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A very useful triangle of tarmac makes this route a little bit more pleasant.

Babraham Road / Granhams Road junction.

Cycleway to Shelford

Arbury Road cycleway

Bus stop built into the cycleway on Arbury Road.

Warning signs about the combined cycle and pedestrian crossing.

Raised table on Arbury Road.

Arbury Road cycleway

Arbury Road cycleway

Arbury Road, Cambridge with an almost two metre wide cycleway.

Nice looking cycleway here - but follow it and it gives up near the junction ahead. Also that sign on the left has the transport modes the wrong way round (but at least it is off the path).

Hills Road cycleway

See clip here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gorQ0i0mPbk @Panther_Taxis Dropping Off in ‪#‎Hills‬ ‪#‎Road‬ ‪#‎Segregated‬ ‪#‎Cycleway‬ ‪#‎Cambridge‬. A less than impressive display by a Panther Taxi driver ... [more]

Signage on the cycle route through Fawcett school not very clear (and it really should be in a school!) and now out of date after recent developments. I do appreciate the desire to avoid putting up new signs and posts, but these two mis ... [more]

The cyclepath has been very poorly redeveloped. It's now much too narrow to take both people riding and walking. This is especially problematic when the school is letting pupils out. Note added by Simon 31 Oct 2019: the gate seen on both ... [more]

On-pavement cycleway passes behind bus shelter

A bus stop on Milton Road by a pavement cycleway at the junction with Downham's Lane. See also #59218.

A bus stop on Milton Road by a pavement cycleway at the junction with Downham's Lane. See also #59217.

A bus stop on Milton Road by a pavement cycleway. See also #59216,

A bus stop on Milton Road by a two-way pavement cycleway. See also #59219.

Barton Road cycleway passes directly behind a bus stop. This arrangement is very similar to that proposed for the 'floating' bus stops on Huntingdon Road and Hills Road.

Barton Road cycleway passes directly behind a bus stop. This arrangement is very similar to that proposed for the 'floating' bus stops on Huntingdon Road and Hills Road.

Barton Road cycleway passes directly behind a bus stop. This arrangement is very similar to that proposed for the 'floating' bus stops on Huntingdon Road and Hills Road.

Barton Road cycleway passes directly behind a bus stop. This arrangement is very similar to that proposed for the 'floating' bus stops on Huntingdon Road and Hills Road.

Pavement cycleway passing behind a bus stop on Barton Road in Cambridge. See other examples of cycleways behind bus stops: http://cycle.st/p59203,59202,55586,58981,50601,50608,50103,50623

Pavement cycleway passing behind an island bus stop shelter on Barton Road in Cambridge. See other examples of cycleways behind bus stops: http://cycle.st/p59204,59202,55586,58981,50601,50608,50103,50623

The southbound redmac cyclelane on Trumpington Road is in poor state and it is narrow: here it is only 40" / 102cm.

The southbound redmac cyclelane on Trumpington Road, near the junction with Brooklands Avenue is narrow: only 46" / 117cm.

A confident cyclist on Hills Road, between Queen Edith's Way and the Addenbrooke's Roundabout trying to access the pedestrian and cycle access to the hospital.

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57468.

Cyclists on Hills Road, crossing Long Road and Queen Ediths way in direction of Addenbrooke's Hospital. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Cyclists on Hills Road, crossing Long Road and Queen Ediths way in direction of Addenbrooke's Hospital. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Cyclists climbing a hill on Hills Road, at the junction with Long Road near Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. Most cyclists turn right at this junction and they need to be confident enough to position themselves in the right hand side la ... [more]

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Many commuter cyclists tightly packed at the ASL on Hills Road, in front of a coach and a double decker bus. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which ... [more]

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57468.

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57470

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57469

Cyclists on Hills Road, crossing Long Road and Queen Ediths way in direction of Addenbrooke's Hospital. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Cyclist in the advanced stop box at the Hills Road Long Road junction, watching out for motor vehicles. The junction is very hostile for cyclists and there are no filter lanes to the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by ca ... [more]

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. This is a very busy junction, see also #57462

Cambridge Cycling Campaign giving out postcards directed to Cambridgeshire County Council in support of the Hills Road hybrid cycle lane scheme.

A three seater bike ideal for the carrying also a children's bike.

The Campaign's stall bike at the Addenbrookes pedestrian and cycle entrance on Hills Road. Campaigning in support of the Hills Road cycle lanes.

Stall Bike on Hills Road at Addenbrooke's Hospital. Location: Trumpington, Cambridge (England, United Kingdom)

At the junction where traffic from Oxford Road tries to join Huntingdon Road an overgrown hedge and much street furniture obscures the view. SDee also #57364

Massively overgrown hedge obstructs view for drivers when leaving Oxford Road onto Huntingdon Road, specially the cycle lane is obscured. Hedge needs to be trimmed back to the highway's boundary. See also #57363

Massively overgrown hedge obstructs view for drivers when leaving Oxford Road onto Huntingdon Road, specially the cycle lane is obscured. Hedge needs to be trimmed back to the highway's boundary. See also #57362

Massively overgrown hedge obstructs view for drivers when leaving Oxford Road onto Huntingdon Road, specially the cycle lane is obscured. Hedge needs to be trimmed back to the highway's boundary. See also #57361

The massively overgrown hedge looks nice around the street sign, but it is eating up most of the footway and also makes it difficult for drivers leaving "Downham's Lane" to see cyclists approaching from the left. See also #57360 with car.

A massively overgrown hedge not only eliminates most of the footway, it also makes it difficult to see cyclists approaching from the left of the driver in the orange Ford Focus. See also #57361 without car.

Cycle drawn right in front of a dark bollard without reflector or warning (reported to CambsCC with ref 2823500). A reminder of how things are done generally, on this otherwise excellent link for pedestrians and cyclists between Hawkins Roa ... [more]

Short-cut between Woodhead Drive in West Chesterton and Hawkins Road in Kings Hedges. See also #54726

Some of the best cycleways in Cambridge happen by chance, like this section of Downhams Lane, which is cut off for motorised through traffic and links Kings Hedges with Chesterton. See also #54725

August 2013 "Castle Independent" newsletter from Cllr John Hipkin. Text: Dutch style cycleways on the Huntingdon Road? Cambridgeshire County Council has been successful in getting £4.1 million of funding as part of the Department ... [more]

I was trying to use this back route to avoid cars and get through on a longer journey. This threw me for about 5 minutes. Had to stop, look around, check the map, then wander (in wonder!) along speculatively until I spotted the right way ... [more]

Access to the "Great Kneighton Cyclebahn" near Trumpington Meadows. Barratt Homes sales agent recommended using the guided bus to the railway station or cycling the car route (Trumpington Road, Long Road), apparently unaware of the 2 1/4 mi ... [more]

The "buses only" would be the direct route for cyclists coming from Hauxton or the Addenbrooke's Access Road to the bus stop at the P&R, Trumpington Meadows and the Great Kneighton Cyclebahn. But cyclists were not considered.

Sign post to city centre and Hauxton at the southern fringe. The road layout has many mistakes and is very unfriendly: Interrupted pavement cycle way ("no entry"), anti pedestrian surfaces, staged crossings with fences. See http://iitm.be/N ... [more]

Pavement ends, now join the 40mph Addenbrookes Access Road.

Modern British road design at Great Kneighton (2,400 dwellings), Glebe Farm and Trumpington Meadows (1,350 dwellings). The kind of intersection that you wouldn't want your child to cycle through: http://iitm.be/NewDevSaf

abode development building 306 dwellings at Great Kneighton. Addenbrooke’s Road, Trumpington, Cambridge, CB2 9AS. The giratory is not cyclefriendly, but eventually this development will gain access to the "the Great Kneighton cyclebahn n ... [more]

A modern British crossings design between the future Hauxton path (and the primary school in Trumpington Meadows) to the west and Great Kneighton and the Addenbrookes access road to the east of the A10. A staged crossing with lots of fences ... [more]

As seen from the junction in #49427 it is unclear where the northbound cyclists are supposed to come from.

This offstreet, redmac cycleway looks like a one-way cycletrack, no way to reach the city centre bound track starting less than a hundred yards away. Pedestrians have the choice between the lawn and the anti-walking surface. This new layout ... [more]

According to Countryside Properties cycling falls under playing (see billboard). Looking at the cycleways leading to town (or lack of them) cycling will be renegated to "playing". This indicates a one way cycleway, the northbound offstreet ... [more]

Coming from the Shelfords or the Addenbrookes gutter cyclists can use the lane in #49351 to cross the left turn lane and reach the ASL. Though they can reach the pavement cycleway on the other side. See next #49355.

A short, redmac layby. Not sure why. It may be to help cyclists find their way from the gutter to the right turn ASL leading onto the A10. See next #49353.

Hills Road Bridge cycle lanes as seen from "The Marque" (courtesy of "VINCI Construction plc"). See also video http://iitm.be/HillsASL and picture #49074

Hills Road Bridge cycle lanes as seen from "The Marque" (courtesy of "VINCI Construction plc"). See also video http://iitm.be/HillsASL and picture #49073

Hills Road junction with Cherry Hinton Road. See also #49071 and video http://iitm.be/HillsASL

Cyclists on Hills Road crossing Cherry Hinton Road in the morning rush. See also #49065 as cyclists assemble to wait in the redmac advanced stop box. The previous picture in this series #49061.

Cyclists waiting in the redmac advanced stop box on Hills Road as the lights turn green. See also #49069 when crossing Cherry Hinton Road.

Cyclists in the redmac advanced stop box on Hills Road just before the lights turn green. See also #49068 when setting off.

Cyclists waiting in the redmac advanced stop box on Hills Road just before the lights turn green. See also #49067 when setting off.

Cyclists assembling to wait in the redmac advanced stop box on Hills Road. The motorcyclist is stopping just behind the line. See also #49066 just before set-off.

Cyclists waiting in the redmac advanced stop box on Hills Road Bridge in the morning rush. See also #49063.

Redmac Cycle lanes and advanced stopbox on Hills Road Bridge as seen from "The Marque". See also #49062. Note that the "professional" driver in the black VW Passat Taxi with license 1017 and number plates RK09 PYX did pass the stop line du ... [more]

Redmac Cycle lanes over Hills Road Bridge as seen from "The Marque". See also #49061.

Redmac Cycle lanes and advanced stopline on Hills Road Bridge as seen from "The Marque". See also video #49053.

Cyclist turning from Hills Road Bridge into Cherry Hinton Road undertaking an HGV. Not a satisfactory layout. See also http://youtu.be/-LP_ONowZjk

Hills Road bridge cycle lanes in the morning rush. See also video #49053 of the cycle lanes and http://iitm.be/HillsASL - taken from scaffoldings courtesy of VINCI Construction plc.

In the fourth picture the inconsiderate driver of a dark VW van with registration plate FY60 TXA is moving away from the cyclist on the redmac MCL and back into the lane with the two cyclists who are correctly positioned to turn into Cherry ... [more]

Does the inconsiderate driver of a dark VW van with number plates FY60 TXA know that he is about to crash into a female cyclist in a redmac mandatory cycle lane. Is he aware that he is crossing a continuous white line? See also #49057.

The inconsiderate driver of a dark VW van with number plates FY60 TXA in an unsuccesful attempt to shave seconds of his journey time by overtaking the two cyclists who are correctly positioned to turn into Cherry Hinton Road. To overtake he ... [more]

Redmac cycle lanes on Hills Road Bridge. The inconsiderate driver of a dark VW van with number plates FY60 TXA is unsuccesfully attempting to shave seconda of his journey by overtaking the two cyclists who are correctly positioned to turn i ... [more]

Video of the cycle lanes on Hills Road bridge during the morning rush Bridge. See also HD video http://iitm.be/HillsASL - taken from scaffoldings on The Marque building site (courtesy of VINCI Construction plc).

Cyclists on Long Road bridge crossing the Great Kneighton Cyclebahn to Trumpington and Addenbrookes Hospital. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49028.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Trumpington. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49026.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Trumpington. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49024.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Trumpington. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49023.

Great Kneighton Cyclebahn.

Advenced Stop line for bicycles on Hills Road, junction with Brooklands Avenue. See also #48878.

Gazelle Cabby cargo bike on Hills Road bridge. See also #48874.

Cyclists in the morning rush on Hills Road Bridge in Cambridge, April 2013. See also #48872.

Cyclists in the morning rush on Hills Road Bridge in Cambridge, April 2013. See also #48871.

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