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Pathway from Longcliffe Rd to Belton Lane on west side of A607 is pedestrian only (or has it been changed) as it's too narrow for cyclist as well. I have confronted cyclists using it and my wife had an accident on the path with a fast movin ... [more]

Path or cycle route needed, slower speed limit. Lots of people walking and cycling to and from the village for work, school.

Pedestrian crossing from the library to the park entrance

Remove the free parking from one side of the street in order to widen the footpaths and add a contraflow cycle lane

Low concrete bollard 40cm high on key footpath towards community centre is a hazard to pedestrians as it is below eye height (shin cracking level) . I advise remove it as a hazard

[Image taken 8.5.22] NCN65, York. [Note: No street view at this location.] A moving cyclist requires around 1m of lateral space. On a track just 1.65m that doesn't leave room to pass any other user easily. The lack of vertical features alon ... [more]

[Image taken 8.5.22] Looking towards York on NCN65. Position very approximate. [Note: No street view at this location.] A runner shows how narrow the original route is... just 1.65cm. Despite this being very popular, a national route, and o ... [more]

[Image taken 8.5.22] Looking away from York towards the temporary path on NCN65. Position very approximate. [Note: No street view at this location.] A clear faultline between old (damaged) and new (pristine) tarmac. Until around January 202 ... [more]

Reinstate footpath that was removed when the traffic lights went in.

Improvements to lane - large puddle here after rain

Improvements to footpath

The pavement here is pretty narrow. Only one person at a time can fit down the narrowest part of this pavement and anyone passing them from the other direction would have to step out into the road in order to get around them.

[Image taken 23.4.22] New Lane, junction with Malton Road, Huntington, York. A substandard (very narrow) link (with a very tight turn) from the ASL (see: #181984 and links) on New Lane to the eastern side of Malton Road. Other images in oth ... [more]

Continue use of disused railway to Countesthorpe to provide circular leisure and travel options

Hazardous, slippery-when-wet manhole cover on steep incline. More than a few people have gone tits -over-ass here. just waiting to see an old woman with brittle bones stack it

Footpath / cycle path better signage needed here

Footpath / cycle path needed through here

Footpath along busy road needed for end of this footpath

Great recent path along canal towpath

New bridge completed but still not officially opened

Pavement through Rowlands Gill village centre is too narrow and can be intimidating, especially with the high volume of HGV traffic.

Just on this corner, the path bottlenecks from both directions and so in the summer when it is busy, people are clambering around each other to get past one another.

Narrow this bellmouth. Far too wide for pedestrians and encourages speeding traffic.

The path from the Forth & Clyde Canal footbridge at Old Farm Road over to Netherton Road is in a very poor condition (still). What doesn't show up in the photograph is the step between the asphalt surface and the washed-out unsealed path.

I'm still none the wiser as to why the path going around the outside of the fenced playpark has been surfaced with pebbles in a plastic mesh (see #175035). This is not easy to cycle on.

Too much pavement parking blighting the street scene and causing accessibility issues

Remove the discriminatory barrier here that is difficult/impossible for some people to use. It is unclear what problem it is solving.

Expand and improve public right of way network to create a traffic-free route from Chopwell Woods to the rest of High Spen

Dangerous speeding cars all along Lodge Avenue in Collingtree, mainly during school drop-off/pick up times. Pedestrians (including children and the elderly) are at severe risk at this location as drivers continually speed despite the conges ... [more]

Unsafe bridleway between Collingtree and East Hunsbury. Lone female pedestrians feel at greatest risk here, especially in the dark winter mornings and evenings. Better lighting and CCTV is needed all along this route.

Homeowners trees overhanging the pathway.

Needs at least a zebra crossing here to enable people to access the station on this fast busy road. Too many people driving too fast.

Incredibly dangerous intersection, poor visibility, lots of speeding, pedestrians in danger crossing N-S Falling Lane and E-W Otterfield Road

The pavement on the east side of Wakefield Road is too narrow for many people to pass, especially given the amount of street furniture and reffuse and recycling bins. This is particularly pressing given that the road is used as a rat-run by ... [more]

Pavement is narrow, plants are not cut and it obstructs, and Pavement is not at all clean. Further on Sunday morning, it's not even possible to walk as cars are parked here.

Footway width is very dangerous and narrow. Pedestrians often have to wait at either end of the tunnel if someone is walking already walking under the tunnel

Zebra crossing is desperately needed outside the school entrance

Pavement width on the corner is less than a metre and is extremely dangerous, especially during the school times

Pavement parking is a serious issue for people walking.. I walk to school everyday with a buggy. It's not a comfortable experience at all. No room on pavements any more in Luton.

Existing grass path often very muddy and waterlogged - needs upgrading between Wood Lane and A151.

Problem with night time parking. Parking on the pavement and therefore no space for pedestrians. Danger for vehicles coming around the corner. Tight squeeze in very busy road. Accident waiting to happen. No thought to any other road users.

The train station and the car park should have better internal connected provision and facility for walking.

Footpath and cycle path needed. 20 mph speed limit

End of the narrow footway alongsidge Belton Lane, Grantham.

Narrow footway alongsidge Belton Lane, Grantham.

Narrow footway alongsidge Belton Lane, Grantham.

Narrow footway alongsidge Belton Lane, Grantham.

[Image taken 22.2.22] Water Lane, York. Visible patches/repairs and new damage. Context: #179276, and links.

[Image taken 22.2.22] Rawcliffe Bar Park & Ride, Rawcliffe, York. Context and location: #179276, also links.

Corner cutting tracks in the grass. See #175493.

There is mud in bad weather conditions, there is no room to pass others because the path is narrow and there is garbage in the bushes that should be cut. Also manage the path with other shrubs or plants and this can be taken into account ... [more]

There is no crossing here

As part of the DART it would be good to be able to cross the train line here to cut down on walking time from Kimpton Road to Gipsy Lane especially with all the new developments

There is no footpath along this stretch of the busway which would cut time walking to the town center

There needs to be some sort of fence between Hatters Way and the walk/ cycle way as there’s no protection at all

Pavement is always blocked by parked cars. Unable to get wheelchair past them without joining the road.

Pavement should be lowered to merge on/off road better for seamless connection onto path connecting Luton-Dunstable Cycleway

Shared-use path not possible to join due to raised curb and extremely narrow path on corner.

Assuming that the Trinity Road quietway becomes permanent, a formal crossing here will aid the primary school children to cross from Trinity Road (and from other routes south of Wethered Rd) to the school.

There should be a formal crossing across High Street south of Pound Lane.

Pelican crossing needs phasing improved in favour of pedestrians - and could benefit from upgrade to a puffin.

A crossing is needed on Wycombe Road by the junction of Oak Tree / Maple Rise. This route is heavily used by primary school children having to negotiate rush hour traffic which rarely stops to let them across.

There is no path along part of Newlands Rd. This is a very busy road and I have had to walk in the road. A cycle path along here would also be good.

Parking on the pavement and blocking the cycle lane is a constant headache here

The pedestrian road crossing is on a blind bend.

Dangerous drivers jumping traffic-lights at junction of Marsh Wall and Westferry Road, E14. Crossing is too close to the edge of the junction and many drivers (including HGVs and buses) just drive straight through even when the lights are o ... [more]

Change of priority on junction of Windingbrook Lane and new Collingtree housing estate. No new pavements, no cycle paths nor traffic lights have been installed on the approach roads to this estate despite hundreds of houses being built whic ... [more]

Dangerous and inconsiderate parking outside East Hunbury Primary School on Penvale Road.

Unsafe parkland/woodland paths. This area is unsafe for lone and vulnerable residents/walkers (especially women and children) due to anti-social activity and crime. I would not venture into this area on my own even in the daytime due to fea ... [more]

Unsafe parkland/woodland paths. This area is unsafe for lone and vulnerable residents/walkers (especially women and children) due to anti-social activity, drug-taking and crime. I would not venture into this area on my own even in the dayti ... [more]

Unsafe parkland/woodland paths. This area is unsafe for lone and vulnerable residents/walkers (especially women and children) due to anti-social activity and crime. I would not venture into this area on my own even in the daytime due to fea ... [more]

Unsafe alleyway. This area is unsafe for lone and vulnerable residents/walkers (especially women and children) due to lack of streetlighting, plus anti-social activity and crime. I would not venture into this area on my own even in the dayt ... [more]

Unsafe underpass and parkland/woodland paths. This area is unsafe for lone and vulnerable residents/walkers (especially women and children) due to anti-social activity and crime. I would not venture into this area on my own even in the dayt ... [more]

Unsafe parkland/woodland paths. This area is unsafe for lone and vulnerable residents/walkers (especially women and children) due to anti-social activity and crime. I would not venture into this area on my own even in the daytime due to fea ... [more]

Unsafe parkland/woodland paths. This area is unsafe for lone and vulnerable residents/walkers (especially women and children) due to anti-social activity and crime. I would not venture into this area on my own even in the daytime due to fea ... [more]

Unsafe parkland/woodland paths. This area is unsafe for lone and vulnerable residents/walkers (especially women and children) due to anti-social activity and crime. I would not venture into this area on my own even in the daytime due to fea ... [more]

Unsafe area due to limited street lighting and dense wooded area on the side where the pavement is located which leads to very icy pavement. Vulnerable and lone pedestrians feel unsafe when walking along this steep pavement (even in the day ... [more]

All streetlighting was completely removed by the local council from this stretch of road (between Hunsbury Hill Road and Ladybridge Drive, NN4) in 2016 and has never been replaced. Lone and vulnerable pedestrians (especially women and child ... [more]

Change time taken for lights to change from red man to green man. Current wait time is very long. Make the lights change immediately.

Add in a push-button crossing here so people walking and cycling to the new leisure centre can cross safely if coming from Broom Leys Road area.

As you approach this bridge from the Tesco Express side you can't see who is on it. Sometimes you can come across some unsavoury characters. Provide alternative crossings or address vegetation for a clearer view on the approach.

There is no separation between pedestrians and the traffic passing by at 40mph. It could do with better safety and some pleasant greening. Also further widening or marking for cyclists as there is just enough room for a cyclist to pass a pe ... [more]

The new pavement here is missing from the map.

There is no pavement linking the footpaths in this section! The track is across mud and grass.

Parking on pavements block access for disabled and pushchairs, needs complete rethink now supermarket is there and not enough parking at all the shops

Take the barrier down so it's easier to cross the road at desire line

Need to build a path here to get down from the grassy mound!

This is where you want to cross the road when walking from the hospital to West Quay Road. You get forced to the crossing then get stuck in Barclays

Open up a crossing over under the railway

Repair and resurface the running track for a safe place to exercise.

Large number of broken street lights on path. The lights on the road have been replaced with new lights, but lights on the path have been ignored.

It is difficult to safely cross this road, with vehicles turning in without signalling, and blocking the way while waiting to turn out

This B road (B434) on the boundary of Ludlow and Middleton village is very narrow especially on bends and could do with widening at these points as it is difficult for drivers to see walkers and cyclists and nowhere to get out of their way ... [more]

Needs dropped crossing point for Peds with push chairs, wheel chair users. Also better and clearer signs warning other road users of cyclists entering or leaving the underpass below Toneway.

Desperate need for a pedestrian crossing here to support the Primary School and local housing.

Improve access to this footpath

Junction narrowing needed to reduce crossing distance and continuous/ blended crossing needed (good examples in Crawcrook and Prudhoe)

Junction narrowing needed to reduce crossing distance outside the school and continuous/ blended crossing needed (good examples in Crawcrook and Prudhoe)

Continuous/ blended crossing needed (good examples in Crawcrook and Prudhoe)

Junction narrowing needed to reduce crossing distance and continuous/ blended crossing needed (good examples in Crawcrook and Prudhoe)

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