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Poor access to Priory Park, St Neots

Priory Park, St Neots - no indication whether cycling is permiited

It's not marked as shared-use but it might as well be.

This could be improved to give an alternative backstreets route to the new Love's Farm development

It's a toucan crossing, so surely the cycle route ends on the far side if anywhere?

Priory Hill bridge, north of St Neots station - apparently not strong enough for frequent motor traffic to the Love's Farm development

It seems that the red surfacing on the bridge is not a shared-use path as you might expect.

Priory Hill bridge, north of St Neots station - apparently not strong enough for frequent motor traffic to the Love's Farm development

Rising bollards - access for buses and bikes only on the north side of the Love's Farm development

Rising bollards - access for buses and bikes only on the north side of the Love's Farm development

Poor finishing on the new Love's farm development - no dropped kerb on one side and a pretty high step on the other.

Shared-use path on the new Love's Farm development

Reasonable amount of covered cycle parking at the primary school on the Love's Farm development

Cycle parking at the Tesco Express on the new Love's Farm development

Appalling finish, just as we saw in Orchard Park, North Cambridge - no access for wheelchairs or buggies, let alone cycling

Cycle shelters at the new eastern entrance to St Neots station from the Love's farm development

Unsurfaced streamside path crossing road, Love's Farm

Road narrowing and cycle bypass on the main road into the Love's Farm development

Streamside shared-use path on the Love's Farm development

Shouldn't that be an 'End of Shared Use' sign?

Entering Love's Farm, the big new development to the east of St Neots station.

Shared-use footway under the railway from Love's Farm towards St Neots

Clear desire line to Love's Farm, the big new development to the east of St Neots station.

Off-road cycle track past roundabout between St Neots and Love's Farm

Off-road cycle track past roundabout between St Neots and Love's Farm

Limited permeability, St Neots

Attempted permeability, St Neots

Possible alternative to the shared-use footway between St Neots and Love's Farm

Shared-use footway from St Neots towards Love's Farm transitioning to on-road cycle lane.

Shared-use footway between Love's Farm and St Neots

Route signs at the main crossroads in St Neots, including the new Love's Farm development.

Some local cyclists get around the one-way restriction by cutting through the churchyard.

Route signs, Eynesbury

Wheelers bike shop, Eynesbury

The crossings are toucans, but they in no way compensate for the road closure and total lack of dropped kerbs or other cycle-friendy features. They're entirely aimed at cyclists on the shared-use footways.

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