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It's a sign! This would be far, far better if, for example, they'd put a large fascia board style sign over the entrance. You need to be able to see it from several metres away.

UPDATE AT END. New sign asking "Cyclists please dismount". This has been a cycle cut through for the 27 years I've lived here. Note it's a private sign and not official, but this is a private estate. However, when estate planned, was it ... [more]

I suspect that the signage on Fison Road is wrong. I'm pretty sure cars should be allowed here.

Sign on Parker's Piece re works at University Arms Hotel

the "busway - look both ways" sign is new from early June'14 Possibly as a result of a bus/cyclist collision in May'14 (see #58923)

Pavement with segregated use on Green End Road - see worn out little blue sign on the lamp post in the background. Two cyclists signing the http://iitm.be/ChestertonTrafficReduction petition.

Sign showing routing away from main traffic. It's good to see more of these signs go up, but it's strange that they are in the difficult-to-see dark colours. What's wrong with the visible and familar bicycle blue?

Cyclepath sign only visible from one side.

Anglian Water warns drivers leaving its premises when entering Cowley Road: "BEWARE - Cyclists have priority. Give way to cyclists. Look left and right. (CEO is a cyclist, too). The cyclist in the picture is on the main carriageway, avoi ... [more]

Perhaps we could have more of these signs around, given the dreadful state of the verge around the city.

Odd sign. Perhaps better wording would be "Take care of people riding and walking" rather than implying "cyclists" (whatever "they" are) are like a dangerous animal!

See clip at http://youtu.be/dDc7j5GyH04 This is a new development and so should be trying to get the best infrastructure possible. It's good that a cyclepath has been created, but it's only as good as its weakest point, of which there ar ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/dDc7j5GyH04 This is a new development and so should be trying to get the best infrastucture possible. It's good that a cyclepath has been created, but it's only as good as its weakest point, of which there are ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/dDc7j5GyH04 This is a new development and so should be trying to get the best infrastrcuture possible. It's good that a cyclepaht has been created, but it's only as good as it's weakest point, of which there a ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/dDc7j5GyH04 This is a new development and so should be trying to get the best infrastructure possible. It's good that a cyclepath has been created, but it's only as good as its weakest point, of which there ar ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/8ajCOryGta4 Passing the roadworks on Grange Road and saw a completely useless sign. Halfway through the disruption is a blue "Cyclists Dismount" sign. I believe these signs are often put up in cyclelanes a ... [more]

A very big sign post for two bicycle parking areas.

No cycling signs on both sides of the road combine with onstreet mandatory cycle lanes. Very confusing. On Francis Crick Way right south of the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology by the Guided Busway crossing. As reported in the Cambridge ... [more]

No cycling signs on both sides of the road combine with onstreet mandatory cycle lanes. Very confusing. (Location is only approximate).

The sign says everything that needs to be said... "People, be nice to each other".

New 'Cyclists Please Dismount' signs at Cambridge University Library. [now removed, thankfully]

New 'Cyclists Please Dismount' signs at Cambridge University Library.

Bus stands in St Andrews Street, just around the corner from the main "bus station" in Emmanuel Street. General traffic is restricted here by the flying motorbike sign. The street is one way to motor traffic, 2 way to cycling - note the ... [more]

Turn left onto Pembroke Street from Free School Lane (606, 607, 962.1). The sign seems to have been straightened since 2003. In a new installation, the "One way" plate would be replaced with "Except cycles" (Traffic Signs Manual ch 3 para ... [more]

Contraflow cycle-lane sign (960.1) in Hobson Street. This is the wrong sign -- since the lane is advisory, there should be no white line down the middle of the sign.

Contraflow cycle lane (960.1) at the north end of Corn Exchange Street. According to the Traffic Signs Manual, this is the wrong sign for an advisory contra-flow cycle lane. The correct sign is the same but without the white stripe down t ... [more]

Short multi-purpose pole signposting shared use and Cyclists Dismount.

No entry to Lion Yard. Note sign on LHS only.

No motor vehicles on Bene't Street (eastbound).

No entry to Wheeler Street. Note sign on RHS only and possible cycle bypass.

No entry to Market Hill. Note sign on RHS only.

One way on Market Hill.

No entry to Trinity Street (northbound). Cambridge Cycling Campaign pressed to make this street two way for cycling. One problem officers cited for resisting the change was that it would have required except cycles panels with a time con ... [more]

One Way on Trinity Street (turning right out of Trinity Lane).

One way on Trinity Street (turning left out of Green Street).

No entry to Green Street (616). Unlit sign on RHS only.

No entry to All Saints' Passage (616). Unlit sign on LHS only.

One way on St John's Street (southbound) (652). Single unlit sign.

One way in St John's Street (southbound) (652). Single unlit sign.

No entry to Bridge Street (southbound) (616)

One way in Sidney Street

One way in Sidney Street (northbound)

Directional signage at night.

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