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See http://radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.html

See http://radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.html

See http://radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.html

See http://radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.html

Cycleway Priority over Philippa Fawcett Drive. The road crossing has big stop lines and stop signs, although the one on the left is not well placed. How can anyone driving know what's coming from their left that far back? Sadly, there are m ... [more]

Very Large Cycleway. Good infra, sadly not replicated throughout site.

Clarkson Path near Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Path near Centre for Advanced Photonics and Electronics

Morning traffic on the Coton Path in Cambridge. See also #49226.

The Coton Path in Cambridge. See also #49225.

The rather relaxed morning rush on the Coton Path in Cambridge by the University West Campus. See also #49224.

Cyclists on the Coton Path in Cambridge on a Tuesday morning. See also #49223.

The morning rush on the Coton Path in Cambridge. See also #49222.

The morning rush on the Coton Path in Cambridge is rather relaxed. See also #49221.

Relaxed cycling on a Tuesday morning on the Coton Path in Cambridge. See also #49220.

Commuters on Coton Path on a Tuesday morning. The cycleway is 3m wide, plus 60cm scrub. See also #49219.

Coton Path on a Tuesday morning. See also #49218.

Coton Path on a Friday afternoon. See also #49216.

Coton Path in the afternoon.

See http://radwagon.co.uk/2012/06/wimpole-folly-and-three-cams.html

See http://radwagon.co.uk/2012/06/wimpole-folly-and-three-cams.html

See http://radwagon.co.uk/2012/06/wimpole-folly-and-three-cams.html

See http://radwagon.co.uk/2012/06/wimpole-folly-and-three-cams.html

See http://radwagon.co.uk/2012/06/wimpole-folly-and-three-cams.html

See http://radwagon.co.uk/2012/06/wimpole-folly-and-three-cams.html

See http://radwagon.co.uk/2012/06/wimpole-folly-and-three-cams.html

See clip at http://youtu.be/5ayfT4AoJ7E Water was 4-6 inches deep. Not something a walker would go through, and cyclists ought to beware as well. Surely this isn't difficult to fix?

No video with this. I've stopped my car to take the picture (with no traffic behind me). Needless to say, but completely illegal parking which the police are keen to prosecute with repeated evidence. The simple rule is Highway Code Ru ... [more]

See video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHeAk4MT1Io 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]

The absurd Cyclists Dismount sign en route to the cycle shed has been removed (see #17473).

Quite a few bikes parked at the rear entrance to King's! The proposed cycleway from Silver Street to West Road has to stop here because of this channel and the change from common land to college land - but it would be nice to have a cyclewa ... [more]

Another bus stop, another monster pothole.

Junction of West Road and Queen's Road, where a new crossing is planned to a cycle route to Silver St.

Junction of West Road and Queen's Road, where a new crossing is planned to a cycle route to Silver St.

Junction of West Road and Queen's Road, where a new crossing is planned to a cycle route to Silver St.

The proposed new cycle route will take a route through the trees here and onto the, currently, sandy track

Showing the current layout of the West Road/Queens' Road junction. A new cycle route is planned for this area.

Current position of pedestrian crossing at the West Road/Queens' Road junction where the West Cambridge to Silver Street cycle route is planned. I imagine the path shown here will form the bypass for the no left turn ban.

Possibly not intended as a cycle route, with benches on one side and water on the other...

A very discreet cycle sign at the new entry from the Coton cycletrack to the West Cambridge site.

The West Cambridge site now has a peculiar road lay-out, presumably designed to discourage driving through the site, but which can confuse cyclists - better signage needed!

Limited cycle parking by the new access from the Coton cycletrack to the Cavendish Lab and the West Cambridge site.

New access from the Coton cycletrack to the Cavendish Lab and the West Cambridge site.

New access from the Coton cycletrack to the Cavendish Lab and the West Cambridge site.

New access from the Coton cycletrack to the Cavendish Lab and the West Cambridge site.

New access from the Coton cycletrack to the Cavendish Lab and the West Cambridge site.

'End of Route' - permanently closed, in fact, due to the new access to the Cavendish Lab just west (see following photos).

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