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@hopsncheese George Street, #Huntingdon would benefit from 2 way cycling - part of @sustrans #NationalCycleNetwork route. @Huntingdon_Town views needed. @AmyBurbidge2 @Tomstukeley https://t.co/gExEvG3WKE

08_2013_37 Local cycle route near A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon [See nearby tab for other photos of this sign]

Woman on a bike safely using the new side-by-side cycle and Zebra crossing.

That gap leads through to a cycleway.

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and cyclefriendly junctions and bus stops. See also video http://iitm.be/huntbusstop

A small child cycling on the pavement on Huntingdon Road at the Oxford Road bus stop.

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road, between Oxford Street and Storeys Way, during the morning rush.

A cyclist on Huntingdon Road, between Oxford Street and Storeys Way, in the morning rush.

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and cyclefriendly junctions and bus stops. With the current arrangement large vehicles can feel intimidating.

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and better junction design. See also video http://iitm.be/huntjunct

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and better junction design. See also video http://iitm.be/huntbusstop

Cyclists on Huntingdon Road would benefit from segregation from cars, wider cycle lanes and better junction design. See also video http://iitm.be/huntjunct

The narrow cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road don't leave much space between heave vehicles and cyclists and coaches and lorries can feel intimidating.

Cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road.

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See pictures http://cycle.st/p57382-5 . A video from this location: ... [more]

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See next picture #57385 .

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See next picture #57384 . A video from this location: http://iitm.be ... [more]

The Stagecoach at the front stops short of the actual bus stop on Huntingdon Road. The second bus stays behind, blocking cars from overtaking and from leaving Oxford Road. See pictures http://cycle.st/p57382-5 . A video from this location: ... [more]

Bus stop in the cycleway on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Oxford Road. See also http://iitm.be/huntbusstop

A cyclist showing the Campaign's "Yes please" postcard supporting the proposals for hybrid cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road and Hills Road.

Huntingdon Road cycle lanes are too narrow to overtake safely.

The Huntingdon Road cycle lanes in the 'dooring-zone' during the morning rush.

Token cycle lane the width of a handlebar leading to an advanced stop box on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Victoria Road.

Token cycle lanes covered in worn-out redmac on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Victoria Road. Some handlebars are wider.

The white VW Caddy from "Tech Refinishing" keeps one wheel on each of the two token cycle lanes.

Token redmac cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Victoria Road. Some handlebars are wider.

The morning rush on Huntingdon Road in Cambridge, see also #57368 . Video http://goo.gl/IOH940

With no physical segregation confident cyclists can move through main carriageway and position themselves for turning right.

At the Huntingdon Road junctions drivers frequently encroach the cycle lane. See also http://iitm.be/huntjunct

At the Huntingdon Road junctions drivers frequently encroach the cycle lane. See also http://iitm.be/huntjunct

The hybrid cycle lanes proposed for Hills Road and Huntingdon Road will give vulnerable cyclists a wider and safer space through segregation. See also #57352

Cars coming out of Sherlock Road (and other side roads) frequently encroach onto the cycle lane on Huntingdon Road. See also #57351

Cambridge Cycling Campaign Stall Bike in an event to support the proposed hybrid cycle lanes on Huntingdon Road at the junction with Sherlock Road.

August 2013 "Castle Independent" newsletter from Cllr John Hipkin. Text: Dutch style cycleways on the Huntingdon Road? Cambridgeshire County Council has been successful in getting £4.1 million of funding as part of the Department ... [more]

Start of asphalt route to St Ives - totally unsigned.

Bridleway skirting around Houghton

Just a dead end sign - but there's an asphalt route for cyclists all the way to St Ives!

Cyclist right beneath No Cycling sign on the National Trust's Houghton Mill.

Just beyond this is a bridleway sign - but they definitely don't want you cycling past the National Trust's Houghton Mill.

The Green, Houghton - it would be lovely if this was on a signed cycle route.

Cycle stand (presumably) between car-parking spaces in a new housing development

Shared-use cycleway past new housing development

Cheap shared-use path by a busy main room - there's plenty of scope for a good riverside route in the park to the right.

Poor provision for cyclists (despite the route sign)

There's a contraflow cycle-lane in the mid-distance, but it's not clear if there's a legal way to get there.

The pedestrianised main shopping street of Huntingdon - cycles only permitted 4pm-10am, it seems.

Limited cycle parking at Huntingdonshire District Council offices (also visible in the mid-distance)

Start of shared-use path on Huntingdon's hectic one-way system

Route signs (also across the road)

Poor cycle access to Godmanchester bridge - sudden end of shared-use path.

Poor cycle access to Godmanchester bridge

Crossing needed to link cycleways here

Link to riverside route to Huntingdon

The Grove is a handy cut-off avoiding the main road junction - but its loose surface seems designed to keep cyclists away.

Church Lane, Hartford

It's not really possible to use this footpath around Hartford church for cycling.

There's a footpath between Hartford churchyard and the river, but it would be nice to have a cycle route through the churchyard.

Brief stretch of the old road into Huntingdon now closed except for buses (one way) and cycles (two ways).

Brief stretch of the old road into Huntingdon now closed except for buses (one way) and cycles (two ways).

Brief stretch of the old road into Huntingdon now closed except for buses (one way) and cycles (two ways).

Brief stretch of the old road into Huntingdon now closed except for buses (one way) and cycles (two ways).

Cycleway past Hartford Marina

Cycleway past Hartford Marina

After a couple of hundred metres on a half-decent shared-use path, cyclists have to cross back to the other side of the A road.

There's a half-decent shared-use path from Houghton to Huntingdon - crossing to the far side of the A road for a few hundred metres, then crossing back.

Cycle parking behind the Huntingdon Library and Archives on Princess Street with Sheffield stands and CCTV surveilance.

Rubbish shared use cycleway in Huntingdon. Lampost here, dismount at the crossing. terrible!

The no entry versus contraflow cycle lanes here are very ambiguous.

Lake Way

Elephant's footprints style crossing (see #64129 for the dangers of them) on this dual carriageway approaching a roundabout.

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