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Photo listing : cycleways

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This listing only shows photos within Rugby.
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A segregated pavement/cycle route would link Rugby and Lutterworth/Magna Park. No feasible alternative exists to the car (very limited bus) along this commuter route.

It is uphill from the railway station along Railway Terrace and Regent Place/Street. Clearer protection for cyclists who are going slower in this direction from motor traffic

A segregated cycle route from Newton Manor Road and Lower Lodge Ave. stops here and suggests you merge onto a 60MPH dual carriage way! Pavement could be widened to accommodate a continuous cycleway until the cycleway resumes on the A426 as ... [more]

A wonderful cycle path along Houlton Way stops at this junction and you must mix with heavy traffic and lorries until a cycleway re-appears at the Mill Road.

There should be a cycleway along the Lawford Road from the Western Relief Road to the Town Centre

Cycle path here is dreadful. It's uphill anyway, but the cycle path goes over driveways so adds more undulation. It's unuseable

Widen pavement and make it dual use, or add cycle path that is separate from the road. From here to town centre

The temporary closure westbound is good as it allows cyclists to use this area however the barriers at the junction with Moultrie Road mean you have to dismount your bike to continue as the kerb is too high.

Cycle way veers off main road straight into a bus shelter, evne though the pavement is wide it is not possible to get through if there are people waiting for the bus.

Cycleway from Bilton Road needs to continue to Corporation Street, stopping the path and encouraging bikes onto the pavement is not acceptable as the pavement is narrow and well used by pedestrians.

Road side cycle path usually has parked vehicles, extremely dangerous for cyclists trying to use the lane and motorists cut in close and prevent them from moving out to pass.

Existing onroad cycleway is less than 75cm wide.

Provide smooth surface to enable access to Coombe Abbey for people of all ages and abilities

Use this point for road access to future development with secure cycle lanes all around it and suitable filtering, including new access to hospital to relieve local roads

Use this bridge to provide additional cycle path with sealed surface to Coombe Abbey

Reduce speed limit to 40 around entrance to Coombe Abbey and insert toucan crossing

Boughton Road Recreation Ground, Rugby - path Location: , Brownsover (England, United Kingdom) Before heading back to Rugby Station (I went under the bridge on Mill Road), I wanted to check of the River Avon while I was in the town. ... [more]

Here, ncn 41 joins the track bed of the former Great Central Railway on its approach to Rugby through Ashlawn Cutting . In the line's hey day, some of the country's fastest steam-hauled expresses passed this way. ... [more]

Well-surfaced cycleway on route of former railway line

Tarmaced bridleway leaves access road

M45 underbridge original built only to provide emergency access to the reservoir, now provides public access for cyclists and walkers from Dunchurch to Draycote water via NCN41.

Gated end of bridleway -tarmaced as part of the NCN41

Mature trees lining this former railway give this route through one of the most densely populated parts of Rugby an almost rural feel.

Cycleway on the former railway station platform under Hillmorton Road. This is the Great Central Way , part of NCN41.

NCN41 on the route of the Great Central Way

Permanently wet section of the Great Central section of the NCN41

NCN route 41link between the old Great Central railway line and the Ashlawn Road bridge

Fire road from Draycote village to the reservoir now turned into a green lane style cycle-path as part of the Rugby - Warwick route NCN41. Surface is less than ideal as the central groove is very narrow and the outer tracks can be slipp ... [more]

Trackbed of old railway line is not an official route and the unmaintained surface is muddy in places as here but the route is a popular link between Cawston/Bilton and Draycote.

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