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New cycle contraflow sign following the installation of a modal filter on Panton St.

Panton Street, Cambridge

Panton Street, Cambridge Conflicting signage: one way arrows and a sign that shows contraflow cycling.

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge Note: there is lots of informal cycle parking against properties on this street (with mixed levels of security) and no official cycle parking stands on the street.

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Panton Street experimental traffic order allowing two-way cycling and prohibiting through motor traffic.

Panton Street the section beyond the junction with Saxon Street on the right is now two-way for all traffic. This is to allow access to the school and university car park. Before the junction Panton Street is one way towards the camera b ... [more]

Panton Street has an experimental traffic order changing this section to one-way except cycles.

Panton Street two-way for cycling at last (experimental order).

Cockburn Street contraflow signs

Contra flow cycling affirmed by this sign, but see #137443.

Nicely placed sharrow to get contra-flow cyclists riding well away from car doors. Compare #70403.

Argyle Street with new street cycle parking. Measurements from left to right accurate to 5cm: Left footway: 180cm Cycle lane: 165cm Carriageway between offside edge of white line and bollard: 265cm Offside edge of bollard to right ... [more]

Collier Road - with a contraflow cycle marking

Guest Road - two way for cycling and great to see that the whole width of the southbound lane has been used.

Collier Road - two-way for cycling.

Thoday Street contraflow cycle lane now marked.

Clare delighted that at last she can ride both ways in the street where she's been working for the last 30+ years.

New contraflow cycling markings on Union Road, Cambridge.

Is this a new sign over-ruling the No Entry marking because the road is now two-way for cycling? Very unclear.

There's no cycle contraflow on most of Coronation St - the new arrow may be to over-rule the No Entry marking to the right on Panton St because the road is now two-way for cycling? Very unclear.

The far western end of Coronation St is now two-way for cycling - improving connections to the new crossing to the fens and Newnham.

New contraflow markings on Norwich Street, Cambridge

New contraflow signage on Norwich Street, Cambridge

New contraflow markings on Norwich Street, Cambridge

Two way cycling now allowed on Union Road in Cambridge - handy! https://t.co/opxnoLhquP

New contraflow markings on Union St, Cambridge

New contraflow markings on Union St, Cambridge

Contraflow cycling Norwich Street, Cambridge Fantastic! Such a small, simple, but incredibly important breakthrough. No entry, except cycles... in the UK! Thank you to whoever is responsible.

Emery Street contraflow cycling.

Emery Street contraflow cycling.

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

Emery Street contraflow cycling.

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

Perowne Street contraflow cycling.

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

Perowne Street contraflow cycling.

Perowne Street contraflow cycling.

Perowne Street contraflow cycling.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Argyle Street, and a siamese-looking cat basking in one of the first really decent days of spring.

Sign showing contra-flow cycling at last!

Except cycles at last!

3/3. New contra flow cycling marking.

2/3. Filling in the contra flow cycling marking.

1/3. About to fill in the contra flow cycling marking.

Road marking to show that two way cycling is now permitted in Catharine Street.

Except cycles at last!

Unfinished markings on Thoday Street.

Except cycles at last!

Just seen this sign on leaving our house that two way cycling in Thoday Street is legal at last! Enjoy this gallery of other ones nearby: https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/photomap/tags/twowaycycling2018/ OSM updated: https://www.op ... [more]

Springfield Road with contra-flow sign.

Except cycles signs on Belgrave Road :-)

Contraflow cycling sign in Vinery Road - taken just as a helicopter has taken off from Romsey Recreation ground.

Illegally parked in cyclelane. Highway Code Rule 240 (backed up in law) You MUST NOT stop or park on a tram or cycle lane. http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_069860 And the 1988 Road Traffic Act, section 2 ... [more]

Illegally parked in contraflow cyclelane. Right opposite plenty of space to park legally.

Illegally parked in contraflow cyclelane. Right opposite plenty of space to park legally.

Van blocking contraflow cycle lane on Bateman Street. A daily occurrence for much of the year - certainly this last week, and most summers from July to October. There are, of course, parking spaces marked and vacant just across the road, b ... [more]

At last the one-way signs (see #64494) have been replaced with contraflow signs here in Cockburn Street. There are three in this shot, one on the left and two on the right - (one of them in the far distance partially obscured by a van). ... [more]

Contra-flow cycling in Sidney Street - the four southbound riders here are contravening traffic rules. But it is a very common behaviour that by-and-large goes unchallenged. There is occasional enforcement see: #58566.

Sign confirming that contraflow cycling is legitimate. While I was surveying these streets on my bike a driver shouted at me that this was a one way street.

Sign confirming that contraflow cycling is legitimate. It was at this corner that a driver shouted at me that this was a one way street.

Vinery Road has no entry with except cycles panes and there's a contraflow cycle lane. I cycled down there, and a car came round the corner and shouted at me that it was a one way street.

Belgrave Road - now two way for cycling - but the one way arrow sign remains - with nothing obvious here to remind drivers that oncoming cyclists are legitimate. In the far distance, on St. Philip's Road, there's a blue sign which offici ... [more]

The entrance to Belgrave Road from Mill Road. This street has recently been converted to permit contraflow cycling as shown by the sharrow in the foreground, but the one way arrow remains in the background.

Hope Street now have no entry signs with except cycles, both sides see #70497.

Hope Street now have no entry signs with except cycles, both sides see #70498.

Garden Walk - with 'Except cycles' subpanels on the no entry signs, and a sharrow.

Springfield Road with an 'Except cycles' subpanel on only one of the two 'No Entry' signs, and there's a sharrow.

King Street - the no entry signs have no cycling exception but there is a bypass lane.

Malcolm Street - no entry except cycles.

Sidney Street is still signed as no entry, although the bypass lane at left remains.

Fitzwilliam Street no entry except cycles and a sharrow.

Sharrows on St. Andrew's Street buy just about enough space from the buses if you're confident enough to face them off.

Stockwell Street

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Trafalgar Street - now two-way for cycling.

Trafalgar Street now two-way for bikes.

A sharrow at the end of Trafalgar Street, where it meets Trafalgar Road marks it as two way for bikes.

No! - This is not a good place to put a sharrow :-) It can be done better, see: #104199.

The arbitrary point along Garden Walk where motor vehicles switch from being parked on the western to the eastern side of the road.

The southern end of Garden Walk at its junction with Victoria Road.

Cockburn Street progress - but the contraflow lane pipes cyclists into parked motor vehicles. See an earlier image at #39536.

Garden Walk facing north at about the point where the cars are parked on the western side. From here onwards there are no cycle markings on the ground to remind motorists to expect oncoming cyclists.

Garden Walk facing north near the Victoria Road end where the cars are parked on the eastern side. There are road markings reminding drivers to expect contraflow cyclists.

This is a view of Garden Walk looking towards Victoria Road. This is a two way street - but only cycles can enter the street from Victoria Road. On the part of the street where the motor vehicles are stored on the West Side there are no ... [more]

Two things to note: 1. Cycle marking sharrow directing into a parked car! 2. The signs on the lighting column are facing the wrong way.

"Except Cycles" and painted road signage for contraflow at the end of Ross Street. I am glad for all of the updated signage as it has been very confusing for the past few weeks.

Contraflow road markings and "Except cycles" signage at the end of Ross street.

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