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On board a guided bus - pretty much like any other single-decker bus on the inside. There's just enough luggage space for one Brompton behind the seat on the other side, and on this side there's a Giant Halfway (20 inch wheel folding bike) ... [more]

Photos from a ride on The Busway

Photos from a ride on The Busway

Photos from a ride on The Busway. - Many people wave at the bus.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. The bus driver can take their hands off the steering wheel while on the guided trackway.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. The bus driver toots at this cyclist riding on the track of the Busway. On the left of the photo is the puddled shale surface of the cycle route.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. Cyclists riding on the yet to be completed section of the maintenance track between St. Ives and Swavesey.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. The unfinished maintenance track / cycleway is on the left.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. The delighted and excited faces of children greeting the passing bus is a common sight along the busway at the moment.

Photos from a ride on The Busway - the busses can pass each other at a closing speed of over 100 mph. These buses have speed limiters fitted that tops their speed at around 56 mph.

Photos from a ride on The Busway.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. Works are still going on to finish the cycleway.

Photos from a ride on The Busway - saw quite a few family groups like this out for a ride.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. Another group of cyclists out for a ride.

Guded bus travels through Histon / Impington junction.

Taken from the guided bus shows the section of trackway near the 'toad tunnels'. The bus driver honks to warn the two people walking on the opposite track.

Great bike parking, shame that it's often full of motorbikes.

The Guided Bus passes through the station area and under Hills Road Bridge.

Photos from a ride on The Busway - here approaching the new MRC building on the left and the bridge over the railway.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. There are extra crash barriers on this bridge - probably because it goes over a railway. The barriers are probably a requirement at rail crossings since the crash somewhere up north about 10 years ago ... [more]

Photos from a ride on The Busway.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. Here the bus gets a green light to go onto the single track section, this leaves enough room for the cycleway to continue ubroken through to Trumpington Park and Ride site.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. From this angle the guidewheel does seem to protrude a rather long way. Here the wheel is a full lock as the bus would be making a sharp turn.

Photos from a ride on The Busway - showing the guidewheel at full lock.

Photos from a ride on The Busway - the tour party stop to inspect the guidewheel. It isn't normally as visible as this, but the bus driver has set the wheel at full lock so it can be inspected.

Photos from a ride on The Busway. James raises his fears about the guidewheel with the leader of the Busway project. The guidewheel itself is mounted on a 'sacrificial' arm. If the arm hits a kerb too severely, or has to mount a kerb awk ... [more]

A bus on full steering lock turns from Jesus Lane into Bridge Street - and displays the guidewheel. (In this photo the bus is moving towards the right of the picture.)

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