Donate using PayPal

Tags: cambridge

You may also be interested in the automatic categorisation listings and themed galleries.

This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Link between the new development at Clara Rackham Street and Cavendish Place, Romsey, Cambridge.

Electric vehicle charging point on Riverside

A Dinky Doors street art outside the now closed OpenAir shop on Green Street, Cambridge.

Missing bollards This photo was used to file a report with highways reporitng.

Missing rack at these stands in Thoday Street. This photo was used to file a report with highways reporitng.

The rack is still missing here, see #177377.

Cracked surfacing to cycle path. Coton path bridge across the M11. West sound. This path is a disgrace, it was closed for 2 years in order to re-surface the bridge approach ramps and this is the state of them less than a year later. Easily ... [more]

Cracked surfacing to cycle path. Coton path bridge across the M11. This path is a disgrace, it was closed for 2 years in order to re-surface the bridge approach ramps and this is the state of them less than a year later. Easily wide enough ... [more]

Cambridge’s Princess of Wales memorial garden on the XXVth anniversary.

Dissembling the planets on Midsummer Common. The outermost planets Pluto, Neptune and Uranus are being dis-assembled first. See #185786.

Venus See #185786.

Earth and The Moon on the Our Place in Space art installation.

Mercury on the Our Place In Space art installation.

An event to mark the end of the Our Place In Space art installation.

Jupiter on the Our Place In Space art installation.

Mars on the Our Place In Space art on Midsummer Common during a #CamRideHome.

A samba band plays at the end of a family friendly bike ride from Midsummer Common to the Abbey Chesterton bridge.

August 2022 solar system scaled to fit Cambridge. See #185786.

The newly resurfaced foot/cycle link between Trumpington and the guided busway, where it crosses Hobson's Brook.

Junction of newly resurfaced foot/cycle link from Trumpington with the guided busway.

Projected orbits of the Our Place In Space model of the solar system in Cambridge, August 2022. These orbits are based on the distance between the sun on Midsummer Common and Saturn by the Chisholm Trail bridge at #185175. That distan ... [more]

A new concept in city travel being presented to Cambridge Cycling Campaign's monthly meeting in May 2018.

James Woodburn tries out a citipod bike as presented to Cambridge Cycling Campaign monthly meeting in May 2018.

Clara Rackham Street, Cambridge

Link between Cavendish Place and Clara Rackham Street on the new development off Cromwell Road, Cambridge has opened today, 11 August 2022. There are temporary barriers in place because there are not yet any bollards, but it is possible ... [more]

Link between Cavendish Place and Clara Rackham Street on the new development off Cromwell Road, Cambridge has opened today, 11 August 2022. There are temporary barriers in place because there are not yet any bollards, but it is possible ... [more]

Link between Cavendish Place and Clara Rackham Street on the new development off Cromwell Road, Cambridge has opened today, 11 August 2022. There are temporary barriers in place because there are not yet any bollards, but it is possible ... [more]

Link between Cavendish Place and Clara Rackham Street on the new development off Cromwell Road, Cambridge has opened today, 11 August 2022. There are temporary barriers in place because there are not yet any bollards, but it is possible ... [more]

[Image taken in 2018] Queen Anne Terrace car park, Gonville Place, Cambridge CB1. [NOTE: No street view in this location] This cycle parking space is with others in the Queen Anne Terrace car park (https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/queen-anne-te ... [more]

Temporary (July-August 2022) obstruction on the Chisholm Trail

Temporary (July-August 2022) obstruction on the Chisholm Trail

No Cycles To Be Parked Cambridge Station 1992 Patrick Forman Life through the Lens At an exhibition in Michaelhouse 21 July 2022

The temperature at the summit of the Carter Bridge was 44.0°C as measured by a domestic device.

Carter Bridge #Cambridge 41.5°C just outside the entrance, peaking at 44°C at the summit. https://t.co/miT4ne4vdG (Actually the measurement was 41.0°C just outside the entrance, not 41.5 as I said in the tweet.)

Nice bit of parking this morning forcing me to go head on with oncoming traffic or stop. I chose to stop, hence the photo. I guess this is a regular delivery so it would be good to hear your opinion please @CambsCops @camcycle @camcitco ... [more]

Travis Perkins/Islamic Centre racks on Devonshire Road.

Why, @CambsCC, does electric car infrastructure have to take up pavement rather than road space? And @alexandrabulat, how is this compatible with the Riverside promenade vision? https://t.co/ocOpWJVRp9

New link from the busway and the Biomedical Campus

New link to the busway and Biomedical Campus

New cut-through parallel to the busway route

Awkwardly placed gate and well-used desire-line route to Trumpington Community College

Someone thought it was worthwhile designating a few metres of this narrow path as shared use. Not fit for purpose.

Extra strengthening bars have been welded to the cattle grids on the Chisholm Trail.

Bickerton folding bikes parked outside a 'health food' shop.

CamRideHome monthly Cambridge bike ride event.

Bent cycle racks opposite the Fitzwilliam Museum on Trumpington Street, Cambridge.

Flooded - due to blocked drain on the cycleway at this bus stop bypass.

Press the button and look back to read when the display changes. A new crossing at the turn into Worts Causeway from Babraham Road.

A new crossing at the turn into Worts Causeway from Babraham Road.

Voi ebikes and escooters at this important intersection on Cambridge's cycle network.

Nightingale Avenue, Low Traffic Neighbourhood. The right hand side of the road is full of stored motor vehicles. There's a double yellow line there but it was overpainted with black but the black has worn out in places. See #150668. A ... [more]

Purbeck Road, Cambridge Lined with bollards, presumably to prevent motor vehicles being driven onto the footway. The alcove on the right is marked out with an OFO symbol - for the abandoned ofo bike scheme.

Double trouble on Bateman Street, with a cyclist approaching in the contraflow cycle lane, about to move out in the face of oncoming motor vehicles. Will we ever have wands or other segregation here?

Zombie apocalypse? End of university term? I've never seen these racks so empty.

Even in the centre of Cambridge there are still Dead End signs without an Except Cyclists plate - incredible.

Closed route due to setting up the Big Weekend on Parker's Piece, Cambridge

Cycle parking needed at the entry to Grantchester Meadows

The students are leaving Cambridge today, so there are lots of 4WDs outside the colleges - and some cycle parking spaces!

Lots of ebikes and escooters at this cycle network node.

Biomedical Campus Cycle Hub

Abandoned lock tags added by Cambridge City Council. To avoid the locks being cut and taken away the owner should remove the tags by the given date.

“None shall pass”

Because it's Cambridge....

Abandoned bike Reported at: https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/report-an-abandoned-or-missing-bike Tyres flat and covered in cobwebs, but otherwise looks all there.

Come right in and cycle into @Metro_Bank Cambridge. Ty. More trips by bike = less pollution (good for climate), more physical activity (better health) and greater visibility of more cyclists (safer travel for all) @camcycle https://t.co/l7 ... [more]

Definitely time to strim the nettles

Definitely time to strim the nettles

The concrete barriers have been replaced by nice planters, but the sign still calls this an experimental closure.

Two decent sets of well spaced Sheffield stands at the new King's College Passivhaus development. I assume there will be secure covered parking as well.

New shared space opposite the Cavendish III lab.

New cycleway - part of the Cavendish III scheme?

The cycleway doesn't so much finish as revert to shared-use for a spell, for some reason.

Crossing to new cycleway - part of the Cavendish III scheme?

Maybe the University of Cambridge is replacing its cycle stands, as well as the busway?

Maybe the 1960s (?) architects were worried about rising sea levels, but surely they could have put in a ramp?

I reported this on the county highways web form in February - 'It's a hole that you occasionally fix but it keeps coming back, perhaps because vehicles are turning. Please do it properly!' and received a reply in June - 'We are pleased to ... [more]

Not sure what's going on, but I've never seen so much obstructive car parking on the footway here.

Cycle parking on the Ironworks development - dropped kerb needed

The Ironworks development - swamped with cars already

Covered cycle parking at DFS on Newmarket Rd, as well as the 2 sets of stands at the other end - surprisingly good provision

2 of the 3 sets of cycle stands at DFS on Newmarket Rd - surprisingly good provision

Art work in the Chisholm Trail/Newmarket Road underpass

Cycle parking on the Ironworks development, and a broken light

Cycle parking and modal filter at the northern access to the Ironworks development

Cycle parking on the Ironworks development

New residential building with just two cycle stands

Shouldn't this sign show segregated pedestrian and cycle paths rather than a general cycleway sign? The 20 mph limit applies to the road, of course.

Not yet finished... the Chisholm Trail bridge over the Cam

Charging point for electric taxis on Station Road, Cambridge

New tree planting, with the contraflow cycle lane taking an arbitrary detour around it that I suspect neither cyclists nor drivers will respect properly.

New tree planting, with the contraflow cycle lane taking an arbitrary detour around it that I suspect neither cyclists nor drivers will respect properly.

New cycleway parallel to JJ Thomson Avenue, West Cambridge site

New cycleway parallel to JJ Thomson Avenue, West Cambridge site

Awkward cycle parking in the underground garage at Clare Hall (where cyclists are supposed to dismount, but there isn't even a speed limit for cars) - also space for cargo bikes etc just to the left.

On-street cycle parking needed - one car space could give safe storage for all these bikes.

Not easy to see, but one sign reads Roadworks from 27/4 for 4 days, the other reads Roadworks from 29/4 for 3 days - and they're both still there well into May.

Cavendish Road - with raised horizon from the new development at the former Ridgeon's site. E.g. compare with #57084

What on earth is this @CambsCC? You say you want to adopt LTN 1/20 and then you go and ruin one of Cambridge’s best cut-throughs! Good luck to trailers and cargo bikes trying to get through this 😢 @alexbeckett @HilCoxCondron can ... [more]

Arbury Road

What I kept telling councillors and officers was one of the most abused ASLs in Cambridge has been repainted at last, along with the whole junction.

We welcome your feedback, especially to report bugs or give us route feedback.

My comments relate to: *






Your comments: *
URL of page: * https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/photomap/tags/cambridge/
How did you find out about CycleStreets?:
Your name:
Our ref: Please leave blank - anti-spam measure

* Items marked with an asterisk [*] are required fields and must be fully completed.