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Damage to a sign post and a wrecked cycle stand, while the Fire Path markings on the traffic island are almost unreadable.

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

Damaged cycle parking stand in Woodlands Gate.

The double yellow lines continue across the advisory pedestrian crossings and into the Restricted Parking Zone where double yellow lines are not meant to go. There are no markings or signs to say that the parking extending into the distance ... [more]

Another view of the 'Give Way' line in #182981. Note the pedestrian using the diagonal cycle crossing.

A cluttered approach to this 'Give Way' line. See also #182982.

'Give Way' lines leading from the footway onto the roadway of Maryhill Road.

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

An off-side cycle lane on Hopehill Road. I'm not sure what this is for.

The end of the Ferry Road cycleway, with a Give Way back onto the carriageway. This road is a dead end for motorists, but leads to the National Cycle Network.

Erased markings at the junction of the Old Dumbarton Road, Benalder Street and Ferry Road cycleways. The plans used in the consultation period showed a mini-roundabout!

The Benalder Street cycleway crosses Old Dumbarton Road without priority.

The finished state of the end of the Benalder Street cycleway does not involve traffic signals after all, and an upside down Give Way triangle is all that assists cyclists in rejoining the flow of traffic.

The Bunhouse Road cycleway crosses Old Dumbarton Road without priority, and illegal parking restricts visibility.

The Bunhouse Road cycleway priority crossing as seen from the car park. Restricted visibility, tiny Give Way markings and an offside information sign.

Priority has returned to the Bunhouse Road cycleway at the car park entrance, but has been indicated by a random use of miniature Give Way markings as the only indication of this.

It made sense to someone… somewhere… https://t.co/vptZitAdIL

The badly placed lamppost referred to in #176480 causes users to end up crossing the tactile paving on a diagonal course, due to the poor planning of the cycleway alignment.

Having started with a clean slate, it is disappointing to see such a misalignment at the end of the West Street cycleway. The badly placed lamppost forces users to choose between going one side or the other, one of which means that they wil ... [more]

The new cycle track connecting the Tradeston Bridge to West Street. The route to the right is only for going to Paisley Road now, since the diagonal crossing at the Kingston Street junction has been removed and mandatory turn signs point to ... [more]

The replacement Clyde Place cycleway is finally open. Here it meets the South West City Way.

The replacement Clyde Place cycleway is finally open.

The replacement Clyde Place cycleway is finally open.

Not much evidence of there being a COP26 diversion route around this corner.

A parked van blocking access to the new cycleway on Benalder Street.

Slow for the incorrect tactile paving and portaloo.

Temporary signs obstructing the northern end of the Benalder Street cycleway. Still no progress to report on the installation of traffic signals implied by the stopline and pedestrian crossing studs, or how the cycleway ties into the roa ... [more]

Still no raised crossing or dropped kerb to join the Benalder Street cycle track, which otherwise appears nearly complete, apart from the lamppost. UPDATE: These issues have now been resolved, see #175144.

The junction of Sawmill Road and South Street. NCN7 is visible on the footway to the right.

Two-way pop-up cycle lane on Royston Road, at a bus stop boarder. Again, mud has accumulated at the bottom of the ramp, due to water running down the hill.

Two-way pop-up cycle lane on Royston Road, with a bus stop boarder. Again, the ramps are sharp and slowing down is good advice. The tactiles are of the correct type.

A cycle route is signed through the narrow underpass between Dumbarton Road and the ground to the rear of Lennox Avenue. Pedestrians walking to Victoria Park would be well advised to ignore the signs and walk in the direction not signed ... [more]

I came around the corner from Barrhead Road into Pollokshaws Road to find the footway there is now shared-use. There was no obvious start to this.

A gap is available for accessing the Paisley Road protected cycle track from Dalintober Street.

Car parking on the Spean Street shared footway.

The South City Way cycle route on Victoria Road. Note how the right hand side of the cycle track gets narrower over the width of the road crossing. The markings should guide cyclists away from this area, where the kerb has upstand as the ra ... [more]

The new one-way system in Hyndland now makes it difficult for cyclists to use the quiet streets to avoid the main roads. No exemptions have been made to permit two-way cycling.

Pop-up cycle lane on Hawthorn Street. At this point, the door-zone painted cycle lane (see #156185) leads into the remains of the original cycle lane in Hawthorn Street (see #25292), without addressing the problem of them being on the wrong ... [more]

The cycle route crosses Govan Road from Burleigh Street to Pearce Street.

The Garscube Road cycle track taking shape, at the Corn Street junction.

The signs say mandatory right turn, but the cycleway on Sauchiehall Street is two-way, so cycles should be exempted. The signs should also be 'mandatory right turn ahead' to diagram 609, due to their position in relation to the junction.

A sign for the Seven Lochs Trail on Gartloch Road. I hadn't noticed any other signs since leaving Cardowan Moss, and although I know my way around here, there is potential for people to get lost in the Tillycairn Road area.

Egress from the Robroyston station car park on the Millerston side is via the bus turning circle.

The entrance to Robroyston railway station.

A tiny sign giving some cycling directions on Ashfield Street.

Footway cycleways routinely used for car parking at Leverndale Hospital, including more tyre tracks seen in the frost.

Footway cycle markings near Leverndale Hospital.

Footway cycle markings on Leverndale Road.

Footway cycle markings at the main Leverndale Road roundabout, and a van driver parked on the footway cycleway across the road.

Markings on the footway at Blacksey Burn Drive.

Unusual markings on the footway.

Langhaul Road approaching the Leverndale Road roundabout. Suddenly cycle marking start appearing on the footway, without any dropped kerbs to get there.

The full length of the Pearce Lane cycle track. For some strange reason, the dropped kerb at Water Row does not extend to the full width of the cycle track.

A protected cycle lane along Pearce Lane, between Pearce Street and Water Row.

A "Cycle Quietway" has been signed through Knightswood, crossing Alderman Road here at Commore Drive. Again the buffer strip between the car parking bay and the cycle lane does not allow sufficient space for a car to be parked between th ... [more]

I was surprised to see this sign at the newly rebuilt Partick Bus Station. The pedestrian crossing around the corner has been removed. Non-bus traffic has to use this lane past Partick Bus Station, but a left turn is required to get to t ... [more]

This appears to be the end of the Dyke Road cycleway and the cycle route to the new BMX centre in Knightswood Park. I'm surprised the footway hasn't been widened behind the toucan crossing traffic signals to allow more room for turning.

The Dyke Road cycleway at the Craggan Drive junction. Although the cycleway markings suggest the cycleway has priority, the 'give way' markings at the kerbline have not been refreshed and there is a danger drivers from Craggan Drive will pu ... [more]

A junction between a section of cyclepath alongside the M8 motorway and Bredisholm Road coming off its bridge over the motorway and A8 dual carriageway. If the intent was that cyclists would go to Bargeddie (and not straight ahead to Bailli ... [more]

My thanks to @GlasgowCC for cutting back shubbery blind-siding cyclists at this difficult junction on Pollokshaws Rd . Cycles giving way to vehicles at the junction is not great but the poor view of the vehicles from the high vegetation mad ... [more]

A new shared footway on Archerhill Road, leading to the BMX Centre at Knightswood Park.

A new shared footway on Archerhill Road, leading to the BMX Centre at Knightswood Park.

The Summertown Road cycle route leaves the shared footway for the carriageway. Spot the clues.

No access to the cycle track from the side road. Not unique.

One road exits to Paisley Road West, the one opposite only has pedestrian access. A missed opportunity to improve cycle permeability for local journeys. 20mph zones only on side streets in Glasgow.

The contraflow cycle lane on Blythswood Street is still incorrectly signed.

Give way to construction traffic in Richmond Park.

The roundabout now includes a shortcut for Fastlink buses only. No cycling through this! Also, the traffic signals for the bus gate have been replaced by a Give Way.

A right turn cycle lane for avoiding the roundabout when going into the end section of Nithsdale Road or turning into Moray Place, but could do with some cycle markings and an 'except cycles' plate below the 'No Right Turn' sign.

Not sure I can do this justice in photos. Alignment with dropped kerb is... bad. #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17 Gorbals Street https://t.co/5Z69lUGAoE

What starts off like a positive permission to cycle ends up more like an ultimatum!

A green strip has appeared at the new Blythswood St contraflow (foreground) and with-flow (background) cycle lane. Awaiting lining and signage.

A new contraflow cycle lane on Holm St, still awaiting signage.

Two one-way streets join to form a two-way street. Little need for giving way, except for U-turners.

Baltic St provides a low-traffic route right across Dalmarnock, but here at Springfield Road the route is obstructed by a kerb. Dropped kerbs are provided at pedestrian crossing points each side, but they are off to the side and not ideal f ... [more]

No enforcement of bus gate, so little compliance.

Preparations have been made on Blythswood St for the contraflow cycle lane, but signage and lining has still to be done. On the near side of the junction dropped kerbs have been installed to allow cycling over the footway, unlike the far si ... [more]

A random "Cyclists Dismount" sign on car park access road, approaching NCN 7 & 75 on Pacific Drive.

The cyclepath merges with the footpath, but someone has decided a full Give Way marking is required.

I can't help thinking that this sharp corner could somehow have been avoided.

Potential for an impasse

Another tape-covered lamppost that has priority over cyclists.

Slow down and Give Way to a lamppost.

Paint and stripy tape will make it better!

The end of the inexplicable and abandoned cycleway on Saracen Street (see also #83824). Are cyclists expected to bump the kerb and use the ASL feeder?

Brand new. What a shambles. This council is ripping the pish out of us, folks. https://t.co/EWsktpLR7v

The new section of cycleway along Clyde Place.

"Look both ways" has been added to the carriageway at the Berkeley St/Claremont St junction, in what looks like a lettering size intended for pedestrians.

The cycleway turns left via a wider shared-use footway section. For everywhere else, there is a multi-stage toucan crossing to the opposite side of the road (where the lady in hi-vis is waiting) for the Shields Road cycle track northwards, ... [more]

The cycleway and footway are vulnerable to rogue car parking in this area. The width of the junction opening doesn't help with this. But are those yellow painted markings indicating a rethink on the kerbs? UPDATE: #71206 shows new kerb a ... [more]

The segregated cycleway crosses the car park access with priority over exiting vehicles, before merging into a shared-use footway.

Shared-use footway on London Road approaching the Velodrome. Location: Scotland, United Kingdom

So, apparently this sort of thing is totally OK in Glasgow - Rutherglen Bridge - #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/daI2rOd4rx

@GoBikeGlasgow Tiny sliver of good news: new warning signs and road paint on #connect2. Took 6 mths http://t.co/rzk0kMa0c4

A Give Way for vehicles exiting yard at cycleway crossing, but minimal visibility. No Give Way for vehicles entering where visibility is better.

A change back to unsegregated shared use from line segregation. Painting the Give Way triangle on top of the tactile matting reduces its effectiveness.

The wrong sign for a line-segregated route. But there used to be the correct sign for this at this location (see Streetview).

Poor drainage, and a very steep ramp up to the bus stop crossing, on the Balmore Road segregated cycle track (see close-up at #58584)

A minor road crossing on the short length of segregated cycle track along Balmore Road

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