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Photo listing : road environments (misc)

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This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Two's company Trumpington Street, Cambridge

Corn Exchange Street from above

Cylist stopping on the narrow traffic island at the Milton Road / Gilbert Road junction. See also #56805

Cycle lanes like this and advanced stop boxes do not protect people cycling from left turning traffic such as this articulated lorry.

Junction of Clarendon St, Parkside (on left) and Parker St. The blue sign indicates the cycle route going diagonally across the junction onto the pavement alongside Parkside. Straight on is prohibited for all vehicles, including cyclists.

Riverside, Cambridge. The road is narrowed by parking and the footway is only on one side, and narrow. The road is shared by pedestrians, cyclists and cars.

Riverside, Cambridge

Riverside, Cambridge

Riverside, Cambridge. This part was comprehensively rebuilt in 2011.

Scene exiting from Cambridge railway station.

York Street.

See clip at Yes, I'm human, I made a mistake. However, no one was hurt and both parties went their ways smiling. An apology IS important! However, perhaps it's important to look why I was rushing to get out ... [more]

Licensed private-hire vehicle, which had been waiting illegally on the pavement in a no waiting no loading at any time section of highway, moves off, without indicating, in the path of two cyclists and a motor vehicle.

A view of Water Street looking towards the Green Dragon pub.

Limoncello (an italian deli in Cambridge) Business Catering and Picnic Service

David Street

Update: these lines were removed on night of 1/3/2012, so the problem is now resolved. This cycle lane was repainted on 28/2/2012 - it used to stop short of the roundabout. But it is so narrow at the end, and narrows so suddenly, it is n ... [more]

Junction with Coldham's Lane

This is the line at the end of the Pembroke Street contraflow: it looks like a 'stop line'. It probably was painted with the intention of *being* a stop line; it is true to state that, unless it's two-thirty in the morning, one cannot do an ... [more]

A traffic-free Pembroke Street; taken during those 2009 sewer works.

Bridge street in the morning rush. I count 21 people cycling in this photograp, one bus (nearly empty), no cars. If those people were in cars the queue would be nose to tail, over 100m long. I made a 40 second video and counted 47 bik ... [more]

North side shared-use footway is poorly surfaced, and gets little cycle use, especially eastbound (downhill at this point)

New Hills Road bridge cycle lanes.

2m closure from Brampton Road facing towards Thoday Street.

Approaching the Mill Road, Kingston Street, Devonshire Road junction, on a newly surfaced and repainted road.

Addenbrooke's Access Road (so called)

A splash of colour. Sidney Street.

Dimensions of Hills Road Bridge

End of the Hills Road bridge roadworks

Former garage now demolished

Water Street, Chesterton.

Sidney Street - one way for cycling (theoretically). Why ?

Congestion on East Road.

Rush hour traffic on Milton Road.

The clever way to travel down Milton Road in rush hour. Cyclists move faster and beat congestion.

Milton Road Bus & Cycle Lane on a Friday morning 8:30 am. Now wait for the guided bus....

Curvy bus stops.

Traffic proceeds straight on through the lane with little deviation.

Little deviation - motor vehicles do not need to deviate their path much from straight on through this lane.

Road layout by the rising bollard in Regent Street.

Route to the Science Park

Histon Road

Grange Road

King's Parade

Market Street

Mill Road

Red Cross Lane

M11 from bridge

Kinross Road, Cambridge

Kinross Road, Cambridge

Road to Chesterton Mills

Whitehouse Lane

Carlton Way

Looks like a small industrial area.

Mortimer Road

Selwyn Road

County Arms pub

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