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Next day, same issue, almost certainly same people and same vehicle. A few people under specific circumstances are allowed to stop or park in a cyclepath. Scaffolders are not. And there is an easy legal option very … [more]

This is where the driver of this van and trailer decided to stop and have a phone call. Completely blocking the cyclepath and pavement. I had to stop and ask, then shout "hello" as he wasn't paying any attention to other traffic. Why not … [more]

Signage on the cycle route through Fawcett school not very clear (and it really should be in a school!) and now out of date after recent developments. I do appreciate the desire to avoid putting up new signs and posts, but these two … [more]

The cyclepath has been very poorly redeveloped. It's now much too narrow to take both people riding and walking. This is especially problematic when the school is letting pupils out. Note added by Simon 31 Oct 2019: the gate seen on both … [more]

The "buses only" would be the direct route for cyclists coming from Hauxton or the Addenbrooke's Access Road to the bus stop at the P&R, Trumpington Meadows and the Great Kneighton Cyclebahn. But cyclists were not considered.

Sign post to city centre and Hauxton at the southern fringe. The road layout has many mistakes and is very unfriendly: Interrupted pavement cycle way ("no entry"), anti pedestrian surfaces, staged crossings with fences. See … [more]

Pavement ends, now join the 40mph Addenbrookes Access Road.

Modern British road design at Great Kneighton (2,400 dwellings), Glebe Farm and Trumpington Meadows (1,350 dwellings). The kind of intersection that you wouldn't want your child to cycle through:

Modern British road design with pedestrian crossing at the 2,400 homes Great Kneighton estate and Glebe Farm development. Two-stage crossing with diversion, a menace to pedestrians and wheel chair users.

Exit from the Novo development at Great Kneighton onto the 40mph Addenbrooke's access road.

The abode sales agent Bidwells provides a space for a Zip car but unlike Skanska and Novo didn't bother with cycle parking. This is in keeping

abode development building 306 dwellings at Great Kneighton. Addenbrooke’s Road, Trumpington, Cambridge, CB2 9AS. The giratory is not cyclefriendly, but eventually this development will gain access to the "the Great Kneighton cyclebahn near … [more]

Swedish developer Skanska provides "Bicycle parking" with Sheffield stands at its sales office for the 128 dwellings they are building at Great Kneighton. Seven Acre Sales Centre, Kingfisher Gardens, off Addenbrooke’s Road, Trumpington, … [more]

Onstreet cyclelane at the Cambridge Biomedial Campus takes cyclists off the main carriageway and before the roundabout with way to get back onto the cyclelane after the roundabout. See

Francis Crisk Avenue and site for new development at Addenbrooke's Hospital, near Papworth Hospital relocation site.

View from Addenbrooke's access road towards Great Kneighton, site for 2400 dwellings. See also

See clip at Is this appropriate? Would you do the same thing in a road? From my point of view, I cannot cross over the white line onto the pavement to the right, as that would be cycling on the pavement and is … [more]

A modern British crossings design between the future Hauxton path (and the primary school in Trumpington Meadows) to the west and Great Kneighton and the Addenbrookes access road to the east of the A10. A staged crossing with lots of fences … [more]

As seen from the junction in #49427 it is unclear where the northbound cyclists are supposed to come from.

This offstreet, redmac cycleway looks like a one-way cycletrack, no way to reach the city centre bound track starting less than a hundred yards away. Pedestrians have the choice between the lawn and the anti-walking surface. This new layout … [more]

According to Countryside Properties cycling falls under playing (see billboard). Looking at the cycleways leading to town (or lack of them) cycling will be renegated to "playing". This indicates a one way cycleway, the northbound offstreet … [more]

Coming from the Shelfords or the Addenbrookes gutter cyclists can use the lane in #49351 to cross the left turn lane and reach the ASL. Though they can reach the pavement cycleway on the other side. See next #49355.

A short, redmac layby. Not sure why. It may be to help cyclists find their way from the gutter to the right turn ASL leading onto the A10. See next #49353.

Cyclists on Long Road bridge crossing the Great Kneighton Cyclebahn to Trumpington and Addenbrookes Hospital. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49028.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Trumpington. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49026.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Trumpington. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49024.

The Great Kneighton Cyclebahn between Long Road and Trumpington. The morning rush in Cambridge, see also #49023.

Great Kneighton Cyclebahn.

Cyclists in the morning rush on the Great Kneighton cyclebahn by the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway, April 2013. See also #48850.

Cyclists in the morning rush on the Great Kneighton cyclebahn, April 2013. See also #48847.

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