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Alternating shared-use and segregated cycleway signs - needless legalistic confusion.

Access to residential blocks, Eddington

Sign for short shared-use section on segregated cyclway - needless confusion.

Cycleway and parking, Eddington

Crossing to the Ridgeway, Eddington (and Ofo bike)

Cycleway by Turing Way, Eddington

It don't know if this is as planned, but there is no crossing of the Huntingdon Road at the Eddington junction - cyclists from Girton to Eddington have to use the right-turn traffic lane, and I've no idea what pedestrians are meant to do.

Cycle parking right by the entrance to the Coton Orchard garden centre - excellent.

Access to Girton College from Girton village - a footpath that leads through the Maintenance yard.

The predictable huge detour for cyclists on the Foxton-Hauxton cycleway.

Start of shared-use footway from Foxton level crossing.

Route signs once you've made the turn off the old A10. The Dead End sign has clearly been turned 180 degrees.

The cycle route is signed after you turn off the old A10 - there's no real indication that you should cross and turn off however.

How strange that the Melbourn-Shepreth cycleway suddenly turns into this - it's really not obvious that cyclists should cross to the other side.

How nice to have a sign on the new cycleway. What a shame cyclists are left wondering how to actually reach it.

There's no easy or obvious way from the road onto the new cycle path.

New cycleway east from Melbourn - shame that cyclists have to divert to the gates of the science park (out of sight to the left).

The Icknield Way.

Footpath by the A10 Melbourn bypass (the cycle route from Cambridge runs through the village).

Footpath by the A10 Melbourn bypass - the byway continues on the other side.

Start of byway from the A10 Melbourn bypass

It looks like a footpath but is a cycleable byway - possibly a leftover from the construction of the Melbourn bypass.

It looks like a footpath but is a cycleable byway - possibly a leftover from the construction of the Melbourn bypass.

Bridleway, in theory.

The old Cambridge-Bedford railway is now a decent paved road - surely it could be opened up somehow for cycling?

The old Cambridge-Bedford railway is now a decent paved road - surely it could be opened up somehow for cycling?

A safe crossing to this path would be very helpful.

The Barton cycleway has been resurfaced and actually has priority over side-roads now!

The Barton cycleway has been resurfaced and actually has priority over side-roads now!

There's a residents' parking scheme coming, and people are creating off-road car-storage spaces to avoid paying £52 a year.

There's a residents' parking scheme coming, and people are creating off-road car-storage spaces to avoid paying £52 a year.

View from Low Wood looking west over Windermere to the Langdale Pikes

Skelwith Fold looking west to Langdale Pikes

Junction of Alban Way and path into industrial park looking west

Woods Ave path at crossing of Sycamore Ave.

Woods Ave new cycle route showing crossing of Chantry Lane. This really should be a raise crossing over the entry to this cul-de-sac road.

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Lots of bike parking in Eddington. These are outside the University School.

Bike racks outside the University School. There's loads of bike parking dotted around the site. When you get further down this section of Eddington Avenue, and towards the entrance to Sainsbury's underground car park, it's less obvious w ... [more]

The Icknield Way passing under the railway at Melbourn

Bishops Rise looking north at the start of the 2018 built route along Woods Ave. This turns gets cyclists off the road ahead of the roundabout.

Woods Ave looking west up the new cycle route completed May 2018. Shows the initial section which splits round the trees

A new dropped kerb at the Caledonian University entrance, with cycle symbol, for turning from the main carriageway. But the cycle route is on the opposite footway.

I don't suppose it matters that this van is parked in the Meiklewood Road cycle lane, since the cycle route turns right at the end of the road.

Junction potholes in the Meiklewood Road cycle lane.

The parking layby is again too narrow for ordinary cars to be reliably parked within, so eroding the buffer zone that is meant to contain door openings.

Cycle lane or not?

The painted cycle lane on Meiklewood Road goes around the bend, then vanishes for a bit.

The cycle lane on Meiklewood Road starts to move out from the kerb.

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  • Icon 98684 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 98683 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 98611 The Royal Herbert Pavilions gas cycle parking, but it is very over subscribed and more council/TFL backed cycle parking would be great
  • Icon 98606 The flats on either side of the road have absolutely no storage and are small. If I can’t find a solution My partner and I will no longer be able to cycle to work.
  • Icon 98433 Ashton under lyne open a filter here
  • Icon 98414 Multiple spots for sheffield stands in this area
  • Icon 98410 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 98409 We have a parking spot on 80 Queens Road which is on the main road very close to the station. At the moment it is occupied by several bins and would make a great spot for a bike rack.
  • Icon 98391 I would suggest an hangar shelter
  • Icon 98390 I live in Stroud Green Road and I need a safe please where leave my bike. Could you hell me? thank you in advance for you quick reply
  • Icon 98389 Busy pub that lots of cyclists frequent..
  • Icon 98388 Outside the cinema / car park area

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