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The key to this map says blue dashed lines are "Signed primary network separate from traffic". So why are developers putting up no entry signs as per https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/87701/?

These "No Entry" signs appeared whilst Wilton Terrace was being demolished and there was restricted access at the other end. However, that's long over and there's plenty of space now. So are these signs still up to dissuade people cycli ... [more]

No entry, bicycles free sign in Hanover (Lower Saxony, Germany).

Garden Walk - with 'Except cycles' subpanels on the no entry signs, and a sharrow.

No entry except cycles to the pedestrianised city centre in Peterborough.

The junction of Creffield Rd and Maldon Rd is crying out for a cyclists exemption from the No Entry.

Example of a segregated cycleway up a oneway street. Brilliant modern infrastructure.

False one way street - two way for bicycles sign.

Sauf biciclette - No entry except cycles. Semi pedestrianised road in Bordeaux.

No cycling down the stairs. There is also a longer ramp as an alternative route to cycle down.

Cambridgeshire County Council does not permit the use of this sign. Erected by ... Cambridgeshire County Council

Cambridgeshire County Council does not permit the use of this sign. Erected by ... Cambridgeshire County Council

No left turn, except (undtaget) bicycles sign in white/red colour. Allowing cyclists to turn to go up a street with a "low flying motorbikes sign". Confusing signs not just in Cambridge.

No right turn, except (undtaget) bicycles. Allowing cyclists to turn to go up one way street.

No entry - "bicycles" frei / free. This one way street (for motor traffic) is typical in its car parking layout, which are located in blocks on either side, so that cars have to slow down and "slalom" between them.

Coronation Street runs from Hills Road to Panton Street one way East to West. For the last block it runs the opposite way West to East (from the very narrow St Eligius Street to Panton Street. This short stretch of one-way street has probab ... [more]

Coronation Street runs from Hills Road to Panton Street one way East to West. The last block it runs the opposite way West to East (from the very narrow St Eligius Street to Panton Street. This adds three blocks in heavy traffic on narrow r ... [more]

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