Jane Coston cycle bridge :: Shared Description

The Jane Coston bridge was built to give cyclists and pedestrians a safer route between Milton and Cambridge than the busy roundabout interchange with A14. It opened on 18 May 2004, allowing cyclists and pedestrians to cross from Cowley Road to Milton. The 77m main span carries NCN 11 over the dual-carriageway A14.

It is named after local county councillor Jane Coston, who campaigned for many years for the bridge to be built.

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by Toby Speight
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17 images use this description:

TL4762 : Jane Coston Bridge by N Chadwick
TL4761 : Cycleway Bridge, A14 by N Chadwick
TL4761 : Southern approach to the Milton cycle bridge by Colin Bell
TL4761 : Jane Coston Cycle Bridge by Kim Fyson
TL4762 : Jane Coston Bridge, A14 by N Chadwick
TL4761 : Jane Coston Bridge by N Chadwick
TL4761 : The Jane Coston Cycle Bridge by Bob Jones
TL4762 : The Jane Coston Cycle Bridge by Bob Jones
TL4762 : A14 Cycle Bridge under construction by Keith Edkins
TL4762 : National Cycleroute 11 Bridge over the A14 by N Chadwick
TL4762 : Sunlit cycle bridge by John Sutton
TL4762 : Jane Coston Bridge by N Chadwick
TL4762 : Milton on a winter afternoon by John Sutton
TL4762 : Jane Coston Bridge by N Chadwick
TL4761 : Cycleway Bridge, A14 by N Chadwick
TL4762 : A14 Cambridge Northern Bypass near Milton by Toby Speight
TL4761 : National Network Cycleway 11 by N Chadwick


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Created: Fri, 20 May 2011, Updated: Wed, 8 Jun 2011

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