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Photo listing : cycleways

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Bridge should be one way for car traffic thus allowing space for walkers and cyclists.

There are 3 schools on this road. It is very busy with horrible junctions. It should be a priority for cyclepaths

The cycle lanes are getting overgrown, hedges are making it very difficult to pass safely. Also going East it just ends in the middle of a busy road!

If cycling on B4188 lights barely give you a chance on a bike to get across before they change.

Road crossing is dangerous yet route is popular with walkers and cyclists

Road crossing is dangerous yet route is popular with walkers and cyclists

This road is wide (4 lanes) 2 lanes are painted out. With little cost the unused traffic lanes could be converted to cycle lanes.

We have cycle path of sorts on Bewdley Rd and farther up Minster Road but really need Vale Road, Minster Road and Bewdley Road having cycle lanes all the way to make it safer to get to other paths.

Demolish this monstrosity and rebuild as an at-grade, signalised junction with safe crossing facilities.

The Stourport road in Kidderminster is heavy with traffic and many cyclists use this. The pavements are very wide, but the roads aren't so in places (especially over the bridge). Cyclists often ride on pavements as it is so unsafe for pedes ... [more]

The road is narrow here and dangerous for cyclist going uphill . Needs a separate cycle lane uphill. Not so much of a problem downhill as cyclists can keep up with speed of traffic.

Cycleway ends just where it should start - where road narrows on a blind bend going up a hill. Widen path by cutting back vegatation and moving lamp posts out of the path allowing cyclists to join carriageway at safe location closer to Kidd ... [more]

Air Pollution and low footfall into shops, narrow paths with Covid19 risk. Opportunity with Churchfields development for mutiuser cyle and footpath to town centre

The A451 main Cycle Corridor between Stourport and Kidderminster ends at the A4420. The present narrow footpath to the superb canal path needs to be upgraded to the Dept Transport and WCC Streetscape Design Guidance standard.

Complicated busy junction .Simplify.for.cyclists to turn right for bewdley

Path Needs widening, cut into overgrowth and use the dead space for when school children back in September walking/biking to school - at the moment very narrow/dangerous

Add temporary cycle lane

Make the bridge one way for vehicles so that increased space can be provided for cycling and walking.

Change existing road allocation to have a separate cycle lane on one side of Franch Road, rather than painted lanes on both sides which are not enforced.

Change existing road allocation to have a separate cycle lane on one side of Chester Road South, rather than painted lanes on both sides which are not currently enforced.

Upgrade the narrow path to a cycleway to link Stourport (via Silverwoods Way) to Kidderminster (via the canal towpath)

While Lea Lane has been closed it has provided an all weather and fairly safe route between Wolverley and Cookley. It would be fantastic if something could be done to restrict motor traffic once the lane is reopened to perhaps only allow lo ... [more]

Better Maintenance of cycle path

Tight path, often overgrown - unable to pass others easily

Two lanes with parked cars does not allow space for cycles. Make it one lane for cars, parking on the right and a cycle lane on the left

Enroute through wyre forest

cycle/pedestrian bridge at Arley on NCN route 45

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