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@camcycle Similar ones on Fen road. The one on the left is particularly pointless. #absolutebollards https://t.co/uQQGtVebJL

Only one bollard is necessary to prevent vehicle access here. This would create less conflict, as cycles and wheelchairs etc could pass simultaneously each side of the bollard.

Same design of bollard as https://www.cyclestreets.net/location/86397/ with a sharp flat top which can catch on flesh or bags and clothing, and short so not very visible. This is placed to create maximum conflict at the busstop, when users ... [more]

Bollard placement obstructs pavement and cycles. While width between them is okay (but could be better), the fact that the bollards are in the middle of the cut-through, rather than either side, obstructs cycling. This is particularly the c ... [more]

Link to the new cycleway by the busway to the Cambridge North station

Hard to see the point of this configuration. It's not a barrier to cycles (it shouldn't be, as there is cycle parking this side of the bollards). It does create conflict by restricting the routes people can take, both on foot and on bik ... [more]

Yellow lines near the exit to the Jane Coston Cycle Bridge ensure good visibility

Summerfield - cut-through south to Barton Rd

This bollard is to prevent vehicle access on this route, but the arrangement makes the route inaccessible to wheelchairs, tricycles etc. Levelling the area but keeping the bollard position the same would be the best solution, so there ar ... [more]

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