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Advanced green light for cyclists At Hills Road / Gonville Place junction in Cambridge

See clip at Not a massive issue but one that needs some note. The "nice" route for people riding is longer and takes longer without any delays. If it's to appear benefical to riders, delays like this need sort ... [more]

See clip at The traffic lights at the junction of Coldhams Lane and Cromwell Road are not well placed for cycling in from the common. These are mandatory lights so people cycling in from this direction are ... [more]

Traffic calming

Ekin Road - speed humps

Traffic calming, Huntley Close.

Traffic calming on Thorpe Way.

Traffic calming in Jack Warren Green. (I didn't see much green, but lots of grey.)

Traffic calming in Jack Warren Green.

Ditton Field traffic calming.

Ditton Field traffic calming.

Ditton Field traffic calming.

Ditton Fields - traffic calming

Traffic Counter on Argyle Street.

Traffic counter on St. Philip's Road.

Speed cushions in Prospect Row.

I saw this tream of hire bikes going past my window, so I thought I'd take a photo. Turns out picture tells a lot of stories. 1. Look at the space used by ~15 people on bikes compared to 4 people in motor vehicles. 2. Overall I can s ... [more]

Whenever I travel down Radegund Road around 9am there is a car obstructing the cycle bypass lanes to the traffic calming outside Coleridge College. This driver became aggressive when she saw me taking a photo. She reversed at me, and th ... [more]

One of the traffic lights that used to face Chesterton Road (next to the Folk Museum in the photo) has been moved. It's now on the traffic island in Chesterton Road at a point where it is hard for pedestrians to see whether it's safe to cro ... [more]

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

See video at These lights are a potential accident blackspot. Luckily they are temporary. I go through my light when it changes and head off up the West Cambridge Cyclepath. A cyclist with a ... [more]

A straight road will entice motorists to speed. Reducing the forward view through alternating parking bays with the lane winding between the sides of the road is an effective measure for speed reduction which does not require altering the k ... [more]

Selective speed cushions. Speed cushions slow down vehicles with a narrow base (like those in low and zero rated vehicle licensing duty bands), while cars with a wide wheel base (large people carriers, 4x4, limousines and vans) can just spe ... [more]

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