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Photo listing : cycleways

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This listing only shows photos within Barrow-in-Furness.
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There is no cycle lane southbound. The northbound cycle way has obstacles built in making it far safer not to use them and cycle past these obstacles on the main carriageway. The obstacles need removing to allow a straight, continuous cycle ... [more]

The current cycle lane here (southbound) is not fit for purpose. It is safer to cycle on the road to the annoyance of motorised transport. The junctions where the cycle lane crosses (ASDA, Argos, Farmfoods) are dangerous for cyclists to use ... [more]

Cycle lane needed from end of existing cycle lane at junction of Jute Road, along Ironworks Road, along Phoenix Road to join the A590 at the Fire Station. This will help BAE workers to commute from a large section of the town.

This is a new road layout which has made it more difficult and dangerous for cyclists. Cycling infrastructure needs adding to make it safe for cyclists to navigate this junction.

The cycle lane stops abruptly here. Cycling workers travelling to/from BAE need good, safe access. The cycling lane needs to be extended from where it stops to Bridge Road.

A safe, separate cycling access to BAE is needed from Walney. This is a VERY busy road with no cycling provision. Safe cycling lanes are needed here to encourage BAE workers to cycle to work.

A cycle lane is needed in both directions to give BAE workers safe access to/from the town centre to/from BAE.

On Abbey Road, SW bound, the cycle lane finishes at Park Drive. A safe, separate cycle lane is needed between Park Drive and Ramsden Square to allow cyclists to access the town centre.

Travelling from Barrow to Ulverston by bike can be achieved using fairly good and flattish lanes, avoiding the A590 BUT there is a section from London Road to Pennington Lane which requires cycling along the A590 in Lindal. The road is narr ... [more]

1. Highway code Rule 140 is NOT being enforced. Enforce it! 2. The trees too often close the cycle lanes with overhanging brances. The Council should keep the lanes clear of both branches and debris/slippery mud.

Rating Lane serves 3 large education facilities and also has Barrow's largest primary school at the bottom of the road. The current cycle paths are on both sides of the road and during school drop off/pick up times are inaccessible due to p ... [more]

Cycle lane to connect A590 to Abbey Road.

Cycle lane to connect Kirkby/Askam/Barrow to encourage cycle commuting, cycle lane on road or to follow railway?

Road wide enough for cycle lane both sides to encourage safe cyclist commuting from Ulverston to Barrow and return.

Road wide enough for cycle lane both sides to encourage safe cyclist commuting from Ulverston to Barrow and return.

Road wide enough for cycle lane both sides to encourage safe cyclist commuting from Ulverston to Barrow and return.

Extend cycle lane all the way down Abbey Rd and add barriers to protect from traffic. Will help hospital staff in cycling to work safely.

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