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Shows new raised-table junction (Canterbury St/Histon Rd) with continuous kerb along Histon Road. Local resident felt the junction was 'invisible' (and therefore dangerous).

Brand new development, just finished this past year. What's missing? The damn dropped kerb! What the hell, @CambsCC @camcitco? This is why I have to be picky about the hardworks plans when I look over planning apps. Even though I'm a ... [more]

A rather steep upstand for a supposedly 'flush' Cambridge kerb. This could easily cause someone to come off their bike if they didn't know, especially in the wet.

Poor-quality surface, non-flush dropped kerb, not-so-great bollard, and a neglected but very clear desire line. This is the connection from Wadloes Road to Ditton Meadows.

Cycling in this direction I found myself on the road as directed by an earlier sign, but there's no dropped kerb to get back on the shared use here.

Flush kerb needed here.

Tangle of services under new cycle lane. If this were a bus lane, would they need to be moved at great expense.

First 'Cambridge Kerbs' in Hills Rd. 20mm rise in 125mm, will segregate motor traffic from cycle lane

See clip at This is the cut through to Teversham Drift which keeps you away from the awful High Street environment. The barriers make it difficult for cargo bikes and child carriers. And there's no drop kerb.

A dropped kerb giving cycle access to the Barnwell Road subway.

A dropped kerb.

The King Street end of Milton's Walk - where there is a dropped kerb.


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

No, its not a dropped kerb, apparently its a toad friendly crossing point, and the wooden posts are a wildlife friendly barrier.

A raised speed table would have been better, but a flush kerb and a speed bump to slow cars at the blind corner are an improvement over what was on the approved plans (as #16990). See #19487 and #19486.

Maybe pedestrians need their own campaign...? The elderly will have to wheel up and down the kerb to get to the care home...

Dropped kerb moved to this much more sensible location as a direct result of the Cycling Campaign's intervention.

This is an entrance to a University building cycle park - but there's no sign and no dropped kerb - but at least the steps down are quite good, see #3321.

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