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Ring Fort Path by popular demand: http://iitm.be/ringfortpath

New pole with a "Cyclists Dismount sign" (see #31618 from July 2011) and a shared use sign on the opposite side. Orchard Park Community Council proposed this "Cyclists Dismount route" as the route for the http://iitm.be/ringfortpath . For m ... [more]

From right to left: Councillor Ian Bates (Member for Growth and Planning), Dearbhla Lawson (Head of Transport & Infrastructure), Klaas Brümann (Cambridge Cycling Campaign) with Mike Davies (Team Leader Cycling Projects) at the front coming ... [more]

Ring Fort Path proposal for Orchard Park: http://iitm.be/ringfortpath

Klaas Brümann (CCyC), Clare Blair (Parish Councillor Orchard Park), Shirley Fieldhouse (CCyC) and Yemi Macaulay (Leader of the Orchard Park Parish Council) at the Cambridge Cycling Campaign stall at Orchard Park in support of Ring Fort Pat ... [more]

Cambridge Cycling Campaign stall at Orchard Park Fiesta 2012 with campaign posters for the Chisholm Trail and Ring Fort Path.

Dr Michael Cahn walking up the Ring Fort Path, which urgently needs to be upgraded for bicycles , pushchairs and wheelchairs.

Proposal for Ring Fort Path as a zigzag path with two to three sections (one or two bends) build with gabions and descending into the play area at the end of Ring Fort Road. Please note that the red mark is an initial sketch and not to scal ... [more]

Provisional path from the A14 interchange crossing at Histon/Impington to Ring Fort Road, see also #37840. For details see http://iitm.be/ringfortpath .

Provisional path from the A14 interchange crossing at Histon/Impington to Ring Fort Road, see also #41777.

Jim Chisholm proposes a zigzag route build with gabions to enforce the embankment and reduce the costs of a "Ring Fort Path" down to the play area.

The Orchard Park Parish Council is currently making a passage taking down a section of the fences (where Jim Chisholm stands) for people to reach the embankment on foot. See also #41776,

The Orchard Park Parish Council is currently making a passage taking down a section of the fences (where Jim Chisholm stands) for people to reach the embankment on foot. See also #37841,

Stall bike petitioning for "Ring Fort Path" http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/RingFortPath

Stall Bike at the A14 roundabout at Histon, campaigning for "Ring Fort Path".

Cllr Bates, Cabinet Member for Growth and Planning receiving the "Ring Fort Path" petition from lead petitioner Vanessa Kelly. Also in the picture Cllr Bygott (SCDC) and campaigners. CamNews on "Ring Fort Path" http://iitm.be/cnRFP - pet ... [more]

Klaas, Cllr Tom Bygott (Girton), Vanessa and Cllr Ian Bates, Cabinet Member for Growth and Planning after the Campaign had handed over the petition for the Ring Fort Path.

Cambridge Cycling Campaign stall bike at Orchard Park Family Fun Day collected another 180 signatures for the "Ring Fort Path" petition http://iitm.be/ringfortpath , including from Cllr Ward and Cambridge Mayor Cllr Nimmo-Smith.

Cambridge Cycling Campaign stall at Orchard Park Family Fun Day collected another 180 signatures for the "Ring Fort Path" petition http://iitm.be/ringfortpath , including from Cllr Ward and Cambridge Mayor Cllr Nimmo-Smith.

County Councillor David Jenkins signing the petition for Ring Fort Path: http://www.camcycle.org.uk/campaigning/issues/ringfortpath/ The petition has been signed be many residents and Councillors from several political parties.

The "Ring Fort Path" would provide a great improvement for residents of the western area of Orchard Park wishing to travel to, for example, the Firs House Doctors’ Surgery in Histon, the Holiday Inn Lakeview hotel (e.g. for work or to vis ... [more]

Cambridge Cycling Campaign are petitioning the County Council to build a path for pedestrians and cyclists which would run from the A14 crossing (southeastern side) alongside the A14 slip road behind barriers and then into Ring Fort Road by ... [more]

Current detour from Histon to Orchard Park. Ring Fort Path could make the route 600 m shorter: http://www.camcycle.org.uk/jumpto/RingFortPath

Ring Fort Path route as proposed by Orchard Park Community Cllr Blair. Routed along near the play areas at Orchard Park it may help to prevent vandalism in this otherwise remote corner behind the recycling station and the changing rooms. In ... [more]

The Highways Maintenance service access is at least 3.50 m wide between the electricity substation and the column in the pumping station wall. It already has one of the best flush kerbs in Orchard Park... As seen from the opposite side #3 ... [more]

The Highways Maintenance service access is at least 3.50 m wide between the electricity substation and the column in the pumping station wall. As seen from the opposite side #31617

Ring Fort Path route as proposed by Orchard Park Community Cllr Blair. The even part of the embankment is 3.50 m wide behind the barriers, but narrows further down. See also #31619.

Ring Fort Road at Chieftain Way (which will host another hotel and a supermarket). Orchard Park Community Councillor and Chair of Governors at Orchard Park Community Primary School Clare Blair favours routing Ring Fort Path to the left, pas ... [more]

Ring Fort Road in Orchard Park. To the left the pupils entrance to Orchard Park Community Primary School, to the right one of two hotels on this development.

Orchard Park Community Councillor and Chair of Governors at Orchard Park Community Primary School Clare Blair and Cambridge Cycling Campaign Committee Member Vanessa Kelly inspecting possible routings for Orchard Path. See also http://iitm. ... [more]

Illustration ot the area. From Histon to the Hotel, school and public areas of Orchard Park it is only 200 m distance with a descent of less than 9 m. Note: The yellow line is based on GPS tracking data, the red line indicates the proposed ... [more]

Illustration ot the area. From Histon to the Hotel, school and public areas of Orchard Park have to walk and cycle 770 m distance all around this area to get there. Note that the shortcut section is not the ideal route, but where people are ... [more]

Cambridge Cycling Campaign is proposing the addition of a shared-use path (marked in red) from the A14 crossing (south eastern side) alongside the A14 slip road, but behind the barriers and then into Ring Fort Road by the Premier Inn and Or ... [more]

For cyclists the distance to Orchard Park, Kings Hedges, Regional College, Chesterton, Abbey, Arbury Road could be reduced and moved away from the 40 mph road. See Ring Fort Path idea http://iitm.be/OrchardPath

A 200 m long shared use path could lead from the A14 roundabout (Histon junction, see #31013) to the service access to the west of the Premier Inn hotel, connecting Histon (Holiday Inn, Vision Park, IVC, Swimming Pools etc) with Orchard Par ... [more]

From here to the Premier Inn Hotel and Ring Force Road is 770 m distance on the existing path (passing a cyclists dismount sign). It could be reduced to under 200 m, see #31013

The well trodden path from the pedestrian crossing over the A14 junction (south-easterly crossing) to the public areas of Orchard Park shows that there is demand for a short cut which would also benefit those using weelchairs, pushchairs an ... [more]

Why go the long way (770 m) if it could be 200 m (less then 5% gradient). See area #31012 and map #10348. Ring Fort Road will be Orchard Park's commercial area with shops and a second hotel.

this is the junction of cycle lanes in front of Gloucester Park Swimming Pool; this is the sight as you cycle up from the well designed cycle routes that take you beneath the awful roundabouts on the ring roads that link nethermayne, broadm ... [more]

The gentle slope parallel to the A14 junction could provide for a direct cycle and pedestrian link between the A14/Histon roundabout and the public / sports area of Arbury Park, providing a quieter, shorter and friendlier route to Arbury Rd ... [more]

Outline plans of Arbury Camp. See Ring Fort Path idea http://iitm.be/OrchardPath

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