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The pavement at the top of Fore Street is far too narrow by the old church. People cannot pass eachother

Very narrow pavement on one side of the road, barely wide enough to walk along (approx 1-2ft) on a very narrow 2-way road.

Narrow and overhanging briars.

Paths on both sides of the canal at Linnvale have bumpy surfaces.

The path on the north side of the Forth & Clyde Canal at Linnvale has a loose gravel surface, while the direct route to Strauss Avenue is just a grass path.

Sign post here the path at the end of the road, missed it before now despite looking for it.

Add better signposting

Need signposting so you can walk to the hospital entrance from the park

Thank you for putting in an exit from the graveyard!

Keep the permitted path open for longer and make it more obvious for those who don't know about it

Need an obvious path from Baiter shore to skatepark plus a sign to the subway

Needs to be a sign to the subway

Footpath has been fenced in and is now very narrow made it very difficult in recent times to pas safely

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Stupid stepped ramp bridge - a masterpiece of inaccessibility. This design makes it difficult for any wheeled users. There are steep steps at the other end too.

The pavement is too narrow for the amount of people that walk on it. Some people actually step on the road to walk around others.

Double yellow lines need re-painting. Cars frequently park on pavement and blockpavement forcing pedestrians to walk round the cars. More frequent patrols by traffic wardens

Surface under bridge is appalling

Cars blocking pavement

Currently the footway is far too narrow, it needs to be widened to encourage walking and cycling between Dobbies and Spencer's Wood.

As you exit the bridge, there is a high curb if you wish to turn right, and a sloped path if you want to turn left. I have no idea how wheelchair users might navigate this. Cyclists either have to go over the steep curb to turn right, or go ... [more]

Path narrows down along turn from Banbury Rd to Elsfield Way, blind corner, have had face-on collisions with other cyclists here.

Needs a formal crossing

Needs a formal crossing

Needs a formal crossing

Needs a formal crossing

Needs a formal crossing

Needs a formal crossing

Needs a formal crossing

Needs a formal crossing

Needs a formal crossing

Needs a formal crossing

Needs a formal crossing

Improve bridleway here over stream

This is not a cycleway. It is dangerous coming down with a heavy bike, even walking. And pushing one up? Whoever designated this a cycleway is an idiot.

Very poor condition track barely cyclable. Good for mountain bikes, nothing else.

The Angel Cycleway path is not great through Wrekenton and this is one of the better bits

Coming from the seafront, you have to stick your head out in to the road to see what traffic is coming from Chestnut Avenue which is often busy. Crossing Chestnut Avenue and Falkland Rd going to or from seafront is dangerous. Have a proper ... [more]

Very small traffic island for pedestrians crossing, and very little time to cross between cars from Torquay and cars from Kings Drive. Allow more time?

The direct path from Byshot Street to Finlas Street has steps. There is also a rough path around the steps, seen to the right, but this is very uneven, overgrown, and best avoided if cycling. The area around Byshot Street has been abandoned ... [more]

Too narrow for the hundreds of children and parents walking to two secondary and three primary schools.

Single track bridge providing access to the town including HGV's, separate pedestrian/cycle bridge needed

The foot paths on both sides are so over grown here! When it rains the branches from the trees hang so low you have to walk around them, can't walk on the verge because its too overgrown and also full of animal fouling and broken glass, hav ... [more]

Pavement to be made to enable pedestrians to continue walking along to Little Woodcote Wood and out o across to telegraph track

A pedestrian crossing is needed for both cycles and pedestrians - cyclists tend to use Upperton Road, which is dangerous, pedestrians need a crossing too.

Traffic through the park is unnecessary and dangerous. This is a shared footway, and not wide enough for people and cars, especially wheelchairs and buggies, the suggestion is to only use this for weddings and special events, otherwise nor ... [more]

Pavement needs to be widened on both sides of Bluebell Road. The north side pavement is too narrow for walkers passing each other and for children to walk beside parents pushing buggies

Trim hedges along this part of Town Close Road.

Very dangerous crossing point for walkers/ cyclist.

Delivery vans parking on the pavement close to the cycle parking and the entrance for vehicles to the Quayside car parking and where the Punt Touts stand. All this makes it virtually impossible to just walk down the street, usually forced t ... [more]

Dropped kerbs required to provide road crossing for all.

Dropped kerb required to access path to park (on desire line).

Dropped kerbs required to improve pedestrian (& kids on bikes/scooters) access to primary school. Come on guys sort it out..

This junction prioritises vehicles over pedestrians and it is confusing and unsafe for pedestrians crossing the road. It requires more conventional traffic priorities so as to be less confusing

Overgrown bushes have narrowed pavement unpassable. No pavement on other side of road. Have to walk on road

Lack of pedestrian crossing between river/student flats and hotels/Coldhams Lane/Beehive Centre means dangerous crossing of Newmarket Road. Traffic light filtering and road layout has room for 2-part pedestrian crossing with island without ... [more]

Well used shared cycle path needs re-surfacing to better standard, utilise developer monies.

Hedge needs cutting back - reducing pavement width by about a foot

This is a semi decent pathway for walkers and cyclists however in some areas it is very dangerous with exposed stone. I can imagine walkers tripping and cyclists doing damage to their bikes if not falling. Some repair would be helpful.

Update: On 23.6.21 the CYC barricades had gone. The Openreach works remain in situ. [Image taken 21.6.21] Crichton Avenue/Burton Stone Lane, York. The two barricades (marked CYC - City of York Council) from: #170486 have been relocated to t ... [more]

Road surface broken up causing cyclists to swerve to avoid - from bottom of the hill, to the top.

Some kind of path nearer the river - no one can walk near it as it is private land - such a shame.

Some kind of walk nearer the River Wensum would be lovely. We have this lovely river but the land is all privately owned and fenced off - no one can walk near the river - such a shame.

Path needed to link Taverham and Costessey. It is walked by lots of people but there is no path so you have to walk in the road. A cycle path would be great too as it is cycled by commuters, school children and leisure cyclists but it is ve ... [more]

Taverham Lane/Costessey Road - there is no path. A path is needed as Taverham and Costessey route is walked by lots of people but you have to go on the road. This route is also used by many cyclists - commuters, school children and leisure ... [more]

Taverham Lane/Costessey Road - there is no path. A path is needed as Taverham and Costessey route is walked by lots of people but you have to go on the road. This route is also used by many cyclists - commuters, school children and leisure ... [more]

There has been great work to the Bull Plain crossing with Maidenhead Street but some drivers do not take care when crossing and travel much too fast when approaching - is there something that could be done - to persuade car drivers to take ... [more]

Mablethorpe is a one road town, any ideas which would cause any obstruction on the high street to the traffic will cause utter chaos and grid lock the town!

Whoever keeps coming up with these unworkable and silly ideas, needs sacking!

More crossing areas needed along the High Street which is very wide. This would be welcomed by shoppers and businesses. A 20 mph Zone wouldn't hurt either.

Widen Pavements to where road is narrowed already by paint. Also reduce speed limit to 20 mph particularly as a vehicle has been driven into the side of a building on the junction.

There is a well used "natural path" across the grass from St Luke's Church towards the bus stop. Can this be made into a well defined metalled path and the grass replanted beside the path? It needs to be side enough for tweo or even three ... [more]

The pavement is too narrow here outside the pub on the corner at the bottom of Islingword Street even when the pub benches are not being used. Add a build-out on Islingword Street round this corner to allow passers-by to pass by without ... [more]

Add a build-out outside this cafe (La Famille) on Islingword Road to allow people to sit outside and socialise safely while letting passers-by pass by without stepping into the road.

Widen the pavement by adding a build out that goes from the Pharmacy to the corner on Queen's Park Road, to allow room for the the queue to the pharmacy and the post office and for people to congregate and socialise safely while letting pas ... [more]

Add a build-out outside the Constant Service pub on the corner of Islingword Road and Southampton Street to allow people to congregate and socialise safely while letting drivers see better at the corner and let passers-by pass by without ... [more]

Add a build-out to widen the pavement on Southover Street outside this Takeaway (China Star) and the Convenience Store next door, so there is room for people to queue outside, to wait outside while their takeaway order is being prepared, a ... [more]

Add a build-out outside the Haus on the Hill on Toronto Terrace and on Southover Street to allow people to congregate and socialise safely while letting passers-by pass by without stepping into the road.

Add a build-out to widen the pavement on Southover Street outside this Fish and Chip shop (Sea Breeze) on Islingword Road so there is room for people to queue or wait outside while their order is being prepared, and for passers-by to pass ... [more]

Add a build-out outside the Dover Castle on Islingword Street and on Southover to allow people to congregate and socialise safely while letting passers-by pass by without stepping into the road.

Add a build-out to widen the pavement outside the Lord Napier on Southover Road and Southampton Street so there is room for people congregate and socialise safely and allow passers-by to pass by wothout stepping into the road.

Add a build-out to widen the pavement outside this Convenience Store on Washington Street and Southover Road so there is room for people to come out of the shop without bumping into passers-by and room to queue outside.

Add a build-out to widen the pavement outside this Convenience Store on Islingword Road so there is room for people to come out of the shop without bumping into passers-by and room to queue outside.

Add a build-out to widen the pavement outside The Village, on Coleman Street and Islingword Road, so there is room for people to sit / congregate outside this meeting place while allowing passers-by to pass by without going into the road.

Add a build-out to widen the pavement outside The Greys and The Geese, on Southov er and on Coleman Street, so there is room for people to sit / congregate outside these meeting places while allowing passers-by to pass by without going i ... [more]

Add a build-out to widen the pavement outside the community centre so there is room for people coming out of the centre especially those with pushchairs while allowing passers-by to pass by without going into the road..

Pavement too narrow on most of east side of Church Street. Dangerous

The road width and parking area around the junctions in the market square are far too wide, it's over 40 to cross between the pavements. Market square should be pedestrianised and pavements provided around all the parking areas to provide s ... [more]

There is no footpath on this section of road so people squeeze along a narrow verge. A footpath could be installed to connect the footpaths either side of this section of road.

Pavement is too narrow, people often step into the road to distance from other pedestrians or pushchairs

The unclassified Langley Road is a "rat-run" for vehicles avoiding the parallel Hempstead Road. Traffic regularly exceeds 30mph in this residential road yet the pavements are very narrow. It is in an area with a high proportion of carehomes ... [more]

No footpath one side and not wide enough. Cyclists use pavement as road doesn’t feel safe.

Why is junction so wide? Makes it hard for Ed Peake School children to cross.

Narrow footway. Should be one way with space made for safe walking and cycling.

A desire line formed by pedestrians walking from Dalintober Street to Carnoustie Street. There is a pedestrian crossing at the traffic signals ahead, but the paving slabs take an indirect route there.

Pedestrian crossing for greater pedestrian safety and to support all businesses.

Remove free car parking and use the extra space for a wider pavement outside shops and to install a pavement on the other side of the road to help businesses. Also removing localised air pollution in a narrow street.

Bins hazardous difficult manoeuvring wheelchair/pushchair, even walking past when someone coming other way. Motor cycles parking on paths.

Through traffic is fast, lots of bumping up on pavement to get to parking. Uber type taxis waiting in road idling engine- worse in winter! Using road as a taxi rank....

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