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Back way out of St Ives

Back way out of St Ives

This seems bizarre - no motor vehicles on St Ives Bridge, unless they happen to be over 3 tonnes?

The traffic-free St Ives Bridge

The traffic-free St Ives Bridge

Great, but does it matter which side of the sign cyclists go, on a traffic-free road?

Start of path (through the arch) across the meadows to Hemingford Grey

Buses and cycle contraflow only - good, but why does the sign show two lanes for motor traffic?

Just a tiny Ouse Valley Way marker - but local cyclists do cut through the churchyard

Start of direct route from St Ives to Houghton and Huntingdon - cyclists should avoid this first footpath section by going around to the right/north.

Start of Barnes Walk towards Houghton (& footbridge to Holt Island nature reserve)

Footpath section of direct route from Houghton to St Ives - turn left/north before you get here.

End of the direct route from Houghton to St Ives - signposting needed.

Tree-lined avenue entering St Ives

Dangerously narrow shared-use path by the A road between St Ives and Huntingdon

Unfriendly two-stage caged crossings (even on a road to nowhere)

The shared-use footway briefly becomes wide enough passing a new housing development.

Dangerously narrow shared-use cycleway

Cycleway emerging from new housing development onto what seems to be a shared-use footway

What happens when incompetent planners and developers build a cycleway and then fail to provide access to it.

What happens when incompetent planners and developers build a cycleway and then fail to provide access to it.

The developers have planted a hedge to block access to the cycleway.

The developers have planted a hedge to block access to the cycleway - that won't last long.

There's a fair-sized dropping-off area to the right.

Crossing to cycleway by new housing development, St Ives

It's rather random to provide a shared-use footway right alongside an on-road cycle lane.

Nice traditional bike shop in St Ives

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