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A Nextbike bike hire station on the corner of Firhill Road and Garscube Road, with stands for ordinary and electric hire bikes.

Electric bike hire stands at North Woodside Road. This area will be rearranged as part of the Connecting Woodside project, but at the moment any ebikes placed in the stands would be obstructing the footway, and due to the location of the dr ... [more]

A rather disjointed looking cycle connection between Springbank Street and Garscube Road at Queen's Cross, but a connection nonetheless. And cycle parking.

Steps and half-width ramps on the path between Baird Street and Sighthill.

An 'Accident Blackspot' sign in Royston Road.

A footbridge across the M8 motorway, connecting Queenslie Industrial Estate and Garthamlock.

The path behind the recycling centre at Queenslie.

A path from Bartiebeith Road that heads around the back of Queenslie Industrial Estate, next to the M8 motorway.

A short length of painted cycle lane appears next to the cycle lane sign. The previous cycle lane sign didn't have any cycle lane.

An old railway track alongside the A752 at Drumpellier Country Park, which would make a better route for the Seven Lochs Trail than the footway of the A752. It just needs a path to be built on the trackbed and across to a road crossing. Vie ... [more]

The Seven Lochs Trail joins Commonhead Road.

The end of the loop to the viewpoint. See also #113014.

The sign points to a viewpoint, but the more direct route is to the right. See also #113015.

One of the signs is clearly not pointing the right way, and the surface is poor, but the path behind the camera is being rebuilt (see #113011).

A cross-roads of paths, where the Seven Lochs Trail turns left.

The road crossing at Lochend Road could be better.

An entrance to the Bishop Loch section of the Seven Lochs Trail at Auchingill Road.

The Seven Lochs Trail at Auchingill Road, Easterhouse.

A signpost on the Seven Lochs Trail, where the path ahead leads over to Gartloch.

Marker posts on the Seven Lochs Trail.

A signpost for the Seven Loch Trail at Easterhouse.

A sign for the Seven Lochs Trail in the woods at Easterhouse.

Entrance to the next section of the Seven Lochs Trail. (Close-up in #112952.)

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

An attempt to tidy the area up but flytipping hasn't been eradicated.

I'm not sure what this sign means in the context of a residential road with footways.

Marker posts guide the way along the Seven Lochs Trail around Easterhouse.

A sign for the Seven Lochs Trail on Gartloch Road. I hadn't noticed any other signs since leaving Cardowan Moss, and although I know my way around here, there is potential for people to get lost in the Tillycairn Road area.

Marker posts guide the way along the Seven Lochs Trail in Cardowan Moss. Although this one has lost its badge, the location of the other post around the corner, and the lack of another post straight ahead, mark the turn.

A signpost on the Seven Lochs Trail in Cardowan Moss.

Marker posts guide the way along the Seven Lochs Trail in Cardowan Moss.

Route signs for the Seven Lochs Trail at Avenue End Road. The path connection across the other side is not so great, but the signs point the way into Hogganfield Park.

Route signs for the Seven Lochs Trail at Avenue End Road.

Sustainable drainage provides space for roadworks signs! Beyond the sign, there's another of those mysterious ramps as in #112831.

Egress from the Robroyston station car park on the Millerston side is via the bus turning circle.

Cycle parking at Robroyston rail station. There is cycle parking on both sides of the line.

Robroyston station car park, Millerston side, including cycle parking.

A general view of the Millerston side car park at the new Robroyston rail station, seen from the station footbridge.

A general view from the Robroyston station footbridge looking northwest towards the M80 motorway junction. The two roundabouts on the meandering station access road can be seen before the massive roundabout at the motorway junction itself.

A general view of the car park and road layout at Robroyston station, looking north, seen from the station footbridge. The road access on this side is somewhat indirect.

Cycle parking at Robroyston rail station. There is cycle parking on both sides of the line.

The entrance to Robroyston railway station.

Some sort of ramp between the roadway and the footway, then a footway crossing on the approach to the station access. There's another of these ramps at #112866.

The home straight for the road to Robroyston station. An unusual location for a 'No Through Road' sign.

The exit for Robroyston station on the M80 junction roundabout.

A toucan crossing across a motorway sliproad at Robroyston.

Although there are no signs on this section, this footway joins together two toucan crossings so can probably be considered shared-use. The roundabout on this side of the motorway has been considerably enlarged.

A toucan crossing at Saughs Avenue. There is no indication whether or not the shared footways continue beyond the crossing up Saughs Avenue.

A toucan crossing across Saughs Avenue.

The start of the shared footway along Saughs Road, that starts at a turning built for some future development that as yet hasn't been built.

A shared footway and toucan crossing on Saughs Road. The shared footway on this side continues as far as the dead-end turning for a future development, and the footway on the other side of the road becomes shared-use at the crossing.

The shared footway between Saughs Road and Robroyston Road. It continues as far as the Nova Business Park.

The start of the shared footway on the east side of Robroyston Road. Just a dropped kerb to allow cyclists to join.

The cycle lanes have pretty much vanished from Robroyston Gate.

The cycle lanes painted when the business park was first built have all but disappeared from the road. Not that they made much sense.

A cycleway around the roundabout in Nova Business Park.

A shared-use footway on Robroyston Park outside the Nova Business Park.

Accident area!

A tiny sign giving some cycling directions on Ashfield Street.

Path from Claddens Quadrant over to Ashfield Street.

End of some part-time limit in Randolph Road.

Just as I was about to leave Victoria Park, I noticed this bollard emblazoned "Park Cycle Route End".

Pedantic signage for the Clyde Tunnel northbound entrance and southbound exit. Why sign the exit from here?

A large empty junction at Arklet Road/Lunan Place/Arngask Road.

Ramped access to the underpass under the M8, linking Barfillan Drive and Jura Street to Craigton Road. This is the nearest dropped kerb if coming from Jura Street. Lots of roadspace crying out for some reallocation to enable active travel.

Temporary road access to an industrial estate (created when its regular access was blocked by long-term utilities work) now blocked off.

A route sign for NCN7/75 on Linthaugh Road, and cycle only access on Dormanside Road.

A route sign for NCN7/NCN75, and council signs for the local path network.

A minimalist crossing put in for the Cardonald Quietway. Basically a patch of asphalt on the central reservation. Slightly diagonal too.

Footway cycle markings near Leverndale Hospital.

The start of the cycle markings on the footway of Leverndale Road. Unlike the dropped kerbs at the roundabouts, here the white diagonal line encloses the dropped kerb.

Footway cycle markings on Leverndale Road.

Footway cycle route on Leverndale Road.

Markings on the footway at Leverndale Road.

Markings on the footway at Blacksey Burn Drive.

Crossing point at Raeswood Road.

The fire path from Crookston Road approaching Langlook Road.

Cycle lanes approaching the Crookston Road junction.

The start of cycle lanes at the Lidl roundabout in Dalmellington Road.

Cycle lanes around the roundabout.

Cycle lanes around the roundabout, handy if you want to turn left.

Nonsense cycle lanes in quiet Dalmellington Road, when cycle provision is really needed on the main road, Crookston Road.

A tiny notice explaining how Advance Stop Lines work to drivers. I can't imagine many notice this, or take the time to read it.

Wide cycle lanes on a residential access road Dalmellington Road, but none on the main A736 Crookston Road to get to here. Also, while pedestrian and emergency vehicle access is available direct to the cul-de-sacs, cycle access is only a ... [more]

A learner driver being taught to stop short of the (worn out) Advance Stop Line and Box Junction, while another driver stops right in the Box Junction.

Crookston shops on Barrhead Road.

A path junction in Househill Park.

The main path in Househill Park.

The cycle route towards Paisley passing under Crookston Road, and following the White Cart. The ramp up to Crookston Road (at #112178) can be seen to the left.

A hair-pin bend in the ramp up from the White Cart path to Crookston Road.

Signs at the junction of NCN7/75 and the riverside path in Rosshall Park.

The sign in #33288 still standing defiantly!

A very old 'No Cycling' sign at one end of the path to Mallaig Road (seen in #112293).

Footway cycling on Langlands Road where the painted cycle lanes are blocked by parked cars.

Cycle markings on Skipness Drive.

A dropped kerb has indeed been installed (see #98305), providing access to the toucan crossing.

The Clyde Tunnel cycle track now has a dropped kerb across the end of it at the Cressy St junction.

The exit from the southbound pedestrian/cycle Clyde Tunnel. Although each tunnel is one-way for cycles, pedestrians can use either tunnel in either directions. How are pedestrians entering here expected to know about the possibility of a ... [more]

Inside the southbound pedestrian/cycle Clyde Tunnel.

The path from Drumchapel to Annan Drive, Bearsden, is a bit on the narrow side.

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