The key to this map says blue dashed lines are "Signed primary network separate from traffic". So why are developers putting up no entry signs as per https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/87701/?
Rental bikes, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Two consecutive blocks in central Siem Reap end at footbridges across the river, with no arrangements for access for pedestrians or cyclists.
No cycles or other vehicles beyond this point, on the east side of Angkor Wat
Cycle lane passing around a tree, near Angkor Wat
Cycling through the South Gate, Angkor Thom, Cambodia
Cycling through Angkor Thom, Cambodia
Rented tourist bikes at Pre Rup temple, Angkor, Cambodia
Commuter cyclist, Vientiane, Laos
There may be a cycle lane, either to the left or the right of the solid white line... in Vientiane, Laos
Falco manufactured and installed a complete facility for cyclists at Hull cycle hub including:
•160 Cycle Parking spaces
•Six electric cycle charging points.
•A fully fitted out cycle repair shop.
•A FalcoFix cycle repair and
The UK's largest and most prestigious cycle hub incorporating 3,000 cycle parking spaces over three floors at Cambridge Station.
The Royal College of Physicians has placed this gate blocking access even though both sides are publicly accesible
Q19 Kingston cycleway becomes shared use at bus stop
Q19 Kingston segregated cycleway
Q19 Kingston segregated cycleway
Combined cycle and zebra crossing on Portsmouth Road.
A combined zebra and cycle crossing in Kingston.
Racks near Kingston shopping area
Access route from Moss Bank to Cambridge North Station under construction in February 2017.
Construction of pedestrian and cycle access from Moss Bank to Cambridge North Station, in February 2017.
Another example of how this junction design needs to be revisited. And why the whole of this place stinks of car fumes. The pollution here is so bad it utterly stinks!
Pedestrian crossings prohibited!
These "No Entry" signs appeared whilst Wilton Terrace was being demolished and there was restricted access at the other end. However, that's long over and there's plenty of space now.
So are these signs still up to dissuade people cycli
Hayling Island to Eastney Ferry
Regular passenger (and cycle) service across Langstone Harbour between Hayling Island and Portsmouth.
Asphalted path parallel to the railway - a little work at the far end would open this up to cycling.
A view of congestion from the multi-storey car park above Sainsbury's in Surbiton.
Cycleable routes around Aberdeen Square
Pedestrians must turn left along the road with no footway, and are banned from going straight on where there is a footway!
No dropped kerb specifically for accessing the new Springburn cycle route from Adamswell St, but the entrance on the left has a convenient enough one to use instead.
The dropped kerb for getting onto the Springburn cycle route from Mollinsburn St is on the right, but one on the left may be more convenient.
Conversion to toucan crossing underway at Petershill Road.
The application for Sustrans Community Links funding mentioned the Springburn Expressway having "a very wide (up to 6 metres) footpath". However, in places it is quite narrow, and at this bus shelter in particular there is plenty of room to
No improvement to the narrow traffic island at the St Rollox Brae junction.
Motor traffic queuing across a toucan crossing at junction on the Springburn Expressway