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A car-sized gap between the water-filled barriers and the sign-post. The barriers are no replacement for the four bollards that used to be here before COP26.

Anyone not turning left must leave the protected cycle lane and use the anonymous advance stop line.

The Bunhouse Road cycle traffic signals are finally operational, about a year after installation. On this occasion the signal was triggered by someone cycling on the footway opposite. See also #183675.

The Bunhouse Road cycle traffic signals are finally operational, about a year after installation. However, some cyclists are continuing to use the pedestrian crossings, including this one who never pressed the button and had to wait a coupl ... [more]

The big cycle traffic signals have been replaced by little ones.

Slow progress on the South City Way cycle route at the Cumberland Street junction.

A detector has now been installed at the Maryhill Road crossing on North Woodside Road.

New detector strips have been installed at the North Woodside Road cycle traffic signals at the Maryhill Road crossing. UPDATE 16/6/2022: Arriving by bike, the detector did not cause the button to light up, so I had to press the button i ... [more]

Detectors have been installed in the Argyle Street footway at the crossing to Bunhouse Road, not just on the side that cyclists will be approaching from, but also on this side which is not part of any cycleway. The signals remain bagged, ha ... [more]

A detector has been installed in the Bunhouse Road cycleway, but is so close to the traffic signal users will have almost stopped before being detected.

The Maryhill Road crossing on North Woodside Road has now been completed. Corduroy tactile paving has again been used erroneously in place of the wider gap Cycleway type. Left and right turns have been banned with the Ahead Only sign.

The new cycle traffic signal at the Maryhill Road crossing on North Woodside Road. Note the Ahead Only sign forbidding left and right turns, including into Hopehill Road for accessing the supermarket.

The finished replacement crossing on North Woodside Road at Maryhill Road. Note the Ahead Only sign on the traffic signal.

The Bunhouse Road cycleway signals at Argyle Street remain under wraps.

Deep sigh. No, this is not acceptable. #SouthWestCityWay https://t.co/6KkLjsPSht

With the local elections approaching, I'd have thought that there would be a little more urgency to get the cycle routes that have been built already properly up and running, but no, the Argyle Street crossing has been rebagged. (See also # ... [more]

Construction of the rebuilt modal filter at North Woodside Road is nearly complete. The road and pedestrian traffic signals have been brought into use, but the cycle signals are still bagged up.

Although now completely unbagged, the cycle traffic signal at Bunhouse Road doesn't seem to ever change to green.

Although now completely unbagged, the cycle traffic signals at the end of Argyle Street don't seem to ever change to green. The approach is still a mess.

The end of the new two-way cycleway on Hamilton Road and transition to one-way with-flow protected cycle lanes beyond the junction.

After a gap of a couple of miles, a permanent cycleway starts on London Road at the London Drive junction. It continues through the Mount Vernon junction onto Hamilton Road. Cycle lights allow cyclists across from the eastbound carriageway ... [more]

The Benalder Street/Argyle Street crossing still awaits commissioning, and signage for former car parking spaces awaits removal. New works have started on the Snow Bridge across the junction, making access trickier.

The cycle traffic signals for the Bunhouse Road/Argyle Street crossing still await commissioning.

The cycle signals at the Argyle Street crossing have been partly uncovered. The tactile paving on this side of the pedestrian crossing has been removed, as have the bollards.

The crossing at the junction of Bunhouse Road and Argyle Street is still not in use.

Waiting on red.

The diagonal cycle crossing from Bunhouse Road to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery still awaits commissioning.

Good to see SCW being well-used this morning. Just a shame they had to wait two and a half full cycles of the lights before being able to cross https://t.co/cyl5jW5cYX

The diagonal crossing from Bunhouse Road awaiting commissioning. See also #172619.

The toucan crossing across Argyle Street has been replaced by a pedestrian crossing and a separate cycle crossing. However, the approach is a bit cramped behind a bit of wall. See also #173170.

The pop-up two-way cycle lane on Royston Road. approaching the Broomfield Road junction. The cycle signals are on green during both general traffic phases, so any turns from the cycleway are not protected.

The pop-up two-way cycle lane on Royston Road approaching the Broomfield Road junction. Note that the cycle traffic signals are green at the same time as traffic is exiting Broomfield Road. The cycle lights were green during both general tr ... [more]

The Garscube Road cycle track is now open for business! Although the elephants feet crossing indicates to cross to Hinshaw Street, there are no turning restrictions, so it is possible to also continue along Garscube Road or head up Firhi ... [more]

The Garscube Road cycle track is now open for business!

This is pretty much the full length of the Hinshaw Street cycleway. It ends at the Maltbarns Street junction.

The cycle traffic signals at Dargarvel Avenue, at the Dumbreck Road/Dumbreck Avenue junction. The junction also has toucan crossings around two sides. The shapes of the gaps do not make it easy to make movements straight across the junction ... [more]

The cycle filter at the end of Dargarvel Avenue has a signal since the junction of Dumbreck Road and Dumbreck Avenue is signalised. However, the gaps are not best aligned for movements straight across the junction.

The northbound South City Way cycle track is now operating at the Cumberland Street junction, but the southbound is closed off awaiting the installation of the two-way cycle track in Gorbals Street. The junction is marked as being for "a ... [more]

The person seen in #168687 gets frustrated at the lack of green signal on the cycle track and moves into the main carriageway to cross St Vincent Street legally on the Elderslie Street green.

Lack of cycle priority at cycle traffic signals on Elderslie Street. This person was already waiting as I arrived, when traffic on St Vincent Street had the green. See also #168688.

The new layout in Cambridge Street. A two-way cycle track has been provided between the underpass from Dundasvale Road to the Renfrew Street junction. The cycle track ends at the Renfrew Street junction at a low-level cycle traffic signa ... [more]

South City Way at junction of Victoria Road and Allison Street.

The connection from Calder Street into the South City Way on Victoria Road. See also #167147.

South City Way at junction of Victoria Road and Calder Street.

The South City Way taking shape at the transition between two-way and one-way cycle tracks at the north end of Pollokshaws Road. I'm not convinced the layout will be used as the designer intended. Surprisingly, no use has been made of th ... [more]

The traffic signals at Lochburn Road are now operational, and the low-level cycle signals give a head-start of a few seconds before the main signals change.

Traffic signals being installed on Lochburn Road at the canal bridge. Low-level cycle signals have been included for cyclists going along Lochburn Road. [Now they are operational, the low-level signals give cyclists a head-start of a few se ... [more]

The Hope Street contraflow cycle lane, part of the West City Way, and leading to the Waterloo Street protected cycle lane.

The pop-up contraflow cycle lane in Gordon Street, signed with temporary 'No Entry' signs, one of which has an 'except cyclists' plate below it, in place of the more usual 'except cycles'. The usual 'No Motor Vehicles' signs have been cover ... [more]

A pop-up contraflow cycle lane has been installed on Argyle Street under Central Station, and other westbound traffic eliminated, in order to provide more space for pedestrians on the opposite footway. Temporary 'No Entry' signs have been p ... [more]

London Road cycle track.

I waited 4 sequences of Argyle st/ Jamaica st🚦- this remained red (having dodged a taxi who’d pulled in and parked on the cycle lane). We simply won’t shift people to cycling if even the limited infrastructure doesn’t work @Glasgow ... [more]

I'm not sure what the barriers here are meant to achieve, or why they are blocking the flagship cycleway on Waterloo Street.

The traffic signals on Alderman Road have acquired a cycle advance green of about 6 seconds before the full green in one direction, plus a toucan crossing on this side for those cycling down the footway of Lincoln Avenue.

The contraflow lane on Gordon Street, with a cargobike and a hire bike in use.

New red cycle lights and low level miniature lights on the Argyle Street contraflow lane.

Waiting for the lights in Elderslie Street.

The Paisley Road protected cycletrack merges into a shared footway around the corner. The diagonal crossing is aligned for those going up and down West St, but has a signal facing anyone coming from Paisley Road, just in case someone wants ... [more]

The original full size cycle traffic signals seen in #72137 have been replaced with miniature ones.

Apart from the incorrect word 'STOP' and the flooding, this is not bad. The signals even seem to change before too long as well (which is rather better than the Wallace Street toucan crossing). The South-West City Way cycle route switche ... [more]

The green light is only for the pedestrian crossing. There is a toucan crossing across Wallace Street at the corner.

Parallel green lights on West Street, but the word 'STOP' and the hatching across the cycle track should not be there. No need to stop when there is a green light. Also note the handrail provided for clipped in pedal users.

Here's one of the better junctions, with direct diagonal cycle crossing. Lights not working yet. http://t.co/Va6YcUT1mz

Everyone waiting while motor traffic is signalled through.

"Cyclists only" unless you run a takeaway. Cycle lights always blocked by 2 cars on Crow Rd #glasgowcycleinfraday t.co/EbylxBI1cp See also #64402 & #64403

"Cyclists only" unless you run a takeaway. Cycle lights always blocked by 2 cars on Crow Rd #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/EbylxBI1cp See also #64402 & #64404

"Cyclists only" unless you run a takeaway. Cycle lights always blocked by 2 cars on Crow Rd #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/EbylxBI1cp See also #64403 & #64404

Berkeley Street lights confusion. #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/T9rHCRm7r8

Hemmed in and waiting again at the umpteenth red on Glasgow's segregated cycling #infrastructure #csconf14 http://t.co/TmTqxeKDXT

Better cycle lane signage might help people understand this is not a great place for a concrete block... #cyclehack http://t.co/R9XHW3j3KA

As #59263, new cycle signals replacing a toucan crossing at Charlotte Street, but they don't seem to go to green when the parallel pedestrian crossing is green and no conflicting movements are occurring. There is also a significant upsta ... [more]

New cycle signals replacing a toucan crossing at Charlotte Street, but they don't seem to go to green when the parallel pedestrian crossing is green and no conflicting movements are occurring.

Red light for pedestrian crossing on London Road.

The stop line for the traffic signals is in the foreground, but there is a "Wait Here" marking on the pedestrian crossing. UPDATE: #62829 shows the "Wait Here" has been removed, and the reason why.

Contraflow cycle track on Elderslie Street, showing priority crossing of back lane, and in the distance, detector-activated cycle traffic signals at Sauchiehall Street junction.

End of King Street contraflow cycle lane. The traffic signals are automatic (not detector-activated) and change at the same time as the opposite side of the crossroads. Previous junction at #35689

Close-up of cycle signal in Crow Road at Broomhill Cross. Cycle signal goes green first while traffic opposite is turning right, and stays on through left turn filter and main green phases. However, cyclists not turning left should not use ... [more]

The second set of traffic signals on Crow Road approaching Broomhill Cross. There is a cycle lane and traffic signal on the inside for cyclists turning left into Clarence Drive. Cyclists going straight on must use Advance Stop Line outside ... [more]

The cycle lights on the two-way cycle track in this picture are for cyclists turning right ONLY. The left turn into the contraflow cycle lane on Elderslie Street (see #31114) is an unsignalled manoeuvre and traffic may be coming in conflict ... [more]

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