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Riverside route past K Village, Kendal

Urgent safety concerns see London's Hammersmith Bridge closed to cyclists and pedestrians https://t.co/mP7XSWHTrC #cycling https://t.co/CswiF9L5KD Alternative routes: https://www.cyclestreets.net/journey/70971367/

Castleman Railway Bridge going over road

New footbridge in Cartmel - but why did it have to be stepped?

Route sign for NCN routes 700 and 700 in Cartmel

Sign in Cartmel

Footpath west from Grange-over-Sands station

Underpass to the promenade at Grange-over-Sands station - Cyclists Dismount sign and parking

Underpass from the promenade at Grange-over-Sands station

Someone using Lochburn Road to gain access to the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath towards Bishopbriggs and Kirkintilloch. The car driver made a sharp stop. Construction work has now started on a new bridge across the canal at Stockingfield Junc ... [more]

The promenade at Grange-over-Sands station

Construction work has started on a new bridge at Stockingfield canal junction, to remove the need to go down to Lochburn Road to cross the canal.

All kinds of cyclists on the promenade at Grange-over-Sands

Cyclists Dismount for the underpass at the west end of the promenade at Grange-over-Sands

The canal path branching off from the path between Campbell Street and Lochburn Road. Work has just commenced on building a new bridge at Stockingfield canal junction, which will remove the need to go down to Lochburn Road to cross the cana ... [more]

Cyclists Dismount to reach the promenade at Grange-over-Sands

Bad tree root damage to the path between Campbell Street and Lochburn Road, and no access from Sandbank Drive where there is also a flytipping problem.

Dismount to cross this bridge between the promenade at Grange-over-Sands and NCN routes 70 and 700.

Despite the council providing cycle signage at the canal access path at Campbell Street, the nearest dropped kerb is someone's driveway.

Cycle stands and link to NCN route 6 on the former Lancaster Canal

Start of the cycle route (NCN route 6) from Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

Link to NCN route 6 in Kendal

Link to NCN route 6 in Kendal

Cyclists, wheelchair and buggie-users and similar minorities are not really wanted on this private road in Kendal.

Cyclists are supposed to dismount but drivers are not on this private road (a through route for pedestrians and cyclists only)

Shared-use riverside path to the right, but I prefer the route through the private Thorny Hills, or the new Kirkbie Green development.

Diverted link from NCN route 6 in Kendal

NCN route 6 north out of Kendal

No Cycling on this section of NCN route 6 in Kendal !

Pedestrian crossing on NCN route 6 in Kendal

No Cycling, supposedly, on this section of NCN route 6 in Kendal

Cyclists Dismount sign on what is now NCN route 6 in Kendal !

Very clear marking where the cycleway crosses this minor dead-end road.

Annoying End of Route sign, particularly if you actually wanted to follow NCN route 6 somewhere worthwhile - obviously the sign should just tell cyclists to continue across the zebra crossing.

Excellent new cyclists/walkers' café on the rail trail - www.facebook.com/LocksbridgeTea/

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The council refuses to allow cycling here, so NCN route 6 had to follow main roads instead [it now comes this way, apparently, but the ban still applies].

Two-way segregated cycleway by the one-way road system in Kendal

Bike shop, Kendal

Shared-use footway and crossing towards Kendal station

Cyclists do have the option of turning right onto the shared-use footway towards Kendal station

The road markings tell cyclists to turn right from the left-hand side of the lane - potentially disastrous.

So much for Keep Clear markings on NCN route 6 in Kendal

New route for NCN route 6 through this housing development

New route for NCN route 6 through this housing development

New route for NCN route 6 through this housing development

The cycle route (NCN route 6) into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

The cycle route (NCN route 6) into Kendal on the former Lancaster Canal

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  • Icon 149530 Bike theft is rampant around these parts (I've just had mine stolen). There's space for a secure locker on either side of the street at this junction - I'm sure it'd be a popular location.
  • Icon 149529 Proper segregated cycleway along Greenlands Lane to formally link Mill Hill to A1/Sunny Hill Park.
  • Icon 149528 All that's needed is a little ramp from the footpath/cycleway at the end of the car park. At the moment there is a big kerb and the cycle path ends abruptly.
  • Icon 149527 Trucks and lorries use the narrow and tight turns on Albert Rd/Victoria Rd to access the A1 northbound. Perhaps a modal filter to encourage HGVs/coaches/cars etc to use main roads instead which can cope with the traffic?
  • Icon 149526 Loads of traffic and idling at Mill Hill County School, perhaps a modal filter to allow children to safely cycle and walk on the road is needed? Disabled students can still be dropped off if Worcester Crescent is made 'Access Only'?
  • Icon 149525 Road is wide enough for a segregated cycleway from Hammers Lane down Milespit Hill to Copthall, encouraging children from the many local schools to cycle!
  • Icon 149524 Very narrow pavements along The Ridgeway, impossible to distance especially when the many schools in this area return.
  • Icon 149523 Very narrow pavement from The Ridgeway to Murray House on Hammers Lane, getting especially busy as people use the many green spaces for exercise, walk to the pub and will become even busier as schools return. Closing one side of the grass triangle to vehicles or creating barriers to widen the pavement will definitely help!
  • Icon 149522 A few bumps on route from tree routes. There is also the problem that the cyclepath is narrow in places due to the lack of grass cutting / weed trimming.
  • Icon 149517 This cycle lane is dangerous, does not allow for minimum spacing requirements and does not connect to anything. Segregate the opposite 'shared' path instead.
  • Icon 149516 Know a lot of people in my building/road that are struggling to store bikes or it is putting them off buying a bike because of lack of storage
  • Icon 149514 Improve safe cycling along Warrington Road from Bold Heath to Lingley Green. This would almost create a safe cycling route from Widnes to Lingley Green which is a large area for work for people living in Widnes. In addition Mill Lane which connects to it or Wilmere Lane (more feasible due to road width).

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