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Need a pavement for safe walking.

Increased traffic

Needs a cycleway/path to improve access from Brant Road into North Hykeham as mainly [un?]useable between Autumn and Spring. It would save on a lot of traffic going from Brant Road to North Hykeham schools and make it safer and more enjoyab ... [more]

One way system

No cycle lanes

Next Perivale underground stn under the rail bridge

At the moment you have to walk on the road to reach the rugby club, Dr Surgery or the main Wragby Road. It’s extremely dangerous and many would benefit from a pavement for walking and cycling

This area between Kempsey and Worcester can easily be extended to a cycleway/pedestrian shared space. It is tight in some places but will be able to become a wide route and much safer as there is more traffic at present.

⁶The wooden 'chicane' means most cyclists have to dismount and lose momentum at the start of a long, fairly steep slope, even on an e-bike. There must be a better design, such as at Huxhams Cross, where the components of the barrier are f ... [more]

Pedestrians cannot walk safely along the road and for families with children who live along this road this is totally unacceptable

Pedestrianise Church Street in the summer months or permanently. People would love to sit out here and walk to the priory or quay without car disruption

Dedicated cycle path needed into town. Wide enough for families, possibly using the side roads.

Footpath overgrown

Not enough enforcement of cars parked or stopped on cycle ways - camera enforcement as with bus lanes might work?

No footpath or cycleway. Very dangerous.

The cycle track from Odder to the Pyewipe needs tarmacing the same as Pyewipe to Lincoln and Pyewipe to Harby.

Very busy road used by school children and others on route to Cuckfield

If QR pedestrianised create spaces for disabled parking between VPR and Howard Road

Cycle priority is needed along whole of perimeter road. Cyclists are required to give way not only at side roads but also factory entrances! On balance I feel safer on the road where I at least have priority.

The path is too narrow to walk with a child, the vehicles are parked against the kerb so stepping into the road is impossible. The vehicles use it as a cut through to miss the ring road traffic lights in both directions and do not adhere to ... [more]

Traffic free path required alongside B3213 between Ivybridge as there are too many cars close passing

Have you thought about roofing over some of the main traffic routes in the centre, whenever you come to a significant re-development? Keep the motorised traffic below and open up fresh pedestrian and cycle ways above? Shops and offices woul ... [more]

Wider, brighter pavements. Compulsory cycle and escooter training. Maybe education will help prevent accidents and near misses.

Broken pavements, cars parked on them hedges overgrowing and cyclists riding fast and making you jump out of the way. Stopping cars on the pavements also cyclists and making home owners cut back hedges. Also the government could allocate ... [more]

Remind cyclists that it is illegal to cycle on the pavement and to ask parents to stop teaching their children to ride on pavements which are for pedestrians only unless otherwise specified by markings. This is borough-wide.

On all roads other than commercial zones pavements should be marked for pedestrians and runners one way only i.e. the same as for cards : "walk/run on the left". This would avoid the constant crossing of roads or walking in the road itself ... [more]

Lymington Road needs clear indication where cycleway ends. [coast of Hampshire, presumably]

I agree either close this road or make it one way

The cycle path comes and goes along here, up on to the pavement and off again is not a safe option with children on the school run

Don’t close the parking! [probably Evening Hill, Sandbanks, yet again]

Leave as is for watersports access [probably Sandbanks area]

It is fine as it is, serves the purpose as a main road in and out of Bath. The canal tow path gives an excellent cycle and walking alternative.

This stretch does not need short term cycle lane. Competent cyclists ride up it no problem and the not so competent get off and walk up the pavement. There is already a shortage of space for car parking here for all Harbour users and thos ... [more]

Watersports access [perhaps Sandbanks area]

Keep it for the WINDSURFERS [probably Sandbanks area]

Dangerous bends with no visibility could be improved with a path.

Speeding cars. Reduce speed limit and add chicanes.

Need proper cycle ways throughout

Can there be some active management to prevent parking across cycleways and on footways. This is almost at epidemic levels all over the conurbation making if difficult and dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists to squeeze by "parked" cars.

I suggest speed restriction & a little widening of pavement opposite the office / school entrance at Valley Primary School.

London Road. Cycleway very narrow and seems to invite close passes from motor vehicles. They see the white line & think it's fine to drive close to it, regardless of presence of cyclist.

Please could I request a cycle parking hub for harvist road. As there are no cycle hubs available In the nearby area presently. [Harvist Road, Queens Park, London NW6?]

Cycle path along the A540 where the pavement is now

Cars passing very close to pedestrians as no pavement in places. Pedestrianisation would improve safety

There are 15 cutouts/crossings and numerous obstructions, including a bus shelter on the cycleway - generally lethal

Protected cycle lane need on the ring road with barrier to separate cars and cyclists. Why have the council not tried a pop-up cycle lane to test it out?

Make it safer for the covid-19 social distancing

I hear there is voting going on about removing the benches around St Martin's Square. This is absolutely ridiculous!! What about the people who need to sit down to rest? Do you want these people just to stay home. The whole social distancin ... [more]

Too many cars, too many cyclists, no room for residents to get home. Resident only access

The road is congested with parked cars so it’s not safe for cyclists. Set one side of the road aside for cyclists

Not enough room for cyclists and motorised vehicles to coexist.

Not enough room for cyclists and motorised vehicles to coexist.

Narrow sections of pavement also used by cycles. Bottlenecks need widening and tarmacking over grass edge would make it much wider and safer

Narrow sections of pavement also used by cycles. Bottlenecks need widening and tarmacking over grass edge would make it much wider and safer

Lack of disability parking in town. Please do not remove all disabled parking locations [unlikely?]

In order to support local business an al fresco dining area for the surrounding restaurants and bars would be useful for social distancing measures. [perhaps Cank St, Leicester]

Having the road in place prevents a huge social space where folks can eat and drink at a safe distance, outdoors

No cycle way between Nottingham and Mansfield, close pass is the norm due to narrow lanes and severe bends. The existing pavement is so overgrown it is disappearing

There needs to be a dropped kerb here to allow easy access to and from the shared bike path.

Segregated cycleway required here, there have been numerous accidents along this stretch of road.

More police presence to deter youngsters from riding bicycles and e-scooters recklessly on the footways

Traffic speeds down this road and does not observe the speed limit. I have two small children, crossing the road can be a death trap! Speed bumps, cameras or something to force people to slow down, needs to be put in place. There is no pave ... [more]

Close end of road on Haydons Road so no through road to reduce traffic on residential road and allow children to use the road in safety [Wimbledon, presumably]

Safer for pedestrians

Please stop vehicles driving along and parking on pavements.

Canal path more suitable for walkers. Cars not parked on pavements so can use the space available


Pavement and roads in Blyth need work as very badly broken and uneven pavements and roads dangerous for disabled especially and visually impaired

Cyclists need to be protected from motorised traffic, and we should not take space from pedestrians. Barriers would solve both problems

Junction at entrance to park. Difficult to see when pulling out of junction because of parked cars. No crossing for children entering or exiting the park. Speeding is an issue here. An accident waiting to happen. Widen pavement to calm traf ... [more]

Very busy street. Definitely can't implement social distancing here.

Shared path isn't wide enough.

Too close to a busy road. You have to brace when a lorry comes past. I have reported the tree roots for about 10 years. Weeds etc are creeping over and it is now only about 30 cm wide in places.

Westbound (uphill) on Richardson Road would benefit from a marked cycle lane. Traffic passes very close. Lots of NHS staff and others use this road to cycle commute.

These roundabouts (all along bypass) are very dangerous to cross. Need cycle/pedestrian crossings or an alternative safe crossing system.

Green Lane should be kept clear of glass and surfaced for cyclists to use safely

These roundabouts (all along bypass) are very dangerous to cross. Need cycle/pedestrian crossings or an alternative safe crossing system.

Nettleham Road has an intermittent, poorly marked and not socially distanced cycle way. Needs improvement and to be 24/7 [Sheffield or Lincoln, probably]

The speed limit on much of the A540 is 60 m.p.h., a speed regularly attained and often exceeded by some drivers. With parts of the road surface in an extremely poor condition insofar as cyclists are concerned, frequently requiring cyclists ... [more]

No footpath or cycle markings to allow for safer walking and cycling. Grass verges often too over grown.

There needs to be some kind of pathway for people commuting to and from Cotgrave and Cropwell Bishop [Nottinghamshire]

Very fast roads with little room for cars to overtake make cycling dangerous and unpleasant! With lots of people working and living locally, better cycle routes would encourage healthier and greener living in our area.

When shops have customers queuing up the paths are not wide enough to go pass them safely

It's very unsafe from the dairy down to the A46; cars drive fast and there is no lighting - a path even just one person wide may help protect cyclists, pedestrians as well as drivers of cars, lorries, tractors

It is used by a large no of vans and cars using it as a short cut ,they drive too fast and the rd is too narrow for them, it should be a country lane that locals can walk and ride down safely. assess to this traffic needs to be controlled

The traffic is terrible. Speeding is rife.

Cycle way

The field and thorny hedging is regularly overgrown forcing pedestrians to walk on the road. Especially dangerous for school children and parents with more than one child and pushchair users. The soil banking encroaches on the pavement ma ... [more]

The traffic is terrible. Speeding is rife.

Cycleways should be part of the road, not the pavement. Being part of a pavement encourages cyclists to ride on normal pavements putting children and the elderly at risk. GET THEM OFF THE PAVEMENTS!

No pavement linking from here to Glenboig Create a walkway path to link up since the M73 has cut the old walkway “miners” path off to create a network of paths It would be good to go for a walk in a circular route path linking the v ... [more]

Outdoor seating for the restaurants

No bus in the city centre just people walking

Pavement obstructed by private hedging permanently. Pedestrians forced to walk in single file and onto to adhere to socially distancing

There is no provision for cyclists to get from the town centre to the cycle path apart riding a busy 2 lane road or on the pavement. Segregate a lane for cyclists.

Can't walk kids to beach or into Ardglass [County Down]

So we can safely walk our children to the beach

Too many cars going through a bottleneck, not safe for cyclists, cars or people

Can’t bring children for a walk to beach or shops as it way too dangerous with no foot path.

Put footpaths in

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