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150215Photo #150215Zebra crossing required to allow for pedestrians to cross safely.Temporary closure:
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150214Photo #150214Cars continuously park over cycle lanes. No apparent enforcement of parking regulations.Cycleway:
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150213Photo #150213Cars use Brynland Avenue as a rat run to avoid Gloucester Road during busy periods. Measures are needed to prevent this behaviour.Temporary closure:
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150212Photo #150212A constant rat run of traffic avoiding Gloucester Road. Idling by vehicles visiting cash machine 24 hours a day. Deterrents to non-residents are needed.Temporary closure:
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149868Photo #149868River Avon Trail an excellent route but needs better maintenance and publicityCycleway:
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148768Photo #148768The Portway could be closed once a month to open it up as a family friendly cycle path along with food stalls, coffee stands and nice bars with seating.Cycleway:
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148763Photo #148763Speed limit needs to be reduced to 20mph until the flyover and then monitored with more speed cameras. Very dangerous road with cars always speeding way over 30mph. This causes lots of noise, beeping, air pollution and is dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians. I believe a pedestrian was killed here last year. This could be a lovely residential area but noise and danger from speeding cars makes it often unpleasant to live here.Temporary closure:
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148298Photo #148298Improve signage to cycle path from Park & Ride up onto M5 cycle route (crossing)Cycleway:
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148295Photo #148295Improve signage to cycle pathCycleway:
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148293Photo #148293Improve signage to cycle pathCycleway:
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148292Photo #148292Improve signage to cycle pathCycleway:
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148074Photo #148074Improve access and signage to start of Cycle Path (to Bath)Cycleway:
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148068Photo #148068No signage onto M5 Portway cycle/pedestrian path. Hit or miss to find this end from area.Cycleway:
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148067Photo #148067Avon Way as a shared path has a bad surface and is too narrow in placesCycleway:
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145486Photo #145486A temporary issue seems to be leading to permanent removal of cycle parking -

Network Rail will be permanently closing all cycle parking on platforms three and four ahead of roof renovations. A new bike storage area is being built on Friary at Temple Quay.
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144948Photo #144948Parking on the pavement along with overgrown hedges makes it impossible to pass other people at a safe distance.Track:
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144943Photo #144943Cycleway is so narrow in places its impossible to pass an oncoming cyclist and is just damn dangerous as so many blind corners! Please widen this cycle path!!Cycleway:
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144900Photo #144900Wider pavementTrack:
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144706Photo #144706Why is this road even open? Pedestrians and cars don't mix!Temporary closure:
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144503Photo #144503The pavements on both sides of Clifton Down Road between the Christ Church roundabout and the pedestrian crossing at Princess Victoria Street are too narrow for social distancing. Widening the pavements and narrowing the road would help to stop all the cars speeding in a 20 mph area.Track:
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144502Photo #144502The pavements on both sides of Clifton Down Road between the Christ Church roundabout and the pedestrian crossing at Princess Victoria Street are too narrow for social distancing. Widening the pavements and narrowing the road would help to stop all the cars speeding in a 20 mph area.Track:
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143256Photo #143256MoreCycleway:
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143147Photo #143147There is a shared path along the harbour but it is poorly signposted so pedestrians don't realise it is a shared path. Needs metal signs attached to railings or posts.Cycleway:
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142948Photo #142948The busy Gloucester Road is difficult for cyclists: if Brynland Avenue was made two-way for cyclists only, it would slow down one-way car traffic for residents, and help cyclists avoid the busy Ashley Road / Gloucester Road junction.Cycleway:
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142641Photo #142641Close to cars, not enough room for Pedestrians and bikes. Also rubbish bins left out all week block footpath.Temporary closure:
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142443Photo #142443THe road is not wide enough for two way traffic. The pavement is too narrow for pedestrians. As this is on a key route to school (Oasis John Williams) the road should be made one way to allow for pavement widening and/or segregated cycling infrastructure. My daughter would love to cycle to school and this road is a major obstacle for her to do so.Track:
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142405Photo #142405Crowds gather here waiting for a gap to cross the road. Add a zebra crossing to give pedestrians the right of wayTrack:
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142244Photo #142244The entire Cumberland Road would benefit greatly from embracing the imminent change of one way for non metro bus and celebrating the unique perspective of the new cut by giving greater access to pedestrians and cyclists in conjunction with the harbourside pedestrian route.Track:
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142178Photo #142178The entire Cumberland Road would benefit greatly from embracing the imminent change of one way for non metro bus and celebrating the unique perspective of the new cut by giving greater access to pedestrians and cyclists in conjunction with the harbourside pedestrian route.Track:
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141930Photo #141930Segregated cycleway and path widening to enable safe cycling and walkingCycleway:
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141929Photo #141929Extremely narrow pavement.Track:
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140600Photo #140600Allow parking on one side of road only and increase pavement width and add cycle lane.Track:
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140194Photo #140194The gate here is broken, leaving a really dangerous wooden stump in the middle of the path. This needs to be removed immediately!
Pretty sure I've seen someone post that they fractured a bone after hitting this!
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140063Photo #140063Crowds gather here waiting for a gap to cross the road. add a zebra crossing to give pedestrians the right of wayTrack:
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140062Photo #140062If you close the lane to lower castle st to all but buses and taxes (maybe delivery vehicles in the morning) then you eliminate the main reason people (illegally) drive private cars round the horsefair.Temporary closure:
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139429Photo #139429People are dangerously jaywalking here, we really need a crossing point at that place.Track:
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139427Photo #139427Wider pathway for pedestrians, it’s very dangerous here for childrenTrack:
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139420Photo #139420The gate here is broken, leaving a really dangerous wooden stump in the middle of the path. This needs to be removed immediately!
Pretty sure I've seen someone post that they fractured a bone after hitting this!
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139284Photo #139284Make north street one-way to allow widening of footpath plus dedicated cycle way. Cafes, restaurants etc can have outdoor seating for distancing and also introduce traffics calming measures. North street will even more so become a community space during day time and in early evening.Track:
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138734Photo #138734Deliveries / similar large vehicles cannot make this turn so not suitable for main route through neighbourhood (+ bad visibility) suggest end of road is closed as part of wider re-working oof traffic through area to reduce number of through roadsTemporary closure:
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137982Photo #137982Increasingly poor road surface and camber from resurfacing, necessitating cyclists to move into middle of the road. Dedicated level cycle lanes neededCycleway:
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137978Photo #137978Elton Road is too narrow for two way car traffic - for cars it should be one way along the whole roadTemporary closure:
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137791Photo #137791Improve cycle and pedestrian access into Bristol by opening disused railway line.Cycleway:
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137629Photo #137629No pavement here on corner. Cars parked blocking the pavement further up hill forcing people into the road.Track:
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137274Photo #137274Pavement on both sides of the road extremely narrow. Never safe for more than one person and impossible for social distancing.
Real danger from rear view mirrors of many lorries and buses overhanging the pavement as they negotiate the narrow and busy road.
This pavement is used by families walking young children to school and is a concern to me every day that I use it.
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136826Photo #136826Pavement too narrow, needs a zebra crossing closer to the cycle path as crossing is hazardousTrack:
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136762Photo #136762Cars go to quick or slow, Parked cars doors open unexpectedly or pull out without noticing cyclist knocking off, pedestrians stroll out, it’s chaos on a sunny dayCycleway:
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136362Photo #136362Nearby mutistorey car parks mean this on street parking is not needed. Remove to make space for bi-directional cycle lanes.Cycleway:
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136257Photo #136257The gate here is broken, leaving a really dangerous wooden stump in the middle of the path. This needs to be removed immediately!
Pretty sure I've seen someone post that they fractured a bone after hitting this!
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136246Photo #136246It should be easier for cyclists to turn into East Street from redcliffe parade, a waiting space here would be good, so cyclists could wait for traffic to stop before crossingCycleway:
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136087Photo #136087AVON CRESCENT BRISTOL BS1. THERE IS ONE NARROW FOOTPATH ON A CURVE. THERE ARE VIABLE DIVERSION ROUTES. THE COUNCIL HAVE MONEY TO DO THIS WE HAVE BEEN IN NEGOTIATIONS SINCE 2014 WITH A PETITION SIGNED BY 4000 PEOPLETemporary closure:
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135608Photo #135608Summerhill Road forms part of The Wesley Way cycle route. This busy road badly needs a cycle lane in the eastbound direction.Cycleway:
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135564Photo #135564Cars parked on both sides of the street means little room for cyclesCycleway:
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135173Photo #135173Cyclists turning left from Jamaica Street onto Stokes Croft have to stop at a red light even when there are no traffic going north on Stokes Croft or pedestrians crossing. Add a left turn filter for bikes at this time.Cycleway:
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135172Photo #135172Need clear cycling lanes for safetyCycleway:
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135169Photo #135169Need safety for cyclists to use this junctionCycleway:
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135166Photo #135166Cars driving up and down too fast to cycle safety on this roadCycleway:
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135160Photo #135160Cars driving at high speed with no respect for the othersTemporary closure:
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135148Photo #135148Cycles are allowed up this road, but there is insufficient space to pass traffic coming down the hill, usually quicklyCycleway:
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135137Photo #135137This narrow and steep road has large volumes of traffic that interact badly with pedestrians not expecting it, and particularly with cyclists coming up the Pithay.Temporary closure:
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134625Photo #134625Add solid white line to prevent cars from constantly parking and blocking the advisory cycle lane forcing cyclists into the path of other vehicles.Cycleway:
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134239Photo #134239This is currently a one-way street, but it would be useful if it was 2-way for bicycles. Presently you have to walk with your bike and get on by the pedestrian crossing in Sevier Street.Cycleway:
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133880Photo #133880Entry to cyclists' advance stop area blocked by thoughtless build-out.Cycleway:
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133808Photo #133808The pavement is extremely narrow on both sides of Whitehall Road. You would have to touch a passer by in order to not walk in the road. There is no pavement under the bike path bridge either, which is dangerous for pedestrians. This whole stretch of Whitehall Road needs traffic calming and a pedestrian crossing so children can safely cross from Redfield to Easton and vice versa for nursery and school.Track:
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133765Photo #133765Busy road with parked on pavement often. Narrow remaining pavement. Wider pavement and/or clearly defined parking areas needed.Track:
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133703Photo #133703Busy road with parked on pavement often. Narrow remaining pavement. Wider pavement and/or clearly defined parking areas needed.Track:
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133606Photo #133606The pavement to the North of Roman Road should be widened include a cycle path to connect to path along Stoke RoadTrack:
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133562Photo #133562Dangerous for pedestrians crossing. Cars can’t see to make right turn safely due to so many parked cars. Needs pedestrian crossingTrack:
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133483Photo #133483Parked cars frequently block both pavements, esp. for prams/wheelchair users. Bollards/raised pavements needed to keep pavements free for people. Suggest removing parking altogether on one side of the street to all vehicles to pass. Add in and enforce double yellow lines.Track:
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133475Photo #133475Closing the road other than residents between the hours of 7.30 to 9.30 and 3 to 5.30 outside on of the largest primaries in Bristol making it safer for children to walk to schoolTemporary closure:
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133473Photo #133473Closing the road to traffic between 7.30 and 9.30 and 3.00 to 5.30 to allow the children to ealk safely to school. Road to remain open to residents onlyTemporary closure:
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133472Photo #133472Widen the pavement between Bellvue Road and Kenn Road outside Air Balloon School to enable social distancing outside one of the largest primaries in BristolTrack:
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133471Photo #133471A protected cycle way both directions on Fishponds Road would take pressure off the railway path and stop people cycling on the pavements, leaving more space for pedestrians. It could lead down to Stapleton Road and link to the cycle path by the M32 for a safe route from Fishponds to Cabot CircusCycleway:
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133451Photo #133451The cycle path has got to to go all the way up the road and Not just stop.Cycleway:
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133442Photo #133442Crossign Horfield Road to go up St Michael's Hill is dangerous. There needs to be a pedestrian crossing.Track:
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133102Photo #133102The road is wide but the pavement is narrow. To maintain social distancing we have to walk in the roadTrack:
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133057Photo #133057The whole of lypatt road is a mess. There are cars over hanging from there front door forcing pedestrians onto the road. Also scaffolding has been up again forcing you onto the road.Track:
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133056Photo #133056There is lots of speeding traffic trying to cross over to Kiburn street and when you get across there is lots of bikes from the cycle path wizzing pass and no space to hold hands of children to help them. Too many parked cars affects visibilityTrack:
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132804Photo #132804Westminster Road is a long, straight road constantly used by cars as a rat run and to avoid traffic lights on Whitehall Road. It is extremely dangerous for elderly and young residents of the street and for cyclists. Road rage is a daily occurance, the road humps that have been installed do not help to slow down cars and the one-way system past Whitehall School has made traffic on Westminster Road much worse. The road should be blocked off at the intersection of Westminster, Johnsons Rd and Prospect Place as was proposed a few years ago.Temporary closure:
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132786Photo #132786Road unsuitable for motor traffic. It should be turned into a pedstrianised/shared spaceTemporary closure:
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132613Photo #132613Add pedestrian crossing for people to cross road and access railway path.Track:
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132612Photo #132612Pavement very narrow and social distancing not possible without stepping onto road. Also, no safe crossing. Widen pavements, reduce road to single file and install pedestrian crossing.Track:
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132608Photo #132608Better pavements & crossing! Very busy junction with lots of nursery kids crossing plus a cycle path exit - and difficult to cross the road and the junction is crammed full of parked carsTrack:
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132605Photo #132605Speed bumps were a welcome addition but are already half-flattened and too narrow to prohibit speeding. Unfortunately, cars have learned they can speed over them as if they weren't there. Could we bolster them?Track:
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132604Photo #132604Pavements are very narrow, especially when bins are out. It's impossible to push a pram down which means a lot of walking in the roadTrack:
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132600Photo #132600Cars fly under the bridge and pavement extremely narrow with blind corners & no safe crossing from windsor grove side of easton road to other side to access community centre/cycle path. Crossing would serve double purpose of slowing traffic down so it’s not the rat run it is currently.Track:
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132584Photo #132584Improve link between cycle path and city centre with dedicated cycle space on St. Philips Road. This is a busy industrial area with visiting HGVs whose drivers may not be aware that it constitutes a key commuter cyclist routeCycleway:
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132579Photo #132579Improve the link between the cycle path and Whitehall Road/Russel Town Avenue with dedicated cycle lane for those turning right from Whitehall Road onto the cycle path adjacent to the existing zebra crossing and a slip road entry for those turning left from the cycle path onto Whitehall Road. Current zebra crossing set up works for pedestrians but causes ambiguity and resentment between drivers and cyclists.Cycleway:
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132577Photo #132577Dedicated cycle space between the cycle path and Carlton Park to link the path to Church Road and protect cyclists in this narrow, congested, polluted stretch.Cycleway:
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132573Photo #132573Thomas Street to be closed for health reasons due to increasing use as rubbish tip.Temporary closure:
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132542Photo #132542Block Victoria Avenue here to obviate rat-run from Church Rd through Byron St. BS59NNTemporary closure:
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132534Photo #132534Byron Street BS59NN, one way street, permanently parked up both sides,very little space for passing cars. This is the start of rat-run from Church Rd to Crews Hole and Hanham via Beaufort Rd to avoid Church Rd traffic lights. Many cars passing each day.Unsafe to alight from parked car or to cross the street. 20 mph limit useless. Average transit time 13 seconds. Some drivers manage it in 8!! seconds from one end of street to the other including acceleration and braking periods. Propose blocking off Victoria Avenue in the middle, between Witchell Rd and Verrier Rd. in order to close this rat-run.Temporary closure:
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132478Photo #132478The pavement is extremely narrow on both sides of Whitehall Road. You would have to touch a passer by in order to not walk in the road. There is no pavement under the bike path bridge either, which is dangerous for pedestrians. This whole stretch of Whitehall Road needs traffic calming and a pedestrian crossing so children can safely cross from Redfield to Easton and vice versa for nursery and school.Track:
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132469Photo #132469Pavement is too narrowTrack:
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132467Photo #132467Pavement width on South side between Chalks Road and Victoria Parade is at times less than 1m and it is difficult for 2 people to pass.Track:
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132366Photo #132366Theres space for a pavement and a tree here! Too much roadTrack:
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132291Photo #132291Cyclists forced to use pavement past Shell petrol station. But it's illegal! Make it legal. And make Shell pay more than lip service to ensuring that their reckless customers stop mowing down cyclists when dashing out onto motorway. Today!Cycleway:
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132246Photo #132246Narrow road which is a rat run. Narrow pavements and parked cars make cycling difficult. The road is on route to a local school there is definitely a conflict between cyclists and cars rushing through and pedestrians and cyclists searching for a safe passage. It can be solved by making the road one way and create cycle lane or making it a cul-de-sac. Resident only access.Cycleway:
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132234Photo #132234Hudds Vale Road is used in rush hour by commuting traffic - it could be changed to one way or closed at certain times and replaced with cyclewaysTemporary closure:
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132193Photo #132193This is a rat run for Bath Road. It runs past a primary school, it is a residential area, the traffic prevents children cycling to school.Temporary closure:
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