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See clip at An update from It looks like someone has successfully pointed out that the barriers are too close together. Although I'd still suggest there's a better ... [more]

See clip at As I say in the clip, Cambridge Institute of Astronomy does provide well for cycling to work here and through routes. It's just that their approach to new development seems to be stuck in an er ... [more]

Brookgate CB1 development and "Mill". See .

Brookgate CB1 development and "Mill". See .

Modern British road design with pedestrian crossing at the 2,400 homes Great Kneighton estate and Glebe Farm development. Two-stage crossing with diversion, a menace to pedestrians and wheel chair users.

Exit from the Novo development at Great Kneighton onto the 40mph Addenbrooke's access road.

novo development of 286 dwellings at Great Kneighton. Provides two Sheffield stands at its sales office.

The abode sales agent Bidwells provides a space for a Zip car but unlike Skanska and Novo didn't bother with cycle parking. This is in keeping

Onstreet cyclelane at the Cambridge Biomedial Campus takes cyclists off the main carriageway and before the roundabout with way to get back onto the cyclelane after the roundabout. See

Francis Crisk Avenue and site for new development at Addenbrooke's Hospital, near Papworth Hospital relocation site.

View from Addenbrooke's access road towards Great Kneighton, site for 2400 dwellings. See also

The lifts are too short for a bike (about 62" or less than 1.60 m). They also force users wheeling their luggage, trolley or bike in to exit backwards. These lifts should be about 1/3 deeper, with an exit on the opposite end, like most lift ... [more]

The new bridge to the new platform at Cambridge Station. Note the elevator towers. The lifts should be 1/3 deeper and have doors on both ends to allow users to push their trolleys, luggage or bikes through, as they do at most of the lifts a ... [more]

New Bit - NCN route 11 cycleable with care.

New Bit - ungritted but cycleable

Widened and resurfaced cycle route acros New Bit.

Very welcome resurfacing on New Bit.

Newly widened and improved cycle path on New Bit (not yet open).

Notice near New Bit advising walkers and cyclists of path closure. There were several so I assume they will be resurfacing the section next to Vicar's Brook.

Looking through the barrier to see the progress widening the New Bit cycle/footpath.

This shows how the second cattle grid is being put in at New Bit.

Information about what's happening at New Bit. There is a notice at the Brooklands Avenue entrance too. The dashed lines in green show the diversion route.

Cycle path looks rather narrow. It is also to have access to the Kaleidoscope CUP development and to Clarendon Road/ Fitzwilliam Road.

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