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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)

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and cyclefriendly junctions and bus stops. See also video http://iitm.be/huntbusstop

A small child cycling on the pavement on Huntingdon Road at the Oxford Road bus stop.

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road, between Oxford Street and Storeys Way, during the morning rush.

A cyclist on Huntingdon Road, between Oxford Street and Storeys Way, in the morning rush.

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and cyclefriendly junctions and bus stops. With the current arrangement large vehicles can feel intimidating.

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and better junction design. See also video http://iitm.be/huntjunct

Cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road.

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See pictures http://cycle.st/p57382-5 . A video from this location: ... [more]

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See next picture #57385 .

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See next picture #57384 . A video from this location: http://iitm.be ... [more]

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See pictures http://cycle.st/p57382-5 . A video from this location: ... [more]

Bus stop in the cycleway on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Oxford Road. See also http://iitm.be/huntbusstop

A cyclist showing the Campaign's "Yes please" postcard supporting the proposals for hybrid cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road and Hills Road.

Huntingdon Road cycle lanes are too narrow to overtake safely.

The Huntingdon Road cycle lanes in the 'dooring-zone' during the morning rush.

Token cycle lane the width of a handlebar leading to an advanced stop box on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Victoria Road.

Token cycle lanes covered in worn-out redmac on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Victoria Road. Some handlebars are wider.

The white VW Caddy from "Tech Refinishing" keeps one wheel on each of the two token cycle lanes.

Token redmac cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Victoria Road. Some handlebars are wider.

The morning rush on Huntingdon Road in Cambridge, see also #57368 . Video http://goo.gl/IOH940

See clip at http://youtu.be/x-Q_rgSeqTA This is the first time I've tried these side cycle lanes at Cambridge Railway Station. They are there to enable people riding to get round a stopped bus, whilst it waits for the rising bollard to l ... [more]

Pickfords van driving in cycle lane, narrow cycle lane, and general poor road surface.

car driving in cycle lane, narrow cycle lane width

Junction of Hills rd and Station rd, lorry driving in narrow cycle lane

No cycling signs on both sides of the road combine with onstreet mandatory cycle lanes. Very confusing. On Francis Crick Way right south of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology by the Guided Busway crossing. As reported in the Cambridge ... [more]

No cycling signs on both sides of the road combine with onstreet mandatory cycle lanes. Very confusing. (Location is only approximate).

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