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A short section of cycle lane isn't enough for a parent to allow her kids to cycle on the road, after cycling along the riverside path.

Cycle lanes, a weight restriction and a box junction on the bridge over the River Colne.

A nice new replacement bridge over the River Colne, but the signs obscure visibility of each other. Also on a round pole, rather than the square poles used elsewhere locally.

A nice replacement bridge over the River Colne, but a pity about the tactiles being the wrong type. The sign reads "Please give way to pedestrians on bridge".

Quiet on a Sunday morning, but plenty of room for motoring under the Turner Road railway bridge in Colchester. The lane the cyclist is in is a bus lane.

A 'Cyclists Rejoin Carriageway' sign in order to cross a road to get to the next piece of shared-use footway.

Barriers for the sake of it, and it looks like people cut around the side.

Bridge and signage on the new shared use path between Westway and Essex Hall Road, and eventually North Station.

The new 'Topsail Footbridge' from Hawkins Wharf.

The new 'Topsail Footbridge' between Hythe Quay and Hawkins Wharf is now open. It is a shared-use brdige, however the ugly and tight chicane inhibits cyclists access to it. No drop kerb has been added to the pavement, again making it diffic ... [more]

New wide foot/cycle bridge between the Hawkins Wharf development and Hythe Quay.

This bridge over the Sunshine Coast railway line is part of the shared path between the Wivenhoe Trail/University Quays and Boundary Road/Essex University.

This bridge bucks the trend in Colchester by allowing cyclists to pass over it mounted, with simple signs asking cyclists to give way to pedestrians, rather than the dreaded, but typical, Cyclists Dismount sign.

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