Ferry Rd end of new path. Watch the dogs, and the angled garden bed jutting out, which should be cut back.
Blackwattle Bay. Blind corner to left behind wall on access path to Glebe street network (near Forsyth St).
Garden bed edging juts out into path near the Glebe Rowing Club.
Sharp bend on side path off main foreshore path. Could round it off but pole too close to corner.
Wall extends onto path, restricts width and adds a hard edged hazard.
Path popular with children.
Dangerous edge if a cyclist were to run off just on this exposed edge.
Sandstone low wall from stairs on left encroaches on path, could catch a pedal.
Vegetation needs trimming to improve sight lines on bend.
Mixed traffic! Poor sight lines.
Mastiffs surveying the path.
Beautiful but a run-off hazard for cyclists. No rails. Path could possibly be widened here.
Blackwattle Bay path. Looking north. Path continues on around the point. Very scenic but you do have to watch the bends and low walls and edges. Possible path widening if Bellvue steps could be modified.
Dogs seem to lurk behind this low wall- maybe its the dirt section. On-coming cyclists have no chance to avoid them. Steps on right also may shield dogs from view.
Cyclist sees dog behind wall. Small children also may be hard to see behind this wall. Dirt section next to wall may attract dogs. Path should be widened and bend reduced here
Dogs may be hard to see behind pedestrians, or may walk out infront of cyclists. The steps seem to be poorly located, in terms of safety on the path.
Dog emerges from behind the wall. Too many obstructions and edges here.
Dogs everywhere. Few on leashes for better control. Edge on right restricts path width and is a hazard to cyclists and walkers.
Can see a jogger, but not a dog coming past the wall,
Crash hazard. Dirt section on right with circular lights looks pretty but could be paved over. Steps could be relocated.
Ride Slowly stencil is not very noticeable. Drop-off from path edge on left is hard to see. Path could be widened here.
40 cm drop-off at this angled edge feature. Angle could be filled in to provide more width.
Mind the edge. Width restriction is noticeable in this view.
No room for error
Sharp bend with steep drop-off into the old dock. Rough edge. A warning sign or stencil might be appropriate, if not a railing.
Another view of the path and the old sandstone dock. Note lack of any safety rail- and right angled bends.
View of the unprotected drop-off and sharp bend in path around old dock.
Could fill this corner in to straighten and widen the path.
Pedal hazard. Low wall too close to path.
Large dog wanders infront of cyclist. Sheer drop to right. Sharp bend ahead. This old dock could be bridged.
Pedestrians stop for a chat in middle of path. Note sharp bend with unprotected drop to right.
Dont cut the corner!
A bridge across the old dock would remove several hazards.
Pole and rocks too close to path. Dog in front likely to move in front of a cyclist.
Yep! Dog not under close control.
Another point where a bridge across an old dock would remove some tight bends and drop-off hazards.
Entry to Blackwattle Bay path at end of Glebe Point Rd is bumpy across this rough sandstone gutter edge. Cyclists could use this to avoid the narrow path by the fig tree on the Point.
Exposed edge on Johnston Creek footbridge. Bollard makes it hard to avoid the bump.
Close up view. (Has since been fixed, but on the east side only)
Another exposed edge on western side of bridge.
Footbridge is easily crowded over Johnstons Ck in Bicentennial Park, Glebe.
Blind corner approaching Johnston Creek footbridge. Vegetation needs removing.
Brick trim across path has a dip. Needs to be relaid flush. Dog is extra hazard. Owner nowhere to be seen.
Vegetation blocks view of gate to playground on right.
Exposed metal edge on path next to rail viaduct. Corner could be filled in too.
Path under rail viaduct at Chapman Rd conveniently connects the north and south parts of Chapman Rd. A kerb ramp is needed here, but path goes past toilets. Driveway to the left of this picture is a better place for bike access.
Best place for bicycle access under the viaduct into Bicentennial Park, Annandale, from Chapman Rd.
As seen on shared path in Ryde. Makes it clear what to do.