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Photo listing (good practice)

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

Pedestrian Priority in Chapelfield Gardens, Norwich

Advanced green phase for cyclists (as pioneered in Cambridge) on the route from the University of East Anglia to the centre of Norwich.

Advanced green phase for cyclists (as pioneered in Cambridge) on the route from the centre of Norwich to the University of East Anglia.

Traffic-free road, Norwich

Floating bus stop on the Dutch-style cycleway by the A11 in Norwich

Stepped cycle track with island protection on the corner

Stepped cycle track with island for protection on the corner

Dedicated cycle waiting area and signals phase. First time in Norwich and with low level signals.

Newly built access to cycle parking at Aviva featuring steps and wheel ramps.

Sustrans milepost

New foot and cycling bridge in Norwich

Free to use pump outside Cycle Republic at Castle Mall.

Foot and cycle crossing

The Pink Pedalway between the Yare and the University

Segregated cycle and foot signalised crossing. The cycle side has detector loops

Bollards protect people emerging from the path on the left. Great to see the bollards have reflectors and are marked by while lines.

The Pink Pedalway crosses the road here on a raised table. Additionally there is a protected merge lane to the main carriageway.

The Yellow Pedalway, aka Lakenham Way, is a well used shared use route of about 2.5m width. The proposal is to change this to a 2m footway and 3m segregated cycle track with improved landscaping.

Some light segregation for cycles, who are the only ones that can go straight ahead here. This layout is probably temporary as it is proposed to close Westlegate (behind the camera) to motor traffic while retaining two way cycling.

A cycle crossing adjacent to a zebra crossing (out of the picture to the right, see #64823

Cycle crossing next to a zebra crossing.

Exit from cycle-only Little Bethel Street to Chapelfield North. The footway is continuous and the layout makes it clear that cyclists are crossing the footway.

Formerly for all vehicles Little Bethel Street is now cycles and pedestrians only.

Short one-way stretch and cycle bypass on the roundabout route from Norwich station to the centre via the spiffy new cycle bridge.

NCN route 1 takes a roundabout route from Norwich station to the centre via the spiffy new cycle bridge. Sensible arrangement with cyclists in the centre and pedestrians on either side.

Sheffield stands with plastic support but not roof at the Forum in Norwich.

NHS ambulance bicycle inside the Forum in Norwich.

Cycle stands in the St Andrews car park, Norwich - there's also a cage near the security post

NCN route 1 crossing a traffic-free bridge - and cycle parking outside Norwich University College of the Arts.

Marked wheelchair route through the cycle parking at UEA with LED marker lights.

Cycles Left by this Ashtray Will Be Removed - UEA has an walkway above the road/cycling level.

Three phases of cycle parking provision (on a Sunday morning) - the University of East Anglia seems to be responding seriously to growing cycling levels.

NCN route 1 through a road closure in Norwich

Sign to cycle parking in the St Andrews car park, Norwich

You can cycle through the peaceful Cathedral grounds

Don't tell DfT. The use of the "except" cycles plate with a "no entry" sign is clear, unambiguous, widely used in Europe, but not allowed by DfT.

Much of the centre of Norwich is pedestrianised, with cycle access maintained.

Good clear, deep ASLs on the approach to the Chapelfield Road signalised roundabout ( #18775 ) The central approach cycle lane helps people position correctly.

The central cycle lane helps people to turn right of Unthank Road into Essex St and The Avenues. This is an important link from UEA and the western suburbs to the city centre. Also serving the nearby school.

Right turn cycle lane into Essex Street.

20 mph zone in Unthank Road

Neat merge from off-road cycle path to lead in lane to the advansed stop line (ASL). The Avenues is traffic calmed and perfectly suitable for on road cycling for asll abilities. It forms an important link between the city centre and UEA, ... [more]

The Avenues is traffic calmed and perfectly suitable for on road cycling for all abilities. It forms an important link between the city centre and UEA, the hospital, and the western residential areas. There is a parallel segregated cycle ... [more]

The Avenues is traffic calmed and perfectly suitable for on road cycling for all abilities. It forms an important link between the city centre and UEA, the hospital, and the western residential areas. There is a parallel segregated cycle ... [more]

A nice little traffic free path heading out of UEA campus towards the city centre. This is how bollards should be positioned - one central bollard that divides the flow rather than forcing people into conflict, the other two clear of the ... [more]

A nice little traffic free link heading out of UEA towards the city centre.

Cycle lanes on University Drive

Nice cycle parking shelter at UEA. The racks are too tall though - the top bar should be level with the bicycle's top tube (750 mm above ground).

Lots of cycle parking at UEA

Cycle / service road bridge linking UEA to the hospital campus

Cycle / service road bridge linking UEA to the hospital campus. This is the ONLY crossing point for cyclists over the River Yare between the A11 and the B1108 Earlham Rd, neither of which are cycle friendly.

Cycle Parking outside the Salsisbury Gallery UEA

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