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Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Forfar East To West High Street is wide enough to accommodate a dedicated cycle lane. At present it is dangerous to navigate massive lorries and cars just don't care about cyclists.

This is an excellent path but the bushes are starting to encroach and the surface could be repaired in places. Keep up the maintenance.

This is an excellent path but the bushes are starting to encroach and the surface could be repaired in places. Keep up the maintenance.

Speed bump here needed here to slow down traffic on blind bend. Cycling here is a nightmare. Also extremely dangerous for pedestrians.

Very dangerous trying to cycle here. Cars pass too closely and too quickly.

Lighting required. Path is very dark. During the winter it is impossible to see other users in late afternoon/ evening

Pavement extremely narrow on Commerce St - cones needed to widen pavement

Lots of children use this whole area to walk/cycle to Birkhill PS but also bus stop for pupils travelling to MHS. Footway widening required at a minimum to ensure physical distancing possible

Temporary vehicle restrictions at school opening/ closing Improvements to width of footways

There is no justification at all for a Cyclists Dismount sign here - but it's only National Cycle Network route 1, why would anyone care?

The route continues along the road. No need for the End of Route or Cyclists Dismount signs. Location: Broughty Ferry, Dundee (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Missing direction sign - Turn right up here do not go under the bridge .

Cyclists ignoring wheelbender parking at the Co-op, Carnoustie, in order to lock onto supportive railings.

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