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Showing items 1 to 7 from total of 7 locations. Ordered by photo number.

Photo # Photo Caption Categorisation
57083 Photo #57083

Because ASLs only apply when they're enforced. See also #17438, #16290, ...

53638 Photo #53638

Tar lorry blocking cycleway

53561 Photo #53561

Confusing signs. Blue circle: dual use cycle way. Blue square : cyclists dismount. Red sign: cyclists dismount and use footway.

They can't all be right

Road environment:
52976 Photo #52976

Compared with the placing of the junction box at the NE corner, this box (at the cone) will not interfere

52922 Photo #52922

New crossing at NE corner of A14 Histon Road roundabout. Note big pillar and inspection pit meaning the turn is very tight and in the wet, slippery. The pit could have been moved to the far side of the crossing as it has been on the North West side

42287 Photo #42287

From Park Lane, heading towards Westwick. Busway vegetation has been cut from both sides of the maintenance track but no effort has been made to clear the debris: flints, vegetation, thorns.

27709 Photo #27709

A great example of how to waste money on a useless dual use pavement without any thought whatsoever.

The issue is that there is a perfectly serviceable on road cycle path yet they have designated a very narrow piece of on-pavement red tarmac shared use pavement and stuck a signpost smack in the middle of it. Attempting to go round that (if you were on the pavement) could quite easily end in clipping your handlebars or falling into the road. There's no reflective material on the post so in the dark it's just an accident waiting to happen.

The best that could have happened is that the red tarmac just wasn't used at all there.


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