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It's all happening here - after these City Fibre works, Cambridge Water is going to close Grantchester St (and Bateman St too) for a couple of days.

Engineering themed cycle parking at Jubilee Square, Marleigh, East Cambridge.

Marleigh Avenue

Marleigh Avenue

Marleigh Avenue

Marleigh Avenue

Marleigh Avenue

Marleigh Avenue

Cycle parking at a new café, with Cambridge station in the background

The latest incarnation of Station Square, Cambridge

This new zebra crossing has been out of use for at least 20 days now - but of course people are crossing anyway.

Not signed or set up for cycling but clearly a useful link.

Amazingly the Barnwell Road cycleway just dumps cyclists on the road at the worst possible place. There isn't even a sign to the shared-use path to the left on Newmarket Road.

Astonishing - there's a large car park but no cycle parking at all for Red Cross first aid courses at Lothbury House.

Astonishing - there's a large car park but no cycle parking at all for Red Cross first aid courses at Lothbury House.

Covered cycle parking at a primary school - not as bad as it looks, there's plenty of space to the rear of the car.

Misleading sign - you can either go left and then right on the route towards the Newmarket Road roundabout, or right into a school.

Route sign between Coldham's Common and the Newmarket Road roundabout

Signs to and from the cycle route across Coldham's Common

Plenty of cycle parking at the Abbey Pool - and yet someone still chooses to leave a bike unattached to something solid.

Plenty of cycle parking at the Abbey Pool

Access to the route across Coldham's Common

Cattle grid and gate by the BMX Park, Coldham's Common

Following the attempt to use temporary lights (#189852 and #189853) they've given up - not ideal for the walk to school.

The end of the queue between Grantchester and Trumpington at 08.45 on a Thursday. Most of the drivers probably want to turn right toward Addenbrooke's but can't because cars turning left on to Trumpington Road are blocked by standing … [more]

Lots of signs about the one-way closure of East Road due to a sinkhole - totally ignoring the fact that the cycleway is open as usual. Sadly predictable.

Lots of signs about the one-way closure of East Road due to a sinkhole - totally ignoring the fact that the cycleway is open as usual. On the plus side, Gonville Place and Lensfield Road were virtually traffic-free in this direction, so … [more]

Cycle parking (still fenced off) at the future Ironworks community centre

There's cycle parking ahead - surely there should be a dropped kerb and clear space?

Two sets of cycle stands on the Ironworks development

Is this a future link from the Ironworks development to the Chisholm Trail?

Covered cycle parking on the Ironworks development

Clearly not closed

Danger - bike with brake levers and cables missing.

Local traffic chaos due to parked cars blocking cars trying to pass queuing cars. Also no lights on Chedworth St, one light for both Grantchester St and Eltisley Avenue.

Local traffic chaos due to parked cars blocking cars trying to pass queuing cars. Also no lights on Chedworth St, one light for both Grantchester St and Eltisley Avenue.

This is what #189850 means by Access to Frontages Only - no problem for cycles or small cars

I'm never sure what this means - is there access or not? I'm sure there is for cycles.

Slightly out-of-date poster about the Barton Greenway plans - I'm guessing they prefer the 'Camcycle themselves' option.

Definitely no cut-through to the Grantchester Meadows cycle route

Cycle parking (but no cycling), Wolfson College

Cycle parking, Wolfson College

This section of the Maintenance Track's busway has been sectioned off as it is so dangerous.

Cambridge city ambassador with a quad e-bike outside the Guildhall - far cheaper than an actual tourist information centre, and no need for cyclists to lock their bikes up before going inside for information!

Nice new zebra crossing not in use, probably because it has to be signed off or something - still out of use 5 days later.

It looks as if the absolutely appalling stretch of broken road surface at the Station Road junction is getting some overnight attention.

Cycle cut-through added long after the road was closed - the gap between the two bollards on the left is still a bit tight.

Road closure opposite Townsends bike shop - with cycle access belatedly added.

Not a good area to park a bike - 4 frames stripped of parts, and no-one actually daring to leave a bike.

Pothole well placed to catch cyclists and scooters on Newmarket Road

The cycleway inside the new wands now has a red surface - but I'd still worry about cars suddenly cutting across from the right to reach the car park.

Also presumably access for cycles to the parking outside the Grafton Centre.

That was quite some impact. Oddly, the cargo bike is carrying boxes of flowers and also loading up with e-scooters.

Future pathway of some kind at Eddington

A new stretch of segregated cycleway at Eddington

Presumably there should be a '100 metres ahead' plate - otherwise access to the Sainsburys parking places would be illegal Mon-Fri 7am-7pm.

Entrance to the Adams Road Bird Reserve - notice on the inside (clever...) saying Members Only, and Absolutely No Bikes.

The off-road cycleway has become a contraflow lane to give access to the cycle parking at the Anglia Ruskin University buildings here.

The new protected cycle lane comes to an abrupt end before the roundabout and cyclists who don't want to use the circuitous and unpleasant underpass have to wait for a gap in the motor traffic and pull out to the right - why can they not go … [more]

The cycleway on Newmarket Road at the crossing to Coldham's Common is flooded. The extent of the problem means that cyclists wishing to avoid the puddle are forced into the busy motor traffic lane. This can be a tricky and difficult … [more]

East Road cycleway, suggests that the footway should be used from here. Also the footway cycleway appears to be marked as one way.

East Road cycleway

East Road cycleway The off ramp on the left leads to a shared use footway.

East Road cycleway

East Road cycleway

East Road cycleway Triangular warning that cycles crossing. This is where motor traffic on the right crosses the cycleway.

Grafton Centre

The bollard round the bend.

The bollard in the left gap is back. (Apologies for the poor quality photo.) Compare with photo a couple of days previously: #189003.

The bollard on Vinery Road has been removed. Compare with #187909. It was replaced by 3rd Jan see #189095. Also see related: https://twitter.com/camcycle/status/1608883810430484482?s=20&t=Az90hfoxiuJEnEzbqGCXGQ

The setting sun lights the ice chips on the frozen Cam.

St. Philip's Road a few days after the big snow of 2022.

St. Philip's Road a few days after the big snow of 2022.

Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge - hosting the Defaced exhbition.

Trumpington Road - cycle lane and wands.

Trumpington Road - cycle lane and wands

Trumpington Road: wands and a cycle-lane

Judging by the street view images these rows were bent between April and September 2021 - and so have been like this for at least 15 months: April 2021 … [more]

The maintenance track adjacent to the deprecated busway.

This group walked in the carriageway of St. Barnabas Road rather than the icy footway. This was four days after the snow fall.

Tom Amey Court Walking routes are well gritted in this council owned development.

Scenic it may be but this is unacceptable for a major cycle route. Please can @CambsCC grit the Coton Cyclepath to the West Cambridge site? ⁦@camcycle⁩ https://t.co/SHi9Ji8PZw

Chisholm Trail - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Chisholm Trail - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Chisholm Trail - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Chisholm Trail - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Chisholm Trail - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Chisholm Trail - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Chisholm Trail - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Both runners and a few cyclists moved the fence and carried on through this temporary closure.

Chisholm Trail bridge - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Chisholm Trail - two days after the snow fall.

Chisholm Trail bridge - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Chisholm Trail - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Chisholm Trail - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Coldham's Common - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

Coldham's Common - two days after the snow fall. There's an icy crust covering most of the path with a thin track clear for cycling.

The inclined end of Norfolk Street at the East Road crossing is ungritted.

Diagonal path across New Square (which is the main pedestrian route between the City Centre and the Grafton Centre) has not been gritted - but the lesser used footway at the side of the street called New Square has been treated.

Path across Donkey's Common untreated after snow.

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