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Uttons Drove bridleway from the A1307 cycle path to Swavesey - a bad surface here, and the surfacing soon ends altogether.

Uttons Drove bridleway from the A1307 cycle path to Swavesey

Farmers... so territorial. Cyclists have to dismount here on the temporary 'farm access' link from Fenstanton to Swavesey beside the new A14.

Farmers... so territorial. Cyclists have to dismount here on the temporary 'farm access' link from Fenstanton to Swavesey beside the new A14.

The temporary 'farm access' link from Fenstanton to Swavesey beside the new A14.

Start of the temporary 'farm access' link from Fenstanton to Swavesey beside the new A14.

The temporary 'farm access' link from Fenstanton to Swavesey alongside the new A14.

Shared-use path from the A14 bridge towards Conington, with the temporary 'farm access' link to Swavesey turning left (and a footpath to the right).

Passing place to allow space for a shared-use path on the bridge over the new A14

Shared-use path on bridge over the A14 (the footpath to the left doesn't really go anywhere) - with the the missing link cycleway from Fenstanton to Swavesey under construction on the far side of the A1307

End of shared-use path on bridge over the A14 (the footpath to the left doesn't really go anywhere) - with the the missing link cycleway from Fenstanton to Swavesey under construction on the far side of the A1307

The missing link cycleway by the A1307 from Fenstanton to Swavesey under construction

The missing link cycleway by the A1307 from Fenstanton to Swavesey under construction

There's a largely redundant dual-carriageway, but instead of taking a lane to provide the missing link cycleway between Swavesey and Fenstanton, they're spending much more time and money on a new alignment in the fields.

There's no safe crossing of the A1307 here, but the shared-use path on the far side simply ends and cyclists towards Fenstanton are supposed to head north on the A1307 here (but it seems the farm access road to the west is an alternative).

This farm access road allows cyclists to reach Fenstanton and beyond without riding on the A1307 - a temporary measure until the cycleway by the A1307 is completed in mid-2021.

Start of Utton's Drove bridleway to Northstowe and Swavesey

Transport England built a good bridge for Non-Motorised Users at Swavesey (and also at Bar Hill) which was fine for half a year, until a 'safety' audit led to barriers being installed, in contravention of the government's LTN 1/20. (als ... [more]

Transport England built a good bridge for Non-Motorised Users at Swavesey (and also at Bar Hill) which was fine for half a year, until a 'safety' audit led to barriers being installed, in contravention of the government's LTN 1/20.

Transport England built a good bridge for Non-Motorised Users at Swavesey (and also at Bar Hill) which was fine for half a year, until a 'safety' audit led to barriers being installed, in contravention of the government's LTN 1/20.

Transport England built a good bridge for Non-Motorised Users at Swavesey (and also at Bar Hill) which was fine for half a year, until a 'safety' audit led to barriers being installed, in contravention of the government's LTN 1/20.

Abandoned hot tub shop gets more priority than cycling here. Typical Highways England. (in the distance you can see the fancy new Swavesey / Boxworth End bridge)

New cycle/pedestrian bridge over the new A14

Lairdstall Drove north from the busway

Lairstall Drove south from the busway to Swavesey

Well-used cycle stands at the Swavesey park and ride on the guided busway

Middle Fen Drove north from the busway

Middle Fen Drove, south from the busway to Swavesey

Mow Fen Drove, south from the busway to Swavesey

Shared-use path from Swavesey to the A14

Sunday morning at Swavesey church, one bike either side of the porch (and a wheelchair)

Routes from Swavesey to the busway - bridleway to the left, shared-use footway to the right

Routes from Swavesey to the busway - bridleway to the left, shared-use footway to the right

Black Kiln Drive - a footpath around the east side of Swavesey

To the left a bridleway to the busway; to the right a footpath used by cars (?)

Bridleway from Swavesey to the guided busway

Bridleway crossing the guided busway

Swavesey

Boxworth End, Swavesey

Some nice bull rushes.

Mini roundabout, Swavesey

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