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Photo listing : general sign/notices (problem)

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No Entry except buses and good vehicles on this short-cut - cyclists can use the shared-use path to the left but still, it would be make sense to officially allow them to use the road (like the cyclist in the distance).

The old road is only a dead-end for motor vehicles - cycles and pedestrians have an underpass beneath the A1307. I'm a bit surprised the priority hasn't been changed as virtually all the motor traffic takes the road to the right.

Dead end for cars (cut off by the former A14) but not for pedestrians or dismounted cyclists.

NO! The sign should read Cyclists Rejoin The Carriageway, not Cyclists Dismount.

No entry sign erected in 2015 now prevents cyclists from cycling legally along Great Northern Street towards Huntingdon town centre unless you dismount. Shortsighted "highway improvement" designed to stop rat running of cars but with uninte ... [more]

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

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

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

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

Just a dead end sign - but there's an asphalt route for cyclists all the way to St Ives!

Eh? This is a byway. No bikes?

The mileage shown here: 19 is out of sync with the other distances we've seen on the signs between Cambridge and St Ives. This distance should be 14 miles. Photos along the route of the Busway between Oakington and St Ives.

The no entry versus contraflow cycle lanes here are very ambiguous.

The road sign here is pretty amazing I think! Although its trying to make a point, I think it is ambiguous to a quick glance - is that a four lane highway with alternate flow directions????? Spittals Way, Huntingdon

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