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Random annoying Cyclists Dismount sign, right next to a cycleway

Cyclists Dismount sign where an improved cycleway/greenway is being constructed.

Alternating traffic flows through roadworks - very long phases, and no real provision for pedestrians and cyclists crossing the road - just wait till the cars stop and rush across. But it looks as if there'll be a better cycleway when it's … [more]

Short asphalted diversion for construction of Cambridge South station, with the inevitable Cyclists Dismount sign - no-one does unless there's a crowd of pedestrians there.

Cyclists Dismount sign at the start of roadworks on Barton Road, Newnham - this section of Grantchester Street has been closed to allow the use of two-way rather than three-way temporary lights, and as a storage compound .

Cyclists Dismount sign at the start of roadworks on Barton Road, Newnham, where space has been taken from the road to provide more space for cyclists and pedestrians, as well as a new crossing (presumably part of the Greenways project). PS … [more]

Repair works being undertaken by Cambridge Water. Looking at how much of the road ahead has actually been taken up with these roadworks (roughly half) I'm at a loss, once again, to understand why it is that cyclists are asked to dismount.

I thought Cambridgeshire had weaned its contractors off this kind of insanity, but clearly not. In what way would pushing bikes through the junction help anyone? Particularly bad because it only applies to the right-hand lane - traffic … [more]

Round signs saying: Cyclists dismount One-way system

@camcycle Tenison Road now. The message about that signage still not getting through to contractors https://t.co/x2ok5nDNJX

I really hoped that contractors had been told to destroy all these awful Cyclists Dismount signs, but no, here's another one. Unacceptable!

I think this means that pedestrians and cyclists are sharing the same space for about ten metres - but it shouldn't be necessary to dismount.

This sign does not appear to be associated with any works and no similar signs are encountered when approaching from the opposite direction.

These signs do not appear to be associated with any works and no similar signs are encountered when approaching from the opposite direction. Reported at: https://highwaysreporting.cambridgeshire.gov.uk?id=00358333 Thursday 28 Jan: I was … [more]

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

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

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

Let academic brainstorming by West Cambridge Lake not be disturbed by cyclists.

Yet another unnecessary Cyclists Dismount sign - the contraflow cycle lane ends and there's a shared-use sign hidden under the tree ahead before cyclists join the road beyond.

Yet another annoying Cyclists Dismount sign. Why not some positive guidance instead?

A temporary pedestrian corridor during works to nearby buildings - with a cyclists dismount notice.

University now strongly discouraging cycling through the Hauser Forum, which was the main cycle access to this end of the West Cambridge Site from the south.

The stupidly narrow bridge between Sheep's Green and Coe Fen has reopened after renovation work. See just how useful it used to be: #1667. The annoying CYCLISTS DISMOUNT sign has also gone by 2016.

'Cyclists Dismount' - and only with a CUP pass. If there was a public route here it would be my ideal route to Addenbrooke's.

Just for once, the Cyclists Dismount signs are justified.

Annoying to see these one-way systems on this university site when two-way cycling could easily be accommodated. http://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/galleries/41/ Removed by January 2011 - see #28078.

Cavendish Laboratory, Physics of Medicine The no entry and cyclists dismount signs had been removed by 2011, see #28078

Work on the Carter Bridge - cyclists have little choice but to dismount.

Advisory 'Cyclists Dismount' sign just 20m short of the bike shed. Yes, that might happen. Removed by January 2011 - see #28078.

Signs near gas road works next to the Huntingdon Road/White House Lane junction.

Cyclists asked to dismount, but motor vehicles can drive into this school.

Zebra crossing and a footbridge, very popular cycle route but while cyclists are not strictly prohibited on the bridge they are asked to dismount. The signs read: ā†‘ City Centre šŸš² Then beneath that a sign that reads: NO CYCLING … [more]

Jesus Lock footbridge from Chesterton Road. It's not very clear but the tall post has: ā†‘ City Centre šŸš² Then beneath that a sign that reads: NO CYCLING CYCLISTS DISMOUNT and for good measure there's another CYCLISTS DISMOUNT sign … [more]

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