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152324Photo #152324The cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton ends suddenly (Oct 2020) at the Brampton end before reaching a road. This photo shows a path (not marked as a cycleway) which connects to the housing estate to the east. Cycling is physically possible.Track:
Problem
track
152318Photo #152318Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

The photo shows the end of the cycleway at the Brampton end, near a housing estate which is under construction (Oct 2020), and still several hundred metres from the nearest road. From here unsurfaced paths (Oct 2020) go in several directions to rejoin normal estate roads. At the time of the photo the path leading SE was cycleable.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Event
cycleways
152317Photo #152317Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

The photo shows the descent from the bridge over the A1, down towards Brampton.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152316Photo #152316Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

This is the bridge over the A1. The same bridge carries the A14 (to the right of the camera, behind the fencing).

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152314Photo #152314Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/

Approaching the bridge over the A1. The same bridge carries the A14 (to the right of the camera, behind the fencing).
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152313Photo #152313Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152311Photo #152311Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152310Photo #152310Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

This is a pegasus crossing across the southern side of the Brampton Hut roundabout. When the photo was taken (Oct 2020) the crossing had not been completed and was not in operation.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Event
cycleways
152309Photo #152309Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

This section runs across the middle of the Brampton Hut roundabout and connects two pegasus crossings, one behind the camera and another just visible in the photo.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/

When this photo was taken (Oct 2020) neither crossing was in operation.
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152308Photo #152308Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/

When the photo was taken (Oct 2020) this cycleway was blocked by fencing (see photo) just north of the Brampton Hut roundabout, pending completion of a pegasus crossing which is just visible on the other side.
Cycleway:
Event
cycleways
152307Photo #152307Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/

When the photo was taken (Oct 2020) this cycleway was blocked by fencing (see photo) just north of the Brampton Hut roundabout, pending completion of a pegasus crossing which is just visible on the other side.
Cycleway:
Event
cycleways
152305Photo #152305Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Other:
Good practice
general
152304Photo #152304Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

The sign on the left says "shared-use for pedestrians, cyclists, equestrians"

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152303Photo #152303Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152302Photo #152302Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

The sign on the left says "shared-use for pedestrians, cyclists, equestrians"

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152301Photo #152301Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton. North of this point (behind the camera) the cycleway is very wide, probably because it needs to be occasionally used by motor vehicles. South of this point (in front of the camera) the cycleway runs alongside a minor road and is not quite as wide (approx 3m rather than 4m)

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
152298Photo #152298Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton.

This is the southern end of a 300m section which doesn't have an asphalt surface, perhaps because it is not finished (Oct 2020).

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
152297Photo #152297Cycleway from Alconbury to Brampton.

This is the northern end of a short section which doesn't have an asphalt surface, perhaps because it is not finished. The asphalt surfacing restarts in about 300m.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
152296Photo #152296Cycleway from Alconbury to Brampton.

The sign on the right says "shared-use for pedestrians, cyclists, equestrians"

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152295Photo #152295Start of cycleway from Alconbury to Brampton Hut and Brampton.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152294Photo #152294Start of cycleway from Alconbury to Brampton.

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152293Photo #152293Start of cycleway from Alconbury to Brampton. The sign says "Public bridleway".

More photos: www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324/
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
152128Photo #152128Bus lane (introduced summer 2020) on the A1307 (in the south-easterly direction only). This starts just north of the junction with High Street, Babraham (where the photo was taken) and continues as far as the Four Wentways roundabout.

The road markings just say "Bus Lane", but the standard blue signs say that cycles and taxis can use it as well.
Other:
Infrastructure
general
152127Photo #152127New Toucan crossing to connect the cycleway from Cambridge with the path that leads through the grounds of the Babraham Research Campus to Babraham.

See also #152126
Other:
Infrastructure
general
152126Photo #152126New Toucan crossing to connect the cycleway from Cambridge with the path that leads through the grounds of the Babraham Research Campus to Babraham.

See also #152127
Other:
Infrastructure
general
151102Photo #151102This notice has appeared (August 2020) outside Tarka's Cafe at Baythorne Hall (which is the name of a small commercial development by the A1307 a few miles SE of Haverhill).Other:
Problem
general
150496Photo #150496This modal filter was installed in Bateman Street in the past few days to "create more space for pedestrians and cyclists in response to Covid-19".Other:
Infrastructure
general
150339Photo #150339Obstructive "pinch stiles" on the cycleway between Dry Drayton and Bar Hill.Other:
Problem
general
150338Photo #150338Obstructive "pinch stiles" on the cycleway between Dry Drayton and Bar Hill.Other:
Problem
general
149996Photo #149996Foot and cycle bridge over the A142 south of Soham. The obstructive chicanes that are shown on Google Street View have been removed, making this a usable facility.Other:
Good practice
general
149367Photo #149367Electronic sign informing drivers "Mill Road bus gate enforcement camera in operation".Other:
Misc
general
147627Photo #147627Bridge carrying public footpath over the A14. This provides a useful connection for cyclists from Huntingdon Road to the access road that runs north-west, on the north side of the A14.Other:
Infrastructure
general
147622Photo #147622New access road on the north side of the A14, used for local farm access only.Other:
Good practice
general
145789Photo #145789This is the eastern side of the Carter Bridge over the railway.

The white bollard in the middle of the cycleway is the only bollard in the cycleway on this side of the bridge and is presumably needed to stop people driving cars onto the bridge.

This is pretty good: white bollards are easier to spot, and they are round and plastic-coated which makes then slightly more forgiving if hit. There's a blob of paint on the ground to help people see it. The gaps on each side are exactly 1.5m.

The junction with Devonshire Road is quite close, but the bollards are far enough away to allow people turning towards the bridge to complete their turn before they meet the bollard.
Other:
Infrastructure
general
145788Photo #145788Northern side of Cutter Ferry Bridge over the River Cam.

It is good to see that there is no bollard in the middle of the path.

In the past there was a single bollard in the middle. Since the ramp is less than 3m wide this meant the gaps each side were much too narrow. You can see in the photo where the bollard used to be.
Obstruction:
Good practice
obstructions
145785Photo #145785On this busy cycleway a single cattle grid for cyclists is not enough, so two have been installed,one for each direction.

The third cattle grid on the right is for wheelchair users (and requires two right-angle turns, presumably to prevent cyclists using it).
Obstruction:
Good practice
obstructions
115477Photo #115477Bike tools at Dullingham Station, attached by a metal cable.Other:
Infrastructure
general
115476Photo #115476Bike tools at Dullingham Station, all attached to a metal cable.Other:
Infrastructure
general
115475Photo #115475Bike pump and tools at Dullingham Station, with some two-tier cycle parking behind.Other:
Infrastructure
general
113419Photo #113419Bizbike "shared" bikes next to the busway cycleway opposite Cambridge North stationBike share:
Infrastructure
bikeshare
109935Photo #109935Signpost on the "Thicket Path" between St Ives and Houghton, stating "considerate cycling welcomed". This confirms that cycling is permitted despite the absence of the usual "shared-use cycle/footway" signs.

See #109934 for a wider view.

Location is approximate: this sign is next to the skittle bollards about mid-way between St Ives and Houghton.
Other:
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109934Photo #109934Signpost on the "Thicket Path" between St Ives and Houghton, stating "considerate cycling welcomed". This confirms that cycling is permitted despite the absence of the usual "shared-use cycle/footway" signs.

See #109935 for a close-up of the sign.

Location is approximate: this sign is next to the skittle bollards about mid-way between St Ives and Houghton.
Other:
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109620Photo #109620This is a (relatively) safe crossing point where cyclists can cross the A505 one lane at a time using a large central refuge. This is NCN 11 leading south to Duxford.

The damaged safety fencing gives an indication of how fast drivers go along the A505 here (the speed limit is 60mph).

See www.cyclestreets.net/location/109616-109620/

Unfortunately a recent housing development has removed direct cycle access to this crossing point.
Road environment:
Problem
road
109619Photo #109619This is the southern end of a short cul-de-sac off Moorfield Road, Whittlesford, close to the A505. Slightly hidden behind a large bush (near where the cab of that passing lorry is) is a safe crossing point where cyclists can cross the A505 one lane at a time using a large central refuge. This is NCN 11 leading south to Duxford.

See www.cyclestreets.net/location/109616-109620/

Note the lack of a dropped kerb on the desire line.

This needs to be fixed by installing a dropped kerb on the desire line, allowing cyclists to get to and from the safe crossing point. This would still be more than 10m from the A505 so there is plenty of space to add give way markings and signs to avoid the possibility of southbound cyclists failing to give way when they reach the A505.
Road environment:
Problem
road
109618Photo #109618View of a short cul-de-sac off Moorfield Road, Whittlesford that leads towards a safe cycle/pedestrian crossing point where cyclists can cross the A505 one lane at a time using a large central refuge. This is NCN 11.

You can see the crossing point that cyclists need to get to (or come from, when heading north) in the middle of the photo (just before where the rear wheel of that passing car is), and the lack of a dropped kerb on the desire line.

This needs to be fixed by installing a dropped kerb on the desire line, allowing cyclists to get to and from the safe crossing point. This would still be more than 10m from the A505 so there is plenty of space to add give way markings and signs to avoid the possibility of southbound cyclists failing to give way when they reach the A505.

See www.cyclestreets.net/location/109616-109620/
Road environment:
Problem
road
109617Photo #109617View from Moorfield Road, Whittlesford looking down a short stub of road that leads towards a safe cycle/pedestrian crossing point where cyclists can cross the A505 one lane at a time using a large central refuge. This is NCN 11.

However in August 2019 this stub of road was reconstructed as part of a housing development, and a cycleway which was on the left-hand side has been removed. This means that the only way to get to the safe crossing point is to cycle down this stub of road (which is fine) and then bump over a full-height kerb.

This needs to be fixed by installing a dropped kerb at the far end of this stub of road, allowing cyclists to get to and from the safe crossing point.

See www.cyclestreets.net/location/109616-109620/
Road environment:
Problem
road
109616Photo #109616View from Moorfield Road, Whittlesford looking south towards the A505 junction (a staggered cross-roads beyond which a continuation of Moorfield Road leads to Duxford). This is NCN 11.

The short stub of road to the right leads towards a cycle/pedestrian crossing point which allows cyclists to cross the A505 one lane at a time using a large central refuge.

However in August 2019 the short stub of road to the right was reconstructed and a cycleway which was on the left-hand side of that road has been removed. This means that the only way to get to the safer crossing point is to cycle down the stub of road (which is fine) and then bump over a full-height kerb.

This needs to be fixed by installing a dropped kerb at the far end of this stub of road, allowing cyclists to get to and from the safe crossing point.

See www.cyclestreets.net/location/109616-109620/
Road environment:
Problem
road
109237Photo #109237This cargo bike is used by staff at the David Parr House visitor centre (184 Gwydir Street) when performing "outreach" and promotional work.

davidparrhouse.org
Other:
Infrastructure
general
106274Photo #106274Cycles outside a restaurant near Breda Airport. On the wall is an e-bike charging point. The sign above it (zoom in the original to read it) says, in Dutch "Charging point uses solar energy".Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
105366Photo #105366Charging point for electric bikes in the Dutch seaside town of Domburg.Other:
Infrastructure
general
100615Photo #100615Sheffield racks on Station Square are being designated as being for shop and cafe users rather than for people catching trains. I hope it works.Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
88906Photo #88906Outdoor seating obstructing the only possible cycle route across Station Square that doesn't directly conflict with taxis, drop-off cars and people on foot.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
80896Photo #80896West end of cycle bridge approaching Devonshire Road, Cambridge. In the distance, beyond the new bollards, is the junction with the new link towards the station.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
80894Photo #80894Devonshire Road, Cambridge. New link under construction between cycle bridge and station.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
80893Photo #80893Devonshire Road, Cambridge. New link under construction between cycle bridge and station.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
80892Photo #80892Devonshire Road, Cambridge. New link under construction between cycle bridge and station.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
80891Photo #80891Devonshire Road, Cambridge. New link under construction between cycle bridge and station.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
80890Photo #80890Devonshire Road, Cambridge. New link under construction between cycle bridge and station.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
80888Photo #80888Devonshire Road, Cambridge. New link under construction between cycle bridge and station.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
68244Photo #68244Contraflow cycle lane in Harvest Way, Cambridge blocked by builders' hoardings. There's an even wider obstruction a few metres beyond.

The yellow notice says "CYCLE LANE CLOSED PLEASE USE HARVEST WAY ROAD" (sic)

Note the one-way sign on the left doesn't have a cycle exemption plate.
Other:
Misc
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62599Photo #62599St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

This is a general view of the river taken from near the western portal, showing the historic city centre on the other side.

There are no bridges across the River Scheldt anywhere in Antwerp. The only way to cross is by road or tram tunnel, or by this pedestrian/cycle tunnel.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
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62598Photo #62598St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

These signs show the rules for using the tunnel.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/

Top right is "no vehicles except for cycles".

Bottom right is a speed limit of 5km/h (less than walking pace) which has been covered over with a limit of 10km/h (which is still a very slow cycling speed).
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62597Photo #62597St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

This is the entrance to the lift on the western side of the river.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
Other:
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62596Photo #62596St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

This is the entrance building on the western side of the river, serving a predominantly residential area.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
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62595Photo #62595St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
Other:
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62594Photo #62594St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

These cyclists are waiting for the lift.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
Other:
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62593Photo #62593St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

General view.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
62592Photo #62592St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

General view.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
62591Photo #62591St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

The tunnel floor is about 3m wide and is unsegregated.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
62590Photo #62590St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

This shows the inside of the huge lifts (which would be easily big enough to hold at least twenty bikes)

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
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62589Photo #62589St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

This shows the escalators and lift on the City Centre side of the river.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
Other:
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62588Photo #62588St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

This is the start of the tunnel on the City Centre side of the river.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
Other:
Infrastructure
general
62587Photo #62587St Anna Pedestrian/Cycle Tunnel in Antwerp is 572m long and runs under the River Scheldt. There are lifts and escalators at each end.

This is the entrance building on the City Centre side of the river.

Gallery: www.cyclestreets.net/location/62587-62599/
Other:
Infrastructure
general
59330Photo #59330This (surprisingly well-made) sign seems to have been left behind after some event.General sign/notice:
Misc
signs
55928Photo #55928Designed area (undercover) outside the terminal building at Christchurch Airport for re-assembling bikes.Other:
Good practice
general
55866Photo #55866Annular cycle lane on a busy roundabout. The lane didn't cross the side road entrances and exits, though. This fast cyclist ignored it completely.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
54467Photo #54467See also www.cyclestreets.net/location/54466/. Cyclists who want to stay on the road where the photographer is standing are prohibited from using the traffic signals, which are for buses only. (The loop detectors reportedly don't detect bikes anyway). Instead, cyclists have to ride on the pavement and make six right-angle turns whilst stopping and pressing the button to cross each lane of traffic on the side-road separately.Other:
Problem
general
54466Photo #54466In this appalling piece of design, buses have a simple straight crossing of this minor estate access road, whereas cyclists have to join the pavement on the right.

However there are no dropped kerbs on the obvious straight-ahead desire line. See www.cyclestreets.net/location/54467 to see how cyclists who want to head straight have to take a sharp right turn and use a two-stage pedestrian/cycle crossing before returning back onto the road. This is only a year or two old. Simply terrible.

Note also how the blue sign on the right (which relates to an earlier layout) is totally wrong.
Other:
Problem
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53755Photo #53755The covered, two-tier, cycle parking outside Derby station is closer to the entrance than the car parking is.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
53512Photo #53512Signpost on the "DNA path" from Addenbrooke's to Great Shelford. The NCN 11 symbol has been obscured with this new logo, making it harder to see where NCN 11 goes. (And it's not just a paper sticker - it looks pretty permanent).Route sign:
Problem
routesigns
52428Photo #52428Roadworks completely block the cycle path, which mean that cyclists heading soutbound (towards the camera) and wishing to turn right towards the DNA path to Great Shelford (as this cyclists is doing), need to ride around the roundabout rather than turn right just before it, as they normally do. There is no signposting to advise cyclists of this.Roadworks:
Event
roadworks
51367Photo #51367Cycle track alongside a relatively busy rural road in SW Finland. The Google Street view (which is exactly same location) shows the same road before the track was constructed, showing the land that must have been acquired to build it.

Note the width (approx 3m I would say) and the smooth surface. Almost all cycle tracks in the area (and there were many) were of the same high quality. They had priority over side roads, of course.
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
51366Photo #51366"Cycle barometer" outside Helsinki's main railway station. This displays the number of cyclists who have passed this point today (200 in this case) and displays the cumulative total as a "barometer". See also #51365General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
51365Photo #51365"Cycle barometer" outside Helsinki's main railway station. This displays the number of cyclists who have passed this point today (198 in this case) and displays the cumulative total as a "barometer". See also #51366Other:
Infrastructure
general
50030Photo #50030Recklessly-parked cycles on the path between Devonshire Road and the station. I've not seen this as bad as this before, with parked bikes making it impossible for even a cyclist and a pedestrian to pass (as I discovered when I cycled through a moment earlier).Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
50029Photo #50029New bridge (hopefully for cycles) under construction near Bedford Station which will provide an alternative to the existing underpass with a 4' 9" height restriction. (June 2013). See also #50028. Note that the footbridge shown at #20729 has been removed.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
50028Photo #50028New bridge (hopefully for cycles) under construction near Bedford Station which will provide an alternative to the existing underpass with a 4' 9" height restriction. (June 2013). See also #50029. Note that the footbridge shown at #20729 has been removed.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
48104Photo #48104The Thicket Path from St Ives to Houghton has been widened and resurfaced along its central section. (March 2013)

(There's a short section at the St Ives end which is still under construction, whilst a long section closer to Houghton is as bumpy and muddy as always - it's not obvious whether there are plans to improve that)
Other:
Good practice
general
47761Photo #47761Raised strips have been applied to the "boardwalk" under the railway bridge between Stourbridge Common and Ditton Meadows. The effect is to make your bike vibrate very uncomfortably as you ride over it.

Update, two months later: These strips have now been removed following a mass of complaints. Hooray!
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
47083Photo #47083A hot food van is now (Jan 2013) permanently parked in Abbey Street on the approach to the Toucan crossing across Newmarket Road, taking up more than half of the width of the road and forcing cyclists using this busy cycle route to ride underneath the open hatch cover. Customers being served food will also be forced to obstruct the cycle route.

Gallery at www.cyclestreets.net/location/47080-47083/
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
47082Photo #47082A hot food van is now (Jan 2013) permanently parked in Abbey Street on the approach to the Toucan crossing across Newmarket Road, taking up more than half of the width of the road and forcing cyclists using this busy cycle route to ride underneath the open hatch cover. Customers being served food will also be forced to obstruct the cycle route.

Gallery at www.cyclestreets.net/location/47080-47083/
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
47081Photo #47081A hot food van is now (Jan 2013) permanently parked in Abbey Street on the approach to the Toucan crossing across Newmarket Road, taking up more than half of the width of the road and forcing cyclists using this busy cycle route to ride underneath the open hatch cover. Customers being served food will also be forced to obstruct the cycle route.

Gallery at www.cyclestreets.net/location/47080-47083/
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
47080Photo #47080A hot food van is now (Jan 2013) permanently parked in Abbey Street on the approach to the Toucan crossing across Newmarket Road, taking up more than half of the width of the road and forcing cyclists using this busy cycle route to ride underneath the open hatch cover. Customers being served food will also be forced to obstruct the cycle route.

Gallery at www.cyclestreets.net/location/47080-47083/
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
47077Photo #47077A hot food van is now (Jan 2013) permanently parked in Abbey Street on the approach to the Toucan crossing across Newmarket Road, taking up more than half of the width of the road and forcing cyclists using this busy cycle route to ride underneath the open hatch cover. Customers being served food will also be forced to obstruct the cycle route.

Gallery at www.cyclestreets.net/location/47080-47083/
Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
46190Photo #46190San Francisco: Segregated cycle and pedestrian paths leading onto the Golden Gate Bridge.Dutch-style cycleway:
Good practice
dutchcycleways
44012Photo #44012Aldreth Causeway, between the Ouse bridge and Aldreth after a shower of heavy rain.

This is a byway.
Cycleway:
Misc
cycleways
34727Photo #34727Underground cycle parking at Antwerp Central stationCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
34726Photo #34726Ramp down to underground cycle parking at Antwerp Central stationCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
32889Photo #32889Solar System on the York to Selby cycleway (NCR 65). This is Pluto and its moon Charon

See gallery at
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32888Photo #32888Solar System on the York to Selby cycleway (NCR 65). This is Uranus

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