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Showing items 1 to 23 from total of 23 items. Ordered by location # descending.

Location # Icon Video Photo Caption Categorisation
30124Photo #30124cycles on busway here, leave for shared path where guideway beginsCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
30123Photo #30123? ped/cycle link to be opened here? no dropped kerb...Other:
Misc
general
30122Photo #30122cycles to be on busway here.Other:
Misc
general
30121Photo #30121entrance to Unex House car park (padlocked) -current application to build 4-storey parking/office development here.Other:
Misc
general
30120Photo #30120future access to Kaleidoscope, cycles continue to station on buswayOther:
Misc
general
30119Photo #30119Guided bus maintenance track under construction.Other:
Infrastructure
general
30118Photo #30118to be tarmackedCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
30117Photo #30117to be tarmacked. no access to Univ PressOther:
Misc
general
30116Photo #30116link to Long Road (to be tarmacked?) no steps providedOther:
Misc
general
30115Photo #30115to be tarmackedOther:
Misc
general
30114Photo #30114To be tarmackedOther:
Misc
general
18987Photo #18987Cycle path looks rather narrow. It is also to have access to the Kaleidoscope CUP development and to Clarendon Road/ Fitzwilliam Road.Roadworks:
Infrastructure
roadworks
18952Photo #18952Both footways have been designated for shared use, but remain too narrow. At Netherhall Comm Coll (reported as wanting more cycling) it is important the footway should be widened. Elsewhere the designation is questionable.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
18951Photo #18951The shared-use footway, north side of road, has End signs at every sider road crossing. It is poorly maintained and not used by reasonably confident cyclists.Route sign:
Problem
routesigns
18950Photo #18950North side shared-use footway is poorly surfaced, and gets little cycle use, especially eastbound (downhill at this point)Road environment:
Misc
road
18949Photo #18949Approaching Brookland Road: most cyclists use road, but when it is busy others wanting to continue ahead or enter Coe Fen use footway.Congestion:
Misc
congestion
18948Photo #18948Busy moment after work. Some cars pull forward, blocking the foot/ cycleway.Congestion:
Misc
congestion
18947Photo #189472nd day of experimental layout: cycle lane on uphill ramps. Pic shows merging of cycles and other traffic on downhill,Road environment:
Event
road
18946Photo #18946Merging of cycles and motor traffic, after the end of the uphill cycle laneRoad environment:
Event
road
18878Photo #18878Soon after the worryingly narrow footway on the Ouse Viaduct (photo 18875) the route reaches the eastbound bus stops as a 3m width shared use footway. (Cycle parking is provided on the other side of the busway, off-camera to right.) The pinch caused by the WW2 pillbox is needlessly made worse by new cabinets (width about 2m), forcing a deflection into the pedestrian area. To reach Station Road, St Ives (ahead) the path crosses two wide busways, with right-angle turns.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
18877Photo #18877At Station Road, new construction, only guided buses to be allowed to proceed across the bypass road to the park and ride site and on towards Cambridge. A car trap to be installed. Cycles apparently to join the footway here, to cross the bypass. The footway is too narrow for shared use and obstructed by sign and lamp posts, the width at the bike is 1.6m, the post is directly in the path of cyclists leaving/ joining the carriageway.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
18876Photo #18876St Ives bypass, at guided bus and cycle route crossing, P+R site behind camera. Here and elsewhere in this development the shared-use footway is faulty, with lamp columns and signposts obstructing a too-narrow surface, and right-angle turns. There is just under 2m width at the post in foreground, just over 2m width near the bike. Now this has been constructed the best fix would be to widen the path close to the crossing, and provide flush slips off the footway, definitely on the town (far) side, preferably also on this side.Obstruction:
Problem
obstructions
18875Photo #18875New Ouse Viaduct (Guided Bus replaces railway) with very narrow path under construction. Path is to be dedicated as public bridleway, but is too narrow and frighteningly close to fast-moving buses.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways

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