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Footpath has been fenced in and is now very narrow made it very difficult in recent times to pas safely

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Slow down traffic past school - 20 mph - www.20splenty.org

Slow down traffic past school - 20 mph - www.20splenty.org

Slow down traffic past school - 20 mph - www.20splenty.org

Slow down traffic past school - 20 mph - www.20splenty.org

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Widen canal towpath for pedestrians and cyclists to allow safer passing - The Kennet and Avon Cycle Route is around 83 miles in length and takes you from Bath to Reading.

Widen canal towpath for pedestrians and cyclists to allow safer passing - The Kennet and Avon Cycle Route is around 83 miles in length and takes you from Bath to Reading.

Widen canal towpath for pedestrians and cyclists to allow safer passing - The Kennet and Avon Cycle Route is around 83 miles in length and takes you from Bath to Reading.

Widen canal towpath for pedestrians and cyclists to allow safer passing - The Kennet and Avon Cycle Route is around 83 miles in length and takes you from Bath to Reading.

Widen canal towpath for pedestrians and cyclists to allow safer passing - The Kennet and Avon Cycle Route is around 83 miles in length and takes you from Bath to Reading.

Widen canal towpath for pedestrians and cyclists to allow safer passing - The Kennet and Avon Cycle Route is around 83 miles in length and takes you from Bath to Reading.

Add signage approaching tunnel under bridge - "give way to pedestrians in road"

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Slow down traffic past school - 20 mph - www.20splenty.org

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Cycling is not allowed along this woodland path. However, the stretch of road next to it includes two traffic islands. Traffic is held up behind cyclists and often risks are taken when people try and overtake cyclists between the two isla ... [more]

The road between Pangbourne and Purley is a fast (50mph) road. There is only a pavement on the north side of the road and it is very narrow. Cyclists are very vulnerable on this stretch of road.

I would like to cycle from Curridge to Chieveley with my son to do the school run. A cycle way would make this feasible.

Would love to cycle with my son to school from Curridge to Chieveley. A cycle way along Priors Court Road would make this feasible.

All along Fifth Rd from the back entrance of St Barts school, the pavement on both sides is very narrow. Very hard to walk on it without being single file or walking in the road. Pavement needs to be widened or the hedgerows creating the is ... [more]

Bushes are overgrown and encroach on the path for cyclists and pedestrians

Traffic lights often fail to register bicycles and stay on red

CYCLOPS junction needed here

Provide a pedestrian crossing on this popular but dangerous crossing

The road marking directs cyclists into a kerb that should be dropped, but isn't.

A Park and Ride from east of Thatcham through to the Bypass at Shaw would be a good idea to reduce traffic and allow cyclist space on the roads.

Making a bus/cycle lane from the Swan roundabout through the town with a Park and Ride from Greenham Business Park to Vodafone would reduce traffic in the town centre and enable cyclists to use the bus lane rather then the existing narrow f ... [more]

Overhanging trees here need cutting back to allow safe cycling

The footpath down the A339 south of the Pinchington Lane roundabout all the way to the Greenham Business Park needs widening and the trees cutting back to allow safe cycling. Soil encroachment has also reduced the 1.2 metre wide footpath t ... [more]

Path is far to narrow probably due to overgrown hedgerows all the way from Conifer Crest to the Monument. Currently people are risking their safety jumping the ditches and walking in the road

Pavement narrow for volume of school children from 2 schools and by a busy road.

Pavement widening for safety of school children.

The pavement is far too narrow to accommodate the number of children and adults accessing the schools. The grass verge could be used to widen the path.

Prioritise a cycle route from Wash Common down to Fifth Road along Elizabeth Avenue/ Valley Road to encourage cycling to train station and town centre without risking Andover Road. It serves many residential streets and areas whereas Andove ... [more]

The pavements both sides of Essex St are narrow and could be widened. A narrower carriageway would slow traffic down

The pavement here is too narrow and in disrepair. This is close to a main school gate and students regularly walk in the road. The hedgerow is an important feature here but it is not regularly maintained and when it is trimmed, the trimming ... [more]

Pavement is too narrow and students walking to and from from the school often have to use the road to walk along. Reduce hedge width and or reduce road width in order to widen pavement.

Currently WBC building states that the track behind it is not a cycle way, and its cobbled. If surface was more cycle friendly, it would be a great route to the station.

Possibility to widen the path (purchasing strip of land from currently empty ex nursery plot) to enable safer cycling and pedestrians from town centre towards Shaw

Lots of school children, often have to go in the road to pass each other

The pavement is very narrow here and it is very busy with children walking down to St Barts or up to Park House every morning and afternoon. I have noticed on many occasions children stepping out into the road as the pavement is too busy in ... [more]

The path is too narrow and it is the road alongside a huge secondary school with over 1500 pupils. If two people meet one would have to go onto the road and at certain time sof the day this would be so dangerous.

Pavement on this side of Monks Lane is too narrow. People often have to step onto the road in order to maintain social distance when passing. There are crossings to go to ther other side of the road but all residential buildings are on th ... [more]

Too narrow

Very little pavement along the road so joggers, walkers and dog walkers have to walk in the road

Cycle path needed

Cycle path needed.

Widen too narrow

Widen too narrow

Too narrow

Widen

Fifth Road pavement is far too narrow for so many pupils to be walking along to get to and from secondary school. Even for myself with a family we find it’s too narrow. It may be 30 mph along that road but it doesn’t feel safe and it co ... [more]

Hedges really overgrown, trees overhanging - hardly any space on the pavement in places.

There are no pavements on this road and speeding is common. Drivers should be encouraged to drive slowly and give space to pedestrians, runners, cyclists and horse riders through signage / traffic calming.

Stop through traffic so walkers, runners, cyclists and horse riders can use this road safely, access only for the very few properties which are on this road. No need for through traffic to use it.

Narrow path on one side of the road, overgrown hedgerows. Not enough space for pedestrians to safely pass.

This could be a quiet lane for walkers, runners, cyclists and horse riders. No need for any through traffic, just access only for farms. Currently dangerous for these users when vehicles speed through using this lane as a short-cut.

Footpath is too narrow because of overgrown hedging

Narrow path on one side of the road only. Needs to be much wider and/or provision on other side of the road too.

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