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Thanks to persistent work by a local campaigner, the obstruction (see #154442) has been eased by the removal of part of the barrier to the left.

Traffic cones and an e-scooter bay have just appeared to block this access to the new cycle ramps to the Scarborough Bridge in York.

Post-lockdown York - not much space on this riverside route

Classic cylephobic Health and Safety nonsense.

Lovely off-road route into York on NCN route 65 and the Way of the Roses

Route signs on NCN route 65, York

Map of cycle links from York station, on the link to the excellent new Scarborough Bridge (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Route sign and link to York station from the excellent new Scarborough Bridge (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Direct link to York station from the excellent new Scarborough Bridge, York (NCN route 65).

Route signs on Dame Judi Dench Walk, York (NCN route 65)

The excellent new Scarborough Bridge, York (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Route signs on the excellent new Scarborough Bridge, York (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

Lots of parking spaces coned off for social distancing, and this genius moves a cone to block the pedestrian/cycle access as well.

Ramp to the excellent new Scarborough Bridge, York (NCN route 65), replacing a narrow bridge with stepped access.

NCN route 665, a functional but unattractive route alongside the A64.

NCN route 665, a functional but unattractive route alongside the A64.

Just north of the A64 and NCN route 665, you can stick to the lanes to Tadcaster and Leeds.

including cyclists on the lanes to Tadcaster and Leeds.

Footpath only ahead - cyclists can turn left here towards Tadcaster and Leeds.

Not a dead-end - cyclists can continue and take the (quieter) next turning to the left.

Link to another crossing of the York bypass

Cycle link from York to Askham Bryan and Askham Richard (and then Tadcaster and Leeds).

Cycle link from Askham Bryan and Askham Richard to York.

Crossing of the A1237 York bypass on the cycle link from York to Askham Bryan and Askham Richard (and then Tadcaster and Leeds).

Cycle link from York to Askham Bryan and Askham Richard (and then Tadcaster and Leeds).

Cycle link from Askham Bryan and Askham Richard to York.

Start of cycle link from York to Askham Bryan and Askham Richard (and then Tadcaster and Leeds).

Barriers at start of the otherwise useful Lomond Ginnel, York

Basic permeability, York.

Fairly primitive cycle bypass, York

Shared-use footway from the Askham Bar Park & Ride, York

Start of segregated cycleway at Askham Bar Park & Ride, York

Segregated (probably) cycleway by the Askham Bar Park & Ride, York

Cycle parking and annoying notice - do drivers have to get out and push their cars?

Crossing at Askham Bar Park & Ride, York

On- and off-road routes on Tadcaster Road, York

Link to Askham Bar Park & Ride, York

Route signs from NCN route 665, York

Loop down to underpass on NCN route 665.

A wiggle to slow cyclists on NCN route 665, and the direct route created by mountain bikers .

Link to Fulford and Naburn from the Solar System Greenway (the Trans Pennine Trail, NCN route 65).

The Truck Trike Saturn Stop café at the former Naburn station, on the Solar System Greenway (the Trans Pennine Trail, NCN route 65).

Link to Howden Lane from the Solar System Greenway (the Trans Pennine Trail, NCN route 65).

Sign to the pub in Naburn from the Solar System Greenway (the Trans Pennine Trail, NCN route 65).

Link to Moor Lane from the Solar System Greenway (the Trans Pennine Trail, NCN route 65).

Link from the Solar System Greenway (the Trans Pennine Trail, NCN route 65) to a farm track.

Tree roots are making the outer reaches of the Solar System Greenway on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 65) increasingly rough.

Tree roots are making the outer reaches of the Solar System Greenway on the Trans Pennine Trail (NCN route 65) increasingly rough.

Dead end - there's an active railway there, so who knows what they were thinking.

This section of Bishopthorpe Road has been closed to southbound traffic except for cycles to allow space for social distancing by pedestrians. OK, the cycle lane is closed, but there is still two-way cycling here.

This section of Bishopthorpe Road has been closed to southbound traffic except for cycles to allow space for social distancing by pedestrians. So where is the Except Cycles sign?

This section of Bishopthorpe Road has been closed to southbound traffic except for cycles to allow space for social distancing by pedestrians. There should be an Except Cycles sign.

Erstwhile cattle creep, now a tunnel under the A1237 (York ring road), opened in late 2019. It is between Main Street (Knapton) and Northfield Lane and is the final part of the Rufforth to Knapton route. It gives: a) Rufforth residents an a ... [more]

Frosty cycle path. Field Lane, York

Flooded riverside route in York

If the person on the bike who was verbally threatened by a person driving a black BMW at the junction of Goodramgate and Aldwalk at 17.00hrs needs details of the vehicle I managed to take this image. @YorkCycle @NYTrafficBureau https:// ... [more]

For fucks sake, @CityofYork, we're a tourist city; you're meant to welcome people, not terrify them! St Helen's Square has always been a place of people gathering, this is just awful. https://t.co/oB5gSSYBlN

As usual in this car-obsessed society, Road Closed means closed to motor vehicles - cyclists and pedestrians can get past this burst water main without much problem.

As usual in this car-obsessed society, Road Closed means closed to motor vehicles - cyclists and pedestrians can get past this burst water main without much problem.

Experimental half-opening of the barriers at the west end of Hospital Fields Road, York.

Mystery obstructive device on the cycle route off Hob Moor, York.

Unbelievably, this is marked as a cycle route to York station.

Good on you, Pete!

Racks near the supermarket entrances.

Racks near the supermarket.

Covered racks near the retail park.

Racks in a far corner of the retail park, but there are other well placed racks on this site.

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

River Foss, the path by the river at the bottom of the ramp is covered in silt.

NCN65 by the Ouse River,York

Lorne Street,York

Cobbles on an un-named backstreet, York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Cycle racks at a school, York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Orbital route,York

Cycle lanes from the wall with York Station in the background

Bicycle themed cafe, York

Fairfax Street, York

Monkgate from the city walls of York

Art gallery racks

Useful connection

NCN66

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