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Already reported, but as it's Pothole Watch Week....

The latest development at the Rock Road Rack is yarn bombing.

I have no idea how someone managed to drive into that route sign, but it needs straightening.

Lots of Outspoken panniers on these rental bikes at Trumpington Park & Ride

Fen Causeway has been resurfaced, and the awful ski-jump has gone - but the tatty shared-use path has not been fixed, of course.

Fen Causeway has been resurfaced, although there was no real need at this end - but not the tatty shared-use path, of course.

A few of the pop-up cycle stands at Trumpington Park & Ride could be taken apart with an Allen key.

Almost all the pop-up cycle parking at the Trumpington Park & Ride seems to be firmly welded in one piece.

Cycle stands on both sides of the grass at Wolfson Court

No Bicycles sign - if they provided something better than wheelbender parking, there wouldn't be an issue.

Trumpington Park 'n' Ride site. Two columns each of 16 toastracks plus 8 toastracks in between the two columns. Each toastrack can accommodate 8 cycles. That's a total of (16 + 16 + 8) * 8 = 320 cycle parking places. These fit into ... [more]

The Dutch Bike shop is moving out to Gwydir Street after being here for almost 12 years see #16752.

Bollards are the only sure way to stop this being overrun by motor vehicles. Fixes problem reported in #87878.

'Rustic' cycle stands at Trumpington Meadows Wildlife Trust

Busway information at the Foster Road stop

An Italian Job on Mill Road, plenty of outrageous driving through pedestrian areas in that movie! https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Italian_Job

A full red light northbound, just the normal red man southbound - if it was deliberate, it would presumably mean that cyclists could cross on red southbound, but not northbound.

Quite a trench between road and cycle parking.

Nonsense! It's a through route for cycles (and why is there a 50-metre gap in the shared-use provision here?)

New blocks of flats with underground parking, an e-car charging point, and two visible bike stands.

Access to new blocks of flats, with priority over the cycleway, of course.

Community Library

School Street

School Street

"Parking here could cost a child's life" How alarming!

Showing the repaired pothole of #162424. The worst of it has been fixed, but it looks to me like they missed a bit with that puddle!

Cycleway closed for utility works - coming in to Cambridge it's easy to see a route through the bus stop lay-by, but heading out people just go across the muddy grass.

They're breeding! More bollards and fencing at this collapsing bridge. See #/162112

Garages in Cherry Hinton

Kings Meadow: New development off Coldhams Lane, Cambridge

Kings Meadow: New development off Coldhams Lane, Cambridge

Kings Meadow: New development off Coldhams Lane, Cambridge

New traffic calming on the West Cambridge site (and another being installed on the other side of the road)

While the bridge over the M11 is (still) closed, it looks as if they've done some repairs on the Coton Path.

Success - Norfolk Street now a School Street - long overdue given the danger shown at #91918 and #10532

A shopper is forced to walk the narrow gap between this van and a high hedge. This is the main link for pedestrians between the Retail Park and the Beehive Centre. It is also a shared use cycle route leading to the toucan crossing. Ju ... [more]

Breaking the ice on Ditton Meadows.

The sign appears to suggest “no vintage motorcycles”.

At least one sign now accepts that a modal filter on Panton St isn't a closure to all vehicles.

Cone by subsidence

Nasty pothole on Cherry Hinton Road - with an edge just where most cyclists are likely to be riding. Someone else has already reported this at: https://highwaysreporting.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/?id=358509 Partially repaired a couple of ... [more]

The edge of the path is beginning to slip away here.

Never mind the gate, but could this one day be a useful route parallel to the M11?

The width restriction has been changed to a No Motor Vehicles restriction.

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.

Crossing needed here to link the shared-use path on the east side with the new route across the A14

Crossing needed here to link the shared-use path on the east side with the new route across the A14

The cycle lane soon ends, but if space was taken from the hatched area on the right it could be extended a bit closer to the new shared-use path across the A14.

Link from Eddington to the improved crossing to Girton (now clear of barriers)

Cut-through from Victoria Road, Cambridge

Traffic flow has been reversed through the Histon Road roadworks. This gap is how cyclists are meant to rejoin the road network.

Subsiding cycleway There's a report at: https://highwaysreporting.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/?id=00358948 The reporter (not me) says: "Pavement sinking considerably where river goes under road. Very dangerous at night" The cone has app ... [more]

Traffic calming being installed - it's fairly obvious, but when the signs say Road Closed, they don't include cyclists and pedestrians.

Double yellows on Red Cross Lane will contribute to a much-used cycle route near Addenbrooke's, BioMed Campus, and Busway path

The traffic flows on Norwich Street have been reversed, due to the modal filter on Panton Street - but there's still cycling both ways.

The usual rubbish from Cambridgeshire Highways - the whole point of a modal filter, by definition, is that the road is not totally closed, only to motor vehicles.

The usual rubbish from Cambridgeshire Highways - the whole point of a modal filter, by definition, is that the road is not totally closed, only to motor vehicles. In any case I think this should read 'Norwich Street Closed' (as it has rever ... [more]

No grit at this junction near Cambridge railway station.

“SLOW” but no grit.

“SLOW” but no grit.

Ice on the footway/cycleway at the top of this busway bridge over the railway, where there’s a shadow from the wall.

Ice on the footway/cycleway at the top of this busway bridge over the railway, where there’s a shadow from the wall.

Very slippery ice in the shadow of this bridge.

The Shelford to Addenbrooke’s section of NCN11.

This sign does not appear to be associated with any works and no similar signs are encountered when approaching from the opposite direction.

These signs do not appear to be associated with any works and no similar signs are encountered when approaching from the opposite direction. Reported at: https://highwaysreporting.cambridgeshire.gov.uk?id=00358333 Thursday 28 Jan: ... [more]

Voi ebike and escooters on Parker’s Piece. I took the ebike here out for an 18 minutes ride which cost £3.70. It is electric assist and although the bike feels a little heavy it was easy and fun to ride. There were two problems: the f ... [more]

Now scooters AND bikes for hire

Bernie watching the Thoday Street cycle parking. (Image from Google Maps - used under fair use parody copyright provisions.)

Panton Street, Cambridge These arrows defined at: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/773421/traffic-signs-manual-chapter-05.pdf

Coronation Street, Cambridge

Coronation Street, Cambridge

Panton Street, Cambridge

Panton Street, Cambridge Conflicting signage: one way arrows and a sign that shows contraflow cycling.

Panton Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Francis Passage, off Norwich Street, Cambridge

Off Norwich Street, Cambridge

Francis Passage, off Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge Note: there is lots of informal cycle parking against properties on this street (with mixed levels of security) and no official cycle parking stands on the street.

Francis Passage off Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Norwich Street, Cambridge

Turn into Norwich Street from Hills Road.

Voi ebike detail of the handlebars.

Voi ebike detail of the transmission.

Voi ebike detail of the front forks.

The first Voi bike I’ve seen in Cambridge. I already had a Voi account but after ten minutes of trying could not unlock this one. Voi site: https://www.voiscooters.com/introducing-e-bikes/

Tree blockage of #160701 removed

Panton Street experimental traffic order allowing two-way cycling and prohibiting through motor traffic.

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