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Photo listing : cycleways (infrastructure)

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The junction of NCN routes 45 and 482 on the Swindon-Marlborough railway trail.

NCN routes 45 and 482 on the Swindon-Marlborough railway trail.

NCN route 482 on the Swindon-Marlborough railway trail.

NCN route 482 on the Swindon-Marlborough railway trail.

NCN routes 45 and 482 on the Swindon-Marlborough railway trail.

Shared-use footway beyond Bury St Edmunds station

Shared-use footway beyond Bury St Edmunds station.

Shared-use footway to Bury St Edmunds station.

Shared-use footway on the northern edge of Bury St Edmunds.

End of shared-use footway on the northern edge of Bury St Edmunds

Shared-use footway on the northern edge of Bury St Edmunds

New paved route from NCN routes 13 and 51 to new housing.

Cycleway south from the end of Shaker's Lane, on the east side of Bury St Edmunds.

NCN routes 13 and 51 heading east from Shaker's Lane, on the east side of Bury St Edmunds.

Barriers on NCN routes 13 and 51 at the bottom of Shaker's Lane, on the east side of Bury St Edmunds.

NCN routes 13 and 51 at the junction with Shaker's Lane on the east side of Bury St Edmunds

NCN route 13 leading north from NCN route 51 on Shaker's Lane, on the east side of Bury St Edmunds.

NCN route 51 at the junction with Shaker's Lane on the east side of Bury St Edmunds, and new route to a housing development.

Barriers on NCN route 51 at the junction with Shaker's Lane on the east side of Bury St Edmunds

NCN route 51 crossing the A14 on the east side of Bury St Edmunds

NCN route 51 leading east from Bury St Edmunds, crossing the riverside path - no cycling to the left only.

Segregated route for NCN route 51 leading east from Bury St Edmunds

Segregated route for NCN route 51 leading east from Bury St Edmunds.

NCN route 51 leading east from Bury St Edmunds

NCN route 51 is not clearly signed through the Cathedral Grounds - keep right here.

Not a dead-end for pedestrians and cyclists, predictably.

Transition from shared-use to a short section of on-road cycle lane.

Predictably, the cycle lane ends just where it's most needed.

Raised crossing of cycleway over side street

Useful link to school and park

Unprotected crossing, continuing as shared-use beyond.

Not clear, but I think this means the footway to the left becomes a shared-use path at this point.

The West Suffolk College bus stops transition into an off-road cycleway into Bury St Edmunds.

Pretty poor on-road cycle lanes entering Bury St Edmunds

Well-marked cut-through, Bury St Edmunds

End of the inadequate shared-use path (NCN route 51) leaving cyclists to cross the road.

Exit lane for any bicycles travelling on the A1 Barnet Bypass who'd like to turn left. Full of grass and dirt

Southern end of the Great Northern Greenway near Hilton

Shared-use link to the Huntingdon Road cycleways

New crossing from Girton to Eddington under construction

Link to a new section of the Eddington development (and a shared-use sign that has been crashed into)

The route to the right is shown as a cycleway, the route to the left is also open for cycling.

Start of newly painted cycle lane over the Shelford Road railway bridge

Paved and illuminated route past Holbrook Road allotments

Paved and illuminated route past Holbrook Road allotments

Fairly narrow section of shared-use path in Histon

Road closure - this link from the shared-use path could be improved.

Shared-use path from Cottenham to Histon

Start of shared-use path from Cottenham to Histon, at the start of the 40mph (and then 50mph) zone.

Cut-through from Long Drove to new housing in Cottenham.

The end of the cycleway from Milton at the entry to Landbeach.

Well lit cycleway from Milton to Landbeach

Cycleway from Landbeach to Milton crossing the A10

Start of shared-use path from the A10 towards Milton

The cycleway to Landbeach crossing the A10

Link from Butt Lane (and Histon) towards the Landbeach road

Mandatory cycle lane on this side of Cambridge Road, Milton, advisory (broken lines) on the other side to allow car parking.

Mandatory cycle lane on this side of Cambridge Road, Milton, advisory (broken lines) on the other side to allow car parking.

This is one of the most urgent locations around Cambridge for a pop-up cycle lane - no action yet though.

There will be roadworks on Histon Road for the next year - as promised there is a contraflow (southbound) cycleway, but all the signs ignore the existence of cyclists.

To the left, unmarked access to Midsummer Common

Access to this new development from Midsummer Common

Access to this new development from Midsummer Common

Last stretch of Black Bear Park greenway finally gets a tarmac surface. Unfortunately the anti-cycle barrier is #84821 wasn't removed while they were at it.

Black Bear park now surfaced - addresses the step. The ramp up to Kingsway could still do to be wider.

Route towards St Andrew's church, Chesterton

Route past St Andrew's church, Chesterton

Route past St Andrew's church, Chesterton

Waterloo Street, at the end of the proper protected cycle lane, and the start of the divided footway with bumpy paving for the cycle side (see #95475). I notice from Google Streetview and OSM that there appears to be something similar go ... [more]

The Hope Street contraflow cycle lane, part of the West City Way, and leading to the Waterloo Street protected cycle lane.

Short extremely neglected cycleway with a ginormous sign at this end

45 degree kerbs. The lack of maintenance is showing though.

Arsenal

Markfield Recreation Ground

Markfield Recreation Ground

Markfield Road, Tottenham Hale The gate was closed, but you can get through by using a gap at the left up a kerb. Dunno why this isn't more cycle-friendly.

Markfield Road, Tottenham Hale

Markfield Road, Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale

Broad Lane, Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale

Link from Wolfson Court to the cycle routes past the Centre for Mathematical Sciences

Fully lit route across Coldham's Common

Fully lit route across Coldham's Common

Link from the busway to Trumpington Park - turn left here (the path ahead just loops around to the left)

Link from Trumpington Park to the busway

Link from the busway to Trumpington Park

Link from Trumpington Park to the busway

Cut-through to Trumpington Park School

New slightly wider cycle lanes on Shelford Road - but there's still a road sign indicating that the lane starts here.

Cut-through to a crossing of the Cambridge ring road - more use could be made of this.

Even in Cambridge there are still cut-throughs to record

Closed road, now a handy cycle link

In its post-Covid-19 response, the city of Nice has added some two-way cycle lanes in the centre of major roads. To leave them you presumably have to wait for a red light and cross as a pedestrian.

In its post-Covid-19 response, the city of Nice has added some two-way cycle lanes in the centre of major roads. To leave them you presumably have to wait for a red light and cross as a pedestrian.

Taken through the dirty window of the Carter Bridge, the route of the Chisholm Trail, but I don’t think the current works are anything to do with that. User timbo reports: The works there are for the new carriage wash, to take 12-car t ... [more]

A cyclist goes carefully past the cows sheltering from the heat.

The A56 gains 10m of pop-up cycle lane

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