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

Good practice!

OSM/OCM show Judd St as closed to motor traffic at Euston Road, which is not (usually) the case - anyway it's good that they kept a cycle lane open during roadworks.

Cyclists Dismount? Why, when the traffic is semi-stationary (and you can zip past inside the cones anyway) ?

Stop Killing Cyclists' National Funeral for the Unknown Cyclist First Pedal on Parliament protest ride.

@cyclestreets @MattWinfield2 #Time2ProtestOct13th #3billion4cycling @StopKillingCycl

Really bad congestion here on the day of a tube strike. Lorry on footway pedestrians squeezing through in both directions.

Looks like someone took their city bike into the salon!

This gate is sometimes left ajar allowing a short cut.

Temporary canal route

Fisher Street and Catton Street both completely closed due to Crossrail works

Notice on abandoned bike, London Borough of Camden

Cycle security coding event.

London Cycle Hire live data shown in advertisement

Access to the towpath north of Kings Cross - it's hard to see, but there's a cyclist being filmed, maybe for a fashion shoot.

Road closed for a street party!

Splendid floating route past towpath works - and rush-hour cyclist ignoring Please Dismount signs.

101 Barclays hire bikes have been painted yellow to commemorate the Tour de France.

Notices on seemingly abandoned bikes at Kings Cross

Euston station, where I was approached by a charming member of Virgin staff offering pre-boarding for cyclists! (Unfortunately I was travelling with London Midland.)

At @OSMLondon's #osmhack weekend in AOL's offices More at... A photo of the crash scene is shown at: Collisions in this area (up to 2012): ... [more]

The perils of cycle parking in London...

Lots of bikes at Euston today - lots also coming off the trains to take part in the Ride London event.

I first heard about this on twitter:

Street Talk by Jim Davis of the Cycling Embassy of Great Britain.

Cambridge cycle campaigners debriefing at Kings X after LCC #thebigride

This looks a bit like an archaeological dig that has uncovered an early 21st century cycle way.

Re modelling Russell square - upside, less traffic using west side as a roundabout: Downside - traffic light phasing at Southampton Row is odd and positively encourages bicyclists turning into the square from N, to do it on the red phase ( ... [more]

OpenStreetMap developers hard at work at the April 2011 London Hack Weekend

OpenStreetMap hack day 2011

The buses-only (no cycling, in theory) route on the east side of Russell Square is being removed.

The buses-only (no cycling, in theory) route on the east side of Russell Square is being removed.

ASL, recumbent, cycle stand - and a Cyclists Dismount sign at roadworks to rear.

At the Cycling Cultures research meeting

A GoCycle on display at the British Library

Hack event at the Guardian offices at which CycleStreets was present

OpenStreetMap at WhereCamp

WhereCampEU, where CycleStreets also presented

Martin and Simon at the Wall - the agenda for the WhereCampEU unconference. All those attending and wanting to speak write the talk title on a post-it style note and find a space on the grid.

Riding past a temporary cycleway closure.

Cycle Path closed - rider diverts onto carriageway.

This stop sign in Regents Park has been 'modified'. The small text says 'Start walking, bicycling, using public transport'. Let's hope to see more of these!

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