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No through rd

No through rd

No through rd

No through road - resident-only access and parking please

Add a pavement - make Bramley Rd a cul-de-sac not a through road

Turn this into a low traffic neighbourhood, no through road - resident parking only and no more HMOs - Provide an extension to article 4 directive to cover these streets - Wentworth Rd, St Pauls, Bramley, St Dunstan, Franche Rd

There are always cars parked on the pavement here making it too narrow for wheelchairs and prams. This road should have double yellow lines as it's not wide enough to safely accommodate the traffic, pedestrians and parked cars (unless made ... [more]

Very narrow single track path adjacent to busy narrow street with many blind bends. Widen road and improve signage...

Barrier on cycle way forces cyclists to dismount. Should be more cycle friendly

Path to be widened to allow ease of pushchair/wheelchair users & social distancing

Path to be widened

This is a dead end road right next to a primary school which despite the school's best efforts is still too busy with cars especially during drop off and collection time from schools. Barriers to stop traffic coming down this section would ... [more]

Path would link Cranbrook to Broadclyst via a cycle/foot path

Farrier Way and The Parkway are used as a rat run. Bourne residents use Holland Park as a cut through.

Cycle path needed from Ryhall Road along the entire length of Drift Road to the end, serving leisure centre and college.

Cycleway needed from the Retail Park to Stamford town, including Stamford Hospital, to roundabout, then left to Morrisons supermarket.

Cycle path from Borderville football ground to join Rutland County Council's excellent cycle path to Ryhall, a matter of 50 yards of asphalt!

A6006 is a dangerous road for cyclists.The road is wide enough for a shared pedestrian and cycle path to allow segregation. This could be safe route to cycle from Asfordby to Melton Town centre.

Sherrard Street is wide enough for a shared cycle and pedestrain path to the town centre from Thorpe End. This could be linked to other cycle paths to allow a safe route across the town to safer rural roads.

This road is wide enough for a shared cycle and pedestrian path from Asfordby Hill to Norman Way. This can be linked to other cycle paths to provide a safe route across Melton Mowbray to safer rural roads. The old railway embankment could b ... [more]

Ankle Hill is wide enough for a shared pedestrain and cycle path. This can be linked to other cycle paths to provide a safe route across Melton Mowbray to safer rural roads.

There is no safe cycle route on Burton Road and over the bridge at Burton road. Burton Street is wide enough for a shared pedestrian and cycle path. The approach to the bridge could be widened to allow a shared pedestrian and cycle route ov ... [more]

This is the site of the cycle park for Melton Mowbray town centre. There is not a safe route to this cycle park due to its location on a one way Street. The site is poorly maintained and not secure, the cctv is inoperative and the seating p ... [more]

This is a wide one way street which could be used as a cycle path to the town centre. This can be linked to other cycle paths to provide a safe route across Melton Mowbray to safer rural roads.

There is no clear safe cycle path across Melton Mowbray town centre. This street is closed to cyclists. This is a wide pedestrian area that could be a shared path for pedestrians and cyclists. This can be linked to other cycle paths to prov ... [more]

This park is closed to cyclists. There is a wide path that could be a shared path for pedestrians and cyclists. This can be linked to other cycle paths to provide a safe route across Melton Mowbray to safer rural roads.

Rat run, excessive speeding in 20 mph limit.

Excessive speeds in 20 mph limit, close to St Luke's School, blind corner and on bus route

Used as a rat run. Excessive speeding. Children crossing Down Terrace to get to St Luke's School.

There is no pavement (though there is a grass verge). Traffic moves quickly and this route is needed to go to Brown's Wood and Milton Ernest (from Oakley)

Changing this 'advisory' cycle lane (dashed white line) to a 'mandatory' cycle lane (solid white line) would prevent vehicles from parking and forcing a cyclist into the road - if width of road legally allows.

Low Traffic Neighbourhood to increase pleasantness of the area and park, preventing rat run and commuter parking and fly tipping

Carriageway signage indicates Grimsby Road is the preferred route to town centre. However this route can be intimidating for a cyclist especially with the new pedestrian islands installed which seem to encourage motor vehicles to try to squ ... [more]

B1200 might be wide enough to introduce a shared use footway/cycle route towards Louth (at least up to the marked town centre route at the junction with Stewton Lane).

Signage indicated cycle route to town centre along Stewton Lane but the cyclist encounters 'End of Cycle Route' notices by the leisure centre with no further indication of where the town centre is!

Much better cycling route since new road surface - lots more dog walkers now (24/11//20)

Nice quiet route from Liverton to Newton Abbot

Sheaf Street should be filtered outside the Wheat Sheaf hotel to reduce through traffic in a residential area, encourage more walking and cycling by making it more attractive, and create attractive space for outside seating for the hotel.

Sun Street should be filtered at its junction with Broad Street to reduce turning movements to make it safer and more attractive to walk and cycle along and reduce congestion.

This would reduce through traffic through a residential area, and encourage more walking and cycling by making it safer and more attractive.

This would reduce through traffic and encourage more walking and cycling for short trips in the area by making it safer and more attractive

Protected cycle path required up Shelton New Road towards Hanley.

Cycle paths need to be created at this pinch point over the canal. There is space for a parallel footbridge.

Work with Network Rail and Canal and Rivers Trust to create a step free connection to the canal towpath accessible to all to replace the old footbridge.

Creating an access between Lyme Valley and Newcastle Lane with a crossing of the A34 would be hugely valuable as there are very limited east-west routes across the Lyme Valley.

Vegetation has been allowed to encroach onto Highways CC land. A path which was wide enough for three people is now only wide enough for one and getting worse. Maintenance workers are treating the encroaching vegetation as a boundary. This ... [more]

A right turn facility is required for cycling from the A34 into Newcastle Lane.

An informal pedestrian crossing and refuge should be added across the end of Penkhull New Road.

A right turn facility for cycling from City Road into Oldmill Street should be added in the central reservation.

Narrow pinch point of pavement up against retaining wall just before the railway overbridge could be widened by moving traffic lane over into the centre hatching.

Years I ago I campaigned for a path to the village when my children were small, now I have grandchildren the farmers have gradually ploughed in the path in places as part of their field. This time of the year is a no go zone to walk as tota ... [more]

In winter, the eastern end of Cherry Tree Lane is impassable to walkers, wheelchairs, bicycles as the surface is very badly rutted. The lane is (unintentionally) being used regularly as a route by delivery drivers getting lost using sat nav ... [more]

Provision for safe cycling required along Chartridge Lane.

Provision for cyclists required along St Mary's Way.

Cycle path needed to Dean Prior

Cycle path needed

20 mph - www.20splenty.org

20 mph - www.20splenty.org

Weight restriction needed along old Totnes Road

20 mph - www.20splenty.org

Currently no footpath along Market Way and the road is used to access large housing estates with a constant flow of traffic including cars goods vehicles buses and large lorries

A pedestrian phase is required on the Station Road arm of the junction

Pavements could be wider by taking the short additional lane away (where drivers often get confused about which they should be in)

Closing Glebe Street at least in direction towards the university would make this key link between Stoke town centre and the university area more attractive. And make the junction with Station Road and Leek Road less complex

Pavement needs to be wider in front of Town Hall, this very busy route is quite a pinch point

A path is needed between the hospital entrance and Fosbrooke Close rather than just a slippy muddy track up the grass bank

Pavement needs widening, dropped kerb crossings over side entries. Crossing would help on this street of Campbell Road too

Cycle route needed across bridge over A500 from Boothen to Trentham Lakes

Pavement needed as becoming more and more dangerous

Add speed bumps. People swing round here fast and there’s nowhere for pedestrians to stand, especially as cars park all along the pavement

Drop kerb for buggies

Improve dropped kerb for buggies while work is going on in the area

Improve dropped kerb for buggies

Drop kerb for buggies... the kerb is quite uneven here. Tidy it up while work is going on in the area

Drop kerb here for buggies

It is often not safe to walk, or in my case mobility scooter, down Market Way. I know we have the grass path, but that is often soaking wet, rutted by heavy traffic, including the tractor used to keep it neat. People wearing high heels find ... [more]

Currently no footpath along Market Way and the road is used to access large housing estates with a constant flow of traffic including cars goods vehicles buses and large lorries

Requires a Path. Dangerous when walking into Pinchbeck

Years I ago I campaigned for a path to the village when my children were small, now I have grandchildren the farmers have gradually ploughed in the path in places as part of their field. This time of the year is a no go zone to walk as tota ... [more]

It’s really unsafe cars go so fast and I use this road to walk to Morrison’s with the kids, often have to take the car as just too dark and unsafe at 4pm

The roads are narrow and cycling is dangerous along the roads. The roads also have lots of pot holes which makes cycling them dangerous.

Alongside the current path from the recreation area to Poole could a separate cycle lane be put in please . Often pedestrians and cyclists currently clash by sharing the path and not having adequate space or a division for each .

This junction is very dangerous for cyclists due to damage to the road surface caused when Cow Drove was resurfaced earlier this year

A cycleway from here to the River Witham to encourage people to exercise by cycling

Traffic too fast in narrow area with poor viability both directions. Speed bumps or filter system needed

Milfield Road. Promote better walking and cycling with a Quiet Lane designation (already promoted in Deeping Neighbourhood Plan)

Increased visibility signage needed for the start of Elm Park & Rainham cycle route. (Back to town Centre and Mercury Gdns)

Pedestrian Crossing point here is terrifying. Reduction of speed to 50mph would help. (This has happened East from Basildon)

Alternative route for NCR136 from Station Lane to Howard Rd. Using this Footpath N to Deyncourt Gdns.

Link from A127 to Wiltshire Ave could be added with appropriate signage.

Although some maps show a cycleway, SIGNAGE REQD and TfL seem doubtful as to cycleway status between Gallows & M25.

Extension box to Green IT device partially blocks diect line of pedestrian crossing point

Gabalfa Avenue does not need two lanes for cars each way. Turn one into a cycleway.

Ramp from Taff Trail to Western Avenue is too steep for bikes, especially if carrying children on a seat or in a trailer. Please make it less steep, ideally so you can cycle continuously from one to the other.

Getting from the bus lane / cycle way heading north along Aylestone Road across to the Welford Road cycleway outside the gaol to head into town is not at all easy . There's little space to get off the road at the traffic lights to cross - ... [more]

If the council is going to make Braunstone Gate a LTN, then police it to make it effective or don't bother!

If the council is going to make this an LTN, then police it to make it effective or don't bother!

Paint directional arrows and 'keep left' advisories at major points on the whole length of the Great Central Way to encourage people to stay to the left - allows for better social distancing, better flow of cycles and pedestrians and thereb ... [more]

The mess of pedestrian and cyclepaths along this section of the pavement between the intersection of Freemen's Common Road and Putney Road needs to be sorted out. It's a huge mess . . .

The mess of pedestrian and cyclepaths along this section of the pavement between the intersection of Freemen's Common Road and Putney Road needs to be sorted out. It's a huge mess . . .

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