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Guest Road: Two-way cycling but potholey.

Residents playing pothole golf as council fails to repair Cromwell Road, Cambridge -

Two days after an Anglia TV report including Camcycle's Roxanne de Beaux, the precise two potholes featured have been fixed - but none of the others on West Road or the one marked up just around the corner on Grange Road, of course...

Poor road surface under Elizabeth Way bridge / along Walnut Tree Ave. Major cycling route along the river. The county has decided that it is 'not bad enough' to do anything about it, according to Highways Reporting.

The potholes on Lammas Land have *finally* been fixed - but new ones are developing already.

Potholes where vehicles give way on Brookside

Rather bodged repairs (see #22152) [done properly by August 2011]

The potholes on Lammas Land (see #21738, #22153, #22154) have been repaired, but not very well.

Potholes on the major cycle route from Newnham to Addenbrookes and the station.

Potholes on the major cycle route from Newnham to Addenbrookes and the station.

Third-world road surface in Cambridge

Lammas Land is in a sorry state - being a dead end for motorised traffic it is presumably very low priority for repairs, despite being the main cycle route from Newnham to the station and Addenbrooke's.

More potholes. Builders' vans blocking Eden Street. Cycle route signs.

Potholes on Hills Road, at the entrance to the Perse School.

Brookside is being torn up by ratrunners and SUVs on the school run.

New potholes on Devonshire Road.

Lammas Land is breaking up - a very important cycle route, to the Leys School, the station and Addenbrooke's, but not a through route for cars so it probably won't be fixed for a long time.

St Paul's Road is falling apart.

St Paul's Road is falling apart.

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