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Photo listing : cycleways (infrastructure)

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NCN51 St Ives

Shared-use path out of Fenstanton

Bridleway under the A1307 from Fenstanton - dropped kerb needed.

Bridleway under the A1307 to Fenstanton

Bridleway under the A1307 to Fenstanton - with mounting block for horse-riders

Rather random end of shared-use path on bridge over the new A14

Shared-use path on bridge over the new A14

Rather random start of shared-use path on bridge over the new A14

Sudden end of shared-use path on the bridge over the new A14

Shared-use path on the bridge over the new A14, and the old road to the right, now signed as a footpath.

Start of shared-use path on the bridge over the new A14

Sudden end of shared-use path on the bridge over the new A14 - no easy access for southbound cyclists.

Bus stop and shared-use footway at a new housing development

Shared-use footway towards St Ives - cyclists can stay on the old road ahead where cars take the new road to the right.

Better markings here on this shared-use path.

This seems to be the only work that's been done to create a shared-use path here.

This seems to be the only work that's been done to create a shared-use path here.

OpenCycleMap shows this path as shared-use but there's no evidence on the ground.

Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton. North of this point (behind the camera) the cycleway is very wide, probably because it needs to be occasionally used by motor vehicles. South of this point (in front of the camera) the cycleway runs ... [more]

Cycleway between Alconbury and Brampton. This is the southern end of a 300m section which doesn't have an asphalt surface, perhaps because it is not finished (Oct 2020). More photos: https://www.cyclestreets.net/location/152293-152324 ... [more]

This turns out to be a footpath along the northern edge of Fenstanton

This turns out to be a footpath east out of Fenstanton

Cut-through in Fenstanton

Shared-use path from Fenstanton to St Ives

Incredibly narrow shared-use path from Fenstanton to St Ives

End of shared-use route from St Ives to Fenstanton

Start of shared-use route from Fenstanton to St Ives

Cut-through in Fenstanton - not easy for cyclists

Not sure if this implies cyclists have priority over side road or not

Signs indicate that buses used to run through the centre of St Ives, but the bollards are fixed now (on NCN route 51)

It's hard to see where the Cyclists Dismount sign is supposed to apply - in any case St Ives's cyclists happily whizz along here towards Crown Walk and Warners Park

There's a section of the route to Warners Park, St Ives, where cyclists have to dismount.

Link from Warners Park, St Ives

Barriers on link to Warners Park, St Ives

Barriers on link from Warners Park, St Ives

Warners Park, St Ives

Warners Park, St Ives

Link from Warners Park, St Ives

Exit from Warners Park, St Ives

Link to Warners Park, St Ives

Link to Warners Park, St Ives

Shared-use footway north from St Ives

End of shared-use footway heading into St Ives

Start of shared-use footway north out of St Ives

Cycle lane out of central St Ives

Link past St Ives church towards the Thicket Path

Link past St Ives church from the Thicket Path

Birt Lane, St Ives

Barriers on riverside cycle route, St Ives

Roadside cycle route, St Ives

Free Church Passage, St Ives

Shared-use footway to the Hemingfords

Paved bridleway south from Houghton Mill

Paved bridleway south from Houghton Mill

Less restrictive bollards on the Thicket Path from St Ives to Houghton, now nicely paved

The Thicket Path from St Ives to Houghton, now nicely paved

The Thicket Path from St Ives to Houghton, now nicely paved

Start of the Thicket Path from St Ives to Houghton

Link to the Leisure Centre, St Ives

Paved path north from the Thicket Path, St Ives

Paved path north from the Thicket Path, St Ives

Paved link to the Thicket Path, St Ives

Segregated footway, St Ives

Segregated footway, St Ives

End of off-road path into St Ives

Cycle lane southbound only to central St Ives

In these warmer times, it's good to note that solid surfaces make all the diferences to cycle access. The river is still running high (although this is from a few weeks back). #Hemingfords #Houghton @HoughtonMillNT https://t.co/BA3rzR4szL

Bridge by the Roman road (the original Great North Road)

Surprisingly steep and potentially muddy section of the Roman road (the original Great North Road)

Roman road (the original Great North Road) - with a big view across the Ouse and Ivel valleys

Roman road (the original Great North Road) still well used by bikes.

Ten years after I started photomap I've revisited the site of #1. The 001 marking on this shared use cycleway is still visible!

Useful link through to Great Northern Street.

Useful link through to Great Northern Street.

Shared use footway alongside American Lane.

Q: What can you expect at a road called 'Drivers Avenue'! A: Crap cycling facilities! Curiously there's a give way here rather than a Cyclists Dismount sign - which is at a nearby junction, so this scheme is inconsistently designed to ... [more]

Q: What can you expect at a road called 'Drivers Avenue'! A: Crap cycling facilities! Curiously there's a give way here rather than a Cyclists Dismount sign - which is at a nearby junction, so this scheme is inconsistently designed to ... [more]

The footway on this side of American Lane is shared use but not on the other side (where a cyclist is riding). Shared use cycleway users are expected to dismount to cross these side roads. The sign opposite is actually the wrong way roun ... [more]

There's an obvious place to have a dropped kerb where the shared use cycleway opposite joins American Lane. But there's not one because the shared use continues along the narrow footway. This is just crap and ill thought through rubbish!

Shared use foot and cycleway with confused markings near its junction with American Lane.

Shared use foot and cycleway with confused markings approaching its junction with American Lane.

Segregated footway and cycleway or mix of both?

Shard use cycleway - further along here who is mean to be on what side gets even more confused.

Subway near the Lord Protector pub, hopefully you feel you don't need protection in this unlit gloom.

Subway towards the Lord Protector pub, hopefully you feel you don't need protection in this unlit gloom.

The shared use cycleway dives under the roads.

Cycleway passing the Lord Protector public house in the town that houses a Cromwell Museum.

Give way, dodge the bollard, check its clear, cross, doge another bollard - this is what its like on a shared use footway. Although this is one of the better examples as it is relatively wide.

Give way, dodge the bollard, check its clear, cross, doge another bollard - this is what its like on a shared use footway. Although this is one of the better examples as it is relatively wide.

Cycleway alongside Mayfield Road

Shared use path alongside Mayfield Road.

Shared use path on Sapley Road.

Shared use path alongside Sapley Road.

Shared use cycleway along Sapley Road.

Shared use cycleway on Sapley Road, Huntingdon.

Bridleway south to the A428

New? bridleway

Bridleway south to the A428

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

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

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