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A Fire Path closed to cycling on Wilton Street.

The fire path from Crookston Road approaching Langlook Road.

The fire path between Langlook Road and Crookston Road does not permit cycling, but could easily be modified to do so.

"No vehicular access to Langlook Road" Why not exempt cycles from this restriction?

Wide cycle lanes on a residential access road Dalmellington Road, but none on the main A736 Crookston Road to get to here. Also, while pedestrian and emergency vehicle access is available direct to the cul-de-sacs, cycle access is only a ... [more]

A Fire Path road closure without any provision for cycling, even though the road behind the camera leads to the National Cycle Network.

A forlorn Fire Path in Hobart Street, with no exemption for cycling.

Gap through Fire Path, but is it legal to cycle?

@cyclestreets Firepath with cycle lanes, W Princes St, Glasgow.

The upper part of Wilton Street has an elongated fire path. There is a gap at the side but is most likely for drainage rather than bikes.

Closed road with Fire Path and a cycle gap at each side

Diagonal road closure of Old Dumbarton Road at Yorkhill Street/Regent Moray Street. Although physically possible, it is illegal to cycle through. There is a Fire Path beyond the Puffin crossing.

Fire Path where cyclists are legally allowed to go around the side.

Fire Path with no (legal) allowance for cycles

Fire Path in closure of Old Dumbarton Road at Yorkhill Street junction, with no provision for cycles. However, the dropped kerb of the Puffin Crossing is frequently used by cyclists going to and from the nearby NCN 7. Interesting road marki ... [more]

Firepath in Uist Street. Gaps at side, but probably not legal to cycle through.

Novar Drive blocked near Hyndland Road, without any gap for cycles. UPDATE 2015: There is now a smooth strip through the centre of this Fire Path, although the signage is unchanged. See #73117.

Cycle link at end of Marlborough Avenue linking to Crow Road blocked by car parked across entrance of cycle track. Cyclists tend to use gap in Fire Path instead. See also #34310.

Cycle link from Crow Road to Marlborough Avenue at risk of blockage from car parking. This one has left a little space, but see #34311 taken from other side of Fire Path.

Spot the through route for cycles! No Through Road without "except cycles" plates, poor signage of cycle bypasses to Fire Path road closure. Colleges Cycle Route on West Princes Street.

Cycle track linking Queen's Drive and Langside Road, signed with "Recommended Route" sign rather than "Cycles Only" like other similar links. Langside Road runs parallel to Victoria Road and provides a much quieter alternative route for cyc ... [more]

Queens Park Avenue cycle track created as part of Cathcart Road Route Action Plan but never signed or marked across footway at road closure.

Myrtle Road cycle track (see #34250) viewed from Aikenhead Road, showing the high kerb built right across it, confirmed as contractor error, since rectified.

Myrtle Park cycle track has had a high kerb built across its Aikenhead Road end (see #34251), confirmed as contractor error, since rectified. Cyclists coming from Polmadie Road can turn here to head for the Victoria Infirmary and Queen's ... [more]

Cycle track and firepath at end of Dixon Road, plus toucan crossing across Aikenhead Road

Ashfield Street road closure. There used to be Fire Path signs here, but there isn't much of an obstruction left now. UPDATE: As of April 2014 this road closure has been removed and there is now a standard cross roads at this location.

Fire Path in Hamiltonhill, with no cycle track. Cycling through this is illegal, and so is driving or parking a car!

Fire Path, with no cycle track, at end of Glencoe Street, at Bearsden Road. Traffic signals nearby break up traffic on the main road, so it is quite easy to get across to the supermarket and shops on the other side, but it's illegal to cycl ... [more]

Fire path (with bollards!), and gaps at side *may* be for cyclists to use, but no-one is sure. One is blocked by a bollard, and both frequently get blocked by parked cars in any case.

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