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Photo listing: (good practice)

The most recent photos are listed first. See also photomap view.

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

As part of the Hook Road/Tolworth Healthy Streets proposals, Tolworth Road is now closed to through cars & vans at its junction with Red Lion Road. Plenty of space for people on bikes and walking to pass through though! πŸ‘πŸšΆβ€β™€οΈπŸš² … [more]

Workstands at the bike hub at Kingston upon Thames station.

New cycle bridge by the railway at Kingston upon Thames.

New cycle and pedestrian bridge to Kingston station

Santander bike six miles from nearest dock!

Count the bikes in Kingston at 10am today. Imagine how much space it would take up if these people all arrived by car instead?

Malden Road Jumping to the edge of the Borough, a traffic lane has been closed in each direction on the Worcester Park underpass to give protected space to people on 🚲 & give more space to people walking on the South side. Cycle counters … [more]

Cycle hangar

Cycle pump.

Racks opposite New Malden station are full but there's plenty of space for more!

The Cut

Stainless steel cycle racks - end ones have a tapping rail so that people with visual impairments using a stick can detect them.

Pump and work stand in front of Norbiton station, but it’s still wrong that so much of the prime forecourt space is given to motor vehicle storage!


The new traffic-free layout under the railway at Skerne Road in Kingston is now complete.

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

Racks near Kingston shopping area

The Tolworth Greenway newly completed in November 2013. The green stripey bit in the middle of the carriageways can be cycled on. It is shared with pedestrians who are mostly crossing from one side to the other.

Public bike pump in Kingston upon Thames

Covered cycle racks near where one of my sisters works at KT9 2GY

Filtered permeability for any active travellers. Helps bypass the disgraceful surface on the Thames path (NCN4/Eurovelo2) on the other side of Canbury Gardens, as well as linking North Kingston to the shopping centre along quiet streets.

Good perspective on the bikes parked outside New Malden station.

Mind the Gap - the latest poster campaign in the London Borough of Kingston on Thames.

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]

Cycling paramedic patrolling Kingston's riverside

Cycleway to Canbury Gardens

Cycleway in Kingston

Useful cycle cut through of a road closure.

Kings Road speed cushion

Speed cushion on Kings Road

Park Hill School wishing good luck to our cycling team 2012. Some of the cycling events for London 2012 Olympics passed through here.

A homezone near Norbiton station.

Cycle parking racks just outside the platform at Norbiton Station. See also #36529.

Covered cycle parking at Norbiton station. See also #36529.

A Β£25 refundable deposit gives you access to this covered secure cycle parking compound. It seems to be an excellent facility, and there is generally quite a lot of cycle parking on this side of the station - from where city-bound trains … [more]

"Look out for me" and there's a stick drawing of a person on a bike. This seems to be the latest campaign in Kingston Borough to remind drivers about cyclists.

Excellent covered cycle parking at Norbiton Station.

Dickerage Road - 20 mph

Green Lane cycleway

Stainless steel sheffield style cycle parking

Cycle bypass on Lenelby Road

Lenelby Road cycle by-pass

Cycle parking next to the main entrance of Tolworth Girls School

Red Lion Road passing Tolworth Hospital

Cycleway signage local routes 31 & 75 ROUTE 75 < Surbiton 2 < Kingston 2 ROUTE 31 < Tolworth 1.5 | New Malden 1 > < Hook 3 | London 15 >

Green Lane cycle route

Good practice - parking on both sides of the crossing.

Josta 2-Tier cycle parking underneath the footbridge at Surbiton station. This parking is now enclosed in a secure compound which requires a swipe card to access - details are at … [more]

Some nice new covered cycle racks at Norbiton's station.

Integration - cycle parking, phone box, recycling (hidden) and bus stop

Double-deck cycle parking at Surbiton station

No entry except cycles AND Pedestrian priority! We need both of these in Cambridge!

Kingston Bridge - rebuilt and widened in 2001 with a central bus lane and wide cycle lanes on both sides.

Covered cycle parking at Surbiton Station, installed in the last few years, a great improvement on finding space on the railings nearby.

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