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Photo listing : cycleways (good practice)

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This listing only shows photos within Tower Hamlets.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

There aren't many people using it today due to Coronavirus, but Cycleway 3's crossing of Sutton Street has now been fully painted and the Belisha beacons switched on. https://t.co/W0PvRXXLKW

Low level advanced lights for cyclists on CS2

Route over the railway tracks

Here a coach is unloaded at a floating bus stop. Quick, safe, easy. https://t.co/FYzFUwjMUJ Will locate laters.

New Cycle Route The new cycle and pedestrian shared path linking Viaduct Street and Derbyshire Street, Bethnal Green, is now open. The paved area alongside Oxford House could have outdoor seating if plans for a new cafĂ© come to fruition ... [more]

Cycling facilitated through pedestrian zone. See also #55390.

Cycling facilitated through pedestrian zone.

Construction of segregated cycle lane, island bus stop & pedestrian crossing point @BowFlyover #cs2 http://t.co/KfMHybDZCr

A wide section of the Regent's Canal towpath

The land bridge across Mile End Road

A new bridge across the Regent's Canal at Mile End

The new underpass at Bow interchange. brings you out on the right hand side of the canal.

Curious unmarked bit of what seems to be a cycleway enabling this corner to be cut.

The dropped kerb and tarmacked surface across the pavement here seems to be an unannounced, but very useful link route to the cycleway, which would otherwise be unreachable due to the ahead only signs at the signalled junction here. See al ... [more]

Looking down on Cycle Superhighway 3 CS3 from the Docklands Light Railway DLR

Cycleways are supposed to be separated from footways by some kind of 'upstand'. The idea is to help visually impaired people tell where they should walk and where they can expect bikes. But the problem is that some upstands can trip bikes o ... [more]

These distinctive Cycle Superhighway 3 markings resume again once you're off the development at East India

Cycle Superhighway 3 at East India

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3 crosses a very big road.

Cycle Superhighway 3 I think all the signs on this one post is a brave attempt, but doesn't really work.

Checking behind before pulling out, on Cycle Superhighway 3

Old wharves alongside Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3 this is called 'Narrow Street' !

Bike, boat and bird

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3 blue for the bikes and red for the walkers.

Cycle Superhighway 3 passing through St. James' Gardens

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3 changes sides.

Cycle Superhighway 3

Looking behind to check its clear, on Cycle Superhighway 3.

Cycle Superhighway 3 Judging by those road markings on the side street, there seems to be priority here for the cycleway - but its definitely worth having a good look around first!

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3 I don't really understand why the No Entry sign here is not place on the central island. - Ah, I suppose if they did that then a motorist could drive on the superhighway here and get away with it.

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3

Cycle Superhighway 3 - feels quite like the cycleways I've ridden in Copenhagen.

Cycleway

ASL

Cycle route through Limehouse

Cycle route through Limehouse

Bridge on cycle route through Limehouse

Bridge on cycle route through Limehouse

Bridge on cycle route through Limehouse

Unusual contraflow in Limehouse: cycles travel on the right-hand side of the road.

Unusual contraflow in Limehouse: cycles travel on the right-hand side of the road.

Unusual contraflow in Limehouse: cycles travel on the right-hand side of the road.

Unusual contraflow in Limehouse: cycles travel on the right-hand side of the road.

Unusual contraflow in Limehouse: cycles travel on the right-hand side of the road.

Unusual contraflow in Limehouse: cycles travel on the right-hand side of the road.

Unusual contraflow in Limehouse: cycles travel on the right-hand side of the road.

Cycle crossing

Blue cycle 'superhighway'

Cycleway

Cycle crossing

Cycle crossing

Cycle crossing

Blue cycle 'superhighway'

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