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Gallery: Chesterton Road Zebra Crossing

Taken in response to plans for changes here.

This gallery was created on Wednesday, 13th June 2007

Chesterton Road Zebra

Chesterton Road Zebra Crossing from Carlyle Road

Chesterton Road Zebra Crossing

Scooting across the zebra on Chesterton Road

Cycle lane on approach to zebra crossing. Many cyclists ride in the gap between cycle lane and kerb to increase traffic seperation, suggesting that they feel the lane is too narrow.

Cycle lane on approach to zebra crossing. Many cyclists ride in the gap between cycle lane and kerb to increase traffic seperation, suggesting that they feel the lane is too narrow.

Cycle lane on approach to zebra crossing. Many cyclists ride in the gap between cycle lane and kerb to increase traffic seperation, suggesting that they feel the lane is too narrow.

Cyclists approaching the zebra crossing from Carlyle Rd ALL join the north side pavement at the dropped kerb on the corner. Visibility here is poor.

Cyclists approaching the zebra crossing from Carlyle Rd ALL join the north side pavement at the dropped kerb on the corner. Visibility here is poor.

Cyclists approaching the zebra crossing from Carlyle Rd ALL join the north side pavement at the dropped kerb on the corner. Visibility here is poor.

Chesterton Rd. Taxis, buses and private cars all obstruct the cycle lane on the zebra crossing approach.

Chesterton Rd zebra. Cyclist using the zebra to join Chesterton Road from Carlyle Road.

Chesterton Rd zebra. 60% of crossing users are cyclists. Most ride across, some walk, some "scoot". Mixing with pedestrians does not appear to create any conflict.

Chesterton Rd zebra. 60% of crossing users are cyclists. Most ride across, some walk, some "scoot". Mixing with pedestrians does not appear to create any conflict.

Chesterton Rd zebra. 60% of crossing users are cyclists. Most ride across, some walk, some "scoot". Mixing with pedestrians does not appear to create any conflict.

Jesus Lock Bridge. At only 1.65m wide this bridge is too narrow for a mixed use bridge. It is none the less a very useful crossing point for cyclists. Cyclists are required to dismount but most use their discetion - dismounting if the br ... [more]

Jesus Lock Bridge. At only 1.65m wide this bridge is too narrow for a mixed use bridge. It is none the less a very useful crossing point for cyclists. Cyclists are required to dismount but most use their discetion - dismounting if the br ... [more]

Jesus Lock Bridge. At only 1.65m wide this bridge is too narrow for a mixed use bridge. It is none the less a very useful crossing point for cyclists. Cyclists are required to dismount but most use their discetion - dismounting if the br ... [more]

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