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Congestion in Pembroke Street, Cambridge

Congestion in Pembroke Street, Cambridge

Cambridge Congestion, Saturday.

and Thursday..

@David_McHardy @camcycle Same on Hills road this evening, all the way from Long road to Cherry Hinton road.

Elizabeth Way pedestrian paced the whole way, continuing onto East Rd. Elizabeth Way Bridge

Cambridge Congestion on my 9-930 commute. Arbury Road

Here is the daily school-run congestion in Oxford Iffley Rd: angry drivers, wasted time and CO2. It has been like this for years. One must be crazy to think this is OK and we should do nothing. Proposed traffic filters may help, but permits … [more]

[Image taken 4.10.21] Looking towards Marygate carpark/Railway Walk, York. Congestion. No room for wider machines ('York'cycles) or wheelchair/mobility scooters to pass. Other images here today: #174587 and links

[Image taken 29.9.21] Navigation Road, York. Congestion. Five drivers had to negotiate to be able to move at all. How many are rut running? Context see: #174548 and links

[Image taken 29.9.21] Navigation Road, York. Motor vehicle congestion. Parked vehicles on the left reduce the space to 1.5 (barely) carriageways. Context see: #174548 and links

[Image taken 4.7.21] York rail station, York. Car park still signposted as closed. But today there is at least a gap through and no cyclists dismount signs. Images from yesterday see #171329 and links. Once through the visible exit, it was … [more]

[Image taken 22.5.21] Rougier Street, York. Under the TSAR scheme (see also: #169160) pedestrian lights have been replaced with 'same side' ones. I believe they are not appropriate for locations where there are large numbers of people … [more]

Rush hour congestion on New Street, Cambridge. The motor vehicle storage on both sides of this street make it difficult for cycles to pass the queueing traffic in either direction. Note: this section of the street is two-way for all … [more]

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. This couple have their backs to people coming down the slope from Scarborough Bridge. And that corner is a blind one. See also today: #168006 and links

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. The space here is ‘all directions’: up and down the slope, towards and away from the camera, and ‘all people’ – on cycles, on e-scooters and cycles, in wheelchairs, on trikes, with trailers… and … [more]

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. This the bottom of the steeper of the two slopes connecting Marygate car park/the riverside/Scarborough Bridge/York. Most people, including those in mobility scooters, use this. Officers at York … [more]

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. 172cm for all users, all directions, all speeds passing the exit from/access to this steep slope and also passing in the direction of the camera and towards it. There’s clutter, mud… See also … [more]

[Image taken 1.5.21] Marygate car park, York. From this: #166422 and this: #157641 to this. Image showing what we’ve lost (to car parking). The width is now 330cm. But that’s the actual not the usable width. The usable width is a maximum of … [more]

[Image taken 29.4.21] Bridge Lane junction with Wigginton Road, York. Even this close to the new bollard (an obstruction, it seems to me) the corner is still blind for pedestrians in both directions and cyclists turning in. Conflict! … [more]

[Image taken 20.6.19] Tanner's Moat at its junction with Rougier Street, York. Massive vehicle blocking the cycle cut-through and therefore also the access to the drop kerb while the driver and his colleague had a fag. This is a critical … [more]

[Image taken 30.7.19] Congestion on Tanner's Moat-Rougier Street, York shared pavement and cycle cut-through. See also: #166021, #166022, #166023, #166027

Cambridge retail park A rising bollard in the car park has been removed in defiance of the planning regulations and the retail park has applied for retropsective permission to make that permanent. I think that will lead to it being used as … [more]

Sign pleads not to park here claiming it causes “unnecessary congestion“

Congestion Charging is coming to Cambridge - or at least to its car parks.

"Bristol and Bath Railway Path" Crossing -- Item Number 1 could be a proper footbridge over the Bristol and Bath Railway Path just here

First impressions of Shrewsbury from our hotel room. Almost all the cyclists we've seen are on the footways along here.

Queues of cyclists not cars. Should be 2/3 cycle lane and 1/3 cars.

Motor traffic queuing across a toucan crossing at junction on the Springburn Expressway

Happy holidays, New York!

Congestion on the one way system in Conwy.

It's a wet Saturday afternoon in October - let's all go Christmas shopping! (This queue is for the Grand Arcade car park - nothing to do with the Hills Road roadworks.)

Riding past the long queue of traffic (which stretches round the distant corner most of the length of Jesus lane) for Park Street Car Park. The cost of congestion is not mentioned in this 2014 report by Cambridge City Council on the … [more]

Approaching Brookland Road: most cyclists use road, but when it is busy others wanting to continue ahead or enter Coe Fen use footway.

Busy moment after work. Some cars pull forward, blocking the foot/ cycleway.

Traffic queueing into the far distance on North Rd, Baldock. So much for the bypass !

Congestion on Park Street Cambridge on a Saturday.

A view of congestion from the multi-storey car park above Sainsbury's in Surbiton.

Buses get stuck in traffic because of the sheer number of private motor vehicles, most of them containing a single occupant. A good demonstration of why congestion charging is needed.

The clever way to travel down Milton Road during rush hour. Some people queue for road space, others prefer to cycle....

M11 Congestion

Congestion on the Sheep's Green Bridge, which has not been upgraded, only the spans. This is the situation that Councillors have approved. Note the (advisory) Cyclist Dismount signs that have appeared.

Congestion on the Sheep's Green Bridge, which has not been upgraded, only the spans. This is the situation that Councillors have approved.

These half baked signs, which are shabbily fitted to lampposts were the County Council's disappointing attempt at encouraging cycle use during bike week. Although in the right spirit they are so shabbyily done that they look a right mess. … [more]

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