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The gully in #51324 is now blocked with mud.

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]

The Drumchapel Way path awaits improvement.

No progress on building a proper path here. This is shown as a cycleway in Glasgow City Council's GIS system.

I guess this is how the council monitors cycle lane use.

The drainage issues on Dalsholm Road in Dawsholm Park remain unremedied.

Woodland path between Ascot Avenue and Strathcona Drive, possible to get a bike along, but not very easy due to surface and gradient.

No attempt has been made by the housing developer to integrate the existing paths into the new road layout, let alone upgrade them. The path on the left connects Daldowie Road with Caledonia Road at the bus terminus.

Unswept cycleway in Archerhill Road.

There's a pothole in that muddy puddle, but no warning sign has been provided.

Not as bad as #173674, but all the signs that this will be yet another unpleasant autumn and winter for users of the cycle off-slip from Balshagray Avenue.

The off-slip from Balshagray Avenue frequently ends up like this, due to lack of maintenance. Location: Broomhill, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom)

The Drumchapel Way path surface is poor.

The path does not have a proper built surface.

More debris collecting around the bus stop boarder, but correct cycleway tactiles, on Royston Road.

The build up of mud around the bus boarder after flooding, such as seen in #169649.

Accumulated mud in the faded cycle lane in Broomfield Road.

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. Each build-out across the cycle lane on the hill has attracted accumulations of mud and other debris. Unlike the bus boarders, there was no indication of priority for pedestrians crossing the cycle ... [more]

The path from Canniesburn Road going over to join the Garscadden Way and Drumchapel Way.

Drainage problem on the Shields Road cycle track.

Regular parking spot in the pop-up cycle lane in Bilsland Drive, and also further drainage issues.

Drainage problems on pop-up cycle lane in Bilsland Drive at toucan crossing next to Ruchill Park.

Drainage problems on pop-up cycle lane oon Bilsland Drive.

Collapsing and muddy tactile paving at the M8 on-slip toucan crossing at Craighall Road.

Evidence of a desire line through the park from Kelvinhaugh Street to Corunna Street, avoiding Argyle Street. From Corunna Street there is a de facto quietway to the city centre via the Skypark path.

The path surface has become mud on this short section.

A big hole in the path between the bollards, and evidence of flooding and poor drainage.

As I've mentioned before (see #107159), this is listed in Glasgow City Council's database of cycle routes.

On the left, the Garscadden Way, leading to the Drumchapel Way, and on the right, the path through to Annan Drive. Both could do with some proper path building works.

Next the Drumchapel Way goes up some shallow steps as it starts to head towards Kinfauns Drive.

The optimist in me wants to believe that this section of the Drumchapel Way path is currently being upgraded.

Navigation on the off-road sections of the Drumchapel Way is by marker post. Here the posts indicate a turn to the right.

The Drumchapel Way leaves Southdeen Avenue and doubles back into the Garscadden Burn Park.

The winter has taken its toll on the Garscadden Way. This is listed as an official cycle route in the council's GIS system at https://glasgowgis.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=0a599fa51e3d4460a615653700769bf7

A connection between Netherton Road and the Forth & Clyde Canal, with damaged sign, mud, and a chicane barrier.

The path from Cardowan to Cardowan Moss can be a bit wet here in times of less dry weather.

There appears to be some demand for a ramp to bypass the steps up to Dalmarnock Road.

NCN7. A mud pit because it's often (presumably illegally?) driven on. #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17 https://t.co/DXj0zXUQdL

As welcome as the rebuilt paths connecting to the Kelvin Walkway are, some have brought thier own problems, including here mud washing down onto the main path. There were problems here before, but now worse than ever! The sign covered in ... [more]

Welcome as these improved paths are, they've caused problems on the main Kelvin Walkway, including mud washing down the hill.

The Garscadden Way heading towards its southeastern end.

The Halloween Pend, an old tunnel under the Forth & Clyde Canal. Not much use for cycling, unless you don't mind a bit of scrambling and ankle-deep mud. More information at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcKoypTGPG8

The sign in #86811 reckons this path is wheelchair accessible. It was difficult enough steering a bike through the narrow gap.

Path from houses at Aultbea Street, and muddy path down from the main road at Castlebay Street.

Useless barriers blocking path, but motor vehicles driven across grass, turning it into mud, plus uncollected rubbish next to bin, and path still covered in autumn's unswept leaf fall, causing clothing to get covered in muck for anyone cycl ... [more]

Icy muddy corner with van sticking nose into the hell of the Berkeley Street cycle lanes. #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/CHd3i1ReZV

My first #glasgowcycleinfraday entry. A fantastic mini cyclocross cycle lane. http://t.co/VOU24I8Kg4

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)

Mud collecting at the bottom of unswept underpass. One of the problems identified about the underpass before it was upgraded was poor drainage. It seems that this hasn't been sorted.

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