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109079Photo #109079Another example of the poor cycle infra in the Newmarket Road retail park. The driver just pulls up and stops (without indicating to traffic behind) in the cyclelane and the passenger opens the door straight away.
This, combined with www.cyclestreets.net/location/109078/ shows really poor thinking about the infra here.
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109078Photo #109078New, very poor cycle infra in the retail park. Note "Cyclists use cyclelane only" is advisory so will confuse a lot of people. And it's a very bad place to ride, as shown by people walking in it. Just 10 metres earlier, this happened: www.cyclestreets.net/location/109079/Road environment:
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108960Photo #108960Taxi driver bullying through. Can clearly see me before coming onto my side of the road. Keeps on coming. Then mansplains to me to be patient and give way to him. On my side of the road. Yes, right. That'd fail your driving test. t.co/k3yGwkLEWvEnforcement:
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108959Photo #108959Some ancient infra that looks like it's close to collapse in parts. Needs removal as it's no longer compatible with current cycle sizes (cargo bikes can't pass each other here).Obstruction:
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108958Photo #108958This route is used by hundreds of people every day. The estate to the left has maybe a dozen houses. Why is the priority the wrong way round?Obstruction:
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108957Photo #108957Very narrow access. Blocks most cargo bikes on a main school access route (that's the school ahead on the right with a gate access about 100m ahead on THIS PATH).Obstruction:
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101162Photo #101162#Eddington #cyclepath signage overkill. This, whilst attempting to be very accurate, looks quite silly and does create a poor visual experience. t.co/zNlV9S7EPsGeneral sign/notice:
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98014Photo #98014Whilst cycling this way today, we had the same pavement parking as this example (from last December). Forcing people walking into the road with 2 clear nearby legal spaces. t.co/ZecxP4G80MEnforcement:
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98013Photo #98013Just to note the issues before we had bollards at the Perne - Radegund - Birdwood Road roundabout. Cyclepath, what cyclepath? Nah, it's for car parking. t.co/56aUGHH1xhRoad environment:
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98012Photo #98012In these warmer times, it's good to note that solid surfaces make all the diferences to cycle access. The river is still running high (although this is from a few weeks back). #Hemingfords #Houghton @HoughtonMillNT t.co/BA3rzR4szLCycleway:
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98010Photo #98010First time through this way for a little while. As usual, an illegally stopped vehicle, with a nearby legal space. Looks like they've been here awhile and are not leaving soon. I know you've worked hard on this @IanGManning, what more can we do? Clearly we need to! Sigh. t.co/ErcgKZS0lqEnforcement:
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95469Photo #95469On a lovely #CamRideHome along the great new #StowQuyLode cycleway, it's best accessed through Quy Court next to main road. Please see t.co/Z4gDu1AEzx for the full details and video. t.co/62JgQ3qSATCycleway:
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95468Photo #95468On a lovely #CamRideHome along the great new #StowQuyLode cycleway we found some potential substructure issues. Please see t.co/Z4gDu1AEzx for the full details and video. t.co/u6orHdxp77Cycleway:
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95467Photo #95467On a lovely #CamRideHome along the great new #StowQuyLode cycleway we found some (limited & awkward to change) space on the right side of the road to extend it through Stow. Please see t.co/Z4gDu1AEzx for the full details and video. t.co/pnl7erItJ3Other:
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95466Photo #95466On a lovely #CamRideHome along the great new #StowQuyLode cycleway we found some space either side of the road to extend it through Quy. Please see t.co/Z4gDu1AEzx … … for the full details and video. t.co/9Upu55b1GBOther:
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95465Photo #95465On a lovely #CamRideHome along the great new #StowQuyLode cycleway we found some potential structure issues. Please see t.co/Z4gDu1AEzx … for the full details and video. t.co/bPVMuDDlGECycleway:
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95464Photo #95464#CamRideHome finding potential crossing issues on the #StowQuyLode cycleway near @AngleseyAbbeyNT. Please see t.co/Z4gDu1AEzx for the full details and video. t.co/XDBdMCH169Other:
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95462Photo #95462#CamRideHome finding potential parking issues on the #StowQuyLode cycleway near @AngleseyAbbeyNT. Please see t.co/Z4gDu1AEzx … for the full details and video. t.co/x0yTMAsGYXOther:
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95461Photo #95461#CamRideHome finding space on the right to extend the #StowQuyLode cycleway. Please see t.co/Z4gDu1AEzx for the full details and video. t.co/hTafeUfLLYOther:
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94267Photo #94267Kenzies coach driver parks up illegally in Hills Road cyclelane whilst getting coffee. An increasingly popular stopping place. @LibralLady t.co/crxyXmwxRoOther:
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93372Photo #93372Sadly the cycle signs in the new #Eddington development in #Cambridge continue the tradition of being confusing. t.co/oLxmdJlfW1Route sign:
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91909Photo #91909DG17 WEK in Yet More Illegal Cyclepath Parking. Repeat offences bcos they can get away with it? t.co/qmHfI8BS1BOther:
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91892Photo #91892HS15 MKA and AE65 SXK in Yet More Illegal Cyclepath Parking on Water Street/Fen Road t.co/iWvwRCMN4oOther:
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91812Photo #91812Driver of FJ05 VSX Close Pass Shouting You Should be in the Cyclelane. Wrong.
Video: www.youtube.com/watch
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91731Photo #91731YY10 FOF Driving at me on my side & shouting to get over.
see youtu.be/kqowA90meWE
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91730Photo #91730@IanGManning Sadly, the experience today. NU10 JYP and NY59 AXA Illegally stopped in cyclelane. The same builders. & shows walking issue too t.co/aO8fLqtqx8Other:
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91619Photo #91619NV59 AXA and AF56 YDD Illegally Parked in Cyclepath t.co/SatoZteG8mEnforcement:
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91215Photo #91215@cyclestreets Reported issue on Council scheme. It's only just been reported by someone else & closed without anything happening. #Cambridge #Trumpington t.co/whaa55xxEWOther:
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91214Photo #91214A 4 mile journey, examples of cycling experiences. No3. Overgrown paths. #Cambridge #Trumpington t.co/yc4ookhq3KOther:
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91213Photo #91213A 4 mile journey, examples of cycling experiences. No2. Dangerous surfaces. #Cambridge #Trumpington t.co/BBZAaWquojOther:
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91212Photo #91212A 4 mile journey, examples of cycling experiences. No1. Blocked routes. #Cambridge #Trumpington t.co/ucxkNcQOKKEnforcement:
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91187Photo #91187Confusing #Cyclists #Dismount signs have finally gone from the north side of #GreenDragon bridge. t.co/wXZ59x4Hrh t.co/w0Q4tcTZLRCycleway:
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91109Photo #91109PN57 UPW Stopped Illegally in Cyclelane.
t.co/qKYPEovPy4
t.co/64NnG2ElIP page 3.
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89289Photo #89289This was parked, not unloading as it went over the 40 minute grace period. Even unloading in a cyclelane is illegal.Enforcement:
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89032Photo #89032Crossing the A11 is hard, there aren't many places. This particular crossing is really difficult thanks to narrow spaces and the angle, height, and lack of grip of the bridge tracks. This means it's only available to people with standard configuration bikes (so no cargo-bikes, family bikes, trikes, disabled bikes), and with considerable physical strength (so no children or older people, or baggage).Obstruction:
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88455Photo #88455Travis Perkins using the new cycle infra as an unloading zone. FTA link is www.fta.co.uk/export/sites/fta/_galleries/downloads/pcns/drivercard_1.pdf [PDF, bottom of page 3]

Also note stopped in zig zag crossing area, a double whammy!

And the time. This is likely to have been here as children went to school.
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88351Photo #88351This is one of the reasons that there's the alternate route round, meandering off for 400m to the north. However, it's still a cyclepath, I'm not minded to have a slow wander round the nice back route as I want to get on.Other:
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88350Photo #88350Road worker completely blocks cyclepath. Note that these people are allowed to work in cycle infra. However, they do need to indicate that it's closed and/or indicate a way round. There is a way, about 500m back from here. A sign there would have been well placed.Other:
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88293Photo #88293The irony of a "Cyclists, pass with care" notice on a bus driving in the cyclelane.Enforcement:
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88202Photo #88202Again*, illegally stopped up in a cyclelane. Just as a reminder from the Freight Transport Association, this is something not to do. www.fta.co.uk/export/sites/fta/_galleries/downloads/pcns/drivercard_1.pdf [PDF, bottom of page 3]

* Like cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/88046/ and cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/88203/
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88046Photo #88046Another illegal position from the Richmond Coaches driver. Just waited there for around 5 minutes.

It is illegal to stop in a cyclelane. Even the FTA say don't do it. www.fta.co.uk/export/sites/fta/_galleries/downloads/pcns/drivercard_1.pdf [PDF bottom of page 3]
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88022Photo #88022Costa Coffee illegally unloading in a cyclelane. Something the Freight Transport Association advise never to do.

Bottom of page 3 [PDF] www.fta.co.uk/export/sites/fta/_galleries/downloads/pcns/drivercard_1.pdf
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87961Photo #87961This is a two lane entrance to the traffic lights. The queueing traffic to the left is doing a right turn which lights are only green for a short time. The other lane is clear to use with a green light. Apart from a bus across both lanes doing a pickup.Other:
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87960Photo #87960Illegal stopping in cyclelane from @Richmondscoach.Enforcement:
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87862Photo #87862Another example of misuse of the Hills Road cyclelane. And at a time when lots of children are likely riding from their school.Enforcement:
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87752Photo #87752The key to this map says blue dashed lines are "Signed primary network separate from traffic". So why are developers putting up no entry signs as per cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/87701/?Cycleway:
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87712Photo #87712Another example of how this junction design needs to be revisited. And why the whole of this place stinks of car fumes. The pollution here is so bad it utterly stinks!Road environment:
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87701Photo #87701These "No Entry" signs appeared whilst Wilton Terrace was being demolished and there was restricted access at the other end. However, that's long over and there's plenty of space now.

So are these signs still up to dissuade people cycling through, as has happened for decades (even before this development)?

Cars go through here all the time to get to the businesses at the back of the picture. So, it's clearly "entry for some".

Note the cycle map includes this as "Signed Primary Network", see cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/87752/.
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85628Photo #85628Close pass by driver of RV02 LFP.Enforcement:
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85627Photo #85627Close pass by driver of KN12 EEG.Enforcement:
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85497Photo #85497UPDATE AT END.

New sign asking "Cyclists please dismount". This has been a cycle cut through for the 27 years I've lived here. Note it's a private sign and not official, but this is a private estate. However, when estate planned, was it required to include cycle access? Note, although limited, cars can drive here.

UPDATE: As at 06/01/17 the sign is still there, and this clip shows it form the other end as well. youtu.be/scoKHIgt_x8
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84662Photo #84662Temporary, I know, but a good demonstration of a lack of understanding (or care). Work being done to move the drop kerb around the corner (which might make sense). Work crew take OUT old drop kerb before finishing new one. Thus no drop kerb to get onto the cyclepath!

The problem that needs fixing here is that work crews need to make sure cyclepaths remain open during work.
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84659Photo #84659Much improved shared-use path, although still a blockage at Foxton Railway Crossing. See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cycle-to-work-day.htmlCycleway:
Good practice
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84658Photo #84658Much improved shared-use path, although still a blockage at Foxton Railway Crossing. See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cycle-to-work-day.htmlCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
84534Photo #84534This vital cycle infra link is becoming more abused by people driving.

You MUST NOT stop or park on a tram or cycle lane.
www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_069860

Any person who, without lawful authority, drives or parks a vehicle wholly or partly on a cycle track is guilty of an offence. Unless:
saving life, or extinguishing fire or meeting any other like emergency
maintaining of any structure or other work situated in the cycle track or its verges
undertaking work on water, sewerage electricity, gas, or telecomms network
www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/52/section/21
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84527Photo #84527See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84526Photo #84526See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84524Photo #84524See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84523Photo #84523See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84522Photo #84522See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlOther:
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84521Photo #84521See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84520Photo #84520See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84519Photo #84519See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84518Photo #84518See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84517Photo #84517See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84516Photo #84516See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84515Photo #84515See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84514Photo #84514See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84513Photo #84513See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84512Photo #84512See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84511Photo #84511See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlRoute sign:
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84510Photo #84510See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlRoad environment:
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84509Photo #84509See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlRoute sign:
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84508Photo #84508See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84507Photo #84507See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84506Photo #84506See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84505Photo #84505See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84504Photo #84504See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/09/cambridge-to-cambourne-cycle-route.htmlCycleway:
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84498Photo #84498I'm sorry, just WOW!

This guy showing that there are few barriers to active travel as he rides one-legged through Ditton Meadows.

He's carrying a crutch on his left side for when he needs to stop.

This is bow-down unmitigated awesomeness that far exceeds most riding successes I've ever experienced.
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84497Photo #84497Shared-use pavement work going on. Diversion onto road now includes ramps for riders (it didn't yesterday!). And this means taking a road lane out to temporary traffic lights. Now, to get those awkward concrete blocks out of the diversion route.Roadworks:
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84189Photo #84189One example of a very poor pass, several more here.

radwagon.blogspot.co.uk/2016/08/ncn11-south-from-cambridge-part-2.html

(Date could be 1 or 2 days out, time is correct.)
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84188Photo #84188This causes irritation and can cause road collisions putting vulnerable road users at considerable risk.Enforcement:
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84187Photo #84187See clip at youtu.be/nZWFdDs7GSgEnforcement:
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84164Photo #84164Oh dear! After getting it right yesterday (cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/84024/), Toyota lorry driver is back to stopping illegally in the cyclelane to unload like two weeks ago (cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/83577).

The Freight Trade Association also say delivery stopping should not be done in cyclelanes.
www.fta.co.uk/export/sites/fta/_galleries/downloads/pcns/drivercard_1.pdf [PDF, bottom of page 3]
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84163Photo #84163Lammas Land pool gets very popular in this heat. Sadly, some people are selfish enough to park in the passing places on the road when their choice of parking spot runs out.Enforcement:
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84024Photo #84024Much better than cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/83577 where they'd illegally coned off the cyclelane.Other:
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83995Photo #83995See radwagon.blogspot.com/2016/08/pleasant-circular-route-round-cambridge.html for a video of riding around a pleasant little ride around Cambridge on good infra, not so good infra, and quiet roads. Just enjoy!Other:
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83994Photo #83994See clip at youtu.be/oXCgMDMWlZw

The road space between the lights on Tenison Road (for Devonshire Road) along to turning right into St Barnabas Road is far too small for overtaking, and so is the first section of St Barnabas Road before the turn.

I take control position to dissuade passing, but wobble back over to sharing on the first bit of St Barnabas Road. Here's why I will not leave control this early any more.

Some very poor decision making by this taxi driver, trying to pass in far too short a distance. It would require speeding or being on the wrong side of the road round a blind bend to complete.
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83993Photo #83993AU12 GJV Licence 570 Parked in Cycle Infra.

Note that the space to the right isn't enough to get outside of the doorzone, so it's still not safe to use. And the law talks about .....

The 1988 Road Traffic Act, section 21.
Any person who, without lawful authority, drives or parks a vehicle wholly or partly on a cycle track is guilty of an offence. Unless:
- saving life, or extinguishing fire or meeting any other like emergency
- maintaining of any structure or other work situated in the cycle track or its verges
- undertaking work on water, sewerage electricity, gas, or telecomms network

www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/52/section/21

The Freight Trade Association also say delivery stopping should not be done in cyclelanes.
www.fta.co.uk/export/sites/fta/_galleries/downloads/pcns/drivercard_1.pdf
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83992Photo #83992AF65 XXS @dhlexpressuk Obstructs HighwayEnforcement:
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83792Photo #83792Illegally parked in cyclelane.

Highway Code Rule 240 (backed up in law)
You MUST NOT stop or park on a tram or cycle lane.
www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_069860

And the 1988 Road Traffic Act, section 21.
Any person who, without lawful authority, drives or parks a vehicle wholly or partly on a cycle track is guilty of an offence. Unless:

saving life, or extinguishing fire or meeting any other like emergency
maintaining of any structure or other work situated in the cycle track or its verges
undertaking work on water, sewerage electricity, gas, or telecomms network

www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/52/section/21

The Freight Trade Association also say delivery stopping should not be done in cyclelanes.
www.fta.co.uk/export/sites/fta/_galleries/downloads/pcns/drivercard_1.pdf
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83791Photo #83791Illegally parked in cyclelane.

Highway Code Rule 240 (backed up in law)
You MUST NOT stop or park on a tram or cycle lane.
www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_069860

And the 1988 Road Traffic Act, section 21.
Any person who, without lawful authority, drives or parks a vehicle wholly or partly on a cycle track is guilty of an offence. Unless:

saving life, or extinguishing fire or meeting any other like emergency
maintaining of any structure or other work situated in the cycle track or its verges
undertaking work on water, sewerage electricity, gas, or telecomms network

www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/52/section/21

The Freight Trade Association also say delivery stopping should not be done in cyclelanes.
www.fta.co.uk/export/sites/fta/_galleries/downloads/pcns/drivercard_1.pdf
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83790Photo #83790Illegally parked in cyclelane.

Highway Code Rule 240 (backed up in law)
You MUST NOT stop or park on a tram or cycle lane.
www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_069860

And the 1988 Road Traffic Act, section 21.
Any person who, without lawful authority, drives or parks a vehicle wholly or partly on a cycle track is guilty of an offence. Unless:

saving life, or extinguishing fire or meeting any other like emergency
maintaining of any structure or other work situated in the cycle track or its verges
undertaking work on water, sewerage electricity, gas, or telecomms network

www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/52/section/21
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83780Photo #83780Illegally parked in cyclelane.

Highway Code Rule 240 (backed up in law)
You MUST NOT stop or park on a tram or cycle lane.
www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_069860

And the 1988 Road Traffic Act, section 21.
Any person who, without lawful authority, drives or parks a vehicle wholly or partly on a cycle track is guilty of an offence. Unless:

saving life, or extinguishing fire or meeting any other like emergency
maintaining of any structure or other work situated in the cycle track or its verges
undertaking work on water, sewerage electricity, gas, or telecomms network

www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1988/52/section/21
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83779Photo #83779Illegally parked in contraflow cyclelane. Right opposite plenty of space to park legally.Enforcement:
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83775Photo #83775Illegally parked in contraflow cyclelane. Right opposite plenty of space to park legally.Enforcement:
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83773Photo #83773See clip at youtu.be/HE_pxj8pM1U.

Probably ought to go out to control (or primary) position in ASL box to stop this kind of nonsense. However, it's possibly best to have driver behaviour of this poor (and illegal) quality ahead not behind.
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83764Photo #83764See clip at youtu.be/NnGkX09AMuw.

The paint on this junction is very poor advice for people riding.

NEVER go over to the left when going through here.

Swinging over to the left will mean:
- you lose visibility
- you encourage drivers to overtake

A likely outcome being they come far too close to you as the road narrows again just a few yards further on.

This is what is taught in BikeAbility cycling lessons as approved by the Department for Transport.
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83727Photo #83727CL Travel unloading on Hills Road. The road has "no unloading" marks all along apart from paintwork that used to indicate a pedestrian crossing. The pedestrian crossing was taken out 6 months ago but the paintwork hasn't changed to reflect that. Drivers think that as there is no crossing any longer, the paintwork is wrong and they can get away with stopping here.

So, when is the paintwork going to be updated to reflect the "no unloading" status correctly?

Reported to CambsCC on Monday 15/8.
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83725Photo #83725It's hardly surprising that people think it's okay to stop up in a cyclelane when the police do it. They do have some leeway, but clearly not in this case.Enforcement:
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