Reusing cycling infrastructure for non-cyclists in Cambridge

This is the view from my window a few times a day:

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Someone in a wheelchair, or riding a different mobility aid, rolling down the middle of the road because the pavements are too narrow. Cambridge is old, and cycling infrastructure does not just help cyclists, it helps people who are mobility impaired going to other places. Good infrastructure helps everyone.

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posted: 28 Oct 2014

What does Cambridge want to be for?

As the consultation process begings for a unitary authority for Cambridge, Puffles has asked a series of questions. Cambridge is a slightly odd place for a bunch of idiosyncratic but long term reasons.

That has led to a set of effects of “Cambridge”, that aren’t just “we cycle, a lot”. When you look at Richard’s photo, what do you see?

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posted: 20 Oct 2014