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On E-Scooters: The Government will be debating E-Scooters soon, and my MP Sarah Jones has told me she will be forwarding this solution. Greenpeace agree with this idea. For Towns 'streets and roads', make one Pavement for Pedestrians ... [more]

Drop kerbs and double yellow lines at junctions to improve pedestrian line of sight and access for disabled and push chairs.

Very narrow pavement at traffic lights near school. Compulsory purchase corner of the car park at the flats to widen pavement.

Please keep the new cycle lanes in place. They free up space on the pavement for people walking and provide a much calmer traffic environment

Make the junction mouth smaller. It feels very unsafe walking round the bend, on the road, with traffic coming towards you at speed

Traffic often speeds up this straight stretch. As a result many cycles use the pavements for safety but this is risky for pedestrians. Improvements to slow traffic may help?

If it were split on the side heading into town there’s enough room for a cycle and footpath on the pavement - ideal for kids heading to oasis school

Bottom half of foundry lane. Cant get my sons special needs buggy diwn foundry lane from the Spar to the botton by the Millbrook train station Bridge.

Just stop cyclists using pavements everywhere and forcing pedestrians to walk into roads to maintain social distancing

Cars parking on the narrow pavement preventing being able to walk safely. Walking in the road to maintain social distancing and to get around with a pram. Road used frequently by cyclists and people speeding through.

Railings along the narrow pavement mean that social distancing is not possible. Railings need removing and path widening to enable safe passing. This is also a key route for commuters and the Bitterne Manor school.

It is always tight here around Greg's and the bus shelters

Cars always parked on footpath so no way to social distance (except to walk on main road)

The foot path here makes several 90 degree turns one after the other, making it very difficult not to bump into other pedestrians

Lovers Walk is too narrow for effective social distancing especially once students return and cyclists use the path to get to university

Providing a paved footpath (no cycling) behind the houses here and well separated from Burgess Rd would provide safe and speedy access for students and staff between Boldrewood campus and Highfield campus. There's already an unpaved path ... [more]

Difficult to cross on this side because of the lack of pedestrian signals. Traffic often turning in from all directions.

Cars from dealership often parked half on the pavement

Very narrow pavement on Marlborough Road

This junction is awful to cross, no dropped kerbs, no crossing points. Walkers have to just gamble and run. Zebra on all arms please.

Currently a very thin shared use pavement. Not possible to social distance or even cycle and walk safely

Pavement too narrow all down Bassett avenue.

Not enough space to walk past people queuing for shops without stepping into road with cars speeding. Slow traffic please.

Needs widening, barriers removing, and continuous footway improving so it is possible to safely turn left onto the common from Northlands Rd

Needs wider pavements so kids can get into school safely

School entrance should be here. Archers Road isn't wide enough to allow the kids to go into Banister School safely.

Generally a very bad junction to navigate as a pedestrian, especially if you want to cross from Winchester Road towards Redbridge Hill or Percy Road.

Pavement on either side is too narrow, but especially on the northern side. Need to step into the road to maintain distance from somoene coming the other way.

There is a lot of queuing for the local shops, especially the Co-op, and there isn't enough room to walk past except by stepping in the road. Traffic comes through quite fast from Cobden Avenue turning right into the Triangle. Maybe make th ... [more]

Can't social distance on the footpaths on the bridge

Left hand side heading to hospital is very narrow (basically too narrow for one person) Right hand side is normal pavement width. Both sides in general too narrow to socially distant without walking in road which is busy with cyclists, car ... [more]

Sympathetic modern development in the old town area.

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