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A zebra crossing on the Bunhouse Road cycleway. This one has tactile paving for pedestrians on one side only.

The incorrect tactile paving (corduroy in place of cycleway) is still in place on Old Dumbarton Road.

The Old Dumbarton Road cycleway still has incorrect corduroy (Hazard) tactile paving, and for some manoeuvers from Bunhouse Road, it is so close to the junction that cyclists will still be turning when crossing it. Leaf and other autumn ... [more]

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

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.

Zebra crossings across both the carriageway and cycleway on Bunhouse Road. It is unclear whether pedestrians are allowed or barred from the former shared use footway.

Zebra crossings across both the carriageway and cycleway in Bunhouse Road.

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.

The replacement Clyde Place cycleway is finally open.

Slow for the incorrect tactile paving and portaloo.

The crossing to the east of Bunhouse Road has now been provided with asphalt ramps to aid pedestrians crossing. No sign of either dropped kerbs or raised crossings being installed. Incorrect corduroy (hazard) tactile paving is still in plac ... [more]

The first of the petty 'Cyclists slow down' signs in Dawsholm Park.

'Cyclists slow down' in Dawsholm Park, with barriers. The barriers have been repositioned slightly further apart, but are still overlapping, and do not conform to any standard for anti-vehicle barriers. Imagine trying to get your shopping h ... [more]

'Cyclists slow down' in Dawsholm Park, with more barriers.

'Cyclists slow down' in Dawsholm Park, in case you've not noticed yet another barrier on the path.

The Sawmill Road junction used to have the cycle path on a former railway bridge over the top of the road, but now that has been demolished, the cycle route is on the South Street shared footway to the right. The footway on this side res ... [more]

Parking bays have been painted on the road adjacent to the double white lines. Even on a bike, there is insufficient room to safely pass parked vehicles without crossing or straddling the double white lines. The parking bays and double whit ... [more]

The Sauchiehall Street cycleway is still closed for a short distance near Dalhousie Street. See also #172679.

The pop-up two-way cycle lane on Royston Road approaching the Broomfield Road junction. Note that the cycle traffic signals are green at the same time as traffic is exiting Broomfield Road. The cycle lights were green during both general tr ... [more]

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

The end of the pop-up two-way cycle lane on Royston Road. The cycle route continues around the corner to the right.

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

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.

The Garscube Road cycle track at the entrance to the Oakbank Trading Estate. There is a flashing LED cycle sign, but this one didn't light up, unlike one further south.

The Garscube Road cycleway still unopened at Possil Road. See update at #171177.

The northbound South City Way cycle track is now operating at the Cumberland Street junction, but the southbound is closed off awaiting the installation of the two-way cycle track in Gorbals Street. The junction is marked as being for "a ... [more]

The connection from Calder Street into the South City Way on Victoria Road. See also #167147.

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 South City Way taking shape at the transition between two-way and one-way cycle tracks at the north end of Pollokshaws Road. I'm not convinced the layout will be used as the designer intended. Surprisingly, no use has been made of th ... [more]

The South City Way taking shape at the Cumberland Street junction.

The Howard Street contraflow cycle lane with orca protection. The traffic island here has been made less obstructive too.

A bus stop boarder followed by a sudden swerve around a marked parking bay.

Pop-up cycle lane on Great Western Road, at bus stop near Balvie Avenue. The tactiles are of the lesser-spotted Guidance Path type, in a rubber stuck-down form. I think the pipe might be the drainage.

The Alderman Road cycle lane ends by veering into a signed but not marked shared footpath across to Kelso Street.

Pop-up cycle lane on Hawthorn Street. At this point, it is a door-zone painted cycle lane next to marked car parking bays.

Raised crossing where NCN756 and Piccadilly Street meet.

Excellent signage at the Scottish Water work on the Garriochmill Road access to the Kelvin Walkway. A short path has been laid around the back of the work compound to maintain pedestrian and cycle access.

The usual obstructive parking encroaching the door-zone cycle lane and pavement parking in Alderman Road. Maybe it's time for the Alderman Road scheme to be ripped up and a cycleway built next to the footway and car parking placed next to t ... [more]

Broken bollards and broken speed cushions on Netherton Road.

A blind corner risk on the new Summertown Road shared footway. Note that the position of the dropped kerb discourages cycling away from the wall and towards the kerbline where there is better visibility.

A bus stop bypass on Paisley Road cycletrack.

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!

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.

The covered walkway/cycleway between the SECC and Minerva Street

A new bus shelter in the way of the Clyde Gateway cycle track, which has been crudely diverted around the side, without any footway widening. Madness!

'Allo 'allo 'allo, what do we have 'ere then? An inappropriately positioned bus shelter obstructing the cycle track, and no widening of the footway to compensate.

A new toucan crossing across Crown Street, next to Albert Bridge. I pressed the button to cross, waited, crossed during a gap in traffic, then it detected that I had crossed and cancelled the call button.

Perhaps a bit late to be telling cyclists coming down the hill in King's Park to go slow!

A van parked partially over the end of the path from the King's Park station underpass. Would the driver park over any other junction mouth like this?

West Street into Clyde Place is anything but slow!

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