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This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
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Southbound cycle lane through the Histon Road roadworks - the yellow signs now say 'Reading this whilst driving a Motor Vehicle? You're driving ILLEGALLY the wrong way. CCTV in operation. You have been REPORTED'

Flattened A

Downing Street The wheel holding devices on these racks have survived longer than similar racks like #146044 in the city. Maybe these are by a different manufacturer.

Outside Nando’s: the foreground the marker on the ground advises customers to wait there if they are collecting. The next marker indicates where the “Rider” should wait for their next delivery.

St Andrew’s St

Racks at the city council offices entrance

Flattened-A style sheffield stands at the Lion Yard shopping centre.

The Carter Bridge merges with Devonshire Road.

Traffic calming on a new development in Cambridge.

Detail of the ramp shown in #155072. The ramp is flush with the road and the slightly raised footway.

Access to a shop entrance via a ramp from the road up to the kerb. For detail of the ramp see #155073.

Marmora Road build out at junction with Suez Road. There is a dropped kerb within the buildout.

View from Babraham Road towards the Nine Wells.

Toucan Crossing of Babraham Road now open.

Transport 2020, Cambridge

The Abbey-Chesterton Bridge on Ditton Meadows.

The elegance of the Abbey Chesterton Bridge on the Chisholm Trail emerges from the engineering works.

The Abbey Chesterton Bridge in situ at last. There were lots of people walking around today on Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows - exercising in the mild November air and many of them had come to look at the bridge and the cranes.

The newly sited Abbey-Chesterton Bridge - alongside the railway bridge. The photo also shows the set of points, a.k.a.turnout, which southbound (towards the camera) trains use to switch tracks after leaving Cambridge North station.

Ta-da! https://t.co/cVhReDPuTU

The Abbey-Chesterton bridge in-situ.

Cambridge, Xmas lights switch on

Luard Road

Luard Road

Mill Road without the traffic danger

Night lighting near the observatory.

Outdoor dining area at the Grafton Centre during COVID-19. Shame Mill Road traders never bothered to ask for the same during the summer.

Colourful lighting at Riverside Bridge.

Impressive cycle racks at the Rainbow Rocket climbing place.

Mill Road without the congestion, now that through-traffic has been removed

A helpful extra bit of tarmac where this cycleway passes near the supermarket deliveries entrance.

A very useful triangle of tarmac makes this route a little bit more pleasant.

Choice of travel modes at Gonville Hotel.

Gonville Hotel tandems!

Mill Road much safer now

New planters in Nightingale Avenue.

New stronger cattle grid replacing one that was quite bent.

1980s LTN facilitated by this simple gate. This is widely supported and there is no movement to remove these. Would be good to replace this with a more accessible bollard.

Jetty incomplete - do not enter!

Cycle parking on a university site

New yellow lines have resulted in an immediate improvement to reduce the pavement parking problem previously here, following campaigning by Camcycle.

At last, rat-running through Newtown has been stopped. Much safer now for walking and cycling.

The green sign does give a positive 'Road Open' message.

Cycle lanes repainted and yellow lines finally added!

Years of campaigning by Camcycle have finally paid off! Yellow lines, will mean fines for anyone parking on the pavement have finally been installed. This persistent offender has finally got a ticket.

Years of campaigning by Camcycle have finally paid off! Yellow lines, will mean fines for anyone parking on the pavement have finally been installed.

King’s Parade, basically now pedestrianised.

Nightingale Avenue modal filter

Nightingale Avenue modal filer

Experimental modal filter, part of the GCP's response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Experimental modal filter, part of the GCP's response to the Covid-19 pandemic. https://www.greatercambridge.org.uk/transport/transport-projects/city-access-response-to-covid-19-pandemic

Experimental modal filter, part of the GCP's response to the Covid-19 pandemic. https://www.greatercambridge.org.uk/transport/transport-projects/city-access-response-to-covid-19-pandemic

Experimental modal filter giving more space for people to socially distance while walking & cycling, part of the GCP's response to the Covid-19 pandemic. https://www.greatercambridge.org.uk/transport/transport-projects/city-access-respon ... [more]

Experimental modal filter giving more space for people to socially distance while walking & cycling, part of the GCP's response to the Covid-19 pandemic. https://www.greatercambridge.org.uk/transport/transport-projects/city-access-respon ... [more]

Silver Street bus gate is now 24/7.

Experimental modal filter giving more space for people to socially distance while walking & cycling, part of the GCP's response to the Covid-19 pandemic. https://www.greatercambridge.org.uk/transport/transport-projects/city-access-respon ... [more]

Newmarket Road crossing

Chisholm Trail construction

Pontoon

New ramp in place.

Mill Road bridge

Locomotive themed planter and cycle parking outside the co-op on Mill Road.

Well used racks by day, and mostly empty at night see #146065.

Bus gate signs that should mean this restriction becomes enforceable.

Bus gate signs that should mean this restriction becomes enforceable.

'I'm forever blowing bubbles..' An Oxwash cargo bike blows bubbles from the small machine on the bike rack to advertise their services.

I had these installed 18 years ago 🤗, they fill up during the day see #147131.

Clear markings at last for this junction on Mill Road.

On this busy cycleway a single cattle grid for cyclists is not enough, so two have been installed,one for each direction. The third cattle grid on the right is for wheelchair users (and requires two right-angle turns, presumably to prev ... [more]

Hills Road cycleway resurfaced 🤗

Hills Road cycleway resurfaced 🤗

Northern side of Cutter Ferry Bridge over the River Cam. It is good to see that there is no bollard in the middle of the path. In the past there was a single bollard in the middle. Since the ramp is less than 3m wide this meant the ga ... [more]

Mill Road bridge, ironic poster: I WANNA DRIVE MAH BRUM BRUM and there's a picture of a crying infant with text: Pedestrian safety? Don't care Environment? Don't care Cyclist safety? Don't care Kids' safety? Don't care Cafes ... [more]

Charging point for two electric pool cars at the Institute of Astronomy

Three cycle hangars (very rare in Cambridge) at the Institute of Astronomy

Covered cycle parking and tools at the Institute of Astronomy

It's so easy to cycle along and across Mill Road with through traffic removed.

Lots of covered cycle parking at the Anne McLaren Building on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Contra flow cycling affirmed by this sign, but see #137443.

There are pairs of cycle stands dotted around Trumpington Park

Footbridge connecting Hobson's Brook path with the new development. It is possible to wheel a cycle through but mobility scooters would be a tight squeeze at the gate.

Abbey Chesterton bridge on the Chisholm Trail

A sign adjacent to the entrance gate describes this cycle park as a “Bicycle storage area” and rejects any liability even when it is their negligence. I think it needs some nice pictures or colourful artwork to brighten it up inside, ... [more]

Hatching of the car door lane.

There are pairs of cycle stands dotted around Centrum Gardens in the Novo development at Great Kneighton

There are pairs of cycle stands dotted around Centrum Gardens in the Novo development at Great Kneighton

There are pairs of cycle stands dotted around Centrum Gardens in the Novo development at Great Kneighton

Histon Road Recreation Ground has been improved for cycling - the route to the right is even lit.

High capacity lo-high cycle parking with anchor point that conveniently allows the frame to be locked to the rack.

Cycle parking for construction workers at the Cavendish III Lab

Considerate Contractors provide cycle parking for construction workers at the Cavendish III Lab

Covered cycle parking at the Vet School

Anglia Ruskin University bike incentive scheme https://aru.ac.uk/students-and-staff

Babraham Park n Ride

Babraham Park n Ride

Babraham Park n Ride

Cycle shelter at Pringle House, Milton Road

Parking at a dental clinic

There's plenty of cycle parking at Stir (more to the right)

There's plenty of cycle parking at Stir (more around the corner)

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