Cycling in Bristol – more photos There was so much to look at during three weeks visiting Bristol. So here are a few more interesting things biking-wise seen around the city: Four separate signalised crossings to get across this side-road A new signalised crossing that (shock, horror) let’s you cross the whole road in one go Clever little solar-powered path lights… …for some paths with no overhead lighting, these in-path lights are about the only thing to guide you ahead (not that my camera does them justice) Bike bypasses approaching this tunnel. Bikes get their own lanes in the tunnel, cars have to share one Shared pathway or just a glorified footpath? A transition between path and road – it kind of works A little oasis of pathways in the middle of a motorway roundabout junction Riding the Frome Greenway A definite inconvenience on the busy Bristol-Bath Railway Path, but at least they’re nice about it Separated cycleway heading downtown (but it doesn’t carry on for too much longer) Home zone treatments make for pleasant cycling environments Bikes can sneak in here, but not cars An offroad shared pathway crosses the road “Advisory” cycle markings warn of the presence of riders in the traffic lane People (and bikes) share the waterfront. Not fun to ride on those cobbles though… City Hall parking – even the mayor is a biking fan What do you think we could also do like this back in Christchurch?