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Dual use cycleway required along the A5

Dual use cycleway required along the A5

Dual use cycleway required along the A5

Dual use cycleway required along the A5

Dual use cycleway required along the A5

Dual use cycleway required along the A5

We have several footpaths that have fallen into disrepair. If improved would provide several walking routes for locals and caravan site users without the need of a car to get to

Pavement required along the A5 to link the Bala Road to the next A5 junction where it is possible to get off the main road towards the Glan Ceirw Caravan Site

Cycleway required along the A5 to link Cerrigydrudion to the Bala Road

The link between this piece of the Old A5 and the new needs to be widened to allow cycling through it more easily.

Extension of cycle/pavement alongside A548 for safer access to Abergele hospital

Many cyclists use this route for leisure and commute and yet the traffic is incredibly fast despite blind bends. Reduce current 60mph speed limit to 40mph and enforce with cameras to protect and encourage cycling

Cycle track / walkway is too narrow. Constructing a new path from Dwygyfylchi foot bridge (by Shell garage), along the front, on the sea side of the railway track up to Penmaenmawr would resolve this.

Insufficient facilities for cycling on Conwy River Bridge.

Close this road to traffic between st george and abergele. There are other routes and anyone inconvenienced by this closure are within easy cycling/walking distance. Cars can stick to the A55 if they aren't making a local journey. A single ... [more]

Should have a cycle only path as a safe route to snowdonia

Create a cyclist priority route from the train station into town. Sending cyclists on a merry go round of crossing junctions and exploring parks full of dog walkers before being spat back out on the wrong side of the road is NOT provision f ... [more]

Abergele has no provision for cyclists at the road junctions in the town centre. prioriyt for cycles at the trafic lights and marked cycle ways on the road are needed.

Plaza in front of Llandudno station - no cycle stands, no benches, no recycling bins - just wasted space.

Llandudno shared use with sign saying Cyclists Dismount. (Taken from a bus.)

No footway on the A5 here

No footway on the busy A5 between campsite and pub.

Cyclists Dismount sign for a slightly narrower section of NCN route 5. They don't really understand about promoting cycling in Conwy.

Cyclists Dismount sign for a slightly narrower section of NCN route 5. They don't really understand about promoting cycling in Conwy.

It's not the end of the route, this is NCN route 5! What it means is Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway.

This is shown on maps as a route into the park.

It looks as if there's access to the school cycle sheds from one direction but not the other.

School fenced off from an ideal access route

This should be opened up to provide a safe route to school alonsgide the B5106 into Conwy.

This section of the coastal cycleway is permanently covered by the dune for about 200 metres. Hard going - even to push the bike.

Outside Conwy Castle. Lazy parking - overhangs the footway.

The advisory sign states No cycling on footway. The alternative is a very busy major road.

Bit of a cheap way of grabbing attention.

This tautological sign was the only clue that the diversion off NCN5 we had been following had come to an end. We had been riding a similarly narrow footway behind the camera, alongside side this fast and quite busy road.

Cycle route ends suddenly and you're then on this fast A road. (I took this photo from the passenger seat of a motor-vehicle.)

The winter storm damage (see #56662) to this popular shared use cycleway between Deganwy and Llandudno still has not been repaired at the height of the holiday season. The route is officially closed by barriers, but we've watched a daily st ... [more]

Coastal path destroyed by storms, Feb 2014. Still not repaired by August, see #60276.

Unmarked road crossing on NCN route 5

Selfish tank driver blocking access to NCN route 5

Absurd slalom on NCN route 5 due to council unwillingness to either move light columns or sacrifice parking for sea anglers.

The end of an off-road section of NCN route 5 - why wouldn't you fill it in cycle parking stands? And allow cars to block access to the road? Appalling design.

Sustrans mile post by some of the worst infrastructure on any of their routes - the off-road section of NCN route 5 simply ends in a random tangle of cycle parking stands.

The end of an off-road section of NCN route 5 - why wouldn't you fill it in cycle parking stands? And allow cars to block access to the road? Appalling design.

Shared-use cycle and pedestrian route, also with oncoming vehicles?? Shome confusion shurely?

Road-side shared-use section of NCN route 5 east from Llandudno, with meaningless give-way markings.

This sign should have been removed now that cycling is permitted (for a trial period) on Llandudno promenade

Excessive quantities of sand on the cycle route from Conwy to Llandudno

Dropped kerbs, but otherwise an awful crossing from the Conwy Suspension Bridge to NCN route 5

Bit of a mystery to me why the drivers of these vehicles choose to store them right across the footway like that. This is a quiet residential road which is plenty wide enough.

Grim rut style cycle parking that is more of a trip hazard that useful, but better than nothing I suppose. Note the locks left behind around the grooves.

Ridiculous gate in order to access NCN5 Coastal route

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