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148007Photo #148007The new road layout now means cyclists have to move to the right hand lane to go straight on towards Loudwater. This is dangerous and does not allow for a safe ride at this junction.Cycleway:
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148006Photo #148006This part of the road is so dangerous. Cars drive so fast and the corner is blind. I have to walk up this part of the road with my children to school and have twice now been brushed by cars . Please add a pavement here! Someone is going to get hurt.Track:
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148005Photo #148005Not one of the above categories, but safer and more secure parking needed for cycles. As an example, I know of two people who had locked cycles stolen from Springfields on the same weekend. Both reported to police and Springfields, the latter saying their CCTV didn’t cover that area. People will not cycle if they half expect to have to walk home. Also, too many cars parked illegally around the bridge on Roman Bank so as to avoid paying parking at Springfields. This makes it dangerous for cyclists at that point.Cycleway:
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148004Photo #148004Overall in the area roads are poor with potholes causing damage to cycles and cyclists. Why are they so badly maintained?Cycleway:
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148003Photo #148003There is an abundance of quiet, rural cycle routes on the Weston Hills side of Spalding. However, the roundabout over the A16 is difficult at times to get over, especially if you are taking your children. Could anything be done here?Temporary closure:
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148002Photo #148002Pavement used by pedestrians & cyclists - very overgrown here (although some parts have been cleared)Track:
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148001Photo #148001I live in a block of flats with a lot people who cycle. there is currently no where to store bikes which means people are carrying them up and down the stairs and it's very difficult. There is lots of space either in the grounds of on the road which is a dead end and no parking permit. Let me know if need any photographyCycle parking:
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148000Photo #148000Secure cycle storage or lockers at Lucy Tower car parkCycle parking:
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147999Photo #147999Cycle path too narrow in some placesCycleway:
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147998Photo #147998Dropped pavement needed hereCycleway:
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147997Photo #147997Dropped pavement needed where cyclists cross road up to Widecombe. (Used by westbound cyclists)Cycleway:
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147996Photo #147996This would be an ideal location to have another secure bike locker/bike storage?Cycleway:
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147995Photo #147995Water side South should be a continuation of the water rail way cycle path and needs better and direct access/route to city centre to a reliable and secure bike storage that could be positioned near or at Lucy Tower car park.Cycleway:
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147994Photo #147994Existing shared path, cycle way is much too narrow and uneven. Requires widening and levelling.
the low kerb bit on Fulney Br is dangerous
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147993Photo #147993A short length of pavement is missing forcing pedestrians and cyclists into fast trafficTrack:
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147992Photo #147992Make a contra flow cycle link between Holland Rd footbridge and Herring Lane thus connecting to the town centreCycleway:
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147991Photo #147991Improvement of bridleway to connect Ashby to Worthington cloud trail to DerbyCycleway:
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147990Photo #147990Traffic on the A16 approaches the roundabout at speed. The cross route from Low Road is used by many cyclists to get to work at Low Fulney. Low Road and the roundabout need a safer provision.Cycleway:
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147989Photo #147989The A153 between West Ashby & HOrncastle is regularly used by walkers, cyclists & horse riders & would greatly benefit from widening to include a cycle path/way.Cycleway:
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147988Photo #147988Pavement is in very dangerous state, pedestrians need to walk in road to avoid risk of injury.Track:
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147987Photo #147987Overgrown verge and hedge make this very dangerous for more than 1 person to walk.Track:
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147986Photo #147986Egress from Albert Street is visually impeded by vehicles parked on Commercial Road. Dangerous for cars and cycles. The cycle path opposite does not have a dropped kerb for cycles to join from Albert Street.Cycleway:
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147985Photo #147985Albert Street is an important cross-town route but is narrow and restricted by parked vehicles. The pavements are narrow.Track:
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147984Photo #147984Overgrown and more than half covered on leaf litter, keeps you close to a dangerous road full of speeder.Track:
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147983Photo #147983Cycle lanes required to give safer access to Spalding Station for those wishing to "bike and ride". (NB secure cycle parking at the station is planned to be improved.)Cycleway:
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147982Photo #147982A contra-flow cycle track on the east side of Double Street from the Holland Road footbridge to Herring Lane will allow cyclists using the riverside cycle path to get closer to the town centre and cycle park in Herring Lane in a safe way.Cycleway:
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147981Photo #147981A number of cycle routes come as far as the "twin bridges", but they are not connected. There is no provision for cyclists or pedestrians to cross the vehicle carriageway safely. Additional traffic lights with a phase for pedestrians and cyclists is required, as at the West Elloe Avenue / Pinchbeck Road junction.Cycleway:
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147980Photo #147980Remove the kissing gate and make this a cycle friendly route.
The kissing gate isn't needed there isn't any livestock to keep in.
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147979Photo #147979Take down the barriers at each end that prevent cycling. Would make it easier for wheelchairs, buggies, and cyclists.Cycleway:
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147978Photo #147978The wide footpath on the east side of Broadway should be made shared use. This, coupled with adjustments to the traffic lights and cycling provision on Monkshouse Lane will improve access to Monkshouse School and the playing field from the residential area south of the A151.Cycleway:
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147977Photo #147977Take down the barriers that prevent cycling, will make it easier for buggies, wheelchairs etc. And if possible widen the path. The hedges could be taken out and path straightened, it would be a lot easier to maintain.Cycleway:
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147976Photo #147976Need a right hand turn path with lights for cycles from West St into Park Ln to access the Priory Park.Cycleway:
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147975Photo #147975Painted cycle way is dangerous, encourages close passing especially at pinch points and stops when you need it most and is always filled with parked car. Separated and enforced cycle lane needed.Cycleway:
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147974Photo #147974There are dismount signs for cyclists in Priory Park. There needs to a formal cycle route thru the park to connect Par Lane to Blackborough Rd and Bell StCycleway:
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147973Photo #147973The cycleway along Black Fan road crosses the Ridgeway, but there is no facility to assist. With the roads be busy and multiple directions to watch crossing here can be difficultCycleway:
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147972Photo #147972Reduce local speed limit to 20mph in ALL rural villages. Speeding traffic is the biggest reason why Villagers don't use bicycles for local journeys / leisureTemporary closure:
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147971Photo #147971Provide a park and cycle facility at Westerfield Station as part of Ipswich Garden Suburb development. To allow out of town drivers to park up and then cycle into IpswichCycleway:
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147970Photo #147970The riverside walk could be widened and tarmacked from the Tidemill to Wilford Bridge to allow for cyclistsTrack:
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147969Photo #147969This is a very busy A road, there needs to be a seperate cycle path alongside it from Woodbridge to the Bromeswell roundaboutCycleway:
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147968Photo #147968Safe cycle path to the hospital needed for NHS workers. Cycle path further up ends in busy road, parked cara along road make for dangerous cycling , could be a cycle lane insteadCycleway:
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147967Photo #147967Dangerous crossing For walkers and cyclists - put in a safe crossingTemporary closure:
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147966Photo #147966The cycle lanes are getting overgrown, hedges are making it very difficult to pass safely. Also going East it just ends in the middle of a busy road!Cycleway:
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147965Photo #147965Prevent HGV traffic turning into B1190 to restrict HGV through Doddington village and reduce risk to cyclists and pedestriansTemporary closure:
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147964Photo #147964The ford, The Street, KerseyRoad environment:
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147963Photo #147963The end of Bertie's Walk, below the Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147962Photo #147962Access to the Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147961Photo #147961The Buckingham Railway Path soon dead-ends after this viaduct.Cycleway:
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147960Photo #147960Link from the Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147959Photo #147959The Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147958Photo #147958Viaduct on the Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147956Photo #147956The Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147955Photo #147955Better surfaced part of the Buckingham Railway Path, from the bypass to Station RoadCycleway:
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147954Photo #147954Start of better surfaced section of the Buckingham Railway Path, from Station Road to the bypass.Cycleway:
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147953Photo #147953Keep to the left here on the Buckingham Railway Path - to the right is a dead-end.Cycleway:
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147952Photo #147952Link from the railway path to Station Terrace, BuckinghamCycleway:
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147951Photo #147951The Buckingham Railway PathCycleway:
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147950Photo #147950Start of Bertie's Walk (access to the Buckingham Railway Path)Cycleway:
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147949Photo #147949Cut-through in BuckinghamCycleway:
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147948Photo #147948Very dangerous crossing even for cars, with multiple fatalitiesTemporary closure:
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147947Photo #147947Schoolchildren and cyclists using this route need a safe way to cross the a46Cycleway:
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147946Photo #147946South west coastal path has the possibility to be expanded to accommodate cyclists here. In combination with the new bridge across Hooe Lake, this would facilitate another cycle route up to Jennycliff for both recreational users and commuters keeping the division between cyclists and road vehicles.Cycleway:
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147945Photo #147945The current cycle ways (on both sides of the road) have just taken space from the existing road. This means that the road (as marked on both sides) is now too narrow for a car. This leads to very close passes when a car overtakes a cyclist (a particular problem southbound going uphill) when they don’t realise that they have to straddle the centre line to safely pass, and even closer passes if a car is coming the opposite direction. Please either get rid of the cycle lanes, or get rid of the middle line, so that car drivers aren’t lulled into a false sense of security.Cycleway:
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147944Photo #147944Needs improvement as residents cannot park outside their houses have residential parking permits where they can park outside I.e. a permit with house address and vehicle registration so you know it's the right vehicle and not a visitor, non residents could use the carpark where Hilary Morgans was.Track:
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147943Photo #147943The new road layout now means cyclists have to move to the right hand lane to go straight on towards Loudwater. This is dangerous and does not allow for a safe ride at this junction.Cycleway:
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147942Photo #147942Have cycleways both sides of the roads as people use the paths to cycle on and is dangerous to pedestrians especially the young and the old who walk on the path.Cycleway:
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147941Photo #147941Drivers speed off Kew bridge and the road narrows from 2 lanes to one then opens to 2 lanes again. To cycle towards Richmond on the A307 means holding the lane for a significant length of time and drivers tailgate. Slower speeds plus a cycle lane needs adding even if it means cutting in to the green - more cycles means more green clean air.Cycleway:
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147940Photo #147940This is a quite fast road from the A4 towards Chiswick and although quite wide is not safe for families to cycle nor to enable newer people to take up cyclingCycleway:
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147939Photo #147939Lights in the tunnel for safer passageCycleway:
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147938Photo #147938Lights in the tunnel section for safer passageCycleway:
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147937Photo #147937Ingham Road and Stow Park Road are not main roads and not too busy, I don't consider they need a dedicated cycle way but the main road from Sturton through Stow to Willingham is narrow and could be widened to make it safer and possibly be made wide enough to include cycles as wellCycleway:
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147936Photo #147936The footpaths from Stow to Sturton need maintaining so they are not overgrownTrack:
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147935Photo #147935The pavement between Stow and Willingham by Stow is in a bad state of repair especially the area out of Stow on the bends and on the bend past East Farm at Normanby by Stow.Track:
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147934Photo #147934One part of Hughenden Boulevard (by the housing) has a cycle path, but for some reason not the stretch between Morrison’s and Hughenden Av.Cycleway:
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147933Photo #147933There is a path here to the station used by people from Nork having gone up Eastgate going to / from Banstead Railway station. It is tarmacked but in poor state of repair.
Widen and resurface path to allow passage of both cyclists and pedestrians. Change to Pelican lights.
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147931Photo #147931The steepest part of Fir Tree Road is from the Drift Bridge crossroads to Grey Alders/ High Beeches crossing on the bend. The footpath is narrow and segregated from the traffic by a barrier (in case a car doesn't make the bend) There are several lanes for cars in the opposite direction and a wide verge on that side.
Provide a segregated cycle lane protected by a barrier.
Consider also the implications at the Drift Bridge crossroads of it being a two-way cycle lane in conjunction with making a 2-way cycle route all the way past Banstead Station and onto Banstead
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147930Photo #147930Build pavement on south of Towngate East to reduce need for pedestrians to cross roads noting increased housing development in recent years in this area of Market Deeping.Track:
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147929Photo #147929The A2022, Fir Tree Road, is 30mph two-way traffic. It is generally unsafe for cars to overtake cyclists because of continuous traffic. This causes cars to tail back behind cyclists going uphill from the Drift Bridge crossroads towards the Banstead crossroads or heading for Banstead. There is not sufficient space for a cycle lane in the roadway.
Create a cycle way in the space to the north side of the A2022
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147928Photo #147928It would be great if we could have a cycle path all the way through the village. My husband and daughter nearly had an accident whilst road cycling on the bend when a horse box tried to overtake with an oncoming tractor. There are lots of side quiet roads around but to get to them you have to cycle along the main road where cars are going far faster than the speed limit usually.Cycleway:
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147927Photo #147927Install dropped kerb on pavement to aid those crossing from the bridge.Track:
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147926Photo #147926Lots of undergrowth encroaching over much of the cycle way making it very narrow and impossible to distance from others, please clear it to give a full width cycle way.Cycleway:
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147925Photo #147925Overgrown vegetation across cycle way.Cycleway:
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147924Photo #147924The A217 is a dual carriageway where traffic is permitted to go at 60mph. During the day there is a continuous stream going in excess of 40mph, normally 50-60mph. There is a crossing here where people going to/from the station may wish cross to but don't because it is too dangerous to cross. There is only a shared use cycle path on the East side of the dual carriageway. Between the carriageways there is a high concrete barrier, this means that drivers of cars approaching from the Sutton direction cannot see people waiting to gross from the centre of the road.
Reduce the speed limit. Install a Pelican crossing
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147923Photo #147923No tarmac please, this is a Bridleway. Let's have a multi-user surface safe for horses, bikes and pedestrians. It's been a bridleway for more years than a 'cycle route.'Cycleway:
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147922Photo #147922Path too narrow for cycles, already marked no cycling but people cycle on it. Riding fast and almost touching pedestrians as they pass. Also ride on dirt path that is marked no cycles, that path not wide enough for two people walking much less cycles. Since they insist on cycling there let's make it safer for allCycleway:
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147921Photo #147921The A217 is a dual carriageway where traffic is permitted to go at 60mph. During the day there is a continuous stream going in excess of 40mph, normally 50-60mph. There is a crossing hare where both cyclists and pedestrians cross, but most commonly golfers towing golf trolleys. There is only a shared use cycle path on the East side of the dual carriageway.
Reduce the speed limit. Install a Pelican crossing
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147920Photo #147920Unsafe for cyclists to cross, even going straight ahead. If they want to turn right on the A217 they have 2 lanes of traffic to cross. The A217 from Sutton direction is 60 mph and made worse because the 40mph sign is where the slip lane for cars to turn left starts.
Make crossing suitable for cyclists and pedestrians.
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147919Photo #147919Close Digswell Park Road to motor vehicles, except for access.Temporary closure:
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147918Photo #147918Open up footway to allow cycle access to this useful connection (e.g. for Welwyn North commuters)Cycleway:
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147917Photo #147917Modify timings of controlled crossing - currently takes far too long to stop traffic, discouraging walking/cycle use,Track:
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147916Photo #147916Campus gyratory is a formidable barrier to cycle transit, both E-W and N-S. Do *something* here.Cycleway:
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147915Photo #147915As an alternative to multi-use path at back of Hewson Rd, create cycle way across The Common to connect to A57 making use of existing gateways.Cycleway:
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147914Photo #147914Properly clear back vegetation and debris to increase available width of dual-use and footpaths (both sides of road from roundabout at north to Deard's End Ln at south). Currently impossible to safely cycle along provided infrastructure.Track:
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147913Photo #147913At busy school times it is very difficult to turn right from Hawthorn Bank onto St John's Road. A traffic filter/road markings would make it safer.Temporary closure:
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147912Photo #147912When crossing the railway line on my bike 99% of cars and vans will overtake me even though its a solid white line which means no overtaking. Better signs and road markings would make this safer.Cycleway:
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147911Photo #147911We have a lovely cycleway just up to this junction which mysteriously dissappears (no signage). You are expected to come off the cycleway in the entrance of the swimming pool and swerve out into the road just before the traffic lights. I find it extremely dangerous. It would make more sense to continue the cycle path to the end of Pinchbeck road.Cycleway:
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147910Photo #147910There is a lovely cycle path here but tree roots have raised the surface in places and have made it extremely dangerous to ride over. It needs resurfacing.Cycleway:
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147909Photo #147909A lot of people ride their bikes on the path and cars drive extremely fast down Winsover and Bourne road. We need traffic calming and a dedicated cycle lane. We also need a pedestrian crossing at the junction with park road and winsover Road. At busy times you rely on drivers slowing down to let you cross. The whole area needs a re-design.Cycleway:
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147908Photo #147908Block traffic in evenings to support night time economy. Test other active uses for the space e.g. events, children play area, outdoor mini cinemaTemporary closure:
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147907Photo #147907Block/reduce traffic in evenings to support night time economy and occasional daytime's to test Nd support active transport.Temporary closure:
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147906Photo #147906Very narrow footpath and fast carsTrack:
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