Cambridge Science Park was started in the 1970s and has not updated its infrastructure in line with modern standards to encourage and make safe walking and cycling.
- Lack of pavements, for example on the main access to the Trinity Centre
- Lack of dropped and flush kerbs for people using wheelchairs, prams, cycles or wheeled luggage
- Large flared junctions which encourage vehicle speed and increase crossing distance
- No dedicated cycle infrastructure
- Narrow and winding paths
- Gravel surface on off-road routes, increasing the risk of skidding and falls
- Walking and cycling journeys regularly interrupted for access to car parks
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