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Crossing to cycleway, Rødekro

Cut-through on EuroVelo3, Rødekro

Cycle lane on roundabout exit, Rødekro

Danish-style roundabout, Rødekro

Modal filter on the edge of Rødekro

Entering Rødekro (and modal filter to the right)

EuroVelo3 approaching a roundabout on the edge of Hjordkaer

EuroVelo3 on the edge of Hjordkaer

Route signs on EuroVelo3 on the edge of Hjordkaer

EuroVelo3 approaching a roundabout on the edge of Hjordkaer

End of a long unsurfaced section of EuroVelo3 following the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland

Information at picnic shelter on Eurovelo3

Picnic shelter on EuroVelo3 - the overnight shelters are similar but slightly more enclosed.

Route signs on EuroVelo3 following the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland

Sign at the site of Southern Jutland’s parliament until 1523.

EuroVelo3 following the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland

EuroVelo3 following the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland

EuroVelo3 following the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland

EuroVelo3 following the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland

EuroVelo3 following the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland

New yellow lines have resulted in an immediate improvement to reduce the pavement parking problem previously here, following campaigning by Camcycle.

Cycle space on the Cambridge to Newmarket route

Tesco lorry routinely parks here on the pavement, over a zig-zag line, over yellow lines and a cycle lane. Yet there is a car park at the back.

Art project supporting a new development, using a bicycle

1980s LTN facilitated by this simple gate. This is widely supported and there is no movement to remove these. Would be good to replace this with a more accessible bollard.

The historic Povlis bridge on the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland.

Map of historic bridges on the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland.

The historic Povlis bridge on the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland.

At the historic Povlis bridge on the Haervej, the old drove road through Jutland.

EuroVelo3 following the Haervej, the old drove road north through Jutland

This section of EuroVelo3 is rather churned up by heavy traffic.

This section of EuroVelo3 is rather churned up by heavy traffic.

Turn right for the paved section of EuroVelo3 into Kliplev

End of asphalt on EuroVelo3 leaving Kliplev

Right turn on unsurfaced stretch of EuroVelo3

EuroVelo3 leaving Kliplev (to the right)

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Left turn on EuroVelo3 onto an unsurfaced cut-through

Right turn on EuroVelo3 from an unsurfaced cut-through

Route signs on EuroVelo3 in Kliplev

Route signs on EuroVelo3 in Kliplev

EuroVelo3 leaving Kliplev

EuroVelo3 leaving Kliplev

Right and left turns on EuroVelo3 in Kliplev

Modal filter on cut-through around Kliplev church

Modal filter on cut-through in Kliplev

Route signs and more traffic calming under construction in Kliplev

Route signs in Kliplev

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  • Icon 156106 This is a wide well used road on the Sustrans national cycle network but blighted by parked cars and speeding traffic squeezing past. Cars park on the pavement. It's a cut-through yet a residential street. Speed bumps and banning pavement parking would be a start. it is wide enough for cycle lanes on both sides.
  • Icon 156105 Make this crossing shared cycle/pedestrian, and/or provide secure cycle parking close by to allow easier shopping by bike in town centre
  • Icon 156104 Cycling should be permitted here, with pedestrian priority, to allow for safe access to Leatherhead town centre
  • Icon 156097 Broad Street in Stamford is crying out to be pedestrianised. It's a beautiful wide public space blighted by car parking and idling taxis. The access is via narrow single lane roads which cause back up congestion. It would make a wonderful pedestrianised space in the town for attracting visitors.
  • Icon 156085 Increased traffic
  • Icon 156084 Bins permanently stored on the pavement. This blocks the pavement and forces people with buggies, people walking with children and wheelchair users into the road.
  • Icon 156083 From the village of Arnesby to the gated road a part of a popular walk there is a stretch of half a mile on the road.
  • Icon 156080 Increase in traffic makes walking hazardous
  • Icon 156079 We use the gated road for frequent family walks with our dogs and don’t feel safe enough to walk from Arnesby as there isn’t a path so we drive to the top of the gated road, it would be great to see a pavement put in from the village down to the gated road to keep us all safe 👍
  • Icon 156078 We need to walk in the road to get to the school which is ridiculous even when not considering the speed people travel on this road. The road has no curb either which is illogical. Who would plan a road like this!?
  • Icon 156074 Increased traffic
  • Icon 156072 No footpath to get from the village to the gates road. My children and villagers have to walk in the road where cars, some doing 50-70mph, don’t slow down. I drive into the village due to the lack of a footpath as I will not have my children walk in the road.

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