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Photo listing : road environments (good practice)

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This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
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Community Library

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

Red Cross Lane, with very welcome new parking restrictions.

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).

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.

Have your say on Mill Road

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.

The Carter Bridge merges with Devonshire Road.

Traffic calming on a new development in Cambridge.

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

Toucan Crossing of Babraham Road now open.

Cambridge, Xmas lights switch on

Mill Road without the traffic danger

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

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

Mill Road much safer now

Al-fresco dining at Espresso Library, Cambridge’s bicycle cafe

King’s Parade, basically now pedestrianised.

Nightingale Avenue modal filter

Nightingale Avenue modal filer

Lane was coned off but traffic flowing fine, so maybe roadspace can be reallocated for cycle tracks.

Newmarket Road crossing

Bus gate signs that should mean this restriction becomes enforceable.

Bus gate signs that should mean this restriction becomes enforceable.

Clear markings at last for this junction on Mill Road.

Hills Road cycleway resurfaced 🤗

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

Hatching of the car door lane.

Parallel crossing on Huntingdon Road.

Filter left onto Devonshire Road.

Turning onto Tenison Road.

Hatching on Station Road warning of potential dooring.

Fabulously energetic campaign firmly opposing buses on Adams Road, Cambridge. Those links: W chng.it/2KDZGNxMYq 🐦@SaveCycleRoute https://twitter.com/SaveCycleRoute F Save Your Cycle Route https://www.facebook.com/saveyourcyc ... [more]

Baldock Road: Keeping the verges clear of stored motor vehicles using a physical barrier.

New cycleway and a bit of continuous footway too.

New cycleway and a continuous footway, too.

A brand new Zebra on Arbury Road.

Queen’s Road, Cambridge

Last evening of the Romsey Parklet on Mill Road, Cambridge.

Bridge Street, low traffic area

Bridge Street, a low traffic area

The Romsey Parklet Visit Romsey's new public space. Bring a picnic, buy some food, just sit and think. It's on Mill Road, it's free and it's yours! https://twitter.com/TParklet

Construction of the Romsey Parklet @RomseyParklet - which should bring people into the area for outdoor socialising during Summer 2019, for a more pleasant Mill Road

Dooring zone markings on the newly resurfaced Station Road, Cambridge - cyclists are entitled to keep well to the right.

Station Road has been fixed! with a short stretch of red cycle lane. Let's hope it lasts.

Surprisingly this delivery driver chose to stop jutting out into the carriageway rather than blocking the cycleway.

Nicely placed sharrow to get contra-flow cyclists riding well away from car doors. Compare #70403.

20mph in local streets

Coleridge West residents parking scheme in operation. Vehicles left here between 10am and 6pm require a fee-paid permit.

Harvest Way

African Road

Charles Street after a parking review has introduced double yellow lines on one side and stopped footway parking on the other. I wish we could do the same for all of Romsey 😀 that would be awesome 👏.

Footway delightfully clear (almost, one tyre only) after a ward review of residents parking.

Guest Road - two way for cycling and great to see that the whole width of the southbound lane has been used.

Cycle route over the cattle grids

Bollard prevents motor vehicles abusing the bus and cycle lane.

New cycle contraflow

Thoday Street contraflow cycle lane now marked.

Clare delighted that at last she can ride both ways in the street where she's been working for the last 30+ years.

Deliveroo rider takes his opportunity to get past our group of sedate #CamRideHome riders.

Two way Coronation Street.

Two way Coronation Street.

Two way in Norwich Street, Newtown

Emery Street contraflow cycling.

Emery Street contraflow cycling.

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

Emery Street contraflow cycling.

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

Perowne Street contraflow cycling.

Emery Road contraflow cycling.

Perowne Street contraflow cycling.

Perowne Street contraflow cycling.

Perowne Street contraflow cycling.

Thoday Street contra-flow markings.

Ross Street with contra-flow cycling marking. The same location an hour before: #98129.

Ross Street with contra-flow cycling marking.

Ross Street with contra-flow cycling marking.

Ross Street with contra-flow cycling marking. The same location an hour before: #98130.

Argyle Street with contra-flow cycling marking.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Sedgwick Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Sedgwick Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Catharine Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Sedgwick Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Argyle Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Argyle Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Argyle Street, and a siamese-looking cat basking in one of the first really decent days of spring.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Argyle Street.

Preliminary ground work for the Chisholm trail.

Senate House Location: , Cambridge (England, United Kingdom) Senate House

Trinity Street Location: , Cambridge (England, United Kingdom) Trinity Street

Sedgwick Street contra-flow cycling marking. Enjoy this gallery of other ones nearby: https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/photomap/tags/twowaycycling2018/

Thoday Street contra flow cycling marking.

Sign showing contra-flow cycling at last!

3/3. New contra flow cycling marking.

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