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Despite the footway of residential Old Polmadie Road being designated as shared-use (see #98669), the narrow footway of the busy New Rutherglen Road has not. However, this non-standard route signage seems to assume it has been. A new eat ... [more]

A new bus shelter in the way of the Clyde Gateway cycle track, which has been crudely diverted around the side, without any footway widening. Madness!

The Clyde Gateway cycle track has been crudely diverted around the new bus shelter, but no extra land has been taken to make the footway any wider to compensate. The diverted markings have even been changed since they didn't leave any room ... [more]

'Allo 'allo 'allo, what do we have 'ere then? An inappropriately positioned bus shelter obstructing the cycle track, and no widening of the footway to compensate.

A very narrow section of Clyde Gateway cycle track past the back of a bus shelter, and poor visibility of motor traffic for merge onto carriageway where there is a left-hook risk at the Dunn Street multi-lane junction.

One of the four bus shelters plonked on the Clyde Gateway cycle track, with the cycle track crudely diverted around it. Watch out for that lamppost! Bus shelter also hides cyclists merging onto carriageway just beyond, where there is a left ... [more]

Close-up of #71301, showing bus shelter with cycle track diverted around it.

One of the four bus shelters plonked on the Clyde Gateway cycle track, with the cycle track crudely diverted around as an afterthought. Seen closer in #71302. No cycle access to blocked-off side street.

Toucan crossing across Clyde Gateway next to Rutherglen Bridge, and access ramp to Clyde Walkway.

In the opposite direction to the Aikenhead Road cycle lane trial, a conventional advisory cycle lane has been provided, without full-time parking restrictions, and guess what happens.

At the end of the Aikenhead Road cycle lane trial there is a final traffic island with bollards, and the an advisory cycle lane continues until the Calder Street junction. The cycle lane passes a wide depot entrance.

Stage 5 of the Aikenhead Road cycle lane trial consists of orcas between the cycle lane and the rest of the carriageway, after another traffic island.

Stage 4 of the Aikenhead Road cycle lane trial has armadillos in between the cycle lane and the rest of the carriageway. The stuck-on catseyes are replaced with flush-mounting solar LED lights.

Although probably not a serious problem, the low-profile barrier seen in #71088 is starting to lose its white edging strip.

Stage 3 of the Aikenhead Road cycle lane trial sees this low-profile continuous barrier between the cycle lane and the rest of the carriageway. Some minor damage to this barrier can be seen in #71089.

Stage 2 of the Aikenhead Road cycle lane trial has a whole load of bollards, the first two of which are on a small traffic island.

The sign announcing the Aikenhead Road "Cycle Lane Separator Trail". I assume they mean trial. The bus stop has not been provided with a bypass.

The start of the experimental cycle lane in Aikenhead Road, with one solid and one broken line, hatching and stuck-on catseyes (except for the one that came unstuck). More information at http://www.glasgow.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=165 ... [more]

Nothing but Advance Stop Lines on Cathcart Road.

A brand new bridge on Cathcart Road, over the brand new M74 motorway, and what have they done for cyclists?

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