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Decorative panels being added to the subway.

Barriers at the railway underpass on Coldhams Common. Gate, passable width: 78cm. Cattle Grid width: 125cm.

Fence and gate at cattlegrid south of the railway underpass look finished

Elizabeth Way roundabout subway entrance from Elizabeth Way.

Elizabeth Way roundabout subway from Newmarket Road (western entrance) to East Road.

Shared use under pass of Elizabeth Way. See also video at

Obstructions removed at long last, see #113875.

Barrier free at last! This is the first time I've seen the horrendous barriers that were there see #4025 gone at last!

Underpass mainly for use by cows, with a gated footway separated by a fence.

The Milton Road underpass by the Cambridge Business Park.

The Milton Road underpass by the Cambridge Business Park.

This could easily be an excellent cycle route but I have to choose between mud or gates.

Serious flooding on the Sustrans route along the Milton Road (and it seems that there is now no signage at all for northbound cyclists heading towards Milton via the bridge over the A14).

Coldham's Common - one of the tightest curves on the national rail network, and cycle route pass through the cattle grids and underneath.

Obstructed cycleway See #113875

A superb example of why underpasses are hated, and such a bad solution to crossing a road. Thes obstructions are some of the most severe and hostile for both pedestrians and cyclists in Cambridge. Update March 2020: Fifteen years later t ... [more]

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