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Photo listing : tracks (problem)

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Widen pavement with temporary cones. The pavement here is too narrow making social distancing impossible when passing. Cones could be added reclaiming some of the road to widen the pavement/pedestrian area, while there is adequate road spac ... [more]

Widen pavement with temporary cones. The pavement here is very narrow making social distancing impossible when passing. Cones could be added reclaiming some of the road to widen the pavement/pedestrian area, while there is adequate road spa ... [more]

Pavement could be widened by requiring residents to keep their bins in front gardens. Currently significant parts of the pavement are narrowed to barely a metre, due to wheely bins being left permanently out on the pavement. This slows down ... [more]

TOUCAN Crossing required for pedestrians and cyclists to cross the roundabout

Add a cycling and walking route to deddington

A public footpath (between Wendlebury and Weston-on-the-Green) crosses the M40 A34/41 roundabout, but there is no clear and safe way to walk around the roundabout because it is overgrown or too narrow and crossing the carriageways involves ... [more]

Town Walk is very overgrown, it is now less than 1metre wide in places, vegetation clearance is desperately needed.

Cycleway exit requires joining 70mph traffic exiting A34. Exiting vehicles cannot see cycles which have just rejoined the road. Extend paved cycle area to meet B4027, or further from A34

Entry to A34 cycleway dangerous due to exposure to cars when joining cycleway

Pavement is in extreme disrepair, narrow. Entry and exits from B430 and B4027 dangerous.

Better maintenance of verges required to allow pedestrians to use fast road more safely

Path narrowed by vegetation from the Chesterton slip road (south) all the way back to Blue Diamond centre.

Pavement totally impassable approaching the Wendlebury Road and the path from the disused North bound slip road to the A41 all the way down to the Wendlebury Road is overgrown and deeply churned up in parts.

Walking route to bucknell, this road is very fast, verge is wide enough for a path

Crossing the road here is very difficult. The road layout here is terrible for visibility for pedestrians.

Public access to footpaths around Graven Hill woods.

When you cross from Bure Park to the Southwold side but need to turn right to cut down Windmill Avenue, a lampost makes the pavement very narrow. Perhaps the bushes can be cut back to widen it.

Widen the pathway

Please make it quite clear that this path should not be used for cyclists only pedestrians by putting up signs at the start and end of the path plus from the entrances from the 3 closes entering onto it. Elderly people and dog walkers are ... [more]

The bushes and long grass on the A41 between the Rodney house roundabout and the Ambrosden junction desperately need cutting back. This is the left hand side

Only wide enough for one person.

There is no safe way to walk from Braeburn Avenue to Caversfield, especially to Saint Lawrence church.

This stretch of pavement is heavily used by school traffic so lots of prams and buggys and those going to local shops as well as cyclists. The road (despite the design) often has speeding motorists on and so crossing over is not possible.

Flooding at crossing point no alternative path on other side of road standing water after rain wheelchairs from care home cannot get through school route to several schools . Reported on fix my street no money was the reply!

At least 1 m of width of the share path along the length of Charbridge Lane is under vegetation and needs to be cleared.

Some form of measure need this along whole stretch of Shakespeare to slow traffic

Speed - long straight from roundabout at tay gardens down towards Tesco store. Too many parked cars Tay gardens roundabout to either side of Blenheim drive. Makes road unsafe for both cyclists and pedestrians

Joggers and cyclists seem to have an ignorance of social distancing and a lack of respect for other pedestrians

Very narrow pavement. Right along this road and only on one side. All popular footpaths and pavement should have width marked as majority seem unsure of how far 2m is. This would give clear understanding and pretty cheap to do.

Pavement is very narrow all down this road.

Trees and bushes are so overgrown half the path is unusable

Lots of people from heyford park walk to the footpath on the corner and is very dangerous

This tunnel is very narrow, impossible to social distance


Very narrow paths on both sides of the road, impossible to social distance

Pavement is only big enough for one person to walk down

Widen the footpath to allow people in opposing directions to pass one another with social distancing.

Add a speed bump, in order to slow down cars between the two paths.

Trim the overhanging hedge, so that the full width of the pavement is available.

No footpath on the eastern side of Launton Rd at this point

The paths here are very narrow, one person max so have to step into the road when other people are about. Which is dangerous because the roads is only narrow too. Ideal time to close it to vehicles and make a pedestrian and cycle way

More and more people use this route to and from Langford aswell as increase when Gravin hill becomes more populated. This pathway is single file only.

Conversion of the parking bay to a widened path would be beneficial here.

Conversion of the parking bay to a widened path would be beneficial here.

Conversion of the parking bay to a widened path would be beneficial here.

There is no pavement here, from the A41 roundabout to most of the way to the Middleton Stoney road roundabout.

This pavement is also used by cyclists. Very dangerous in the dark, since cyclists get blinded by car headlights. Streelighting would improve safety for both cyclists and pedestrians.

Path far to narrow to socially distance. Widen the path.

Picking way across fields between Bicester and Upper Heyford

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