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Pedestrians squeeze through the bollards restricted by pram arms on the left, and a much improved cycle route on the right.

The worst anti-cycling barrier I’ve ever seen, erected by @TelfordWrekin. Those sharp corners are about at eye height on a road bike and approached around a bend on a down slope. https://t.co/zc0VzdUU1F

Impassable 'pram arms' form an exclusionary barrier on what is supposed to be a cycle route.

Unofficial ramp - presumably for the driveway at left is also useful to ride through this shortcut.

side of path cut away with dangerous steep drop into building site below

Footpath on the left (with pram arms and no cycling notice) and cyclable bridleway with hurdles on the right - also with pram arms.

Annoying and brutal pram arms on the so called Bar Hill cycleway - which amounts to a rebranded footpath with hurdles.

Annoying and brutal pram arms - this one on the footpath that runs parallel to the so called Bar Hill cycleway.

Annoying and brutal pram arms on the so called Bar Hill cycleway - which amounts to a rebranded footpath with hurdles.

Deadly almost invisible pram arms on these bollards of the so called Bar Hill cycleway.

Mercifully these bollards were installed with the pramarms inline with the path. I expect the installers thought that was the sensible way around to avoid blocking the path!

Mercifully these bollards were installed with the pramarms inline with the path. I expect the installers thought that was the sensible way around to avoid blocking the path!

Pram arms on a useful cut through.

Obstructed permeability - pram arms and no dropped kerb.

Obstructed permeability

Obstructed permeability

Pram arms guard this useful link.

Horrible pram arm that probably gets in everyone's way. It looks like this sort of thing has been added after collisions on the blind corner - but perhaps a better way to deal with such problems is to restore the visibility somehow. A caref ... [more]

Although the tiny sign on this useful snicket suggests that 'Cycling Prohibited' it probably is not true - because if it was they would have used the standard NO CYCLING sign. The lack of a dropped kerb does suggest that cycling is not a ... [more]

Someone seems to have gone crazy with pram arm bollards and I'm amazed the residents put up with this grim entrance to their homes.

asphalted footpath in Girton

Lots of anal No Ball Games signs in this area. This wouldn't be much use as a cut-through for cyclists, but the bollard is hostile to wheelchairs, buggies and even pedestrians.

Close to Addenbrookes, but still blocked by pram-handles - no passage for cycle-trailers, buggies or wheelchairs. Thankfully these are gone by 2015 see #64567.

Close to Addenbrookes, but still blocked by pram-handles - no passage for cycle-trailers, buggies or wheelchairs. See #87255 for a refreshing view in 2017.

cut-through from Barton Rd to Gough Way

The snicket or jitty between Field Way and Rotherwick Way. The pramarms have since been removed see #64567.

Dismounting on a cycleway. For drivers this is the equivalent of having to get out of your car and push! This obstruction badly lets down the Cambridge South East Cycle Route - which was built in the early 1990s as an alternative the the b ... [more]

Pram arms on the cycleway (note the cycle symbol on the ground and the directional signage in the distance.)

Pram arms on a bollard. Same area 15 years later: #102929.

NO CYCLING CYCLISTS DISMOUNT The arrangements are much better by 2012, see: #72468

Pram arms on the bollards Route much improved 16 years later: #111989

Pikes Walk - pram arms

Pram arms on bollards, and then a fence. They really don't want you to get past here, and the graffiti says "Time to die".

These grim obstructions ruin this route for everyone.

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