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Cycleway near the Nine Wells.

Cyclists Beware DO NOT UNDERTAKE Sign that tries to place the responsibility for the turning lorries on the cyclists.

Lots of covered cycle parking at the Anne McLaren Building on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Next day, same issue, almost certainly same people and same vehicle. A few people under specific circumstances are allowed to stop or park in a cyclepath. Scaffolders are not. https://t.co/u9OoPMOSMh And there is an easy legal option ... [more]

This is where the driver of this van and trailer decided to stop and have a phone call. Completely blocking the cyclepath and pavement. I had to stop and ask, then shout "hello" as he wasn't paying any attention to other traffic. Why not st ... [more]

Visitor parking at the main entrance to the new Abcam building

Plenty of cycle parking at the new Abcam building - but there's no need for the nannying sign, no-one parks a bike without dismounting.

Off-road cycleway and floating bus stops required - buses can wait quite a while here.

Dropped kerb needed for this new path to the cycle parking by the Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre

Addenbrooke's Hospital Bike Hub

Cycle contraflow, Addenbrooke's Hospital, now signed.

Segregated cycling and walking routes at the rear of the staff multi-storey car park, Addenbrooke's Hospital

New path from the cycle parking at the Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre

New path to the cycle parking at the Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre

Covered cycle parking at the Jeffrey Cheah Biomedical Centre

Covered cycle parking alongside the staff multi-storey car park, Addenbooke'sHospital

The barriers that caused so much trouble (see #113028) were taken down this morning!

BREAKING NEWS: the CBC barrier is coming down! Thanks to John from @CTCCambridge for this picture and to the many people and organisations who have made this happen. Let's continue to work together to create a better, safer and accessible j ... [more]

I thought these dreadful barriers were supposed to have been removed a few days ago? But at least they are now fitted with reflective tape.

Counting cycle and motor traffic at the location of a new obstruction on the busway cycleway at the Biomedical Campus, Addenbrooke's, Cambridge, UK. I am pictured using the four bank handheld counter which is shown at #112987.

Design fail: When there's a bus waiting at the rising bollard / traffic signal the exit from this cycle slipway is blocked.

Cargo bike parking.

Spotted earlier. Short and to the point. https://t.co/txqMo7pO6c

Shame on the Addenbrooke's site - instead of providing plenty of cycle parking at the new developments here, visitors are having to find places like this to leave their bikes. This is some distance from the main buildings, and provides none ... [more]

A few racks near the main entrance to the Royal Papworth hospital, good but many more needed.

A few racks near the main entrance to the Royal Papworth hospital, good but many more needed.

A cycle repair workshop on the Addenbrooke's site. Tel: 07414113948 www.campuscyclehub.co.uk (went thru to a domain hosting site when checked on 14 Oct 2019)

Cycle parking area at Addenbrooke's that requires access pass to use. Quite full but not crammed full like everywhere else on site.

Cycle racks at Addenbrooke's crammed full as usual.

Double-deck visitor/staff (unsecured) parking.

Contraflow cycle lane to Cambridge Biomedical Campus - on the 'wrong' side of the normal lane with the traffic flow.

Imaginative use of space at Cambridge Biomedical Campus - but access (back right) is a bit tricky.

Bike sharing area

Maybe somebody has noticed that having an unprotected right turn on NCN route 11 right before a roundabout is very dangerous.

Ten spaces in front of the new Royal Papworth Hospital!

Workstand at Addenbrooke’s.

The new Astra-Zeneca building and a large area of disused car parking.

Never enough cycle parking at Addenbrooke's.

Temporary-looking new building at Addenbrooke's with a considerable amount of secure cycle parking beneath.

In fact bikes can be locked to the expensive new railings (although it took a while) - see #97037

Expensive railings installed to stop people locking their bikes to them... in theory... see #97038

For as long as I can remember the end of Red Cross Lane has been made awkward to negotiate by anybody trying to get through to Addenbrookes from the East by bike - gated, no dropped kerbs, rough surface, barriers to stop you accessing the r ... [more]

New toucan crossing of SE arm. Thankfully this one is not staggered, for once.

Unsignalised arm of new roundabout scheme. Terrifying as ever.

A new staggered toucan crossing. Pathetic.

Road works to build bad new scheme for Addenbrooke's roundabout can't be bothered to provide safe crossings for people walking.

Well-placed bollard at the end of the new connection to Red Cross Lane. Strange & unnecessary but harmless give way markings, I suppose.

Using the Zebra at the new connection to Red Cross Lane.

Entry to new connection to Red Cross Lane (finally).

The curious case of the Zebra that has lost its beacons.

Construction of cycle crossing to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Cycle Lane Closed for construction of decent cycle access to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus

The new cycle paths on Hills Road are great, but until I found myself trying to recommend a route for a 16 year old to get past the massive roundabout at this major entrance to Addenbrooke's I hadn't realised the big gaps in provision. T ... [more]

No Entry and 'Beware Cycles' on the shared-use footway - but I'd like to see this as a two-way access for cyclists to Long Road Sixth Form College and the whole Biomedical Campus.

Yet another unnecessary Cyclists Dismount sign - the contraflow cycle lane ends and there's a shared-use sign hidden under the tree ahead before cyclists join the road beyond.

OWL BIkes at Addenbrooke's - no indication whether this is to drop off bikes as donations or perhaps to collect repaired bikes.

Odd sign, when the left-hand lane is clearly marked as car park access.

Arrangements for construction trucks crossing the bridleway into the Addenbrooke's site.

This is the only indication that cyclists should turn left here to reach Addenbrooke's Hospital.

Guided busway and cycleway entering the perpetual construction site that is the Cambridge Biomedical Campus - the LMB to the left, Papworth ahead and Astra-Zeneca to the right.

Cycle track into the Addenbrooke's site (narrowed by construction work)

Warning of police tracker bikes.

Does anyone understand why Addenbrooke's are so set against cyclists turning left onto the cycle path to Hills Road? There's even a barrier to block it.

The whole Addenbrooke's site is now closed to motor vehicles except for access - but cyclists can pass through freely.

Temporary (I imagine) route through the new Biomedical Campus

This is currently the only way through for cyclists from Addenbrooke's to Red Cross Lane.

Why put these signs on the cycle stands? Normal for the car-focussed cycle-blind society we live in.

See clip at http://youtu.be/--xeKFmRIXg Just a little guide on making sure encounters with horses and riders go smoothly for both.

Impossible arrangement for cyclists coming towards the camera and wanting to turn right on the route towards Hills Road.

Temporary Path Around Railway Works. Path around temporary railway works. A short diversion, and not bad to use. How long will it be there? See clip at http://youtu.be/Om0qumHbp2o

Leaving Addenbrooke's - cyclists have to go through a narrow corner shared with pedestrians and then round a chicane and between bollards. Its a stupid obstacle course and typical of the ill thought out routes for pedestrians and cycists ... [more]

Going round the roundabout at the main entrance Addenbrooke's site.

Entering Addenbrooke's from Hills Road.

Temporary (but for how long?) access to the Shelford path at Addenbrookes. To the other side of the small line of cones is a live road. Utterly, abjectly, awful. This is bad for cyclists. Terrible for those with long bikes or trailers ... [more]

A confident cyclist on Hills Road, between Queen Edith's Way and the Addenbrooke's Roundabout trying to access the pedestrian and cycle access to the hospital.

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57468.

Cyclists on Hills Road, crossing Long Road and Queen Ediths way in direction of Addenbrooke's Hospital. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Cyclists on Hills Road, crossing Long Road and Queen Ediths way in direction of Addenbrooke's Hospital. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Cyclists climbing a hill on Hills Road, at the junction with Long Road near Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. Most cyclists turn right at this junction and they need to be confident enough to position themselves in the right hand side la ... [more]

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Many commuter cyclists tightly packed at the ASL on Hills Road, in front of a coach and a double decker bus. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which ... [more]

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57468.

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57470

Commuter cyclists on Hills Road, near the pedestrian and cycle entrance to Addenbrooke's Hospital. See also #57469

Cyclists on Hills Road, crossing Long Road and Queen Ediths way in direction of Addenbrooke's Hospital. The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

Cyclist in the advanced stop box at the Hills Road Long Road junction, watching out for motor vehicles. The junction is very hostile for cyclists and there are no filter lanes to the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by ca ... [more]

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. See also in videos http://iitm.be/HillsLong

The junction of Hills Road with Long Road is very hostile for cyclists. There is no filter lane for the advanced stop boxes, which are frequently filled up by cars, buses or lorries. This is a very busy junction, see also #57462

Cambridge Cycling Campaign giving out postcards directed to Cambridgeshire County Council in support of the Hills Road hybrid cycle lane scheme.

A three seater bike ideal for the carrying also a children's bike.

The Campaign's stall bike at the Addenbrookes pedestrian and cycle entrance on Hills Road. Campaigning in support of the Hills Road cycle lanes.

Stall Bike on Hills Road at Addenbrooke's Hospital. Location: Trumpington, Cambridge (England, United Kingdom)

Addenbrooke's have changed one of their idiotic non-standard road signs for an equally idiotic non-standard sign - the road is open to cycles and motor vehicles going away from the camera, and for cycling towards the camera.

See clip at http://youtu.be/Umc5WNQb1zM Shows the conditions that the Guided Busway shared-use path gets into in Autumn. After rain this is a lot worse. Anyone would have thought someone might work out it improves the local transport inf ... [more]

This unsigned and unsurfaced track is the obvious route from the LMB and the west side of the Addenbrooke's site to the Genome Path. It needs improving.

Very well used already - the new covered cycle park at the LMB.

Signage at Addenbrooke's is getting ever more idiosyncratic and non-standard - it's not illegal, these are private roads. It seems this is a patched version of #17050.

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