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A nice wide shared-use route becomes a narrow footway once it's met the road here.

No Entry Except Buses - no mention of bikes at this rising bollard, but thankfully they're using it anyway.

I thought these dreadful barriers were supposed to have been removed a few days ago? But at least they are now fitted with reflective tape.

Apart from wheelchair users, I can't see anyone much taking this lengthy diversion.

More cycle parking at River Lane student accommodation.

Double decker covered cycle parking at River Lane student accommodation.

The red truck is stopped in the mandatory cycle lane with hazard lights on and no sign of the driver - this is a notorious location for obstructions.

Resurfacing on Parker's Piece

Resurfacing on Parker's Piece

Wheelbender slots recently replaced with Sheffield stands

Well used racks near the Khang's Fish and Chips, Wulfstan Way

Link to the Addenbrooke's-Trumpington cycle route

Not a totally car-dominated development then.

Junction of cycle routes in Clay Farm, Trumpington

New link in Clay Farm, Trumpington

End of cycleway from the Fawcett Primary School to Clay Farm

Cycleway from Clay Farm to the Fawcett Primary School, Trumpington

Cycleway from the Fawcett Primary School to Clay Farm

More covered cycle parking at the Fawcett Primary School, Cambridge

Lots of covered cycle parking at the Fawcett Primary School, Trumpington

Start of cycleway from the Fawcett Primary School to Clay Farm

Cycling on the footway, as predicted, because the cycle gap in the new King's Parade security barrier can barely cope with traffic in one direction, let alone two (thanks to Lucinda Price).

The King's Parade security gate is now in use, with delivery vehicles stopping to carry goods through (thanks to Lucinda Price).

The King's Parade security gate is now in use, with cars having to turn around at the junction with Bene't Street, which is closed for utility works (thanks to Lucinda Price).

The King's Parade security gate is now in use, with a steady flow of cyclists through the single two-way gap (thanks to Lucinda Price).

The King's Parade security gate is now in use, with cycle markings and other signage in place (but they need to get rid of that white arrow to the right) - thanks to Lucinda Price.

I’m on King’s Parade in Cambridge again for the fourth day running as councillors have again said they are due to close the new anti-terror barrier today. The road is very busy with cyclists at the moment. https://t.co/rtB8bWUk2m

Counting cycle and motor traffic at the location of a new obstruction on the busway cycleway at the Biomedical Campus, Addenbrooke's, Cambridge, UK. I am pictured using the four bank handheld counter which is shown at #112987.

Design fail: When there's a bus waiting at the rising bollard / traffic signal the exit from this cycle slipway is blocked.

Transition: the introduction of a barrier on King’s Parade, Cambridge, means that all motor traffic is excluded between 9:30am and 7pm daily.

King’s Parade, Cambridge, UK Alan measured a 1.2 metre gap here.

King’s Parade, Cambridge, UK

King’s Parade, Cambridge, UK Alan measured this gap at 1.3metres.

King’s Parade, Cambridge, UK

King’s Parade, Cambridge, UK

King’s Parade, Cambridge, UK

Cargo bike parking.

Busway cycleway near where there was a fatality about eighteen months earlier.

Busway Junction

Tight chicane

Buses waiting at the rising bollard block this access to the road.

Design fail: While buses wait for the rising bollard to drop, the backend of the bus partially blocks the carriageway.

Counting point The screen line goes from where the camera is standing to the tree in the centre in the distance - the one closest to the H in PAPWORTH. Traffic passing the screen line from right to left was counted as northbound, othe ... [more]

Temporary two-way traffic on Corn Exchange St due to utility works on Bene't St

Cycle parking partly replaced by disabled car parking, to replace that beyond the new King's Parade security barrier.

Cycle parking partly replaced by disabled car parking, to replace that beyond the new King's Parade security barrier.

How to stop the traffic - a new disabled parking bay opposite an existing loading area.

Utility works on Bene't St (and a motorbike in the cycle parking)

Utility works on Bene't St

Temporary version of the new security gate that Cambridge has been forced to install on King's Parade. One very narrow gap for a lot of cyclists when the gate is closed.

Temporary version of the new security gate that Cambridge has been forced to install on King's Parade. One very narrow gap for a lot of cyclists when the gate is closed.

Temporary version of the new security gate that Cambridge has been forced to install on King's Parade. One very narrow gap for a lot of cyclists when the gate is closed.

Temporary version of the new security gate that Cambridge has been forced to install on King's Parade. One very narrow gap for a lot of cyclists when the gate is closed.

Scooter and glove parking by the bike racks at Cambridge Botanical Garden.

Covered cycle parking at a redevelopment in Catharine Street, Romsey, Cambridge

Much-needed new cycle parking

Betjeman House cycle parking

Betjeman House cycle parking

Botanic House cycle parking

Botanic House cycle parking

Botanic House cycle parking

Miniature art in Sussex Street, Cambridge. @dinky_doors

Brand new development, just finished this past year. What's missing? The damn dropped kerb! What the hell, @CambsCC @camcitco? This is why I have to be picky about the hardworks plans when I look over planning apps. Even though I'm a ... [more]

There was once some nice big hoops here (see #35944), now unfriendly signs and wheelbenders 😱

Mobikes wait in anticipation of a customer.

High low cycle racks still doing their job seventeen years after they were installed.

Cambridge retail park A rising bollard in the car park has been removed in defiance of the planning regulations and the retail park has applied for retropsective permission to make that permanent. I think that will lead to it being used ... [more]

Park Street cycle park mural. The multi-storey car park is to replaced with an hotel, most of the cycle parking capacity will be retained. See also #33333.

King Street cycle parking - it's build over a drain cover so there's space for bikes to park not against a stand.

King Street cycle parking.

King Street cycle parking.

Wittgenstein “not deceiving yourself is the hardest thing of all”

Messy bike parking - the white bike looks like it has been used once and has been abandoned on these racks for about three weeks. For more info see: https://www.camcycle.org.uk/newsletters/145/nl145.pdf Page 22

Cycle parking at Ronald Rolph court, an area of small businesses.

Chisholm Trail construction

Engineering department cycle parking.

Engineering department cycle parking.

Four cycle parking spaces on two nappy pin racks at the back of an hotel in Chesterton.

The works to upgrade paths on Parker’s Piece look very incomplete.

Irony - the sticker on the leaning bike rack asks: Have you locked your bike correctly?

Hatching on Station Road warning of potential dooring.

The gap is exactly 1.5 metres between the edge of the barrier and the base of the bollard.

Cyclists burn off the frost early on the Riverside bridge, Cambridge.

A small amount of cycle parking at the North Pole temporary ice rink on Parker’s Piece.

The Coton path, which is useful but too narrow.

Fabulously energetic campaign firmly opposing buses on Adams Road, Cambridge. Those links: W chng.it/2KDZGNxMYq 🐦@SaveCycleRoute https://twitter.com/SaveCycleRoute F Save Your Cycle Route https://www.facebook.com/saveyourcyc ... [more]

Cycle parking (nappy pin style) and bollards outside Hurst Park dental practice.

Pedestrians squeeze through the bollards restricted by pram arms on the left, and a much improved cycle route on the right.

Much improved route from the end of Leys Avenue into the Arbury Court area.

Improved shared use path compared to 16 years previously: #4117.

Cambridge Station square as viewed from the first floor of the hotel cafe complex.

Another Cyclists Dismount sign on Station Road, Cambridge - not currently operational, of course.

Cyclists Dismount sign - presumably because cars might be moving....

Welcome resurfacing at the entry to Cambridge's main cycle park.

The cycle maps in Cambridge's main cycle park are dated 2008. I'm sure it was agreed that City Rangers would post new maps when they were published by the council, but that seems to have fallen through the cracks.

No idea what this sign is doing here - as the painted marking makes clear, this is a shared-use cycle route.

Short-term/visitors' parking, presumably, at the new St Edmund's College student accommodation.

Cycle parking at new St Edmund's College student accommodation.

Bikes on the footway.

Bikes on the footway.

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