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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.

Hi @TrinCollCam your colleagues at @CambridgeSust have retrofitted the correct priority onto the side streets in Eddington. Please could you do the same for @CamSciencePark? https://t.co/3BwzZdK45m

Traffic calming and protection for pedestrians, presumably.

Modal filter, Eddington

Amazing - Dr Bike comes by car....

Four separate sets of cycle stands in view, plus indoor cycle parking to the right - pretty good provision!

Cycle stands outside the new aparthotel, Eddington

No visible cycle parking at the new Hyatt hotel in Eddington.

Presumably this is the cycle parking for the new Eddington hotel

Modal filter and cycle parking, Eddington

Secure cycle parking at a Girton College building, Eddington

Cycle parking, Eddington

Cycle parking by the new Eddington lake

Cyclist in the mirror sculpture by the new Eddington lake

Track around the new Eddington lake, with observation tower

Future routes into the new Eddington park

Cycle parking at the new Eddington park

Crossing and cycleway sign, Eddington

Ridiculous amount of signage as the cycleway constantly flickers between shared-use and segregated.

Ridiculous amount of signage as the cycleway constantly flickers between shared-use and segregated.

Future cycleway north from Eddington

Junction of cycleways, Eddington

Segregated cycleway and crossings, Eddington

Lots of cycleway signs, Eddington

Segregated route north from Eddington

Future exit from the new Knights Park development at Eddington

Shared space, by the look of it, in the new Knights Park development at Eddington

The new Knights Park development at Eddington - every house has a garage, so I assume the cycle parking is hidden inside.

Signs already in place for future shared-use paths.

Future shared-use paths at the new Knights Park development at Eddington

Cycle stands at the marketing suite for the new Knights Park development at Eddington

Two-way cycleway past the new Knights Park development at Eddington

Not just a footway. Another phase of development at Eddington.

Dr. Bike event

Short gap in the segregated cycleway, to the far side of the hedgeline - it's a bit pointless.

Link from Eddington to the Huntingdon Road

Desire line for people with bikes behind Eddington school

Footpath taking an arbitrary route behind Eddington school

We ought to be grateful for the gritting, but it's not right to see a truck driving along the cycleways in Eddington scattering salt. A much smaller vehicle should be used. Cycleways are not for motor traffic of any kind in my view! It … [more]

New crossing from Girton to Eddington under construction

Three sets of cycle stands on the Ridgeway, Eddington

Cycle parking in a new section of the Eddington development

Link to a new section of the Eddington development (and a shared-use sign that has been crashed into)

Large secure cycle park in Eddington

Bollards on Garrod St, Eddington, and a couple of Sheffield stands

The Ridgeway swings right here, but the main route ahead is named Garrod St from here.

The location of this crossing makes a bit more sense now there's a good route straight into Eddington, but there still needs to be a crossing at the main Eddington Avenue junction.

Eddington fantasy

Decent cycle parking at the Storey's Way Centre

Nonsense sign at the exit from Eddington - there are shared-use routes left and right beside Madingley Road and also on the far side into the university's West Cambridge site.

Mirror on a cycleway in Eddington during a #CamRideHome

Buses often wait here, impeding the Ridgeway cycle crossing - but this bus has stopped well clear, in fact it had to reverse to get moving again.

The Ridgeway crossing Turing Way, Eddington

Signs in place well before the junction can open.

Squiggle through a construction site

All signed up and nowhere to go (yet)

Bunker's Hill, from The Ridgeway and Eddington to the Huntingdon Road

Bunker's Hill, leading to The Ridgeway and Eddington

Bunker's Hill, leading to The Ridgeway and Eddington

Apparently a crossing here would make the right-turn lane too short so motor traffic into Cambridge would be held up. Oh dear what a shame that would be.

Cyclists are meant to join the carriageway here, just where Huntingdon Road narrows and cars cut into the cycle lane.

The nearest crossing to the Eddington Avenue junction.

Cyclist on The Ridgeway from Eddington towards central Cambridge

No motor vehicles as a rule - but there's still a reminder to look out for cyclists and joggers

Footpath and cycle route

Diversion via footpath (perfectly fine for cycling)

This may be a new segregated link.

#Eddington #cyclepath signage overkill. This, whilst attempting to be very accurate, looks quite silly and does create a poor visual experience. https://t.co/zNlV9S7EPs

Alternating shared-use and segregated cycleway signs - needless legalistic confusion.

Access to residential blocks, Eddington

Sign for short shared-use section on segregated cyclway - needless confusion.

Cycleway and parking, Eddington

Crossing to the Ridgeway, Eddington (and Ofo bike)

Cycleway by Turing Way, Eddington

It don't know if this is as planned, but there is no crossing of the Huntingdon Road at the Eddington junction - cyclists from Girton to Eddington have to use the right-turn traffic lane, and I've no idea what pedestrians are meant to do.

More recently the county has painted a left-turn arrow in the left-turn lane, and it looks like they are adding ASLs to the junction. This is still, however, a terribly dangerous junction design because it tells people cycling that they … [more]

No Cycling sign on this side of the road entering Eddington - on the other side is a shared-use sign.

Cycle route and footways leaving Eddington to the north.

There are still lots of hoardings up along and across the shared-use paths around the Eddington site

There's a lot of cycle parking near the University of Cambridge Primary School (Eddington), and a big covered area too.

Cambridge to Eddington cycleway known as Ridgeway.

Cambridge / Eddington cycleway known as Ridgeway.

Racks at a supermarket

Entrance to Eddington area of Cambridge

Ridgeway

I think the bus stop here is designed to hold up traffic by being only one lane wide, in an attempt to prevent this new development from becoming a 'rat-run'.

The Madingley Road access to Eddington has been designed for high volumes of fastish motor traffic, but to be fair, the road then narrows and curves, with a central reservation, to reduce speeds.

Cycle symbol in the left lane but no ASL so cyclists going ahead or right are in conflict with left-turning vehicles.

A plethora of signs in Eddington - whenever pedestrians might cross the cycletrack the signage changes from 'segregated shared use' to 'unsegregated shared use' and then back again. There must be a simpler way - very few people will know or … [more]

Cycle crossing, Eddington

Cycle stands and underground recycling bins, Eddington

Quite a bit of cycle parking near Market Square, Eddington (also across the road in the distance).

Market Square, Eddington - cycling seems to be permitted here

Market Square, Eddington - cycling seems to be permitted here.

Road closure (7am-7pm) with rising bollards, not yet in use (will they ever work?), at the new Eddington Sainsbury.

There's quite a bit of cycle parking at the new Eddington Sainsbury - unfortunately the entrance is around the corner to the right, and not as shown on the sign to the left of the photo.

Sadly the cycle signs in the new #Eddington development in #Cambridge continue the tradition of being confusing. https://t.co/oLxmdJlfW1

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