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All photos in & around Wandsworth

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Photo # Photo Caption Categorisation
184053

The junction of Priory Lane and Clarence Lane is so dangerous with cars doing anything to overtake cyclists within metres of the junction, and then immediately braking and turning left into Clarence Lane. Similarly, alot of cars don't gauge the speed of cyclists (which increases because of the decline leading down to Richmond Park) and pull out of Clarence Lane often resulting in near misses.

More effective traffic calming measures need to be installed leading up to the junction or a dedicated cycle path (which stops ~100m before)

Cycleway:
Problem
182458 Photo #182458

Tip Top TM for cyclists in Battersea. t.co/OGPG3Ra3RW

Road environment:
Infrastructure
176717 Photo #176717

Classic "sign will make it better approach" by @wandbc officers following the instructions of elected reps.

Shame current ones don't listen to experts as well as residents.

Desire lines aren't going anywhere.

Cc @WandsLS @wandscycling t.co/C2jsLrSQOf

General sign/notice:
Problem
176572 Photo #176572

Modal filter and Santander Cycles station on Thessaly Road

Bike share:
Infrastructure
176571 Photo #176571

Crossing from cycleway to the modal filter on Thessaly Road

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176570 Photo #176570

No sign of any cycle parking at the new Battersea Power Station tube station. Try Nine Elms instead.

Other:
Problem
176569 Photo #176569

No Motor Vehicles by the new Battersea Power Station tube station.

Road environment:
Infrastructure
176568 Photo #176568

No right turn from the cycleway except in two stages.

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
176567 Photo #176567

Start of segregated cycleway past the new Battersea Power Station tube station.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176566 Photo #176566

Build-out to stop vehicles parking on the railway bridge.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176565 Photo #176565

Cycle parking at Tesco Express

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176564 Photo #176564

Cyclists not wanted here.

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
176563 Photo #176563

Santander Cycles station beneath the Battersea Park railway bridge

Bike share:
Infrastructure
176562 Photo #176562

Cycleway around the Battersea Park roundabout.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176561 Photo #176561

Cycleways around the Battersea Park roundabout.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176560 Photo #176560

Cycle lights at an exit from the Battersea Park roundabout.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176559 Photo #176559

Link from the Battersea Park roundabout - the blue plaque marks the Sopwith brothers' aircraft workshop.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176558 Photo #176558

Link to the Battersea Park roundabout

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176557 Photo #176557

Modal filter on the route parallel to the railway past Battersea Power Station.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176556 Photo #176556

Link from Battersea Power Station to Queenstown Road,

Road environment:
Infrastructure
176555 Photo #176555

BoomCycle - those are not actual rides, they're spin events...

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
176554 Photo #176554

Modal filter and cycleway west from Battersea Power Station.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176553 Photo #176553

Santander Cycles station under the railway at Battersea Power Station.

Bike share:
Infrastructure
176552 Photo #176552

Routes (dismounted only) under and parallel to the railway at Battersea Power Station.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176551 Photo #176551

Cycle parking at Battersea Power Station pier.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176550 Photo #176550

Please Dismount Your Scooter or Bike

General sign/notice:
Event
176549 Photo #176549

Cycle parking at Battersea Power Station.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176548 Photo #176548

Expensive toys for sale here.

Bike shop:
Infrastructure
176547 Photo #176547

Cycle parking at Battersea Power Station.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176546 Photo #176546

Cycle parking at Battersea Power Station.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176545 Photo #176545

The cycle route away from Battersea Power Station emerges from underground. There's a small cycle sign to the right but look out for traffic from the left.

Road environment:
Infrastructure
176543 Photo #176543

The cycle route towards Battersea Power Station leads straight into an underground vortex. There's a small cycle sign to the right but no obvious way to get there.

Road environment:
Problem
176542 Photo #176542

The cycle route towards Battersea Power Station leads straight into an underground vortex. There's a small cycle sign to the right but no obvious way to get there.

Cycleway:
Problem
176541 Photo #176541

The cycle route to Battersea Power Station switches from shared-use to on-road here.

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176540 Photo #176540

End of shared-use path from Battersea Power Station - and route signs across the road.

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
176539 Photo #176539

Cycle parking on the approach to Battersea Power Station.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176536 Photo #176536

Cycle parking and another Santander Cycles station on Battersea Park Road

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176535 Photo #176535

The Thames Path - I don't think there'll ever be a through route here by the river, let alone a cycle route.

Obstruction:
Infrastructure
176534 Photo #176534

Santander Cycles station at Nine Elms, plus pop-up lanes.

Bike share:
Infrastructure
176533 Photo #176533

I think this is a bus lane, then a pop-up cycle lane, then a general traffic lane - it's really not clear enough.

Road environment:
Infrastructure
176532 Photo #176532

End of pop-up cycle lane on Nine Elms Lane, and a sign which I think is telling cyclists and truck-drivers to look out for each other.

General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
176531 Photo #176531

Cycle parking at Waitrose, Nine Elms Lane

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176530 Photo #176530

Pop-up cycle lane on Nine Elms Lane

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176529 Photo #176529

Cycle parking across the road from the new US Embassy

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176528 Photo #176528

Cycle parking at the new US Embassy

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176527 Photo #176527

The new US Embassy, with cycle parking and shared-use bikes.

Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
176526 Photo #176526

Shared-use route to Nine Elms tube station from the US Embassy and the Thames

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176525 Photo #176525

End of shared-use route from Nine Elms tube station to the US Embassy and the Thames

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176524 Photo #176524

Shared-use route from Nine Elms tube station to the US Embassy and the Thames

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176523 Photo #176523

Shared-use route from Nine Elms tube station to the US Embassy and the Thames

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176522 Photo #176522

Shared-use route from Nine Elms tube station to the US Embassy and the Thames

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
176487

This is one of Wandsworth’s few cycle lanes. In the Walking & Cycling Strategy the Conservatives pat themselves on the back that this bike lane encourages groups disproportionately impacted by road danger to cycle. State of it.

twitter.com/jo_earlsfield/status/1467429627207553031

Road environment:
Problem
176486

This is one of Wandsworth’s few cycle lanes. In the Walking & Cycling Strategy the Conservatives pat themselves on the back that this bike lane encourages groups disproportionately impacted by road danger to cycle. State of it.

twitter.com/jo_earlsfield/status/1467429627207553031

Road environment:
Problem
175289

Pavement is narrow and very busy as it leads to the main entrance of a secondary school. The road is very busy in the mornings in particular as it is used as a rat run by commuters.

Track:
Problem
174609 Photo #174609

Cyclist fatality in Balham High Road which is now closed to traffic. @joncstone @JonIrwinLD @Jo_Earlsfield @jonburkeUK t.co/K7yh5bEcQj

Road environment:
Event
171495 Photo #171495

Two ‘hiding in plain sight’ LTNs in Earlsfield. t.co/jcobKg9PYT

Road environment:
Good practice
167748

From a tweet:

Would you cycle here? Satnav apps mean that drivers are increasingly routed through side streets instead of keeping to main roads - this is the result 👇L

twitter.com/london_cycling/status/1386052202284949504

Congestion:
Problem
164142

Add pedestrian bridge

Track:
Problem
164141

Add cycle/pedestrian lane instead of 3 lanes of traffic

Cycleway:
Problem
160934 Photo #160934

Hullo new cycle way. Battersea Park Road t.co/NTBIZ3fdVm


Location currently estimated will correct later.

Cycleway:
Good practice
160926

Assault:

I'm done with cycling. Just been attacked by 2 men in a small silver car. Drove at me on Wexford Road without leaving space. Then reversed at me to try to run me over. Then his passenger threw his drink at me. Shouting about why didn't I see he was a car & get out of his way.

twitter.com/jo_earlsfield/status/1351542030917382150

Road environment:
Problem
158399

Upgrade existing dotted line cycleway to mandatory cycleway

Cycleway:
Problem
158398

Add painted left turn lane for cyclists at traffic light

Cycleway:
Problem
154767 Photo #154767

Slightly pointless bit of cycleway, as it goes behind the bus stop then returns the rider to the road

Cycleway:
Problem
154766 Photo #154766

Pavement parking enforced by CCTV

General sign/notice:
Good practice
154765 Photo #154765

Wheeling channel up the steps to the bridge

Road environment:
Good practice
154764 Photo #154764

Cycling under the bridge

Cycleway:
Good practice
154763 Photo #154763

Some sort of cycle hire: “Time to ride the future”

Bike shop:
Good practice
154762 Photo #154762

Cycling under the bridge, a bit narrow due to footway user interaction

Cycleway:
Infrastructure
154761 Photo #154761

London cycle hire station

Bike share:
Good practice
154760 Photo #154760

Near the power station development

Road environment:
Good practice
154759 Photo #154759

Cycle parking by the river boat terminal

Cycle parking:
Good practice
154758 Photo #154758

Pathways near the power station development

Road environment:
Good practice
153559

Segregated cycle lanes needed on Putney Hill. Currently dangerous cycling here especially uphill in the unprotected narrow cycle lane.

Cycleway:
Problem
153530

Gate here is too narrow for cyclists and leads cyclists directly onto a drain cover on the eastern side of the road.

Cycleway:
Problem
153529

Allow two way cycling on Weimar Street.

Cycleway:
Problem
153527

Allow right turn for cyclists onto A205 from Gwendolyn Avenue.

Cycleway:
Problem
151801

Where can we store our bikes safely? There's only space to park cars - should be encouraging greener transport methods especially during covid

Cycle parking:
Problem
151800

Would be great to have a bike hangar around here as there is no provision for bike storage in many flats and no nearby storage options

Cycle parking:
Problem
151007

Lots of residential property but no biking space at all in the 3 miles

Cycle parking:
Problem
150292

So many bikes, so little space

Cycle parking:
Problem
150239 Photo #150239

CS7 Balham High Road this am. ⁦@TfL⁩ ⁦@MikeyCycling⁩ t.co/97d6COfvK8

Car storage:
Problem
147095

A block of traffic turning into Elmbourne Road as it is a rat run to avoid the traffic lights at tooting bec, it is particularly busy when children are walking to and from school

Temporary closure:
Problem
146171

This close is marked "Cycling forbidden"; but this is foolish as cars and even motor cycles can drive into it. "Pedestrian priority" would be sufficient.

Cycleway:
Problem
146169

Could have two-way cycling which would provide quiet direct route avoiding Upper Richmond Road, improving access to Putney High Street, local schools parks for children and adults alike

Cycleway:
Problem
146168

At about this point heading east, the road narrows and the painted cycle path disappears at the point it's needed most. Make it continuous!

Cycleway:
Problem
145838

Temporary widening into the carriageway for social distancing is pushing cyclists into the road. The number of buses that use this route make it especially dangerous. Why not close the road to cars (this has been done before during repairs to Putney Bridge) and limit bus services.

Cycleway:
Problem
143464

Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhood

Temporary closure:
Problem
143463

Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhood

Temporary closure:
Problem
143461

Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhood

Temporary closure:
Problem
143460

Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhood

Temporary closure:
Problem
143459

Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhood

Temporary closure:
Problem
143458

Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhood

Temporary closure:
Problem
143455

Low traffic neighbourhood

Temporary closure:
Problem
142236

The cycle path is in desperate need of re-surfacing and widening. It's currently full of holes, cracks and dips and is very dangerous. Additionally the path is too narrow and encourages close passes by motorists

Cycleway:
Problem
142152

Outside Tooting primary the crossing the road is dangerous, cars rat running and speeding past, Also children breathing in traffic fumes, restrictions needed on this road as there is two primary schools.

Temporary closure:
Problem
142151

People spilling out into the road from the market, Would be lovely to have a square here with some greenery. It does feel necessary for cars to dominate this area

Temporary closure:
Problem
142149

The Wandle Trail effectively ends at Summerley Street and the cyclists have to join trafficy Garrett Lane through Earlsfield and then do an extraordinary loop using Ravensbury Road to rejoin at Acuba Road. Garratt Lane and Penwith Road should have cycle lanes here and be able to join back onto the Wandle Trail via Strathville Road

Cycleway:
Problem
142147

This is a terrible cycle lane. Apart from at rush hour you can park in it for free for an hour!! Where every other road has a charge. So from 10am onwards (and all day on weekends) it is full of parked cars. There should be no parking except for a small provision for blue badge and shop (only) unloading (ideally before 7am). All the other town centres on this cycle way seems to manage with very limited parking provision, so not sure why Tooting cannot.

Cycleway:
Problem
142146

There are two popular bus stops here and a narrow pavement. Making it nearly improssible to not bump into people when passing, let alone social distance. Pavement needs to be substantially widened, using the ample space in the Longmead bus turning circle. This should be bus only. It is really not necessary for cars to pass through the turning circle

Track:
Problem

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