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190745Photo #190745Not enough space to pass pedestrians or other cyclists without having to ride close to the kerb. Hedge needs cutting to aid visibility due to corner and small width of path.Cycleway:
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190744Photo #190744Can 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.Track:
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190739Photo #19073920 mph for whole of estateTemporary closure:
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190638Photo #190638Pavement 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.Track:
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190637Photo #190637Pavement 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!Track:
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190636Photo #190636Pavements 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 walkingTrack:
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190635Photo #190635Since 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.Track:
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190634Photo #190634This is a problematic corner for cyclists wishing to access Chelvey Road from West Town Road - very busy, and doesn't feel safe when waiting to turn right.Cycleway:
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190633Photo #190633The cycle route effectively runs out here, spilling people out into the village centre. It would be great if a way could be found to extend the route so that it joins up with Chelvey RoadCycleway:
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190631Photo #190631Lack 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 denial with prominent signage at A370.Track:
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190630Photo #190630Safe pedestrian route alongside road connecting A369 to Portbury village and accessing two public footpaths en route.Track:
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190629Photo #190629Dangerous road: safe pedestrian route alongside road to bus stops and connecting with footpath at top of hill . -required.Track:
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190628Photo #190628Traffic does not reduce speed to pass through the village. Consider reducing speed limit to 30mph and installing traffic calmingTemporary closure:
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190627Photo #190627A pavement here would link these two small but isolated communitiesTrack:
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190624Photo #190624Cars come round this blind corner so quickly. It changes from 40mph to 30mph about here but it needs to be 20mph through the village. So many narrow lanes. We have seen so many scrapes and accidents. It’s also dangerous walking my children to school and preschool. Some horrible near misses as some cars do not slow down. Very scary.Temporary closure:
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190623Photo #190623The junction between Dundry Lane and the A38 is very dangerous for all, car, bicycle and pedestrian. Road calming and safe crossings needs to be introduced here.Cycleway:
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190622Photo #190622This 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 gateTrack:
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190621Photo #190621Winford Lane is one of 3 options for people to travel from Dundry to Winford - which many parents do twice a day to/from school in Winford. (other routes are along the Wells Road and along the A38). Could Winford Lane be a slow lane? It is little over a mile to Winford, so if it was a slow lane, parents/children could walk/cycle between the two villages.Cycleway:
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190620Photo #190620Start of the 20mph zone coming into the village from the Winford LaneTemporary closure:
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190619Photo #190619Start of the 20mph zone when coming from the Wells Road/W Dundry LaneTrack:
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190618Photo #190618There 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 would facilitate a safe route to/from school for children, to/from the church, the bus stop and the pub for everybody else. At present, people have to walk along Downs Road, where there is no pavement, but where large HGVs go up/down the road to the scrap yard. A footpath would transform our village life.Track:
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190617Photo #190617Highridge Road should have a cycleway, so that cyclists can safely cycle down to Highridge Green and connect to the Malago cycle network into Bristol

Going up hill into the village along Dundry Lane, this should be the start of the 20mph zone
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190615Photo #190615Build outs with cycle filters through them do not work - cars parked behind them make them either impassable or dangerous when rejoining carriagewayCycleway:
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190614Photo #190614Build outs with cycle filters through them do not work - cars parked behind them make them either impassable or dangerous when rejoining carriagewayCycleway:
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190592Photo #190592Narrow road. No pavements. Dangerous for pedestriansTrack:
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190578Photo #190578This is a very narrow causeway which only just allows two vehicles to pass. The current speed limit is 60mph. This road is used by pedestrians,cyclists and horseriders accessing Nailsea and cycle routes to Bristol. The speed limit should be reduced to 20mph and have appropriate signage for a cycle/pedestrian lane.Cycleway:
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190577Photo #190577This is a single track lane without designated passing places which is used by pedestrians and cyclists. It is a 'rat run' for vehicles crossing from Nailsea to access the M5 north and BristolTemporary closure:
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190576Photo #190576Massive potholeCycleway:
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190575Photo #190575DofoCycleway:
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190574Photo #190574Reduce the speed limit to 20Temporary closure:
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190552Photo #19055220mph speed limit together with traffic calming and pedestrian protection on blind bendTemporary closure:
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190504Photo #190504Kissing gate removed for regular bikes, but how do cargo bikes or accessible bikes get through? This is tight through hereCycleway:
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190503Photo #190503Pinch point here means that cyclists have to dismount to get their bikes through. How would someone with a cargo bike or 3 wheeler get through?Cycleway:
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190502Photo #190502Remove the parked cars and replace with a segregated cycle lane. This feels very dangerous cycling up this steep hill when cars try to overtake round a blind bendCycleway:
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190501Photo #190501Kerb 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 pedestriansTrack:
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190500Photo #190500This route is unsuitable for cycling as motor traffic drives way too fast through these narrow lanesTemporary closure:
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190499Photo #190499Old BMX track used only by E-motorbikes. A better facility is needed in ClevedonCycleway:
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190498Photo #190498Danger to cyclists. Motorists tend to assume cyclists will get out of the way and do not stop even when priority is not theirs. This was much better when Bristol Water had a road closure in place Nov 22Temporary closure:
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190496Photo #190496Hedge takes up lots of room on pavement. Usually a campervan here which makes walking through trickyTrack:
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190495Photo #190495Pavement very narrow, only way to pass people is by crossing or walking in the carriagewayTrack:
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190494Photo #190494This lane is regularly blocked by flooding to walkers and cyclists. Please install drainage so it can be used more often.Cycleway:
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190493Photo #190493Have drop curve to allow wheelchair access to Strawberry Line extension through Chestnut ParkTrack:
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190492Photo #190492The stile is not accessible to those with mobility problems. It needs replacing with a gate.Track:
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190491Photo #190491Too fast, too many accidents, horses live on this road and it’s dangerous to ride them/lead them currently. The speeds on this road are unacceptableTemporary closure:
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190490Photo #190490Make Millier Road no entry at this point and narrow the exit so as to prevent half-wits trying to speed down it from Main Road to avoid the turn right into Bishop RoadTemporary closure:
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190489Photo #190489Fix 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 pedestriansTrack:
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190488Photo #190488Dropped kerb and proper refuge on this junction which is massively difficult for pedestriansTrack:
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190487Photo #190487Need the pavement to be properly shared space for cycling up the hill as far as the StarCycleway:
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190486Photo #190486Needs to be 30mph here all the way along Main Road to past Brockley StoresTemporary closure:
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190485Photo #190485Needs to 20mph from here to Main RoadTemporary closure:
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190484Photo #190484Needs to be 20mph for the section of Bishop Road to Main Road.Temporary closure:
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190483Photo #190483This 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 except for school buses and utilities.Track:
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190481Photo #190481The 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. 😊Track:
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190452Photo #190452Bushes and hedges and no lights through laneTrack:
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190451Photo #190451Pedestrians Only . No Cycling signs need to be reinstatedTemporary closure:
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190450Photo #190450Wider pavements all along this road as it’s too dangerous with the number of children walking to and from schoolTrack:
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190449Photo #190449Speed bumpsTemporary closure:
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190447Photo #190447Crossing needed here due to provider better and safer access to walking routesTrack:
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190446Photo #190446Too many cars rat running this road, cars parked along road mean often facing speeding oncoming traffic. Can be dangerous for cyclingCycleway:
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190445Photo #190445Cars drive too fast through here despite it being narrow/a walking routeCycleway:
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190444Photo #190444This is a blind junction, cars drive very fast through here despite 30mph limit so can be dangerous to pull out onto - I have had several near misses pulling out of Gilbeck Road. Also people parking for the chip shop causes obstruction as they park dangerously.Temporary closure:
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190441Photo #190441Cars drive too fast through here despite it being narrow/a walking routeCycleway:
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190411Photo #190411Traffic too fast, should be 30 mile an hour area all the way along. Too many large vehicles use as a cut through causing traffic jams and making it unsafe for peopleTemporary closure:
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190348Photo #190348Hedge needs trimming otherwise it restricts walking especially when brambles threaten to narrow path.Track:
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190347Photo #190347I know the pavement is not an official cycleway, but it could be. If the vegetation was cleared from the pavement, there would be plenty of room for pedestrians and cyclists. The A38 is simply not safe for cyclists. We really need a proper, safe cycleway into Bristol along the A38.Cycleway:
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190346Photo #190346Hedgerows 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.Track:
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190182Photo #19018220mph as the street is in constant use for the GP and community centre, and the slope tempts drivers to drive down the hill too fast.Temporary closure:
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190181Photo #190181Pedestrian/ bike path to the Park & Ride from the bike path, to save a long route round on the pavement by the main road.Track:
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190180Photo #19018020mph limit as the street is a busy walking and cycling route to the primary school and nursery.Temporary closure:
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190179Photo #190179Pavement 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.Track:
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190178Photo #190178No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.Track:
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190177Photo #190177No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.Track:
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190176Photo #190176No pavement on this side of road, dangerous for residents walking between Church Road and Coronation Ave, cannot safely access bus stops.Track:
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190151Photo #190151This road is very narrow and cars travel in excess of 30mph regularly. I walk my grandchildren to / from school and it is very dangerous.Track:
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190150Photo #190150Make this stretch of road 30mph, it would be safer for motorists, cyclists and the herd of cows that use the road from time to time!Temporary closure:
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190149Photo #190149Additional bollards required to stop cars, trucks and lorries driving on the pavementTrack:
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190148Photo #190148Extra traffic calming to reduce the excessive driving speeds in villageTemporary closure:
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190147Photo #190147Weight restriction signs are turned the wrong wayTemporary closure:
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190146Photo #190146Zebra crossing to access bus stopsTemporary closure:
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190145Photo #190145Zebra crossing for school kidsTemporary closure:
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190144Photo #190144Zebra crossing for people to access bus stopTemporary closure:
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190143Photo #190143Make Church Road a No through road to improve safetyTemporary closure:
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190142Photo #190142Make Church Road a ‘No through’ road!!Temporary closure:
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190141Photo #190141Cut back brambles so that people can walk and pass each other on this pavementTrack:
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190140Photo #190140Dropped curb for cyclistsCycleway:
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190139Photo #190139Pedestrian road crossingTrack:
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190138Photo #190138Over 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 scooters would be great and encourage sustainable transport throughout the year.Track:
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190136Photo #190136Dangerous for cyclists to cross road due to speed of vehicles approaching from both directions on barrow streetTemporary closure:
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190126Photo #190126Hedge cutting required on a regular basis to ensure route is passableCycleway:
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190112Photo #190112Trim back hedgesTrack:
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190111Photo #190111Wider footpathsTrack:
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190110Photo #190110Hedges need to be cut back to widen the path as you cannot pass if people are going in opposite directionTrack:
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190109Photo #190109It’s overgrown with sharp high brambles not being able to walk down it safely is a travestyCycleway:
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190107Photo #190107Hobbs Lane is part of the Avon Cycleway and a v important pedestrian and cycle connection from Barrow Gurney to the A38 and it's critical the council maintain their regular maintenance programme to maintain the roadway & keep hedges cut back to widen the path as you simply cannot pass if people are going in opposite direction.Cycleway:
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190106Photo #190106Hospital Road sign needed on both sides of the entrance to Hospital Road. Many deliveries and couriers find it difficult to find our street.Track:
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190105Photo #190105Hedges need trimmed and Lane improved for walking and car passing places.Cycleway:
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190104Photo #190104There needs to be a pavement here to allow pedestrian access to the public transport links at Flax bourton and Cambridge batchTrack:
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190103Photo #190103Hedges need cutting regularly so cyclists & pedestrians can get through and pass each other. At times growth touches you on both sides..including stinging nettles.Cycleway:
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190102Photo #190102Overgrown with brambles & nettles from both sides. Not cut back this year as it was in previous years.Cycleway:
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190101Photo #190101Needs to be better maintained and widened for pedestrians.Track:
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