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Pointless barriers on the cycleway from Great Kneighton to Hauxton Road - the road is a quiet dead-end, and could easily give way to this useful cycle route.

Another pointless sign - there's no reason for the cycleway not to continue to the end of the road.

End of about 100m of footway/cycleway, just to bypass the traffic lights and probably tick some box.

Start of about 100m of footway/cycleway, just to bypass the traffic lights and probably tick some box.

Not quite a crossing to nowhere, but the footway/cycleway on the far side is about 100m long.

Cycleway from Addenbrooke's Road in the Novo development at Great Kneighton

There are pairs of cycle stands dotted around Centrum Gardens in the Novo development at Great Kneighton

There are pairs of cycle stands dotted around Centrum Gardens in the Novo development at Great Kneighton

There are pairs of cycle stands dotted around Centrum Gardens in the Novo development at Great Kneighton

End of the cycleway from Hauxton Road to the Novo development at Great Kneighton

Unnecessary barriers on the new cycleway from Hauxton Road to the Novo development at Great Kneighton

Great Kneighton

Future link to the busway, presumably

Cycle parking and play area, Great Kneighton

Sheltered cycle parking at Trumpington Community College

Cycleway and sheltered cycle parking at Trumpington Community College

Sheltered cycle parking at Trumpington Community College

Plenty of cycle stands here Clay Farm Community Centre

No Entry Except Buses sign should also read 'and Cycles', of course.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Bridge into Hobson's Park and link to the construction road.

Bridge into Hobson's Park

Route into Hobson's Park

No Cycling on the Great Kneighton construction road.

Cycle route from Addenbrooke's Road to Hobson's Park

Big barriers to keep cyclists from going down steps - but why on earth did they build steps here in the middle of nowhere?

Gates wide open on a Sunday morning, but no pedestrians or cyclists allowed on this construction access.

Total incompetence - how hard could it have been to link the two cycleways?

Total incompetence - how hard could it have been to link the two cycleways?

Cycle parking and park - there's a small No Cycling sign just to the right.

It's not clear whether this will remain a traffic-free cut-through - it could do with improving anyway.

Cut-through from Trumpington Park Primary School

Cycle parking at Trumpington Park Primary School

The traffic lights default to green for the road and red for the busway - they seem to have totally forgotten about the cycleway!

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook. This part was done differently to the others, and it's clearly incomplete.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook. This might be a semi-decent stab at filtered permeability / cycle street network. The bollards are OK. Maybe a little close, and of the unforgiving ... [more]

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Bridge to the nature reserve, not yet connected to anything on this side.

Interesting desire line, maybe, on the way to the bridge over the brook.

Bridge to the nature reserve -- at least it'll be nice when it's done

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Connection from the future 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

Ridiculous 'Cyclists dismount and use footway' sign. Meanwhile, the works are preparing to narrow the shared-use path in order to create yet another traffic lane! It's like I stepped into a time machine and ended up back in the 20th cent ... [more]

Rollercoaster footways, undulating up and down. They had complete freedom of design and lots of space, and yet they managed to build the footway in the worst possible way!

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport. Note that the car has just blown past a sign reading 'No motorised vehicles except buses'

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

Useful cut-through in Great Kneighton

At last! Some visible cycle parking in Great Kneighton.

The track to the right leads into Great Kneighton via a car-storage area

Cut-through in Great Kneighton - this should be wider and clearly signed as a cycle route.

Cycle route on one side only of Addenbrooke's Road - not good enough.

Lazy cycle provision at Great Kneighton

Poor link to the cycleway in Great Kneighton

Is this meant to be a cycle cut-through in Great Kneighton?

Car-dominated planning and no permeability (there should be a gap through the wall at left) in Great Kneighton.

Notional footway and temporary ramps in Great Kneighton

Non-existent side-road in Great Kneighton

Two-way cycle track on one side only of Addenbrooke's Road

For some reason this track to the Great Kneighton park is closed off at this end only - but people and bikes are passing through the gap to the left.

Track (used by dog-walkers) between the railway and the Great Kneighton park

Track (used by dog-walkers) beside the railway south from the Great Kneighton park

Path (used by cycles) across the Great Kneighton park under Addenbrooke's Road - but this is closed by a gate at the far end.

Path (used by cycles) across the Great Kneighton park under Addenbrooke's Road - but this is closed by a gate at the far end.

Junction of paths (used by cycles) across the Great Kneighton park

Path (used by cycles) across the Great Kneighton park

Useless access to Great Kneighton - reminiscent of the assumption in rural Cambridgeshire that bridleways are for horses, not bikes.

Access to Great Kneighton - no dropped kerb, so it won't be possible to nip across from Rutherford Road.

Cut-through from the Long Road junction into Great Kneighton - there's even a dropped kerb!

Exit from Great Kneighton to Long Road - not even a bit of red surfacing on the cycle spaces.

Access to Great Kneighton

Will this be a cycle track? It's wide enough.

Western end of new shared-use footway at Long Road/Great Kneighton junction.

Awful junction into the Great Kneighton development from Long Road - cyclists going ahead will fall off a cliff, whereas they're supposed to go right, 90 degrees left, 90 degrees right, 90 degrees left twice and right. Doubtless having to w ... [more]

Awful junction into the Great Kneighton development from Long Road - cyclists going ahead will fall off a cliff, whereas they're supposed to go left, 90 degrees right twice, 90 degrees left, 90 degrees right and left. Doubtless having to wa ... [more]

The Long Road/Great Kneighton junction - is the crossing meant to be at such an angle?

Eastern end of new shared-use footway at the Long Road/Great Kneighton junction - dropped kerb for cyclists to/from Rutherford Road?

Eastern end of new shared-use footway at the Long Road/Great Kneighton junction.

New access to the Great Kneighton development - wide new cycleway on the south side of Long Road.

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