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University Avenue at the western limit of its reworking. Note the centre line is less restrictive than the lane lines.

A Scottish Power van parked blocking the entrance to a path that links to the Kelvin Walkway.

The end of the new two-way cycleway on Hamilton Road and transition to one-way with-flow protected cycle lanes beyond the junction.

After a gap of a couple of miles, a permanent cycleway starts on London Road at the London Drive junction. It continues through the Mount Vernon junction onto Hamilton Road. Cycle lights allow cyclists across from the eastbound carriageway ... [more]

It made sense to someone… somewhere… https://t.co/vptZitAdIL

The badly placed lamppost referred to in #176480 causes users to end up crossing the tactile paving on a diagonal course, due to the poor planning of the cycleway alignment.

The transition from the path to Bengal Street is a bit messy, since it is missing a bit of asphalt.

With the cycle route on Cambridge Street in the background, still no provision for cycling to it from West Campbell Street.

The Brockburn Road pop-up cycle lane. The ramps at the start of the bus boarders cause quite a jolt and could have been made a bit smoother. Again, Guidance Path tactile paving has been used. Contrary to the fuss being made in the press ... [more]

Cycle symbols have appeared at the entrance to the pedestrian precinct in Cambridge Street, apparently in contradiction to the 'No Vehicles' signs. Sauchiehall Street is a Core Path (which permits cycling), but Cambridge Street is not.

The new layout in Cambridge Street. A two-way cycle track has been provided between the underpass from Dundasvale Road to the Renfrew Street junction. Here the old painted track across the footway from the underpass meets the new track, ... [more]

The northern part of Dunlop Street, looking towards Argyle Street pedestrian precinct. Cycle parking is provided next to the bollards. The two rising bollards are both in the lowered position.

The end of Miller Street looking towards Argyle Street pedestrian precinct. Argyle Street forms part of the Core Path Network, and as such cycling is supposed to be permitted. However, the signs for the precinct do not says this. One of ... [more]

Transition between segregated paths and shared footway, with incorrect corduroy tactile paving.

Drainage problem on the Shields Road cycle track.

The tactiles seen in #70961 have now been installed with the bars parallel to the cycleway, but there's nothing in the regulations to say a diagonal installation is acceptable.

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]

I know this is temporary, but I think more effort could be made to tidy up this transition between the South City Way cycle track and the road at the north end of Pollokshaws Road.

A poor transition between one section of riverside path and another, which could be made much smoother to allow users to concentrate on not hitting the posts instead.

A poor change of surface on the path from Crookston Road into Rosshall Park.

A terrible change of surface on the path from Rosshall Park to Crookston Road. Mind how you go!

The end of the widened footway and transition onto an on-road painted cycle lane along Alderman Road.

Transfer from footway to roadway on so-called East End Regeneration Route, approaching Gallowgate junction, showing potential for left hook.

Start of another section of cycle track on the so-called East End Regeneration Route, this one on the section approaching Parkhead, which is due to open in April 2012. Magnatom has produced a video featuring this section of route: http:/ ... [more]

Start of footway cycle route on EERR, with no connection to side street.

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