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This was already a very tight and awkward gap to negotiate. Knuckle crusher rails were installed last year to punish anybody who didn't get their alignment quite right. This bollard has now been added to make it even more difficult and make ... [more]

This was already a very tight and awkward gap to negotiate. Knuckle crusher rails were installed last year to punish anybody who didn't get their alignment quite right. This bollard has now been added to make it even more difficult and make ... [more]

Gaffer tape used to repair bollard found discarded at #106943.

Bollard damaged and lying in a nearby bush. Reported at: https://highwaysreporting.cambridgeshire.gov.uk?id=00311822 Reference: 00311822 Update: a week later I notice it had been repaired with gaffer tape, see #107112. But also on ... [more]

Bollard prevents motor vehicles abusing the bus and cycle lane.

Warren Road looking at the Eastfield link.

Warren Road / Eastfield link.

Warren Road / Eastfield link has been freshly rebuilt, wider & with reasonable access control in the form of a single central bollard.

Well-placed bollard at the end of the new connection to Red Cross Lane. Strange & unnecessary but harmless give way markings, I suppose.

There are two sets of bollards like this on the cycle path leading to Newmarket Road Tesco

There are two sets of five bollards like this, one after the other.

One of a series of bollards at Newmarket Road Tesco

One of a series of bollards on the cycle path by Tesco Newmarket Road

Bollard on narrow stretch of City Road where it joins Prospect Row by the Free Press (pub on left). Bollard and kerbs make this an awkward corner.

Bollard on narrow stretch of City Road near Free Press. Is this really needed and could it be positioned better?

Three different bollards at the eastern end of the Carter Bridge. From the left: an old wooden one, a relatively recent white painted concrete one and an old metal one.

Three old wooden bollards on Gresham Road. The red bands are wearing away and at night these are almost invisible.

Going fishing! Much improved bollard arrangement where Carter Bridge ramp joins Devonshire Road. Personally I would have liked to see a centerline marked for 5m up the ramp to help warn of the bollard, but this arrangement is as clear ... [more]

Bollards with reflective inserts, made by Glasdon. They looked like wood but I think may have been recycled plastic. On cut-through from Cherry Hinton Road to Bullen Close.

Bollards that will take a chunk out of your leg.

A wall separating the rear of properties from Nuffield Road. There's a rusty bollard with pram arms half way along it.

long road/ CGB

Long Rd CGB bollard

Judging by the pattern of the oil stain the rising bollard got a sump and the vehicle reversed and did a u turn leaving a slick behind it.

Cycle drawn right in front of a dark bollard without reflector or warning (reported to CambsCC with ref 2823500). A reminder of how things are done generally, on this otherwise excellent link for pedestrians and cyclists between Hawkins Roa ... [more]

Although the tiny sign on this useful snicket suggests that 'Cycling Prohibited' it probably is not true - because if it was they would have used the standard NO CYCLING sign. The lack of a dropped kerb does suggest that cycling is not a ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/Nh6iVzFyY9c I've finally found a reason for the side cyclepaths (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-Q_rgSeqTA)! Well, not really. With the amount of people wondering around I simply didn't feel safe cycling ... [more]

See #47055. This photo shows how dark the new bollard is at night compared to the other ones which have reflective markings.

The mlssing bollard that has caused some excitement in the city's media recently has been replaced by a solid near-invisible (at night see #47069) concrete new bollard. I've contacted the cycling team at the county to request reflective mar ... [more]

Highly visible bollard that flexes if you hit it.

Much improved bollard arrangement at the start of the path to the Riverside Bridge. The previous pair of bollards forced people entering and leaving the path into each others' way, creating conflict and confusion (see #13896 ). This singl ... [more]

I am not a fan of bollards or barriers on cycle paths, but the council did have good reasons for putting this one in - to prevent travellers potentially invading the riverside fields (a planning requirement when the path was built). It i ... [more]

I am not a fan of bollards or barriers on cycle paths, but the council did have good reasons for putting this one in - to prevent travellers potentially invading the riverside fields (a planning requirement when the path was built). It i ... [more]

Lots of anal No Ball Games signs in this area. This wouldn't be much use as a cut-through for cyclists, but the bollard is hostile to wheelchairs, buggies and even pedestrians.

Useful bollard prevents traffic encroaching onto the cycle lane earlier.

cut-through from Barton Rd to Gough Way

Bollard to prevent cars using bus and cycle lane to turn left (only partly effective!). It could help fix the situation shown in Gilbert Road at #28396

Path linking High Street Chesterton with Scotland Road.

Tricycle using NCN51. This (15-year old) photo was used in the Spring 2019 Camcycle magazine, page 13!

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