Scooter/cycle lane alongside the main carriageway in Ho Chi Minh City
Right-hand lane for two-wheelers only by the Sri Mariamman Temple, Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City, Monday morning rush hour - lots of scooters on the road, just a well-loaded bike on the cycle/scooter road alongside the main carriageway (on both sides).
Ideal for a cycleway down to the Saigon River.
A cycle/scooter road alongside the main carriageway (on both sides).
A cycle/scooter road alongside the main carriageway (on both sides) - useful for going the wrong way.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam - LOTS of scooters. There might be a bike somewhere in there too.
This is the third bike that I saw in Ho Chi Minh City being 'riden' from a padded passenger seat rather than the usual one.
Great cycle parking at Institute for Manufacturing (as you might expect):
* Sturdy well-spaced racks
* Near the main entrance
* Message: you're welcome when arriving by bike
Cycle parking on the Stone Jetty at Morecambe.
Cycle parking on Morecambe promenade.
Worn out painted cycle lane only visible by its colour, leading from Water St to the Toucan Crossing across Cable St to Chapel St. Google Streetview shows that those signs have been facing the wrong way for over 2 years!
I'm not sure if the marking is to indicate that this should be used by cyclists going in this direction onto Water St, because it is so worn out, but otherwise this is a cycle lane for getting to the toucan crossing across Cable St behind t
Warning of the two-way cycle lane crossing the exit from Butterfield St onto Chapel St.
The crossing from Chapel St to Water St, across Cable St, is not exactly up to Dutch standards!
Two-way cycle lane on Chapel St, approaching junction across Cable St. The narrow footway leads to people walking in the cycle lane.
Two-way cycle lane in Chapel St, without segregation from the main carriageway. The footway is quite narrow here and pedestrians were walking in the cycle lane.
Two-way cycletrack from Chapel St around the corner to North Road, and narrow footway.
Two-way cycle track towards the riverside, via North Road, Chapel St and Water St.
Well-loaded touring bikes - a tandem and a recumbent - at a Phnom Penh hotel.
There are still a few single-seat cyclo taxis in Phnom Penh.
There are still a few single-seat cyclo taxis in Phnom Penh
Riverside cycleway, Phnom Penh - the on-carriageway lane is really for scooters and took-tuks rather than cycles.
Closed road in front of the Royal Palace, Phnom Penh - surely cycling could be permitted as well as walking?
Riverside route, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Cyclists heading straight ahead along the cycleway are given a green light at the same time as drivers turning left across their path. Thus designing in left hooking collisions. This cyclist is sensibly avoiding the risk.
Yet another speed bump and more painted signs warning pedestrians to look.
Yet more rumble strips to control cyclists speed as they ride behind the bus shelter that obstructs the view of pedestrians crossing the next speed bump #87806..
Another speed bump - this time with zebra stripes on the top. A few metres along there is yet another rumble strip behind a bus shelter #87805.
Another rumble strip to keep cycle speeds low - as you approach the speed bump #87804.
Attempt to mitigate conflict with pedestrians accessing the bus stops. Speed bump on the cycleway slows down cyclists and large painted signs warn pedestrians which way to look. A bit further along are some rumble strips #87803.
Rumble strips needed to control cyclists speed to mitigate conflict with bus passengers. A few metres later you come to a speed bump #87802.
SLOW sign at the entrance to a cycleway that veers behind very well used bus shelters. The degree of conflict with the very high volume of pedestrian traffic around Manchester University means cyclists riding here (rather than on the adjace
New cycle friendly road environment on Oxford Road Manchester. 20mph speed limit - 2 wide lanes (down from 4 narrow lanes) - restricted traffical make for a comfortable ride, so long as you avoid the narrow, humped, glass strewn channel tha
Exemption from No Right Turn permitting cyclists to turn right from Oxford Road into Brunswick Street is welcome. Unfortunately the raised kerbs prevent cyclists getting from the cycle lane to the correct lane position to make the turn.
Signalised pedestrian crossing crosses cycleway - but there are no signals to stop cyclists when the green man shows.
Golf Cart Bike Lane
Location: Honokai Hale, Honolulu (Hawaii, United States)
The ramps to Riverside Bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wide redmac cyclelane. For comparison, Green Dragon Bridge is 2.6m narrow . See short videos of the morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush
How not to perform a right hand turn: Swerve across the path of a bus just as the lights turn green.
Wheelbenders at the Shunfu food court, Singapore - most people lock their bikes to the railings on the other side.
Shared-use footway, Singapore
Segregated footway, Singapore
Segregated footways, Singapore
Tourist trishaws passing a bus station, Singapore
Footway cycling, Singapore - quite normal
Cycle parking at Bugis MRT station, Singapore
Covered walkway and zebra crossing, Singapore - amazing provision for pedestrians.
Foot/cycle bridge link to Marymount MRT station, Singapore