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Ascham Road

Mill Road junction with Hemingford Road and Coleridge Road.

Arbury Road turn into Mere Way with the new cycleway visible on the right.

Deliveroo rider takes his opportunity to get past our group of sedate #CamRideHome riders.

Hemingford Road

New contraflow markings on Union St, Cambridge

New contraflow markings on Union St, Cambridge

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

This should be a through route for cycling (ideally with a link across St Matthew's Piece from York St), if anyone at the city council or Anglia Ruskin University had actually thought about the clousre at the far end.

Badly installed cycle parking at a recent development on Catharine Street.

St. Philip's Road - lack of cycle parking. Perhaps could put some by that double yellow line.

Hooper Street - lack of cycle parking

Hooper Street - lack of cycle parking

Hooper Street - lack of cycle parking

Hooper Street - lack of cycle parking

Sturton Street - lack of cycle parking

Sturton Street - lack of cycle parking

Large area of council run garages well lit and look like they've had a recent refresh compared to #63227.

Edward Street - lack of cycle parking

Upper Gwydir Street - lack of cycle parking

There are currently three vehicles parked on this double yellow line all day Monday to Friday.

New bus stop on Brooklands Avenue

Double yellows! Great to be able to drive or cycle round this bend in Blinco Grove now without being terrified of being hit head on. https://t.co/QI74Rb16vy

Rather than fix this pothole Cambridgeshire Council just painted a double yellow line through it.

Traffic counts being done

Space needed for proper cycle parking so that bikes are not left blocking the footway.

New cycle racks in Ross Street. I note there are double yellow lines marked outside the bay.

Castle Hill

Argyle Street, Cambridge

The worst bits of Lensfield Road have been resurfaced; and the annual traffic survey seems to be more extensive than usual.

Gate permanently ajar at Fort St George bridge.

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

Primrose Street

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.

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.

This chain is fixed to the wall with a steel screw chain link which can be undone with a spanner - so is not very secure. But more to the point the bikes are blocking the footway (as are the bins in the background). What is needed here is s ... [more]

Street furniture (and lack of dropped kerb) clearly placed to block access to the new cycle parking - bizarre!

The dropped kerb has bizarrely been removed despite the new surfacing of the shared-use pavement.

Decent cycle parking on this narrow road that links to the railway station area.

Terrible and unsafe cycling conditions on the inner ring road due to legacy road layout - which ridiculously has a large hatched area in the middle.

Link from Hills Road to the Busway. No idea why there are Give Way lines, as the road to the left is blocked with bollards.

For some reason the police vehicle could not park in the road in line with the legally parked cars in the background, nor could it pull in to Downing College where the officer was.

Perne Road roundabout

Centre lines removed on Mill Road - traffic seems calmer now.

Newly surfaced cycleway. See #11508.

Little St. Mary's Lane - notices asking not to leave bikes on this side of the fence.

Tesco home delivery van parked on the pavement.

City Council vehicle on the pavement, amongst others.

Through route from Abbey Street to Newmarket Road blocked by parked vehicles

New Park Street

Cavendish Road The asymmetric signs both have the text: P In marked areas But the sign on the left refers only to carriageway parking, whereas the sign on the right permits parking on the footway.

The university's attempt at wide attractive boulevards has finally succumbed to lining everything with double-yellow lines after persistant parking problems blocking the route.

Busy cut-through for taxis, also falling apart

Felton Street Two cycle racks are due to be installed near where those bins are, parallel to the road, one in front of the other, not blocking the footway.

Felton Street - which might become one way, with two-way for bkes as part of proposals for Tenison Road.

New parking restrictions in Newnham - to ease access for fire engines, but good for cycling too.

New parking restrictions in Newnham - to ease access for fire engines, but good for cycling too.

Taking the Dog for a Ride It's difficult to see, but the trailor is carrying a small dog. The poor thing is standing up as it can't be that comfortable, especially as a dog really hasn't got the senses to see what's coming. However, t ... [more]

Faded cycleway on High Street Chesterton.

Road surface breaking up

Car parking in what should be a car-free estate

Poor entrance to Addenbrooke's

Remodelled Riverside scheme - non-flush kerb needs to be fixed to avoid cyclists coming off their bike when turning

A bus on full steering lock turns from Jesus Lane into Bridge Street - and displays the guidewheel. (In this photo the bus is moving towards the right of the picture.)

No Entry Except Cycles, officially sanctioned by the DfT

Gilbert Road crossing with Carlton Lane / Stratham Avenue.

My tricycle actually fitting in a cycle lane on Gilbert Road.

The new cycle symbols on St. Andrew's Street help confirm this is two-way for cycling.

Mill Road / Conservative Club Cycle stands proposed here. An image from a survey of proposed Cycle Parking locations.

Hills Road Bridge - The light phases aren't going to mean much here.

Water Street / Water Lane junction, Chesterton, Cambridge. A minority of cyclists travelling downstream along the river use this cycleway to turn right onto Water Street. Most, especially those coaching rowing, do not cross Water Street ... [more]

Arbury Road traffic calming

The cycle contraflow marking needs to be extended at least as far as the right-hand-ride of this picture. For this scene in 2000 see #2829. Sharrows were added in 2015 see #70441.

Panton Street from the top deck of a bus. Compare with #70467.

Queens' Lane

Queens' Lane

Kings Lane

Vicarage Terrace: Part of a very useful route for cyclists to the Beehive Centre, but the surfacing here is appaling, after years of unco-ordinated utility works.

Cut through to Beehive centre

Dropped kerb and an ugly steel bollard with messy white paint - presumably to stop motor vehicles mounting the footway.

Seymour Street

Vinery Road

Cyprus Road

Mill Road / Cyprus Road

No where for bikes to park in Romsey!

St Philip's Road

Red Cross Lane

St Philip's Road

Sedgwick Street

Just wide enough to cycle through - but it took 14 more years to become a proper access to Addenbrooke's see #95321.

Hope Street

New Cycleway to go in on this two-way street with restricted entry to motor vehicles, after lobbying the Senior Engineer. The next day it was properly marked, see #6128.

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