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This listing only shows photos within Kingston upon Thames.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

New cycle and pedestrian bridge to Kingston station

The new Kingston station cycle hub has 450 spaces, but mostly it seems on two-tier racks, alas.

New two-way cycle track at the foot of Kingston Bridge.

Gloucester Road, Kingston

Shark's Teeth on Gloucester Road, Kingston

Mini-roundabout Kenley Road / Gloucester Road, Kingston

Busy roads in Kingston

Gloucester Road

Gloucester Road

Advanced Stop Line, Kingston

Q19 Kingston cycleway becomes shared use at bus stop

Q19 Kingston segregated cycleway

Q19 Kingston segregated cycleway

Q19 Kingston


Q19 cycleway Kingston

Combined cycle and zebra crossing on Portsmouth Road.

Q19 Kingston

Q19 new cycleway

A combined zebra and cycle crossing in Kingston.

NCN75 Palmer Crescent

NCN75 Kingston

NCN75 Berrylands

NCN75 Berrylands


Racks near Kingston shopping area

Skerne Walk

Skerne Walk

Cyclists on NCN route 4 are diverted off the riverside route into Kingston here.

More cycle parking needed in Kingston on a sunny Saturday morning! Mamils like cycling to cafés.

The Royal Borough of Kingston aka Kingston Council, ('Biking Borough' and bidder for 'Mini-Holland' funding), has installed NO CYCLING signs at each end of the path that goes through Fairfield Recreation Ground. The local neighbourhood … [more]

Kingston's bike pump by Cyclehoop in Clarence Street by Little Wood Street. The Kingston Cycling Campaign (KCC) was awarded an 'Environment Grant' from the council. We said that better pressure in tyres makes cycling easier and helps … [more]

Fairfield West looking south. Local NIMBYs claim that this is a 'perfectly good' cycle lane and that a path across the middle of the Fairfield is not needed. Because parking is allowed on the west side of the road and the remaining road … [more]

Fairfield path looking south from Fairfield Road end. Some people have objected to the council creating a segregated 2m for cycles/ 2.5m for pedestrians or shared use path. You can see that the existing path is not wide enough for the … [more]

View of Fairfield Path looking north from Fairfield South. Some people have objected to the creation of a wider footway and a segregated cycle path. You can see how much width is actually used now. The path is not wide enough as it is.

No signs at all where the Thames Cycle Route turns left off the road here.[fixed by 2016]

Cyclists on the Thames Cycle Route are supposed to keep to the right. Quite a few go through the park to the left.

Traffic-free route through new development in Kingston

NCN route 4 diverted away from Kingston's riverside.

Cycling paramedic patrolling Kingston's riverside

Cyclists on the Thames Path should keep to the left. Most don't.

A feeble design bicycle 'toast-rack' parking facility outside the surgery. It doesn't properly support the bike and there's not enough distance between it and the planter. And it's made from galvanised steel not stainless steel. Other than … [more]

Cars accelerate to overtake in a race to get to the pinch point first.

The road sign 'YOUR SPEED' momentarily displays the speed of oncoming vehicles in mph. It then switches to a happy if the recorded speed is less than or equal to 30 mph, otherwise a sad smiley is shown, as here.

One-way for cars, two-way for cycles.

Good practice - parking on both sides of the crossing.

More needed by Rose Theatre/ Wagamamas. How come they can build a 900 seat theatre and not provide any bike parking nearby?

Marked as a cycle route, but there's no dropped kerb!

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