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Photo listing : cycleways

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

The Cut

The new traffic-free layout under the railway at Skerne Road in Kingston is now complete. https://t.co/foyG8f5gJw

A3 parallel cycle route

Useful link off A3 parallel route

Q19

Q19 Kingston cycleway becomes shared use at bus stop

Q19 Kingston segregated cycleway

Q19 Kingston segregated cycleway

Q19 Kingston

Q19 Kingston

Q19 cycleway Kingston

Q19 Kingston

NCN75 Berrylands

Skerne Walk

Skerne Walk

London Cycle Route 33 passing a bus stop and access to a residential cul de sac

London cycle route 33 from Kingston to Ham

Cut-through in Kingston

Cut-through in Kingston

Contraflow cycle lane on Fairfield West, Kingston

Cycle and pedestrian crossing across the Kingston inner relief road

Short cut to road crossing, Kingston

London Cycle Route 75 crossing the Kingston inner relief road

London Cycle Route 75 crossing the Kingston inner relief road to join a bus & bike-only road

London Cycle Route 75 crossing the Kingston inner relief road

Shared-use footway and crossing by the Kingston inner relief road

Road closure at the Kingston inner relief road

London Cycle Route 75 entering Kingston across the Springfield Road bridge

London Cycle Route 75 entering Kingston across the Springfield Road bridge

Short-cut towards Berrylands station from the junction of cycle routes from Surbiton and Kingston

Short-cut to the junction of cycle routes to Surbiton and Kingston

The almost vanished green surface marks a short-cut to the junction of cycle routes to Surbiton and Kingston

London Cycle Route 75 from Berrylands station

London Cycle Route 75 passing under the railway at Berrylands station

Possible alternative access to Berrylands station and LCN route 75

Possible alternative access to Berrylands station

London Cycle Route 75 passing under the railway at Berrylands station, with space for decent cycle parking.

Link from London Cycle Route 31

Bridge on Sterling Walk, Berrylands

No Golf - but cycling is not a worry here.

Junction of London cycle routes 31 and 75 - I don't know why the sign was placed over to the right when a pole was available to the left.

London cycle routes 31 and 75 crossing the Hogsmill River.

Unsigned approach to the tunnel beneath the railway.

Chicaned approach to the tunnel beneath the railway

Narrow tunnel beneath the railway between New Malden and Berrylands

Asphalted link to the tunnel beneath the railway

Asphalted path (with chicane) north from the tunnel beneath the railway

Link to the tunnel beneath the railway

Link to the cycle route to New Malden station - a shame that Melrose Gardens is shown as a dead end at its other end. Roads are not only for cars.

The Cut - segregated route beside the railway to New Malden station.

Traffic-free route past St Agatha's School - but a link along the northern edge of the playing feilds to the crossing on Park Road would give even better access for pupils.

Traffic-free route past St Agatha's School

Traffic-free route past St Agatha's School

A rather pathetic atempt at a cycle by-pass to a pinch point. 30cm narrow lumpy cycleway goes up and over a grassy build out.

Just been reminded of the gross lack of situational awareness exhibited by this cycleway... https://t.co/3sodJeIW7D https://t.co/xEoWZg4QyH

Half-width cycle lanes in the dooring-zone lead into pavement build outs.

Under the new plans for Portsmouth Road, 600 metres of Portsmouth Road will be fully segregated, running from the junction with South Lane to the one with Palace Road. Beyond that, and running to the junction with Brighton Road, a 700 metre ... [more]

New cycle link?

Heading towards Tolworth the segregated cycle track ends at the car sales place. Cyclists have the legal options of dismounting and walking or to cycle on the road.

Start of The Cut, a good route alongside the railway, opposite New Malden station

Covered cycle parking opposite New Malden station, at the start of The Cut, a good cycle route alongside the railway.

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

Traffic-free route through new development in Kingston

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

A handy cycle two-way route under the railway. See also #27286

Cycleway to Canbury Gardens

Cycle way, cycle parking, cycle route signage and roadworks.

Cycleway in Kingston

Canbury Gardens - where there seems to be reluctant acceptance of cycling.

Useful cycle cut through of a road closure.

A view of the cycle access to Poplar Grove from a stationary train.

The cycle lane here is pleasingly wide, but narrows very significantly further up the hill.

Pavement cycleway alongside the A3

Pavement cycleway next to the A3

Subway under the A3. I think the ambiguous No Cycling sign refers to the subway here, not the 'cycleway' that runs parallel to the A3 on the left.

A subway under the A3, where there is, of course, no cycling.

This is the parallel 'cycleway' to the A3. On sports days this bit of grass becomes a car park.

The cycle route parallel to the A3 suddenly reduces to a pavement.

They couldn't have made that bridge much more awkward to try and take a bike over. Imagine trying to do it with a trailer! Of course some extreme mountain biker's would see it simply as a challenge (I guess).

A pinch point with a cycle lane on Kingston Hill

Narrow advisory cycle lane on Kingston Road.

Green Lane cycleway

Cycleway joins a roundabout

Green Lane cycle route The distant sign has route 31 off to the left to Tolworth and Hook, and route 75 to the right to Surbiton and Kingston.

Green Lane cycle route

Green Lane cycleway

Green Lane cycle route

Useful cycle route under the tunnel

Useful cycle route

View of the tunnel under the railway.

The presence of these chicanes probably indicates that this is a useful route for local cyclists.

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

Low headroom subway (2.0m)

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

Cycle crossing outside Kingston upon Thames station

Contraflow cycle lane leading south from Kingston upon Thames station

Contraflow cycle route in Kingston upon Thames

Rising bollards on the main cycle route north through Kingston upon Thames

New cycle lane and parking, Kingston.

Fairfield West contraflow cycle lane, Kingston.

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