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Photo listing : tracks

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Pedestrians have to cross the bridge with full traffic to get to the businesses in the Business Park coming from the Loughborough direction. They are terrified having nowhere to walk except on the road with oncoming cars.

No pathways from Syston to Barkby or Queniborough at this location causing walkers and runners on the road.

Route 1 cycleway joins road on Platts Lane, Cossington but 2 way traffic is allowed to go up to 50 mph with very narrow footpath so reduce speed limit and or widen path but make the road one way only.

No lights and is unsafe through winter months

Poorly lit, new footpath has no lights at all. Is unsafe for pedestrians and cyclists.

Provide a 250m footpath on the highway verge to link between the Willow Road roundabout and when the footpath restarts opposite the cemetery. The route around the village is regularly used by all ages; to provide the missing link of 250 ... [more]

Loading bays used as parking spaces which encroach on the pavement preventing social distancing

Pavement at a steep angle, so difficult for my mobility-scooter using neighbours to travel to the supermarket.

Very very narrow pavement leading upto sacred heart school. Get rid of traffic calming,widen pavement, cut car traffic by making this section of beacon rd one way

Very very narrow footpath at Ward's End, Cattlemarket, Devonshire Square. Get rid of on-street parking to widen footpath.

Really tiny path to walk on and no cycle path

Too many cyclists, cars and vans travelling too fast for the high number of pedestrians and small children. Add 5 mph speed limit along the whole road.

The pavement only runs a little way along the main road. If there was a pavement to Thrussington we could safely walk the dog to our nearest local independently owned shop instead of having to go by car. Cats and dogs are regularly killed o ... [more]

This crossing on a bend is extremely dangerous for pedestrians as it forces people crossing the road to reach the public footpath to cross on the bend. The north side footpath must be extended to Beaumanor Drive to remove the need to cross ... [more]

Dangerous bend without visibility - a path is needed for pedestrians

Pavement here is in poor state or pedestrians and cyclists to share route. - Tree roots under path have created trip hazards - route could do with re surfacing.

Do something about parents parking on the pavements for school drop offs

Pathway too narrow, and on blind bend, dangerous for pedestrians and school children. No way to social distance

Overgrown verges and lack of pavement/path makes this an intimidating place for pedestrians. Could be wider and clearer, and open up access to many parts of countryside and increase access to Rushey Lane, and Swithland Woods.

Make it clear the footpath here is NOT a cycleway, very narrow path not suitable for both, yet due to nearby dedicated cycleways many use this as a shared path incorrectly.

Footpath is narrow and people need to queue on it for the pharmacy, not leaving enough room for other people to pass while keeping a safe distance

Narrow footpaths on cul de sac with Primary school, nursery and sheltered accommodation and residential homes

This footpath was supposed to be improved and paved right along here and along the south edge of the sports ground as far as the A50, replacing the rough and overgrown track round the west side of this field. They have only done so to this ... [more]

Perhaps a wider pavement to allow for social distancing and queuing outside shops.

The path disappears for a section of Birstall Road. Can the path please run the full length of both sides of the road?!

Narrow pavement

Very narrow path across the road from the Co-op.

This access either needs widening to allow social distancing to be possible, or closed to prevent access. As it is currently, social distancing on this pathway is not possible.

Pavement only on one side of the road, so to social distance, pedestrians have to walk in the road. Existing pavement sometimes narrowed by overgrowth of bushes also.

Pavement here could provide well lit and safer access to Anstey from Beaumont Leys. Now that traffic lights have been installed at the Anstey junction, it would make sense to extend the path past Gorse Hill, giving the option for pedestrian ... [more]

Widen footpath to support better access to train station.

A lot of conflict with motor vehicles often not used with consideration for other road users.

This is a narrow blind corner with a pavement on only one side. It is impossible to safely pass pedestrians coming in the other direction without stepping into traffic which has a limited view as it comes round the corner. A wider pavement ... [more]

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