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Gallery: Huntingdon Road 2014

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and cyclefriendly junctions and bus stops. See also in videos http://iitm.be/huntjunct
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This gallery was created on Friday, 28th March 2014

Cambridge Cycling Campaign Stall Bike in an event to support the proposed hybrid cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Sherlock Road.

Cars coming out of Sherlock Road (and other side roads) frequently encroach onto the cycle lane on Huntingdon Road. See also #57351

The hybrid cycle lanes proposed for Hills Road and Huntingdon Road will give vulnerable cyclists a wider and safer space through segregation. See also #57352

At the junction where traffic from Oxford Road tries to join Huntingdon Road an overgrown hedge and much street furniture obscures the view. SDee also #57364

At the Huntingdon Road junctions drivers frequently encroach the cycle lane. See also http://iitm.be/huntjunct

At the Huntingdon Road junctions drivers frequently encroach the cycle lane. See also http://iitm.be/huntjunct

With no physical segregation confident cyclists can move through main carriageway and position themselves for turning right.

The morning rush on Huntingdon Road in Cambridge, see also #57368 . Video http://goo.gl/IOH940

Token redmac cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Victoria Road. Some handlebars are wider.

The white VW Caddy from "Tech Refinishing" keeps one wheel on each of the two token cycle lanes.

A yellow Pegeout van from "Service Master Clean" encroaching the redmac ASL on Huntingdon Road.

Token cycle lanes covered in worn-out redmac on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Victoria Road. Some handlebars are wider.

Token cycle lane the width of a handlebar leading to an advanced stop box on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Victoria Road.

The Huntingdon Road cycle lanes in the 'dooring-zone' during the morning rush.

Huntingdon Road cycle lanes are too narrow to overtake safely.

A cyclist showing the Campaign's "Yes please" postcard supporting the proposals for hybrid cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road and Hills Road.

Bus stop in the cycleway on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Oxford Road. See also http://iitm.be/huntbusstop

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See pictures http://cycle.st/p57382-5 . A video from this location: ... [more]

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See next picture #57384 . A video from this location: http://iitm.be ... [more]

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See next picture #57385 .

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See pictures http://cycle.st/p57382-5 . A video from this location: ... [more]

Cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road.

The narrow cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road don't leave much space between heave vehicles and cyclists and coaches and lorries can feel intimidating.

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and better junction design. See also video http://iitm.be/huntjunct

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and better junction design. See also video http://iitm.be/huntbusstop

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and better junction design. See also video http://iitm.be/huntjunct

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and cyclefriendly junctions and bus stops. See also video http://iitm.be/huntbusstop

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and cyclefriendly junctions and bus stops. With the current arrangement large vehicles can feel intimidating.

A cyclist on Huntingdon Road, between Oxford Street and Storeys Way, in the morning rush.

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road, between Oxford Street and Storeys Way, during the morning rush.

A small child cycling on the pavement on Huntingdon Road at the Oxford Road bus stop.

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and cyclefriendly junctions and bus stops. See also video http://iitm.be/huntbusstop

Cyclist dismounts in order to cross road.

Cyclist stuck behind bus stopped for a minute.

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