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All photos in & around Ancoats

Showing items 801 to 900 from total of 921 locations. Ordered by photo number.

Photo # Photo Caption Categorisation
17232 Photo #17232

Cycle lane within bus lane. Note the way the bus lane red marking has only been added just either side of the line, thereby avoiding issues about streetscape appearance.

General sign/notice:
Good practice
17231 Photo #17231

Cycle lane within bus lane. Note the way the bus lane red marking has only been added just either side of the line, thereby avoiding issues about streetscape appearance.

General sign/notice:
Good practice
17230 Photo #17230

Hybrid cycle lane - cycle lane continues across junction, maintaining priority over sideroads.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17229 Photo #17229

Parking bay provided on other side of hybrid cycle lane.

(Potential dooring zone issue but the cycle lane is wide.)

Car storage:
Good practice
17228 Photo #17228

End of hybrid cycle lane - merges back to road height gracefully.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17227 Photo #17227

Merge from hybrid cycle lane back onto the road (in distance).

Not quite clear why it needs to narrow.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17226 Photo #17226

Merge onto slightly raised hybrid cycle lane

Cycleway:
Good practice
17225 Photo #17225

Merge of cycle lane at crossing.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17224 Photo #17224

Detail of slightly raised hybrid cycle lane continued from photo #17223.

Seems to use a solid white line, so presumably is formally a MCL, as well as no park signs (not that space for unloading would be useful in this location).

Cycleway:
Good practice
17223 Photo #17223

See previous pictures #17222 and #17223. This is the continuation of the cycle lane. Notice how much road space has been given to non-car transport.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17222 Photo #17222

Interesting but apparently controversial road layout, where a bus zone on the left half of the road takes up most of the space, and all other traffic, including cycles goes to the right.

Cyclists have a choice whether to go through the bus area, or rejoin the cycle lane which then becomes of a raised hybrid type.

Personally I thought it worked quite well, though it is perhaps slightly confusing because of the unexpectedness of this arrangement.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17221 Photo #17221

Interesting but apparently controversial road layout, where a bus zone on the left half of the road takes up most of the space, and all other traffic, including cycles goes to the right.

Cyclists have a choice whether to go through the bus area, or rejoin the cycle lane which then becomes of a raised hybrid type.

Personally I thought it worked quite well, though it is perhaps slightly confusing because of the unexpectedness of this arrangement.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17220 Photo #17220

Hybrid cycle lane - on-road but some protection from the traffic. Close up of detail of this particular solution.

The raised height may not be the best solution for this kind of provision.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17219 Photo #17219

Hybrid cycle lane - on-road but some protection from the traffic.

Merges back onto the road height, maintaining priority over sideroads (unlike pavement-style provision).

Cycleway:
Good practice
17218 Photo #17218

Hybrid cycle lane - on-road but some protection from the traffic.

Merges back onto the road height, maintaining priority over sideroads (unlike pavement-style provision).

Cycleway:
Good practice
17217 Photo #17217

Hybrid cycle lane - on-road but some protection from the traffic.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17216 Photo #17216

Well intentioned but useless cycle parking. The picture demonstrates how insecure this is. Totally unsuitable for leaving bikes overnight in what is a new residential development.

Cycle parking:
Problem
17215 Photo #17215

Segregated cycleway across a busy bridge, Manchester

Cycleway:
Good practice
17214 Photo #17214

Segregated cycleway across a busy bridge, Manchester

Cycleway:
Good practice
17213 Photo #17213

Segregated cycleway across a busy bridge, Manchester

Cycleway:
Good practice
17212 Photo #17212

Artistic response to B of the Bang

Bicycle:
Event
17211 Photo #17211

Artistic response to B of the Bang

Bicycle:
Event
17210 Photo #17210

Artistic response to B of the Bang

Bicycle:
Event
17209 Photo #17209

Artistic response to B of the Bang

Bicycle:
Event
17208 Photo #17208

Artistic response to B of the Bang

Bicycle:
Event
17207 Photo #17207

Panel discussion at the CTC/Cyclenation conference, May 2009.

Other:
Event
17206 Photo #17206

Excellent and rousing speech by Koy Thompson to the CTC/Cyclenation conference, May 2009.

Other:
Event
17205 Photo #17205

Olly Glover giving his talk to the assembled CTC/Cyclenation conference.

Other:
Event
17204 Photo #17204

Simon playing his own instrument outside the Royal Northern College of Music

Bicycle:
Event
17203 Photo #17203

Simon playing his own instrument outside the Royal Northern College of Music

Bicycle:
Event
17202 Photo #17202

Tram lines, Manchester

Road environment:
Infrastructure
17201 Photo #17201

Cycle parking in Manchester city centre

Cycle parking:
Good practice
17200 Photo #17200

St Mark's Square, Manchester

Destination:
Misc
17199 Photo #17199

Another convert to the Bickerton Classic

Bicycle:
Misc
17198 Photo #17198

Motorist parked in a hybrid cycle lane, Manchester

Enforcement:
Problem
17197 Photo #17197

Hybrid cycle lane, Manchester

Cycleway:
Good practice
17196 Photo #17196

Hybrid cycle lane, Manchester

Cycleway:
Good practice
17195 Photo #17195

Hybrid cycle lane, Manchester

Cycleway:
Good practice
17194 Photo #17194

Cycle lane across a junction

Cycleway:
Good practice
17193 Photo #17193

On-road cycle lane

Cycleway:
Good practice
17192 Photo #17192

Toucan crossing

Cycleway:
Good practice
17191 Photo #17191

Contraflow at a toucan crossing. Road marking could be improved slightly to put the arrow further to the right in this picture.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17190 Photo #17190

Contraflow leading to a toucan crossing

Cycleway:
Good practice
17189 Photo #17189

Bridge into a housing estate with underpass

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
17188 Photo #17188

Road near crossing

Road environment:
Infrastructure
17187 Photo #17187

NCN route, segregated section near a supermarket

Cycleway:
Good practice
17186 Photo #17186

NCN route, segregated section near a supermarket

Cycleway:
Good practice
17185 Photo #17185

NCN route

Cycleway:
Good practice
17184 Photo #17184

NCN route

Cycleway:
Good practice
17183 Photo #17183

NCN route going under a bridge

Cycleway:
Good practice
17182 Photo #17182

NCN route

Cycleway:
Good practice
17181 Photo #17181

Cycleway join to housing area

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
17180 Photo #17180

New entrance to enable schoolchildren to cycle safety

Cycleway:
Good practice
17179 Photo #17179

Historical bridge on NCN route

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
17178 Photo #17178

Historical bridge on NCN route

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
17177 Photo #17177

NCN route

Cycleway:
Good practice
17170 Photo #17170

New canal infrastructure at the reservoir

Destination:
Misc
17169 Photo #17169

Cycle signage to Gorton

Route sign:
Good practice
17168 Photo #17168

Pinch point; there is a space left to the left where a removable gate could be put back in place if motorbikes create problems.

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
17167 Photo #17167

This sign should really read 'Cyclists give way to walkers'

General sign/notice:
Problem
17166 Photo #17166

Canal path

Cycleway:
Good practice
17165 Photo #17165

Canal path

Cycleway:
Good practice
17163 Photo #17163

Well intentioned but useless cycle parking. The picture demonstrates how insecure this is. Totally unsuitable for leaving bikes overnight in what is a new residential development.

Cycle parking:
Problem
17162 Photo #17162

Pinch point; there is a space left to the right where a removable gate could be put back in place if motorbikes create problems.

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
17161 Photo #17161

Segregated cycleway across a busy bridge

Cycleway:
Good practice
17160 Photo #17160

Segregated cycleway across a busy bridge

Cycleway:
Good practice
17159 Photo #17159

Segregated cycleway across a busy bridge

Cycleway:
Good practice
17158 Photo #17158

Segregated cycleway across a busy bridge

Cycleway:
Good practice
17157 Photo #17157

Segregated cycleway across a busy bridge

Cycleway:
Good practice
17156 Photo #17156

The two white lines on this path show the wheelchair rest area, where the slope is evened out for a metre or two.

Cycleway:
Good practice
17155 Photo #17155

Cycle parking at the entrance to Manchester City Football Club

Cycle parking:
Good practice
17154 Photo #17154

B of the Bang sculpture, being decommissioned

Destination:
Misc
17153 Photo #17153

Approaching the B of the Bang sculpture

Destination:
Misc
17152 Photo #17152

Cycle parking at the stadium

Cycle parking:
Good practice
17151 Photo #17151

Cycle parking at the stadium

Cycle parking:
Good practice
17150 Photo #17150

Exit from stadium

Road environment:
Infrastructure
17149 Photo #17149

Entrance to stadium

Road environment:
Good practice
17148 Photo #17148

BMX area

Destination:
Infrastructure
17147 Photo #17147

Canal route in Manchester

Cycleway:
Good practice
17146 Photo #17146

Canal route in Manchester

Cycleway:
Good practice
17145 Photo #17145

Pleasant route through the New Islington development, Manchester

Cycleway:
Good practice
17144 Photo #17144

Building in New Islington, Manchester

Destination:
Infrastructure
17143 Photo #17143

Advert for New Islington, Manchester, in a Shared Space area

Road environment:
Misc
17142 Photo #17142

Shared Space area in Manchester

Road environment:
Good practice
17141 Photo #17141

On-road cycling in Manchester

Road environment:
Infrastructure
17140 Photo #17140

Cycle lane separated from the main traffic lane by hashing

Other:
Good practice
17139 Photo #17139

Cycle lane separated from the main traffic lane by hashing

Cycleway:
Good practice
17138 Photo #17138

Entrance to a 20mph from a main road (in distance)

General sign/notice:
Good practice
17137 Photo #17137

Contraflow cycleway

Cycleway:
Good practice
17136 Photo #17136

Cycle parking at the Friends' Meeting House, Manchester

Cycle parking:
Good practice
17135 Photo #17135

Message stating that a bike has sadly been stolen from this cage.

Cycle parking:
Misc
17134 Photo #17134

Staff cycle parking at a university location

Cycle parking:
Good practice
17133 Photo #17133

Excellent merge from a cycleway to on-road bus lane

Cycleway:
Good practice
17132 Photo #17132

Cycleway into Manchester city centre

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
17131 Photo #17131

Cycleway

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
17130 Photo #17130

Lack of priority over a sideroad

Cycleway:
Problem
17129 Photo #17129

Cycle route

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
17128 Photo #17128

Cycle route

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
17127 Photo #17127

View from the bridge

Road environment:
Infrastructure
17126 Photo #17126

Bridge for walkers and cyclists near Manchester Piccadilly station

Cycleway:
Good practice

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