Dean A sent in this article from The Guardian, with readers’ photos of the best and worst of the world’s bike lanes. Here are the worst, because they’re much more appalling than the good ones are great. (Click title for all the photos.)
To begin with a classic from Bucharest:
“This photo was taken in Bhubaneswar in eastern India where part of a street was recently painted for cycling but garbage has been dumped on it.”
Corporation Street Birmingham:
Leeds: ‘The shortest bike lane ever?’
Jacob’s Wells Road roundabout in Bristol: A tad longer but way more dangerous.
Speaking of dangerous, “This is the shameful cycle lane on Parkway going into the Regent’s Park at Gloucester Gate. My daughter, in the picture, is on her school journey.”
More here, along with the good ones.