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Photo listing: road environments (infrastructure)

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

NCN route 12 heading south from Letchworth

The UK's first roundabout, c1909

The shared-use route from Letchworth to Hitchin crosses the road here

The shared-use route from Hitchin to Letchworth crosses the road here

The gate to Hitchin's High St - now traffic-free 7 days a week.

Start of on-road cycle lane

Ford on Fulling Mill Lane

Cycleway next to the A505 taken from a coach returning from Heathrow to Cambridge.

Start of quiet route from Baldock towards Ashwell, Royston, Wimpole, Cambridge etc.

The main A507/B656 crossroads, Baldock

Combined Toucan and Pegasus crossing!

Royston roads

Pedestrian environment in Royston High Street

Streets in Royston that nowadays we consider 'narrow'.

Streets in Royston that nowadays we consider 'narrow'.

Royston cycleways

Pedestrianized High Street, Royston

Behind one of the main roads in Royston

Quiet route in Royston. Looks like this gate is left permanently ajar.

Quiet route in Royston

Quiet route in Royston

Banyer's Lodge, on Dog Kennel Lane, Royston

Butcher's Baulk - looks like a useful footpath, but there's no cycling.

Mill Road, Royston

Morton Street, Royston

Morton Street, Royston

Morton Street, Royston

Green Street, Royston

Cyclable route through a decrepit industrial area in Royston.

The cycle route continues down the second right, not the first one here.

Gower Road, Royston

Leete Place, Royston

Major Haddock Close - an unexpectedly delightful street rname in Royston

Gower Road, Royston

Shared use pavement and very narrow on-road cycleway.

Car-dominated new development near enough to Letchworth station

End of obvious cycle route out of Hitchin on service roads parallel to the main road to Letchworth

The High Street has plenty of width to introduce cycle lanes. Here two cars pass, leaving 2m space to the left hand kerb, despite a Contractor's lorry being parked on the far side. The apparent reduction in traffic lane width would help … [more]

5 lanes merge back into 2. If you only need 2 lanes here, then you only need 2 lanes where there are 5. There are much better uses for that road space.

HCC believe that this footway is suitable as a shared use cycle path ! The recommended width for an unsegregated shared use path is 3m to which you have to add 1.5m kerb clearance (0.5m min) plus 0.5m clearance to light columns, the hedge … [more]

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