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Cut-through in the chainlink fence

Warning signs on this new road and pavement parking

Sign to discourage people going from cutting across the grass from the pavement

Wheel channel unusable, blocked by handrail

Zigzag ramp with tight corners and steps

3 Parking Stands

Two parking stands

Fence and new kerbs blocking access to Partingdale Lane

Diagonal implied crossing, paint's a bit worn already.

Diagonal implied crossing rather than straight matching the desire line to the stairs

Cycle Network sign

Direction signage

Central island for crossing Marsh Lane

Give way

Cycle exit lane from A1. Looks unused, full of dirt and rubbish

Cyclists dismount and direction signage

Tarmac shared track

Exit lane for any bicycles travelling on the A1 Barnet Bypass who'd like to turn left. Full of grass and dirt

Entrance to golf club, slip road approaching from the north so traffic could be travelling at speed

Worn out SLOW markings on the shared path

Gap to the left of the gate is slightly narrow but straight so usuable

Wooden arch over footpath

Footpath signs

Poor access to this paved cut-through

Dropped kerb to paved cut-through

Shared-use link to the Huntingdon Road cycleways

New crossing from Girton to Eddington under construction

Three sets of cycle stands on the Ridgeway, Eddington

Cycle parking in a new section of the Eddington development

Link to a new section of the Eddington development (and a shared-use sign that has been crashed into)

The route to the right is shown as a cycleway, the route to the left is also open for cycling.

Charging point for two electric pool cars at the Institute of Astronomy

Three cycle hangars (very rare in Cambridge) at the Institute of Astronomy

Covered cycle parking and tools at the Institute of Astronomy

A new path has been added and the sign has been moved aside, but it still seems odd - if there is a problem, why not paint Give Way markings for road traffic?

Cycle parking at St John's College School, Cambridge

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Ramp for wheelchairs rather than cycles.

New housing development, ideal location for walking/cycling permeability linking up to lcn89

David Hembrow at John o'Groats having ridden from Land's End in July 2006. There is a full description of the ride here: http://www.hembrow.eu/lejog/triplog.html

Cycle parking at St John's College School, Cambridge

Cycle parking at St John's College School, Cambridge

Cycle parking at St John's College School, Cambridge

Dead end - there's an active railway there, so who knows what they were thinking.

W777 LED blocking cycle lane in front of St John's College School (Grange Rd)

AG08 LGL half blocking mandatory cycle lane in front of St John's College School (Grange Road)

LJ51 YRK blocking cycle lane in front of St John's College School (Grange Rd)

RF04 EZB blocking cycle lane in front of St John's College School (Grange Rd)

Construction at Cambridge University Library - the sign at the other end only refers to pedestrians, not cyclists.

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  • Icon 142228 7000 students use the a26 to get to school daily. The council have brushed aside fully formed plans to create a continuous cycle route to tonbridge, knowing that they are failing to reach their active travel targets by doing so. There has never been a more relevant time to implement these plans and ease some of the congestion that plagues this route. The lack of ambition by the council to improve the welfare of the communities on this route by enabling active travel is beyond disappointing.
  • Icon 142227 7000 students use the a26 to get to school daily. The council have brushed aside fully formed plans to create a continuous cycle route to tonbridge, knowing that they are failing to reach their active travel targets by doing so. There has never been a more relevant time to implement these plans and ease some of the congestion that plagues this route. The lack of ambition by the council to improve the welfare of the communities on this route by enabling active travel is beyond disappointing.
  • Icon 142226 7000 students use the a26 to get to school daily. The council have brushed aside fully formed plans to create a continuous cycle route to tonbridge, knowing that they are failing to reach their active travel targets by doing so. There has never been a more relevant time to implement these plans and ease some of the congestion that plagues this route. The lack of ambition by the council to improve the welfare of the communities on this route by enabling active travel is beyond disappointing.
  • Icon 142225 7000 students use the a26 to get to school daily. The council have brushed aside fully formed plans to create a continuous cycle route to tonbridge, knowing that they are failing to reach their active travel targets by doing so. There has never been a more relevant time to implement these plans and ease some of the congestion that plagues this route. The lack of ambition by the council to improve the welfare of the communities on this route by enabling active travel is beyond disappointing.
  • Icon 142223 Connect up to minor roads, widen Strawberry Line wherever possible around Yatton.
  • Icon 142222 Very poor design/layout to shared cycle/footway and equally poor signage all along Waterfront and link road leaves cyclists and pedestrians unsure of where shared path runs. No excuses for rubbish design in a recent development.
  • Icon 142221 Signage here re cycling is unclear. It says "no cycling beyond this point" implying it is ok to cycle one side of the sign and not the other. In fact I believe it is banned both sides of the sign.
  • Icon 142220 Needs a dipped kerb on shared path to improve access to business park (including gym and _nursery_) for: Wheelchairs, pushchairs/peaks, bikes with trailers/cargo bikes, small children with bikes
  • Icon 142219 Needs a dipped kerb on shared path to improve access to business park (including gym and _nursery_) for: Wheelchairs, pushchairs/peaks, bikes with trailers/cargo bikes, small children with bikes
  • Icon 142218 Signage here re cycling is unclear. It says "no cycling beyond this point" implying it is ok to cycle one side of the sign and not the other. In fact I believe it is banned both sides of the sign.
  • Icon 142217 Double yellow lines need to be extended around the corners and junctions of roads to stop parents parking on corners and on kerbs, narrowing the pavements and endangering those children who walk or cycle to school. Educta edrivers not to park on pavements which narrows them.
  • Icon 142216 Avenue Road is marked on maps as being a recommended cycle route and there are blue signs along it, but this is completely pointless/useless as there are always cars parked on both sides of the road all the way along, so its impossible to use the cycle lane except at junctions. There's no good cycle route between the main arteries of Fairmile Road and Barrack Road.

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