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97978Photo #97978No comment.General sign/notice:
Problem
signs
97891Photo #97891Cambridge is falling apart.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97890Photo #97890Cambridge is falling apart.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97889Photo #97889Footway Ahead Closed - what about the cyclists forced out of the contraflow lane into oncoming traffic?General sign/notice:
Event
signs
97854Photo #97854Final bollard arrangement where the new ramp on the left connects with the Carter Bridge ramp.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
97853Photo #97853Final bollard arrangement where the new ramp on the right connects with the Carter Bridge ramp.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
97852Photo #97852Cambridge is falling apart - outside the University CentrePothole:
Problem
potholes
97851Photo #97851Station Road is falling apart (again)Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97850Photo #97850Station Road is falling apart (again)Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97849Photo #97849Hills Road is falling apart (and what lane does that taxi driver think he's in anyway?)Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97831Photo #97831Parkers Piece

Location: , Cambridge (England, United Kingdom)

A very soggy commute
Cycleway:
Misc
cycleways
97818Photo #97818Stud lights have been fitted on Driftway, to link with those on the fensRoad environment:
Good practice
road
97817Photo #97817Stud lights have been fitted on Driftway, to link with those on the fensRoad environment:
Good practice
road
97701Photo #97701The road in front of the Grad Pad. Undoubtedly in need of improvement. It also gives an idea (I hope) how much space there might be once this site is redeveloped.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
97700Photo #97700The priority at the moment is for vehicles coming from either Silver Street or Trumpington Street (to the right) to access the Grand Arcade car park. With the proposed redevelopment of the Old Press/ Mill Lane site, there's an opportunity to fix this junction to the benefit of many. (To those unfamiliar with this junction, it's not always this quiet.)Road environment:
Problem
road
97699Photo #97699You can, no doubt, spot the other reason this sign has been used incorrectly.Roadworks:
Problem
roadworks
97695Photo #97695Checking the Roadworks website, the whole of Bridge Street will be closed to repair the road surface. (Hooray!)Roadworks:
Event
roadworks
97686Photo #97686Parking like this makes Puffles want to bring back the old tow-away schemeCar storage:
Problem
carstorage
97583Photo #97583Cycle parking reinstatement: was poor and still is…Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
97560Photo #97560River gate

Looking through to the Coe fen path

Newnham
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
97559Photo #97559Sheep's Green bridge

Very narrow and busy but useful traffic free river crossing

Cambridge
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
97547Photo #97547Load em up

Bakfeits

Cambridge Market
Bicycle:
Misc
bicycles
97545Photo #97545Blades and buggies

Riverside shared path

Jesus Green
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
97544Photo #97544Something fishy

Cycle parking opposite the Old Cavendish Lab, Old School Lane
Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
97542Photo #97542Access to Trumpington Meadows Country Park - start of new (unsigned) route to Hauxton.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
97541Photo #97541End of new route in Trumpington Meadows Country ParkCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
97540Photo #97540New route in Trumpington Meadows Country ParkCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
97539Photo #97539Novelty cycle parking by the link from Byron's Pool to Trumpington Meadows Country ParkCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
97538Photo #97538Link from Byron's Pool to Trumpington Meadows Country Park.Track:
Infrastructure
track
97506Photo #97506Gates wide open on a Sunday morning, but no pedestrians or cyclists allowed on this construction access.General sign/notice:
Event
signs
97505Photo #97505Total incompetence - how hard could it have been to link the two cycleways?Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
97504Photo #97504Total incompetence - how hard could it have been to link the two cycleways?Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
97503Photo #97503Cycle parking and park - there's a small No Cycling sign just to the right.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
97502Photo #97502It's not clear whether this will remain a traffic-free cut-through - it could do with improving anyway.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
97501Photo #97501Cut-through from Trumpington Park Primary SchoolCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
97500Photo #97500Cycle parking at Trumpington Park Primary SchoolCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
97499Photo #97499The traffic lights default to green for the road and red for the busway - they seem to have totally forgotten about the cycleway!Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
97367Photo #97367Two patches collapsing on Fen CausewayPothole:
Problem
potholes
97366Photo #97366More potholes on another important cycling routePothole:
Problem
potholes
97365Photo #97365Coronation St (an important cycle route) just gets worse and worse.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97364Photo #97364Nasty pothole on an important cycle routePothole:
Problem
potholes
97363Photo #97363More potholes on this important cycle route.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97362Photo #97362Not just potholes, but the 20mph markings have virtually vanished too. Cambridge's roads are in a terrible state.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97359Photo #97359Rather surprised to see a Bike & Go bike in Cambridge (and with a passenger on the back) - the nearest rental point is in Ely.Bicycle:
Event
bicycles
97267Photo #97267The surface of Hobson Street is crumbling again.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97266Photo #97266The surface of Hobson Street is crumbling again (two bad patches in this photo)Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97265Photo #97265Decent enough emergency repair to the potholes (see #97071), but how long will it last, and it's a shame the footway is also crumbling here.Other:
Event
general
97081Photo #97081Another road in Cambridge falling to bits. This is just one of many potholes in Bridge Street. It's been roughly patched but that hasn't worked.Road environment:
Problem
road
97078Photo #97078There are potholes opening up all along Lensfield Road (part of Cambridge's inner ring road).Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97077Photo #97077There are potholes opening up all along Lensfield Road (part of Cambridge's inner ring road).Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97076Photo #97076There are potholes opening up all along Lensfield Road (part of Cambridge's inner ring road).Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97072Photo #97072There are potholes opening up all along Lensfield Road (part of Cambridge's inner ring road).Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97071Photo #97071Lensfield Road (part of Cambridge's inner ring road) is in a disastrous state.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97053Photo #97053I think this taxi driver genuinely thought he could drive down Bateman St (contraflow cycling only from this point). So much for local knowledge.Obstruction:
Event
obstructions
97052Photo #97052I'm unsure whether these signs are still relevant (I think the emergency mains water repair has been done) but they are blocking the footway. Would folding signs that can be stacked next to the road be a better option than this? (Comply with regulations and not block the path, I mean.)Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
97047Photo #97047Hills Road is falling apart,Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97046Photo #97046Hills Road is falling apart.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
97039Photo #97039Temporary-looking new building at Addenbrooke's with a considerable amount of secure cycle parking beneath.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
97038Photo #97038In fact bikes can be locked to the expensive new railings (although it took a while) - see #97037Other:
Infrastructure
general
97037Photo #97037Expensive railings installed to stop people locking their bikes to them... in theory... see #97038Other:
Infrastructure
general
96987Photo #96987I'd heard the new surface on Hills Road was falling apart, but didn't think it would be so bad.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
96986Photo #96986I'd heard the new surface on Hills Road was falling apart, but didn't think it would be so bad.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
96948Photo #96948Awful road surface on Kingston St, a busy cycle route.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
96839Photo #96839The old cycle by-pass to the no entry is gone, but where are the Except Cycles plates?

There's also quite a bit of unused footway space here that could accommodate street cycle parking.
Road environment:
Problem
road
96838Photo #96838Is this a two way street?

There are No Entry signs at the far end (see #96839).
Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
96831Photo #96831Station Road will be awful until redevelopment is finished (if ever), but this pothole does need fixing.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
96830Photo #96830Immediately south of where it was rebuilt, Tenison Avenue is now crumbling (like the rest of Cambridge).Pothole:
Problem
potholes
96829Photo #96829It's amazing that so much money was spent to supposedly calm motor traffic, yet cyclists have actually lost the right to turm right here. Incidentally, OpenCycleMap and Google Satellite both still show the old layout.Road environment:
Problem
road
96828Photo #96828Wintry commute

Sheeps Green
Bicycle:
Misc
bicycles
96612Photo #96612Upstairs in the new Decathlon shop there's a workshop as well as plenty of items for sale.Bike shop:
Good practice
bikeshops
96611Photo #96611Gwydir Street has been beautifully resurfaced.Road environment:
Good practice
road
96610Photo #96610Coronation Street is an important cycle route that the county refuses to maintain.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
96609Photo #96609Coronation Street is an important cycle route that the county refuses to maintain.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
96608Photo #96608Coronation Street is an important cycle route that the county refuses to maintain.Pothole:
Problem
potholes
96511Photo #96511This section of the pavement on Adams Road used to be really cracked and bumpy, but now look at it. No trees were harmed either. (As far as I can tell.)Other:
Good practice
general
96500Photo #96500Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.Other:
Infrastructure
general
96499Photo #96499Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.Other:
Infrastructure
general
96498Photo #96498Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook. This part was done differently to the others, and it's clearly incomplete.Other:
Infrastructure
general
96497Photo #96497Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.

This might be a semi-decent stab at filtered permeability / cycle street network. The bollards are OK. Maybe a little close, and of the unforgiving wooden design, but otherwise OK. They completely failed at building a flush interface between the two surfaces, though. This is quite a sharp jolt, especially for someone in a tricycle or recumbent.
Other:
Infrastructure
general
96496Photo #96496Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.Other:
Infrastructure
general
96495Photo #96495Bridge to the nature reserve, not yet connected to anything on this side.Other:
Infrastructure
general
96494Photo #96494Interesting desire line, maybe, on the way to the bridge over the brook.Other:
Infrastructure
general
96493Photo #96493Bridge to the nature reserve -- at least it'll be nice when it's doneOther:
Infrastructure
general
96492Photo #96492Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.Other:
Infrastructure
general
96491Photo #96491Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.Other:
Infrastructure
general
96490Photo #96490Connection from the future 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.Other:
Infrastructure
general
96489Photo #96489Someday this may form part of a 'strategic cycleway' on the west side of Hobson's brook.Other:
Infrastructure
general
96483Photo #96483Ridiculous 'Cyclists dismount and use footway' sign.

Meanwhile, the works are preparing to narrow the shared-use path in order to create yet another traffic lane! It's like I stepped into a time machine and ended up back in the 20th century, with the incessant and insane road-widening monster rolling on...
Road environment:
Problem
road
96479Photo #96479Rollercoaster footways, undulating up and down. They had complete freedom of design and lots of space, and yet they managed to build the footway in the worst possible way!Road environment:
Problem
road
96478Photo #96478New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.Road environment:
Problem
road
96476Photo #96476New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.Road environment:
Problem
road
96475Photo #96475New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.Road environment:
Problem
road
96473Photo #96473New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.

Note that the car has just blown past a sign reading 'No motorised vehicles except buses'
Road environment:
Problem
road
96471Photo #96471New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.Road environment:
Problem
road
96469Photo #96469New busway junction that prioritises a tiny amount of motor traffic over walking, cycling and public transport.Road environment:
Problem
road
96339Photo #96339CycleStreets co-working with our Leeds colleagues on the CYIPT cycle infrastructure prioritization project at Hot Numbers.Other:
Event
general
96338Photo #96338Yellow signs threatening seizure and extending into the distance, including apparently on the footway.General sign/notice:
Problem
signs
96249Photo #96249Nice house number!General sign/notice:
Good practice
signs
96226Photo #96226This section was resurfaced last May, and while it hasn't deteriorated as fast as Magdalene Street has, it is showing signs of wear sooner than it should. Look closely and it's clear the tarmac is beginning to break up and there's a rut appearing.Road environment:
Problem
road
96225Photo #96225CCSS seems to be the best of the Cambridge crammers/language schools for cycle parking.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking

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