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Contraflow markings on St Andrews Street now have arrows and are the full length of the road, following several requests for this. Makes the situation much clearer now.

Excellent big white cycle markings on Argyle Street remind motorists that this is a two-way street for cycling.

Small bike symbols in the gutter on Crouch St have been burned off and replaced with large symbols in a much more prominent part of the road.

Bike symbol on Crouch St indicating desire line into the underpass has been moved (see #34314). Not sure why the bike isn't facing the traffic... The safest approach, and the only one with clear vision of both the pavement and underpass ... [more]

Little bike symbols in the gutter along Crouch St have been burned off and replaced by some larger ones, in the centre of the lane.

Little bike symbols in the gutter (see #34309) along Crouch St have been burned off and replaced by some larger ones, in the centre of the lane.

Small bike symbol on Crouch St suggesting cyclists make a sweep right across the road into the underpass. For cyclists to make this right turn, they should previously have been in a far more dominant, central road position and not make the ... [more]

Cycle symbols have been added to the access road alongside Norman Way.

New cycle symbol on the road at St Johns Green. The pavement alongside Southway has been transformed into a high quality cycle route. On second thought: the only difference is a badly placed 'Share the Space' bollard and awkward drop kerb.

Lots of cycle symbols have appeared around the town centre of Colchester. This is Priory Street.

Lots of cycle symbols have appeared around the town centre of Colchester. This is St. Johns Street.

Lots of cycle symbols have appeared around the town centre of Colchester. This is Vineyard St.

Bicycle symbol on Die Bahn trains.

Shows the size of the cycle symbols on Hills Road bridge which indicate a cycle lane. There are few which are still smaller than this (cf the left turn cycle lane into Cherry Hinton Road) but most have been increased in size.

Cyclists forced off the road by stupid road marking, turning left to go right.

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