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94451Photo #94451Signs for temporary closure of Regent Terrace for building work when approaching from the city centreTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
94450Photo #94450Signs for temporary closure of Regent Terrace when approaching from city centre.Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
94449Photo #94449Uneven ground where temporary footpath rejoins Regent Terrace just north of closure due to building works.Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
94448Photo #94448Temporary footpath alongside Regent Terrace, where it is closed during the day for building works.Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
94447Photo #94447Temporary road closure of Regent TerraceTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
94446Photo #94446Regent Terrace closed during day due to building worksTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
94445Photo #94445Regent Terrace closed during day due to building worksTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
94444Photo #94444In the distance, building works have closed Regent Terrace. See later photos for closer viewsTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
89941Photo #89941An inconsiderately-placed sign ON the cycle path at Gonville Place. A cyclist approaching from Gresham Road had no warning that the cycle route was blocked by a sign (albeit temporary). But surely whoever put it up realised it was blocking a cycle route?
See also #89940
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
89940Photo #89940An inconsiderately-placed sign ON the cycle path at Gonville Place. A cyclist approaching from Gresham Road had no warning that the cycle route was blocked by a sign (albeit temporary). But surely whoever put it up realised it was blocking a cycle route?Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
87339Photo #87339Bollard on narrow stretch of City Road where it joins Prospect Row by the Free Press (pub on left). Bollard and kerbs make this an awkward corner.Other:
Infrastructure
general
87338Photo #87338Bollard on narrow stretch of City Road near Free Press. Is this really needed and could it be positioned better?Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
87268Photo #87268Three different bollards at the eastern end of the Carter Bridge. From the left: an old wooden one, a relatively recent white painted concrete one and an old metal one.Obstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
87267Photo #87267Three old wooden bollards on Gresham Road. The red bands are wearing away and at night these are almost invisible.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
85453Photo #85453Signpost at western end of Carter cycle bridge.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
85452Photo #85452Approaching Devonshire Road from Carter cycle bridge.
Two concrete bollards have been removed and new, white, ones added with clear markings, instead.
Other:
Infrastructure
general
85451Photo #85451New bollard and white paint at western end of the Carter cycle bridge.General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
85450Photo #85450New bollard and clear markings at western end of the Carter cycle bridge.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
85449Photo #85449Obstruction still to be removed at the western end of the Carter cycle bridge at the junction with Devonshire Road. Nice new markings and bollards.Obstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
85448Photo #85448Obstruction still to be removed from the western end of the Carter Bridge approach at Devonshire Road. New bollards and markings are an improvement.Obstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
85447Photo #85447New bollards at approach to Carter cycle bridge from Devonshire Road. But an obstruction still needs removing.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
85446Photo #85446Camcycle stall at Cherry Hinton FestivalOther:
Event
general
85445Photo #85445Camcycle banner and stall at Cherry Hinton FestivalOther:
Event
general
85444Photo #85444Stall bike at Cherry Hinton FestivalOther:
Event
general
85443Photo #85443Camcycle stall at Cherry Hinton FestivalOther:
Event
general
80940Photo #80940Approaching Rustat Road from Carter Bridge showing bollards and road markings.Other:
Infrastructure
general
80939Photo #80939Bollards on Carter Bridge, approaching Devonshire Road. The curve of the route round to the right makes the left-hand gap feel even narrower, exacerbated by overhanging vegetation.Other:
Problem
general
80938Photo #80938Approach to Carter Bridge from Devonshire Road, showing bollards put in May 2016 (work not yet complete)Other:
Infrastructure
general
80937Photo #80937Junction of Rustat Road and Carter Bridge showing bollards, road markings and 'give way' sign.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
80936Photo #80936Bollards with reflective inserts, made by Glasdon. They looked like wood but I think may have been recycled plastic. On cut-through from Cherry Hinton Road to Bullen Close.Other:
Good practice
general
74470Photo #74470CyclePoint Cambridge, first floor parking area almost full mid-afternoon on Wednesday 2nd March 2016Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
74469Photo #74469CyclePoint, Cambridge station. First floor almost full at about 3 p.m on Wednesday 2nd March 2016.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
74008Photo #74008Access to station from cycle park (and car park) shared with pedestrians and not very wide. There's more space to the right but it was fenced off on 23 January 2016.Other:
Infrastructure
general
74007Photo #74007Route from temporary cycle park. There's plenty of space, on the right, for a decent width cycle path rather than making cyclists share with pedestrians. Okay the space may be used for building work sometimes but it wasn't in use on Saturday 23 January 2016.Other:
Infrastructure
general
74006Photo #74006Missing and broken cycle racks at Cambridge Station temporary cycle park on 23 January 2016 making secure parking difficult.Other:
Infrastructure
general
74005Photo #74005Missing cycle racks at Cambridge Station temporary cycle parking on 23 January 2016 resulting in many poorly-parked bikes.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
74004Photo #74004Start of route to temporary cycle parking at Cambridge station on 23 January 2016. Path shared with pedestrians but at least there is a sign.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
72756Photo #72756Signage at The Tins path, during temporary closure at Kathleen Elliott Way for reconstruction.Temporary closure:
Infrastructure
closure
72755Photo #72755The Tins path closed at Kathleen Elliott Way for reconstruction.Temporary closure:
Infrastructure
closure
72754Photo #72754Temporary closure of The Tins path at Kathleen Elliott Way for reconstruction.Temporary closure:
Infrastructure
closure
72753Photo #72753Temporary closure of The Tins path near Katherine Elliott Way for reconstructionTemporary closure:
Infrastructure
closure
68247Photo #68247Sign on Parker's Piece re works at University Arms HotelGeneral sign/notice:
Event
signs
61312Photo #61312There is a proposal for a loading bay here, outside 103 Mill Road, currently Mickey Flynns. Is there really space?Other:
Infrastructure
general
61311Photo #61311There is a proposal for a loading bay here, outside 103 Mill Road, currently Mickey Flynns. Is there really space?Other:
Infrastructure
general
61310Photo #61310There is a proposal for a loading bay outside 103 Mill Road, currently Mickey Flynns. Is there really space?Other:
Infrastructure
general
61309Photo #61309There are proposals for a loading bay outside 103 Mill Road, currently Mickey Flynns. Is there really space?Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
59517Photo #59517Sign on Parker's Piece for Big Weekend and Tour de France departure.Other:
Event
general
59516Photo #59516Tailgate of Biovest Logistics delivery vehicle blocking cycle route 9am Friday 4th July 2014. The driver didn't think he was causing an obstruction. I think his parking was inconsiderate and potentially a hazard as the tailgate was not very obvious as one approached from Gonville PlaceOther:
Misc
general
59515Photo #59515The tailgate of this Biovest Logistics delivery vehicle is blocking the exit from the cycle path. To avoid it cyclists have to use the pedestrian path.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
59514Photo #59514Cambridge's first cycle barometer, on Gonville Place, showing 674 cyclists at 9am on Friday 4th July 2014General sign/notice:
Misc
signs
59513Photo #59513Cambridge's first cycle barometer on Gonville PlaceGeneral sign/notice:
Misc
signs
57157Photo #57157Worn markings on shared use path at corner of Parkside and Park Terrace. These were renewed in February 2014.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
57156Photo #57156Junction of Clarendon St and Parkside (left) showing worn markings on diagonal cycle route. These markings were renewed in February 2014 - see #57093Road environment:
Problem
road
57155Photo #57155Junction of Clarendon St, Parkside (on left) and Parker St. The blue sign indicates the cycle route going diagonally across the junction onto the pavement alongside Parkside. Straight on is prohibited for all vehicles, including cyclists.Road environment:
Misc
road
57153Photo #57153Shared-use pavement alongside Parker's Piece but markings worn and in need of replacement. Surface redone February 2014 see photo #57095Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
54734Photo #54734Cycle racks placed in bays formerly each occupied by a single carCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
54733Photo #54733New Sheffield racks replacing car parking on New Museums site. See also 54732Other:
Misc
general
54732Photo #54732New Sheffield stands replacing car parking on New Museums site. One set of 5 per parking bay.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
54731Photo #54731Bikes fastened to builders fencing outside Department of ZoologyCycle parking:
Event
cycleparking
51157Photo #51157When the trading pitches were being reviewed Cambridge Cycling Campaign said that this one needed to be further to the east, away from the end of Regent Terrace and the junction with Regent Street, so that people being served - this photo was taken on my way to work at 9:13am so there is no queue - do not obstruct cyclists. See camcycle.cyclescape.org/threads/728 and photos #51155 & #51156Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
51156Photo #51156When the trading pitches were being reviewed Cambridge Cycling Campaign said this one needed to be further from the junction with Regent Street. See camcycle.cyclescape.org/threads/728
See also #51155
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
51155Photo #51155This ice-cream van is parked too close to the junction with Regent St. Cambridge Cycling Campaign wrote to the City Council when the trading pitches were being reviewed saying the pitch needed to be sited further east. See camcycle.cyclescape.org/threads/728Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
51154Photo #51154Cycle route across Parker's Piece closed off at Parkside for The Big Weekend at 8:30pm on Friday 5th July 2013.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
47626Photo #47626Trial of new lighting on Parker's Piece, looking back towards Parkside. The white light near the top of the photo is the new tall lamp standard. The white thing in the foreground is the sign explaining the trial.Other:
Misc
general
47625Photo #47625Trial of new lighting on Parker's Piece. Looking towards Reality Checkpoint. The silver bollard in the foreground sinks into the ground during the day but has already stopped casting light!Other:
Misc
general
47624Photo #47624New lighting being trialled on Parker's Piece. Looking towards Reality Checkpoint - the horizontal band of lights. In the foreground is the new tall lamp standard, further away the waist-high bollards.Other:
Misc
general
47623Photo #47623Trial of lighting on Parker's Piece, looking towards the Catholic Church. The three lights to the right of the photo are Reality Checkpoint. The white one high up is the tall lamp standard installed as part of the trial.Other:
Misc
general
44153Photo #44153Bus turning into Hills Road from station access road doesn't leave much space for bikes. Perhaps the pavement should be narrowed to allow for a cycle lane? Or perhaps there could be a cycle route separated from the road by a bit of pavement.Road environment:
Problem
road
42628Photo #42628Flooding on Jesus Green - in July! Not a major obstruction but care needed.Obstruction:
Event
obstructions
42627Photo #42627Flooding on Jesus Green - in July! Not a major obstruction; quite passable but care needed.Obstruction:
Event
obstructions
31544Photo #31544Newly-surfaced track by the Busway, looking towards Cambridge Regional CollegeCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
31543Photo #31543More bikes than racks. Overcrowded cycle parking outside the Department of Zoology. See also #31542Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
31542Photo #31542More cycle parking needed during examination periods. Overcrowding in the racks outside the Department of Zoology.Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
31541Photo #31541The blackbirds nested in the shrubbery above the cycle parking outside the Department of Zoology. Here the adult is feeding its large youngster at the back of the bike shed.Other:
Misc
general
30846Photo #30846Cycle bridge for sale?Other:
Misc
general
30845Photo #30845Are they really selling off the cycle bridge? Nothing on their website, must be round the corner...Other:
Misc
general
30844Photo #30844Cycle rack in Dean Castle Country Park, KilmarnockCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
30843Photo #30843Edinburgh cycling information - noticeboard by platform 11 at Edinburgh Waverley stationGeneral sign/notice:
Good practice
signs
30842Photo #30842Two-tier cycle parking at Edinburgh Waverley stationCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
30841Photo #30841Two-tier cycle parking at Edinburgh Waverley stationCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
28503Photo #28503Diversion sign on signpost at the junction of Brookfields, Burnside and The Tins. The Tins is closed for reconstruction.Other:
Misc
general
28502Photo #28502Signpost at junction of Brookfields, Burnside and The Tins - with diversion sign while The Tins is closedRoute sign:
Misc
routesigns
28501Photo #28501The bridge between Brookfields and The Tins has gone - to be replaced by a wider one as part of improvements to The TinsRoadworks:
Event
roadworks
28500Photo #28500The footbridge between Brookfields and The Tins has gone - to be replaced by a wider one as part of improvements to The TinsRoadworks:
Event
roadworks
27694Photo #27694The start of The Tins path at Burnside.
The sign reads "This cycleway will be closed from 10/1/11 for 11 weeks All enquiries 0345 045 5212"
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
27584Photo #27584Sustainable transport: bikes on a boat on the Canal du Midi (between Les Colombiers and Malpas), near Beziers, southern FranceBicycle:
Misc
bicycles
27583Photo #27583Sustainable transport: bikes on a boat on the Canal du Midi (somewhere between Colombiers and Malpas), near Beziers, southern France.Bicycle:
Misc
bicycles
24027Photo #24027Traffic queueing on Radegund Road near the entrance to the school, which has closed its car park, so vehicles have to park on the road to drop off pupils. The problem will probably disappear when the school term ends, but at the moment it is exacerbated as the Citi 2 bus has been rerouted along Radegund Road while part of Mill Road is closed.Congestion:
Event
congestion
24026Photo #24026Congestion at the eastern end of Radegund Road with traffic queuing back onto the Perne Road roundabout. The school carpark has been closed so vehicles are parking in Radegund Road to drop off children. With cars parked on both sides it is hard for a van to get through.Congestion:
Event
congestion
24025Photo #24025A plethora of signs at roadworks on Mill Road. See photo #24024 for a close-up and photo #24023 for an earlier sign about the roadworksTemporary closure:
Event
closure
24024Photo #24024The earlier sign #24023 on Mill Road said "Cyclists Access as usual" but at the actual road closure this one says "Cyclists Please Dismount and Use Footpath". In practice the footpath is reasonably wide and only a short stretch of road is closed so it is possibly to safely cycle past the roadworks.Temporary closure:
Event
closure
24023Photo #24023Wow, a cyclist-friendly sign at road works on Mill Road. There's a photo #24024 of the next sign as well.Temporary closure:
Event
closure
21401Photo #21401The reflective strips on the black-painted gate at the exit from Parker's Piece show up well in the flash from a camera. Otherwise the gate is almost invisible. Visible or not, it narrows considerable the route on and off Parker's Piece, for both cyclists and pedestrians.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
20217Photo #20217Heating embedded in the ramp of the cycle bridge keeps it clear of snow and iceCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
20216Photo #20216The heated ramp on the cycle bridge is effective - shame about the snow and slush on Rustat RoadOther:
Good practice
general
13676Photo #13676Regent St looking south. The rising bollard to restrict traffic coming into the City Centre came into operation on 21st May 2008 and the unsatisfactory cycle bypass which had been closed was reopened, though the problems remainCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
13675Photo #13675Regent St looking south: new closure point and rising bollard for northbound traffic, new bus and cycle lane and very unsatisfactory cycle bypass laneCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
13674Photo #13674Bollards on Riverside at approach to new cycle bridgeCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
13639Photo #13639Funny sort of bicycle! At least it has two wheels... but how does one ride it?Bicycle:
Misc
bicycles
13638Photo #13638Bollards on Riverside at approach to new cycle bridge. The no motor vehicles sign could do with reflective bands to make it more visible at nightCycleway:
Misc
cycleways

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