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Photo listing: road environments (problem)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

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

Pinch point on Sapcote Road, Burbage.

This housing development appears to have been built with cycling access, but it’s usually gated off when I go by. Signs claim that it’s private.

Roundabout sponsored by an independent firm of funeral directors.

Roundabout sponsored by an independent firm of funeral directors.

Pinch point

Highfields Road one way, Hinckley.

Car litter.

Shared use comes to an end, cyclists continue on the road at this junction. CYCLISTS REJOIN CARRIAGEWAY

Shared use joins carriageway at a short advisory cycle-lane ahead of a pinch point.

Awful, dreadful. End of a short piece of shared use footway.

Cars already being stored half on the footway at this unfinished new development - what more proof is necessary that something is fundametally wrong with the design of these streets?

A pinch point on Coventry Road, Hinckley

The A444 passing Twycross zoo, the width of the road and volume of traffic make this very hostile for cycling.

Car storage accommodated bit cycling prohibited.

Castle Street Hinckley, one-way and apparently 'NO CYCLING' according to this non-standard and hence probably invalid sign.

If you want to go straight on here, turn left, do a youey (a u turn) and then turn left. No attempt here made to cater for the cyclist and pedestrians are boxed in and controlled to give way to the mighty motor vehicle.

A mysterious safety zone with incomprehensible road markings here. What is that white dashed line along the left side of the road, is it a parking area, or is it a cycle lane (less likely) ? I say mysterious because everywhere on the road … [more]

I find this section of road rather uncomfortable to ride because its a busy road and feels very closed in, and the corner ahead is a bit blind.

Signalised crossroads on Hinckley bypass (Normandy Way and Ashby Road) has no phase for pedestrians or cyclists using the shared use path

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