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Locks tagged by the council for removal. A week later they were gone.

Emergency ambulances attending addresses in Thoday Street stop in the middle of the road and sometimes remain there for around an hour. Motor traffic is left to stare at the back of the ambulance and there are intermittent toots from some o ... [more]

Two added to make five racks in Hope Street. See earlier #103434

Using the Measure app on iPhone on St. Philip's Road.

I measured the gap for pedestrians between the house and the dashed white line as 64cm here, the footway as 1.31 metres and the car space as 2.05 metres. Photo captured using the Measure app on an iPhone 7 https://support.apple.com/en-gb ... [more]

P in marked areas, but nowhere for bikes on this street.

Rear access to Sedgwick and Catharine Streets unlit and muddy.

Possible location for Street Cycle Parking

Blocking

It's really great to have new cycle parking in Romsey, but the workmanship on the installation is rather disappointing. The racks and bollards have been left covered with ugly dirt smears - which look to me like concrete dust. The groun ... [more]

It's really great to have new cycle parking in Romsey, but the workmanship on the installation is rather disappointing. The racks and bollards have been left covered with ugly dirt smears - which look to me like concrete dust. The groun ... [more]

Hope Street Measurements across this street accurate to 5cm: Right footway: 180cm Kerb to offside edge of bollard: 155cm Remaining carriageway: 425cm Footway on other side of road: 175cm. The spacing between the three racks is: ... [more]

Cavendish Road - revamped open space on corner with Mill Road has space for 12 bikes.

Argyle Street with new street cycle parking. Measurements from left to right accurate to 5cm: Left footway: 180cm Cycle lane: 165cm Carriageway between offside edge of white line and bollard: 265cm Offside edge of bollard to right ... [more]

Newly installed racks on Argyle Street. I think the camber combined with the kerb will work well together to keep bikes tidily parked.

Urgent need for more racks in Romsey.

Racks outside the coop to be removed.

About an hour after I took the photo #102588 here the poster has been edited, changing shit to chic: Make Romsey Chic again

Anti ‘gentrification’ poster which shows the fading yarn bombed railings on Mill Road bridge with text overlaid: Make Romsey Shit again but see #102589.

Thoday Street contraflow cycle lane now marked.

Mill Road junction with Hemingford Road and Coleridge Road.

Road to allotments

Allotments

Romsey Road

Hemingford Road

Hemingford Road

A Petersfield resident on a rally points to the achievements in Romsey’s liberated cycling zone that he aspires for his neighbourhood.

Thoday Street contra-flow markings.

I wonder if this No Right Turn sign will get a cycling exception.

Ross Street with contra-flow cycling marking. The same location an hour before: #98129.

Ross Street with contra-flow cycling marking.

Ross Street with contra-flow cycling marking.

Ross Street with contra-flow cycling marking. The same location an hour before: #98130.

Argyle Street with contra-flow cycling marking.

Mill Road eastbound at the junction with Ross Street. The same location an hour later: #98132.

The entrance to Ross Street from Mill Road, there's a sign indicating contra-flow cycling in there. Now that Ross Street is becoming two way for cycling I wonder what the junction treatment will be like here. It turns out that I didn' ... [more]

Contra-flow cycle marking in Sedgwick Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Sedgwick Street.

Turning into Sedgwick Street from Mill Road.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Catharine Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Catharine Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Catharine Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Catharine Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Sedgwick Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Sedgwick Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Argyle Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Argyle Street.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Argyle Street, and a siamese-looking cat basking in one of the first really decent days of spring.

Contra-flow cycle marking in Argyle Street.

Canvassing by local councillors on the day that contraflow cycling signage has gone up. https://twitter.com/simon_nuttall/status/986662533217079297

Sedgwick Street contra-flow cycling marking. Enjoy this gallery of other ones nearby: https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/photomap/tags/twowaycycling2018/

Thoday Street contra flow cycling marking.

Sign showing contra-flow cycling at last!

Except cycles at last!

3/3. New contra flow cycling marking.

2/3. Filling in the contra flow cycling marking.

1/3. About to fill in the contra flow cycling marking.

Road marking to show that two way cycling is now permitted in Catharine Street.

Except cycles at last!

Unfinished markings on Thoday Street.

Except cycles at last!

Just seen this sign on leaving our house that two way cycling in Thoday Street is legal at last! Enjoy this gallery of other ones nearby: https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/photomap/tags/twowaycycling2018/ OSM updated: https://www.op ... [more]

More evidence of the need for cycle parking in Catharine Street

The great snow of 2017.

New tree storage spaces on Ross Street

See clip at http://youtu.be/Pzsq6Hoeu5U This lorry is illegally stopped. It fufills none of the exemptions to the 1988 RTA section 21. Not only that it's incredibly dangerous. I end up stopping for the walker because I'm not sure what ... [more]

Vinery Road The school sign on the left is barely noticeable and covered in a layer of dirt.

Argyle Street Survey of one way streets that may be changed to permit two-way cycling in Romsey.

Hope Street Survey of one way streets that may be changed to permit two-way cycling in Romsey.

How anti-social! Why does this person feel entitled to take up two spaces?

Martin in an electric bakfiets

Martin on a bakfiets

Mill Road / Conservative Club Cycle stands proposed here. An image from a survey of proposed Cycle Parking locations.

2m closure from Brampton Road facing towards Thoday Street.

One way system going into Fairfax Road.

Lorry weight ban going into Cavendish Road from Mill Road.

No entry sign (with cycle bypass) along St Philip's Road.

One way system along St. Philip's Road.

Lorry weight ban pointing into Sedgwick Street but probably referring to Wetenhall Road

2m gap preventing lorry access.

2m (6'6") gap implemented.

Limited lorry access into Ross Street

Lorry restriction entering Brampton Road.

Lorry weight ban, entering Brampton Road.

Signage going into Brampton Road

Sign showing end of lorry ban

Lorry weight ban, entering Cromwell Road.

Loading weight ban, possibly facing the wrong way - I think this is supposed to refer to entry into Wetenhall Road.

Seymour Street

Seymour Street

Vinery Road

Vinery Road

Coldham's Lane

Ross Street

Coleridge Road

St Philip's Road

St Philip's Road

Sedgwick Street

Sedgwick Street No Entry

St Philips Road / Sedgwick Street No Entry

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