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Urmston access link to TPT near River Mersey . The gap between bollards is only 1.05 metres and the distance measured diagonally is less than 1.2 metres measured at right angles it's even less at 1.05 metres. The reflective strips on the bo ... [more]

There is a conflict between horse riders and other path users as both a likely to use the unstepped gap . Far better to remove the A frame access There is little evidence that the horse stiles are being used at all .

Ashton on Mersey Trafford near MCR Access from Banky Lane to off road Bridleway path. National Grid have replaced the access restrictions https://twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/785884042331684864 (A frame bollards and horse stile ) from ... [more]

Urmston to Ashton on Mersey proposed bridleway aka cycleway. Horse steps and kissing gates are on this footpath which is to be converted to a bridleway aka cycle link. Any representation or objection contact The Director of Legal and Democr ... [more]

Urmston in Trafford MBC the kissing gate is inadequate for cycles. This is on a proposed cycle link route and sadly the kissing gate is to be retained and the horse stiles renewed !! (in small writing on the draft drawing. UPDATE SEE #1003 ... [more]

Trafford Stretford-Urmston view looking West. Section of Trans Pennine Trail is mowed apart from 100 metre section. This creates a very dangerous path to cycle on as there is steep bank adjacent. The lower path near the river is mowed but t ... [more]

TPT IN URMSTON - This is on a proposed cycle link route and sadly the kissing gate and horse stiles are to be renewed !! (in small writing on the draft drawing).UPDATE SEE #100390 one of 3 serious barriers to disabled, people on bicycle ... [more]

NCN62 TPT UPDATE SEE #100390 The latest Highways England standard OCT 2016 https://www.cycling-embassy.org.uk/dictionary/access-barrier states that these barriers must not be used at all, because they prevent access by various types of cy ... [more]

UPDATE THE HORSE STILES WILL NOT BE PUT BACK . However there is a conflict between horse riders and other path users as both a likely to use the larger gap . Far better to make both gaps the same width on both sides of the river , this will ... [more]

UPDATE https://twitter.com/Cyclinstructor/status/785884042331684864 The path has been resurfaced and the access much improved but still needs No Motorcycling signs No Motorcycling signs required at entrance to Trans Pennine Trail off-road s ... [more]

Entrance to Trans Pennine Trail off-road section into Danewell Woods from A6144. The access barriers comprise horse steps and an A frame barrier. Their purpose is not displayed thereby compromising any prosecution of any unlawful use of the ... [more]

Chorlton Brook bridge a couple struggled to get their bikes over the horse-steps. They were on a 2 week holiday with camping equipment, one heavily loaded bike, one loaded bike with trailer; so it was difficult to get the former through kis ... [more]

Urmston to Ashton on Mersey This is on a proposed cycle link route and sadly the kissing gate and horse stiles are to be renewed !! (in small writing on the draft drawing) UPDATE: This gate has been permanently open for passed few months ... [more]

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