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No cycle path through Barrhead. Lane in dual carriage could be used.

No cycle path available through Barrhead in either direction - dual carriageway could have cycle lane put in.

Glasgow Road B767 into Eaglesham is too narrow for existing traffic and unsafe for cyclists, particularly for school children. The pavement is ofter obstructed by hedging.

Potholes all over the cycle way all down the westbound carrageway cycle way. Cannot be avoided on this fast decent into Eaglesham

Pavement unsuitable for dual use as pedestrians/family and road cycling. Road needs speed restriction if it is to be safe

@ERsafecycling @Visit_Whitelee @EastRenCouncil @EastRenPolice @polscotrpu This was it again today. Is anything going to be done about this before someone is killed? https://t.co/EHZ7FcgRfs

Narrow pavement next to shops, people queuing. Remove parking next to the hops or extend the pavement and move parking into the wide road.

Path too narrow on this bend of pavement alongside roundabout. The length of this section means you can't see if someone is coming ebfore you're both halfway along this section, so hard to social distance.

No pavement from here connecting this part of Berryhill Road to Fenwick Road

A kerb across the path into Fairweather Park from Greenlaw Road.

@helenpidd @GoBikeGlasgow Totally pointless cycle lane. Same cars there. Every. Single. Day. There is a car park behind the building too. This requires you to move out into gas traffic who are trying to turn left in a few metres. Near White ... [more]

Hi @EastRenCouncil , could you arrange to have this traffic information sign repositioned so that it doesn't block the cycle lane for the next 6 weeks? Its current position is creating conflict between people cycling and buses/cars etc. T ... [more]

'Welcome to Rouken Glen Park'...oh wait.

A secure gate blocking access to the Dams to Darnley Country Park at Patterton.

According to Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, the Patterton Park & Ride site was not just for Patterton rail station but was to become "one of the major access points in the [Dams to Darnley] country park". But now the farm has been a ... [more]

Also told there's no space for cycle infra here in Giffnock... :/ #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17 https://t.co/8nTB6K2zfs

Driver was nice enough to stage a dooring for me on Kilmarnock Road to demonstrate how bad the lane is. Thanks :) #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17 https://t.co/KaPeE2qVWV

Tale of 2 councils: Part 5 Then we get to the border of @GlasgowCC… and it literally vanishes. #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17 https://t.co/cMpTRYNaaF

Tale of 2 councils: Part 3 East Ren let down by this poor shared-use path through Govan… which nobody uses. #GlasgowCycleInfraDay17 https://t.co/inGGil3vk6

Haw @EastRenCouncil your bike lanes in the door zone are bad enough but this really is taking the piss! Move the sign please. https://t.co/6BHe6XluMf

This car has been blocking the shared use path on Neilston Rd for 4 days running. Can you help, @EastRenCouncil? https://t.co/YWiGTNsKRu

The Eaglesham Moor Road has cycle lanes each way, but since the road itself is only two lanes wide, cars are driven in the cycle lanes routinely, as if they are not there.

Vilnius-style cycle parking in East Renfrewshire! This pathetic excuse for a cycle parking stand is next to the café in Rouken Glen Park.

Car parked in Ayr Road cycle lane. All the houses out this way have driveways.

Busy road environment not helped by cars parked on hatching and in southbound cycle lane

Car parking in contraflow cycle lane on Wood Farm Road

Typical - they put in a cycle lock thing then East Renfrewshire council obstruct it with a large bin Outside EAT deli in Clarkston

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