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Reinstated footpath in Darwin Green construction site parallel to future orbital cycleway. About 2m wide.

Footpath under construction in Darwin Green, parallel with future orbital cycleway.

The redmac cyclelanes on the NIAB access road provide space for a smooth corner for faster motor travel access into and out of sideroads. Bad, it requires a much closer angle to slow turning traffic and the redmac cyclelane has to continue ... [more]

Red-mac cycle lane on Lawrence Weaver Road is used as a car park, with the driver of this metallic blue Honda Jazz with number plates LD07 TZT parking his "motor" right on a bicycle sign. I would only find such give way to pedestrians ok ... [more]

It is not that there arn't any bicycles at the Darwin Green (former NIAB site ) development, they just don't seem to have anywhere to go... See also redmac cyclelane as car park #50020 . New developments in and around Cambridge http://iitm. ... [more]

The NIAB development was touted with ambitious targets for a high share of sustainable, non-motorised travel. Here the redmac cycle lane on Lawrence Weaver Road, the main access from Huntington Road. See also redmac cyclelane as car park #5 ... [more]

New residents at the NIAB site are already using the well designed redmac cyclelane .... Just press the button at the entrance to the cycle lane and all the parked cars will disappear... See redmac cyclelane #50023. See new developments on ... [more]

Unclear status at the exit from the NIAB site development - is it legal to continue on the footway?

There's no real need to ban cycling here.

Two sets of traffic lights, two signs at the start of shared-use footway - but no marked route from the cycle lane to the ASL.

Missed opportunity for permeability and decent cycle access on the generally poor first phase of the NIAB site development.

End of the generally poor first phase of the NIAB site development - let's hope things will improve beyond the fence!

Bizarre cycle lane on the generally poor first phase of the NIAB site development.

Cycle lane with Give Way markings for a pedestrian crossing - and a car blocking it.

Good wide cycle lane totally blocked by a parked car - is this a public highway anyway?

Missed opportunity for permeability and decent cycle access on the generally poor first phase of the NIAB site development.

Cut-through to the Huntingdon Road in the first phase of the NIAB site development.

Ramps for wheelchairs, buggies and, yes, bikes are just an afterthought at the generally poor first phase of the NIAB site development.

Unmarked door to secure bike store in the first phase of the NIAB site development - and bikes locked to the railings instead.

Underused cycle store in the generally poor first phase of the NIAB site development.

Residents in the first phase of the NIAB site development choosing to lock bikes to railings rather than in the locked store.

Missed opportunity for proper cycle access in the generally poor first phase of the NIAB site development.

Public footpath on the NIAB site

Wide lanes for cycles going ahead as well as left into the NIAB site development.

Cycle lane and two right-turn lanes at junction to the first phase of the NIAB development.

Access to the first section of the NIAB development off Huntingdon Road. The dropped kerbs don't seem to be right for off street cycleways? See also #30053 and #30054.

Access to the first section of the NIAB development off Huntingdon Road. The dropped kerbs don't seem to be right for off street cycleways? See also #30053 and #30055.

Access to the first section of the NIAB development off Huntingdon Road. The dropped kerbs don't seem to be right for off street cycleways? See also #30053 and #30054.

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