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Tesco unloading in a completely inappropriate way, blocking the inner ring road and the cycle lanes

Tesco unloading in a slightly hazardous way

Tesco unloading in an illegal and dangerous manner - just at a pinch-point, in a cycle lane

Tesco unloading in an illegal and dangerous manner - just at a pinch-point, in a cycle lane

Tesco unloading in a completely inappropriate way, blocking the inner ring road and the cycle lanes

Tesco unloading in a completely inappropriate way, blocking the inner ring road and the cycle lanes

Tesco unloading in a completely inappropriate way, blocking the inner ring road and the cycle lanes, covering the pavements too

Tesco unloading in a completely inappropriate way, blocking the inner ring road and the cycle lanes

Tesco parking on the pavement, rather than using the parking across the road

Old (to the right, by the building) and new routes around Tesco, Newmarket Rd, Cambridge

Cycle parking removed from Tesco (Newmarket Rd, Cambridge) to make way for trolleys locked out of use.

Unnofficial access from the car park to the shared use path.

Obstructive barriers on a cycle path

Unnecessarily obstructive barriers for a cycle route

At last! The side entrance to Tesco has been opened up. Too bad it's not aligned with the speed ramp. Fixes #12581.

Railings obstructing the cycleway between Newmarket Rd Tesco and Riverside have been removd. Well done Tesco. See eg. #10886 for what was here previously.

See clip at http://youtu.be/Gw2285_C0UI Highway Code Rule 240 (backed up in law) You MUST NOT stop or park on a tram or cycle lane. http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_069860 Also, parking on a Zig Zag is ... [more]

See clip at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImzfpIaVvVs Yet another driver ignoring the law about ASLs. All too common. The Highway Code Rule 178: http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_070332 Not a very good ad ... [more]

Second page of newsletter - page 1 at #35143

This newsletter from Romsey Lib Dems seems to suggest that Tesco have admitted to delivering from the front of the store on Mill Road, which is against the planning consent for the store.

Barriers at all pedestrian entrances to Tesco Newmarket Road, causing conflict between cyclists and pedestrians, who must cross each other's paths, blocking access to the disabled and users of mobility scooters, pushchairs, bike trailers, p ... [more]

A massive PCL lorry delivers a grand total of three trolleys of milk to Tesco East Road, blocking most of one side of the road. This is an unsuitable location for lorry deliveries; instead the delivery bay round the back should be used, wit ... [more]

Bus delayed for half a minute while a PCL lorry delivers a grand total of three trolleys of milk to Tesco East Road, blocking most of one side of the road.

Bus waiting to drive round a PCL lorry delivering to Tesco East Road blocking most of one side of the road.

Deliveries to Tesco from a lorry with the 'PCL' logo on the side. The delivery is perfectly legal, but the Council should disallow unloading in this location and require Tesco and other shops to unload from the delivery bay at the back.

Stopping on zig-zag lines has become much more common now the new East Road Tesco is open.

Unloading on East Road with large lorries causes problems for cyclists and other traffic.

Unloading on East Road with large lorries causes problems for cyclists and other traffic.

Changes to unloading on East Road proposed

Tesco lorry unloading on zig-zag lines. This is at its new East Road store, an inner-ring-road location which for years has needed stopping/parking banned.

Tesco lorry unloading on zig-zag lines. This is at its new East Road store, an inner-ring-road location which for years has needed stopping/parking banned. Notice how close to the pedestrian crossing this is.

Tesco lorry unloading on zig-zag lines. This is at its new East Road store, an inner-ring-road location which for years has needed stopping/parking banned. Notice how close to the pedestrian crossing this is.

Tesco lorry unloading on zig-zag lines. This is at its new East Road store, an inner-ring-road location which for years has needed stopping/parking banned.

Tesco lorry unloading on zig-zag lines, having also illegally driven onto the pavement. This is at its new East Road store, an inner-ring-road location which for years has needed stopping/parking banned.

Tesco lorry unloading on zig-zag lines, having also illegally driven onto the pavement. This is at its new East Road store, an inner-ring-road location which for years has needed stopping/parking banned.

Tesco lorry unloading on zig-zag lines, having also illegally driven onto the pavement. This is at its new East Road store, an inner-ring-road location which for years has needed stopping/parking banned.

Tesco lorry unloading on zig-zag lines, having also illegally driven onto the pavement. This is at its new East Road store, an inner-ring-road location which for years has needed stopping/parking banned.

Might Tesco be installing cycle parking? Probably not top of their priorities.

Zoom in for the larger version. Red circles have been added. Plan from Tesco's consultants showing that they intend to make deliveries from the front of the store, i.e. from Mill Road. This plan was circulated at the Cambridge City Co ... [more]

34ft lorry marked out on Mill Road. This is where Tesco plan to unload twice a day for 41 minutes a time, a proposal objected to by Cambridge Cycling Campaign and others. There is a planning condition preventing this.

Deliveries on Mill Road cause a blockage. However, there is probably little alternative given the layout of the streets. It is essential that any new planning permissions allocate off-street delivery areas.

Yellow markings on the pavement showing delivery prohibitions. Lorries unloading from Mill Road causing delays, despite this being legal. Over time, the Council need to find ways to reduce this problem by making space in the side streets ... [more]

Why not put in a proper link for pedestrians and cyclists between Tesco and Stevenson Court/Beche Road? Apparently the reason was because, when asked during the planning process for the new Tesco, the residents of Stevenson Court said th ... [more]

What happens when a lorry attempts to drive through the Romsey's narrow streets (which allow pavement car parking).. See also photo #12442.

Where are cyclists supposed to go now? The route just stops at the point where the pavement starts. As with the rest of the Tesco development, there are also ludicrous obstructions which make cycling from Tesco with shopping difficult.

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