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Photo listing : cycleways (event)

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Flowers at the site on the busway two years on from a fatal crash: see #102153 Messages from colleagues, family and friends.

Cycleways taking shape at the Fendon Road roundabout.

Cambridgeshire County Council has removed the cycle lane markings on Shelford Rd, apparently as part of their response to Covid-19 - no idea what they plan to replace them with, but it doesn't seem to make much sense as yet.

Cyclist on the shared-use footway with cycle lane markers painted on the road by Extinction Rebellion to urge the county council to get on with taking space from cars for Covid-19 social distancing.

Cycleway into the next phase of Darwin Green

Saw this as cycled in this morning to round on one of our wards for patients with suspected covid-19. I’m guessing a fair few other staff @CUH_NHS & @RoyalPapworth also saw and appreciated the sentiment. Thanks to whoever involved. We’r ... [more]

Mobike on a bus stop.

Camcycle infrastructure tour on Green End Road.

Camcycle infrastructure tour on Green End Road.

Signage still inadequate? Another car tries to use the busway destroying all four tyres in the process #cambridgebusway https://t.co/jGrcwPmGkU Ed: according to replies to the originating tweet the car carried on to the end of this buswa ... [more]

Counting point The screen line goes from where the camera is standing to the tree in the centre in the distance - the one closest to the H in PAPWORTH. Traffic passing the screen line from right to left was counted as northbound, othe ... [more]

Spotted earlier. Short and to the point. https://t.co/txqMo7pO6c

Cutting back vegetation about a year after a rider was killed on this stretch of the busway cycleway.

Walkers 🤗

Route due to close today for work to begin installation of the Abbey to Chesterton foot and cycle bridge. #ChisholmTrail

Cutting the sod: a ceremony to mark the start of construction of the Chisholm Trail, and in particular the Abbey-Chesterton bridge. Jim Chisholm (lead campaigner, Camcycle), a BBC reporter and Lewis Herbert (leader Cambridge City Council ... [more]

Canvassing by local councillors on the day that contraflow cycling signage has gone up. https://twitter.com/simon_nuttall/status/986662533217079297

Very adequate diversion around building work - no need for the sign in #98159

#Cambridgeproblems oars on the cycleway!

There are still lots of hoardings up along and across the shared-use paths around the Eddington site

Quite a big queue waits for a break in the downpour on the cycle bridge over the railway at Cambridge.

Cycling Embassy of Great Britain meeting in Cambridge

Cycleway being installed

Cycleway being installed

Lots of sticks on the busway after storm Doris.

Cambridgeshire County Council Planning Committee, where the Chesterton/Abbey Bridge is being determined.

Council meeting considering two-way cycling in one-way streets

Camcycle stall near Chesterton co-operative.

Celebrating 1,000,000 cycle journeys at the barometer on Parker's Piece.

Celebrating 1,000,000 cycle journeys at the barometer on Parker's Piece.

For irregular users of this cycle route, it's got a little muddy because of the road works happening on Grange Road. One to be aware of.

Economy and Environment Committee meeting considering cycle improvements

Chisholm Trail Development Control Forum

A roller-blader on Hills Road cycleway. This guy was really fast and kept up with me as we went into the centre. He often changed from the cycleway to the footway according to which had the fastest (smoothest) surface. He obeyed all the red ... [more]

Anyone know where this is? - picture shows a sign from the original DfT advance stop lanes trial (probably from the 1980s)

Seamless Integration conference tour - Gilbert Road

This seems to be at the end of a naked bike ride event - we happened upon it on our way into town.

New kerb alignment shows width of forthcoming Hills Road cycle track

Hills Road cycleway under constrution

New kerb alignment shows width of forthcoming Hills Road cycle track

Scene of yesterday's busway crash (see #74275), and on the right a path link to the busway which joins to a crossing at the bus stop. There's some damage to the busway guides which presumably explains the 10mph. Judging by how far from t ... [more]

#live Cambridgeshire Guided Bus recovery underway https://t.co/ly9Z3R67JS https://t.co/BDt7BAnUzu See also index of Busway cameras: http://www.rtaylor.co.uk/cambscc-cambridge-cctv.html

Trees being chopped down to make way for a cycle track that some feel isn't really in the right place anyway.

Trees being chopped down to make way for a cycle track that some feel isn't really in the right place anyway.

Residents concerned about the Ice Rink

Plastic matting used during the Ice Rink 2015, installed in such a way that slippages could occur to due approaching at an angle

Economy & Environment Committee considering the Abbey/Chesterton Bridge

Jim Chisholm speaking to the Economy & Environment Committee for the approval of the Abbey-Chesterton Bridge

New Hills Road cycleway under construction

New Hills Road cycleway under construction

New Hills Road cycleway under construction

New Hills Road cycleway, with bus stop bypass, under construction

New Hills Road cycleway under construction

New Hills Road cycleway under construction

New Hills Road cycleway under construction

New Hills Road cycleway under construction

Temporary rerouting of path being done

Temporary rerouting of path being done

The ride to Cambridge Cycling Campaign's 20th birthday picnic

End of unexpected offroad section of the ride to the Cambridge Cycling Campaign's 20th birthday picnic.

Unexpected offroad section of Start of the ride to the Cambridge Cycling Campaign's 20th birthday picnic.

The ride to the Cambridge Cycling Campaign's 20th birthday picnic - waiting to cross Coldham's Lane in small groups.

The A10 Corridor Cycling Campaign's annual awareness ride at the start of the new Trumpington-Harston cycle route.

Cycle path on West Cambridge currently closed. Temporary diversion has a proper surface! It's narrow and shared with pedestrians, but it is smooth, without transitions and solid. Only issue was on signage: while there was a way throug ... [more]

Potential landing point for Chisholm Trail bridge

That is my front light on the ground at Shire Hall, disappearing into the distance caputred by my @cycliq http://cycliq.com/ on a #CamRideHome I was at the back of the pack so its gone!

Northstowe Phase 2 being considered

Discussing options for improving access to / from Carter Bridge.

Camlakes giving their presentation to Cambridge Cycling Campaign's monthly meeting, August 2014

Making Space for Cycling being posted to Councillors

A well attended #CamRideHome followed the route of Monday's TdF.

One of the solar studs being tried out on the shared use path across Lammas Land. They have been installed on the section that goes past the tennis courts but no further.

Cycling barometer counts a bike.

Cycle path closed during works

Cycle path closed during works

Present at the 'Improve Nuffield & Green End Road petition' - http://iitm.be/NuffieldRoad - hand-over were today from left to right: - Hester Wells, Coordinator of Cambridge Cycling Campaign - Noel Kavanagh, County Councillor for ... [more]

Voting at a Council meeting

Reach Fair ride 2014 crossing Ditton Meadows

#CamRideHome on the recently refurbished Green Dragon Bridge.

Cambridge Cycling Campaign giving out postcards directed to Cambridgeshire County Council in support of the Hills Road hybrid cycle lane scheme.

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57470

Cambridge Cycling Campaign Stall Bike in an event to support the proposed hybrid cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Sherlock Road.

Everyday cycling in East Chesterton, Cambridge.

The morning rush in Cambridge. See also in short videos: http://iitm.be/CBrush

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's Stall Bike at Coldhams Common. Campaigners counting four times as many cyclists as walkers during the morning rush. The Campaign was promoting the Coldhams Common Consultation, which you can fill in online a ... [more]

Cambridge Cycling Campaign's stall bike at the Milton Road / Gilbert Road junction on Thu 13FEB2014 between 7:30 to 9am. The peak flow in the movement monitored was southbound cycling: 254 cyclists (of these 72% were in the main carriageway ... [more]

Cyclists travelling through the junction from Gilbert Road during the morning rush. Most of them are travelling southbound into Milton Road, videos at http://iitm.be/GilbMilt. See also #56791

Cambridge Cycling Campaign documenting cyclists travelling through the junction from Gilbert Road southbound into Milton Road, videos at http://iitm.be/GilbMilt. See also #56783

Wheels or paddle? The path under Victoria Avenue bridge floods when the river is high.

No warning signs for either walkers or riders to advise of the closure of Green Dragon Bridge on this - one of its main approaches.

No warning signs for either walkers or riders to advise of the closure of Green Dragon Bridge on this - one of its main approaches.

Planning new cycle routes through Cambridge at secret meeting at @HaymakersCam with @hesterkw @swhitebread

County Council has responded to calls by Cambridge Cycling Campaign about the darkness of the junction. Thanks to the Cycling Officers for pushing internally.

Members of Cambridge Cycling Campaign considering possible solutions for Trumpington Road outside the Botanic Gardens.

Members of Cambridge Cycling Campaign considering possible solutions for Trumpington Road outside the Botanic Gardens.

Members of Cambridge Cycling Campaign considering possible solutions for Trumpington Road outside the Botanic Gardens.

Robin showing how much space there is for cycle infrastructure on Huntingdon Road.

Substantial surface and environmental improvements underway on link between Woodhead Drive and Hawkins Road.

Cycling is in our DNA suggests this BBC report: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-23274432

Reduced capacity at the Catholic Church junction for 3 months. What's the betting that people will have adjusted their travel patterns after this, meaning that cycle space would be achievable now after all?

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