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Photo listing : general sign/notices (good practice)

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

Mill Road bridge

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]

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

Good practice at the Fendon Road roundabout roadworks

I've not seen these before so they might be quite old, but the advice on them about how to securely lock a bike is good. Slightly ironic that it's a University initiative given how bad some of their bike parking is, sadly.

Unofficial looking 20mph sign in Devonshire Road.

New white lines and safety warning after a cyclist was killed by a guided bus near here.

Reality Checkpoint now with door. https://twitter.com/dinky_doors https://www.dinkydoors.co.uk/ https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-isle-of-man-46155597

New contraflow cycling markings on Union Road, Cambridge.

The far western end of Coronation St is now two-way for cycling - improving connections to the new crossing to the fens and Newnham.

Except cycles at last!

Just seen this sign on leaving our house that two way cycling in Thoday Street is legal at last! Enjoy this gallery of other ones nearby: https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/photomap/tags/twowaycycling2018/ OSM updated: https://www.op ... [more]

Nice house number!

It gets put away once the contractors doing the road works have finished for the day which seems odd, but otherwise A Good Thing to see. (Some punctuation would be helpful too.)

Tag used for believed abandoned bikes

Warning of bike theft at The Punter pub, Cambridge

New signage to Cambridge North station, being utilitised by a local bicycle user

Amusing safer stickers

Good practice where a new cycleway is being built.

Share with care - far better sign than inappropriately banning cycling

An old 8-freight frame is used to point the way to The Bike Depot.

Cyclists give way to pedestrians - sensible signage

Warning of police tracker bikes.

Contraflow cycling sign in Vinery Road - taken just as a helicopter has taken off from Romsey Recreation ground.

Cycle counter Parker's Piece

I am very pleased to see this "Except cycles" at the otherwise banned right turn into Kingston Street. I noticed it for the first time this morning.

No overtaking during roadworks - this is the correct sign to use rather than "Cyclists dismount"

Sign about the new cycle park at Cambridge Station

Except cycles sign

'Be safe, be seen' poster seen around the University aimed at students to use lights.

Eyes poster

At last the one-way signs (see #64494) have been replaced with contraflow signs here in Cockburn Street. There are three in this shot, one on the left and two on the right - (one of them in the far distance partially obscured by a van). ... [more]

Good to see walking treated like a proper form of transport through the provision of proper diversion signage. Shame about the cyclists dismount, though.

Garden Walk - with 'Except cycles' subpanels on the no entry signs, and a sharrow.

Temporary notice (during the Cambridge Folk Festival) in St Thomas's Square advising: Please do not park in surrounding roads (\) Use the designated car parks

Sign advising HGVs not to overtake cyclists.

Corrected contraflow sign. See #65106

@simon_nuttall @hopsncheese @orangemousse @cyclestreets Here it is from the same view as earlier tweet. http://t.co/tiBWbctSof

Cyclists Beware of Children and Be Aware of Cyclists signs at new bridge into St Mary's Junior School - created for pedestrians and cyclists, of course.

Centaur Cycles are the best the World Produces faded painted end wall advertisement

Two rotating Stop signs to allow pedestrians and (dismounted) cyclists to pass this construction site.

Contraflow cycle symbol aims to make drivers aware of oncoming cycles

Bike Barometer proving quite a tourist attraction.

Appropriate and polite sign during event.

Bike barometer video

Cycle counter

Not before time! As long as it's legally enforceable, that is.

OWL Bikes, offering repairs at the University Library every Thursday

Think! advert from the government

Old sign suggesting parking on grass verge not permitted by byelaw.

Trixi mirror to enable lorry drivers to see cyclists more easily

Early-start cycle lights - working well

Big sign explaining footpath closure - (which has now finished).

Anglian Water warns drivers leaving its premises when entering Cowley Road: "BEWARE - Cyclists have priority. Give way to cyclists. Look left and right. (CEO is a cyclist, too). The cyclist in the picture is on the main carriageway, avoi ... [more]

Unexplained Cambridge poster full of cycles on Christ's Lane. Shame cycling is apparently prohibited in the actual street.... https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/status_of_miltons_walk_and_chris

"Quiet walls and walked stone lead to hidden squares and bursts of persistent lawn." ... and there are flames of green on the door.

These two banners were the backdrop to Cambridgeshire Road Safety's stall at the 2013 Societies' Fair on Parker's Piece. Very pleasing to see these positive images of cyclists and this is a complete turnaround from the heavily helmeted a ... [more]

Correct signage to be used in such cases.

Event signage that is tolerant of the rider. But at the other end of the common there's the usual dismount sign.

'Thinking of stealing a bike?' sign.

20mph roundels have appeared - now no excuse for breaking the speed limit.

Excellent work - the sign obstructing the cycleway has now been moved to the other side of the road, as shown here.

"Cyclists give way to pedestrians" sign on Cutter Ferry bridge during the first Cycling Infrastructure Safari with the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain, see also #48243.

Chloe's school project presented the Cycle Network in Cambridgeshire.

A sign giving information about a leisure walk. http://www.walkcam2012.co.uk/

Polite sign

In Cambridge, my experience has been that some of property developers promise so much yet deliver so little when it comes to cycling infrastructure. But this advert on Cambridge Railway platform 1 does look promising because a rider dominat ... [more]

For once, correct use of a Cyclists Dismount sign - there's no need for cyclists to go this way.

Cyclists correctly exempted at a traffic closure

Cyclists correctly exempted at a traffic closure

New info panel at Cherry Hinton brook.

Christ on a bike will be paid - 20p a mile.

A rider takes advantage of the cyclists' exception in Bene't Street.

Highly visible bollard that flexes if you hit it.

The correct way to sign a closure

Good to see proper diversion sign in place, though this is blocking the pavement

Cycles exempted from no right turn restriction

No Entry Except Cycles, officially sanctioned by the DfT

No Entry except cycles - soon after they were unveiled being put to good use.

Artwork based on #33333 to help the debate about a name change: http://www.camcycle.org.uk/newsletters/98/article15.html

'Cyclists may have to dismount' - sensible signage.

Unveiling Cambridge's officially-sanctioned new No Entry Except Cycles signs

John Grimshaw and Nichola Harrison with members of Cambridge Cycling Campaign at the opening of a contraflow cycle lane with official 'No entry except cycles' signage

Nichola Harrison and John Grimshaw with members of Cambridge Cycling Campaign at the opening of a contraflow cycle lane with official 'No entry except cycles' signage

New "No Entry" "Except Cycles" sign on Kings Parade

Workman erecting new "No Entry" "Except Cycles" sign in Kings Parade

One of our rather hard to see arrows pointing upwards on the lamppost here to reassure riders that straight on is the way to Reach Fair.

Rather smart advertising for the Cambridge News at the Grand Arcade Cycle Park. But note the new sign on the right which is a plea to dismount.

I think the 20 mph sign here is new.

I think its really helpful to have such a detailed map of the ongoing works at this location - despite the vandalism in the 'comments section' of this sign. The big red arc next to the river is for pedestrians only, cyclists approaching ... [more]

Sign erected by Cambridge Cycling Campaing explaining the closure of the tins path. For detail see #27877.

Community Bike Workshop stand at Mill Road Winter Fair http://reworkscambridge.org/

I'm not sure it's true, but full marks to the Leys School anyway for helping keep cyclists safe.

Badly photographed sign (my bad) denoting 'no motor vehicles except for access to hospitals'; de facto 'no rat-running' sign.

Twenty's plenty in Cambridge

Update on the culling of abandoned bikes from the parking at Cambridge station.

Cycle Cambridge - Look over your shoulder campaign to encourage cyclists to make the most of the 'lifesaver look'.

Cycling keeps you healthy hurrah!

Mill Road: Share the Space poster encouraging more tolerance on this busy route

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