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Vinery Way, after recent changes, it’s not strictly a cul-de-sac (no through road) for motor traffic, because an arm of Vinery Road comes back to Coldham’s Lane. There's a new sign to the Christadelphians Hall. Compare with the same … [more]

Vinery Road modal filter.

Carlyle Road modal filter.

Panton Street modal filter now a more permanent arrangement. See experimental layout at #161068.

@camcycle Loved my snowy commute this morning, though the bike was really difficult to manage on side roads. Riverside cycleway through Midsummer Common was gritted and somewhat ok to ride.

Voi ebikes and escooters at this important intersection on Cambridge's cycle network.

Lots of ebikes and escooters at this cycle network node.

The concrete barriers have been replaced by nice planters, but the sign still calls this an experimental closure.

Modal filter created by gate

Panton Street experimental traffic order allowing two-way cycling and prohibiting through motor traffic.

Modal filtering due the COVID-19 pandemic.

Renovated cycling shortcut with smooth hump.

The gap is exactly 1.5 metres between the edge of the barrier and the base of the bollard.

No motor vehicles - much better for cycling now (compare #4366 and #4362) the chicanes are absent, but violation by mopeds mean residents are asking for physical measures.

Final bollard arrangement where the new ramp on the left connects with the Carter Bridge ramp.

Primrose Street

Adam and Eve Street is signed as no motor vehicles - from this side.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Hobson Street

The latest iteration of this entrance to Hope Street marks contraflow cycling for a few metres. I hope (sorry!) this is better at reducing the number of motor vehicles that cut the corner when egressing.

Except for access signage. Compare #80103.

No Motor Vehicles sign facing the wrong way in St Andrews Street, bringing the misunderstood sign into further disrepute.

The "Except Cycles" actually applies to the "No right turn" that is on the opposite side of this sign!

Closure between Hobart and Suez Rds. Similar in Waltham Forest: #106759

The small opening here successfully slows cyclists down when entering the newly-cycleable 'pedestrian' zone.

Signs at the entrance to Fitzroy Street.

New Cycleway to go in on this two-way street with restricted entry to motor vehicles, after lobbying the Senior Engineer. The next day it was properly marked, see #6128.

New Cycleway to go in on this two-way street with restricted entry to motor vehicles, after lobbying the Senior Engineer.

Hope Street's junction with Argyle Street

Bizarre obstruction for pedestrians - the faulty logic to install this seems to be to stop pavement cycling (and motorcycling) - rather than to provide a convenient alternative for those modes. Much better in 2019: see #106290.

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