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Photo listing : cycleways (good practice)

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This listing only shows photos within Colchester.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Some of the shared use pathway through High Woods Country Park has been resurfaced (see #65169 prior to resurfacing). Unclear if it's going to remain as it is or have a gravel coating applied to be in keeping with original path, or when the ... [more]

New double yellow lines and a nice big shared-use sign on this stretch of NCN Route 1, off Cowdray Avenue. (It was previously being used as a car park -- see #60192.)

2013-01-12 20.04.01-2 Location: , Colchester (England, United Kingdom) A cycle tunnel and separate pedestrian tunnel in Colchester which reduces conflict between pedestrians and cyclists. I wonder if lots of pedestrians go through the ... [more]

Bike lanes over weak bridge entering Colchester.

Prominent bicycles and little feet mark the way into Stanway Primary. On the other side of the gates is sheltered cycle parking.

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

Excellent new pathway from Southern Slopes through High Woods Country Park.

Excellent new pathway from Southern Slopes through High Woods Country Park.

This is a very good and useful pathway linking Winstree Road with NCN Route 1 via a traffic-free route.

Wide shared pathway between NCN Route 1 and Winstree Road (through Woden Avenue).

Useful cut-through between Butt Road and Garland Road (leading to Circular Road North/Abbey Field).

Cyclists have an exemption to the 'No right turn' at the Hythe Station end of Hawkins Road, part of NCN Route 51.

New cycle path from Boundary Road to Essex University.

Toucan crossing on Brinkley Lane; shared use pathway; route signs to the Business Park and Community Stadium.

Nice wide, well-lit separate tunnels for pedestrians and cyclists under Highwoods Approach. But: see #18067.

Amazingly pedestrians and cyclists have priority over motor vehicles here. Probably because the road only leads to an overflow carpark that is rarely used and therefore doesn't affect traffic flow.

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.

boarding Brightlingsea foot ferry Location: , East Mersea (England, United Kingdom)

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