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Gallery: Science Park Station Issues

Pictures for the Science Park Station campaign. Some images are from existing station and used for illustration of issues Cambridge Cycling Campaign is raising concerning the Science Park Station development http://www.camcycle.org.uk/campaigning/issues/scienceparkstation/ and the access through Nuffield Road http://www.camcycle.org.uk/newsletters/106/article5.html

This gallery was created on Thursday, 25th October 2012

Science Park Station plan.

Cowley Road between the Cambridge Science Park entrance and the Science Park station will be open to cars, no investment for walking and cycling in the plans. See also #45941.

Unlike the "cyclebahn" Cowley Road already has streetlighting. This pavement (on one side of the road only) is going to be the direct link between the Science Park station and the Science Park, St John's Innovation Centre and Milton. See a ... [more]

The Cowley Road entrance to the new Science Park station car park (well, not quite yet). See also #45938.

Cowley Road is heavily used by HGVs and vans. It lacks segregated footways and cycleways. See also #45939.

Welcome to Cambridge - open to business! The link between the Science Park station and Cambridge's premier business district. See also #45940.

View from the end of Nuffield Close (with the old railway line / future GB-way behind the camera, see #45471) towards Nuffield Road (Ridgeons building). Nuffield Road’s residential section should be cut off for motorised through traffi ... [more]

Everyday cycling cyclists on the guided bus maintenance track in Kings Hedges. The lack of lighting on this dark route in an urban area is a show of the Cambridgeshire County Council's disregard for people cycling to work or place of study.

Bike commuters to the Cambridge Science Park, CRC and Cambridgeshire Guided Busway. This picture is part of a series of everyday cycling and commuter cycling taken between 8 am and 9 am in Cambridge, see also #36840.

Bike commuters to the Cambridge Business Park and Science Park need streetlights. This picture is part of a series of everyday cycling and commuter cycling taken during the morning rush hour in Cambridge, see also #36831.

Nuffield Road’s residential section should be cut off for motorised through traffic just past Discover Way (in the bend by the allotments) and opening the industrial section of Nuffield Road up to Milton Road via Nuffield Close here (see ... [more]

The land for the bus route and cycle and pedestrian path available between Nuffield Road Industrial Estate and the Cambridge Business Park is wide enough to accommodate our proposal: http://iitm.be/Xx924t . See also #47490.

What until 2012 is still a path to allotments in the bend of Nuffield Road is expected to become one of the main access routes for walking and cycling to the new "Science Park" train station.

The eastern side of the railway bridge over the Cam. A bridge for walking and cycling across should ideally clip onto this railway bridge when building the Chisholm Trail. The western (city facing) side of the bridge >> #37500 <<.

The western side of the railway bridge over the Cam. A bridge for walking and cycling across should ideally clip onto this railway bridge when building the Chisholm Trail. See #37495 for a view from the opposite side. For a closer look at t ... [more]

Fen Road Level crossing and to the left residents looking at the old Network Rail access behind the houses on Moss Bank. See also http://www.camcycle.org.uk/newsletters/105/article2.html . See also #47491.

Fen Road Level crossing and to the left residents looking at the old Network Rail access behind the houses on Moss Bank. See also http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation . See also #47492.

Access to Chesterton Sidings from the Fen Road crossing. This shows the backend of the houses on Moss Bank and the three white pillars ( #37502 ). For a view from the Fen Road railway crossing sout, over the railway bridge across the river ... [more]

View from a railway access at the northern end of Moss Bank towards Fen Road. For a view from the opposite side (Fen Road crossing towards the backend of the houses on Moss Bank) >> #36545<<.

Moss Bank could give the Chisholm Trail access to the Science Park railway station. Not sure what the three white pillars behind the fence are, but the door makes me think they require maintenance. View from the Moss Bank link south towards ... [more]

Moss Bank could give the Chisholm Trail access to the Science Park railway station. Not sure what the three white pillars behind the fence are, but the door makes me think they require maintenance. See >> #37502<< from Moss Bank side of the ... [more]

Councillors Rod Cantrill and Gerri Bird visiting Bramblefields Nature reserve with representatives from CPPF, FENRA, OCRA and Cambridge Cycling Campaign reg. http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/ScienceParkStation . See also #47470

Space for a wider route between the Science Park Station to the Science Park entrence, avoiding problems as described http://wp.me/p3mSZ3-5o . For a view from the backend of the Cambridge Business Park >> #37505 <<.

Looking south from behind the offices of CSR plc at the end of Cambridge Business Park. A link from Nuffield Road alongside the alotments has been proposed for access to the Science Park station. The Chisholm Trail could connect to that and ... [more]

Historic sign in a forgotten corner by the Science Park: English, Welsh & Scottish Railway. For the access see >> #36543 <<.

Old access road to the Chesterton Sidings railway works which could become a new access for walking and cycling (or for the CGB) to the Science Park Train Station or part of the Chisholm Trail as an alternative to the old railway track or C ... [more]

Bike commuters to the Cambridge Business Park and Science Park. This picture is part of a series of everyday cycling and commuter cycling in Cambridge, see also #36827.

Rush hour in Cambridge during the Easter holidays. Series of pictures of everyday cyclists taken on a Wednesday morning in April between 8:40 am and 9:10 am. This picture on Stourbridge, see also #36586.

The lifts are too short for a bike (about 62" or less than 1.60 m). They also force users wheeling their luggage, trolley or bike in to exit backwards. These lifts should be about 1/3 deeper, with an exit on the opposite end, like most lift ... [more]

The lifts are too short for a bike (about 62" or less than 1.60 m). They also force users wheeling their luggage, trolley or bike in to exit backwards. These lifts should be about 1/3 deeper, with an exit on the opposite end, like most lift ... [more]

The lifts are small and the guide channel dysfunctional. People have to carry their bikes up the stairs.

The stairs to the bridge for the new platform at Cambridge Station are about 3.50 m wide, with about 3.10 m clearance. They have two resting areas and hand railings for adults and children on both sides. The yellow, L-shape guide rails are ... [more]

The stairs to the bridge for the new platform at Cambridge Station are about 3.50 m wide, with about 3.10 m clearance. They have two resting areas and hand railings for adults and children on both sides. The yellow, L-shape guide rails are ... [more]

The stairs to the bridge for the new platform at Cambridge Station are about 3.50 m wide, with about 3.10 m clearance. The yellow, L-shape guide rails at about 20 cm from the wall, but so close to the hand rails that they are not suitable f ... [more]

The excellent multi-storey bicycle park at Groningen Railway Station. Many bicycle saddles have received a rain cover with advertising.

Assen (not the exact location).

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