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The bridge is no longer open. Barriers across the eastern end.

Could Market St. be closed to non essential traffic every weekend? If shops and cafe’s could use more outdoor space with seating it would make a lovely space to socialise and shop.

The Ruchill branch of the new Stockingfield Junction bridge awaits opening.

LTN, school street

The main arc of the new Stockingfield Junction bridge appears to be unofficially open, but the branch to Ruchill still has barriers. The steps provide a direct route option for pedestrians not needing the ramp.

Phone to get into the museum, which is actually a good method of allowing cycling and walking easy access.

Route into Shuttleworth Museum does not exist as it's blocked by the run way, which is a shame as it's a good direct and calmed route.

The current barrier does not prevent anti-social youngsters on motorbikes hurtling dangerously along the footpath. The council should give careful consideration to changing the current barrier to a kissing gate-style barrier as this would g ... [more]

Illegally sized barriers have been added to the cycle path it would appear to protect cars from cycles! Why? remove them!

Sandgate Hill has limited front doors and is mainly back garden walls. Feels like a motorway for cars. This street requires pedestrian crossings, traffic calming and cycle lanes.

Work continues on the Gorbals Street cycleway, which will form part of the South City Way. Here on Victoria Bridge where work presently ends.

Work continues on the Gorbals Street cycleway, which will form part of the South City Way. This is the toucan crossing where NCN756, the South Bank cycle route, crosses.

Work continues on the Gorbals Street cycleway, which will form part of the South City Way.

Work continues on the Gorbals Street cycleway, which will form part of the South City Way. A floating parking bay and bus stop can be seen here.

Elderslie Street, Glasgow

Berkeley Street, Glasgow

Uncontrolled dropped kerb crossing with limited visibility of traffic turning right from A38 south. This has been unsafe to me as a parent when i try to cross the route with the pram

Too much traffic at school drop off and pick up, making it unsafe for active travel to school

Road is too narrow for through traffic due to volume of parked cars. Makes walking or cycling to lister Park unpleasant

Allowing a contraflow filter for cyclists would provide a shorter route for cyclists

Somehow traffic needs calming along Lower Road. Please. For years we have had to tolerate speeds sometimes of 60mph+ , we've been told every excuse from Kiln Court being a hospital to buses as reasons not to act, both of those are now non ... [more]

This is such a popular crossing point and there is no other crossing points to get safely into town for residents from the Almshouses or from the Ospringe areas

Speed of traffic through narrower part of Borden Lane in the village needs reducing. Speeds frequently exceed 30 mph.

Poor visibility when accessing Borden Lane from Riddles owing to parked cars

Street is extremely dangerous for pupils cycling to and from Millburn School. Some though needs to be given to improving cycling safety in the section from Midmills Road junction to the school

Rat running traffic from A65 at peak times. Install modal filters to prevent through routes

Modal filter on Manor Road to prevent rat running

Poor visibility, fast traffic, little pavement, school nearby

Single lane delimited road with no pavement, blind bends and pinch points. Busy with cars, pedestrians and cyclists visiting Harty Ferry and bird reserve. Needs a 20mph limit and highlighting shared use.

No safe way to cross the road from Sandbanks Road to Graveney primary school on foot - have to hope for the best!!!!

Blind bend when turning left into Salters Lane

Operation Brock makes the approach to Brenley Corner a nightmare to travel along, traffic backs up for miles causing many vehicles to idle for long periods and extend journey times for locals

Blind turn when coming out of Sandbanks Road, impossible to see left to see traffic coming along Seasalter Road

The road is only wide enough for one vehicle so makes it quite dangerous to walk through on the school run

The road is at capacity already with buses, lorries and cars, school traffic and when the A2/Boughton Bypass/Thanet Way is blocked this route is an attempted rat-run despite all the roads in this area being narrow and rural. Speed limit s ... [more]

Used as a rat run from Millfield to town. Should use Millfield road entrance to Whitstable Road as Cole Road is narrow. People drive too fast down here and don't indicate when turning the corner onto Abbey Fields.

Vehicles go very fast with poor visibility, so nearly hit people crossing. This is a very busing road crossing point and needs a zebra crossing.

The road is at capacity already with buses, lorries and cars, school traffic and when the A2/Boughton Bypass/Thanet Way is blocked this route is an attempted rat-run despite all the roads in this area being narrow and rural. Speed limit s ... [more]

The Lower Road is unsafe - as demonstrated by multiple accidents including tragic loss of life. It is a perfect candidate for a reduced speed rural road - because of its strategic nature, connecting Faversham to Sittingbourne.

The roundabout system doesn’t work and is an accident waiting to happen

The road surface is in pieces and every car/truck/bus and lorry bumps up and down over it causing noise and vibration in our houses.

Vehicles drive at high speed through Kew Green. Build a pedestrian crossing to make it easier for pedestrians to cross the road. This will also slow traffic down and make it safer for cyclists.

Better signage for no right turn on to Rowett's Way and better signage for no left turn into Leysdown Road. The junction is dangerous and abused, particularly at night.

Better signage and lighting provision at the left hand filter to Leysdown Road

The road needs traffic calming to prevent speeding drivers to and from the prison cluster.

Absolutely awful junction - very unsafe. Must stop cars turning right as they come up the hill or put in a mini roundabout (the type that buses and lorries can drive over slowly if need be but visible for al)l. Even traffic lights would per ... [more]

One system set up for school entrance

Reduce speed limit on A251 to 40mph

Used as a rat run when traffic on the Mall

Used as a rat run to the train station. Often high speed traffic.

Traffic calming needed. Can't slow down to pull onto my driveway (southbound) without people overtaking me heading towards the junction of Wormdale/Maidstone at speed.

New road design dangerous for motorists looking to pull out of the junction.

Pothole

Speeding and rat running which makes it very dangerous. Our car was hit parked on Maidstone Road by a speeding driver.

This road is very busy every day with children walking to school (especially down the hill to Elm Grove, but also up the hill to St Lukes) It is therefore especially important to try to calm and reduce the traffic on this street.

Exiting either Amber Fields development or Sonora Way is very dangerous due to traffic travelling via Quinton Rd. is not slowing down to the speed limit of 30MPH. Some traffic calming upgrades / adjustments required ASAP

Filter needed to ensure width restriction prevents HGV's using narrow residential street as rat run. Must allow passage of buses.

Traffic calming needed to reduce speed of vehicles entering residential area and accident rate.

Traffic calming needed to reduce speed of vehicles entering the residential area.

The pedestrian crossings which link the Meads and Bobbing on this roundabout are unsafe because of the speed of traffic and unsafe design. It is also have unsafe for cyclists because of poor lane marking and high speeds.

Narrow road through residential area. Speed limit of 30 mph ignored. Rat run with very narrow pavement. Used as a diversion for the A249 even though it does not reach KCC criteria for this.

This is a rat run and leads to a primary school. Speeds are too high, traffic volume too high. Pavements dissapear and pedestrians need to cross the road several times to access the school.

Road crossing it's used by pedestrians on a daily bases but the traffic can be dangerous from the roundabout as you cant see them coming round the corner

Speed bumps needed instead of traffic calming as cars speed and swerve along beacon road. Speed bumps would slow cars more. Currently dangerous as it’s a residential area and cars speed as the road is straight and long. People use it as a ... [more]

Beacon road and ash tree land dangerous junction. Traffic needs slowing down or better junction installed. Visibility poor at junction.

Dangerous junction coming out of petrol station /McDonald’s. Junction needs improvement or Sheppey way needs to calm the traffic to slow it down

Widen before the roundabout and Two lanes clearly pained

Some kind of traffic filter and extra speed bumps or cameras needed as cars travel too fast along Quinton road where children walk to school

Incredibly dangerous section of road outside the school when hundreds of children and parents are crossing at drop-off and pick-up. Suggest traffic ban during these times to improve safety.

Incredibly dangerous section of road outside the school when hundreds of children and parents are crossing at drop-off and pick-up. Suggest traffic ban during these times to improve safety.

How can one disagree with a point on the map? I don't think allowing cycling both ways on the High Street is a good idea

Foot/cycle bridge - and well signed diversion of cycle route between Graz station and the city centre.

Well signed diversion of cycle route between Graz station and the city centre.

No Entry except cycles x2 - and well signed diversion of cycle route between Graz station and the city centre.

Well signed diversion of cycle route between Graz station and the city centre.

Compulsory traffic turn signage needed at junction of Welford Pl with Welford Rd to prevent vehicles treating it as a give way, and queueing. Often to cross over to far lanes. Traffic should be required to turn left into first lane then mov ... [more]

Stop sign required at junction of Chatham Str and Granby Str to prevent vehicles colliding with pedestrians crossing

Stop sign required at junction of York Str and Granby Str to prevent vehicles colliding with pedestrians crossing

New right turn from Northampton Str onto Granby Str has no Give Way or other method of slowing down traffic, meaning vehicles turn at speed without regard to cyclists and pedestrians on junction. Only a matter of time before there is an acc ... [more]

Action needed to prevent constant stream of vehicles parking on new wider pavements and even across cycle lane adjacent to McDonald's. Despite contrasting surface colouration, lowered kerbs mean drivers often seem not to distinguish between ... [more]

Market Street has become a car park, with vehicles routinely ignoring signage and pedestrianised status, and parking along length of street

Automatic bollard(s) required at junction of Loseby Lane and St Martins to prevent vehicles ignoring No Entry signs and entering Loseby Lane from Greyfriars.

Give priority to uphill traffic, not downhill at this pinch point.

Roadworks in Paris - it's already a pedestrian/cycles only area, how much better will it get?

Low traffic neighborhood filter required due to frequent rat running.

Low traffic neighborhood required due to nearby school, residential areas and shops.

Close the road off around school opening/closing times to encourage safe active travel for pupils.

Low traffic neighborhood can be assigned as a signposted route for cyclists. The road is almost perfect for cycling due to low traffic.

Low traffic neighborhood traffic filter to prevent rat running as a cheaper alternative to having a cycle track along Vauxhall Way.

Improved priorities at toucan crossing - the lights should shorten the wait for pedestrians and cyclists and pair both sets of lights into one joined signal.

National Cycle Network Route 1. It is a narrow, undulating country lane with poor visibility that is used as a cut through by traffic avoiding the A2.

This is the alignment of National Cycle Network Route 1. It is a narrow, undulating country lane with poor visibility that is used as a cut through by traffic avoiding the A2.

Close this disused road to motorised traffic

This road has been superseded by the newer A249 therefore could be closed to through traffic

Market day closure to motor vehicles, Saffron Walden

Market day closure to motor vehicles, Saffron Walden

Closed route due to setting up the Big Weekend on Parker's Piece, Cambridge

Oh good. Cobbles https://t.co/jb9o6qoSez

Trees removed

Supposedly access only, but regularly used as a rat-run. Suggest a camera system for enforcement.

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