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Photo listing : tracks

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This listing only shows photos within Carnforth.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Ask management to supervise parking better and prevent visitors staff from blocking pedestrian access by parking on the footway here.

New Resident parks Transit pickup blocking footpath. Ask that he uses a side street to park on the road only.

Builders’ vans block the pavement. Ask them to park onsite.

Very narrow footpath alongside a busy road

No pavement at all, even road markings would help

Narrow pavement on both sides, far too busy, needs widening

Pavement on Ashford Road (opposite the cemetery and down the bus-only road to the junction with the A588) is narrow and overgrown. Hard enough for one person to walk on without going on the road; impossible to distance on. It's a popular wa ... [more]

Blea Tarn Road is a popular walking route out of Lancaster towards Bowland, but there's no pavement and cars go very fast.

Langthwaite Road is a popular walking route out of Lancaster towards Bowland, but there's no pavement and cars go very fast.

Pavement frequently blocked, daytime and evenings by cars delivering for local take away stores.

Cars parking on the pavement in fine weather in order to visit river etc. Blocks pavement totally and obscures clear view of junction. Ticketing of vehicles does not remove the problem once it is there.

Illegally parked cars, on the path, along side white zigzags on the road for zebra crossing, makes it difficult to see people using the crossing. Especially vans and wagons.

Pavement regularly totally blocked by a van and two cars, preventing use of the path by cyclists, wheelchair users, pushchairs etc. Any one walking would have to go on the grass or busy road.

Both pavements blocked with parked cars.

Very little traffic and lots of pedestrians in a narrow street but dominated by cars, parking and loading

Narrow pavement spare traffic lanes

Croasdale Fell bridleway, Forest of Bowland (approximate location) - you do have to push in places.

Croasdale Fell bridleway, Forest of Bowland - mostly rideable on a city bike.

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