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If a cycle lane is too narrow don't use it. Redmac completely worn off by car tyres. See also #12047 or #23175.

New trial redmac surface being tested near Shire Hall laid today.

Scaffolding lorry (P688 GKR or R688 GKR) and taxi DN05 XFL (Cambridge license 1005) do not care about redmac cycle lanes and ASLs.

New red-mac on the pavement on Chesterton Road (CB4 1AS), between Chesterton Hall Crescent and George Street. This has been used by generations of school children to reach a traffic light regulated crossing.

Motorists show little respect for the cycle lane on Milton Road, specially at the lights and the roundabout. Car E35 HPE is forcing cyclists onto the (shared use) pavement. The ASL is also popular with cars #17399, taxis #9119, vans #160 ... [more]

Chauffeur driven Volvo with plates OY54 VTK invading the ASL. But who is the dignitary with a chain? A Mayor? The red box is popular with taxis #9119, vans #16094, buses #10593, motobikes #17947 and the police #17438.

Everybody in the cycle lane. SUV's (school uniform vehicle?) on display on Bateman Street as the most inefficient way to do the school run. Cycling pupils are pushed off the road by the huge number of large vehicles.

Milton Road ASL and MCL are frequently invaded by cars. ┬┐Park & Ride? The red box is popular with taxis #9119, vans #16094, cars #17399 and the police #17438.

Milton Road ASL and MCL are frequently invaded by cars.

A frequent picture on advanced stop lines and MCL at traffic lights. The washed out red tarmac doesn't help. This driver is actually relatively decent.

Milton Rd southbound, corner with Union Lane. (For Taxi PJ55 YLY, plate no. 204 see also #15858 and #15964)

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