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Stealth bollard at the end of Cheney Way. With #bonuscat. #absolutebollards @camcycle

That's a primary school in the background, but local kids still need to go round the front of the school onto the much busier Arbury Rd, and if they do cycle this way they are faced with pointless chicanes. Also a problem for people in … [more]

Not really dangerous just useless. Outside St. Andrew's @camcycle #absolutebollards

This is how Cambridge University 'welcomes' cycling.

The chicanes on Legate Walk as it passes into the open area before the underpass beneath Northfield Avenue pose a substantial obstruction. Navigating them on a bike with panniers is difficult and I have twice fallen off attempting this. It … [more]

The large chicanes that obstruct the cycle path that crosses from Walker Court across Nicholson Way onto the green space around Arbury Community Centre obstruct the cycle path. It is difficult to navigate around them without falling off on … [more]

See clip at An update from It looks like someone has successfully pointed out that the barriers are too close together. Although I'd still suggest there's a better way … [more]

This terrible underpass is still as bad as ever. But wait seven years: #113875

Annoying obstruction on the access to this cycle path. Compare with the same scene 10 years ago: #7913. The street light has moved to the middle - which could facilitate removal of the concrete bollard with the pram arms. The houses have … [more]

The barriers here are rather un-necessary because there is no pedestrian traffic immediately beyond, and there's plenty of visibility before the footway.

Failure of design. This once lovely cycle-path has been spoiled by these chicanes. Any danger that is here is surely due to the parked cars immediately either side of the junction with the road. But that issue hasn't been addressed. See … [more]

Inadequte provision forces cyclists to break the law. And why are these poles needed?

Jitty or Snicket through to Froment Avenue

Where are cyclists supposed to go now? The route just stops at the point where the pavement starts. As with the rest of the Tesco development, there are also ludicrous obstructions which make cycling from Tesco with shopping difficult.

New barrier installed


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