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Shortcut, No Cycling sign, no dropped kerb.

Although these signs carry a negative, their main message to me is that a shortcut exists.


Barwell footpath

I thought the covert CCTV warning was about cycling, but it is about dog poop.

This strange mix of shared use and no cycling on the same pole is still here at the end of 2018. See #28576.

Footpaths through Desford

Hill in Desford

Steps with steep ramp bypass.

Punitive chicanes padlocked to the ground.

Lots of space for car parking - but no space apparently for cycling - yet the presence of the mean spirited no cycling sign here does suggest there is a desire to use this as a convenient cut through!

A well worn out no cycling sign, probably the reason for no dropped kerb here.

Its a shame that this is also no-cycling - and there's quite a lot of fencing at the end, so perhaps it is used for cycling anyway.

The no cycling sign here demonstrates that there is a desire for cycling along here, but that the need has not been met. It should be easily possible to make this a cyclable route - if there was the will.

Loads of room here could make a really convenient cut-through that is cyclable. The "No Cycling" symbol is really a sign that there is a desire for this to be cyclable, and that there is failed permeability and planning.

This no cycling sign is probably one reason why this cut through has no dropped kerb.

Cycling prohibited on the shared use path on the Hinckley bypass (Normandy Way). Blue signs are only advisory so presumably the red cycling prohibited sign trumps the blue one for this section. Welcome to Leicestershire 2011 - yes to … [more]

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