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Photo listing : cycleways (problem)

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Add cycle bridge to bridge

Add cycle bridge to bridge

Cycle path needed on Leasowe Road. Very dangerous riding a cycle as road is very straight and long, and cars regularly speed and race reach other.

Originally meant as a cycle path, this path is now a shared path, but it is too narrow, given social distancing , and a large increase in people walking.

Originally meant as a cycle path, this path is now a shared path, but it is too narrow, given social distancing , and a large increase in people walking.

Originally meant as a cycle path, this path is now a shared path, but it is too narrow, given social distancing , and a large increase in people walking.

Originally meant as a cycle path, this path is now a shared path, but it is too narrow, given social distancing , and a large increase in people walking.

A540 is a fast commuter road also popular with cyclists needs a cycle lane along as much of the route as possible

Originally meant as a cycle path, this path is now a shared path, but it is too narrow, given social distancing , and a large increase in people walking.

Wirral Circular Trail, provision required for cyclists and pedestrians to cross the main road at the traffic lights.

Dedicated cycle path needed - very busy with walkers and cyclists and difficult to social distance.

Dedicated cycle path would make cycling between Hoylake and West Kirby safer for all cyclists. Road and path plenty big enough to

2 way cycle path needed, enough room.

Wirral Circular Trail route needs improving with better signage in area between Woodside and Rock Ferry. Current route not suitable for families and signage poor or vandalised.

Crossing from Landican Road to/from Thingwall Road lacks safe cycle route - re-model pavements to create route using crossing point on A551.

Two way cycle lane needed to allow pedestrians and cyclists to use promenade safely and without conflict. Ideally the road should be traffic free.

Make a distinct cycleway in front of college, not just to its north & south.

Commuting to hospital. Needs cycle lane. Pavement could be extended along much of the road and used for bikes.

Very busy road with high speed limit. Cars travel over the speed limit. There is plenty of space to construct a cycle lane.

Very busy road which connect to motorway. Cyclist slow down cars as there is no overtaking area. A cycle lane would be a real benefit There is space to achieve this

Safe cycle lane would make it much safer to ride on this road

Cycleway is often overgrown. Needs to be resurfaced

There is no space for cycling anywhere near these three schools (all of which want to encourage cycling among pupils). Motor traffic is very heavy during school runs and rush hour. This area should be car free for the safety of children and ... [more]

No cycle path on Greenbank Road, connects schools, route into West Kirby town centre. Lots of families live near.

Speed limit too high on busy yet narrow road with no pavement or cycle path that connects to cycle route 56. Add cycle path/footway

Make provision for cyclists turning right off Saughall Road into

No safe exit off cycleway towards Hoylake. West Kirby or Saughall Massie - good cycleway is hardly used because of this.

Tree root damage on path

Having successfully given way at the works entrance on #53818, cyclists are then told to dismount to cross the road, via a caged central island.

It looks like more effort has been put into the grass than the path

The cycle route takes a detour to run on top of the sea wall

Potential for conflict between cyclists and telescope users

A short bit of sand to cross between two sections of concrete cycle track

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