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Glasgow's joined up infra as it transitions from segregated to 'shared with pedestrians'. A pole and a parked van. Nice. https://t.co/I1zYIvWeLB

A solitary sign outside the chip shop declares that the footway on this section of James Street is shared-use. Leads to #33490.

The signs say walk to the right of the line.

Shared use footway blocked by barriers around derelict building, with no diversion. Just as well the street is extremely quiet and doesn't really need shared use footways.

The shared-use footway on London Road approaching the Velodrome, no more than a standard width footway with blue signs. Also a split toucan crossing across the Clyde Gateway road. Location: Scotland, United Kingdom

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

Flooding on the cycle track (see also nearby photos). Location: , Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Cycle track crossing back lane. Location: Candleriggs, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Half of them didn't realise there was a cycle track around the corner. Location: Candleriggs, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom)

More mega ice next to the nicely gritted road at London Road/Trongate. #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/nDvzPSF4jf

Bike Gob pities the gob trying to enter the cycle lane from the other direction on London Rd! #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/xUwaSyWkKk

Nae sweeping of the Glasgow Sauce on the road on London Road. #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/KEoSQ40cBZ

Icy entry to a bus drop zone on London Road. #glasgowcycleinfraday http://t.co/0Jx8xVR9zW

@nigreenways like all good things the segregated cycling in Glasgow comes to an end too soon http://t.co/4m5r3dYJx1

Morris Path has been resurfaced, but the dropped kerbs are far from flush and have a significant upstand. The location may better suit a raised crossing in any case.

A car and a van parked on double yellow lines, the shared-use footway, and blocking the dropped kerb where cyclists are expected to join the roadway. But there isn't any enforcement around here.

The toucan crossing across Greendyke Street with a near-side signal that is impossible to see until you draw level with it. This needs reangled so it can be seen by approaching cyclists, or replaced with traditional far-side signals.

A new arrangement of cycle track between Glasgow Green and London Road, as part of new road layout where all London Road traffic uses the north side of the junction (to the right), removing the gyratory.

As #59263, new cycle signals replacing a toucan crossing at Charlotte Street, but they don't seem to go to green when the parallel pedestrian crossing is green and no conflicting movements are occurring. There is also a significant upsta ... [more]

New cycle signals replacing a toucan crossing at Charlotte Street, but they don't seem to go to green when the parallel pedestrian crossing is green and no conflicting movements are occurring.

Red light for pedestrian crossing on London Road.

Route sign gives directions to the City Centre only for pedestrians, and cyclists are just meant to know that the segregated cycle route goes there by a more circuitous route. The segregated cycle route has been resurfaced, but the surfa ... [more]

Car parked blocking cycle track at St Andrew's Square

"Glasgow on the move"

Ponding across the London Road cycle track

New path to Camlachie Street

Path falling apart

Unfinished work on path parallel to Gallowgate

Paths that don't really join up very well, leading from Clyde Gateway toucan crossing.

Toucan crossing and shared-use footway on London Road, near Glasgow Green (see also #35606)

A new section of cyclepath linking Camlachie Street with Gallowgate

The shared use footway outside the Chris Hoy Velodrome. It stops here and doesn't extend any further east, but doesn't have a dropped kerb for cyclists to rejoin the carriageway.

New dropped kerb at puffin-style toucan crossing in Saltmarket, leading to Smarter Choices Smarter Places segregated cycle route to Glasgow Green

Puffin-style toucan crossing in Saltmarket, leading to Smarter Choices Smarter Places segregated cycle route to Glasgow Green

Smarter Choices Smarter Places cycleway is on shared use footway, and not even a dropped kerb for cyclists who want to cycle on the road in this Twenty's Plenty zone!

New toucan crossing installed across Greendyke Street, but no dropped kerb from adjacent road (see also #49189).

Two-way cycle track along St Andrew's Street. Route has come along London Road and down James Morrison Street (see #35409).

Two-way cycle track on James Morrison Street. Route crosses road to St Andrew's Street (see #35410).

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

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!

The two-way segregated cycle route along London Road has access to side streets opposite via gaps in the dividing strip, blocked to other vehicles by bollards, including at the filling station. However, the gullies have been put in with the ... [more]

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

Bus stop treatment on new two-way cycleway on London Road, much better than #33497 further along the road. Magnatom has produced a video featuring this section of route: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-xu9f8l4sc

Divider strip between new two-way cycleway and main carriageway forces cyclists to turn left into James Morrison Street (see #32198). Cyclists wanting to remain on London Road must leave at escape point (see #33494). Also note that one of t ... [more]

Escape point from London Road two-way cycle route for cyclists going straight on towards Glasgow Cross and not turning left at junction to go down James Morrison Street (see #33495). Also note that divider strip has sloping "forgiving" kerb ... [more]

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.

It looks like cyclists using the London Road cycle track are meant to use the footway to get to and from the section on James Street (leading to Glasgow Green), rather than cycle on the road. No Turn Left sign still says "except buses" b ... [more]

Toucan crossing across London Road installed early 2011 still remains to be brought into use. Car parking still marked in bus lane, including through the zig-zags. Phone box restricts view from one side of crossing.

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]

Cramped shared-use footway under railway bridge at Saltmarket toucan crossing, part of new Merchant City to Parkhead Forge cycle route. See also #32200.

Segregated 2-way cycle track on corner of St Andrew's Street and Saltmarket, part of the Merchant City to Parkhead Forge cycle route, currently being developed (see also #32198 and #32199)

Segregated 2-way cycle track on St Andrew's Street, part of the Merchant City to Parkhead Forge cycle route, currently being developed (see also #32198 and #32200)

Segregated 2-way cycle track on James Morrison Street, part of the Merchant City to Parkhead Forge cycle route, currently being developed (see also #32199 and #32200). This is just around the corner from London Road (see #33495).

Gully installed the wrong way round in Glasgow City Council's "Copenhagan-style" London Road cycle track. The slots should go across-the-ways so skinny tyres don't get stuck.

Current eastern end of Commonwealth Games segregated two-way cycle track on London Road (see also #30520 and #33524). Magnatom has produced a video featuring this section of route: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-xu9f8l4sc

Under-construction segregated cycle route on London Road, to link Glasgow Green and Commonwealth Games 2014 site at Parkhead. A coach was parked on the cycle track further along, completely blocking it. See also #30519

Work underway on creating off-road cycle track alongside James Street, linking Glasgow Green and Commonwealth Games 2014 site at Parkhead. It appears no connections are being made to adjacent side streets like this one on the left! Again it ... [more]

Newly dropped kerbs on approach to Glasgow Green, with People's Palace in background

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