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Gallery: Cycle parking in new developments - tour

Cycle parking tour in April 2008 with Local Authority members from London and elsewhere.

This gallery was created on Monday, 28th April 2008

Very poorly installed visitor cycle parking - note how close they are together. Despite this, they are used by visitors and seemingly residents also.

Very poorly installed visitor cycle parking - note how close they are together. Despite this, they are used by visitors and seemingly residents also.

Rustat Avenue development.

Cycle parking cage for improved security. Shouldn't be the only cycle parking in a development, though.

Close up of a cage-based cycle parking solution.

Cycle parking cage for improved security. Shouldn't be the only cycle parking in a development, though.

Cycle parking cage for improved security. Shouldn't be the only cycle parking in a development, though.

Plenty of space in a cage for storage of cycle trailers.

Getting a bike into a cage rack requires a bit of effort!

Getting a bike into a cage rack requires a bit of effort!

Adding a bike to cage-based cycle parking. Two levers prevent the bike falling out when lowering it down.

Instructions for the use of (cage-based) cycle parking!

Cycle parking in a car park in a new development. Very heavily used and nicely secure. Not as accessible as on-street parking would be though, but as accessible as a car.

Cycle parking in a car park in a new development. Very heavily used and nicely secure. Not as accessible as on-street parking would be though, but as accessible as a car.

Cycle parking in a car park in a new development. Very heavily used and nicely secure. Not as accessible as on-street parking would be though, but as accessible as a car.

Underground cycle parking in a locked room in a new development.

The Triangle Site, a new development in Cambridge.

Covered cycle parking at the Triangle Site.

The Triangle Site, a new development in Cambridge.

Ravensworth Gardens, a new housing near Cambridge station. This photo shows an excellent example of filtered permeability: accessibility for walkers and cyclists but not cars.

No obvious cycle parking at the Ravensworth Gardens development.

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