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Photo listing : roadworks (good practice)

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Chisholm Trail construction

Pontoon

New ramp in place.

Abbey Chesterton bridge on the Chisholm Trail

Abbey Chesterton Bridge https://twitter.com/simon_nuttall/status/1257714184504123393?s=20

Abbey Chesterton bridge all three parts joined together. https://twitter.com/simon_nuttall/status/1257701367046692874?s=20

Abbey Chesterton bridge part one is here! Tweets From the leader of the City Council https://twitter.com/lewis_herbert/status/1257268258920636416?s=20 On the lorry and the cradle: https://twitter.com/GreaterCambs/status/125725571 ... [more]

Chisholm Trail bridge construction during lockdown, there were a few workers here today.

Construction of the southern support for the Abbey Chesterton Bridge on the Chisholm Trail.

Construction of the northern support for the Abbey Chesterton Bridge on the Chisholm Trail.

Emergency gas roadworks closing one lane but maintaining full access to the cycle track.

No Overtaking Cyclists past these roadworks - which were cleared away by 1.30pm on a Friday.

Preliminary ground work for the Chisholm trail.

In its own way, rather beautiful. A temporary four way crossing control point (because of road works happening nearby) with provision for those on bikes.

Shared-use pavement work going on. Diversion onto road now includes ramps for riders (it didn't yesterday!). And this means taking a road lane out to temporary traffic lights. Now, to get those awkward concrete blocks out of the diversion r ... [more]

Tenison Road closure to through-traffic during works - perhaps this should be made permanent, given that people are coping for 3 months?

The ground has been cut! Cambridgeshire Highways start work on installing cycle parking in Thoday Street. https://twitter.com/simon_nuttall/status/573067490986729472

The iron work is still a little raised but Short Street is finally being resurfaced, with the setts removed too. Let's hope it lasts.

A photo showing how a cycle lane closure should be handled. Not with a 'Cyclists Dismount' sign but a simple white arrow on a blue background.

Cycle Lane Closed Cyclists merging from the left

The right way to deal with closure of a cycle lane for roadworks - rather than the usual "Cyclists Dismount". Note that the smaller sign behind instructs drivers not to overtake cyclists because of narrow lanes. (Although not entirely cle ... [more]

At last! the awful cycle lane on Bateman Street being dug up and resurfaced.

A cycle lane created during these works on Hills Road which are necessary to re-site some services which lie under the road.

It's great that there's a northbound cycle lane on Hills Road while northbound vehicles have to go a long way around!

Busy cycle route (and dead-end road) being repaired at last!

Busy but potholed cycle route being repaired.

Space left for cyclists at a road closure

Space left for cyclists at a road closure

Its good to see a cycling gap in this 'road closure'. But the gap on the far side of the road does not look official.

Getting somewhere? Roadworks without 'Cyclists Dismount' signs.

Getting somewhere? Roadworks without 'Cyclists Dismount' signs.

Good practice for protecting a cycle lane at roadworks.

Grange Road - still open for cycling while repairs on water pipes are carried out.

Cycle lane retained during works by adding cones.

Re-surfacing of Mill Road

Nice to see some accommodation for cycling as part of the road works on Newmarket Road - September 2003.

Accommodation of cyclists during roadworks.

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