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Not sure what this cyclists dismount sign is for. Tiny private access road that the cycleway crosses. https://t.co/qKfhZAd3Qm

Hi hi @waitrose - We’ve made a few trips to your #Colchester store to collect for customers. See pics attached though, a useful route to and from the carpark/entrance, but is there any chance you could remove the barriers, and widen the a ... [more]

Barriers for the sake of it, and it looks like people cut around the side.

New chicane at the entrance to the Garrison network. Still nothing to stop motorists parking in the bay directly in front of it (see #28885).

Remove the dreadful chicane, add a drop kerb, and this is a perfectly good link between Old Heath Road and Littlebury Gardens.

The path between Clarendon Way and Cowdray Avenue now forms part of a cycle route, but chicanes remain (see also #30947), and no drop kerb has been added to enable access, nor any road markings to ward off motorists parking directly in fron ... [more]

Two awkward chicanes remain on the path between Clarendon Way and Cowdray Avenue despite it now forming part of a cycling route. This one in particular seems wholly unnecessary since there is another metres away (see #30950), and the other ... [more]

The footpath between St. Johns Road and St. Cyrus Road is marked on the latest Cycle Colchester map as being a cycle route, yet there there is a series of awkward chicanes to negotiate. See also #30895.

The footpath between St. Cyrus Road and St. Johns Road is marked on the latest Cycle Colchester map as being a cycle route, yet there there is a series of awkward chicanes (this one is particuarly tight) to negotiate. See also #30896.

This footpath off St. Cyrus Road is marked on the latest Cycle Colchester map as being a cycle route, yet there is no drop kerb, and an awkward chicane to negotiate before continuing across the road. See also #30893.

This footpath off St. Cyrus Road is marked on the latest Cycle Colchester map as being a cycle route, yet there is no drop kerb, and an awkward chicane to negotiate. See also #30894.

There was a really awkward chicane here until it was thankfully removed, but after resurfacing a new one has been installed.

Unfortunately a chicane has been reintroduced where Alyssum Walk meets St Andrews Avenue, apparently due to a problem with rogue motorbikes. This won't solve the problem but has introduced another: As the drop kerb wasn't widened when ... [more]

Unnecessary chicane on cycle path between Berkley Close and Albrighton Croft.

One of three (see #27484 and #27485) unnecessary chicanes between Dilbridge Road West/East and Fairhead Road South/North.

One of three (see #27484 and #27486) unnecessary chicanes between Dilbridge Road West/East and Fairhead Road South/North.

One of three (see #27485 and #27486) unnecessary chicanes between Dilbridge Road West/East and Fairhead Road South/North.

This unsightly and unnecessary chicane should be removed for it to become a pleasant link between Philip Morant School, Rembrandt Way and NCN Route 1 and Lexden Park.

One of two unnecessary chicanes (see #26414) on the footpath beside Irvine Road Allotment.

The first of two unnecessary chicanes (see #26415) on the footpath beside Irvine Road Allotment.

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