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The temporary footbridge on #MillRoad in 1980…@MillRoadBridges @MillRoadHistory @camcycle @CambridgeLabour https://t.co/3exMcDULaL https://capturingcambridge.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Bridge-report-1st_edition-2018-04.pdf https ... [more]

Mill Road bridge Measurements left to right in metres, accurate to 0.05m 2.30m Extra width by bins and bench 1.50m Pavement 3.05m Westbound Carriageway 3.05m Eastbound Carriageway 1.65m Pavement 9.25m Total 11.55m Total includ ... [more]

Sheep's Green bridge Very narrow and busy but useful traffic free river crossing Cambridge

Quite a big queue waits for a break in the downpour on the cycle bridge over the railway at Cambridge.

Confusing #Cyclists #Dismount signs have finally gone from the north side of #GreenDragon bridge. https://t.co/wXZ59x4Hrh https://t.co/w0Q4tcTZLR

Garret Hostel Bridge A rare shared use path with enough width to cycle comfortably. If the Cambridge News is to be believed the County want to stop allowing people to cycle on it over fears that a tourist will get bumped into the river

Riverside bridge in the sunshine

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]

Coe Fen bridge Location: Newnham, Cambridge (England, United Kingdom) Coe Fen bridge

October mist at Coe Fen Technically a public footpath, as are almost all of Cambridge's traffic free cycle routes. The bridge was closed for several months for re-painting. It is a shame that it was not widened or a parallel cycle br ... [more]

Carter bridge by night

Carter Bridge Both the footway and cycleway are below recommended width, and this causes congestion in rush hour, but this is a very useful and popular crossing of the railway.

Signpost at western end of Carter cycle bridge.

Approaching Devonshire Road from Carter cycle bridge. Two concrete bollards have been removed and new, white, ones added with clear markings, instead.

New bollard and white paint at western end of the Carter cycle bridge.

New bollard and clear markings at western end of the Carter cycle bridge.

Obstruction still to be removed from the western end of the Carter Bridge approach at Devonshire Road. New bollards and markings are an improvement.

New bollards at approach to Carter cycle bridge from Devonshire Road. But an obstruction still needs removing.

Narrow and blind - the path under the railway bridge on Ditton Meadows. This is acceptable as a "temporary" fix, but a permanent solution is needed to give acceptable width and sight lines.

See http://radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/08/pleasant-circular-route-round-cambridge.html for a video of riding around a pleasant little ride around Cambridge on good infra, not so good infra, and quiet roads. Just enjoy!

One of the clear plastic windows has come out of its fixing. I've reported this to the County, and on 19th July 2016 they've emailed saying that work has been ordered to fix the problem. Your report details: Reference: 00252436 Date ... [more]

See video (with music!) at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AXcNRxQLwI

Approaching Rustat Road from Carter Bridge showing bollards and road markings.

Bollards on Carter Bridge, approaching Devonshire Road. The curve of the route round to the right makes the left-hand gap feel even narrower, exacerbated by overhanging vegetation.

Approach to Carter Bridge from Devonshire Road, showing bollards put in May 2016 (work not yet complete)

Junction of Rustat Road and Carter Bridge showing bollards, road markings and 'give way' sign.

A litter bin has been added to the Carter Bridge. This is a daft idea, and surely has security implications.

The stupidly narrow bridge between Sheep's Green and Coe Fen has reopened after renovation work. See just how useful it used to be: #1667. The annoying CYCLISTS DISMOUNT sign has also gone by 2016.

Finally, a newly modified cycle gutter on the station platform bridge! Two years and three months or so after the original botched install, (L-shaped rail immediately under handrail) and the subsequent botched attempted remedy (move L-sha ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/IcVs06cJoDk This is just a dangerous facility that needs to have some kind of regular cleaning schedule.

Cyclist on Riverside Bridge in East Chesterton. See short videos of the morning rush:http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See short videos of Cambridge's morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists during the school run on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See short videos of Cambridge's morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclist during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge.

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. The ramps to the bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wide redmac cyclelane. For comparison, Green Dragon ... [more]

The ramps to Riverside Bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wide redmac cyclelane. For comparison, Green Dragon Bridge is 2.6m narrow . See short videos of the morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid . The ramps to the bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wid ... [more]

Cyclists walking their bikes up Riverside Bridge and across the river. Some algae has built up on the bridge's clear white surfaces.

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See short videos of the morning rush in Cambridge: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid . The ramps to the bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wid ... [more]

Cyclists during the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Female cyclist in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See short videos of Cambridge's morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists on Riverside Bridge against the morning sun. The ramps to the bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wide redmac cyclelane. For comparison, Green Dragon Bridge is 2.6m narrow.

Male cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. The ramps to the bridge are 4m wide, colour segregated into a 1.5m footlane and a 2.5m wide redmac cyclelane. For comparison, Green Dragon ... [more]

Male cyclist in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge.

Cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge between Abbey and East Chesterton in Cambridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

Cyclists in the morning rush on Riverside Bridge connecting Abbey with East Chesterton in Cambridge. See short videos of Cambridge's morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Female cyclists in the morning rush in Cambridge.

Everyday cycling in East Chesterton, Cambridge.

Cyclists in East Chesterton. See short videos of Cambridge's morning rush: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists in the morning rush in East Chesterton, Cambridge.

Cyclist on Riverside Bridge.

Cycleway over the river Cam between East Chesterton and Abbey.

Riverside Bridge, the newest bridge crossing the river Cam in Cambridge.

The morning rush in Cambridge. See also in short videos: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cyclists on Riverside Bridge in East Chesterton.

The morning rush on Riverside Bridge. See also in videos http://iitm.be/RiversideVid

The path on Ditton Meadows is already heavily used at times.

Cycleway over Ditton Meadows in Cambridge. Cyclists riding towards the river Cam.

The railway bridge over the river Cam. This is also a possible location for the Chesterton-Abbey bridge to connect to the Science Park Station.

The first section of the path from Coldham' Lane to Newmarket Road is a Chisholm Trail worthy 5.50m wide. See also #57072.

The two-way, shared-use tarmac path over Coldham's Common is 63" / 1.60m narrow, thought the grass is making making inroads. The edges are breaking up, which makes overtaking impossible and avoiding oncoming people cycling dangerous. See al ... [more]

Measurements of the path over Coldham's Common. At this bridge the path is 3.20m wide kerb to kerb. See also #57073 for the width of the main section of the path.

Measurements of the width of the ramp leading onto Riverside Bridge in Cambridge. The ramp is 4m wide kerb to kerb, segregated into a 2.50m redmac two-way cycleway and a 1.50m footway. The usable width is reduced by at least 10cm each side ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/zzlsoEiMKdc After a careful risk assessment, I decided that it was safe to ride under Victoria Avenue Bridge in slight flooding from the Cam.

See clip at http://youtu.be/djnpaqxLlcQ An update from these four. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYQOzBEafuM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Zq-rPOPwq8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMNahoggd00 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Wj2ez ... [more]

Wheels or paddle? The path under Victoria Avenue bridge floods when the river is high.

Railings narrow the footway even further under this railway bridge.

Big sign explaining footpath closure - (which has now finished).

See clip at http://youtu.be/BYQOzBEafuM We had the fun and joy of the winter raised strip replacement on this wooden bridge. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xniOGCp7DY Then it was removed after considerable complaints. http://www.yo ... [more]

Hills Road Bridge cycle lanes as seen from "The Marque" (courtesy of "VINCI Construction plc"). See also video http://iitm.be/HillsASL and picture #49074

Hills Road Bridge cycle lanes as seen from "The Marque" (courtesy of "VINCI Construction plc"). See also video http://iitm.be/HillsASL and picture #49073

Hills Road junction with Cherry Hinton Road. See also #49071 and video http://iitm.be/HillsASL

Hills Road cycle chic and shadow. See also #49071.

Hills Road during the morning rush. See also #49069 and video http://iitm.be/HillsASL .

Hills Road cycle chic and shadow.

Cyclists on Hills Road crossing Cherry Hinton Road in the morning rush. See also #49065 as cyclists assemble to wait in the redmac advanced stop box. The previous picture in this series #49061.

Cyclists waiting in the redmac advanced stop box on Hills Road as the lights turn green. See also #49069 when crossing Cherry Hinton Road.

Cyclists in the redmac advanced stop box on Hills Road just before the lights turn green. See also #49068 when setting off.

Cyclists waiting in the redmac advanced stop box on Hills Road just before the lights turn green. See also #49067 when setting off.

Cyclists assembling to wait in the redmac advanced stop box on Hills Road. The motorcyclist is stopping just behind the line. See also #49066 just before set-off.

Cyclists waiting in the redmac advanced stop box on Hills Road Bridge in the morning rush. See also #49063.

Redmac Cycle lanes and advanced stopbox on Hills Road Bridge as seen from "The Marque". See also #49062. Note that the "professional" driver in the black VW Passat Taxi with license 1017 and number plates RK09 PYX did pass the stop line du ... [more]

Redmac Cycle lanes over Hills Road Bridge as seen from "The Marque". See also #49061.

Redmac Cycle lanes and advanced stopline on Hills Road Bridge as seen from "The Marque". See also video #49053.

Cyclist turning from Hills Road Bridge into Cherry Hinton Road undertaking an HGV. Not a satisfactory layout. See also http://youtu.be/-LP_ONowZjk

Hills Road bridge cycle lanes in the morning rush. See also video #49053 of the cycle lanes and http://iitm.be/HillsASL - taken from scaffoldings courtesy of VINCI Construction plc.

In the fourth picture the inconsiderate driver of a dark VW van with registration plate FY60 TXA is moving away from the cyclist on the redmac MCL and back into the lane with the two cyclists who are correctly positioned to turn into Cherry ... [more]

Does the inconsiderate driver of a dark VW van with number plates FY60 TXA know that he is about to crash into a female cyclist in a redmac mandatory cycle lane. Is he aware that he is crossing a continuous white line? See also #49057.

The inconsiderate driver of a dark VW van with number plates FY60 TXA in an unsuccesful attempt to shave seconds of his journey time by overtaking the two cyclists who are correctly positioned to turn into Cherry Hinton Road. To overtake he ... [more]

Redmac cycle lanes on Hills Road Bridge. The inconsiderate driver of a dark VW van with number plates FY60 TXA is unsuccesfully attempting to shave seconda of his journey by overtaking the two cyclists who are correctly positioned to turn i ... [more]

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