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Photo listing : cycleways

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Needs a Toucan crossing here

The popular Kensington High Street cycle route has been replaced by...parked cars 👏🏽

To think the @RBKC might actually remove these bicycle lanes. These child friendly, eco positive, carbon neutral bicycle lanes. Surely not? #TheRoyalBoroughOfPetrolAndPollution #KensingtonHighStreet #SaveTheLane #CitizensAssemblies https:// ... [more]

High Street Kensington will become increasingly dangerous as large numbers of cyclists flood onto it from C9. A proper segregated bike lane will be needed or injuries will be almost certain.

Cycle path please.

Need protected cycle way between The Broad Walk and the entrance to the Albert Memorial on the A315.

Often 3 lanes of westbound traffic merging into 1 lane. Cars everywhere and no cycling infrastructure. Road plenty wide enough to accommodate a cycle lane.

Need advanced stop line for bikes and reduction of car lanes to 2 from 3 to give more space for bikes and a cycle lane. Very busy junction with high cycle use and no cycling infrastructure.

This is a very busy road for cyclists but is very dangerous - all the way along the embankment from Chelsea bridge to cremorne road. It is a wide road often dual or 1.5 carriageway. Put in a curbed bi-directional cycle lane and you would tr ... [more]

Segregated cycle lanes required ASAP. This is an extremely dangerous section of road leading into central London

No proper cycling lines - a lot of traffic - very dangerous

Holland Park Avenue is a dangerous and inhospitable place for vulnerable road users. It is essential to instal segregated cycle lanes and traffic calming measures to allow people to safely travel to work and school.

Allow cyclists in Holland Park. Holland park is a North-South feature where cycling is forbidden (but all sorts of cars and vans may drive in for different reasons). It blocks any route East-West that tries to avoid the dangerous roads that ... [more]

Allow cyclists in Holland Park. Holland park is a North-South feature where cycling is forbidden (but all sorts of cars and vans may drive in for different reasons). It blocks any route East-West that tries to avoid the dangerous roads that ... [more]

Allow cycles in the opposite direction to traffic in this short road. This is the only reasonable straight route to avoid High Street Kensington (which has no cycling facilities).

Allow cyclists to ride here. This is the only reasonable back "road" to avoid insane traffic in High Street Kensington (which has no cycling facilities).

Heavy speeding traffic causing many collisions.

Unsafe junction for cyclists and pedestrians. Constant heavy traffic along Ladbroke Grove and coming from Sainsbury's make crossing hazardous to both pedestrians and cyclists.

Permanent cycle lane to improve N/S links from transportiinfrastructure to Thames path etc

Lack of cycle infrastructure on Kensington High Street is almost criminal. No connection between C9 and CS3 going to be a death trap in the future.

Pop up Cycle Lanes willesden junction to PADDINGTON. Harrow Rd

Safer junction for people cycling. Critical issue with this junction as cars frequently squash you into the side of the road. There's a tiny cycle lane once you get onto Ladbroke Grove but drivers ignore it. Ladbroke Grove & Harrow Road

Dangerous crossing - Segregated cycle lane that actually works and is useful in both directions. It would be great if this could continue in both directions, along the Vale/Uxbridge Road and Holland Park Avenye

Awkward place to put the cycle lane on Holland Park - and is that really meant to be wide enough for two-way cycling?

Southern end of the Holland Walk cycleway

Shared-use signs on NCN route 4 - perhaps it's a new Toucan crossing?

NCN route 4 passing beneath the Albert Bridge

Cycle routes right (NCN route 4 under the Albert Bridge) and left, to the bridge

Right-turn lane on NCN route 4

Link to the Holland Park cycle route

Now a busy commuter route parallel to Kensington High St

pointless No Cyclng signs on what is now a busy commuter route parallel to Kensington High Street

pointless No Cyclng signs on what is now a busy commuter route parallel to Kensington High Street

Security gate at Kensington Palace - now a busy commuter route

Studio Walk, Kensington Gardens - now a busy commuter route

Kempsford Gardens on a quietway route

Holland Walk

Cycle contraflow, Earls' Court

Pedestrian / cycle subway

Holland Park cycle track

New pedestrianisation and Boris-bike station at South Ken tube station

Contra-flow cycle lane - bit too near to parked cars.

Cyclists wanting to go straight on here I think have to follow the cycleway on the right - but it is rather confusing.

Rather a complex cycleway arrangement here, and some good cycle parking. Cyclists wanting to come straight on to here, from the road opposite, have to make their way right over to their right, cross in the narrow section, and return to t ... [more]

Quite a long cycle bypass lane.

Contra-flow cycling in Kempsford Gardens

Exit from Grand Union Canal cycle path to Ladbroke Grove

The underpasses have been closed at the Shepherds Bush roundabout (new cycle route to the left).

Cycle route around the Shepherds Bush roundabout (where the underpasses have been closed).

Access to cycle route around the Shepherds Bush roundabout.

Road closure and crossing over the Earls Court one-way system.

Cycle route to Kensington Olympia.

Cycle crossing on the route to Kensington Olympia.

Route down the east side of Holland Park (usually).

NCN route 4 turning off the Earls Court one-way system onto Lots Road

NCN 4 using a poor shared-use footway on the Thames Embankment.

Contraflow in Kensington and Chelsea (approaching Earls Court)

Contraflow in Kensington and Chelsea (approaching Earls Court)

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