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Cycling in Chorleywood

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Forgot to post this one last week but stumbled across a parallel Zebra crossing on a roundabout arm somewhere outside Rickmansworth. Looks like it's been there a few years. Ebury Roundabout Geometry is horrid & multi-lane is bad, but ... [more]

New Sheffield Hoops being installed on Solomon's Hill, Rickmansworth.

Rather than protecting cyclists outside this busy garage, Herts Highways decided it would be better to just end the cycle lane at this point. Not that a strip of painted road affords any protection mind

The markings of this cycle lane, at the very least, suggest some sort of priority for cyclists over cars turning into the side lane.

There is a huge amount of space on this road for cars, pedestrians, and proper Dutch-style segregated bike lanes.

Just as this stretch of road starts to get more dangerous, the bike lane ends.

Unfortunately, I don't think it's illegal to park in a bike lane if it's bordered by a broken line.

SL06D?? (broken numberplate). Driver mounts pavement at speed to get round Micra waiting to turn right into garage.

DS09XER. Obstructing both pedestrians and cyclists.

Problems with the shared use path at this point: 1) No priority over vehicles entering/exiting the side road 2) Obstructions from signs 3) Poor surface

The Toucan Crossing on this side of the dual carriageway does not change in favour of cyclists/pedestrians immediately after the button has been pressed. Cyclists/pedestrians are forced to wait a long time before they are able to cross. ... [more]

The Toucan Crossing here changes in favour of pedestrians/cyclists immediately after the button is pressed.

Problems with the shared use path at this point: 1) No clear delineation between cyclists and pedestrians. 2) No priority over vehicles entering/exiting the side road (which leads into the marina) 3) Obstructions from signs 4) Poor surf ... [more]

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