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Foot and cycle bridge on this new development on a north eastern edge of Cambridge

Marleigh - a new development on the north eastern side of Cambridge.

Foot and cycle bridge on this new development on a north eastern edge of Cambridge

Covered cycle parking at a new development, Hinckley.

New development in Romsey.

Kings Meadow: New development off Coldhams Lane, Cambridge

Kings Meadow: New development off Coldhams Lane, Cambridge

Kings Meadow: New development off Coldhams Lane, Cambridge

Access to new development

Timber Works new development.

The cycle route through the Wing Development appears to be complete without diversions. There's a gate halfway along which is opened by a construction worker whenever cyclists / walkers need it.

A street in the Ironworks development, formerly the City Council's Mill Road depot.

New development along Sketchley Brook.

Racks in front of new block on Mill Road.

Some cycleways on this new development, but the road they join is very hostile for cycling.

Typical car-dominated new housing development

Bikes parked in this ground level area under a new development. Owners find something solid to lock them to rather than use the laughable 'cycle store' see #71028.

Signs in the ground level car storage area have lots of these signs which yell "PLEASE USE CYCLE STORE" to see how laughable that idea is to anyone concerned about keeping their bike go to #71028.

Perhaps this is the cycle store? This is pathetic for a new development anywhere but especially in an area where there is a high incidence of cycle theft. The nearby security door to the parking area had a broken lock. Perhaps this ... [more]

Trees that say NO PARKING This was inevitable and predicted by #64220.

The sign says that there have been bike thefts recently, with locks being cut. Part of the problem is these dreadful cycle racks that make it very difficult to secure a bike properly.

Bikes parked to posts because the provided cycle parking in the distance has been so badly installed that half the capacity has been lost.

Ugly bollards at Kaleidoscope / Busway track access. These are grey concrete with a bit of white-ish paint. They will be hard to see at night. Why aren't reflectors part of the standard for bollards on cycle routes? This development is c ... [more]

All very neatly laid out to make a nice bit of open space - but there's no barriers to prevent this becoming a motor vehicle storage area, whereas the balls in the photo at #64218 have little studs on the top - presumably to deter skateboar ... [more]

Kaleidoscope development - the route to the busway cycleway goes through here.

It appears that the link from the busway cycleway through the Kaleidoscope development is now open (at least the footway part).

Excellent cycle parking at new development.

Cars already being stored half on the footway at this unfinished new development - what more proof is necessary that something is fundametally wrong with the design of these streets?

Neath Farm Court

Motor vehicles stored on the footway - this is therefore a failed development.

Not enough bike parking at this new development. Developers didn't properly incorporate cycle parking into the plans for these apartments and an opportunity to create convenient, covered secure cycle parking was missed - but they bust a gut ... [more]

Cycleway ends - where a new development starts - that's wrong surely!?

Swifts Corner - new development in Fulbourn

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