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Photo listing : tracks (problem)

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This listing only shows photos within Basildon.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

The crossing light sequence unnecessarily delays pedestrians and cyclists. The crossing signals were designed so that the delay between operating cycles was after their operation. However as incorrectly installed the delay is after the but ... [more]

Footbridge steps hinder cycling. Footbridge staircases on both sides of the railway should have channels installed on both of their side to accommodate bicycle wheels and allow bicycles to be pushed up and rolled down the slot rather than ... [more]

Grossly overgrowing hedging planted on Council highway property of the west side of the path. This creates a narrow bottleneck on the path where it is at its busiest point and the lack of width and visibility causes a hazard at the junction ... [more]

Narrow path used by upward of 2000 people movements per day (my estimate). A grass verge is available for passing but this should not be necessary. Surface breaking up and terrible lighting. Reconstruction of the footpath and to a greater ... [more]

Very narrow bridge used by upward of 2000 people movements per day (my estimate). Also terrible lighting, highly hazardous surface in winter with actual serious injuries occurring. Replacement footbridge needed suitable for walking and cyc ... [more]

Parents queuing into the street. Path too narrow all along here. Why not make Hyde way one way? then widen the footpath and create a cycle lane and bike parking for parents at drop off time.

School traffic - footfall. Path too narrow. Telegraph pole in the way on bend and road sign too.

Pavement should be continuous from Norsey Road to Potash Road on this side of the road.

There needs to be Pavement on this side of Norsey Road. The trees could be cut back and a pavement put in.

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