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Cycle courier in Grenoble collecting leftover bread for a microbrewery to make bread-beer.

No Cycling on the promenade in Friedrichshafen

The Marleigh development - lots of garage space, but no sign of the visitor cycle parking that's dotted around Trumpington Meadows and Clay Farm.

Link in the Marleigh development

Shared-use path into the Marleigh development

Route for cyclists from Anglesey Abbey towards Cambridge, parallel to the B1102

Signed route from Anglesey Abbey towards Cambridge, through a cycle-aware office development.

Good new cycleway from Anglesey Abbey to Stow-cum-Quy

Start of good new cycleway from Anglesey Abbey to Stow-cum-Quy

Inadequate central refuge for cyclists to and from the National Trust's Anglesey Abbey property.

Shared-use footway crossing Longmeadow

Shared-use pathway from Swaffham Bulbeck to Lode

The cycle route to the left is just a waiting area for cyclists to cross to the shared-use path on the right.

The Swaffham Prior bypass - it's more pleasant to go through the village.

End of shared-use footway from Burwell to Swaffham Prior

It's a bit counter intuitive, but a group of cyclists on NCN route 51 seems to have stopped for a snack at the A14 services.

Staff at the A14 services park here on NCN route 51

NCN route 51 - I assume there was once a route across what is now the A14 here.

NCN route 51 leaving Exning

NCN route 51 turns east here for a traffic-free route into Newmarket

NCN route 51 turns east here for a traffic-free route into Newmarket

Bridleway link to NCN route 51, Newmarket

Cyclists Must Ensure That They Are Visible - to horses, presumably. This is a handy route around the northeastern side of Newmarket.

Shared-use path - I don't think it goes very far.

No cycle parking at all at this Co-op and other shops.

Under-used paved track in Newmarket

Modal filters on this under-used paved track - but dropped kerbs are needed.

Dropped kerb needed to access this underused paved track.

Cyclists Must Ensure That They Are Visible - to horses, presumably. This is a handy route around the northeastern side of Newmarket.

This should be improved, with dropped kerbs.

Access to the Rowley Mile Course, Newmarket, with barriers to stop runaway horses

Road crossing to the Rowley Mile Course, Newmarket

Mechanism for horse-riders to operate road-crossing lights on The Rows, Newmarket - for horses to move between stables and gallops.

No Motor Vehicles on The Rows, Newmarket - for horses to move between stables and gallops.

No Motor Vehicles on The Rows, Newmarket - for horses to move between stables and gallops.

Shared space for parking/cycling/footway by the High Street, Newmarket

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Coldham's Common - one of the tightest curves on the national rail network, and cycle route pass through the cattle grids and underneath.

Field-edge pathway, separated from highway by hedge. Will be very nice when done. Not yet surfaced.

Give Way. Don't ask why. Just do it!

Shared space for parking/cycling/footway by the High Street, Newmarket

No Cycling on this cut-through off Newmarket High Street

Route across The Severals, Newmarket (only after 1pm)

No public access until 1pm

Access to the gallops, Newmarket, with barriers to stop runaway horses

Horses crossing, Newmarket

This seems to be used as a shared-space path, though there are no signs.

Shared-use section of NCN route 51 by Newmarket High St (and Sheffield stands)

Cycle parking by the clock tower, Newmarket

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  • Icon 168992 Should be able to walk from this estate down river to town.
  • Icon 168987 Drop Kerb required on north side of Herbert Street to allow wheelchair users to access on and off footway to travel on eastern side of Flathouse road
  • Icon 168946 Slow traffic for cycle route crossing here
  • Icon 168945 Slow down traffic through village – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg
  • Icon 168944 Slow down traffic through village – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg
  • Icon 168943 Slow down traffic through village – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg
  • Icon 168942 20 mph is plenty
  • Icon 168941 Vehicles mounting the pavement, road too narrow at junction for motor vehicles turning. This road needs blocking off, to stop it being used as a rat run and encouraging more walking and cycling. There could be walk and cycle access only.
  • Icon 168940 It is too narrow for pedestrians. A one way traffic system so pavements can be widened is needed.
  • Icon 168933 Cycle paths needed for safety since the increase of traffic on the new Eastern bypass
  • Icon 168932 Cycle paths needed for safety since the increase of traffic on the new Eastern bypass
  • Icon 168930 Bramley Road to be blocked off at Glenfield Road and turned into a cul de sac. Add some trees too. Would reduce traffic into area (low traffic neighbourhood) and increased pleasantness. Plus prevent commuter parking, fly tipping etc.

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