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Huntingdon Road in Cambridge, the first use of the ‘Cambridge kerb’ that has been mentioned elsewhere on this thread. It’s a bit difficult to tell from this photo, but the forgiving kerb is between the road and the cycleway, and there is an upright kerb between the cycleway and the footway. This is a bit of an odd arrangement, as it means cars can very easily drive on to the cycleway. It also means people have to cycle on the road to overtake/avoid obstacles, and that some perceived width is lost due to the upstand kerb.