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NCN route 3 crossing the A390 in Truro - no traffic lights, so good luck. There's a light-controlled crossing at Sainsbury's, not far to the west.

Steps on the link to the closed road past Penair School, Truro

Steps towards the closed road past Penair School, Truro

Useful cut-through towards central Truro

Dropped kerb needed on this useful cut-through

Useful cut-through towards central Truro

Roundabout and steps in the housing estate near Penair School, Truro

Junction of alleys, not shown on online mapping.

Junction of alleys, not shown on online mapping.

Pedestrian cut-through, not shown on online mapping.

One of many cut-throughs in this area of Truro

Private road, one of many cut-throughs in this area of Truro

One of many cut-throughs in this area of Truro

One of many cut-throughs in this area of Truro

Start of lane to Malpas and St Clement

Start of closed road past Penair School, Truro

It's bizarre to have a closed road past Penair School, Truro, but only stepped access to the school.

Steps from the closed road past Penair School, Truro

Link from the closed road past Penair School, Truro

Link from the closed road past Penair School, Truro

Modal filter, but without a dropped kerb, on a closed road past Penair School, Truro

Modal filter, but without a dropped kerb, on a closed road past Penair School, Truro

No dropped kerb, not signed as cycle access to Waitrose - the road access is a very long way around.

Not a cycle shelter, and not signed as cycle access to Waitrose - the road access is a very long way around.

Small cycle shelter at Waitrose, Truro

NCN route 3 arriving in Truro - cyclists can use the shared-use footway to cross the A390 just the left.

There are lots of handy cut-throughs in this area of Truro

Bespoke cycle stands at Tesco, Truro

Right turn permitted for cyclists on NCN route 3 in Truro

Pop-up seating on Boscawen St, Truro

Start of a useful shared-use link by the River Allen, Truro

End of a useful shared-use link by the River Allen, Truro

Useful shared-use link by the River Allen, Truro

Useful shared-use link by the River Allen, Truro

Useful shared-use link by the River Allen, Truro

Start of a useful shared-use link by the River Allen, Truro

NCN route 32 leaving Truro

NCN route 32 passes to the left of Truro Methodist Church, but in fact this route through the car park is more direct.

Obstructions on NCN route 32 in Truro - the route through the car park to the left of Truro Methodist Church is more direct anyway.

NCN route 32 passes to the right of Truro Methodist Church, but in fact the route through the car park to the left is more direct.

Route sign for NCN route 32 in Truro.

There could be a nice cycle route through Victoria Gardens in Truro.

There could be a nice cycle route through Victoria Gardens in Truro.

Route sign into Truro from the Quiet Lanes

The signed cycle route to Truro station involves the steep steps to a footbridge over the railway.

This is signposted as a cycle route to Truro station

Left turn on NCN route 3 west from Truro

Road closure in Truro - NCN route 3 is on the road to the left, so it would be good to have easier passage here for cycles.

Bike shop, Truro

NCN route 3 arriving in Truro

End of the former Newham railway branch section of NCN route 3, Truro

Road crossing on NCN route 3 on the former Newham railway branch, Truro

Road crossing on NCN route 3 on the former Newham railway branch, Truro

Road crossing on NCN route 3 on the former Newham railway branch, Truro

Minor rockfall on NCN route 3

NCN route 3 on the former Newham railway branch, Truro - sign for pedestrians to keep right (I think)

Start of section of NCN route 3 on the former Newham railway branch, Truro

Dead-end footpath on the former Newham railway branch, Truro

Very small cycle route sign on the former main road from Truro to Redruth.

Cycle route crossing the entrance to the Threemilestone park and ride, Truro

Cycle route signs at Dangerous Crossing. No, really, that's the name of the place - just a normal staggered crossing of what was once the main road from Truro to Redruth.

Footpath past the staggered junction at Dangerous Crossing (no, really, that's the name of the place - just a normal crossing of what was once the main road from Truro to Redruth). It would be good to improve this as a cycle bypass too.

Dangerous Crossing. No, really, that's the name of the place - just a normal staggered crossing of what was once the main road from Truro to Redruth.

Sunshine on the cycle route at Newham

Shared-use footway into Truro on NCN route 3 - and a cyclist preferring the road.

End of shared-use footway on Newham Road, Truro - it's not at all obvious that NCN route 3 forks right here.

Shared-use footway on the edge of Truro

Shared-use footway on the edge of Truro - the side road would take cyclists through the Park & Ride site to the Tresillian road.

Segregated path with awkward barriers.

Segregated path with awkward barriers.

The dead-end road is narrowed to a single lane here, but they still felt it necessary to install awkward barriers as well as Cyclists Dismount signs.

The dead-end road is narrowed to a single lane here, but they still felt it necessary to put up Cyclists Dismount signs.

Link from segregated path to play area

Good permeability on this housing development on the edge of Truro.

Good permeability on this housing development on the edge of Truro.

A dead-end lane to a farm (but it would be nice if it could link to NCN route 32).

Not the most cycle-friendly link on this housing development on the edge of Truro.

Clearly marked junction on this segregated path on this housing development on the edge of Truro.

Good permeability on this housing development on the edge of Truro.

Good permeability on this housing development on the edge of Truro.

Covered cycle parking at Langarth Park & Ride, Truro

Shared-use route from new housing development, Truro

Shared-use route from new housing development, Truro

End of Cycleway and two-stage toucan crossing at entry to new housing development, Truro

Two-stage toucan crossing from new housing development, Truro

Shared-use route in new housing development parallel to the A390.

Two-stage toucan crossing to new housing development, Truro

Footpath and new cycleway from toucan crossing, funded by the housing development across the road.

The new cycleway stops at the bus-stop - pretty useless.

New cycleway, bus lay-by and toucan crossing funded by the housing development across the road.

New cycleway crossing dead-end road.

A new cycleway starts here - intended for cycles moving off the road, though it can be seen that some are continuing from the footway.

Footway - with shared-use on the other side of the A390

barriers on the route through Truro College

Presumably these are meant to stop cars parking, rather than to park bikes, at the Truro College bus stops.

Not a lot of cycle parking at Truro College (empty because of half-term)

Pleasant link from central Truro to Victoria Park

The Leats, a quiet lane behind Truro's main shopping streets

Cycle parking tucked away behind Truro's main shopping streets

Ope or alleyway leading to a useful route behind Truro's main shopping streets

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