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Ditton Walk, Cambridge

Ditton Walk, Cambridge

Ditton Walk, Cambridge

Ditton Walk, Cambridge

The speed cushions in the middle of Bateman St have been replaced by partial-width cushions, much easier for both cars and bikes. The three to the east are full-width.

The three speed cushions at the east end of Bateman St have been replaced by gentler full-width cushions.

The three speed cushions at the east end of Bateman St have been replaced by gentler full-width cushions. Did they also repair the potholes caused by drivers braking for the previous cushions? No, of course not.

Bike racks in Thoday Street.

Obstructive parking right outside our front door.

Need for cycle parking outside the Pipasha restaurant on Ditton Walk.

Bridge on Coldhams Common with the grass cut back for Chisholm Trail work.

Cycle parking near to the supermarket entrance.

The contraflow cycle lane has been kept open through the roadworks - the awful speed humps on Bateman Street are finally being replaced.

Cambridgeshire highways department strikes again! The road is closed to motor vehicles in this direction anyway. And the contraflow cycle lane has been kept open through the roadworks. So these signs are nonsense and can be ignored.

The three collapsing speed humps at the eastern end of Bateman Street have been removed - with luck, something better might appear soon.

Temporary cycleway on Coldham’s Common, with little ramps to help corner cutters.

Temporary cycleway laid on the grass on Coldham’s Common.

Link connecting St Mary’s Court and Champney’s Walk.

Madingley Road

Overhanging tree reported at: https://highwaysreporting.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/?id=00369370

Just two weeks since a coalition took over the county council and already the dangerous pop-up barriers here have been removed. Coincidence? See #151657, #151658, #156151, #168794

Cycling with easel.

Car storage over hanging the cycle parking, since the bollard that stopped this got broken.

Car parking blocking access to front door.

Temporary path to the right of the building works - but cyclists are better off on the next path to the south.

Temporary path during building work - there's a dropped kerb to the left, but cyclists are better off on the next path to the south.

Evans Cycles in the Grafton Centre, Cambridge

Changes afoot on Bateman Street?

Temporary traffic lights on Mill Road bridge.

Dreadful subsidence

I see the point, but I wonder how many drivers on this short stub of private road bother going around to the left - there's not much need. On a bike I certainly wouldn't bother.

Three more stands at the Royal Standard

Over the months this pop-up lane closure, which forced left-turning cyclists into the path of through traffic, has gradually moved to the left and is becoming less of a problem.

New zebra crossing, designed to force cyclists into the path of motor vehicles - perhaps a shared-use bypass could be provided to the left?

Presumably this refers only to motor vehicles - this is the route to the St Edmund's College cycle sheds.

The new cycleway continues alongside the road while pedestrians presumably are led to the right for a safer crossing of this dead-end road.

The new cycleway continues alongside the road while pedestrians presumably are led to the left for a safer crossing of this dead-end side road.

I really hoped that contractors had been told to destroy all these awful Cyclists Dismount signs, but no, here's another one. Unacceptable!

Nice - a link so cyclists can cross one side of Madingley Road then use the lights to cross the other side.

Presumably a lane for cyclists turning right, but there are no markings or red surfacing.

First in Milton Keynes (#96095), now in West Cambridge - autonomous vehicles on the footways. www.cambridgeindependent.co.uk/news/autonomous-vehicle-trials-under-way-in-cambridge-9199287/

Cycle parking at the Rutherford Building, West Cambridge (with some of those awful old 'high-density' racks in the background)

Cycle parking at the Maxwell Centre, West Cambridge

Cycle parking at the Maxwell Centre, West Cambridge

Over-cautious attitude - how fast can those cars being going in the car park?

Cycle parking at the Roger Needham Building, West Cambridge

Cycle parking inside and outside the tent at the Cambridge Graphene Centre

No dropped kerb - wheelchairs cannot get from the car park to the Civil Engineering building (there's a gazebo on the footway to the left).

The only way from the car park to the Civil Engineering building - with a No Cycling sign at the end

Why on earth are they so determined not to let people get through to the Civil Engineering building?

New crossing and shared-use path

Cycle way closed approaching the Newmarket Road roundabout.

If you're cycling on the shared-use footway, there's a temporary ramp and diversion. If you're using the on-road cycle lane, you're a bit stuffed.

This looks unofficial but in the corner of B&Q car storage area is one space hashed out and with a blob of tarmac to make a smooth transition.

Dropped kerb needed.

Cycle parking at three access points to this park in the centre of Clay Farm.

Bizarre - no access through the hedge to this crossing.

Start of an impenetrable hedge which stretches a couple of hundred metres, including past a crossing.

Obviously there's a cycleway to the left, but it would be good to have an Except Cycles plate under the No Through Road sign.

Cycle parking on link from Hills Road bridge to the busway

Of course it's more important to have a statutory lawyer's notice about trespass on the busway than a usable sign for the National Cycle Network.

Little-used link from the busway to Long Road

Little-used link from the busway to Long Road

Little-used link from the busway to Long Road

I imagine will people will want to reach this new park across the guided busway.

Access to this new park is directly from the guided busway. How can that be safe? No dropped kerb, so no wheelchair/cycle access.

Guided bus waiting at bollards/lights to continue on the guided busway - cyclists should turn left for the parallel route.

Cycle route sign well after cyclists need to have turned left - and it's hidden by the Caution - Bollards sign which isn't needed as only qualified bus drivers use this road. The route sign needs moving to where cyclists have to turn left.

Cycle parking at the AstraZeneca building, Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Start of bus and cycle route between the Royal Papworth Hospital and AstraZeneca buildings.

It would be good to have a contraflow cycleway, or failing that, some indication that the multi-storey car park is in the middle of a one-way circuit.

Link from Clay Farm to Addenbrooke's Road

One small house with three cars (one hidden) - despite having cycle and bus routes to Addenbrooke's and central Cambridge. What a waste.

This should be part of a 'strategic cycleway' through this new development.

Absolutely no attempt to complete the 'strategic cycleway' and link to the Clay Farm Community Garden

Absolutely no attempt to complete the 'strategic cycleway' between these two parts of the Clay Farm development.

Access to office development, Trumpington - this needs to be kept clear (cones to stop people driving through are not enough)

Access to office development, Trumpington - this needs to be kept clear.

Covered cycle parking at an office development, Trumpington

Covered cycle parking at an office development, Trumpington

Resurfaced and marked up for repainting.

This pothole has been filled, the ones around the corner on West Road have been marked up but left for later. Joined-up thinking?

Bullocks sheltering from the rain/watching the cyclists

Rush hour congestion on New Street, Cambridge. The motor vehicle storage on both sides of this street make it difficult for cycles to pass the queueing traffic in either direction. Note: this section of the street is two-way for all t ... [more]

Flooding reported at: https://highwaysreporting.cambridgeshire.gov.uk?id=00367924. Reference: 00367924 Date reported: 04/05/2021 Fault type: Flooding Address: MILL ROAD, CAMBRIDGE Location: Outside coop Mill Road Cambridge Descri ... [more]

I think there's a camera up there to monitor use of the bridge.

Car stopped in the junction to use the phone, as far as I could tell....

This pothole never really goes away (see #20469, #80314, #107251) but it's particularly bad at the moment, and the county is ignoring requests for it to be fixed.

The Coton M11 bridge has finally reopened, and the Coton Path seems to have been rebuilt the whole way from the bridge to Coton.

The Coton M11 bridge has finally reopened, with new surfacing on either side (but not on the bridge itself).

The Coton M11 bridge has finally reopened, with new surfacing on either side (but not on the bridge itself).

The Coton M11 bridge has finally reopened, with new surfacing on either side (but not on the bridge itself).

The Coton M11 bridge has finally reopened, with new surfacing on either side (but not on the bridge itself).

The Coton M11 bridge has finally reopened, with new surfacing on either side (but not on the bridge itself).

The Coton M11 bridge has finally reopened, with new surfacing on either side (but not on the bridge itself).

Poor stretch of path between the West Cambridge site and the Coton M11 bridge

Shopping at Sainsbury's with an old Ofo bike without a pannier rack

New crossing island at the west end of the shared-use path on the south side of Madingley Road, Cambridge.

Student housing, I think, with lots of bikes needing secure parking (and an unused ringbolt)

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