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Photo listing : cycleways

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

There is currently a gap in the shared footway/cycleway along Ashchurch Road alongside Knights Way. The verge in this location is owned or managed by local authorities and there should be sufficient space for a footway and cycleway to be pr ... [more]

We currently have barriers which prevent trailer bikes from accessing the nearby new Churchdown Surgery and the south of Churchdown, there is plenty of space to open up, this is on the NCN 45 route. We are cutting off two parts of Churchdo ... [more]

The continuation of this quiet residential route to join with the cycleway through Barnwood Business Park & connecting with Longlevens would be ideal for young people accessing senior schools in Churchdown and employees accessing the main e ... [more]

Ash Path is not properly surfaced or lit at nights, yet it is the key route for young people accessing senior schools in Churchdown from Innsworth & Longlevens. This route is rutted and muddy for much of the year.

Needs cycleway for young cyclists using the pavements currently on Pirton Lane to access the 7 schools under a 2 mile radius.

This bridge is dangerous with narrow cycle lanes painted on the road and a narrow footpath all in a terrible state of maintenance. There is plenty of space to engineer acceptable solutions

Widen footway between Cheltenham and Uckington Village Centre, to enable cyclists to access Elmstone Hardwick and Stoke Orchard using quiet country lanes

Inconsiderate road users. Cycle priority needed.

Too much traffic with no consideration for cycles. Cycle priority needed.

Too many parked cars and too much through traffic for safe cycling. One way traffic system with parking on one side of the road only would make for better cycling and reduced emissions.

Make 30mph. Popular lane with cyclists but 50mph means fast cars putting a lot of potential cyclists off.

A clear cycle path needs to be created the present one is very dangerous and intermittent

The cycle path stops and this part of the road gets very busy

Reduce speed limit to 30 mph. There is no pavement, and this road it used a lot by cyclists and pedestrians. Doubt there is room for proper cycling infrastructure but something needs to be done to control traffic urgently before a tragedy o ... [more]

It is in need of urgent repairs and to be widened

Cycling between Cheltenham & Gloucester is along here and traffic very busy in rush hours. A dedicated shared cycle/pedestrian way could easily be incorporated in wide verges and on bends.

Fully segrated and protected cycle path in both directions needed on Up Hatherley Way. Ridiculous recent scheme which removed grass to widen only a small section of pavement and paint cycles on the road is a joke.

Safer cycling on the A46 Brockworth to Cheltenham needed

A cycle route between b/c and Cheltenham is badly needed to avoid the treacherous evesham road.

The entire Shurdington Road is a well used route for cyclists, and road markings should be added to indicate it as a cycle route; along with dedicated cycle paths along sections where possible.

Slippery Slope and loose gravel which is not very good to use a Bicycle upon. Tarmacadam needed at the Thomas Telford Bridge.

Social Distancing with the Coronavirus Covid-19 means that more space is needed for people. The Shared Use Bicycle Path in Churchdown gets narrow at the junction because of the left hand traffic filter lane.

Too steep and as rough as hell. The surface is an utter mess with dust and gravel. The gravel is loose, sharp and large. The Bicycle had to be walked.

Shared Use Two Way Bicycle Path (from Gloucester to Cheltenham) becomes a One Way Cycle Lane near the junction. A Bicycle user (from Cheltenham to Gloucester) has to either cross two lanes of traffic or go the wrong way on the Cycle Lane.

Shared Use Bicycle Path.

The Telford Bridge spanning the River Severn at Over. It was built from 1825 to 1828. Used by traffic until 1974. Bicycles and Walkers only can cross over here.

Shared Use Path next to a Bus Lane which allows Motorbikes and Bicycles.

A Shared Use Bicycle and Foot Crossing.

Bicycle and Foot Crossing in Longford Lane.

Shared Use Bicycle Path with a Slow for a side street. The design is poor as the traffic on the side street should be traffic calmed and slow for the Bicycle.

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