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120070Photo #120070Too much car storage on the b1508, narrow pavements and no cycle path.Cycleway:
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120069Photo #120069Ayot St Peter church by National Route 12. A useful landmark.Other:
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120068Photo #120068Pavement is so narrow and cars parked half way across it. A popular route for people walking into Cotteridge yet v dangerousTrack:
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120067Photo #120067Motor vehicles are already forbidden from entering Turl Street here, but the ban only became effective with the temporary barrier - make it permanent!Temporary closure:
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120066Photo #120066There are no signalised pedestrian crossings here, you just have to dart across multiple lanes when there's no traffic.
Add pedestrian crossing lights.
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120065Photo #120065Crossing over here is so dangerous and it's a very well-used route esp for children/ families and older people catching the bus, but there's nowhere for a crossing because of dropped kerbs, trees and bus stops so closing Franklin Road either side of the junction means a pedestrian crossing could go right across the middle in line with the roads.Temporary closure:
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120064Photo #120064Needs independent cycling lanes as it’s dangerous the way it isCycleway:
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120063Photo #120063From st David's hospital to Llandaff road (and potentially up further to Victoria park), cowbridge road should either be fully pedestrianised or converted to a single lane 1 way street with no on street parking to allow greater pedestrian space and a segregated cycle lane. The counter flow of traffic can be diverted to flow along Lansdowne road.Temporary closure:
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120062Photo #120062Wide very fast road between 1/2 mile gap of two 30mph signs.Cycleway:
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120061Photo #120061There are no signalised pedestrian crossings here, you just have to dart across when there's no traffic.
Add pedestrian crossing lights.
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120060Photo #120060Wide fast road between two 30mph limitsCycleway:
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120059Photo #120059Close parking bay south of High Street to create space for queuing outside Linfords and others to pass safely.Temporary closure:
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120058Photo #120058Already narrow pavements made impassable by pavement parking the length of Fairacres Road - restrict parking further.Track:
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120057Photo #120057Car parking on the side of the road along romilly road should be removed and the road converted into a cycling street like the greener grangetown scheme or a segregated cycle lane put inCycleway:
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120056Photo #120056Footway overgrown and no longer passable by 2 people in opposite direction - over hanging vegetation (tree branches and herbaceous weeds) and resurfacing neededTrack:
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120055Photo #120055Could there be a temporary closure here (except for buses) to keep this route quite for cycling? A690+A691 should be where cars go.Temporary closure:
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120054Photo #120054Bridleway overgrown and no longer identifiable as a definitive routeTrack:
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120053Photo #120053Adopted footway overgrown and no longer passable by 2 people in opposite direction - reintroduce street lightingTrack:
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120052Photo #120052Adopted footway overgrown and no longer passable by 2 people in opposite direction - over hanging vegetation (tree branches and herbaceous weeds)Track:
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120051Photo #120051You absolutely can’t socially distance on Hampton Road BS6. Traffic speed along it like it’s a racetrack both ways & with narrow pavements you can’t help but break the guideline as you can’t use the road to pass. Wider pavements, making it one way, or even closing it completely would be a godsend.Temporary closure:
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120050Photo #120050Very wide road should have cycle lanes, not parking. Link with modally-filtered Langley Rd beyond roundaboutCycleway:
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120049Photo #120049This duel carriageway is dangerous for cyclists. It needs independent off road cycle lanes or bus lane cameras to protect cyclists. I dont cycle in bad weather because of this anymoreCycleway:
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120048Photo #120048All of great lime road should be a separated cycle path as its a major commute route that's very wide. At furthest west end in west moor there's an on road cycle lane and it just STOPS for no reason. At least extend it all way longCycleway:
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120047Photo #120047Very busy road on main route to Manchester. Needs segregated space for cycling.Cycleway:
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120046Photo #120046Reduce the number of lanes on the roundabout to slow traffic down so people can cycle and walk across junction safely.Temporary closure:
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120045Photo #120045I am too scared to commute to work by bike as I'd have to go down the very busy wells rd. Can be improved with an off road cycle pathCycleway:
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120044Photo #120044Get rid of all parking on steeet and add segregated cycle path with bollards to stop locals parking on itCycleway:
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120043Photo #120043At this point on main street, the road narrows and there is only a footpath on one side of the road. There have been a number of incidents on pedestrians being struck by vehicle wing mirrors. It will be dangerous for people to step out into the road to allow 2m separation to other walkers. There needs to be a permanent solution to enable the footpath to be widened, traffic to be slowed. A road narrows sign has been installed but is useless. Speed restrictions and a directional priority system needs to be installed.Track:
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120042Photo #120042The road to Rushyford from Newton aycliffe is very narrow, but there are decent cycle paths on the other side, I feel unsafe cycling here.Cycleway:
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120041Photo #120041There is too much parking on the footpath on both sides of the road. This restricts space for pedestrians, particularly children and families on their way to school. Disabled residents are forced onto the road, which is plagued with speeding drivers, particularly at school times.Track:
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120040Photo #120040Ban pavement parking along this road - will help people with small children walk safely without having to walk onto the road. The road also experiences a great deal of rat running for people trying to avoid Alcester/Wake GreenTrack:
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120039Photo #120039Pavement on south side of West Town Lane is dangerously narrow - no room even for two people to pass without stepping into the fast, busy, roadway. West Town Lane needs active constraint of traffic, at present it's not even 20mph limit and it is a 'rat-run' alternative to Callington Road. Widening the path to make it safe would require strong traffic control measures.Track:
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120038Photo #120038Segregated cycle way along entire longdales roadCycleway:
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120037Photo #120037Very wide pavements - sign as shared use or preferbaly segregated cycleway. Safe link to Aerodrome Road business park. Currently cyclists would have to wait at ped crossing and then cross back again at Aerodrome Road.Cycleway:
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120036Photo #120036The footpath is very narrow and parking outside the cafe and across the Ridgeway junction, reduces space for pedestrians and creates a bottle neck on the road, reducing safety for cyclists.Track:
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120035Photo #120035Reduce speed limit to 30mph prior to Heritage Way junction and to retail park and south to Brockhurst roundabout. Complex signalised junction with on road cycleways and offroad cycleways in vicinity. Junction has become significantly more dangerous high numbers of people driving to the new Brockhurst Gate retail park.Cycleway:
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120034Photo #120034Meonshore could do with a dedicated cycle way, with the amount of vans and cars that park for the view, the road is extremely busy and it’s a dangerous road to cycle along.Cycleway:
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120033Photo #120033This section of road, in the bus lane, is horribly riddled with potholes! Incredibly uncomfortable to ride hereCycleway:
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120032Photo #120032It’s a nice route down to the haven along the shore however this road could benefit from a cycle lane to keep bikes (children) off the footpath and it still safe, the road is wide enough and cars drive extremely fast round this hidden cornerCycleway:
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120031Photo #120031Pavement too narrow for social distancing in what is a very busy road leading to several schoolsTrack:
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120030Photo #120030Modal filter to prevent use of Grove Rd as a rat run between Kings Rd and Skipton RdTemporary closure:
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120029Photo #120029New bridge here a for cycles and walking would link to Ratcliffe siteCycleway:
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120028Photo #120028Reduce Speed limit to 30mph from before Monks Walk. Southbound traffic slows down for roundabout and then speeds up to 40mph or more and ignores the 30mph zone on approach to the busy Heritage Way/Elson Road Crossed Junction which has high levels of pedestrians and cyclists crossing.Cycleway:
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120027Photo #120027So there is no cycle path here you are forced to use the road that is busy during peak times and during that time people park vans on the grass making it unsafe with small children cycling along this part and not allowed to cycle on the promenadeCycleway:
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120026Photo #120026Currently the queue for M&S takes up the pavement, there is no way to pass it with social distancing - needs wideningTrack:
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120025Photo #120025Pavement does not allow social distancingTrack:
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120024Photo #120024Create new cycle and walking bridge and route to either end to create very useful route Radcliffe to ColwickCycleway:
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120023Photo #1200232m distancing is not possible anywhere on the whole high street. People are having to walk in the road, very dangerous.Track:
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120022Photo #120022Create new cycle and walking bridge here to connect clifton/beeston and new cycle expresswayCycleway:
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120021Photo #120021Narrow footways, high cycle rates - routes to school. High speeds of local resident drivers. Suggest 20mph zone across Elson and Hardway. Lots of narrow streets unsuitable for high speeds.Track:
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120020Photo #120020No segregated cycleway to the train station in any direction. Adding a cycle path would be useful on this busy stretch of road (towards Merry Hill).Cycleway:
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120019Photo #120019There is a permissive shared footway/cycleway which is very well used and provides a safer family friendly scenic route. It is not signed as a cycleway.Cycleway:
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120018Photo #120018It’s too narrow entrance on the sea field park, from cycle path to a very very narrow alleywayCycleway:
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120017Photo #120017Pavement parking outside shops prevents distancing between queues and passing pedestrians.

Areas immediately outside stores are probably private, there is no right to drive across footway. Bollards required to prevent this.
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120016Photo #120016Remove part time buslanes and parking and create cycle lanesCycleway:
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120015Photo #120015Pavement needs widening from DLR station (Davy’s) through to town centre. Weekends/peak times there is totally insufficient space for social distancing at 2m yet 2x road lanes have room to be narrowed (cf Edward Street Deptford when cycle way put in)Track:
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120014Photo #120014Railway path segregated cycleway/footway has become very overgrown with encroaching screen vegetation - not easy to pass people, almost single person width in places.Cycleway:
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120013Photo #120013Convert on of the two lanes which are empty for much of the day to a cycle trackCycleway:
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120012Photo #120012How about a pedestrian light phase. very dangerous crossing with two lanes of speeding traffic and lots of pedestrians in normal timesTrack:
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120011Photo #120011Make access only to avoid rat runnersTemporary closure:
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120010Photo #120010Junction on quietway here very poor, compounded by new Southwark Metals business now operating on adjacent site (increased # of trucks etc) junction should be signalised or made into zebra for pedestrian/cyclist priorityCycleway:
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120009Photo #120009Make access onlyTemporary closure:
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120008Photo #120008Dangerous Junction drivers often turn right straight at you when going straight across. Very poor for crossing pedestriansCycleway:
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120007Photo #120007Create a 20mph zone from Anne's and Road and across Bury Road giratory and Stoke Road. safer for all users especially those accessing the hospital.Cycleway:
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120006Photo #120006Cycle lane is need to connect St Johns to the river. Dangerous road for cyclistsCycleway:
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120005Photo #120005Speed bumps - too fast traffic & too high volume. Lots of kids living on road.Temporary closure:
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120004Photo #120004Takeaway restaurants are open on Petersham Road, customers awaiting orders do not queue in a line, they cluster around the entrance waiting for their order to be called. The customers may be 2 m apart but it is IMPOSSIBLE for pedestrians to pass and achieve social distancing, to achieve social distancing pedestrians must walk in the middle of the road. Pavement needs to be widened.Track:
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120003Photo #120003Road is easily wide enough to add a cycle laneCycleway:
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120002Photo #120002Close High Street to traffic as in original Safer Streets planTemporary closure:
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120001Photo #120001Dangerous pinch point - needs signange as a minimum. Ideally widening to allow room for cars to apss riders safely. Current trajectory of natural cycling desire line from Bury Road lights bring cars and riders too close. If traffic light column and kerbed refuge were move right there would be space for cycle lane to continue safely.Cycleway:
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120000Photo #120000Existing traffic signals give too much time to motor vehicles. Either pedestrians have to form large queues or take risks to cross the road. Reallocate traffic light time to pedestriansTrack:
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119999Photo #119999CYCLEWAY FROM A38 BRISTOL ROAD TO A461 BIRMINGHAM ROADCycleway:
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119998Photo #119998Narrow pavement, often queues for supermarketTrack:
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119997Photo #119997Beechcroft Road runs parallel to A214 Trinity Road, a busy through route between Fulham/Chelsea and Wandsworth/Tooting/ Streatham. Drivers wishing to avoid long lines of traffic on Trinity Road often use the parallel route. However it is also busy with pedestrians and cyclists on their way to and from the open space of Wandsworth Common. The pavements are narrow and cars are permitted to park on them. Social distancing is difficult without stepping into the road. If motor traffic were kept to Trinity Road non-motorists would be able to use Beechcroft with appropriate distancing, less pollution and less stress.Temporary closure:
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119996Photo #119996Narrow pavement, often queues for pharmacyTrack:
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119995Photo #119995Very narrow pavementTrack:
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119994Photo #119994Very narrow pavementTrack:
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119993Photo #119993Cycle way needed down Gloucester toad so cyclists segregatedCycleway:
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119992Photo #119992Cut this road in the middle to stop it being used as a rat runTemporary closure:
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119991Photo #119991Cut this road in the middle to stop it being used as a rat runTemporary closure:
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119990Photo #119990Very narrow pathways through butterfeild park, very overgrown and impossible to social distanceTrack:
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119989Photo #119989Cut this road in the middle to stop it being used as a rat runTemporary closure:
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119988Photo #119988Cut this road in the middle to stop it being used as a rat runTemporary closure:
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119987Photo #119987Used regularly by school children between two Riverbridge bases and Our Lady of the Rosary as well as commuters using the station so becomes very busy.Track:
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119986Photo #119986Pathway around llanishen reservoir needs wideningTrack:
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119985Photo #119985Revert part of this road to two way,, so that delivery lorries exit the way they entered. Put modal filters at the junctions further along.Temporary closure:
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119984Photo #119984Speeding cars unsafe for children/families cycling - roads needs blocking off and local traffic only (church road/Churchways Avenue)Temporary closure:
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119983Photo #119983Dangerous junction for cyclists. Needs improvement - ultra narrow painted on road cycleway too narrow to safely get to advance stop box. Ideally removal of guard railing and widening of cycleway to create space to safely pass. Extra wide footway at this point would still be very usable by pedestrians. Short term option -remove railings, create dropped kerb onslip and cone of part of footway with people crossing at The Avenue.Cycleway:
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119982Photo #119982Lots of room here to create protected cycle lanes with junction priority here on both sides of the road to link to ASDA and Loughborough Road shops to the North and southwards along Loughborough RoadCycleway:
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119981Photo #119981Pavements are far too narrow to approach Imperial Retail Park safely from town on foot. Can easily take 2-3 feet from each car laneTrack:
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119980Photo #119980Road is too narrow for cars and feeds into a congested area. Send cars round the A226 insteadTemporary closure:
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119979Photo #119979This is a designated cycle route, with steep gradient, speeding cars. Close the route to vehicles, or all but buses.Temporary closure:
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119978Photo #119978Need to ban cars from parking on the pavements, which are already too narrow for safe distancingTrack:
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119977Photo #119977Close Millfield Road to motor vehicles to greater use by cyclists and pedestrians. Providing space for recreation and a safer route for cycling.Temporary closure:
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119976Photo #119976Cycleway to be continuous with priority here and as wide as possibleCycleway:
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119975Photo #119975Very narrow footway on busy walking route from western half of the town and parking areas serving railway station, to the railway station and the main shopping area in eastern half of the town.Track:
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119974Photo #119974Cycleway to be continuous with priority here and as wide as possibleCycleway:
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119973Photo #119973Rat running. Create filtered permeability here, stick in a great big planterTemporary closure:
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119972Photo #119972Widen pavement at southern end of Church Street where it is particularly narrow due to buildings and pedestrian crossing guard rail.Track:
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119971Photo #119971Create improved path here to join up to old road to the west and landmark lane to the eastCycleway:
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