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Barton village - lots of poorly used road space

Cracks and steps in surface

Comberton Road junction - acres of tarmac to cross and an alignment that encourages fast traffic speeds. Approaching traffic is directly behind you as you approach the crossing and people enter the junction at speed. I have seen two coll ... [more]

Crossing the M11(N) slip road - poor visibility. The road alignment encourages speed, and makes it difficult for people waiting to cross to anticipate which exit a car might be heading for.

M11 bridge - some cyclists prefers the road to the narrow footway conversion

M11 bridge - path is much too narrow. See how far people ride away from the edge barrier, and how close that puts them to the kerb.

M11 bridge approach - See how much clearance people give each other and how close that puts them to the path edge. This path could do with being wider here, and is much to narrow across the bridge itself.

Gratuitous give way markings at farm entrance

You have to give way to traffic directly behind you - very difficult to anticipate and see.

M11 Coton Rd roundabout - using the main roundabout in preference to the cycle track Location: England, United Kingdom M11 Coton Rd roundabout - using the main roundabout in preference to the cycle track

M11 Coton Rd roundabout crossing - busy, difficult, too wide, poor alignment

Barton Road cycleway - cracks in surface

Barton Rd - cracks in surface

Barton Rd - cracks in surface

Barton Rd segregated cycle path - using the "pedestrian" side to pass as the path is too narrow

Barton Rd cycle path - congestion outside Wolfson College

Barton Rd cycle path - difficult crossing at Grange Rd. Busy, poor visibility, obstructed by emerging vehicles.

Barton Rd cycle path - crossing at Newnham corner

Cycle track across the A11. Even though half the slip road to the A11 has been hatched out and bollarded of ( #18802 ) the entrance is still excessively flared. To the left (behind the camera) Colney Lane becomes a residential cul-de-sac. T ... [more]

Fair enough, the man with the van was fixing the telecom box just out of the picture on the left, but he is blocking both the cycle path exit and the sightlines to any approaching traffic. This is a poor end to an otherwise reasonable cy ... [more]

Poor merge with the carriageway where the Newmarket Rd cycle track joins Colney Lane. There is plenty of space to do this properly but just putting a drop on a narrow footway at a bend that you can't see around is poor. Solution: Wid ... [more]

This is a really POOR end to an otherwise reasonable road side cycle track. Look how much width is available and yet it has been fenced off, hatched out and bollarded off, while the shared path is shoved into a hedge. It gets worse aroun ... [more]

All things considered, this isn't a bad roadside link along the A11. It connects the new housing estates at Roundhouse Way to Colney Lane. As a route to the city it isn't great. It isn't especially direct - dancing back and forth across ... [more]

Unsegregated cycle path alongside Bluebell Road. Well seperated from the road but suffers all the usual problems of roadside cycle tracks such as loss of priority at side roads.

The Avenues is traffic calmed and perfectly suitable for on road cycling for all abilities. It forms an important link between the city centre and UEA, the hospital, and the western residential areas. There is a parallel segregated cycle ... [more]

The Avenues is traffic calmed and perfectly suitable for on road cycling for all abilities. It forms an important link between the city centre and UEA, the hospital, and the western residential areas. There is a parallel segregated cycle ... [more]

Neat merge from off-road cycle path to lead in lane to the advansed stop line (ASL). The Avenues is traffic calmed and perfectly suitable for on road cycling for asll abilities. It forms an important link between the city centre and UEA, ... [more]

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