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Huntingdon Road A1307

Huntingdon Road A1307

Crossing The Avenue which is the road from Madingley at the A1307

Huntingdon Road A1307

Huntingdon Road A1307

Huntingdon Road dropped kerb

Muddy bridleway from the new A1307 to Madingley

Now signposted - bridleway from the new A1307 to Madingley

Uttons Drove bridleway from the A1307 cycle path to Swavesey - a bad surface here, and the surfacing soon ends altogether.

Uttons Drove bridleway from the A1307 cycle path to Swavesey

Passing place to allow space for a shared-use path on the bridge over the new A14

Shared-use path on bridge over the A14 (the footpath to the left doesn't really go anywhere) - with the the missing link cycleway from Fenstanton to Swavesey under construction on the far side of the A1307

End of shared-use path on bridge over the A14 (the footpath to the left doesn't really go anywhere) - with the the missing link cycleway from Fenstanton to Swavesey under construction on the far side of the A1307

The missing link cycleway by the A1307 from Fenstanton to Swavesey under construction

The missing link cycleway by the A1307 from Fenstanton to Swavesey under construction

There's a largely redundant dual-carriageway, but instead of taking a lane to provide the missing link cycleway between Swavesey and Fenstanton, they're spending much more time and money on a new alignment in the fields.

Now properly signed - Scotland Drove bridleway from the A1307 cycle path to Swavesey

The future route from Bar Hill to Longstanton and Northstowe currently ends here while a roundabout is under construction.

Route from Bar Hill to Longstanton and Northstowe

There's no safe crossing of the A1307 here, but the shared-use path on the far side simply ends and cyclists towards Fenstanton are supposed to head north on the A1307 here (but it seems the farm access road to the west is an alternative).

This farm access road allows cyclists to reach Fenstanton and beyond without riding on the A1307 - a temporary measure until the cycleway by the A1307 is completed in mid-2021.

Start of Utton's Drove bridleway to Northstowe and Swavesey

Completed shared-use path by the A1307

Narrowed shared-use route beneath the Lolworth bridge

Start of route from Bar Hill to Longstanton and Northstowe

Pedestrians can cross at the roundabout, but equestrians and perhaps cyclists are expected to cross where motor traffic is moving faster, for some reason.

Pedestrians can cross at the roundabout, but equestrians and perhaps cyclists are expected to cross where motor traffic is moving faster, for some reason.

Completed route for pedestrians, cyclists and horse-riders across the A14.

Pedestrians can cross at the roundabout, but equestrians and perhaps cyclists are expected to cross where motor traffic is moving faster, for some reason.

This bridleway to Madingley has been signposted again.

The new A1307 route and the bridleway to Madingley, which has been severed but still appears on maps as a dead-end.

The finished route for walkers, cyclists and horse-riders through the A14 interchange.

Wandlebury- Babraham cycleway

Roadkill

A little bit of encroachment onto the shared use footway by the drivers of these temporarily stored motor vehicles. Not as bad as it looked from a distance-but do slow down in case those doors get flung open.

New Toucan crossing to connect the cycleway from Cambridge with the path that leads through the grounds of the Babraham Research Campus to Babraham. See also #152126

New Toucan crossing to connect the cycleway from Cambridge with the path that leads through the grounds of the Babraham Research Campus to Babraham. See also #152127

No Entry to the slip road from the A1307 (the former A14) and one of various car-oriented housing developments here.

The A1307, formerly the A14

I imagine there was once a staggered crossing here - maybe it'll be restored one day now that this isn't the A14.

There seems to be a foot/cycleway on this bridge across the new A14. According to https://billboyheritagesurvey.wordpress.com/2021/01/15/old-new-cycle-routes-around-cambridge/?unapproved=6947&moderation-hash=4aae1e77ddd8a7ac0fb8cf2edfb9e ... [more]

Shared-use footway (including horses) by the A1307

Byway/bridleway from the A1307 to Swavesey

Shared-use footway by the A1307 at the Swavesey interchange

Shared-use footway by the A1307, Swavesey - there's a small sign showing the pedestrian route south but no dropped kerb or cycle route. Nevertheless, cyclists for Fenstanton and beyond need to go this way and join the A1307 because the shar ... [more]

Shared-use footway through the A1307 Swavesey interchange

Shared-use footway at the Bucking Way Road Roundabout, Swavesey

Access to the new foot/cycle bridge over the A14 and A1307, Swavesey

Tthe new foot/cycle bridge over the A14 and A1307, Swavesey

Shared-Use path by the A1307 - currently closed

The new foot/cycle bridge over the A14 and A1307, Swavesey

Access to the new foot/cycle bridge over the A14 and A1307, Swavesey

Access to the new foot/cycle bridge over the A14 and A1307, Swavesey

The A1307 (by the new A14) is not yet open here - and they've stationed a bloke in a van to stop cyclists after one almost got squashed the other week.

Astonishing - the new shared-use path by the A1307 comes to an abrupt end here (on the far side), by the south/eastbound carriageway, with no way across for north/westbound cyclists etc.

Astonishing - the new shared-use path by the A1307 comes to an abrupt end here, by the south/eastbound carriageway, with no way across for north/westbound cyclists etc.

Astonishing - the new shared-use path by the A1307 comes to an abrupt end here, by the south/eastbound carriageway, with no way across for north/westbound cyclists etc. Also seen by: https://twitter.com/edwardjtaylor/status/129756095230 ... [more]

No cycling on the A14 north from Cambridge (but plenty of shoulder space)

I assume a bridleway link will be restored to the A1307 shared-use path.

I assume a bridleway link will be restored to the A1307 shared-use path.

Shared-use path (including horses, this being S Cambs) by what I assume will be the A1307 southeast to Bar Hill

Shared-use path (including horses, this being S Cambs) by what I assume will be the A1307 northwest from Bar Hill

The widened A14 and service road signposted Grange Farm only

Closed road to the A14 and apparently abandoned fragment of cycleway.

Abrupt end of possible route towards Dry Drayton

Bike repairs and sales at the rear of Cambridge crematorium

What a waste of road space - shouldn't this be used as a bus lane or something? [see www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/cambridge-news/cyclists-fear-deathtrap-road-could-18361599 for the dangers to cyclists here]

Footway and wide gutter.

You can get through on the cycleway by the new A1307, but there are some unsurfaced sections.

Shared-use cycleway under construction at the Dry Drayton junction of the new A1307.

Cycleway by the new road from Lolworth to the A14/A1307 junction (with the usual South Cambridgeshire obsession with horse-riding as well as cycling and walking).

An obvious link from Lolworth and the A1307 to Swavesey, but visitors are clearly not wanted.

Shared-use cycleway at the Swavesey A14/A1307 junction

Shared-use cycleway at the Swavesey A14/A1307 junction

Shared-use cycleway at the Swavesey A14/A1307 junction

The Swavesey pedestrian/cycle bridge over the A14 and A1307, still under construction.

The Swavesey pedestrian/cycle bridge over the A14 and A1307, still under construction.

The Bar Hill pedestrian/cycle bridge over the A14, still under construction (during the Covid-19 lockdown...)

The standard South Cambridgeshire obsession with shared-use facilities for horses as well as cyclists and pedestrians, on an all-new asphalt route.

The Bar Hill pedestrian/cycle bridge over the A14, still under construction

Cycleway under construction by the new A1307 - proper dropped kerbs needed.

Cycleway being created under the M11 by the new A1307 - to the left is the old bridleway to Madingley.

A1307

Huntingdon Road - I didn't dare to venture beyond here - as I'd be funnelled through a huge motorway junction in a concrete trough.

The Madingley junction from the A1307 - designed for cars and not for anyone trying to cross the side-road.

Will this ever form a useful link for cyclists? [now connecting to Washpit Lane, Girton, and Bar Hill]

Triple-use footway - pedestrians, cyclists and equestrians....

Will this ever form a useful link for cyclists?

The shared-use path seems to be closed because 'they' are worried about dropping something from the bridge. No such worries about road traffic.

The shared-use path seems to be closed because 'they' are worried about dropping something from the bridge. No such worries about road traffic.

A1307 cycle path dropping to carriageway level to cross farm access.

A1307 cycle path dropping down to carriageway level at service road.

The crossing of the new A1307 cycle path over The Avenue. Note the sharp turn after the crossing.

The new A1307 cycle path where it crosses under the new A14 westbound bridge

The A1307 cycle path crosses The Avenue here with sharp turns either side of the crossing (and more sharp turns if you actually want to go along The Avenue).

Richard doing the valuable work of measuring the width of the new cycleway. It was four metres.

The designated smoking area for the works.

Richard doing an excellent job of measuring the cycleway- it’s four metres wide here, but note that it’s shared with horse and foot.

This new road with its four metre wide cycleway (shared with horse and foot) provides a viable cycle route to the crematorium.

Well this is new https://t.co/bQDh194FTI Ed: signpost in the distance points left to Madingley. There's a video shot from the top deck of a bus: https://youtu.be/pNEOmCjpwlk?t=143

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