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164773Photo #164773Upgrade the current path to a cycle path and build a small section of the seawall to stop further coastal erosionCycleway:
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164772Photo #164772A Cycle Path connecting the existing paths between the B981 and C76Cycleway:
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164771Photo #164771A Cycleway beside the Railway between Cardenden and Lochgelly Cartmore Industrial Estate. This would connect to Lochgelly high school and Fife Cycle Park to CardendenCycleway:
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164770Photo #164770A segregated cycle between Kinross and Kelty would provide better access between the two towns and to Loch Leven and Lochore MeadowsCycleway:
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164769Photo #164769Cycle paths along Halbeath road is possible since it is wide enoughCycleway:
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164768Photo #164768There is no safe route north out of Glenrothes for walking and cycling, you have only the grass verge to walk along and cycling on a dual carriageway a safe path away from traffic would be idealCycleway:
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164767Photo #164767There is no pavement connecting along Golf Course Road and Crompton RoadTrack:
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164766Photo #164766There is no cycle infrastructure that connects Golf Course Road to the Leisure CentreCycleway:
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164765Photo #164765Jonny Marshall's Loan, a Cycle and Footway between Glenrothes and Dunnikier would make it a much shorter journey between the two towns. It would also connect two colleges, the hospital and would be a great recreational route as well.Cycleway:
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164764Photo #164764An accessible underpass here would be much better than a bridge. As the A92 is higher than the path approachingCycleway:
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164763Photo #164763The current cycle lanes are to narrow and are not safe for non-experienced cyclists. A segregated cycle path between Cowdenbeath and Kelty would connect the two towns much betterCycleway:
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164762Photo #164762A safe segregated cycleway between Glenrothes and Windygates would make it much safer to get too LevenCycleway:
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164761Photo #164761A Seggeragated Cycle Way here would make it much safer to cycle between Woodend and Kinglassie and onto GlenrothesCycleway:
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164759Photo #164759Too many people park on double yellows along this stretch of road. Place something along the side of the pavement to stop this.Track:
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164758Photo #164758Too many people park on double yellows along this stretch of road. Place something along the side of the pavement to stop this.Track:
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164757Photo #164757There is little or no space for pedestrians here.Track:
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164756Photo #164756Pedestrianise Torbay Road. Pavements are filled with goods for sale and tables, forcing people to walk in the street.Track:
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164755Photo #164755Pavement on the west side of Dartmouth Road is too narrow here, causing people to often walk in the road.Track:
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164754Photo #164754Footpaths on Fisher street are often too narrow for two people - even without social distancing.Track:
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164753Photo #164753Footpaths are very narrow - often not wide enough for two people.Track:
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164752Photo #164752This section of road and pavement is too narrow, pedestrians and cyclists are constantly in danger of lorries and buses mounting the pavement as oncoming vehicles come too fast over the brow of the hill. Traffic speed should be restricted to 20mph with enforcement cameras of traffic light controlled alternate flow to allow for a wider pedestrian & cycle path from roundabout to Whitehill crossCycleway:
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164751Photo #164751The A382 is too narrow for buses or lorries to pass and pavement from Churchill's dip roundabout to brow of hill is so narrow lorries & buses mount the pavement to avoid oncoming traffic as it comes over the brow of the hill. There is no pavement beyond despite new housing being built 204 new homes with no pavement.Track:
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164747Photo #164747North Watford area seems to have been ignored under this scheme. Leavesden Road and the surrounding areas need urgent improvements to the roads and pavements. The roads are heavily congested, cars are parked on both sides of the road, people are cycling dangerously on the pavements, this area needs a major overhaul of road/cycle network with better access for both pedestrians, cars and cyclists.Cycleway:
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164743Photo #164743Leavesden Road is extremely busy and cyclists cycle up and down it almost knocking down pedestrians as the pavements are so narrow. I'm surprised there hasn't been more accidents caused. The road is extremely busy so I assume that's why they cycle on the pavements. The situation is getting worse and something needs to be done re Leavesden Road and improvements made.Cycleway:
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164742Photo #164742Create an all weather surface for a footpath from the gate to St Davids Road round the front of the Golf Club to Down Road. At present pedestrians have to walk on mud in wet weather or on the road at a corner.Track:
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164741Photo #164741This is a really good cycleway, but has become too bumpy in places to ride on safely. Needs the surface looking at.Cycleway:
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164740Photo #164740A safe cycle route along the A370 across the M5 is needed. Very dangerous now, families could cycle to Picton Park. Commuting to Weston for work made easier.Cycleway:
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164721Photo #164721Heavy traffic area, need more visible 20 MPH signs along this busy road as a reminder of the speed limit or the addition of speed cameras. Pavements are often full of bins forcing people onto these busy roads in order to pass.Temporary closure:
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164714Photo #164714Add dropped kerb and widen path to shared cycle standardTrack:
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164713Photo #164713Widen this path to shared use standards to enable safe cycling to B6525 junctionCycleway:
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164710Photo #164710All along Christchurch Road, there are now daft pinchpoints where the space for a car is no longer wide enough without driving into the new cycle lane. Given Reading Borough Council's love of fining cars for entering bus lanes, it is inevitable that RBC will apply this to cycle lanes at some point. The cycle lane is a good idea, however not if there is no longer width in the road for the car section.
Also, the seemingly random spacing and placement of the vibrant cycle image on the road does become a bit confusing to the eye. It was once a conservation area, but now it looks like a child with a pot of white paint has had a sporadic set of tantrums. Very confusing road markings, and it looks awful and out of keeping with the area. As a keen cyclist and a motorist I don't think the current execution is good at all.
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164656Photo #164656Safer and bigger cycle lanes. White lines need repainting ASAP.Cycleway:
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164654Photo #164654The old railway line should be used for a walking and cycleway between Buntingford, Braughing, Puckeridge and Standon and eventually to WareCycleway:
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164653Photo #164653Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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164652Photo #164652Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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164651Photo #164651Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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164650Photo #164650Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorgTemporary closure:
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164635Photo #164635Really dangerous cycling East on Bridge Road East and Heronswood RoadCycleway:
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164632Photo #164632There is a footpath joining the cycle network here... but the foot path along the A602 is on the other side of the bushes... consequently pedestrians are using the cycle path here because there is no where else to go... path here is also very narrow and could do with the bushes cut back to make room.Cycleway:
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164631Photo #164631The signs here clearly indicate this is shared use. Umm.... however at the end of the ramp there are no further signs to indicate that it is now cycle path and that the pedestrians should use the footpath which is a few feet away.... at this point as a pedestrian I can join the cycle network and walk for miles before I would see another sign saying it is no longer shared...Cycleway:
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164630Photo #164630The footpath ends here just before the cycle path drops down to go under the A602... but no signs to indicate where the pedestrians should go to continue their walk?Cycleway:
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164629Photo #164629Here is the end of a footpath leading onto the Cycle Network.. but there is another path on the other side of the bridge.... where are the signs for the pedestrians and cyclists? Is it shared path or not?Cycleway:
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164628Photo #164628This is part of the cycle network however there is a path here that just stops with no signage to indicate what should happen next... so surprise pedestrians use the cycle path to continue their journey.....where are the signs to say this is either cycle path or shared path?Cycleway:
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164627Photo #164627This is cycleway but it gets used by pedestrians who cannot be bothered to use the footpath on the other side of the bushes.... some signage would be useful here.Cycleway:
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164626Photo #164626This area is on the cycle network, but I believe it is actually shared with Pedestrians. There are signs of a white line to indicate where the path is, however it's almost disappeared and it's very over grown. Needs to be cleared and if it is shared path then the white line needs putting back in and some signage would be good....Cycleway:
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164612Photo #164612Provide a tarmac path between the end of Cow lane and the riverside path. This area gets very muddy for pedestrians and cyclistsCycleway:
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164611Photo #164611Because this is an uphill route, cyclists are travelling much slower than the cars and need a separated cycle lane to feel safe.Cycleway:
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164608Photo #164608Widen the footpath and give cyclists dedicated safe cycle pathsCycleway:
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164607Photo #164607Byway blocked by local residents parked carCycleway:
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164603Photo #164603Consider how to deliver radial segregated cycleways/20mph/low traffic/quietway routes within 1-2 miles of station to facilitate safe cycle commuting - encourage people to make 'last mile' journeys via active modesCycleway:
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164602Photo #164602This 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 speeds in a built up area much of which is quickly becoming residential.Track:
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164601Photo #164601Path is much wider on the northside road than the southside, would this be better for a wider cyclepath to connect the far west of the city?Cycleway:
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164600Photo #164600This footpath junction acts as a blindspot as users are unable to see each other from under the bridge and on Holmes Road. The connection between these two areas is poor as the cycle path does not continue. Increase the footpath to road ratio.Cycleway:
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164599Photo #164599Cycle path carries on, footpath curves round the traffic sign map. Pedestrians often use the cycle path and not the designated footpath. Need to reconfigure.Cycleway:
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164597Photo #164597Too much traffic uses Dunrobin Road as a rat run. Junctions either end are therefore busy and risky with turning moves. Filtering Dunrobin Road here would make everything safer and walking and cycling more attractive, especially if combined with filters on Chaplin Road.Temporary closure:
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164596Photo #164596Belgrave Road and Chaplin Road form a risky crossroads with multiple conflicting movements. too much traffic uses Chaplin Road as a rat run. Filtering Chaplin road on the North of the B road junction would make everything safer and walking and cycling more attractiveTemporary closure:
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164595Photo #164595At least part of Town Road should be pedestrianised. It’s a very centre of town street by the blue clock. There’s the ring road available for through traffic.Temporary closure:
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164594Photo #164594Allow cycling along the pavement from Villiers Cresc to Oaklands Lane so as to link the Jersey Lane path via the housing to the bridleway across to Oaklands College. Cars on House Lane are too fast to be safe for families. Path is wide and goes past no houses front drives.Cycleway:
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164593Photo #164593The flooding needs sorting!Track:
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164592Photo #164592No 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 RoadTrack:
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164591Photo #164591Link west side of playing field to Aspenden via new public footpath for easier access from new fairview estate etcTrack:
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164590Photo #164590Pavement has no segregation from A10, extremely busy, lots of noise and drag from passing traffic and dangerous for cyclists and walkers, especially children.Track:
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164589Photo #164589This 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 countryside (providing link to Owles Lane) to encourage active lifestyle and countryside access for residents.Track:
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164588Photo #164588Regular puddle on shared pathTrack:
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164580Photo #16458020 mph past school - www.20splenty.orgTemporary closure:
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164579Photo #164579NCN 2 along here - give cyclists priority or slow cars down to 20 mphCycleway:
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164578Photo #164578NCN 2 along here - give cyclists priority or slow cars downCycleway:
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164577Photo #164577NCN 2 along here - give cyclists priority or slow cars downCycleway:
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164576Photo #164576NCN 2 along here - give cyclists priority or slow cars downCycleway:
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164575Photo #164575NCN 2 along here - give cyclists priority or slow cars downCycleway:
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164574Photo #164574NCN 2 along here - give cyclists priority or slow cars downCycleway:
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164573Photo #164573NCN 2 along here - give cyclists priority or slow cars downCycleway:
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164572Photo #164572NCN 2 along here - give cyclists priority or slow cars downCycleway:
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164571Photo #164571NCN 2 along here - give cyclists priority or slow cars downCycleway:
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164570Photo #164570NCN 2 along here - give cyclists priority or slow cars downCycleway:
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164569Photo #164569Need dedicated cycle lane along Buxton RoadCycleway:
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164568Photo #164568Need dedicated cycle lane along Buxton RoadCycleway:
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164567Photo #164567Need dedicated cycle lane along Buxton RoadCycleway:
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164566Photo #164566Need dedicated cycle lane along Buxton RoadCycleway:
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164565Photo #164565Need dedicated cycle lane along Buxton RoadCycleway:
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164564Photo #164564Keep foot ferry openTrack:
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164563Photo #164563Reduce speed of traffic on this narrow rat run to FarnhamTemporary closure:
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164562Photo #164562Reduce speed of traffic on this narrow rat run to FarnhamTemporary closure:
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164561Photo #164561Reduce speed of traffic on this narrow rat run to FarnhamTemporary closure:
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164560Photo #164560Reduce speed of traffic on this narrow rat run to FarnhamTemporary closure:
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164559Photo #164559Reduce speed of traffic on this rat run to FarnhamTemporary closure:
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164558Photo #164558Reduce speed of traffic on this rat run to FarnhamTemporary closure:
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164557Photo #164557Reduce speed of traffic on this rat run to FarnhamTemporary closure:
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164556Photo #164556Reduce speed of traffic on this rat run to FarnhamTemporary closure:
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164555Photo #164555Reduce speed of traffic on this rat run to FarnhamTemporary closure:
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164554Photo #164554Uneven footpathTrack:
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164553Photo #164553If road diverted in the future leave this as cycle pathCycleway:
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164550Photo #164550Rat run, heavily congested due to school, park and station. Surprised no accidents already.Temporary closure:
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164549Photo #164549Roundabout is far too big. This is not a racetrack, it is a residential area with heavy traffic. Reduce the great swathes of tarmac devoted to to motor traffic and give them to pedestrians and cyclists and put in more roadside greenery.Cycleway:
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164548Photo #164548Resurface this dangerously potholed stretch of road. It has been like it for 20 years + ! Sorry if this idea is a bit radical.Cycleway:
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164547Photo #164547Upton Road is a way out of the Parade/ High Street - there aren't many and more are needed. Make Upton Road a traffic-calmed street. It does not carry much traffic. Even better, make it pedestrians and cycles only.Cycleway:
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164545Photo #164545Why no Toucan crossing across the Watford Ring Road to give access to Water Lane. A glaring omission!Cycleway:
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164544Photo #164544A link from the Ebury Way cycle route to the Croxley Business Park would be so valuable. I am amazed such a link has not yet been put in.Cycleway:
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164538Photo #164538Extend the existing cycle path through the woods so that it goes under the White Bridge, through to the college car park and linking to College Way. This ought to be quite easy by using the existing railway line but would help connect existing cycle routes / quiet streets.Cycleway:
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164536Photo #164536Hazards - traffic speeds through at this point. Congestion too. Better for town centre if traffic diverted to prioritise walking between Castle grounds and main shopping area.Temporary closure:
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