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The path from the bridge ends at a bus stop on Kennishead Road. There is no dropped kerb to get onto the road, and the footway ends shortly after the bus stop.

The path to the left is step-free, while the other two (one to the right out of picture) are stepped ramps.

Bridge across railway, on falling gradient.

Ramp and steps from this path, to the bridge across to Kennishead Road.

Steps without handrail, and ramp, to the railway bridge across to Kennishead Road.

Junction of paths near Glenmuir Drive, looking west.

Junction of paths near Glenmuir Drive, looking east.

The arrangement of the bus shelter across the path end does not make for the neatest possible layout.

A pothole around a gully in Cleeves Quadrant, and the path to Priesthill & Darnley station diverging from the road at the bus stop, where there is no dropped kerb.

Signage coming into Pollok Country Park.

The poorly surfaced path from Whitriggs Road leads to the museum centre car park in Woodhead Road. It appears to be signed as a public path, but do the gates get locked at night?

The poorly surfaced path from Whitriggs Road leads to the museum centre car park in Woodhead Road.

Poorly surfaced path from Woodhead Road to Whitriggs Road.

Path from Salterland Road at Whitriggs Road. The path through the little gate leads to Woodhead Road, but does the gate get locked?

Path to Nitshill away from railway.

Path to Nitshill alongside railway.

Junction in the path to Nitshill, left for Maybole Street, right for Whitriggs Road.

Path from Nitshill to Salterland Road.

Path from Salterland Road to Nitshill.

Looking the opposite way from #194236, this shows the narrow ramp behind the wall to get around the steps to the right.

The start of the path from Shawbridge Street to Pollokshaws Road, for Pollok Country Park. But the sign says Auldhouse Park, which is the other way. This path is a short but steep ramp, to get around the steps beyond. See also #194237.

Entrance to Greenbank Park straight ahead, and path to the Nether Auldhouse Road crossing to the left.

Route onto path obstructed by railing, and no dropped kerb.

The pedestrian and cycle route to the Burrell Collection branches off from the car route here, but for cycling from the carriageway involves crossing the verge.

Not everyone is going to the Burrell Collection. A desire line for a right turn at what should be a triangular junction in Pollok Country Park.

The route across the vacant ground leads directly to the shops and the toucan crossing across Nitshill Road. This will be lost if the land is redeveloped without a formal path being formed.

The waste ground between Nitshill Road and the path to Woodhead Road needs tidying up and a formal path established.

Although the connection from Woodhead Road leads to Dove Street, more people seem to use it to get to Nitshill Road, over the adjoining waste ground. This connection has been in use for many years.

A useful local connection within Nitshill, avoiding the main road.

No dropped kerb at end of path from Woodhead Road to Dove Street and Nitshill Road.

Narrow path, Hinckley

Resurfaced riverside path at Erskine.

The path from the new bridge across the Black Cart Water continues for a short distance on this side of the A8 before crossing to the other side where it continues all the way to the edge of Bishopton.

The path from Abbotsinch Road to Inchinnan Road at the bascule bridge. The cycleway effectively ends at the bridge and it's onto the road for Renfrew and Glasgow, although a riverside path route starts on the other side of the river that … [more]

The view from the northern end of the Sighthill Bridge, looking along the paths to Port Dundas Basin.

Heading west from the Sighthill Bridge, along the paths to Port Dundas Basin. The path diverging to the left is step-free to the canalside.

The path from Port Dundas Basin approaching Pinkston Road. The only dropped kerbs are at the crossing at the pedestrian refuge.

The Sighthill Bridge is finally open!

The decaying leaves of autumn have still not been swept up, but the council employs someone to drive a van along the path every week or so. This does not count as maintenance!

Path, Alconbury Weald

Path, Alconbury Weald

Trafford near Manchester. Path leading to footbridge. The path beyond the lamppost is not being maintained any more in favour of the desire line path to the right. This is good but a more permanent solution is required. Improve the surface … [more]

The path around the side of the Sighthill redevelopment approaching Pinkston Road. I believe this path will form parts of the cycle routes from Cumbernauld and Springburn to the city centre.

The main path around the side of the Sighthill redevelopment. I believe this is to become part of the cycle routes from Cumbernauld and Springburn to the city centre.

An inexplicable hairpin bend feature on the path around the side of the Sighthill site redevelopment. I believe this is to be the replacement cycle route between the city centre and Springburn.

Path across Donkey's Common untreated after snow.

According to the sign, cyclists are to give way to pedestrians on the steps and narrow, steeply graded path down to the Kelvin Walkway.

The resurfacing of the path from the Forth & Clyde Canal to Netherton Road, down the side of the David Lloyd Club only lasts a few metres, but it at least eliminates the step between the existing asphalt and the rest of the path.

It's great that the path from Netherton Road to the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath has been widened and resurfaced, but those bollards are just in the way at the point of a blind corner. Put them at the road end of the path where they would be … [more]

There used to be a path forking right here, from the Kelvin Walkway into Wyndford, but now there's a new fence, so it looks like the path won't be returning once the long-term water works are finished.

The path towards Gilshochill suddenly gets narrow. Narrow enough that for people to pass, one has to stand aside off the path.

Bad tree root damage to the path down from Campbell Street to the Stockingfield Bridge. While not ever going to be a main access route, it is still one that will be used by local people and this damage should have been addressed.

The nearest dropped kerb to the start of the West Highland Way path is not convenient if coming from Ellangowan Road, and is located at the narrowest point in the footway. A second dropped kerb would be desirable further along nearer the … [more]

No dropped kerb to join the start of the West Highland Way path at Ellangowan Road. The nearest is off to the left.

The end of the West Highland Way path at Ellangowan Road. There is no dropped kerb to conveniently join the road to the left, only one off to the right to cross to the car park.

The path has become asphalt.

The West Highland Way at steps to Milngavie community centre and library. The path is a bit muddy here.

Path junction where the West Highland Way turns left. The route to the right leads to the library pond.

A turn marked for the West Highland Way, but the path straight ahead also leads in that direction.

The second part of the junction in #185740. Both paths lead to Milngavie town centre, although the one on the left is probably best for cycling. The West Highland Way is marked by a waymarker post beyond the junction.

A multiway junction on the West Highland Way in Milngavie.

A path to North Dumgoyne Avenue to the left, and Cloberfield Gardens to the right. The latter has a 'No Cycling' sign part of the way along the path. No dropped kerb for either.

'No Cycling' on path towards a bridge over the Allander Water. No dropped kerb either. The bridge can also be accessed from the adjacent car park.

Unsealed path from West Highland Way and Mugdock Country Park approaching Stable Road, Milngavie.

'No Cycling' on signed path from Mugdock Country Park, and no dropped kerb at Stable Road crossing.

'No Cycling' on signed path to Mugdock Country Path.

A barrier across the entrance to the Craigdhu Wedge path. There is a dropped kerb to the right. The banner can cause visibility problems.

Unsealed path on northern arm of Craigdhu Wedge, muddy in places. A piece of wooden edging has become exposed in the middle of the path, presenting a hazard to cyclists.

Unsealed path on northern arm of Craigdhu Wedge, muddy in places.

Disintegrating surface on path at Craigdhu Wedge.

The gully in #51324 is now blocked with mud.

Hmm, which way to go?

The path from Viewfield Road to the M8/A8 footbridge. The footbridge has a double-back ramp when it could have come straight down in this direction, avoiding wasting the time of people walking and cycling.

The path to the A8/M8 footbridge at Viewfield Road.

Active travel routes into and around Sighthill still closed. This is the path between Craighall Road and Sighthill, alongside the motorway.

A footway has been formed using posts and blocks, leading to the narrow asphalt strip to Strathtay Avenue. See also #172687.

Benches and an overflowing bin, but no cycle route signage at the junction of Ferry Road and the cycle path to Kelvinhaugh Road.

A Scottish Power van parked blocking the entrance to a path that links to the Kelvin Walkway.

Broken glass on path.

Broken glass on path, although not as much as the last time I was here.

Barrier at end of path at Arrochar Street.

At long last the path between Toryglen Road and Prospecthill Circus has been rebuilt, providing an off-road connection between Rutherglen and Toryglen. The path previously was terrible (see #70595).

Cathkin Braes Country Park has mountain biking trails and ordinary paths. Here is the path between the car park and Castlemilk.

The path from the Forth & Clyde Canal footbridge at Old Farm Road over to Netherton Road is in a very poor condition (still). What doesn't show up in the photograph is the step between the asphalt surface and the washed-out unsealed path.

A new path has been created from the Drumchapel Way over to Garscadden Road over a construction for the Garscadden Burn flood prevention scheme, but ends in a mind-boggling array of steps.

I'm still none the wiser as to why the path going around the outside of the fenced playpark has been surfaced with pebbles in a plastic mesh (see #175035). This is not easy to cycle on.

The Drumchapel Way meets the new Garscadden Burn flood prevention construction work, at the foot of the ramped steps from Belsyde Avenue.

A second new bridge across the Garscadden Burn (out of view ahead down the hill) has been provided on this path from Belsyde Avenue to Southdeen Avenue, but this section of path has not been improved. The Drumchapel Way crosses from right … [more]

A new path to Southdeen Avenue, but the connection to Glenkirk Drive behind the camera is via a flight of steps. The Drumchapel Way crosses from right to left.

The Drumchapel Way path awaits improvement.

A new playpark, picnic benches, and a section of unfinished path heading towards Southdeen Avenue. The path from Kinfauns Drive crosses and connects to the original route of the Drumchapel Way to the left.

A new playpark and section of unfinished new path heading towards Glenkirk Drive.

A couple of new paths have appeared following the Scottish Water works. The path to the right joins Southdeen Avenue, while the path to the left joins the original waymarked route of the Drumchapel Way. Despite waymarker posts at Kinfauns … [more]

A new path has been built towards Kinfauns Drive, and has Drumchapel Way branded marker posts on either side, but there are no dropped kerbs or any other form of crossing on the road at this point. The original route of the Drumchapel Way … [more]

Looking the opposite way from #180493, the Drumchapel Way path awaits rebuilding on the east side of Kinfauns Drive, but a new path has been build on the west side, ending at a Drumchapel Way marker post next to the bus shelter, but with no … [more]

No progress on building a proper path here. This is shown as a cycleway in Glasgow City Council's GIS system.

The Scottish Water works have been completed, trees have been planted, but the paths remain a mess. Will this be remedied? Looking in the opposite direction from #180495.

The path ahead is now impossible to identify, only the path to the right remains, but markings on the ground may signify something is going to be built.

The paved perfection of NCN7 Location: , Kilbirnie (Scotland, United Kingdom) A lot of the former railway lines that have been converted for use as cycle paths are only roughly surfaced. So it was pleasing to encounter this route … [more]

The path between Ascot Avenue and Strathcona Drive gets very narrow at the gasworks.

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