Church Street, cyclists currently have to negotiate the busy junction at Camberwell Green and the heavy traffic and blind corners of the one-way system around Ophir Street/Daneville ... [more]

The cycle bypass of the Elephant is good but it is not well signposted so some cyclists miss it

Crossing for cyclists poorly designed as cars have little time to stop

Crossing the A205 for southbound cyclists is dangerous at this point, need a dedicated crossing to eliminate right turn

Cycle lanes along A202 very patchy and narrow in places

CS7 lights for cyclists seem to never change to green possible problems with sensor?

Uphill corner with a concrete central reservation that squeezes slower moving road users together with motor traffic that rarely travels below the speed limit

No cycle lane

This is a terrible crossing for anyone travelling east-west by bicycle. Infrastructure for safe cycling is minimal and is largely ignored by motorists. The ASL access lane on the east side is used for vehicle parking and both ASLs are typic ... [more]

The section of Lower Road between Surrey Quays and start of Evelyn St. is heavily used by cyclists going in direction of one way traffic but also against flow by cycling on pavement one lane of road needs to be given over to a two cycleway

Widen the space for cyclists at the traffic lights

A continuous, segregated cycleway is needed along the south circular.

SIngle lane southbound section is narrow, congested, poorly surfaced and the adjacent footway prevents social distancing at bus stops. Adjacent, unused space in the Maudsley car park could be re-purposed to create a wider footway and segreg ... [more]

The lights for the CS7 crossing here takes so long to change. They should be revised.

This is a shallow angle turning and often cars will cut across the bus/cycle lane without warning.

Main North/South route for cyclists and yet there is no way of accessing Burgess Park from Thurlow Street safely

Improvements to junction for cyclists. Better approaches both ways to stop cars blocking cycle lanes

Cycle filter lane at traffic lights going north

Peckham Rye cycle land would be welcome

Bollards for cycle path

Cycle way crossing should be marked more clearly for vehicles at this junction

Cycle way crossing should be marked more clearly for vehicles at this junction

Parked cars along this road and fast moving traffic make cycling risky - swapping parking for cycle lanes would fix this!

Rope St ends in bollards and continues on to a cycleway on Cunard Walk, but it's often impossible to ride through because three cars are parked side-to-side across the end of the road, filling the carriageway. Parking in this "middle" space ... [more]

Walworth road needs a segregated bike path. It feels dangerous cycling on this road, and pollution levels are too high. It would be good to also have wider pavements as it is a very busy area and now there are queues of people outside t ... [more]

Protected cycle lanes along length of Borough High Street

Segregated cycleway needed due to large number of heavy vehicles.

This supposed Quietway (Q1) has two lanes of parked cars, permanently sitting wasting space, but no segregated cycle lane - despite being very well-used by bikes. Meanwhile the few drivers play dodgems with people on bicycles. Remove the pa ... [more]

Safe cycling infra is needed the length if Tower Bridge Road which is also one of London’s most polluted. Multiple pinch points along it here north under the railway and the Bridge itself.

Cycle infra plus in the short term pavement widening for social distancing

30000 vehicles a day, very toxic air, no cycle infrastructure at all, overwhelming car dom from the E&C thru high density area to Bricklayers Arms roundabout. Also beyond; Tower Bridge Road and Old Kent Road.

Complete CS5 from Lewisham to the Oval. Works begin on it at the end of 2012

London bridge is scary for cyclists, and then the whole way up to Liverpool st station. I heard at some point the bridge is or might be closed to traffic except for buses and taxis but I haven't found out because i always avoid it making my ... [more]

Cycle lane, of inadequate width

Narrow cycle lane

Lack of permeability here - people often climb over the wall between the estate and the cycle path.

This is a shared-use cycling route, well lit but totally unsigned.

Dead-end at South Bermondsey station - until the route to the right to the Millwall FC ground is opened up the new Sustrans Connect2 bridge over Rotherhithe New Road isn't a lot of use.

Why on earth is this large obstacle in the cycle lane??

Right-turn cycle lane to join shared-use footway - with an inadequate dropped kerb access.

New development in Bermondsey, with a car-free avenue but next to no cycle parking.

Responsible cycling is permited in the excellent new St Mary's Churchyard park, part of the Elephant & Castle regeneration - so why not install a dropped kerb?

What innocent thought you could have a Mandatory Cycle Lane outside a minicab office?!? Usually four cars parked in the MCL, zero enforcement.

Munton Road, Elephant and Castle cycle bypass?? - a contraflow track just ends without even a drop-kerb, with a choice of two no-entry roads!

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