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Night lighting near the observatory.

Colourful lighting at Riverside Bridge.

No cycle parking at all in this area - every cycle shown in this picture is parked insecurely.

Wintry commute Sheeps Green

More evidence of the need for cycle parking in Catharine Street

New tidy cycle parking on Sidney Street.

Two bikes are parked here, one against the lamppost and the other against the decapitated sewer vent and there's a double yellow line in between. What an excellent place for some cycle parking stands! See #95248.

What has motivated me to go out into the rain is just how rare it is to see the street so clear. Two factors are at play here: holiday time and planned repainting of the lines.

New cycle parking at the New Museums site

Excellent ground lighting which lights the path without polluting the surrounding area.

Regent Terrace at night. The long shadows of the legs produced by a car coming down the road to turn around. There's barely any room to pass.

I noticed these two electric bikes parked and locked to themselves outside Maplin's. They seem to belong to a company called Deliveroo that delivers food: https://deliveroo.co.uk/

King's on the left, Senate House lit up in the middle and behind it the tower of St. John's. http://www.e-luminatefestivals.co.uk/

Rose Crescent, Cambridge

Looking into Trinity Lane at night from Trinity Street, Cambridge.

Green Street, Cambridge at night.

Hobson Street

That is my front light on the ground at Shire Hall, disappearing into the distance caputred by my @cycliq http://cycliq.com/ on a #CamRideHome I was at the back of the pack so its gone!

New cycle lame

New cycle lane

Car parked on pavement, having driven there illegally.

Desperate shortage of cycle parking in Gwydir Street.

Bikes parked against railings along the full length of Malcolm Street.

Wintry conditions on Mill Road.

A sudden downpour on Mill Road on a cold and wet day.

The temporary scaffolding provides additional well used cycle parking near to the pub.

Cycles parked at the pub and on the scaffolding beyond.

This scaffold supplies almost enough spaces to accommodate demand for the pub.

See #47055. This photo shows how dark the new bollard is at night compared to the other ones which have reflective markings.

See clip at http://youtu.be/mRmFUB9Hgys Seeing what happens at night, when pretty much no police monitoring has been done. Here's some anecdotal information about speeds going up. Would be interesting to know what happens in a proper stu ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/TR9q1vVP0N4 You can just make out the person cycling as the taxi driver comes right up to them at several points along this road. The driver seems to be right against their back wheel. I ride this road reg ... [more]

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Stall at the Mill Road Lights switch-on event.

The Tins cycleway

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