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Photo listing : cycleways (infrastructure)

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Short stretch of shared-use footway west from Letchworth station

NCN route 12 crosses both carriageways and turns left towards Letchworth station

Link west from NCN route 12 in Letchworth

NCN route 12 on a shared-use path in Letchworth (and a cyclist on the road)

NCN route 12 on a shared-use path past a bus-stop.

NCN route 12 crosses Broadway and takes the shared-use footway to central Letchworth

Start of shared-use path to the crossing over the A505 on NCN route 12 south from Letchworth (and a cycle stand at a closed shop).

End of shared-use route, apparently, on NCN route 12 south from Letchworth

Start of shared-use path into central Letchworth

The cycle route from Hitchin to Letchworth turns left off the A505 (unsigned) and rejoins the carriageway.

Shared-use path with Cyclists Dismount sign - the route goes past the bus stop and crosses the road at the Toucan crossing.

End of the route past Sainsbury's, Hitchin

Route past Sainsbury's, Hitchin - no link to the cycleway across the stream.

Route past Sainsbury's, Hitchin

Route past Sainsbury's, Hitchin

One side of Hitchin's Market Place is a cycle route

No Motor Vehicles in Hitchin churchyard (except for loading) and a traffic-free road alongside.

Start of byway from central Hitchin to the Oughtonhead Common Nature Reserve

Byway to central Hitchin

Link from the byway between central Hitchin and the Oughtonhead Common Nature Reserve

Start of byway to central Hitchin

Start of byway to the Oughtonhead Common Nature Reserve, Hitchin

Byway from the Oughtonhead Common Nature Reserve to Hitchin (and parallel footpath to the right).

Byway past the Oughtonhead Common Nature Reserve, Hitchin

Link from the Oughtonhead Common Nature Reserve, Hitchin

Cycle route through the Oughtonhead Common Nature Reserve, Hitchin

Convenient service road parallel to the A600 Bedford Road, and crossing to a path with a No Cycling sign (although OpenCycleMap shows it as a cycle route).

End of the paved bridleway past Hitchin Rugby Club to Bedford Road

Paved bridleway past Hitchin Rugby Club to Bedford Road

Modal filter, Hitchin

Northern exit from Ransom's Recreation Ground, Hitchin

Routes at the north end of Ransom's Recreation Ground, Hitchin

The route through Ransom's Recreation Ground, Hitchin

Narrow start of the route through Ransom's Recreation Ground, Hitchin

Crossing from the Ransom's Recreation Ground, Hitchin

Left-turn cycle lane - not so much for access to Dacre Road, but for the crossing to Ransom's Recreation Ground

Some minor rat-running has been blocked by making the east side of this junction cycles-only.

Paved cut-through towards Baldock station

Paved cut-through from Baldock station

Cut-through in Graveley

NCN route 12 heading north from Stevenage

NCN route 12 heading north from Stevenage

NCN 12 heading south to Stevenage

NCN route 12 heading north from Stevenage.

Segregated route from the cycle parking at Hitchin station

Looking east onto byway

Cyclable route through a decrepit industrial area in Royston.

Cycle route under the railway at Letchworth

The cycleable route swings right into Letchworth while a footpath continues by the railway.

The Letchworth Garden City Greenway - as at #46314, the cycling symbol seems to have been removed

Shared-use path on one side only of the Hitchin-Letchworth road

Public footpath, part of the Letchworth Garden City Greenway and so possibly a permissive cycle path - certainly used by cyclists!

Shared-use path on one side of the Hitchin-Letchworth road, with no indication of where it starts (and rail-replacement bus)

Links to the new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

Link to the new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

Link to the new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

Links to the new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

Link to the new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

Links to the new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

The new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

Link to the new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

Link to the new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

Access to the new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

Road crossing to the new underpass beneath the railway at Royston - a major Sustrans Connect2 project funded by the Lottery

Royston - cycleway around roundabout

Bridleway to Barkway leaving Reed

Bridleway from Barkway to Reed

Bridleway from Reed entering Barkway

Bridleway and 'Road Used as Public Path' ahead - bizarre designation!

View south along NCN12 Great North Way. Section here is a roughly surfaced bridleway, so not suitable for road bikes with fragile tyres. Further south it narrows to a field path width.

Cycle track alongside the A10 (crossing the A505 from Royston).

Dead-end in Royston.

Paths give good permeability to the estates of northeastern Royston, but there's no actual link to the road.

Cut-through from the station to the estates of north-east Royston.

Cut-through from the estates of north-east Royston toward the station.

Cut-through from the station to the estates of north-east Royston.

The descent to Royston on the Icknield Way path.

Two logs designed to deter motorbikes from using the Icknield Way path.

The Icknield Way footpath continues to the left, but cyclists should follow the farm track to the right.

The Icknield Way Path

The Iclnield Way Path - the surface isn't always this good, alas.

Shared-use footway on one side of the A10, Reed

Byway to Newsells

The attractive byway west from Barley.

Start of byway west from Barley

A perfectly cycleable footpath link to the Icknield Way

Create a cycle access here into the car park outside Waitrose superstore. Position the Toucan crossing here to link directly in without any awkward manouvres.

The existing public footpath is well used. This needs to be surfaced and widened to be suitable for shared use.

These green corridors will make excellent traffic free walking and cycling routes. Link to all cul de sacs.

Create a link here to Wallington Path

Take path around end of turning head. Drop kerb for access on and off road. Keep path beyond away from boundary line for good visibility.

Existing rough path to bridge

Existing rough path up to bridge

Proposed routes through the recreation ground. On the left to the Tene, on the right through to the High St via Simpson Drive. Replace gate with a wider ride through control that allows simultaneous 2 way passage. Suggest widening to the ... [more]

Pepys Way makes an excellent traffic free link. At the North end it needs to be made accessible by dropping the kerb, cutting back vegetation and introducing parking restrictions. The path surface needs to be sealed.

Newbolt Has obvious potential as a shared use path. Needs to be widened and maintenance of hedges would need to be thought about but otherwise is ideal.

Paths suitable for shared use with the following measures: 1. Widen (move light poles). 2. Introduce drop kerbs

Pegasus crossing with seperate crossing and waiting areas for horseriders on the left, and for cyclists / pedestrians on the right. Letchworth Gate, North Herts

Pegasus crossing with seperate crossing and waiting areas for horseriders on the left, and for cyclists / pedestrians on the right. Letchworth Gate, North Herts

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