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I love this filter on Roslyn Road, Tottenham - it makes cycling home from Seven Sisters possible - plus this planter is absolutely beautiful 😍

Filter

Crossing big road

Stamford Hill

Stamford Hill

Stamford Hill

Crowland Road, Stamford Hill contraflow cycling permitted.

Crowland Road, Stamford Hill

Markfield Recreation Ground

Markfield Recreation Ground with some cycle friendly speed bumps

Markfield Recreation Ground

Markfield Road, Tottenham Hale The gate was closed, but you can get through by using a gap at the left up a kerb. Dunno why this isn't more cycle-friendly.

Markfield Road, Tottenham Hale

Markfield Road, Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale

Broad Lane, Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale Sign says: STAY ALERT ESSENTIAL TRAVEL ONLY

Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale

I'll never understand how it came to be that bollards like this exist to protect people from drivers who mount pavements, but are installed in a way which takes space away from the people they are meant to protect. https://t.co/EBpR0BXePT

Cycle parking at Ally Pally

Durnsford Road, zebra crossing 🦓

Bounds Green

Bounds Green

Hi @haringeycouncil can you please send some parking enforcement to Wightman Road? There are cars completely obstructing the pavement at the moment - impossible as a pedestrian to get through without walking on a very busy road. https://t.c ... [more]

Sheffield stands and double-deck cycle parking at Seven Sisters overground station

Cycle parking by Seven Sisters underground station

CS1 by the A10 in Tottenham

Lots of route signs on CS1, Tottenham

Narrow shared-use by the A10, Tottenham

Pedestrian crossing and signs - cycle infrastructure needed here.

Narrow shared-use path by the A503

This should read Emergency Access and Cycles Only, I assume.

Cut-through towards Tottenham Hale station

Cut-through from Tottenham Hale station crossing the A503

Cut-through towards Tottenham Hale station

Less cycle parking than usual? during expansion work at Tottenham Hale station

Dismount or use a mountain bike here on NCN route 1

NCN route 1

More cycle parking at the Markfield Beam Engine and Museum

Cycle parking at the Markfield Beam Engine and Museum

Cycle parking at the café by the Markfield Beam Engine and Museum

Cycle route in Markfield Park

Access to Markfield Park from NCN route 1

Dismount or use a mountain bike here on NCN route 1

Thank you for slowing down sign on NCN route 1 by Markfield Park

Poor surface on NCN route 1

Cycle lane by the A503 moving from on road to off road.

Poor implementation of a cycleway

Poor implementation of a cycleway

Poor implementation of a cycleway

Stroud Green Primary School promoting walking - well done

Stroud Green Primary School promoting walking - well done

Stroud Green Primary School promoting walking - well done

Contraflow - not a brilliant implementation but a useful route

Contraflow - not a brilliant implementation but a useful route

Contraflow - not a brilliant implementation but a useful route

Railway [pre-electrification]

Interesting piece of pedestrian infrastructure!

The new plaza/bus interchange at Tottenham Hale station - there needs to be much more cycle parking

The new plaza/bus interchange at Tottenham Hale station - there needs to be much more cycle parking

Haringey Law Centre - Courtyard # 1 Location: Tottenham Hale, London (England, United Kingdom) 1 April 2017. Litter, rubbish. A bush growing in the cycle racks and rubbish in the courtyard.

Dumping Near the Footbridge Location: Tottenham Hale, London (England, United Kingdom)

Subway under the Railway Location: Tottenham Hale, London (England, United Kingdom) 28 March 2015. Entering the subway. View eastward toward Clendish Marsh. Not the most attractive place to walk. But almost all the lights were w ... [more]

Approaching the Subway Location: Tottenham Hale, London (England, United Kingdom)

Aproaching the subway to Park View Road Location: Tottenham Hale, London (England, United Kingdom)

This dead-end lane has recently been closed to all vehicles - surely an exemption for cyclists could have been arranged?

Sculptural cycle parking

End of cycle contraflow alongside Highgate High Street

Cycle contraflow alongside Highgate High Street

Cut-through in Highgate

No sign of any cyclists nor of any roadworks (apart from a closed footway on the other side) but still, good practice.

Cycle racks and No Cycling sign, Queen's Wood, Highgate

No Cycling in Highgate Woods

No cycling in Highgate Woods (lots of jogging and dog-walking however) - it would be great if it could be used for a clearly defined extension to the Parkland Walk.

Paved link to NCN route 1 in Tottenham Marshes

NCN1 on the Lee Navigation towpath and connecting bridge

Paved routes and signage in Tottenham Marshes

Paved route in Tottenham Marshes

Paved route in Tottenham Marshes

NCN route 1 switching to the Lee Navigation towpath

Paved link to NCN route 1 and route sign just north of Tottenham Hale

Paved link to NCN route 1 just north of Tottenham Hale

Paved section of National Cycle Network route 1 in Tottenham Hale (and departing heron)

Signage for a complicated stretch of NCN route 1 in Tottenham Hale.

Head north here to turn around and go south under the bridge towards Hackney

Head north here to turn around and go south under the bridge towards Hackney

Cycle Lane - Chesnut Road Location: Tottenham Hale, London (England, United Kingdom) 8 March 2008. A small but solid Haringey success. Cycle lane in Chesnut Road, Tottenham near the corner with Rycroft Way. It needed a little twea ... [more]

CS1 running through a residential development

Narrow gaps on either side of this concrete block on the so-called Cycle Superhighway 1

Cycle contraflow east of the A10

Road closure where CS1 leaves the A10

Route signs where CS1 leaves the A10

Cycle parking at South Tottenham station

Route signs on CS1 at South Tottenham station

Shared-use sign when in fact CS1 is very clearly segregated.

Shared-use footway by the Seven Sisters Road

CS1 crossing the Seven Sisters Road

Junction of CS1 and London cycle route 10

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