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This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
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Paramedic bicycles in use at Chariots of Fire 2021

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge http://arbart.crassh.cam.ac.uk/dewaal/

EDMUND DE WAAL art submerged beneath the ground at the Alison Richard building, University of Cambridge http://arbart.crassh.cam.ac.uk/dewaal/

Cycle themed bar at The Orator, at the Cambridge Union.

Progress continues on Histon Road and the safe 'Cyclops' junction Camcycle campaigned for is nearing completion.

Newly laid asphalt at the Chisholm Trail bridge, Chesterton.

Newly laid asphalt at the Chisholm Trail bridge, Chesterton.

Much easier access to the towpath at Fen Road than previously.

Margaret Wright community orchard.

This section of the Chisholm Trail is built on a bed of gravel that is designed both to protect tree roots and the path from the roots causing ridges on the path. Only along a short stretch where trees grow on this side of the brook.

The Chisholm Trail underpass at Newmarket Road.

Stop me and buy one in Gwydir Street, Cambridge https://www.instagram.com/cambridge_craft_lollies/

Lost 🐈‍⬛ Have you seen it? £300 for the painting!

Designated Picnic Area in the service road behind Mill Road's 'Broadway'.

Girton Youth Project’s graffiti promises a brighter future for walls and people. There are some useable racks here, and some poor ones, see #172429.

Voi escooters and ebikes in Ditton Walk, Cambridge

Modal filter on Storey’s Way

A nice feature on the cycle route from Cherry Hinton to Cambridge

Crossing to the cycle route to Mallets Road - unlike the new crossings at the Robin Hood junction, this is a clear single-stage cycle crossing.

Mill Road

Cafés in the evening on Mill Road

Mill Road without vast amounts of through-traffic

Mill Road without vast amounts of through-traffic

Parent with children cycling on Mill Road, now it’s safer

Parking without blocking access to front doors.

Parking without blocking access to front doors.

Parking without blocking access to front doors.

Bike racks in Thoday Street.

Cycle parking near to the supermarket entrance.

Just two weeks since a coalition took over the county council and already the dangerous pop-up barriers here have been removed. Coincidence? See #151657, #151658, #156151, #168794

Cycling with easel.

Nice - a link so cyclists can cross one side of Madingley Road then use the lights to cross the other side.

Lower traffic on Mill Road

The Coton M11 bridge has finally reopened, and the Coton Path seems to have been rebuilt the whole way from the bridge to Coton.

Poor stretch of path between the West Cambridge site and the Coton M11 bridge

Plaque on the 'CTC bench' - The Cyclists Touring Club Cambridge have met here since 11 May 1921 - just a couple of weeks until their centenary !

Coton path

Very tight chicane by a walkway between buildings - a necessary measure with these desire and sight lines.

Nice semi covered racks at the Maxwell Centre, West Cambridge.

Cycle parking at the Aura marketing suite, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm - very Cambridge

This area is Cambridge's Tesla Valley, with lots of charging points for electric cars, and also lots of bike stands, of which these were the most stylish.

New improved arrangement at the east end of Downing Street, with the awkward island and bollard removed and the traffic light phases changed - see also the advanced green light for cyclists.

A dinkydoors foto-me booth on Mill Road bridge. It disappeared sometime on Friday evening: https://twitter.com/dinky_doors/status/1377894935668654082?s=21 There is a followup response see #166667.

A bus during the Chisholm Trail diversion.

Carpenter's bike and trailer.

It's a pretty minor link but still, it's good to have a cycle route sign.

The chicane has been lengthened making it much more pleasant for cycling 🤗 because it does not require a sharp turn. I suppose it also easier for motorcycles too 🤭. This is a great improvement over previously, see #49119.

The chicane has been lengthened making it much more pleasant for cycling 🤗 because it does not require a sharp turn. I suppose it also easier for motorcycles too 🤭. This is a great improvement over previously, see #5964

Cycle parking near the hotel main entrance in a good visible location.

New cycle contraflow sign following the installation of a modal filter on Panton St.

Lots of Outspoken panniers on these rental bikes at Trumpington Park & Ride

Trumpington Park 'n' Ride site. Two columns each of 16 toastracks plus 8 toastracks in between the two columns. Each toastrack can accommodate 8 cycles. That's a total of (16 + 16 + 8) * 8 = 320 cycle parking places. These fit into ... [more]

Additional cycle parking at Trumpington Road park ’n’ ride during lockdown.

Rounded A racks

Ronald Rolph Court is an area of small businesses.

Bollards are the only sure way to stop this being overrun by motor vehicles. Fixes problem reported in #87878.

New Panton Street LTN - could do with some plants in the planter.

Community Library

Modal filter created by gate

A post marking the location of Trinity College Conduit an historic method of providing fresh water to colleges.

Success - Norfolk Street now a School Street - long overdue given the danger shown at #91918 and #10532

The width restriction has been changed to a No Motor Vehicles restriction.

Red Cross Lane, with very welcome new parking restrictions.

The hedge along here has been well trimmed back.

Cycleway near busway in Trumpington.

Panton Street experimental traffic order allowing two-way cycling and prohibiting through motor traffic.

Panton Street has an experimental traffic order changing this section to one-way except cycles.

Panton Street two-way for cycling at last (experimental order).

Tree blockage of #160701 removed

Mill Road bus gate signage

Mill Road bus gate signage

Mill Road bus gate signage

Mill Road bus gate signage

Cyclesmith bike shop on Cambridge market. https://www.facebook.com/cambridgecyclesmith https://twitter.com/camcyclesmith

Cambridge market open again after a two week hiatus.

Hurray signage that is for pedestrians and cyclists 👏 And the wasp bike man on patrol with his white noise radio.

The Bicycle Ambulance has moved! Ricky in the new premises off Ditton Walk with the same wrench as previously at #12082. https://bicycleambulance.com/

Changed priority, giving cyclists using Kings’s Parade priority, which is much safer and more sensible given the lack of traffic using Silver Street these days.

Changed priority, giving cyclists using Kings’s Parade priority, which is much safer and more sensible given the lack of traffic using Silver Street these days.

Changed priority, giving cyclists using Kings’s Parade priority, which is much safer and more sensible given the lack of traffic using Silver Street these days.

Altered priorities at the Silver / Trumpington St junction. Part of Tranche 2 of the active travel programme.

This flyer from Petersfield Labour (probably around 2012) gives the history of the closure to through traffic.

In the vortex

Cycle stands in the gangway of King’s College School’s sport / concert hall.

Toast rack at the Dumpling Tree Chinese restaurant.

Toast rack on Regent Street

Tinsel storage area 🤗🎄🤣

BMX in use before it’s officially open!

Zedify deliveries from Mill Road

Posties are back on bikes! Only as a Covid-19 measure - they have the choice of riding as a passenger in the van, or coming by bike. And Zedify are delivering with courier bikes.

BMX track

Poster backing the changes to Mill Road bridge.

The longitudinal barriers have been removed.

The longitudinal barriers have been removed.

Modal filter on Coronation Street

Well placed cycle parking by the entrance of the friendly Cambridge Wine Merchants on Cherry Hinton Road.

A new business has opened up during the period of the bridge closure to through-traffic and during the pandemic on Mill Road - Harvest.

A good load of shopping at the supermarket

Have your say on Mill Road

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'

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