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Photo listing : cycleways

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Wide lanes mean traffic is fast - provide segregated cycle lane allowing cyclists to connect to Kingston from areas that havent benefited from mini-holland!

The cycle lane just ends here and traffic just squashes out any cyclist. There is also no provision for cyclists to safely get round the busy roundabout and this is a key route between Chessington and Surbiton which is a transport hub, and ... [more]

It would be very helpful to install "wands" on the cycle lanes, in both directions, to provide more protection for cyclists

Remove the cones under the railway bridge before September: The cones to promote cycling and social distancing have been a disaster - especially for cyclists. In reducing road capacity back to levels of 1859, woefully inadequate by the 1950 ... [more]

Swap the cycleway and pedestrian way - pedesrians want to be by the river and block the cycle path. Still have pedestrian way up in the park, but also cycle path

The cycleway desperately needs resurfacing

Very poor visual separation of cycleway. Not apparent to petrol station motorists they're crossing 2 way bike lane. Raise & red tarmac

Poor visual separation of 2 way cycleway. Should have red tarmac. Raised manhole in junction is hazard too.

Very poor visible separation of 2 way cycleway on stretch past Topps Tiles. Needs contrast colouring, raised kerbs.

The whole residential zone bounded by Richmond Road, Park Road, Canbury Pk Rd and Tudor Drive could be one-way for cars with cycling contra-flow. No increase in journey times for cars. More space for cyclists.

Traffic lights CCTV cameras either side of bridge do not detect cyclists in the ASL. Reported ad nauseum to RBK but never actioned.

Pinchpoints encourage motor vehciles to race between the gaps and motorists are often agressive towards oncoming cyclists. This is old-style traffic calming at its worst.

Make this a segregated cycle route, it is not suitable for less confident cyclists. The road layout does not favour anything but motor vehicles, time to consider all road users & pedestrians instead of concentrating on reducing motor vehicl ... [more]

Full provision for cyclists invliding families at the lights

Full provision for cyclists invliding families at the lights

Full provision for cyclists invliding families at the lights

This is supposed to be the last GoCycle route but TfL has suspended funding. This cycleway needs to happen to facilitate a direct route between Kingston & New Malden

Heavily used by cyclists who are at risk from close passing at bollards and speeding traffic. Stop school drop offs by car which when queueing mean cyclists cannot pass on inside and have to cycle in middle of road.

Sheephouse Way and Knollmead need to be linked so as to take the traffic pressure off Church Road/Old Malden Lane (this was the original intention when the area was built up in the 1930s).

Enforce 20mph with massive Thames Water and Network Rail lorries and contractors. Very popular walking/cycling route but extremely unsafe with current levels of speeding traffic, pavement too narrow and only on one side of road. Widen to ... [more]

Road narrows on Villiers between Athelstan Rd and Lower Marsh Lane due to parked cars both sides, pavement quite narrow and bus stop means peds walking in road. Remove parked cars and create cycle lane plus more room for peds.

Very wide road should have cycle lanes to bypass onarrow stretch of Ditton Rd where cars aggressively drive up cyclists backsides

Road link with cycle way to connect Berrylands and New Malden, reducing congestion on other entireties to Berrylands

Finish the half complete cycle schemes before starting any more!!

Heavily used by cyclists and pedestrians, esp children getting to school.

Create segregated cycle lane along the whole length of Jubilee Way, linking Chessington to Tolworth and therefore the new Tolworth to Kingston route.

Create segregated bike path along Kingston Road

TfL could remove the central reservation to free up space for proper width cycle lanes.

Too many parents dropping kids off here for Hollyfield School. Congestion & footpath too narrow. Modal filter would discourage unnecessary short trips at schooltime

Junction needs traffic lights to allow cars to exit Berrylands more easily. Would then allow modal filtering of King Charles Road

Junction needs traffic lights to allow cars to come out of Berrylands easily, freeing up King Charles road for modal filtering.

Allow cycles but instruct slow speed and respect pedestrian priority.

Make it clear which path is for pedestrians and which is for cyclists, many of the signs on the path have rubbed away. Improve signage.

Remove barriers, allow cycling and create separate segregated footpath and bike lane. Easily done

Remove cycle lane on St. Marks Hill. Not really used. Was safe before on my bike cycling up and down St. Marks Hill. Fast cyclists still cycle on the road. Too narrow now for the buses, which the elderly, kids and commuters use. More eco us ... [more]

Come Winter everyone will be back in their cars. Would be unwise to block this bridge to traffic. Ewell road is already very narrow for traffic. Parents drive their kids and drop them off at Hollyfield School. Kids will not start walking or ... [more]

Come Winter everyone will be back in their cars. Would be unwise to block this bridge to traffic. Ewell road is already very narrow for traffic. Parents drive their kids and drop them off at Hollyfield School. Kids will not start walking or ... [more]

Come Winter everyone will be back in their cars. Would be unwise to block this bridge to traffic. Ewell road is already very narrow for traffic. Parents drive their kids and drop them off at Hollyfield School. Kids will not start walking or ... [more]

Remove cycle lane on St. Marks Hill. Not really used. Was safe before on my bike cycling up and down St. Marks Hill. Fast cyclists still cycle on the road. Too narrow now for the buses, which the elderly, kids and commuters use. More eco us ... [more]

A cycle path from chessington to Kingston is needed

Remove cycle lane on St. Marks Hill. Not really used. Was safe before on my bike cycling up and down St. Marks Hill. Fast cyclists still cycle on the road. Too narrow now for the buses, which the elderly, kids and commuters use. More eco us ... [more]

Broaden the traffic light crossing to make the crossing into the cut straight across rather than a dog-leg to the left- benefits pedestrians and cyclists

Broaden the traffic light crossing to make the crossing into the cut straight across rather than a dog-leg to the left- benefits pedestrians and cyclists

Add a segregated bike route to connect from hook up to tolworth and on to Kingston Also useful for anyone cycling out to Surrey this way

Cars race down the road making dangerous for cyclist to use the road as save cut into Kingston. It also makes it a hazard for the children of Hollyfield school. Suggest you install modal filters as this will help reduce the rat running t ... [more]

The paths are too wide and the road too narrow for cyclists to cycle alongside queuing traffic on both sides of the road

Create cycleway on bowling alley side of the road so that you don't have to cross so many roads to get from Tolworth Broadway to the train station.

There is a cycleway leading to the roundabout but then no safe or obvious way to use the roundabout as a cyclist- needs review.

Close off King Charles Road to major traffic and make it more child friendly

Tudor drive is too busy with cars and parked cars for children to cycle on it. There is a really wide pavement and verge on both sides of the road which could easily, at minimal cost host cycle paths - which could be used by children commut ... [more]

Shorten and phase traffic lights here to favour pedestrians and cyclists

The cars and motorcycles speed through here now restrictions are over and due to the present roadworks on Ewell Road. King Charles Road has 2 parks on it which are busy as ever and the road makes social distancing very hard especially with ... [more]

It's a clear road for cyclists to get up and down the steep hill. Since the closure of Lamberts Road the bikes use it a lot and it should become permanent, with a full road closure

Raeburn avenue is wide enough for cycle lanes. Would nicely create safe Tolworth to New Malden route via Green Lane

Footpath only at moment. Cycleway should be added

Allow cycling with pedestrian priority

20 mph on Raeburn to make it easier for families to cycle to school

Cycle way has caused two bus stops directly opposite each other with no way past. Re site one bus stop to stop queue backing up and causing issues at pedestrian crossing and in entering/exiting Berrylands Road

Very wide road. Plenty of space for cycle lanes

Remove parking. Bike lane under construction at this point is too-narrow shared space. Won't be used by cyclists, rendering it pointless.

Finish the cycle way to link to the traffic light junction for safe crossing into Galsworthy Road. Cycle lane needed in Galsworthy Road to protect against heavy bus ambulance and car traffic

Very wide road should have cycle lanes, not parking. Link with modally-filtered Langley Rd beyond roundabout

Segregated bike path along hook road. Often too busy to cycle along.

There’s a wide pavement for pedestrians. Could it be made shared use? This could then run all the way down, via upper Brighton road to connect with Portsmouth Road cycle lane and Surbiton.

Improve gate access to park to allow all cyclists to return to park.

Pavement narrow and bottleneck of traffic makes cycling hazardous

Replace on-street parking with cycle lane

Needs safe Cycle facilities on Hook Road

Introduce safe Cycle paths along Kingston and Cambridge roads

Replace fire gate with bollards to make it easier for cycling

This is supposed to be a Quietway but sees too much speeding traffic. Block it to through traffic

Add segregated cycle lanes

Protected cycleway needed from New Malden to Worcester Park

Roundabout is unsafe for people cycling!

Cycleway is very narrow here. Portsmouth road should be made one way and one of the traffic lanes used to give additional space for walking and cycling

Move cycleway to road by removing a traffic lane to provide additional social distancing space

Need to make Kingston Road more cycle friendly.

Shared path across railway that also links to new cycle path, needs modifying both ends to help cyclists

The problem is that Old Malden Lane is just about wide enough for two vehicles. It cannot support lanes for pedestrians and cyclists. A more sensible and safer option is to close it off to cyclists for their protection

Remove no cycling signs here. The alleyway is wider than some of the shared space you're asking cyclists to use elsewhere.

Create pop-up bike lane to narrow very wide roadway as traffic goes way too fast for a 20mph outside a school

Richmond Rd bike lanes not safe for 1000's kids at Kingston Academy & Tiffin Girls. Need low/no traffic alternative bike routes

There is a narrow path from one end of this park to the other, it should be widened to allow a segregated cycle path alongside it and then continue the Cycle path into land owned by Kingstonian FC (used for a car park) all the way to Hampde ... [more]

This is a narrow alley between the railway track and industrial units that links directly to “the cut” a decent cycle path to new malden station and then a further cycle path to Raynes Park. If this was widened (would need to cut into ... [more]

Cyclists not adequately separated from traffic, room for pop-up traffic lane

Remove pavement parking to create direct bike lane on Claremont Rd.

Remove roadside parking on north side to create space for South side bike lane

Close King Charles Bridge to motor vehicles to create direct cycle route to Kingston from Tolworth Chessington & Berrylands

New two-way cycle track at the foot of Kingston Bridge. https://t.co/k7dhrsshld

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

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