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Another planter displaced in Kelvin Way. Time for something more permanent.

New planters, and the toucan crossing is now free from obstruction. However, the tiny 'No Entry' on the bollard on the right is incorrect because this is just the way you would pass to turn right into the Kelvingrove Art Gallery grounds.

Most folk may cross without making use of the toucan crossing in Kelvin Way, but that's no reason to block the crossing with planters. This raises accessibility issues.

The planters have been moved and are now blocking the cycle lane on Kelvin Way, when they should be protecting it.

Not a care in the world about any inconvenience their parking may cause.

Only one usable gap remains in the closure of Kelvin Way for cycling through. This makes it difficult to turn into Kelvin Way from University Avenue.

Several planters on Kelvin Way have been pushed aside, some of them are obstructing the cycleway. Fly parking is occurring without enforcement.

Part of Kenmure Street has been converted to cycles only to reduce through traffic, but motorists have decided to use both the walking and cycling spaces for motor vehicle parking.

Unlike those in Kinbuck Street at #169712, the planters used to close off Stonyhurst Street do not have room to cycle between them, and there is only room to get around them on the footway. However, possibly not so much of a useful route.

Planters used to close off Kinbuck Street near Cowlairs Park, with room to cycle between them.

A slightly odd arrangement for accessing the cycle lane on Kelvin Way.

Kelvin Way looking south towards Radnor Street. Planters have been used to separate motor traffic going to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery car park from cycle traffic going both ways along Kelvin Way.

Although most of Kelvin Way remains shut to motor traffic, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery car park access has reopened. Planters have been used to ensure drivers take the turn into the car park, while allowing cycle access on the other half of ... [more]

Filtered permeability for pedestrians only in Dunard Street.

Kelvin Way closed to motor traffic to allow more room for walking and cycling. Nothing to say that the road closure is exempting cycles, but people seem to have got the message regardless. Unusually, one of the parking bays extends into ... [more]

No cycle access from Bonawe Street onto Maryhill Road.

Although there are items of cycling paraphernalia back at Carnoustie Street and at Houston Street, this crossing is not a toucan crossing on the path in between the two locations. The space on the central reservation is somewhat restrict ... [more]

The sign gives directions for left and right, but some people may actually want to go straight on, but the way is blocked by a planted area and the Fastlink busway. Behind the planted area is a 3-stage toucan crossing across Broomielaw (see ... [more]

The southern part of Candleriggs has been pedestrianised, but cycling was meant to still be allowed.

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