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@MCRCycleSam @RantyHighwayman @CyclingSurgeon @theJeremyVine I guess we should also factor in that you’ll have double deckers coming straight at nearly on the line... 😶 https://t.co/6dNqsRA9eY [See also #139326]

We asked for #SpaceForPeople, but we didn’t ask for skinny lanes, no segregation, and real life experience of the surface of the moon! We can do better! ☹️ https://t.co/dHxTevjhpx [See also #139536]

Another view of the contraflow cycle lane on Argyle Street. The cycle lanes could easily have been painted with a smoother transition in road position. See also #139322.

The contraflow cycle lane on Argyle Street has an abrupt change of direction, following the kerb. See also #139324.

A contraflow cycle lane has been created on Argyle Street, but it is full of broken asphalt and dislodged stonework, and is nowhere near a smooth ride. With on-coming vehicles now in the centre of the carriageway (as in #139536), less oppor ... [more]

Hi @GlasgowCC any chance we can have some enforcement on the corkerhill road cycle path. @UrbanistTOC do you know any others I could tag in this? https://t.co/bnVPgmHFqj

The bus stop on Lancefield Quay, at the popup cycle lane, is still in use so there is a gap in the cones, and as soon as I turned around to take a picture of the end of the popup cycle lane, someone was trying to park a car there, in the wa ... [more]

Although the popup cycle lane has been marked for westbound use only, there is quite a bit of use eastbound, particularly here where the parallel NCN75 Clyde Walkway has been shut due to a building fire.

The popup cycle lane at Lancefield Quay has "No Entry" markings on it, but the parallel NCN75 Clyde Walkway (visible to the right) is closed due to a building fire.

The council has stated that the popup cycle lane is for westbound use only, but this section in particular at Lancefield Quay is seeing significant wrong direction use, since the only other alternative to the closed Clyde Walkway is to cycl ... [more]

The recommencement of the popup cycle lane at Lancefield Quay, where the parallel NCN75 riverside cycle path is shut due to a building fire.

Caught out by the road markings, or a change of mind when the traffic signals changed? The sign reads "Cyclists use Fastlink Carriageway", and a tiny "& cycle symbol" added amidst the "Bus Only" wording.

I guess the road markings are to remind bus drivers turning onto the Fastlink busway to look out for cyclists, but they appear to suggest to cyclists to go straight on, when the yellow sign says to use the busway.

The popup cycle lane recommences in Broomielaw, after George V Bridge, while NCN75 U-turns down a ramp onto the riverside path. The footway along this section ahead is no longer shared-use, but still sees people cycling along it, even with ... [more]

The popup cycle lane continues onto Broomielaw, passing under the Central Station bridge.

The popup cycle lane in Clyde Street.

The Clyde Street popup cycle lane, and a closed layby.

The recommencement of the popup cycle lane in Clyde Street, after Victoria Bridge.

A traffic lane removed on Clyde Street and turned into a popup cycle lane.

The popup cycle lane in Clyde Street, to provide extra capacity for NCN75 on the shared footway.

The plastic ramp hasn't stayed in place, but the sandbags are better than nothing for bumping down the kerb. An asphalt ramp added on top of the road surface would be better.

Start of temporary cycle lane on Clyde Street. People joining from either the carriageway through the cones, or from the ramp from the shared footway.

This is more like it! 😊 shame it starts as randomly as it stops - how about more of this @GlasgowCC and some permanent barriers? Encourage healthy transport! 😁🚴‍♀️ https://t.co/4J5XNGvche

London Road cycle track.

A short length of painted cycle lane appears next to the cycle lane sign. The previous cycle lane sign didn't have any cycle lane.

Whoever designed this does not cycle! The cycle lane being used as a car park goes is obstructed by a kerb at the toucan crossing over to Morrison's supermarket and retail park.

Aside from the cars parked in the cycle lane, the lane is approached through hatching which normally means don't drive or cycle here except in an emergency.

@GoBikeGlasgow University Avenue this week : a @GlasgowCC cycle route @UofGlasgow what about the #vulnerableroaduser https://t.co/LdiKcc19HS

The end of the widened footway and transition onto an on-road painted cycle lane along Alderman Road.

@morebikesplease @PeopleByresRoad @UofGsustain Here was two weeks ago. It's almost like there's a pattern...! Just shows the lack of consideration given to cycle infra that paint is even considered an option here. Anyone who uses the road r ... [more]

Paint is not protection @PeopleByresRoad @UofGsustain https://t.co/BF102sqsik

A mobile shop van parked on a footway buildout rather than using an empty parking space nearer the static shops. The bus stop is only served by the once-a-day service 709. This section of road used to have a cycle lane that followed t ... [more]

This is what happens when you resurface the car driving lane and not the cycle lane. A few years later and the surface has deteriorated so much that it can barely support the road markings.

The usual obstructive parking encroaching the door-zone cycle lane and pavement parking in Alderman Road. Maybe it's time for the Alderman Road scheme to be ripped up and a cycleway built next to the footway and car parking placed next to t ... [more]

I don't suppose it matters that this van is parked in the Meiklewood Road cycle lane, since the cycle route turns right at the end of the road.

Junction potholes in the Meiklewood Road cycle lane.

The parking layby is again too narrow for ordinary cars to be reliably parked within, so eroding the buffer zone that is meant to contain door openings.

Cycle lane or not?

The painted cycle lane on Meiklewood Road goes around the bend, then vanishes for a bit.

The cycle lane on Meiklewood Road starts to move out from the kerb.

The cycle route is also a recommended route for lorry driving!

What is the point of advisory cycle lanes? Cumbernauld Rd today, both sides covered in parked cars @AnnaLangside @GlasgowCC @policescotland https://t.co/ze1547or7Z

A pathetic worn-out narrow painted door-zone cycle lane in Kilmarnock Road from the council that won the "Achievements in Cycling" award at the 2017 Scottish Transport Awards.

The painted cycle lanes start just after the Broomhouse roundabout (M74 motorway junction) and then encounter a bus stop. A stepped ramp footbridge has been provided for pedestrians (including bus passengers) to cross the road.

The cycle lane shifts from the kerbside to the door-zone.

The narrow door-zone cycle lane swerves into the back of some parked cars. On the other side of the road, there's a car parked partly in the cycle lane, partly on the footway.

The Broomhouse cycle lane goes over a flattened build-out, then becomes a painted door-zone cycle lane.

I'm not sure what the purpose of this cycle lane is.

A bus stop bypass with a zebra crossing in Wallacewell Road.

Work in progress on Wallacewell Road.

The broken line suggests that cyclists are meant to give way to turning motorists. This should be erased, and the cycle lane marking continued across the junction. The 20mph school speed limit sign needs realigned to face oncoming traffi ... [more]

A motorist that doesn't understand how the footway works. A bus stop bypass with zebra crossing.

The cycle lane could do with a sweep, but the newly installed light segregation extends the cycle provision to the end of Wallacewell Road.

Newly installed light segregation on Wallacewell Road.

An 'End of Cycle Route' sign approaching the Northgate Road roundabout, but now the cycle route continues along to the end of Wallacewell Road. I don't know why the traffic island encroaches into the cycle lane.

Cycle lane on Wallacewell Road.

Neglected cycle lane in Hawthorn Street.

Someone using the central cycle lane on Cambridge Street.

The stepped cycle lane on George V Bridge is somewhat difficult to get onto from Commerce Street due to all the clutter on the footway, and potentially people waiting at the crossing. But as we can see from #82971, it is only useful for ... [more]

Bridge joints in the new stepped cycle lane on George V Bridge have still to be finished.

If you are going straight on from George V Bridge, the new stepped cycle lane is no use (see #82971), so must continue to use the carriageway, in lane 3. But there's a 20mph sign, so that makes it all right!

The stepped cycle lane on George V Bridge is for left turns only. Anyone going straight on should remain on the carriageway, in lane 3 or 4 (see #82973). Plenty of footway clutter to deal with on the corner.

More waste of paint by Glasgow City Council. The dual use of tin box storage may impress @Bob_Gunderson however... https://t.co/27FfCCrs0W

@ErnieMarples @magnatom @FMcAveety Presumably this "cycle lane" on Govan Rd is also included in km total #pointless https://t.co/ZbbBvLyXlq

More miles for #TeamGlasgow. That painted lane looks so safe (NOT). @GlasgowCC is #lettingtheteamdown https://t.co/YfcNzTVwRc

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]

Apparently @asda is pro cycle lane. Who knew? @GlasgowCC #cyclelane http://t.co/kMqCuKLwRA

Pointless cycle lane on Hawthorn Street, connecting layby to side road.

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