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A zebra crossing is required here for children to cross from the west side of Manor Road, into Carrington Road.

Pedestrian crossing timing needs to be changed to prioritise pedestrians. This is a 2-stage crossing and the wait is unduly long. The road is often busy & queued and the long wait results in pedestrians crossing on red. This is an important ... [more]

The new pavement here isn't wide enough for everyone trying to get in and out of the park. I got shouted at by a cyclist for being in the road whilst trying to social distance. This is while the entrance is still closed to cars.

So narrow for cyclists and pedestrians. Could make it a shared path

Tree growing over the pavement - please trim it

Zebra crossing for primary school please

Pedestrian and cycle crossing from the alleyway

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Ham Street - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Dukes Ave - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Dukes Ave - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Dukes Avenue - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Broughton Avenue - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Broughton Avenue - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Woodville Road - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

Remove the brick planters and create large open area, add good cycle parking and cycle/pedestrian priority, with safe crossing points from St Richards church including a pedestrian crossing.

New junction with clear, safe provision for pedestrian and cyclists - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Broughton Ave - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Broughton Ave - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Back Lane - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

Have a pavement

Actually have one...

Put a bridge here connecting Hampton Court, the river and the Royal Parks with Long Ditton, without having to go to either Kingston or Hampton Court bridge.

Stop cars parking on the pavements forcing pedestrians into the road. The pleasant riverside walk is suddenly make dangerous and dirty due to litter build up around the parked cars

The pavement here is already extremely narrow, but the council with its complete contempt for pedestrians has allocated pavement space for cars to park on. This means that the pavement is completely inaccessible to disabled people and anyon ... [more]

This pavement is very narrow and cars regularly park on it so you cant get passed safely... and they ignore parking regulations...there are many children in the Close who have the right to be able to get to school safely especially now with ... [more]

All along White Hart Lane and the surrounding streets, drivers are allowed by the council to park on the pavement. This means that the pavement space available for pedestrians is very narrow in most places. It's difficult for two people to ... [more]

Pavement less than 1metre wide and additionally obstructed by street furniture

It’s not wide enough to walk down feeling safe as the car/buses travel too close. The pavement needs to be widened.

It’s not wide enough to walk down feeling safe as the car/buses travel too close. The pavement needs to be widened.

Pavement far too narrow for safety, please extend in to road.

Needs system in place for safe crossing as social distancing not possible due to very restricted space.

Needs system to cross footbridge safely as social distancing not possible

Pavement space is poor, and cars are prioritised over pedestrians here. Also needs a proper crossing.

M&S, Sandy’s and Brown’s are all very busy (which is good!) but the q’s make the footpath almost impossible to walk along. Could road capacity be reduced to allow wider footpath? Or close a pedestrian crossing to avoid overlap between ... [more]

Relocate the zebra crossings away from the junction to improve pedestrian safety

Pavements are much too narrow, made narrower by allowed pavement parking and impassable by any recycling bins. Stepping into the road to social distance is dangerous due to speeding traffic, regular buses, and an unprotected cycle route. Im ... [more]

Although this road is closed to cars, the poor surfacing makes it hard to use for walking or cycling. Proper surfacing needed.

Use of one lane each way for cars severly constricts space for walking.

Narrow pavement and parked cars by shops make social distancing difficult

Takeaway restaurants are open on Petersham Road, customers awaiting orders do not queue in a line, they cluster around the entrance waiting for their order to be called. The customers may be 2 m apart but it is IMPOSSIBLE for pedestrians to ... [more]

Very busy by park gate, remove parking and widen pavements

Extremely narrow pavement along this whole stretch of the High Street - pedestrians constantly need to step into the road in order to keep 2m distance

Extremely narrow pavement along this whole stretch of the High Street - pedestrians constantly need to step into the road in order to keep 2m distance

Very narrow pathway adjacent to 30mph road, on a path used by many children.

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