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121429Photo #121429Make the fallowfield loop cycleway crossing saferCycleway:
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121428Photo #121428There is no cycle path along Bohemia Road on either side.Cycleway:
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121426Photo #121426This tunnel is very narrow, impossible to social distanceTrack:
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121425Photo #121425WidenedTrack:
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121424Photo #121424Very narrow paths on both sides of the road, impossible to social distanceTrack:
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121423Photo #121423Nobody ever wants to get to a supermarket without driving, right? Wrong, but this awful bit of road design treats pedestrians like dirt as they’re forced to run across fast slip roads between narrow pavements. Narrow the lanes and provide a proper crossing of Bakewell Rd at least.Track:
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121422Photo #121422Pavement is only big enough for one person to walk downTrack:
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121421Photo #121421The ongoing saga of the raised path alongside Bakewell Rd: perhaps now is the time to finally fix this and re-open it as a cycleway, with a crossing over to Morrisons at the south. If not, provide a proper, wide cycleway through Ashwood Park.Cycleway:
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121420Photo #121420Wide lanes, narrow pavements and people constantly risking their lives because there’s no crossing for Fairfield Rd or Bakewell Rd. How are people meant to get to Ashwood Park or the town’s largest supermarket? Perhaps narrow the roundabout entries to single lanes and add zebra crossings.Track:
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121419Photo #121419Church street . EpsomCycleway:
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121418Photo #121418The road outsider he hospital is very dangerous for riding. 2 lanes for traffic, why?? Allocate a lane to segregated bike lane please.Cycleway:
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121417Photo #121417High street EpsomCycleway:
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121416Photo #121416Horrible narrow pavement behind railings between large supermarket and town centre. Narrow ramp to supermarket. Other side of crossing leads you to brick wall with desire line trodden across grass. All-round awful design, needed completely rethinking even before “distancing!”Track:
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121415Photo #121415“South street EpsomCycleway:
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121414Photo #121414Pedestrian and cycle crossing needed here. Not sure if it’s planned anyway. Very Difficult to cross Tyndalls park rd from the north section of woodland road to the south. Especially if busy or fast cars.Cycleway:
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121413Photo #121413Cycle lane need in Epsom town centreCycleway:
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121412Photo #121412The worst. About five routes converge at once with pedestrians corralled behind railings on narrow pavements and forced to detour to a single pelican crossing. Civilise the space with a 20mph limit, Poynton-style roundabout and zebra crossings, or at least an extra pelican crossing between the Devonshire Dome and George Street. Long term look at why such a huge volume of traffic has to pass through the centre of Buxton.Track:
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121411Photo #121411Need to stop this road being used as a rat run between Ashley Down Rd and Mueller Rd.Temporary closure:
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121410Photo #121410No pavement between the Sett Valley Trail and popular Cafe while vehicles continuously speed down this dangerous road. Please give us a 20mph limit and temporary pavement space (eventually made permanent). Try their oatcakes and you’ll understand.Track:
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121409Photo #121409Shared use path is so narrow cyclists can’t really use it. Too many pedestrians, even outside rush hour.

The road is unpleasant for children because buses are very intimidating - drive up close behind.

Also terminates in a drop kerb.
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121408Photo #121408There needs to be a safe way to cross from they park and ride to the cyclepath on the other side of this busy dual carriageway.

This goes for pedestrians as well.
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121407Photo #121407Sett Valley Trail between St George’s Road and Watford Bridge is really narrow for a multi-user path, despite having loads of space to work with. Can it be widened to the new standard 3 metres?Cycleway:
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121406Photo #121406Busway needs barriers to protect cyclists, especially children, cycling south. Even at slower speeds, busses can not serve if a cyclists were to fall in front of them.Cycleway:
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121405Photo #121405The tarmac “snake” is a well-meaning aid to soften the incline, but makes for a really narrow path surface, impossible to pass people. Why not just surface the whole width and paint a snake on for those who want to follow it?Cycleway:
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121404Photo #121404This is a bridleway that would provide easy car free access to North Oxford with most of it paved, except, there is no river crossing across the Cherwell. It says it's a ford, but it isn't.

What is needed is a bridge to allow crossing for pedestrians and cyclists to use the rest of the path.
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121403Photo #121403This shared riverside cycle and foot path is not working for anyone. It was much safer for all when half was set for cycling and half for walking. It is dangerous with the new format. Especially since Lockdown with more people using this. It would be a good idea, for safety reasons if it was enforced that Dogs should be kept on a lead when walking on a shared cycle/foot pathCycleway:
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121402Photo #121402Unpleasant right turn into Tennison Road from the station. Cars pulling out often don’t check to their left.Cycleway:
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121401Photo #121401North/south cyclists should have priority here, rather than cars from the garage and side roads. Could be a nice, safe alternative route past the station.Cycleway:
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121400Photo #121400Busy cycle route, terminated by a drop kerb.Cycleway:
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121399Photo #121399Somehow the main street through Hayfield has almost no pavement yet space for parked cars on both sides of the road. Can at least one side be coned of to give more pedestrian space for businesses and residents?Track:
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121398Photo #121398No access to advanced stop box from cycle path without going down a kerb.

It’s a busy box, and most cyclists seem to do this, which isn’t comfortable.
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121397Photo #121397Cycle lane along Clepington road and down caird AvenueCycleway:
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121396Photo #121396Close except buses/cycles/foot Murrills Road between the Sainsbury's fuel station and the residential streets to discourage driving to the nearby shops.Temporary closure:
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121395Photo #121395No access northbound into Nine Wells, due to a dropped kerb.Cycleway:
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121394Photo #121394Cycle path from caird avenue along Strathmore AvenueCycleway:
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121393Photo #121393The condition of this road is dangerous for cycling. It needs resurfacing . I have almost fallen off my bicycle trying to keep near the kerbside.Cycleway:
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121392Photo #121392Cycle path from Clepington road down Caird AvenueCycleway:
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121391Photo #121391Cycle lane along Forfar road and Clepington roadCycleway:
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121390Photo #121390Not enough space on the pavement for social distancing.Track:
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121389Photo #121389Through traffic on this road is minimal. Block off the road at one end for cycle and walkthrough only, with emergency access bollards.Temporary closure:
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121388Photo #121388Poorly designed pedestrian path means a large number of pedestrians side step into the cycle path without looking.

Needs a redesign so the most natural route to cross the cycle path is not sidestepping into it without looking.

At least, remove the bollard that’s exactly at the point where a cyclist needs to swerve.
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121387Photo #121387Cars consistently disrespect the right of way when it's a cyclist coming through. Needs a cycle lane both ways.Cycleway:
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121386Photo #121386Make a one way as traffic at school run times are an absolute nightmare.Temporary closure:
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121385Photo #121385Change the speed limit of the whole of Billesley lane to no more than 20mph. It is currently a race track for a lot drivers.Temporary closure:
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121384Photo #121384For some reason cycling has been made quite difficult at the restricted Byway from Vicarage Lane along Glastonbury Drive. Would have thought it would be relatively simple to remove the cobblestones.Cycleway:
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121383Photo #121383There’s is only a pavement on one side of the road. The pavement it too narrow for people to pass at a safe distance even in single file, many people have dogs which makes it worse. The road is also quite busy so it is dangerous to try and walk in the road.Track:
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121382Photo #121382Cars always drive/queue in cycle path during rush hour.Cycleway:
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121381Photo #121381Cycles have to cross on the oncoming lane with a blind corner to access the footbridge, makes cutting across dangerousCycleway:
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121380Photo #121380Amazing Shops! Already one way...Go a step further and pedestrianise the road entirely.Temporary closure:
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121379Photo #121379Horrifically unsafe for bikers due to cars parking all the way along and deliveries. Bike lanes required!Cycleway:
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121378Photo #121378Footway to LandkeyTrack:
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121377Photo #121377Close this road and make it a cycle way and walkway. Supports the school and clean air emissions.Cycleway:
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121376Photo #121376Busy road with drivers going much too fast up and down, lots of t junctions all the way down and crap visibility due to parked cars all around the neighbourhood. Make it access only! PLEASE!Cycleway:
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121375Photo #121375Road always floods here in heavy rain. Cars drench the pavement.Track:
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121374Photo #121374Bikes are banned across the downs pathways. So many children in stoke bishop are at school in Clifton and Clifton triangle there needs to be a safe way across the downs they could travel without using roadsCycleway:
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121373Photo #121373Closing Clifford Road here to motor vehicles could create a nice filtered neighbourhood. Currently it is a rat run.Temporary closure:
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121372Photo #121372Vehicles pull out of this access road without stopping for the shared use path.

This will continue to be an access road for the sports fields after the construction road is complete, so it needs better visibility, and obvious markings to show priorities.
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121371Photo #121371This whole area (series of 90 degree bends where drivers idle in their cars and weave up and down in their mobile phones is hard to navigate at the best of times but worse now as cars zoom too fast down this road meaning pedestrians (including half or more of the children in the two schools) feel unsafe and choked by traffic fumes.

This whole route should prioritise pedestrians from 8-9am and it would increase walking: I’m not saying ban cars here then but make it less attractive..speed bumps, ban cars etc from idling and widen footpath & add and extra lollipop lady to get people across the road to the park further up Whaley Lane to get them to the Orchard arias short cut to Reservoir Road and into the park
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121370Photo #121370Most of Bicester’s cyclepaths are in a poor state (bmx course at Langford with jumps!) but Howes Lane has no path at all... nor does the bit along the A41 from the Village to Graveh Hill... a cycle and walking proper ring road would be good for fitnessCycleway:
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121369Photo #121369North bound cyclists have three seconds for the green light cycle. That is not enough for when the traffic island is full of cyclists (eg in the morning school run)Cycleway:
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121368Photo #121368Pavement is intermittently narrow down the hill and the traffic is fast so it is scary to step out into the road.Track:
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121367Photo #121367Link for proposed Belmont Viaduct route. Compulsary Purchase Order if necessary - using council powers.Cycleway:
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121366Photo #121366Cycling north, cars have priority from the left. The hedge is quite high for young cyclists.

Adjust the priority, or reduce the hedge height.
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121365Photo #121365Narrow pavement next to buildings work which people on bikes also use. Can it be wider?Track:
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121364Photo #121364This cycle path is used way more than vehicles but vehicles have priority to turn. It’s a major access route to the secondary school. Travelling north, cyclists have a blind corner which vehicles drive round quite fast - not child friendly.

Give priority to cyclists.
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121363Photo #121363Make this a 2-way junction for cyclists.Cycleway:
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121362Photo #121362Future cycle access to busway is blocked by a newly planted tree. Means you would need to cycle awkwardly on the pavement to access the path.Cycleway:
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121361Photo #121361How about a cycleway from Newton Hall to the railway station, following the railway, so that there are no hills. This would then be a short easy journey, and encourage people to use the train.Cycleway:
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121360Photo #121360This is the location of the Coop...the only place to buy groceries on foot in the village...it’s a dangerous corner and narrow foot path...when people are queuing to get into the shop people have to walk into the road here or cross overTrack:
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121359Photo #121359No pavement on north side of road, which is very busy with students in term time, and no pedestrian crossing either. Road space is given over to parking and through traffic which should be routed elsewhere in favour of proper pedestrian provision.Track:
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121358Photo #121358Open up this route to the Belmont ViaductCycleway:
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121357Photo #121357Open this lovely footpath for the public. The land is currently leased by "Fell and Fly" fishing club from Frankland farm, and they're not welcoming to the public. However, the council should agree a lease, open it up, and it would be ideal for linking to the new proposed Belmont Viaduct route.Track:
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121356Photo #121356It's impossible to maintain social distancing on the pavement here. Pavement needs widening / cobbles removed.Track:
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121355Photo #121355Lack of formal crossing on Magdalene Street, and lengthy vehicle phase, make this an unpleasant place to cross. Introduce crossing or shut road to motor traffic.Track:
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121354Photo #121354Crossing lights are too slow to change for cyclists and pedestrians meaning that most users just chance rushing across rather than wait. Seen many near misses her esp with school children.Cycleway:
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121353Photo #121353New Street is a taxi rat run and unnecessarily unpleasant for cyclists (and pedestrians) as a result. Through traffic to Coldham's Lane should be routed exclusively via Newmarket Rd.Temporary closure:
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121352Photo #121352Almost no concern for pedestrians at the junction of two of the busiest roads in the city. Pedestrian crossing needed.Track:
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121351Photo #121351Close road to enable cycling, walking. Currently used as a eat run and dogging siteTemporary closure:
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121350Photo #121350Close Gaol Ferry Bridge to cyclists to make it safer for pedestrians.Track:
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121349Photo #121349Set back crossing and guard rails combined with lengthy vehicle phases make this junction unnecessarily hostile and slow for pedestrians. New junction design needed.Track:
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121348Photo #121348No pedestrian priority at busy entrance/exit to Aldi - continuous footway neededTrack:
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121347Photo #121347Pop up Cycle Lanes willesden junction to PADDINGTON. Harrow RdCycleway:
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121346Photo #121346This cycleway need opening to improve personal safety. This cycleway is dark and poorly illuminated with large areas shaded by the trees and shielded from the road so no visibility by others passing by.Cycleway:
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121345Photo #121345Pop up cycle lanesCycleway:
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121344Photo #121344Upgrade the path between Park Road and Derby rd across the playing fields to provide better access between Spondon village and Asda. This is an obvious improvement to encourage people to cycle to Asda from Spondon rather than driving. Existing routes using Acorn Way or Merchant Ave are busy with traffic and have awkward road crossings. The suggested route would link directly with the existing crossing opposite The bank pub.Cycleway:
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121343Photo #121343Shared use pavement over Newmarket Rd railway bridge (north side) is too narrow even in ordinary periods, but plenty of space for widening (much of carriageway given over to barely used turning lane)Track:
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121342Photo #121342People like to ride in the Ringwood Forest but to get there from Verwood or Ringwood means cycling on the very dangerous B3081
There is also nowhere safe for pedestrians
I thought that money had been allocated for this piece of road, I know that someone offered to help the council out with building a pathway but this was rejected
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121341Photo #121341This is already unsuitable for cara and could be easily turned into a cycle way with just a little
Bit of road improvement needed
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121340Photo #121340All residential streets should have 20 mph speed restrictions.Temporary closure:
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121339Photo #121339A cycleway between Whaley Bridge and Buxton - making use of a road that already exists but is unsuitable for cars would be fantastic as it is so scary driving and cycling on Long Hill with so many cyclists and so little passing spaceCycleway:
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121338Photo #121338Closure or one way in the narrow alley. Cannot always see pedestrians coming up or down, no way to pass without reversing back up or down. And that may be tricky.Temporary closure:
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121337Photo #121337All residential streets should have a 20 mph speed restrictionTemporary closure:
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121336Photo #121336Allow cafes and restaurants to use road as a dining area.Temporary closure:
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121335Photo #121335Partial closure or one way on Beaufort Road. It’s generally used as a convenient rat run for cars, in some cases travelling 30mph+Temporary closure:
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121334Photo #121334Partial closure or one way on Beaufort Road. It’s generally used as a convenient rat run for cars, in some cases travelling 30mph+Temporary closure:
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121333Photo #121333Close Spindletree Drive at this location and impose 20 mph on all the residential streets.Temporary closure:
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121332Photo #121332Stop cars parking on pavement on dog pool lane between manilla road and fashoda road. It currently makes social distancing impossible and there is the added danger of people having to walk in the road when many cars speed along this section of road.Track:
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121331Photo #121331The bridge is not safe to social distance and there is no pavement on one side making crossing the road essential to get across the brige in anyway. Cars speed over the bridge . Its really unsafeTemporary closure:
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121330Photo #121330Close the street at this location to become dead end roads, closing the loop formed by Amesbury Lane and Chandlers Ford. All the streets in this area should then have a 20 mph speed restriction.Temporary closure:
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121329Photo #121329No cycle route along this busy roadCycleway:
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