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School Streets road closure to Hatton Park Primary School, Longstanton

School Streets road closure to Hatton Park Primary School, Longstanton

A secure cycle hangar would be preferable to a cycle stand. There is a lot of free space in the parking lot so it should be possible to install without issues.

Now that’s how you design a quick build cycle lane and bus stop!! Admittedly, it does help if you’ve spent half a century aggressively widening roads in the name of car dominance.

Something has been built, and covered in plastic sheet, behind the row of piles - but it's not one of the 8 culvert sections which are still waiting in the compound.

Progress on the ncn51-Trail link

Curved sections - perhaps formers to go with shuttering? - in the compound.

28/09/20 Shuttering being erected for more concrete at the bridge approach

Made About Bikes grant program: Public repair stand, air pump, and wheel chock at Centro Hispano of Dane County

Made About Bikes grant program: Public repair stand, air pump, and wheel chock at Badger Rock School

The cycle crossings in this area are poorly maintained. This one doesn't drain properly, there's a big pile of mud which is a potential slip hazard for cyclists turning right.

Fitchburg bicycle parking census Properly installed

Fitchburg bicycle parking census Properly installed

Bus 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. T ... [more]

New 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

New 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

Potential spot for a bike hangar.

Water tap

An extra beefy line has been installed here, although it will need wand protection to prevent intrusion by drivers.

Temporary no-entry for motor vehicles and extra wide cycle lane for cycling, due to COVID-19 This filter makes a big difference, especially as at the top (and west) Deansgate has been temporarily pedestrianised.

New road sign on Talma Road has our backing

"We have allowed our residential areas to become a pressure release valve for the main roads. The answer...is not to...allow them to accommodate even more cars [but] deliver holistic approaches to reduce the overall number...That shouldn't ... [more]

First time I have seen a bike hangar out in the wild in ⁦@CityWestminster⁩ 😊

Water tap

New stronger cattle grid replacing one that was quite bent.

Modal filtering due the COVID-19 pandemic.

Modal filtering due the COVID-19 pandemic.

#CamRideHome September 2020

Properly installed

Non-recommended rack type

Properly installed

Non-recommended rack type

Properly installed

Fitchburg bicycle parking census Non-recommended rack type Improperly installed: too close to obstructions

Fitchburg bicycle parking census bicycle parking needed

“Stay safe on the bridge - Go by car” say some Mill Road traders. Utterly negative message to be turning away potential customers with. How about campaigning positively instead for improved signage, short-stay customer car parking ou ... [more]

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Cycleway next to the A505 taken from a coach returning from Heathrow to Cambridge.

No obvious official cycle parking stands at the Dallas Museum of Art.

Cyclist on the old North Road, Ermine Street

Photo #5

#5, nearby

Ermine Street

Photo #7

#7, nearby

Ermine Street - a roman road

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#8, nearby

Three Horseshoes Pub on Ermine Street - a roman road. https://www.facebook.com/threehorseshoesstukeley

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Ermine Street - a roman road

Ermine Street

Ermine Street with a shared use cycleway on the left.

Shared use alongside Ermine Street

Ermine Street - shared use cycleway.

Open views of the farmland.

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  • Icon 152219 This is used as a rat run so ideally needs a modal filter to be used as a cycling quiet way.
  • Icon 152218 There is no dropped kerb curb to allow pedestrians and cyclist to access Asda or other retailers. Or looking at it the other way there is no dropped kerb from the retail park giving access to shared use path. Which leads to the Highwoods country park, town centre avoiding North Station Road.
  • Icon 152217 This road is very quiet, and is a no-through road for cars. It would make a great road for a cycle lane, removing cyclists quickly from the one-way system.
  • Icon 152216 The Cycle Lane near to Morrisons simply ceases, and one is forced across the road. Widening the path or adding a cycle lane here would improve the ability to cycle around the one-way system
  • Icon 152215 A narrow footpath just after the cycle path finishes so cyclists are forced on to road
  • Icon 152214 Safe pedestrian crossing needed at this roundabout. Current arrangement is potentially dangerous for pedestrians and impossible to negotiate safely for school children. The existing traffic islands are too small (would not fit a wheel chair), the small roundabout with a turning lane means it is very hard to assess where cars are going. This is on route to several busses, a church, two schools and the town centre.
  • Icon 152213 Narrow pavement with dangerous bend that cars often mount.
  • Icon 152212 Improve safety on mandatory cycle lane here (wands/raised kerb?) Solid white line regularly crossed by cars entering from roundabout
  • Icon 152211 Better visibility/priority for cyclists as cars come very fast off the slip round to join the roundabout.
  • Icon 152210 Better visibility/priority for cyclists as cars come very fast off the slip round to join the roundabout.
  • Icon 152209 Re-Open the road, traffic displacement on Angel Hill is now ridiculous. If you want people to stop using cars, improve public transport. What happened to the tram extension? All went quiet after the consultation. If money is the problem, you’ll be investing in a zero emission, green transport solution.
  • Icon 152208 Surface on former flagship Rea Valley cycleway very poor, esp with tree roots, between Fordhouse Lane and Hazelwell Rd. Badly in need of resurfacing for years.

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