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Cambridgeshire campaigners take aim at A10

20 May 2014 Cambridge Royston
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An active campaign is lobbying for better cycling provision on the busy A10 from Royston to Cambridge. The road has a shared-use cycleway in places, but local campaigners say it is badly maintained. The Royston bypass junction is a notorious trouble spot for cyclists seeking to cross the road, too. Matthew Scales, from the A10 Corridor Cycle Campaign, told the Royston Crow about their experience on a campaign ride: “As the cyclists reached the A505, Sunday morning traffic proved more than enough to cause difficulties in getting safely across, highlighting the dangers of the A10/A505 junction - something that a much discussed bridge would clearly solve.”

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