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Pedestrian crossing and speed reduction needed.

Improved cyle routes and pedestrian routes

Pedestrianise and cycle route through centre of town.

Once relief road completed pedestrianise this dangerous road through the centre and provide parking and cycle routes.

Improved cycle path and road surface, also busses that link to the hospital via town centre.

Pedestrianise this whole area as pleanty of alternative access.

Pedestrianise this area to make safer and add social areas.

More pedestrianised areas within town centre and parking on the outskirts of the centre with cyle routes to make the centre safer for all.

More pedestrianised areas within town centre and parking on the outskirts of the centre with cyle routes to make the centre safer for all.

Crossing this road is hazardous due to parked vehicles and traffic emerging from the nearby junction. It is a main pedestrian route to the village school and for children who cross to catch buses that stop nearby. A formalised crossing poi ... [more]

There is some terrible speeding down Milton Road, despite it supposedly being a 20 mph zone. How about installing a speed camera here, or getting a speed camera van to come here every so often, to make the situation safer for pedestrians? E ... [more]

Create cycle friendly route to get from Poole Park round the George roundabout and connect with Wimborne Road cycleway

Portland Road is very wide, full of small shops and has a primary school - it's ideal for a protected cycle lane to promote access to local businesses and the school.

Taxi drivers on East Street park dangerously every single day - blocking emergency vehicles, cycle access, and parking on pavements and on the roundabout blocking foot and bus traffic. Needs enforcement and revoking of taxi licenses from da ... [more]

Filter residential streets between Church Road and the sea front to cut rat-running and make space for residents

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New cycle lane needed along A384 from Charlies Cross to Buckfast (or beside railway line)

Extend cycle lane Charlies Cross to Buckfast (or beside railway line)

Extend cycle lane to Buckfast

Better signs for start of cycle lane away from road

Slow traffic for cycle lane

Cycle path needed into Newton

Cycle path needed into Newton

Cycle path needed

Cycle path needed

Roundabout needed instead of layby

Stop cars parking on double yellow lines

Rapidly increasing volume of fast 2-way traffic using this as a "southern bypass". Closure to through traffic after the new housing estates would safeguard this popular rural cycling route and Newton Harcourt village

Centurion Way is an increasingly critical but poorly connected link for cyclists to Watergate Lane via an obscure and muddy track. This needs surfacing and signing.

Pop-up cycle lane on Hawthorn Street. At this point, it is a door-zone painted cycle lane next to marked car parking bays.

Shallow steps on the path from Ashvale Crescent to Cowlairs Road, on its way to run alongside the Springburn Expressway. There is a steeper flight of steps at Ashvale Crescent, so the only way to get to here step-free is from Carleston Stre ... [more]

A big flight of steps on the path from Hawthorn Street to Cowlairs Road, parallel to the Springburn Expressway.

Pop-up cycle lane on Hawthorn Street. This bus stop appears to have been forgotten for the bus boarder treatment. Hatching has been removed from the centre of the road to make room for the cycle lanes, which much improve safety for as lo ... [more]

Pop-up cycle lane on Hawthorn Street. At this point, the door-zone painted cycle lane (see #156185) leads into the remains of the original cycle lane in Hawthorn Street (see #25292), without addressing the problem of them being on the wrong ... [more]

Diversion signage for the Stockingfield canal path closure at Wyndford Drive. Still no dropped kerb for the path to Contin Place.

Motorbike parking in the cycle lanes a problem here.

Very dangerous for walkers and runners with speeding cars and no pavement

The path between the care home and the Premier Inn is just mud, bushes have overgrown and not suitable for walking or cycling.

The pavement is in terrible condition from Tetbury to Highgrove not usable by pedestrians or cyclists

West St in poor condition with broken paving/edging and potholes not cycle or pedestrian friendly. Highways just bodged it again not fully resurfaced.

Road in terrible condition dangerous to cyclists and needs resurfacing, winter a nightmare to use with flooding

Need to make safer for cyclist as 40mph zone that cars speed and primary route for cyclists leaving Tetbury to nicer lanes and countryside.

Make a crossing here as hard to cross having to watch traffic from roundabout

Make this lane a 20mph zone as used a lot by cyclists and pedestrians, speeding cars all the time

Poor pavement with potholes that highways will not fix! Trip hazard awaiting victims

No pathway present, dangerous for walkers as they are forced to walk on the side of a busy road

A footpath is required to the gated road to allow the Arnesby villagers to access the gated road safely. The Lutterworth road is getting narrower due to broken down edges making walking, running and cycling more hazardous.

We can’t walk out of the village safely to the gated road. This is well used but we have to walk on the road though a national speed limit making it dangerous. Widen the verge and make it a suitable surface for us to walk safely on with c ... [more]

Widening needed along this section of Main Road, narrow pavement requires people to walk in road. Even using pavement you can get brushed by passing bus because so narrow

Great work - putting 20mph signs where they're always obscured by parked cars.

We urgently need a cycle path along this road to encourage travel between Old Welwyn and Knebworth and beyond.

Pavement is very narrow, you need to step into 40mph traffic to socially distance. Speed limit should be lowered too.

As usual, there's no Except Cyclists plate on the route ahead which leads to central Cambridge.

Footpath is inadequate and in place non existent. This is the only direct means to access nearby village of Shearsby by foot or cycling and the road is very busy, unlit with a National speed limit of 60mph. Footpath and or a cycle path is r ... [more]

Does anyone understand the point of this? It makes it slightly harder for cars to turn left (not currently allowed) but forces cyclists (who can turn left) to move right into a narrow traffic lane. A coned-off cycle lane would be good, if i ... [more]

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