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This listing only shows photos within Bolton.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Just to respond to older comments, this nice bridge now has a fully protected bidirectional cycleway for people to use.

Very nice new bi-directional cycleway alongside Newport Street that enables cycling between Trinity Street and Great Moor Street. Newport Street is one-way for motor traffic so this is a very welcome addition, especially as it connects … [more]

New wider wand-protected cycle lanes installed along Chorley New Road. Unfortunately as of uploading this image, they end at Beaumont Road.

Bolton Greater Manchester . Are providing all full time students with the use of a bicycle next semester. … [more]

A protected bypass has been built here, although it might have been better if it remained protected the closer one gets to the bridge (see the photo on the corner).

An excellent example of how to build a safe environment for all. This design is used on the north side of the bridge too.

An example of an angled kerb used to gain access across a footway, rather than dropping the footway to road level. This is much better for pedestrians, who have a more level surface to walk across, and makes it less likely that they will … [more]

The path here is being improved (this is not the final surface), but a new drainage system has stopped it from being permanently flooded. The route from Ringley Road to Nob End will, shortly, be completely rideable.

New compacted "centrak" surface makes this formerly impassible towpath now cycleable.

A new compacted surface and relaid setts makes this arm of the canal now easily cycleable.

Nice wide track here making it safe to cycle around this corner. It used to be very slippery and rutted here.

New track surface through the breached section of the canal.

Cyclists once had to dismount here if travelling east, but now the track has been raised to meet the coping stones.

Setts being relaid during construction of a new towpath surface on the Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal

Three types of cycle parking on the platform at Bolton station.

This bridge, crossing the m61 to link two offroad pathways, has a flat section of concrete at the side of each stairway, enabling a bicycle to be easily pushed up or down. This may or may not be intentional, it could be for drainage … [more]

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