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This listing only shows photos within Southampton.
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Raised crossing in residential area.

A 'Cyclists Dismount' sign almost hidden by the ferry terminal entrance sign. What a shame!

An 'End of Route' sign where clearly the cycle route continues across the other side of the road, and no dropped kerb on one side of the crossing. Broken tactiles becoming a trip hazard.

The cycleway is on the right hand side, and on-coming cyclists are hidden from view by the bush approaching the crossing point.

Cycleway used as footway since the service road only has a footway across the other side, and an awkward turn with limited visibility due to bushes to cross service road.

Cycleway gives way to footway and heads for strip between dual carriageway and service road.

Minimal width pedestrian crossing across dual carriageway retail park access, without pedestrian/cycle signals.

Although the crossings at this junction are toucans, the shared-use footways just stop, without notice.

Give Way, including on the ghost island! The link between the shared use footway along The Avenue and the entrance to Southampton Common.

From here, cyclists can choose to turn right onto Central Bridge, or cross the road and head straight on towards Marsh Lane.

The start of the segregated cycleway on Marsh Lane, but the kerb forces a swerve out into traffic in order to leave the carriageway!

A bus/cycle only road crosses the main pedestrian precinct at the Bargate.

No mention of NCN route on signs at humped toucan crossing with badly worn stop lines.

NCN route 236 crosses Western Esplanade on an ordinary 2-stage pedestrian crossing and not a toucan crossing.

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