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Photo listing: cycleways

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This listing only shows photos within Wolverhampton.
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Make Bilston Street two way for cycles to allow connection between cycle paths on Market Street and Bilston Street Island.

Curent cycle lanes on busy road need segregation from traffic

Current cycle routes converge here but cyclists cannot cross - add dedicated cycle crossing between Lock Street and Broad Gauge Way

Compton Rd is wide enough for segregated cycle track. Needed to protect from traffic and would be a key connection.

Climbing this steep road is slow and cars frequently pass too close. Needs cycle lane/track.

Current pedestrian and cycle crossing is unsafe and needs a toucan/tiger crossing to allow cycles to cross and use the cycle paths.

The existing shared pedestrian/cycle lanes are disjointed and unsafe. A dedicated cycle lane in the carriageway would make a main Wolverhampton to Birmingham route much more accessible. A 30mph speed limit in the interim would help.

Make speed limit all 30 miles per hour on A449 (Penn Rd) from Penn Island to Wolverhampton ring road.

A dedicated, separated cycle yeah is required. This is a main route into and out of the city and at present is a death trap.

A continuous bus/cycle way, the current one stops and creates a pinch point for cyclist to get trapped in.

Cycle bypass of Merry Hill island for turning right onto Trysull Road from Coalway Road.

Entrance to Smestow Valley nature reserve

Bridleway to Cromwell Road at the Greenfield Lane entrance, Wolverhampton

Bridleway to Green Field Lane, Wolverhampton

Newhampton Road East. This carefully planned 1.5metre wide advisory lane through the new splitter islands was burnt off on the day it was painted because it confused Wolverhampton motorists.

Route to Prosser Street, Bilston. Footbridge over A463 is behind and left of the Photographer

Footbridge across the A463 Black country Route at Stonefield Road, Bilston. Good connection for riders going from Bilston centre by Morrisons to the routes along the south side of the A463

The Birmingham Main Canal / NCN81 goes under the railway station car park in a tunnel in Wolverhampton. It's closed in with no escape. More access is needed to the towpath.

Birmingham Main Canal - 21Locks section looking towards the Oxley viaducts. The 21 locks section forms a pleasant direct alternative to NCN81cross city route section

Ring Road St Davids, Wolverhampton. This shared use path goes between Railway Drive (overhead in the photo) and Broad Street basin

Brand new advisory cycle lanes on Bushbury Lane both directions are only 1.1metres wide from the kerb including the gutter. This is a last minute scheme by WCC Road safety at year end which maddened local representatives as no mention at … [more]

Horseley Fields Canal Junction looking up Birmingham Main Canal towpath [NCN81] towrds Wolverhampton city centre and rail station

NCN Route 81 on the Shropshire Union Canal at the Droveway. If you cross over the canal bridge you can ride along Wayside towards Reapers Walk and Dovecotes school.

Lower Walsall Street, Horseley Fields looking towards Wolverhampton. Fork right for the city centre. Round to the left is Commercial Road.

NCN 81 on the Birmingham Main Canal Towpath looking from the bridge on Lower Walsall Street, Wolverhampton

Lower Walsall Street, looking towards Wolverhampton. The railway trackbed path to Priestfield starts to the immediate left of the picture.

Entry to Wednesfield Bus gate. A4124 looking towards Wolverhampton.

Broad Street junction with Wolverhampton Ring Road. Excellent set of Toucan crossings

Super set of Toucan crossings at the Broad Street junction of the Wolverhampton Ring Road looking towards the city centre.

Top Lock. Lock 1 of 21. Broad Street Basin, Birmingham Main Canal, NCN81, Wolverhampton. Get off and walk under Little's Lane bridge. Very bumpy, historic brick surface followed by a need to Duck or Bump! Many have had some close calls … [more]

NCN 81Brum Main Canal. Who's coming round the bend ? Walk or splash! Carver's yard will be to your left here.

Lock 4, Brum Main Canal, NCN81 Wolverhampton. The yellow signs saying cyclists dismount are correct here. Sharp blind bend where the towpath narrows on the apex of the bend. Early bath possible!

Cannock Road bridge, Wolverhampton. Lock 5 of the Brum Main canal NCN81. Best walk down the ramp and under the bridge!

Lock 6, Brum Main Canal on NCN81 looking towards Cannock Road overbridge. Wolverhampton

Brum Main Canal NCN 81 at Lock 6 towards Aldersley junction, Take the right fork down into Fowler's Park avoiding two canal bridgeholes, refoining at Fox's Lane.

Fowler's Park, Wolverhampton. Take the right fork and climb back onto the Brum Main canal NCN 81 towards city centre or the path straight on to reach the A460 Cannock Road.

At the end of Fox's Lane bridge, take the Fowlers Park path shown going straight on here (along the course of the lost GWR main line railway) to go towards A460 Cannock Road bridge

Shared use path alongside Ring Road St. David's , Wolverhampton by Broad Street looking towards the rail station multi-storey car park. Ride under the overbridge and take a sharp uphill left turn to get onto Railway Drive

View from Broad Street bridge, Wolverhampton. NCN81 towpath route goes along the left of shot into a tunnel under the station car park and then a deep cutting towards Birmingham. Worth avoiding.

Wolverhampton by entrance to Broad Street Canal depot. Shared use path up to the Toucan crossings across the Ring Road and into Broad Street proper. Railway viaduct is behind the photographer.

Wolverhmapton. Access to Fowler's Park from the A460 Cannock Road

Brum Main Canal Lock 11 - NCN81 looking towards Fox's Lane Bridge and Wolverhampton's charming rubbish incinerator. Take the path to the left of the hedge towards Fox's Lane and access Fowler's Park . This avoids two canal bridgeholes.

Wolverhampton 21 Locks section of Brum Main Canal - NCN81 towards Broad Street Basin. At Lock 12 looking through one of the Oxley viaducts.

Brum Main Canal at Lock 14 of 21. NCN 81. Access path to Wolverhampton Science Park is on the right.

Access path from Wolverhampton Science Park to Brum Main Canal NCN81 by Lock 14.

Wolverhampton Science Park. Access the canal NCN81 through the gap between the bushes and the low fence.

Wednesfield Road Bus Gate, Wolverhampton. The bus gate was created in 2006 to give bus priority on city centre bound routes and easy access to the bus stop here at the junction with Culwell Street. Cycles are permitted in the bus lane but … [more]

Cyclists shortcut. Railway Drive to Lichfield Street. Wolverhampton

Broad Lane, Wolverhampton. Cycle bypass of the roundabout allows riders an easy passage into Finchfield Road West

Wolverhampton Cross City Route. Bargate Drive off Evans Street. The route comes across Evans Street from the nearby rec via the Zebra crossing. Shared use pavement takes the rider around the corner onto Bargate Drive where they're asked to … [more]

tight gateway on Pendeford Lane. A struggle with a solo bike. Tandems, trikes and trailers can access the Staffs and Worcs canal towpath at nearby Clewley Drive. Right and first left.

tight gateway at the end of Pendeford Lane, Wolverhampton. Across road is bridleway (continuation of Pendeford Lane). Tandems, trailers and trikes should go via Clewley Drive instead.

Culwell Street, Wolverhampton. Road narrowing with proper cycle bypasses.

Culwell Street, Wolverhampton. 20MPH zone. Narrowing with proper cycle bypasses,

discrete cycle route between Railway Drive and Lichfield Street.Wolverhampton. Drop kerb needs widening and that bollard dead in the centre of the route needs removing.

Cyclists shortcut between Railway Drive and Lichfield Street. Cross City Route braid of NCN81. Wolverhampton

Pointless Cycle bypass which doesn't bypass the junction at all! Oxley Moor Road , Wolverhampton. Ian Fardoe is demonstrating design compatibility with a tricycle!

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