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Id Creator Description Created at Last changed
closed 271865 Chris Fleming

There is a path (foot?) between East Farm of Gilmerton and Drum Crescent. http://citycyclingedinburgh.info/bbpress/topic.php?id=2449#post-172485

11 days ago 1 day ago
open 274592 drnoble

Road re-aligned for construction of Borders Railway

6 days ago 6 days ago
open 274590 drnoble

A7 has been re-aligned around here for new Borders Railway

6 days ago 6 days ago
open 197138

This was being turned into student housing when I last heard. I'm sure it's not a medical facility any more.

5 months ago 7 days ago
closed 260095 Math1985

This Dune should probably be tagged as shop=shoes

about 1 month ago 20 days ago
closed 259963 Rostranimin

There is a key access to the Water of Leith Walkway here (and National Cycle Network). Includes a public car park space (small). The path already marked 50m to the west of this is actually steps.

about 1 month ago 27 days ago
open 257932 drnoble

should this section really be bicycle=designated? I don't remember seeing any signs, and there are a lot of steps on this path, making it only really suitable for fit people on mountain bikes that are happy to carry

about 1 month ago about 1 month ago
open 142072 drnoble

Bypass to open on Monday 31 March… though possibly only part of it? Needs survey and updating.
http://www.scotsman.com/news/transport/bypass-set-to-protect-britain-s-most-bashed-bridge-1-3357274?

8 months ago about 2 months ago
open 253197 drnoble

This could do with a survey, as doesn't look quite right - road going through the building...

about 2 months ago about 2 months ago
closed 243924 Rostranimin

Anyone else agree that the path here (Lanark Rd to Saughton Park) should really be tagged highway=path, bicycle=yes, not as highway=cycleway? This path is usuable as a through route but it's very indirect, narrow in places, and close to Saughton Park is simply a muddy worn path across grass. This is true despite the John Muir Way using it (the JMW in places is only suitable for mountain bikes or similar). Few ordinary people would describe this as 'cyclepath.' See also similar note for quite different section south of Lanark Road.

2 months ago about 2 months ago

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