A council is investigating reports its workers have been blocking cycle lanes with their vehicles after photos were posted on social media.

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A number of images show council vehicles, including a van and a bin lorry, parked on cycle lanes in East Moors and near Cowbridge Road, Cardiff.

An image was also tweeted showing a vehicle parked on a cycle lane off North Road.

Cardiff council said it would take "appropriate action".

Councillor Rodney Berman, ward member for Penylan, tweeted an image of a council vehicle he spotted parked on a cycle lane on East Tyndall Street on his commute to work.

"I was somewhat staggered on my cycle commute to work to discover that the vehicle which was completely blocking the cycle path in front of me was in fact a council vehicle," said Mr Berman.

"Whilst I understand the council van was there to do a job, there could surely have been other places it could have parked, such as on the road underneath the bridge or on the road alongside this cycle lane which has two lanes for traffic and no parking restrictions.

"There is little point in the council putting in new segregated cycle lanes if it is going to block them itself."

Another tweet was published on 26 May with an image of a council vehicle parked on a cycle lane off Cowbridge Road, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service.