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Prohibited right turn. This has not really been an issue until now as for many years this was a false one way street. Meaning that traffic could not enter from the Trumpington Street end. In 2015 it has become a two way street for cyc ... [more]

No left turn into Fitzwilliam Street. That street is now two way for cycles and so there should be an 'Except cycles' sub panel here. Same sign as 12 years ago: #2568.

Sign confirming that contraflow cycling is legitimate. While I was surveying these streets on my bike a driver shouted at me that this was a one way street.

Sign confirming that contraflow cycling is legitimate. It was at this corner that a driver shouted at me that this was a one way street.

The entrance to Vinery Road from Coldham's Lane. This formerly one way street is now two way for cycling and there's a sharrow on the right to confirm that.

Vinery Road has no entry with except cycles panes and there's a contraflow cycle lane. I cycled down there, and a car came round the corner and shouted at me that it was a one way street.

Belgrave Road - now two way for cycling - but the one way arrow sign remains - with nothing obvious here to remind drivers that oncoming cyclists are legitimate. In the far distance, on St. Philip's Road, there's a blue sign which offici ... [more]

The entrance to Belgrave Road from Mill Road. This street has recently been converted to permit contraflow cycling as shown by the sharrow in the foreground, but the one way arrow remains in the background.

Hope Street now have no entry signs with except cycles, both sides see #70497.

Hope Street now have no entry signs with except cycles, both sides see #70498.

The entrance to Mercer's Row from Garlic Row is still signed as 'No entry'. (I had thought it was to be converted to two-way cycling.)

Garden Walk - with 'Except cycles' subpanels on the no entry signs, and a sharrow.

Springfield Road with an 'Except cycles' subpanel on only one of the two 'No Entry' signs, and there's a sharrow.

Adam and Eve Street is signed as no motor vehicles - from this side.

The entrance to King Street from Short Street is marked as no entry, but there is a cycle bypass on the left. Although only one no entry sign is visible, the other is on the back of the give way sign on the right.

King Street - the no entry signs have no cycling exception but there is a bypass lane.

Sidney Street is still signed as no entry, although the bypass lane at left remains.

Panton Street remains a one way street with no entry signs at the Lensfield Road end. At the moment it has no road markings, compare with #12005.

Fitzwilliam Street no entry except cycles and a sharrow.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Albert Street now two way for cycling.

Trafalgar Street - now two-way for cycling.

Trafalgar Street now two-way for bikes.

A sharrow at the end of Trafalgar Street, where it meets Trafalgar Road marks it as two way for bikes.

No! - This is not a good place to put a sharrow :-) It can be done better, see: #104199.

At last the old No Entry signs have been replaced with new ones that have 'Except cycles' panels - great! But that's about 7 months after the (pathetically inadequate) sharrow was added on the road surface - see #63237. I feel that I' ... [more]

The arbitrary point along Garden Walk where motor vehicles switch from being parked on the western to the eastern side of the road.

Cockburn Street progress - but the contraflow lane pipes cyclists into parked motor vehicles. See an earlier image at #39536.

Garden Walk facing north near the Victoria Road end where the cars are parked on the eastern side. There are road markings reminding drivers to expect contraflow cyclists.

This is a view of Garden Walk looking towards Victoria Road. This is a two way street - but only cycles can enter the street from Victoria Road. On the part of the street where the motor vehicles are stored on the West Side there are no ... [more]

Ross Street is now two-way.

Corrected contraflow sign. See #65106

At last some signs have gone up to confirm that the section of Ross Street north of this junction is two-way for cycling. But the problem here is that the sign is the wrong way around! Ie. only the grey back side of the sign is visible cent ... [more]

Cockburn Street now two way for cycling - hurray! (But the one-way street signs are still visible in this picture - pooh.) See #39527. Proper contraflow signs were spotted eight months later - see #71307.

Ross Street: The rules have changed recently to permit two-way cycling in this street (see #63237). There is nothing here to inform road users that oncoming cycles are now legal and indeed the one way sign on the right suggests otherwise. T ... [more]

Ross Street: The rules have changed recently to permit two-way cycling in this street (see #63237). A contraflow cycle symbol with arrow has been added. But there is nothing here to inform road users that oncoming cycles are now legal. T ... [more]

The rules have changed recently to permit two-way cycling in this street. The cycle symbol and arrow have been added on the ground and the word NO has also been refreshed (compare to #39547). (Note also that the mini is facing the 'wrong' d ... [more]

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