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UPDATE JAN 2021 The vegetation has been cut back (not sure if it's for road works) . All that's needed now is for the grass and soil that's accumulated over the years to reveal the original well surfaced path wide enough for shared use. UPDATE JUNE 2020 I this the most dangerous path in Trafford ? In GM ? The narrow path is right next to the kerb. My Granddaughter fell into the road here It's 40 mph with large HGVs !!!!! recently the road has been resurfaced but NOT the path !! Veg has been cut back so signs are visible but NOT for walkers or cyclists !!! It was cut back a few years back when it encroached into road . It wasn't cut back enough and the branches were cut leaving thick very sharp branches . Useful stakes to assassinate the Count Dracula from Transylvania . UPDATE 8 AUG 2017 See #92068 The right turning lane from Carrington lane to Carrington Lane does not detect cyclists and hence the lights stay on red until a following vehicle arrives. Traffic lights are not designed for cyclists (and motorists abuse them) UPDATE 7 YET ANOTHER REF - CORPRATE NUMBER THIS TIME 3663551 UPDATE6 YET ANOTHER REFERENCE NUMBER: Thank you for your message dated 4.10.2015
Your enquiry has been passed to the Highway Maintenance Service Area for action.
If you have any further queries about this matter please contact Access Trafford on 0161 912 2000 or quoting reference CRM 3652069.

Regards UPDATE5 NOW REPORTED ON fIXMYSTREETS AS WELL UPDATE4 14/9/2015 HEDGE STARTING TO CREEP INTO ROAD -Pedestraina are still using this route #dangerous UPDATE3 6/10/2014 VEG CREEP IS FORCING PEDESTRIANS TO USE THE 40MPH ROAD HERE! Access Trafford reference number is 3359735 Notice that on the twitter picture the veg is cut back just enough to clear the cars !!!!! Problem path on Carrington Lane UPDATE1 24/4/12 Reported to Access Trafford reference number is 2397331.
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UPDATE2 11/7/12 Spoke to couple of walkers who were disgusted by this they live in Sale and said they would be contacting their councillor.

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