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Changed road layout on Shettleston Road – one lane west and two east. Southern lane of road converted to foot way to accommodate flood protection for Camlachie Burn Improvements Project.

First set of traffic calming on Startpoint St, Cranhill

Flytipping on Commonhead Road.

Flytipping on the Seven Lochs Trail near Commonhead Road, additional to #112874.

Inscription at the entrance to the Seven Lochs Trail near Balcurvie Road, seen in #112951.

A piece of art for the Seven Lochs Trail, but also accompanied by flytipping.

The (summer only) free Govan Ferry makes its way across the River Clyde to the Water Row pontoon. It can carry bikes, and details can be found at

A ride along the Glasgow spur of the Forth and Clyde Canal has ended up at Applecross Street Basin.

The Renfrew ferry service is getting increasingly unreliable.

The former staircase entrances to the Clyde Tunnel for pedestrians, closed due to social problems.

There are intercom panels next to the former stairwells in the Clyde Tunnel, in addition to those at the entrances and exits.

A new arrangement of bike stowage on a type of train that didn't previously have any designated bike space.

I'm guessing that as part of the proposed cycle route along Jura Street, this entrance to Bellahouston Park will be rebuilt to include a wider gate and better path around the back of the bowling green pavilion.

A generally forlorn look to the underpass linking Drumoyne to the biggest hospital in the city.

Graffiti on the walls of the Moss Road expressway underpass, leading to Glasgow's biggest hospital.

More obligatory shots for #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17 - the lauded but distinctly average red tube over the expressway. I mean, it's fine but...

Aikenhead Road. Where the seasons change faster than the lights do. #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17

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This is a bit of a climb. #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17

Some pedestrians on the cycle path. ? #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17

This is not shared space and there's no legal/safe exit, but it's where the path goes. #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17

Is this perhaps the best Glasgow has to offer? Clyde Place #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17

(via email) From North St into Woodlands Rd: "tramline" in the middle of the cycle lane & overhanging bushes #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17

National cycle route 7 again. Potholes, metal sticking out of path, random damaged concrete markers. #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17

Space for buggies?

I only found this on my second attempt at looking for it. "Glasgow's first community public bike pump", on Argyle Street in Sandyford.

Officially approved advertising?

A continuous footway, Glasgow style! The concrete surface is all cracked up, with a couple of potholes filled already, and an advertising board, facing motor traffic, blocks most of the width of the footway.

Golly, wonder how that happened. Lawless sponging drivers burdening city taxpayers with crash repair costs yet again?

Giant Hogweed plantation in Pollok Park.

Going down into the underpass. Location: Shieldhall, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom)

The free Glasgow Cycle Map available through the public transport information racks at St Enoch Subway station.

Bollards, and pedestrian signage for the Clyde Tunnel

Here's a classic door zone sort of cycle lane in Maxwell Rd, Pollokshields. No #spaceforcycling here eh?

Oh no - the @ScotRail bike storage only suitable for weightlifters!

Partially fenced off subsidence on path constructed under Safer Routes to Schools programme. The newer fencing has been painted black. There is cracking in the asphalt most of the way down this path.

Drainage repair work being carried out, but without any warning on approach ramp. Someone could collide with barrier since it only becomes visible at the last moment when going down the ramp into the underpass.

Barriers across cycle path at road crossing

Artwork installed as part of the Langlands Cycle Path

Take it easy.. Glasgow 2014 track

Double dare... An exhilarating drop. Glasgow 2014

Tradeston ('Squiggly') bridge at Broomielaw

Large-slotted gully 2/3 across width of widened cycle path at bottom of slope. This could easily catch the wheel of a cyclist not paying attention, and should be moved to the edge of the path.

The South Portland Street Suspension Bridge

Filtered permeability allowing bikes to cross onto North Woodside road but not cars

Do people still build paths this narrow? New path in Richmond Park, Glasgow, that could easily have been made suitable for cycling.

Glasgow Harbour New housing on the site of the old Meadowside granary on the north bank of the Clyde. Barclay Curles crane in the background a reminder of the Clydes industrial past. This is where Glasgow City Council wants to divert ... [more]

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