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Add dropped kerb and widen path to shared cycle standard

This footpath is less than a meter wide and has a bus stop. It needs to double in width which could easily be accommodated by removing the central hash lines in the middle of the road. These central lines only encourage faster traffic speed ... [more]

The flooding needs sorting!

No pedestrian access to Westmill from Buntingford, need better pathway and crossing OR new public footpath from Haley's Hill ditch pathway where it meets A10 to Westmill from west side of A10 after crossing to Westmill Road

Link west side of playing field to Aspenden via new public footpath for easier access from new fairview estate etc

Pavement has no segregation from A10, extremely busy, lots of noise and drag from passing traffic and dangerous for cyclists and walkers, especially children.

This path leads to A10 and is very busy to London Road roundabout. Could a new public footpath be instated along the farmland boundary with new bridge over Haley's Hill Ditch to link to bottom of Stearn Way or Castle Grove to ease access to ... [more]

Regular puddle on shared path

Keep foot ferry open

Uneven footpath

This path isn't quite wide enough for people to pass socially-distanced let alone when you factor in families, dogwalkers, cyclists etc. The path should be widened.

The pavement here is far too narrow for people walking past to socially-distance, let alone for all the visitors to the facility. This pushes people into the road. A comprehensive redesign of this area is needed.

This is another pinchpoint making social distancing difficult. A keep to the left policy should be encouraged.

There is no direct link on foot from Skegness Road to Fishers Green Road going North-east or East. When the next relevant development takes place in this area a planning obligation to provide a connection should be secured. It will save ... [more]

It is not easy to get up and down from Fairview Road to the path alongside the A1072 above. A flight of steps would be really useful as it would shorten lots of foot journeys.

There is a gate here which is restrictive and requires handling so not COVID-safe. Replace with something else.

The bridge is a bit of a pinch point for social distancing. Making sure there is space at each end and that people don't linger, or else encouraging people to stick to the left would be good.

Very dangerous junction for children/parents crossing to & from school. Visibility bad up New Road when crossing from east to west. Some sort of crossing is needed to prevent an accident. Hair raising when you child starts to walk independe ... [more]

To incorporate a pavement, make the traffioc one way along this section of road (between Station Road and New Road) & then the traffic in the other direction can access via Adele Avenue

A pavement between the junction at New Road and the footpath just north of St Ives Close is needed as infant/primary school children walk to school here and the road in narrow.

The footpath is set on the flood wall which is only 300mm wide. Clearly an error on the definitive map but it needs rectifying!

It is dangerous for pedestrians. It is a country crossroad. A lot pf people walk down Westwick Row and where it joins Green Lane and Buncefileld Lane there is no proper pavement. Drivers use Green Lane as a branch off from the M1 . Speed ... [more]

Most of the paths in Hampson Park are not wide enough to allow social distancing and not comprehensive enough to enable a good exercise route on a suitable surface all year round. A footpath improvement plan should be developed and consulte ... [more]

The pavement is missing meaning people have to walk in carriageway or criss-cross the road on a bend near junctions.

Desire line which is often founderous and would benefit from surfacing to assist pedestrian access for circular routes and to Crooked Billet PH

There is insufficient width for social distancing and only one suitable pavement. The solution should be subject to further consultation.

A raised table at this Stone Street junction would make Princes Road safer by calming traffic, especially for walking to school

A raised table at the gates of Richmond Street park would make pedestrians safer - very popular route for walking parallel to the polluted from busy traffic Hartshill bank. Would make children visits to the playground safer. Some drivers go ... [more]

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- reconnect missing section

Improve & widen towpath - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Harpenden's Wheathampstead road between long bufflers and pipers lane needs a pavement. This would enable people to have long country walks but to come back safely. This short section on Wheathampstead road is busy with cars and narrow s ... [more]

Clear scrub/low hanging trees and widen path to accommodate cycles and pedestrians between rousebarn and next lock

This crossroads is a busy nodal point for people walking, to schools, and facilities in Penkhull, a raised table would calm road traffic to make the whole junction and surrounding streets safer.

Shared path ends before useful link to off road route across to university. could be extended to link Kilburn Rd to Hospital Fields junction

Canal towpath is very poor throughout Hemel and Berkhamsted. Very muddy, pot holes narrow with overgrown hedges. The whole length needs to be improved for walking and cycling which avoids busy roads

Needs a path putting in to create a safe pedestrian crossing point, across Eastman Way

This very busy and well worn muddy track needs a permanent tarmac path putting down

This very busy and well worn muddy track needs a permanent tarmac path putting down

The path is narrow. The road is narrow. Vehicles pass dangerously close to pedestrians - including kids going to school. Vehicles often mount the (narrow) pathway to pass each other. 1. Widen the pavement from Station Road to the A1000 ro ... [more]

There is a section of hard-standing which is not maintained and does not fit in with the other grassed areas along Hatfield Road. There is a police camera van that uses the hard-standing once a month for an hour to catch speeding cars. can ... [more]

Muddy rutty path. Improve with all-weather wide surface

Road has no pavement! Build one to enable families to walk safely and avoid the cars.

Very wet and muddy bridleway which gets used regularly by motorbikes

Very muddy bridleway which has been wrecked by people on motorbikes that use the area regularly

Very muddy bridleway which has been wrecked by people on motorbikes

Link between old railway line and new bridleway, often used by motorbikes which have created ruts.

Uneven park Very fast cars Huge traffic issues on weekend as park car park isn't big enough or manned by wardens Need speed bumps or width restriction

Uneven park Very fast cars Huge traffic issues on weekend as park car park isn't big enough or manned by wardens Need speed bumps or width restriction

Very muddy bridleway through Welbeck estate. Too bad to cycle easily. A great link from Creswell Crags to Clumber Park though.

Very muddy bridleway through Welbeck estate. It's very often muddy here and on this occasion it was too bad to cycle on

The pavement cannot be used due to the tree growing out of the pavement outside Devon Court, forcing pedestrians into the road. can the pavement be fixed?

The Alban Way is very busy, particularly during lockdown. Cyclists go very fast past pedestrians and children on bikes - it would be much safer if the path was wider with separate sides for walking and cycling

Road is home to access to a park, a school and a train station. Huge volumes of people on bikes with prams and very dangerous due to high speed cars. More safety needed.

Needs footbridge across lock

Needs footbridge beside railway

No cycling signs please!!

Obstructive barrier. Need level access to path and wider to enable cycling too

From Anchorage Road to Farlington the pavement is not wide enough for both cyclists and pedestrians. Cyclists cannot use the road as it is too busy and too dangerous with the large vehicles used.

Canal path is in complete disrepair - improve for use by pedestrians and cycles

Canal path is in complete disrepair - improve for use by pedestrians and cycles

Canal path is in complete disrepair - improve for use by pedestrians and cycles

Add pedestrian bridge

Improve & widen towpath - needs resurfacing - for bikes and pedestrians

Improve & widen towpath - needs resurfacing - for bikes and pedestrians

Improve towpath - needs resurfacing - for bikes and pedestrians

Reopen centre of bridge for cycles and pedestrians

Re-open bridge for cyclists & pedestrians

Re-instate footpath across bottom of car park

Re-instate footpath across bottom of car park

Re-instate footpath across bottom of car park

The lighting along this section of path is very bad - the lamp posts are overgrown with trees blocking light and one light is actually turned facing the trees and not lighting the path!!!

A pedestrian phase for even one of the crossings would be welcome. But in Bromley, it is as likely as finding unicorn poo.

The Maylands Ave cycle path just stops on this corner - the rest of the path between Maylands and Leverstock Green Road is rough and narrow and has several obstacles. Cycle path just needs extending down to the Leverstock Green Road junctio ... [more]

The path between Bohemia & Jupiter drive needs to be widened to make a safe cycle route for Highfield users to get to the Queensway pedestrian crossing, then over to the existing cycle path at Great Road

The path in front of Palmers is always blocked by parked cars, forcing pedestrians onto the grass or the road and making it impossible to socially distance - needs double yellow lines & bollards to keep the path free

Pavement needed to west side of B6354 from Mansefield Road to Hiveacres Road

Pavement needed on east side of A698 Ord Drive

Pavement needed on west side of A1167 Sunnyside Cut

Pavement needed on west side of Osborne Road at junction with Ord Drive

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