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The new crossings at the Robin Hood junction are pedestrian-only, largely because so little space has been provided in the middle. Single-stage crossings would have been fine for cycling.

The new crossings at the Robin Hood junction are pedestrian-only, largely because so little space has been provided in the middle. Single-stage crossings would have been fine for cycling.

Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway sign and a protected transition to the on-road cycle lane.

Another Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway sign - but the shared-use path definitely continues for a while around the corner to the left.

Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway sign approaching the new Robin Hood junction - a cycle symbol and arrow on the ground would help.

There's a shared-use route on the far side of the road, but the route from the Robin Hood junction on this side just seems to vaporise.

It's not clear what happens here to the new shared-use path from the Robin Hood junction.

Crossing to the cycle route to Mallets Road - unlike the new crossings at the Robin Hood junction, this is a clear single-stage cycle crossing.

I don't know what the shared-use sign refers to - the red route should really be cycles only and in the other direction.

Space finally gained from Robin Hood - but their 'gateposts' haven't been moved back.

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