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Four bikes tagged on the racks outside our home. These tags are added to the bikes after they have been reported as abandoned via the city council's website: At this time of … [more]

Parking like this blocks access to our front door.

Need for cycle parking for cargobikes on Thoday Street.

Racks overflowing in Thoday Street. 🤗

The road markings at this end of Thoday Street have been re-done. It looks like a better job than previously done in 2018: see #98813.

The cold spell of 2022, temperature around-5°C.

Missing bollards This photo was used to file a report with highways reporitng on 12 Sept 2022, they replied 14th March 2023 saying it will be fixed within three years. Reference: 00401680 Date reported: 12/09/2022 Fault type: Damaged … [more]

Missing rack at these stands in Thoday Street. This photo was used to file a report with highways reporitng on 12 Sept 2022, they replied 14th March 2023 saying it will be fixed within three years. Reference: 00401678 Date reported: … [more]

Abandoned bike Reported at: Tyres flat and covered in cobwebs, but otherwise looks all there.

Abandoned bikes clog up the racks and get moved into awkward looking arrangements by others tyring to park their bikes.

Problems caused by abandoned bikes on racks where there is a high demand. The stickered bike and the blue bike have been unused for several weeks and have very low pressure in their tyres. The blue one was reported a month ago but the tag … [more]

Another bike abandoned on the racks outside our house. I have turned it upside down and reported it at: The reference is WF-NVMQVBKP

Bike reported as abandoned: WF-JPCDGSXV Black Ridgeback Velocity with orange bag on seat and Kryptonite lock.

Bike reported as abandoned, ref: WF-WGWTHJDL

Hopefully this annoying abandoned bike will be gone soon now that it has been tagged. It has been on these racks for several years and despite several reportings in that time has remained for one reason or another. Update 14 Jan: Hurray it … [more]

Bins occuping the footway at night.

Racks overflowing with bikes, early September 2021

A large van does just fit into the marked bay, but this happens rarely.

Parking without blocking access to front doors.

Parking without blocking access to front doors.

Parking without blocking access to front doors.

Bike racks in Thoday Street.

Obstructive parking right outside our front door.

Car storage over hanging the cycle parking, since the bollard that stopped this got broken.

Car parking blocking access to front door.

Bernie watching the Thoday Street cycle parking. (Image from Google Maps - used under fair use parody copyright provisions.)

An upside-down sign which says No Dogs. It previously was an unofficial-looking 20mph sign, see #107294. It has been like this for several months. I think that the glue that was holding the 20mph over-sign in place has given up revealing … [more]

Useful cut through temporarily closed, with explanatory note emphasising that it will re-open as soon as possible.

Mock-up of a idea to improve access to the footway cycle parking. Motor vehicles often park right up or overhang the buildout and this creates problems of access to our front door as these other photos show: #6501 and #106944. The ramp … [more]

Need for cycle Parking in Thoday Street.

Thoday Street 'Try praying' suggests St. Philip's Church.

Bins and bikes dumping ground :-/ Video in this tweet:

Messy bike parking - the white bike looks like it has been used once and has been abandoned on these racks for about three weeks. For more info see: Page 22

When I think that a bike left for weeks at these racks has been abandoned then I turn it upside down. This was a Raleigh Chiltern, worth around £70:

Cargo bike in Thoday Street.

These racks are very heavily used and in their desperate need to park securely the bikes are being moved so that more bikes can be attached. The result looks very untidy and is not a great advertisement for more racks, which is what is … [more]

Vital footway space taken by bikes and cars.

Bikes dumped outside a neighbours house after the council ignored my abandoned bike reports for months. Note also in the background: motor vehicles parked across the footway and bins causing obstruction.

An unofficial looking sign has recently appeared that reads 20mph please slow down. Possibly related to #104097?

Vehicle parked overhanging the cycle parking buildout (which has lost its protective bollard) - making it harder for us to wheel our bikes in and out of the house.

Locks tagged by the council for removal. A week later they were gone.

Unofficial 20 mph signs have been screwed to a telegraph pole and a tree on Thoday Street outside the pub. Is it related to #107294 I wonder?

Two apparently dumped bikes that have been there for a few days. Certainly not in safe rideable condition and which have been reported to the city council abandoned bike service.

Thoday Street racks. City rangers have helpfully cleared away an abandoned bike that was looking a mess. I've now asked them to remove the two old locks that are attached to the rack.

Ofo bike in Thoday Street

The great snow of 2017.

Proof of need for cycle parking in this part of Thoday Street. See #95140. Added as an opportunity on Consult Cambs: … [more]

Two bikes are parked here, one against the lamppost and the other against the decapitated sewer vent and there's a double yellow line in between. What an excellent place for some cycle parking stands! See #95248.

The ride to Cambridge Cycling Campaign's 20th birthday picnic passing the new racks on Thoday St - there was a bakfiets at each which it would probably have been a real struggle to get in and out of a rear garden before.

A sudden intense and brief hailstorm.

Cycle parking finished off at last and already being used.

Photo taken by Cambridgeshire Highways' contractor - we're waiting for the tarmac to cool off. 20mph campaigners happen to be in town at the moment when these racks were finished. Richard Taylor reported: Councillors at Cambridge’s East … [more]

Oh the anticipation! Loads of bikes parked overnight in the street and new racks are not yet available for public use.

It is not uncommon in this area to see people walking down the middle of the street. Cars are stored on the pavements for the full length of the street on both sides, so what are folk to do? … [more]

New cycle parking and Car Cub spaces (see #28597)

The driver of this car had deliberately parked this far over because her wing mirror had been broken off.

Nowhere for bikes to park in Romsey!

100 Thoday Street - Location of Cycle Parking Subgroup Meetings Those meetings eventually lead to progress, see #64755.

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