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Please install a footpath over the grass area connecting the existing paths alongside the fence line of the college grounds from the hospital roundabout to Loxton Rd. This is the route everyone takes & it is impassable after rain.

Desire line towards the new Civil Engineering building - not surprising, as they've deliberately made cycle access really hard from the north/west.

Desire line towards the new Civil Engineering building - not surprising, as they've deliberately made cycle access really hard from the north/west.

Can take over 1.5 minutes to cross. Not enough room for cyclists and prams. No protection from traffic that can be very fast. Two sets of lights to cross.

Clear desire line for a link from Great Western Road to NCN route 41 on the former Cheltenham-Honeybourne railway

Very obvious desire line for a link from the Cheltenham-Honeybourne route to Great Western Road

Pavement needed on this side of the road. There is nowhere to cross between The George and Beggar Bush Lane meaning dodging bramble bushes. Very dangerous.

Pavement needed on this side of the road as dangerous to get to bus stop; impossible to cross the road - it's like trying to cross the M5!

Pavements in this area are very narrow, making it necessary for pedestrians to cross the street. The road is fairly wide here - pavements should be widened to encourage walking

Since the footpath was diverted following tree planting, there is no opening gate or even a stile allowing you to enter/exit. This should be addressed, or the original footpath reinstated.

Lack of safe pedestrian and cycling access. Cars could be given passing zones and sections of single carriageway. From the primary school to Yatton High Street a wider flatter continuous pavement is needed plus speed restriction and HGV … [more]

Safe pedestrian route alongside road connecting A369 to Portbury village and accessing two public footpaths en route.

Dangerous road: safe pedestrian route alongside road to bus stops and connecting with footpath at top of hill . -required.

A pavement here would link these two small but isolated communities

This style has been changed to a closed gate which means it is not accessible to people with limited mobility or parents with push chairs. This needs to be replaced with an opening gate

Start of the 20mph zone when coming from the Wells Road/W Dundry Lane

There should be a footpath through this field from Beechcroft to the Village Hall, Sports Fields and Pre-School on Crabtree Lane. This is essential, as we have no pavements on Church Road, Downs Road and much of Crabtree Lane. A footpath … [more]

Narrow road. No pavements. Dangerous for pedestrians

Supposedly only a footpath alongside the tramway

Kerb upstand is not sufficient. Parked cars on the inside of the bend and two way traffic makes some drivers feel the need to mount the pavement which is a safety concern for pedestrians

Hedge takes up lots of room on pavement. Usually a campervan here which makes walking through tricky

Pavement very narrow, only way to pass people is by crossing or walking in the carriageway

Have drop curve to allow wheelchair access to Strawberry Line extension through Chestnut Park

The stile is not accessible to those with mobility problems. It needs replacing with a gate.

Fix the pavement here as it floods in winter and also puddles on the road and makes the grass sodden so all round very unpleasant for pedestrians

Dropped kerb and proper refuge on this junction which is massively difficult for pedestrians

This school lane is a rat run, especially at school times. Cars travel too fast along this narrow road with a blind corner and no pavement in sections! I would like to see this road made one way and pavements added or close road completely … [more]

The trees in the path are beautiful but this narrows the path and is uneven under foot or wheelchair. Widen this area and give room for the tree growth too. 😊

Bushes and hedges and no lights through lane

Wider pavements all along this road as it’s too dangerous with the number of children walking to and from school

Crossing needed here due to provider better and safer access to walking routes

Hedge needs trimming otherwise it restricts walking especially when brambles threaten to narrow path.

Hedgerows are old and need to be maintained - it's more of a problem that plant material is left to rot on the road and it gets very muddy at the margins, with only a narrow strip in between that is walkable.

Pedestrian/ bike path to the Park & Ride from the bike path, to save a long route round on the pavement by the main road.

Pavement needed on this side of road to get to Gateway bus stop. Resident has sustained permanent injury trying to get to bus stop and nearly being hit by vehicles.

No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.

No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.

No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.

This road is very narrow and cars travel in excess of 30mph regularly. I walk my grandchildren to / from school and it is very dangerous.

Additional bollards required to stop cars, trucks and lorries driving on the pavement

Cut back brambles so that people can walk and pass each other on this pavement

Pedestrian road crossing

Over 10,000 people work at Southmead Hospital and this route is a popular way in to the site. The common has limited paths and people need to walk/cycle on grass leaving muddy tracks. A wide, shared use path for walkers, cyclists and … [more]

Trim back hedges

Wider footpaths

Hedges need to be cut back to widen the path as you cannot pass if people are going in opposite direction

Hospital Road sign needed on both sides of the entrance to Hospital Road. Many deliveries and couriers find it difficult to find our street.

There needs to be a pavement here to allow pedestrian access to the public transport links at Flax bourton and Cambridge batch

Needs to be better maintained and widened for pedestrians.

My children catch the u2 bus back from school and use Hobbs Lane to get back in the village. Hedges need to be cut back to widen the path as you cannot pass if people are going in opposite direction.

A foot path/ pavement along the road leading out of village towards A370 linking up footpaths into the village from St Katherines Farm. Also maintain Hobbs Lane

Currently no bus service for Burrington & Rickford. Closest bus stop is Yew Tree Close on A38 - we need walking/cycling route to bus stop plus secure cycle parking at the stop - lots of space as large verge

[Image taken 25.1.23] Foss Islands Path junction with Wigginton Road link/Crichton Avenue/Denning’s Yard, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location] One of the artworks (www.kjartan.co.uk/blue%20pipes/index.htm) on the Foss Islands Path. … [more]

Cars always parked on pavement at this junction. Difficult for emergency vehicles. Make junction double yellow.

Footpath enters high street here. No visibility - needs pavement here to make it safer for pedestrians to join high street from footpath.

Cars speed up along this bit and there is no pavement. Safe haven needed for pedestrians.

There is no safe route from the pavement on Weston Road to Ashton Hill Wood and back. The only crossing point is on a blind corner where cars cannot see pedestrians and the pavement does not go to this crossing place. The problem could be … [more]

Please install 90-metres of pavement onto the existing grass verge from the end of the paved footway over Haberfield Bridge eastward up Haberfield Hill to where one would cross over to Pill Road. This would prove to be a great benefit to … [more]

Please install 35-metres of pavement onto the existing grass verge from the end of paved footway over Haberfield Bridge westward to the junction of Happerton Lane with the A369. And because this is an uphill gradient it could also be shared … [more]

Please install 30-metres of pavement onto the existing grass verge from the west end of the bus stop and up to the beginning of the layby. From that point one can cross over to the bridleway and footpath to Pill. This would prove to be a … [more]

Cars regularly park and block pavement. Needs double yellow lines and enforcement.

According to the OS Map there is a right of way from here to The Beach and it is one that I use occasionally. There is the evidence of a footpath sign here which has, however, been clearly ripped off its post. The owner of the house at the … [more]

This is part of the shortest footpath route from Failand to Tyntesfield/Nailsea. It needs a formal footpath to separate pedestrians from traffic between the Failand Inn & Horserace Lane. A route using the existing track from Flax Bourton Rd … [more]

Absolutely no thought for elderly and disabled, lost a place to park and see the sea

Absolutely no thought for elderly and disabled

The traffic moves too fast over the bridge towards the lights. The pavement is used by many pedestrians. Please can the traffic be slowed down. They accelerate when the lights are changing. The cycle path is so bad cyclists use the … [more]

Widen the bridge and pavements. Remove the traffic lights.

There is no pavement at all between Walton Street and and the start of the pavement at Portishead (junction of Down Road and Charlcombe Rise). If a pavement was added all residents of Walton Bay could walk to the bus stop at the top of … [more]

The Secondary School is surrounded by main roads and in particular, the main entrance/exit on to Devonshire Road has a very narrow footpath that includes the main bus stop for children. There is not enough room for the volume of children … [more]

Pavement overgrown and needs surface levelling so puddles do not form here across the width of the pathway. More space needed for walkers, pushchairs, wheelchairs to access.

The footpath is ridiculously narrow on such a busy road.

Very narrow pavement here - it's scary and unsafe to walk along here with my young children when traffic, esp. quarry lorries, come past too fast.

Paths are rough and steep.

No pavement here and very narrow pavement on the other side of the road. Dangerous to cross the road here coming from Queens Lane

No footway on northern side of Upper Bristol Road, forcing pedestrians to cross and no crossing point. Road is very wide and bus stops present.

No footway on northern side of Upper Bristol Road, forcing pedestrians s to cross and no crossing point. Road is very wide and bus stops present.

These paths need to be regularly maintained especially for my children to walk to school in Backwell. Please widen.

There isn't a path that connects station road and the showground with Clevedon road, which makes getting to events/the old village/the bus stop quite dangerous

This footpath is narrow and dangerous for children walking to school.

The Pavement along this section is very narrow and poorly maintained, every year when the hedges are trimmed the tractor squashes the verge onto the pavement making it muddy and slippy and narrow. Children walk to school along here and its … [more]

Formal crossing provision required at junction for pedestrians and cyclists following the festival way.

This is the walking route for children to their nearest bus stop for senior school and for residents of the square area to walk into the village and primary school and locals from the village to walk up to the church. It is also where cars … [more]

Pavement runs out a long time before the houses do. Local children cannot walk to school after the lynch entrance on Church Road due to no pavement and speeding commuter traffic and tractors using the road. Older children have to walk on … [more]

Widen pathway and reduce traffic speed as a priority

Widen pathway and reduce traffic speed as a priority

Widen path , cut back hedges

The state of the footway in this location is appalling at the best of times, and currently it is virtually unusable due to the flooding on the road adjacent. Urgent action is need to improve and widen this path as it is a key safe route to … [more]

This is a ‘very’ narrow and dangerous stretch of pavement on a busy main Rd with quarry lorries and buses thundering past children as they walk to and from school. Other vulnerable road users such as a neighbour who uses a motorised … [more]

Cycle & footpath needs better signs

New cycle & footpath needs signs

New permitted path here needs signs

Path behind hop kiln to Talbot Road could be better marked to avoid pedestrians trying to talk aim area on Weydon Lane with no pavement

Path poorly maintained particularly where is separates from the road. Unusable with buggy

This is a very dangerous crossing as there is not enough visibility to see cars coming from Farnham who often are above the speed limit. Suggest the crossing move to the other side of Monkton Lane junction or have road signal alternating … [more]

Pavement overgrown making it difficult to walk just 2 abreast. If maintained it should be fine

The pavement needs to be wider - at the moment it is overgrown with nettles and brambles. However, if widened it could incorporate a cycle strip. This pavement serves 3 schools - All Hallows, Heathend and William Cobbett. Removing the grass … [more]

Horribly narrow pavements. Close this road and make it pedestrians only.

It’s used as a rat run between B3128 and B3130 despite being essentially a single track lane. Perhaps warning signs at the top and bottom of the lane advising of it’s narrowness may discourage such use. Should also be clearly marked 20mph. … [more]

Hill Road doesn’t need more pavement space. It needs more parking to prevent bottlenecks in the road.

Needs pavement down side of Spar to make it safe for pedestrians, and to stop bad parking blocking the road.

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