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All photos in & around Aylesbury

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156581Photo #156581Speed limit too high, often intimidating drivers when cycling over this bridge.Cycleway:
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155679Photo #155679Pavement far too narrow - widen. Cycle lane needed. Far too much traffic along this road.Track:
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155383Photo #155383Provision for safe cycling required along Chartridge Lane.Cycleway:
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155382Photo #155382Provision for cyclists required along St Mary's Way.Cycleway:
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151616Photo #151616Footpath not maintained properly for years. Hedges should be cut right back to footpath boundary. This footpath is important for school walkers.Track:
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151615Photo #151615Very narrow pavement. Heavy traffic for 3 schools. Pavement should be wider. Zebra crossings added.Track:
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151015Photo #151015Cycle lanes needed. Vehicles constantly parked on pavements.Cycleway:
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150410Photo #150410Cycle lanes needed & traffic calming needed.Cycleway:
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150388Photo #150388Missing bridge here needs replacing to give access to towpath from north side of canalCycleway:
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150387Photo #150387Closed off former road is now unmaintained and made intimidating by rubbish bins and parked vehicles from adjacent caravan site, and a variety of unsightly barriers. Could be a useful traffic-free route. Access needs clearing and making more welcoming, and road surface/encroaching vegetation maintained.Cycleway:
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150193Photo #150193Speed too high! Unsafe for pedestrians and cyclists to cross from Magpie Ln to Bottrells Ln. Reduce Speed to 30 mph for sections. Install Zebra / Cycling Crossing.Cycleway:
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150192Photo #150192Build Dutch style protected roundabout, with pedestrian / cyclist priority. Look at the example built in Cambridge.Cycleway:
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150191Photo #150191Build Dutch style protected roundabout, with pedestrian / cyclist priority. Look at the example built in Cambridge.Cycleway:
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150190Photo #150190Build Dutch style protected roundabout, with pedestrian / cyclist priority. Look at the example built in Cambridge.Cycleway:
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149919Photo #149919Don't bother with trying to put in a cycleway that has the right gradients, just allow this path to be used (see someone else's pin). Very important to be able to get from the new housing on the top of the hill into town and vv. Even if it means pushing your bike for some of the way.Cycleway:
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149918Photo #149918Need to keep this path swept, and allow cycling along the campus road, as this path is too narrow.Track:
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149917Photo #149917This is a very unpleasant underpass. Can't do anything about the width, but could do something to the lighting. It should be a key way for people north of the railway to walk down to the Rye for recreation.Track:
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149915Photo #149915Somehow do something to this corner to give pedestrian priority to people walking along church street into castle street - a key railway station /town centre route.Track:
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149914Photo #149914The path stops here. Not much use unless you are abled bodied and have your boots on!Track:
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149913Photo #149913Someone has put in a pin suggesting improving cycling along valley road. An alternative is to bring a cycleway through the park. The park is inaccessible to all but the able bodied, so it could be incorporated into a wider plan to add some paths. Could then cycle off road from Hughenden valley into town.Cycleway:
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149911Photo #149911This footpath could be improved and become part of a cycling superhighway all the way up to Downey, and then along the common to naphill/walters ash. Difficult decision how to get from here into town esp avoiding going up to the manor and down again - could improve the path that skirts the woodland, or even use some of the fields, then bring the route through the arboretum alongside Coates Lane? Just think how many people could cycle to work from the downley/waltersash/naphill areas if this was a really good off-road route...Cycleway:
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149908Photo #149908This might be seen as quite controversial, as this is a lovely quiet footpath that feels timeless. but its only good if you have walking boots on, so of little use. It could be paved and become a cycling/footpath 'superhighway' into town? May need an electric bike to get you back up mind you! but it would be off road.Cycleway:
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149907Photo #149907Regularly sweep this path to keep it as wide as it can be, and then allow cycling along it. OK so they will have to carry their bikes down the steps to Priory Road, but it would be a great way to get people to bike-commute into townCycleway:
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149906Photo #149906Interesting there is no button for 'disabled improvement' or similar name. There is a dropped kerb on one side of this junction, but not the other.Track:
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149905Photo #149905Deal with pavement parking here. This comment applies to nearly every footpath in the town. Pavements are now seen as places to park, and not to walk. This needs to be addressed if people are going to be able to walk safelyTrack:
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149903Photo #149903Improve this path to an all weather surface and widen to allow for cycling too.Cycleway:
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149901Photo #149901Need to improve this 'crossing' for the footpath. Could be an easy way for people to get out into the countryside, but getting from the pavement to the road is difficult, and crossing the road has poor visibility. ideally have a central ped refuge, but not easy to see how road can be widened to accommodate...Track:
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149900Photo #149900Better access needed into the park, and when you are in the park you need some paths to walk on without needing to put on your wellies. the park is inaccessible to all but the able bodied. (not too many paths - may be just round the edge and along the river, as people might get up in arms otherwise!)Track:
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149899Photo #149899Need a crossing here to give a good safe pedestrian route from the new extracare etc dev, into town centre, down temple end.Track:
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149898Photo #149898Improve the surface to allow it to be walked in normal shoes, as a walk commuting route into the town centre, in summer at least - would need lighting for use in the winter, which would be even betterTrack:
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149897Photo #149897Regular path sweeping and trimming vegetation to allow people to walk in 'normal' shoesTrack:
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149896Photo #149896Regular street cleaning after clearing back overgrowth. sadly probably can't be widened. but part of cycle superhighway to the two schoolsCycleway:
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149895Photo #149895Widen these paths to allow for cycling - part of possible cycle superhighway to the schools on the hillCycleway:
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149894Photo #149894Need to remake the steps with a channel to push your bike up the side. This could be part of a 'supercycleway' to the two grammar schools on the hillCycleway:
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149890Photo #149890Widen footpath and allow/enourage cycling by the way Newfield Rd and Victoria RdCycleway:
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149889Photo #149889Provide surface, cycle friendly gates and allow/encourage cyclingCycleway:
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149886Photo #149886Convert to footway/cyclepathCycleway:
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149884Photo #149884Add ramp to enable cycles to be wheeled over the bridge, connecting to cycleways at either endCycleway:
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149883Photo #149883Widen narrow footpath and convert to bridlewayCycleway:
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149882Photo #149882Surface of Bowden Lane in v poor condition - prime route for cyclists from Wye DeneCycleway:
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149881Photo #149881Footway on eastern side is used for cycling up hill, separate from fast moving traffic, but badly needs resurfacingTrack:
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149880Photo #149880Convert to bridleway, and widen pathCycleway:
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149879Photo #149879Convert old railway line to footpath/cyclepathCycleway:
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149878Photo #149878Safe pedestrian crossing or red refuge needed hereTrack:
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149840Photo #149840The whole of the A404 from Hazlemere to Amersham is full of busy, high speed traffic and feels dangerous. A well-maintained, separate cycle lane both ways would greatly aid cyclists travelling to and from Amersham and commuting into London by tube.Cycleway:
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149790Photo #149790A dedicated cycle path from Hughenden Valley into High Wycombe would mean that my family and I would cycle into town rather than drive. It is currently far too fast a road to cycle along with my daughters and I wouldn’t feel safe. As they get older, it would allow my daughters to travel into town independently.Cycleway:
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149577Photo #149577Pavement needs to be made dual use. The surface needs repair and bushes need clearing back.Cycleway:
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149504Photo #149504No safe or wide access for cyclists to travel to Uxbridge from Slough , or from Uxbridge to Slough. Would be used by commuters on what is a busy routeCycleway:
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149438Photo #149438Continuous pavement needed up the hill on this road.Track:
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149430Photo #149430Trying to cycle up a steep hill needs a cycle lane or at least a guaranteed pavement to be able to dismount and walk if it gets too much.Cycleway:
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149297Photo #149297Traffic lights need to allow longer for people to cross, especially with many elderly using this crossing to get to the park.Temporary closure:
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149296Photo #149296Cars continuously use the bus and cycle lane, often in the wrong direction, speed camera definetly neededTemporary closure:
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149295Photo #149295Needs a pathway next to the steps to be able to push bike upCycleway:
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149278Photo #149278Widen pavement between Parkwood Junction and Lacey Green.Track:
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149276Photo #149276Cycleway needed for whole length, but especially between Bradenham Beeches and New Road for the high number of RAF personnel who cycle to work.Cycleway:
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149275Photo #149275Shared cycleway from Parkwood to Greenwood needs to be extended along New Road to Kilnwood.Cycleway:
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149273Photo #149273Too many use Hughenden Ave as speeding rat run... does this need to be a through road here on the steep part?Temporary closure:
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149268Photo #149268Pavement needed from South Close roundabout to Danesfield School (at points following the Public Footpath). Ideally this would continue along to the Harleyford junction and then into Marlow.Track:
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149249Photo #149249Cyclists heading into town struggle here. Suggest head-start traffic lights for cyclists to allow them to start up the hill and across the three lanes to turn right at the next one way system.Cycleway:
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149248Photo #149248This new layout is ill-conceived as it may calm and reduce emphasis on motor traffic but does nothing for cyclists. The lanes are too narrow for cars to pass cyclists with sufficient space and motorists still attempt to squeeze past. Not an advocate for separating cyclists from the road, but a wide lane that allows a car to pass a cyclist is preferrable.Cycleway:
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148932Photo #148932Pave the path going up the hill to make it easier for cyclists. Put in calming measures to stop cyclists going downhill too fast.Cycleway:
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148931Photo #148931Cars regularly use the one-way bus and cycle lane, sometimes in the wrong direction! You could make a fortune by erecting a traffic camera!!Temporary closure:
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148930Photo #148930Incredibly dangerous cycle path. Motorists don't indicate when turning off the main road. The whole junction layout needs to be rethought as a lot more traffic uses Frogmoor compared to when the junction was designed.Cycleway:
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148929Photo #148929Traffic calming measures required to prevent rat-run and stop drivers speeding.Temporary closure:
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148865Photo #148865There’s is no cycle way on Marlow hill and it is a very busy road both in and out of the town.Cycleway:
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148863Photo #148863There is no cycle way on this hill and it is a dangerous road.Cycleway:
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148585Photo #148585There needs to be a pavement between Daws Hill and Flackwell Heath. It would encourage walking and it would allow the college students to make their way into town and get some exercise.Track:
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148464Photo #148464There needs to be dropped kerbs to enable crossing from just below station to opposite side of Amersham HillTrack:
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148448Photo #148448A wider, seperate cycle path between Bourne End & Marlow would be great for the communities.Cycleway:
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148369Photo #148369Put segregated cycle lanes on London Road- or even better a sewerage cycle track through the Rye into the town centre or stationCycleway:
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148260Photo #148260Narrow path on bridge (1.1m), pedestrians have to step into road sometimes, plus conflicts with traffic passing very close to pavement. Part of key route to station and town centre.Track:
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148245Photo #148245Proper cycle infrastructure needed around Wexham Park Hospital. Lanes on roundabout are too wide. Cycle & pedestrian priority needed.Cycleway:
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148244Photo #148244Shared cycleway between Aylesbury & Berryfields& a poor effort - too narrow in places, no priority over side roads. Improvement needed.Cycleway:
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148243Photo #148243Enclosed cycle lanes & cycle priority needed on roundabout.Cycleway:
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148242Photo #148242Speed limit too high, enclosed cycle lane required.Cycleway:
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148234Photo #148234Improved cycleway for commuting trips from Wendover. Footpath route not suitable except for slow leisure trips. Improvements at junctions needed.Cycleway:
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148185Photo #148185Traffic calming needed, proper cycleway needed. This road could even have a cycle/pedestrian/bus gate - cars could use Knaves Beech Way.Cycleway:
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148055Photo #148055This footpath is potentially useful for those wishing to avoid the narrow London Road pavements, but it is blocked by a high fence here, requiring an inconvenient detour.Track:
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148053Photo #148053This footpath is potentially useful for those wishing to avoid the narrow London Road pavements, but it is blocked by a high fence here, requiring an inconvenient detour.Track:
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148007Photo #148007The new road layout now means cyclists have to move to the right hand lane to go straight on towards Loudwater. This is dangerous and does not allow for a safe ride at this junction.Cycleway:
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147963Photo #147963The end of Bertie's Walk, below the Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147962Photo #147962Access to the Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147961Photo #147961The Buckingham Railway Path soon dead-ends after this viaduct.Cycleway:
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147960Photo #147960Link from the Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147959Photo #147959The Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147958Photo #147958Viaduct on the Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147956Photo #147956The Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147955Photo #147955Better surfaced part of the Buckingham Railway Path, from the bypass to Station RoadCycleway:
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147954Photo #147954Start of better surfaced section of the Buckingham Railway Path, from Station Road to the bypass.Cycleway:
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147953Photo #147953Keep to the left here on the Buckingham Railway Path - to the right is a dead-end.Cycleway:
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147952Photo #147952Link from the railway path to Station Terrace, BuckinghamCycleway:
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147951Photo #147951The Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147950Photo #147950Start of Bertie's Walk (access to the Buckingham Railway Path)Cycleway:
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147949Photo #147949Cut-through in BuckinghamCycleway:
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147943Photo #147943The new road layout now means cyclists have to move to the right hand lane to go straight on towards Loudwater. This is dangerous and does not allow for a safe ride at this junction.Cycleway:
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147934Photo #147934One part of Hughenden Boulevard (by the housing) has a cycle path, but for some reason not the stretch between Morrison’s and Hughenden Av.Cycleway:
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147922Photo #147922Path too narrow for cycles, already marked no cycling but people cycle on it. Riding fast and almost touching pedestrians as they pass. Also ride on dirt path that is marked no cycles, that path not wide enough for two people walking much less cycles. Since they insist on cycling there let's make it safer for allCycleway:
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147834Photo #147834Very poor surface for cycling. Needs fixingCycleway:
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147487Photo #147487Cycleway is in dire need of resurfacingCycleway:
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146785Photo #146785Fast traffic on this road. Enclosed cycleway needed. Lots of room on verges for this.Cycleway:
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