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Through motor traffic has been removed from Hume Street by a road closure by bollards next to the low bridge. However the Chalmers Street side of Hume Street has been turned into a taxi storage area with conflicting signage and road mark ... [more]

Hume Street in Clydebank has been closed where it passes under a low bridge. No indication that cycling through the line of bollards is not allowed.

Signs for destinations on the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath. A steep path next to the ruin leads down to Donald's Quay and to a path from there to The Saltings nature reserve.

The cycle lane up West Thomson Street ends in a car park at the Clydebank Health Centre.

The sign says 'No Motor Vehicles' but no provision for cycling through this road closure on Braidfield Road to connect with the Kilbowie Roundabout cycleway.

The Forth & Clyde Canal towpath is now in a reasonable shape, but the path to Beardmore Street only gets worse as it goes on!

Access to the Forth & Clyde Canal towpath over the lifting bridge at Farm Road.

'Keep Clear' but no clear cycle access to the crossings at the Dumbarton Road/Mountblow Road junction. Farm Road off to the right leads to the Forth & Clyde Canal, although Dumbarton Road ahead is the most direct route to the town centre.

A road closure with bollards and dropped kerbs on Old Dalnottar Road.

Signage for the Forth & Clyde Canal, and a dropped kerb to aid access.

Extremely poorly sited cycle parking at Clydebank ASDA. A combination of shelter, bollard and a car being parked in the space in the foreground made my bike difficult to retrieve when I returned from the supermarket.

Dropped kerbs would be useful either end of this path between Clydebank Business Park and Singer Road.

Path from Gooseholm Road reaches Glenfinnan Drive.

Filtered permeability of a sort, with shared-use path linking two sections of the housing development, while preventing through use by motor vehicles.

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