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I believe this is the start of a shared use cycle and pedestrian path; however there is no signage indicating it is. There is a cycle path "end" sign at the end of this stretch at Highworth Avenue. This has become important as counc ... [more]

Cyclists on a shared use cycle path, which is only signed as a shared use path by virtue of the "end" sign at Highworth Avenue. This has become important as councillors are calling for action on anti-social cyclists - ie. those cycling ... [more]

Cycleway end sign on Milton Road / Highworth Avenue junction. There is no start sign I'm aware of (see #45257 and #45256 ) It isn't clear if cycling towards the camera on this stretch of pavement is permitted either, but the doted lines ... [more]

Cyclist on the pavement on Gilbert Road. Councillors have recently called for action against cycling on the pavement here, branding those who do so "anti-social". I've commented further at http://rtaylor.co.uk/5482

Cycle by-pass on entrance to Garden Walk from Victoria Road. This is unclear, not least as the sign has deteriorated and there is no cycle symbol either on the sign or on the ground. Only the no-entry signs are clearly visible to th ... [more]

This signage appears not to have been updated following the installation of the cycle lane on the road. I would have sympathy with anyone thinking it indicated cycling on the pavement was permitted here. This has become important as ... [more]

Cyclist on the pavement at the Milton Road / Gilbert Road Junction. This is very common as on-road there is often a pinch point created between the railings and traffic waiting to turn right. Councillors in September 2012 specifical ... [more]

Gilbert Road / Milton road junction. Here cyclists often mount the pavement as shown in #45262 This has become important as councillors are calling for action on anti-social cyclists - ie. those cycling where cycling is not permitted ... [more]

Faded "End" wording means it looks as if cycling is permitted down this path when it is not. This has become important as councillors are calling for action on anti-social cyclists - ie. those cycling where cycling is not permitted and ... [more]

Milton Road / Oak Tree Avenue. If you look very closely the a little of the paint which used to mark the cycle lane is left, the rest and any sign which used to be present has gone and it needs replacing. This has become important a ... [more]

Badly deteriorated shared use cycle and pedestrian path signage on Milton Road in Cambridge. This has become important as councillors are calling for action on anti-social cyclists - ie. those cycling where cycling is not permitted and ... [more]

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