Donate using PayPal

Tags: noentry

You may also be interested in the automatic categorisation listings and themed galleries.

This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

New Street contraflow cycling.

Except Cycles plates have at last reappeared about a year and after I reported they were missing. See #137443.

Coronation Street, Cambridge

Off Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Panton Street two-way for cycling at last (experimental order).

Modal filtering due the COVID-19 pandemic.

Gwydir Street meets Mill Road, but are cycles exempt from going straight on?

Sedgwick Street - the recently refreshed marking and signs here don't make any mention of the contraflow cycling. From the other direction there is a contraflow plate, see #137461 Reported as reference: 341605 at https://highwaysrep ... [more]

Guest Road - two way for cycling and great to see that the whole width of the southbound lane has been used.

Two way Coronation Street.

Two way in Norwich Street, Newtown

Contraflow cycling Norwich Street, Cambridge Fantastic! Such a small, simple, but incredibly important breakthrough. No entry, except cycles... in the UK! Thank you to whoever is responsible.

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

Emery Street contraflow cycling.

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

Perowne Street contraflow cycling.

The old cycle by-pass to the no entry is gone, but where are the Except Cycles plates? There's also quite a bit of unused footway space here that could accommodate street cycle parking.

Except cycles signs on Belgrave Road :-)

Bridge Street, Cambridge

Bollard now installed to enforce restriction, preventing rat-running. Compare #33218.

Except cycles sign

Emery Street: Old no entry signs in grotty condition.

The forest of no entry signs along St Philip's Road. It is two way for cycling - predating legislation that permits 'Except cycles', and so instead there are cycle bypasses.

Vinery Road has no entry with except cycles panes and there's a contraflow cycle lane. I cycled down there, and a car came round the corner and shouted at me that it was a one way street.

Hope Street now have no entry signs with except cycles, both sides see #70497.

Hope Street now have no entry signs with except cycles, both sides see #70498.

The entrance to Mercer's Row from Garlic Row is still signed as 'No entry'. (I had thought it was to be converted to two-way cycling.)

Springfield Road with an 'Except cycles' subpanel on only one of the two 'No Entry' signs, and there's a sharrow.

The entrance to King Street from Short Street is marked as no entry, but there is a cycle bypass on the left. Although only one no entry sign is visible, the other is on the back of the give way sign on the right.

King Street - the no entry signs have no cycling exception but there is a bypass lane.

Malcolm Street - no entry except cycles.

Sidney Street is still signed as no entry, although the bypass lane at left remains.

Panton Street remains a one way street with no entry signs at the Lensfield Road end. At the moment it has no road markings, compare with #12005.

Fitzwilliam Street no entry except cycles and a sharrow.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Trafalgar Street - now two-way for cycling.

At last the old No Entry signs have been replaced with new ones that have 'Except cycles' panels - great! But that's about 7 months after the (pathetically inadequate) sharrow was added on the road surface - see #63237. I feel that I' ... [more]

Cockburn Street progress - but the contraflow lane pipes cyclists into parked motor vehicles. See an earlier image at #39536.

This post has been replaced facing the wrong direction.

See #65107.

Except cycles signs have appeared, and the no entry signs themselves have been replaced. We know this because the old one has been left behind. However there's still a keep right arrow there on the right hand side of the image, with "One ... [more]

@simon_nuttall @hopsncheese @orangemousse @cyclestreets Here it is from the same view as earlier tweet.

Ross Street: The rules have changed recently to permit two-way cycling in this street (see #63237). A contraflow cycle symbol with arrow has been added. But there is nothing here to inform road users that oncoming cycles are now legal. T ... [more]

The rules have changed recently to permit two-way cycling in this street. The cycle symbol and arrow have been added on the ground and the word NO has also been refreshed (compare to #39547). (Note also that the mini is facing the 'wrong' d ... [more]

The NO ENTRY dominates leaving it unclear whether you can legally reach the contraflow section.

St Philip's Road - with contraflow cycle lane. Only the first five metres of this road are in fact one-way. It becomes a two-way street at the hump, backed up by the sign on the left.

Many cyclists don't bother to use the fussy bypass lane. Because of changes to the rules about cycling in one way streets it probably wouldn't be designed like this today.

Fairfax Road (not on the draft list) Survey of one way streets that may be changed to permit two-way cycling in Romsey. See what it looks like in early 2015 at: #63237.

No Entry Except Cycles, officially sanctioned by the DfT

Mess of signage and visual stimuli on Coral Park. The bollard was in the down position, and the gate behind the photographer open, so this could be used as a through route by motor vehicles.

Annoying to see these one-way systems on this university site when two-way cycling could easily be accommodated. Removed by January 2011 - see #28078.

Cavendish Laboratory, Physics of Medicine The no entry and cyclists dismount signs had been removed by 2011, see #28078

Advisory 'Cyclists Dismount' sign just 20m short of the bike shed. Yes, that might happen. Removed by January 2011 - see #28078.

Toucan Crossing

The car parking bay on the left is to become one of Cambridge's first locations for Car Club cars. (Cycle parking also needed in the area.)

Panton Street from the top deck of a bus. Compare with #70467.

No entry to Sidney Street (southbound)

Very small "no entry" signs on Petty Cury

Pedestrians bypassing the island that is meant to accommodate them. These islands are put in to prevent motor vehicles turning into this street. It is not a one way street, it is only one-way for the last 2 or 3 meters of the street arou ... [more]

The junction of Willis Road with Mill Road.

The junction of Mackenzie Road with Mill Road.

Cherry Hinton Road

Sedgwick Street No Entry

St Philips Road / Sedgwick Street No Entry

A forest of signs at the retail park.

Kingston Street - no entry signs. The Hot Numbers mural is visible in the background.

Horribly ugly road signage to accommodate a cycle contraflow from Tenison Road into this branch towards Lyndewode Road. I think the markings on the road say ENTRY (then a gap) NO ENTRY

Horribly ugly road signage to accommodate a cycle contraflow from Tenison Road into this branch towards Lyndewode Road. Although I don't get it because it still says no entry across the mouth!

George Street

Trumpington Street at the junction with Fitzwilliam Street.

Looking north into Trinity Street from Senate House Hill.

Looking north into Trinity Street from Senate House Hill.

Looking north into Trinity Street from Senate House Hill.

The entrance to Garden Walk from Victoria Road. Ten years later there are except cycles panels and a sharrow, see #70487.

Approach to Trinity College from the Backs.

We welcome your feedback, especially to report bugs or give us route feedback.

My comments relate to: *

Your comments: *
URL of page: *
How did you find out about CycleStreets?:
Your name:
Our ref: Please leave blank - anti-spam measure

* Items marked with an asterisk [*] are required fields and must be fully completed.