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Conceptual cross-section for Chesterton Road with protected cycleway, separate footway, and an avenue of trees in planted grass verges.

A raised speed table would have been better, but a flush kerb and a speed bump to slow cars at the blind corner are an improvement over what was on the approved plans (as #16990). See #19487 and #19486.

Maybe pedestrians need their own campaign...? The elderly will have to wheel up and down the kerb to get to the care home...

Had a raised speed table been installed, pedestrians on the opposite side (natural line to the reception of the care home) would have received a better deal... Ref #19486 and #19487.

After some campaigning a dropped kerb away from the blind spot has been installed (see also #19486, close #19492 and a kerb for pedestrians #19491). A speed bump has also been added at the entrance / blind spot. The hedge has been trimmed a ... [more]

After intervention a dropped kerb away from the blind spot has been installed, see also #19487 and #19492. A speed bump has also been added at the entrance / blind spot. The hedge has been trimmed and a fence added.

Shiny new kerb at Hawkins Road (nr former Rees Thomas School) but no dropped bit for the cyclepath to Downhams Lane. (There was one before, as seen from the opposite side #4971): See also #16688, #16689 and #16751 . Due to zero visibility ... [more]

New red-mac applied on the cyclepath between Downhams Lane and Hawkins Road (CB4 2QU) at the former former Rees Thomas School. The kerb was planned with NO DROP for cyclists to join Hawkins Road as can be seen from the opposite direction: # ... [more]

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