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Photo listing : cycleways (infrastructure)

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This listing only shows photos within Southwark.
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Road closure and bike-sharing station

Contraflow link under the Thameslink rail route

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

Road closure at the A2

London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich

Tabard Street pedestrianisation

One-way street with segregated contraflow cycle lane

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

Cycleway

Cycle lane uphill only on the London Cycle Network

Road closure with space for cyclists

Dead end at South Bermondsey station [now a through route as part of London's first Quietway, from Waterloo to Greenwich]

Route west from the new Sustrans Connect2 bridge across Rotherhithe New Road

Route across the new Sustrans Connect2 bridge to South Bermondsey station - with tent ready for the official opening.

Pedestrian and cycle access to South Bermondsey station and the new Sustrans Connect2 bridge over Rotherhithe New Road

New cycle link (on former railway line) to South Bermondsey station - offiical opening in a couple of hours time!

This arch needs to be shared by cyclists and pedestrians

Cut-through beside the railway, Bermondsey

Permeable development next to Southwark Park

Permeable development next to Southwark Park

Permeable development next to Southwark Park

No idea why two gates are needed within a hundred metres

NCN route 4 passing under the Cannon St railway lines.

Access to More London riverside development.

Bicycle repeater signs with arrows along this street which is two-way for cycling.

One end of the cycle path on the pavement

Contraflow cycle lane on Union Street

Minor cut-through off Druid Street.

Not much work needed to make this a useful cycle route.

Cycle bypasses at a road closure - hard to tell what the point is, or when they'd be used.

Road narrowing on London cycle route 23, Camberwell Grove - there's now alternate car traffic to the road, while the cycle route is always open, though cyclists still have to stop at the red light, of course.

Access to Southwark Park from Mayflower Street

Planters seemingly installed to impede cycling, provide dark corners for muggers....

Cut-through parallel to the A200

With a few drop kerbs etc, this could be a useful alternative to the parallel A200.

West end of what should be a useful cycle route parallel to the A200 (though the Thames-side route is not far away).

Cycle contraflow on Southwark Bridge Road - Elephant and Castle cycle bypass (near South Bank University).

Rockingham Street cycle crossing, Elephant and Castle cycle bypass (close to South Bank University).

Elephant and Castle cycle bypass - Steedman Street contraflow.

Elephant and Castle cycle bypass - Churchyard Lane to Hampton Street

Elephant and Castle cycle bypass - Churchyard Row

Contraflow on London's South Bank (the entry was totally flooded the previous night)

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