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I thought Cambridgeshire had weaned its contractors off this kind of insanity, but clearly not. In what way would pushing bikes through the junction help anyone? Particularly bad because it only applies to the right-hand lane - traffic turn ... [more]

Mill Road, Cambridge this morning. A quartet of signs on an already narrow and often busy footway. Just enough space for the wheelchair user to pass, but luckily a workman was nearby at the fifth. More signs beyond. Three weeks of this to c ... [more]

On the plus side they haven't put a 'Cyclists Dismount' sign here, which is to be commended. On the downside, we have lots of signs on the pavement. We need a LTN/change in the law.

New toucan crossing of SE arm. Thankfully this one is not staggered, for once.

Road works to build bad new scheme for Addenbrooke's roundabout can't be bothered to provide safe crossings for people walking.

An inconsiderately-placed sign ON the cycle path at Gonville Place. A cyclist approaching from Gresham Road had no warning that the cycle route was blocked by a sign (albeit temporary). But surely whoever put it up realised it was blocking ... [more]

An inconsiderately-placed sign ON the cycle path at Gonville Place. A cyclist approaching from Gresham Road had no warning that the cycle route was blocked by a sign (albeit temporary). But surely whoever put it up realised it was blocking ... [more]

Unimpressed by this. It's two lanes either way as Anglian Water continue their work, but I can’t help feeling there must be a better way of organising this. It isn't clear what pedestrians are supposed to do coming from the Hills Road end ... [more]

Shared-use pavement work going on. Diversion onto road now includes ramps for riders (it didn't yesterday!). And this means taking a road lane out to temporary traffic lights. Now, to get those awkward concrete blocks out of the diversion r ... [more]

Street lighting being replaced. The new lampposts are sited almost in the middle of the footway. In fact this one is half a lamppost width further towards the centre than the previous one (which can be seen in the ground having been cut off ... [more]

A photo showing how a cycle lane closure should be handled. Not with a 'Cyclists Dismount' sign but a simple white arrow on a blue background.

Roadworks in full swing on Catharine Street.

To which I would ask, 'Why? Isn't the road good enough?'

See clip at http://youtu.be/RFloE_ZIrww There's quite a bit of repairs going along the Brooklands Avenue Cyclepath. It's interesting to see how they are doing this and what effect it has. First, the metal covers are quite a sharp lip. ... [more]

More roadworks in the contraflow cyclelane. There's been a lot around this time. There's some space on hte edge of the lane, but it looks like it's been created by people using the lane and is no where near wide enough to be safe. Note t ... [more]

Incorrect sign near gas main works on Silver Street. Incorrect because cars can still proceed here. There is another one on Queen's Road approaching the junction which has a temporary 4-way signal in operation. The pedestrian crossings are ... [more]

It's slightly concerning that the footway will be closed too.

Temporary roadworks in the contraflow cyclelane. Nearby signs suggests it's only for a day, but will check. Note that to pass this obstruction legally, anyone cycling has to dismount and walk along the pavement. The roadway is one-way th ... [more]

Market Street is closed because of gas main works, but why temporary traffic lights are thought necessary here, I cannot imagine.

Roadworks on Gwydir Street

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