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Colleges Cycle Route on footway along one-way section of West Princes Street. The next section has a line down the middle, but is signed with a standard unsegregated shared use sign.

Colleges Cycle Route continues straight on, along the footway because of one-way road.

End of route, without any end of route sign. Cyclists could be forgiven for thinking that route continues along footway.

New toucan crossing between James Street and Glasgow Green. Crossing has been moved slightly further away from the junction, putting it on a narrower section of footway, obstructed by sign posts.

Ridiculous narrow shared-use footway/cycleway on dead-end Camlachie Street, that isn't even continuous!

Newly "converted" cycleway/footway next to Fielden Street, with overhanging bushes and other obstructions

Narrow shared-use footway on Cowcaddens Road that forms part of Colleges Cycle Route

New urban shared use footway on Gallowgate, near Parkhead Forge shopping centre. Bus shelter blocks most of footway, leaving just 1.15m between shelter and edge of kerb!

End of on-road segregated section (start at #33359) of the cycle route from Glasgow Green to the Commonwealth Games site on London Road, and beginning of the shared footway section. The cycle route extends beyond here on the footway to ... [more]

Nothing's moving in Stevenson Street (Twenty's Plenty zone) but cyclists are told to use footway!

Cyclists using the new Merchant City to Parkhead Forge cycle route are told to use the narrow footway rather than use the carriageway on fairly quiet roads such as Stevenson Street and Crownpoint Road. This is the staggered Give Way junctio ... [more]

Shared-use cycleway/footway passes bus stop on London Road, something of a contrast from #33496

Sign on Glasgow Green to Commonwealth Games (James Street and London Road) cycle route says route terminates at Nuneaton Street until April 2012 when it will be extended to the Commonwealth Games site at Parkhead.

Bus stop treatment (or lack of) on cycleway on James Street, Bridgeton. There's not even a high kerb on this newly installed facility.

Accesses across the cycle route on James Street, Bridgeton

What happens next? End of the line segregated section of the Glasgow Green to Commonwealth Games cycle route on James Street, Bridgeton.

Inappropriate shared-use footway cycle route along quiet back street. When this cycle route was initially being discussed it was on the basis that it was on-road. No effort has been made to convert the footways to shared-use other than sign ... [more]

Inappropriate shared-use footway cycle route along quiet back street. When this cycle route was initially being discussed it was on the basis that it was on-road. No effort has been made to convert the footways to shared-use other than sign ... [more]

Shockingly narrow shared-use footway alongside 50mph dual carriageway section of Maryhill Road. No effort has been taken to convert this from a standard footway. There is a better cycle route through the science park, running parallel to th ... [more]

The narrow redetermined shared-use footway of North Hanover Street at the Cowcaddens Road junction. The Cumbernauld to Glasgow cycle route meets the Colleges Cycle Route at the cycle sign. Glasgow City Council is preparing to install a p ... [more]

In the foreground is the redetermined footway of North Hanover Street, part of Glasgow City Council's flagship Colleges Cycle Route which turns left at this point up a path towards Strathclyde University. The footway beyond this junction is ... [more]

In the foreground is an ordinary footway (no cycling allowed). The path on the right is Glasgow City Council's flagship Colleges Cycle Route, coming from Strathclyde University, and this then turns and heads up the redetermined footway (cyc ... [more]

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