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Photo listing : dutch-style cycleways

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All of Orpington could do with better cycle facilities. Sevenoaks road between Green Street Green and Orpington Town Centre has two primary schools. It is quite narrow, and is a bus route, so I would propose a 20mph limit to make thi ... [more]

Bromley Common has some cycle track on the side of the road, however the access on and off them is dangerous requiring a double 90 degree bend, and all the accesses along the side roads don't give priority to cyclists. It is so bad that man ... [more]

The junction at the south end of Crystal Palace Parade continuing into Church Road is very initimidating: the AS box is almost always blocked by motor vehicles, which queue in two lanes which then jostle to merge into one as they move acro ... [more]

Thi lane is for buses only it shoul be opened up to cyclists

No thought as to how cyclists should cross through this busy area to get fro the north of the borough to farborough and Orpington. There is plenty of room to insert cycle lanes.

Near the end of Long Lane, there is a bridge that is vary narrow and is very dangerous for cyclists as cars cannot overtake. I hope there is something that can be done to make this area safer for cyclists, such as an alternative route that ... [more]

The junction of Foxgrove Rd and Southend Lane is a complex busy junction on a rat run which motorised traffic uses to by-pass between Beckenham and Catford. South end Lane is narrow and motorised traffic squeezes past at high speed and with ... [more]

Not a junction, but this road btw LB of Croydon and LB of Bromley is known as the 'Mad Mile' with good reason as recklessly speeding motor vehicles are always a problem. There is an off-road cycling alternative but it has a suicidal method ... [more]

Hi The answer is simple. Cyclists need to be given the space they need at ALL junctions. We need TFL, Local authorities, the Government and the Police to enforce what is already written in the highway code. The code makes it clear that ... [more]

two lanes of traffic, uphill, no place to pass either side

Marlow Road and surrounding roads are used as a rat-run to avoid the lights at the Robin Hood. This is a 20mph zone in which I've seen cars do more than 50mph, and the except Marlow Road all are too narrow for cars in both directions. Hell ... [more]

Worsley Bridge Road (Beckenham to Sydenham) - cars frequently drive fast (40+) and aggressively (close passes, tailgating, honking horns) both down and up this road and it can be a very intimidating experience for cyclists. There should at ... [more]

When the crystal palace park is closed, cyclists will have to go up the Crystal Palace Park Road. At this area, the traffic is not heavy and the vehicles drive very fast up the hill. There are cars parked intermittently along the left side ... [more]

It is dangerous going up the Anerley Hill with busy traffic going up to the Crystal Palace Triangle and vehicles parked on the side.

It is very dangerous to go from the cycle route from Shortlands (along Bromley Gardens, Ridley Road and Ringers Road) to the cycle route along Park Road, Upper Park Road, Orchard Road and Sundridge Avenue. There are no proper cycling lanes ... [more]

Shire Lane in Bromley. This narrow rural road is a popular route for motorists and is used by many cyclists, especially at the weekend. However, there have been fatal car accidents there and it is not a safe route for cyclists. There is a f ... [more]

Heavy traffic up the hill

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