Donate using PayPal

Photo listing : cycleways (infrastructure)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

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

Bridge over the River Severn.

Bicycle Path continues but the old 1930s planners sent Bicycle Riders into the road. The person on a Bicycle needs more protection from traffic at junctions.

The 1930s Inter War Era Bicycle Path in Estcourt Road, Gloucester.

Cycleway or Side Street. Estcourt Road.

Slightly steep incline but away from traffic.

Underpass at Elmbridge Court Roundabout under the A417.

An underpass under the A417. Elmbridge Burger Roundabout.

The 1930s style Cycleway with a Bus Halt Lay-by breech. Estcourt Road, Gloucester.

A 1930s style Cycleway with a Bus Halt Lay-by making a breech. Now part of the National Cycle Network NCN 41.

Signs, Pillars and Posts and Railings. Two one way Bicycle Paths with a Bus Lane in Northgate Street, Gloucester. View towards Black Dog Way where the pathway is across the Crossing.

Bus and Cycle Lane in Northgate Street in Gloucester. Equipped with Tactile Paving and a Sign.

The End of the Token Segregated Bicycle Path as well as the Bus Lane. There are Bicycle Stalls. Northgate Street across Black Dog Way and Bruton Way towards London Road which goes under the South Wales Railway in Gloucester.

Northgate Street to London Road in Gloucester. A token Bicycle Path with some Segregation.

Westgate Bridges the in Westgate Street, Gloucester. The Shared Use Bicycle Bridge has a steeper pitch than the Road Bridges.

Westgate Bridges, the Bicycle Walkway Bridge is steep pitch and was not renewed when the two Road Bridges either side of it were replaced.

Townham Bridge over the South Wales Railway on Alney Island.

Cassies Crossing.

Traffic Lights on the Cycleway and Footway. The turn is tight across the road.

Copper Beech by the Bicycle Path.

Here there is road paint which shows the Bicycle Lane marking end yet the kerbs allow for Bicycles to turn left from Kingsholm Road into Sandhurst Road. These Hatching Diagonal Lines are more for the errant motorists which are inclined to ... [more]

Estcourt Road has some Cycletracks from the Inter War Era. They could be updated into proper Dutch Style Segregated Bicycle Paths. Here is the Shared Use Bicycle and Footpath. The work to improve the Crossings with Safe to use at the bus ... [more]

We welcome your feedback, especially to report bugs or give us route feedback.

My comments relate to: *

Your comments: *
URL of page: *
How did you find out about CycleStreets?:
Your name:
Our ref: Please leave blank - anti-spam measure

* Items marked with an asterisk [*] are required fields and must be fully completed.