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Cambridge station building looking splendid in the harsh winter light. Temporary bollards and threatening signage.

Daniel Zeichner MP addresses the Space for Cycling ride at Cambridge Station.

New cut-through from Tenison Road to Cambridge station Added to osm: http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/548378604

New route avoiding Station Square - if only there were dropped kerbs.

New route avoiding Station Square - if only there were dropped kerbs.

An ofo bike user finds an ill-defined cycle route through the Cambridge station area.

An ofo bike user finds an ill-defined cycle route through the Cambridge station area.

An ofo bike user at Cambridge station - has entered this shared space area from the dropped kerb at right.

Well, well... the morning after I posted #89287 asking where the north-south cycle route was, a section of kerb was being removed to instal a dropped kerb (presumably).

Cambridge's Station Square is now more or less open, but some people still can't find the cycle parking.

Where's the cycle route? Cambridge's Station Square is more or less open but there's no indication where the north-south route is meant to be.

I'm sure the cycle sign is new - but I have no idea what it's meant to mean - there's no cycle lane or real cycle route here.

Pemberton Terrace has had some patching-up - but nearby Coronation Street, which is in far worse shape, has not been touched.

The new signs at Cambridge station do recognise that bikes are permitted here.

It looks as if the message is getting through at last - park in the new Cycle Point, not here.

Fly-parking presumably by people who haven't found the Cycle Point yet or who choose not to use it.

I remember an announcement that the new Station Square was open...

I remember an announcement that the new Station Square was open...

Access route from Moss Bank to Cambridge North Station under construction in February 2017.

Construction of pedestrian and cycle access from Moss Bank to Cambridge North Station, in February 2017.

Possible future route of the Chisholm Trail

The new ticket hall at Cambridge station - it's actually possible to get to the ticket machines (and out again) with a bike now.

Opposite Cambridge station - bikes locked to a goods lift (not a wheelchair lift, thank goodness).

Bikes left not secured to anything in front of Cambridge station, in spite of posters urging people to use the new multistorey cycle park.

Bikes strewn in front of Cambridge station, in spite of signs urging people to use the new multistorey cycle park (at rear).

Bikes strewn in front of Cambridge station, in spite of signs urging people to use the new multistorey cycle park.

Appalling signage from the developers of CB2 - No Buses signs that supposedly mean Buses Only, and no mention of cycles although these are quite entitled to reach the front of the station this way.

Why oh why are people finding it so hard to find the new cycle park (in the background)? Ed: similar scene from 15 years ago: #9351.

New access to Cambridge station from the north and from the cycle bridge

New access to Cambridge station from the north and from the cycle bridge

See clip at https://youtu.be/NnGkX09AMuw. The paint on this junction is very poor advice for people riding. NEVER go over to the left when going through here. Swinging over to the left will mean: - you lose visibility - you enco ... [more]

See clip at https://youtu.be/G5Xe6uidDCY. Take great care here as speeding buses are quite regular. There's a 15mph speed limit here for several reasons including that large vehicles and people cycling merge into a narrow space. R ... [more]

I expect this little wooden sign saying No Cycles will still be here after all the millions of pounds of development at station square. Note added 2016-12-05: I was wrong - it had gone a few weeks after I took this. Note added 2016-1 ... [more]

Access to station from cycle park (and car park) shared with pedestrians and not very wide. There's more space to the right but it was fenced off on 23 January 2016.

Route from temporary cycle park. There's plenty of space, on the right, for a decent width cycle path rather than making cyclists share with pedestrians. Okay the space may be used for building work sometimes but it wasn't in use on Saturda ... [more]

Finally, a newly modified cycle gutter on the station platform bridge! Two years and three months or so after the original botched install, (L-shaped rail immediately under handrail) and the subsequent botched attempted remedy (move L-sha ... [more]

From here, the end of Nuffield Close to Milton Road (past the red-brick building in the background) the busway and cyclebahn extensions should become a road link from the trading estate to the A10. Add your name to the online petition http: ... [more]

From here, the end of Nuffield Close to Milton Road (past the red-brick building in the background) this should become a road link from the trading estate to the A10. Add your name to the online petition http://iitm.be/ChestertonTrafficRedu ... [more]

From here, the end of Nuffield Close to Milton Road (past the red-brick building in the background) this should become a road link from the trading estate to the A10. Add your name to the online petition http://iitm.be/ChestertonTrafficRedu ... [more]

Nuffield Close between Ridgeon's exit and the busway and cyclebahn extension between the A10 and the Science Park station. See also #57226.

Nuffield Close between Ridgeon's exit and the busway and cyclebahn extension between the A10 and the Science Park station. See also #57225

Nuffield Close, between Ridgeons and the busway extension between Milton Road and the Science Park railway station. See also #57224

From here, the end of Nuffield Close to Milton Road (past the red-brick building in the background) this should become a road link from the commercial estate to the A10. Add your name to the online petition http://iitm.be/ChestertonTrafficR ... [more]

From Nuffield Close (near the Ridgeon's exit) to Milton Road (past the red-brick building in the background) the busway extension should be better be a road link for the trading estate to the A10. Add your name to the online petition http:/ ... [more]

From here, the end of Nuffield Close to Milton Road (past the red-brick building in the background) this should become a road link from the trading estate to the A14. Add your name to the online petition http://iitm.be/ChestertonTrafficRedu ... [more]

Plenty of space for the extension of the busway and cyclebahn between the Nuffield Road trading estate and the Cambridge Business Park. See also #57230.

View from Discovery Way over the Nuffield Road Allotments and the busway extension towards the Cambridge Business Park. View towards Science Park Railway Station in #57183.

View from Discovery Way over the Nuffield Road Allotments and towards the future car park for the Science Park Station. View over Bramblefields towards Chesterton Sidings #57182

View from Discovery Way over the Nuffield Road Allotments and Bramblesfield towards Chesterton Sidings. View over busway extension towards Cambridge Business Park in #57184

The path on Ditton Meadows is already heavily used at times.

Cycleway over Ditton Meadows in Cambridge. Cyclists riding towards the river Cam.

The railway bridge over the river Cam. This is also a possible location for the Chesterton-Abbey bridge to connect to the Science Park Station.

The guided bus triggers an automatic switch in the lights, stopping the traffic on Milton Road for the guided bus to cross without much delay. As bicycles are not allowed on the guide way, cyclists have to press a button and wait.

The guided bus triggers an automatic switch in the lights, stopping the traffic on Milton Road for the guided bus to cross without much delay. As bicycles are not allowed on the guide way, cyclists have to press a button and wait. This old ... [more]

This old railway-bridge over the subway will by replaced with a wider bridge to accommodate the busway and the cyclebahn. The future busway and cyclebahn crossing at Milton Road by the Science Park could also provide access to the commercia ... [more]

The future busway and cyclebahn crossing at Milton Road by the Science Park could also provide access to the commercial and trading estate on Nuffield Road. Petition http://iitm.be/NuffieldPetition

The Milton Road underpass by the Cambridge Business Park.

The Milton Road underpass by the Cambridge Business Park.

The future busway and cyclebahn access from Milton Road to the Science Park Railway Station could also provide access to the Nuffield Road Commercial and Trading Estate. See also http://iitm.be/GreenEnd

See clip at http://youtu.be/JBQHIeOL7Es To me, this person driving simply didn't look properly. I do plan for this kind of thing and had my hands covering the brakes so they were on quickly. Had I been a bit further ahead I'm not sure ex ... [more]

Improve Nuffield Road and Green End Road petition, please add your name at http://iitm.be/ChestertonTrafficReduction . See also #54662

Petition to reduce the number of heavy goods vehicles on Nuffield Road and Green End Road. Please add your name at http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ChestertonTrafficReductio - see also #54663

FENRA's first AGM on 19 Nov 2013 at Chesterton school voted in favour of supporting the Nuffield Road proposal http://iitm.be/NuffieldRoad

See clip at http://youtu.be/Nh6iVzFyY9c I've finally found a reason for the side cyclepaths (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-Q_rgSeqTA)! Well, not really. With the amount of people wondering around I simply didn't feel safe cycling ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/x-Q_rgSeqTA This is the first time I've tried these side cycle lanes at Cambridge Railway Station. They are there to enable people riding to get round a stopped bus, whilst it waits for the rising bollard to l ... [more]

The link between Nuffield Close #45471 and the future bus- and cycleway #47491 should ideally provide the access for the industrial estate: http://iitm.be/Xx924t . See Redgate building to the right, also in #47661.

The link between Nuffield Close #45471 and the future bus- and cycleway #47491 should ideally provide the access for the industrial estate: http://iitm.be/Xx924t . See Redgate building to the right, also in #47662.

Fen Road Level crossing and to the left residents looking at the old Network Rail access behind the houses on Moss Bank. See also http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation . See also #47492.

Fen Road Level crossing and to the left residents looking at the old Network Rail access behind the houses on Moss Bank. See also http://www.camcycle.org.uk/newsletters/105/article2.html . See also #47491.

The land for the bus route and cycle and pedestrian path available between Nuffield Road Industrial Estate and the Cambridge Business Park is wide enough to accommodate our proposal: http://iitm.be/Xx924t . See also #47490.

Councillors Rod Cantrill and Gerri Bird visiting Bramblefields Nature reserve with representatives from CPPF, FENRA, OCRA and Cambridge Cycling Campaign reg. http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation . See also #47470

Sorry, the only picture and its moved: The Nuffield Close - Nuffield Road - Green End Road - Bramblefields LNR walk with (ltr) Bob Menzies (Head of Major Infrastructure Delivery), Cllr Ian Manning (VIE Residents'), Cllr Ian Bates (Cabinet M ... [more]

Improve Nuffield Road Petition We, the current and the possible future users of Nuffield Road, request that: - A new access to the industrial and trading estate on Nuffield Road is built from Milton Road along the first section of the ... [more]

The construction of the Science Park Station should provide an opportunity to improve Nuffield Road http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation . See also picture #46666.

Nuffield Road is a mixed-use area with a primary school, a large medical centre and housing, as well as large warehouses and industry. Nuffield Road has been identified as one of the main routes for walking and cycling to the new station. W ... [more]

Separate industrial and residential traffic on Nuffield Road: http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation . See also #46664.

The school run in the most cycled city in England. See also #46663 and compare to http://iitm.be/schoolruninassen

Separate industrial and residential traffic on Nuffield Road http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation . See also #46662.

We have suggested that Nuffield Road’s residential section be cut off for motorised through traffic just past Discovery Way (in the bend by the allotments), and that the industrial section of Nuffield Road be opened up to Milton Road via ... [more]

Shirley School has already seen accidents in front of the school gates. The risk is that the likely increase in traffic for the new station and an increase in onstreet parking will cause the area to deteriorate drastically, if the industria ... [more]

Local residents have suggested that Nuffield Road’s residential section be cut off for motorised through traffic just past Discovery Way (in the bend by the allotments), and that the industrial section of Nuffield Road be opened up to Mil ... [more]

Nuffield Road is a mixed-use area with a primary school, a large medical centre and housing, as well as large warehouses and industry. Nuffield Road has been identified as one of the main routes for walking and cycling to the new station: h ... [more]

The school run in England's most cycled city. Shirley School on Nuffield Road in East Chesterton, Cambridge, Cambs. See also #46657 or compare to http://iitm.be/schoolruninassen

Taxi with number plates SD57 BFO overtaking dangerously near a marked primary school zone. More Nuffield Road pictures #46656

Desperate taxe with number plates SD57 BFO overtaking dangerously near a marked primary school zone. More Nuffield Road pictures #46655 and videos at http://iitm.be/NuffieldVideos

‘We want to see Nuffield Road closed near the planned access to the new station and building a new access from Milton Road to the industrial area.’ http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation . See also #46654.

If you live in East Chesterton, beware of the fly-parking menace! The county council has no plans to tackle fly-parking. All they want is to maximise the return from the Science Park station car park: http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/Scie ... [more]

The main foot & cycle station access alternative to the Bramblefields Nature Reserve is through Nuffield Road - http://bit.ly/VY5snZ -, which during a large part of the mornings is blocked with cars on the school run mixed with many HGVs an ... [more]

Separate industrial and residential traffic on Nuffield Road: http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation . See also picture #46651.

Local residents propose to open up the business section of Nuffield Road to Milton Road via Nuffield Close and the first part of the guided busway, which should therefore not have a guideway track. The industrial section of Nuffield Road co ... [more]

Nuffield Road is likely to become one of the main routes for walking and cycling to the new station as well as for kiss-and-ride journeys. Nuffield Road is a mixed use area with a primary school, a large medical centre, residential dwelling ... [more]

With the construction of the Science Park Station Cambridge Cycling Campaign asks to improve access routes for cyclists and pedestrians (e.g. through Nuffield Road for the medical centre and the school run) and to reduce conflicts with moto ... [more]

The risk is that the likely increase in traffic for the new station and an increase in onstreet parking will cause the area to deteriorate drastically, if the industrial part is not sectioned off from the residential stretch: http://www.cam ... [more]

We have suggested that Nuffield Road’s residential section be cut off for motorised through traffic just past Discovery Way (in the bend by the allotments), and that the industrial section of Nuffield Road be opened up to Milton Road via ... [more]

Nuffield Road is a mixed-use area with a primary school, a large medical centre and housing, as well as large warehouses and industry. Nuffield Road has been identified as one of the main routes for walking and cycling to the new station. S ... [more]

With the Science Park Station - http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation - it is epxected that the number of people walking and cycling Nuffield Road will increase. See also picture #46644 and videos at http://iitm.be/NuffieldV ... [more]

Nuffield Road is considered to become one of the main access routes for walking and cycling to the http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation . See also #46643

There will be double yellow lines near Shirley School on Nuffield Road, which will probably result in even more parents parking inconsideratly on the footway. See also photo #46642 and videos http://iitm.be/NuffieldVideos .

The school run in the most cycle friendly city in England. See picture #46641 and video http://iitm.be/NuffieldVideos

Nuffield Road is home to a primary school a large GP practise, housing estates and an industrial estate at the rear end. See also image #46640 and videos at http://iitm.be/NuffieldVideos

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