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Photo listing: tracks (problem)

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The road outside of the layby here should be designated as no parking. Parked cars here are very dangerous for pedestrians and is too narrow! This road should really be a Quiet Lane.

Have the hedges cut back to help the visually impaired it will also help in the current situation

Over lockdown the landowner put up fences to narrow the footpath and block gaps into Prince's Wood. This is an ex-colliery railway and should be a lot wider than the space left by the fences - just like the rest of the incline. It also … [more]

Overgrown hedges..... home owners need to cut them back as overhang the pavement too much, causing restrictions for walkers.

The council removed road lighting on the section between Cherry Lane and Greengate Road as an energy saving measure. New pedestrian lighting is necessary to maintain safety on the pedestrian route to the post-office, school and other … [more]

The footway on Lawton Road is less than 1m wide and on one side of the road only. Road space should be reallocated to pedestrians.

There is no footway along Sandbach Road in the break between houses discouraging pedestrians from walking along a high speed section of road with no street lighting.

Absence of a continuous footway on Sandbach Road between Cherry Lane and Sandbach Road Lawton Heath. The road speed is also too high at 40mph around a blind corner.

Many people use the Salt Line for exercise. To reach it there is only a narrow pavement on one side of the road and no pavement at all on the other side of the road. To reach the Salt Line one has to cross the road at a dangerous point.

Narrow footpath leading to the local shops and school, needs widening

Need a pavement as people walk on the narrow 60 mph road. Very dangerous.

Cyclists should not be allowed/encouraged through the pedestrian area of town as this will be detrimental to pedestrian users causing anxiety and fear to pedestrians and possible loss of custom to Congleton town centre. Town centre … [more]

There is a traffic island here to assist with crossing this road which is very busy around school drop off /pick-up times. The pavement though is too narrow here for the number of people crossing and especially difficult to cross here If … [more]

There is a traffic island here to assist with crossing this road which is very busy around school drop off /pick-up times. The pavement though is too narrow here for the number of people crossing and especially difficult to cross here If … [more]

Crossing from footway into park is dangerous. On a blind bend with no crossing facility. Could provide footway on other side with crossing further down South Park Drive.

Dangerous crossing. Pavement required over hump back bridge to make it safe for pedestrians to access cycling and walking routes.

A crossing. The current crossings east of the railway bridge do not function at busy times. You become easily stranded on an island and the islands are too small for double buggies. Ideally a toucan crossing.

Safe pedestrian route required over railway bridge to aid car free walks from town into countryside.

Pavement is in very dangerous state, pedestrians need to walk in road to avoid risk of injury.

Overgrown verge and hedge make this very dangerous for more than 1 person to walk.

Very dangerous for pedestrians walking from Scholar Green Village Hall to Church as so many weeds, undergrowth, bushes etc taking up majority of pavement all needs removing. There is actually a stone wall in places so pavement supposed to … [more]

For the same reasons as the cycleway. There needs to be a reasonable footpatch for this area. The current path is only wide enough for a single person to walk, and even then, is right next to the road so incredibly unsafe

Difficult to cross from West Park to the hospital with a bike due to narrow pavements and awkward corners due to location of crossing and kerbs.

This road is easily wide enough to both extend the pavement and add a cycle path. It might encourage folk to slow down when driving through the village too.

This is a fast narrow road with no footpath for pedestrians

Pavement is too narrow for 2 people to pass safely. needs widening

Bellmouth of the junction should be reduced to allow easier crossing on foot.

The footways are too narrow in the retail area. footways on Chapel Lane could be widened to accommodate more walking.

Pavement is too narrow to pass another person safely. Also not wide enough for pushchair/wheelchair.

Dangerous pedestrian crossing

Allow cafes and restaurants to put tables in temporary suspended parking to establish Parklets and a business case for keeping suspensions post Dovie.

Pavements on both sides of West Road are far too narrow

One way pedestrian plan good but unworkable unless a crossing is installed here

Pavement too narrow for 2 prams or wheelchairs to pass each other

Pavement too narrow for 2 prams to pass

A derestricted section of road encourages excessive and dangerous speeds. Pavements on both sides could be converted to shared use

Need more space for walking at a safe social distance, many vulnerable elderly people in this area

Traffic calming and lighted crossing needed (Toucan) to enable walkers / cyclists to go from Astbury Mere (Sandy Lane) to Solly Crescent safely.

As part of the re-routing of NCN55 and to improve access between the town centre and new developments along Macclesfield Road and Manchester Road and Moss Lane, widening of the path into the grass verge at the snicket from St Johns Rd to … [more]

A Crossing (of some sort), preferably Toucan on Brook Street / Buxton Road between Biddulph Valley Way and the new Morris Homes development, Davenshaw Drive (in anticipation of Morris Homes fulfilling its s106 agreement to construct a … [more]

Dropped kerb leading to the Toucan crossing of Willow St on the approach from Cooper St.

The pavement is narrow. The road is too narrow all along this stretch of road for the size of the trucks which use it. If the speed limit were reduced to 20mph it would give pedestrians and cyclists a better chance of holding their own … [more]

Pavement between this marker and just before Cartwright Road (travelling south west) is narrow and people can't pass safely.

Car constantly parked on pavement here

It’s a long wait for lights. Speed it up please

Constant flooding after new junction. Sort it out.

Insane at school times cars constantly parked, double parked , blocking the. Road, on zig zags on pavement. A real danger for all students in 3?school. Road needs to be closed in one direction except for bikes, or camera enforcement

Make Hazelbadge Road a School Street.

No pavement around a dangerous blind bend. Unbelievably a few years ago Network Rail replaced the bridge and took the large wall down… without anyone apparently thinking it might be a good opportunity to add a pavement! If no pavement is … [more]

Street Lane is always surprisingly busy, even with Moggie Lane currently closed. There are a lot of fast cars. The pavement is completely overgrown forcing walkers and runners into the road. The pavement needs to be cleared and widened.

Motorists driving on the pavement and leaving their vehicles blocking it. Ticket them, tow them away, crush them.

How about a foot/cycle bridge across to Third Avenue, to improve connections to the industrial estate and encourage active travel?

This needs a way of crossing the road between the two popular footpaths. Traffic is really fast and there's a lot of it. Can we pedestrian light it or have a funnel where it's 20mph limit please?

Speed limit switches from 30 to NSL (60!) here, why?! Pavement where it exists is extremely narrow and usually blocked by overgrown vegetation. No pavement at all around the worst blind bend, frequently pedestrians having to walk in road … [more]

Potential to be a well used recreational footpath, but currently has noticed on it declaring it to be 'too narrow' for social distancing. Presumably not official notices although they look it. :-) The obvious thing to do here is clear the … [more]

Extremely busy narrow road and pavement over the railway bridge effectively mean that Poynton is now severed by the railway line due to social distancing rules. No great solution to this, but perhaps allow public foot access across the … [more]

Narrow pavement, busy road. Ban parking here (cars parked here is a recent phenomenon, so I am pretty sure it won't be missed). Widen pavement. Reduce to 20mph to aid cycling.

No formal crossing whatsoever for Buxton Rd or Jacksons Edge. People have been demanding this for years, please can we have pelican crossings on each arm of the junction?

Disley’s main village centre only has a narrow pavement yet parked cars are allowed to line the street. There’s lots of car parking space to the south, so remove the on-street bays except for a couple of disabled spaces and provide a wider … [more]

When the houses are built on the field here the opportunity should be taken to add a pavement and cycletrack to avoid this busy, narrow pinch point. No space for anything other than cars here at present!

Extremely narrow pavements, busy road. Tricky one to solve. I suggest making it no parking (residents need a carpark within 5 mins walk - maybe The Club?), widen pavements, reduce to 20mph to aid cycling.

Wider pavements needed outside school on Bulkeley/Clumber Road. Would reduce space for cycling so a 20 mph limit would be helpful.

Very busy road with narrow pavements. There is space in the road to widen the footways. Would reduce space for cycling so a 20 mph limit would be helpful.

Busy road with narrow pavements! There is space to accommodate more walking space in the road. Would reduce space for cycling so a 20 mph limit would be helpful.

Poor visibility and no pavement on this narrow canal bridge next to large new housing development. Consider some solution such as temporary traffic lights to make it safer for pedestrians to cross.

Nantwich road outside crewe station is the busiest stretch, possibly in the whole of Cheshire east. At peak times pedestrians are bunched up by crossing lights and the road is too busy to walk in.

We need to widen the pavement here to enable social distancing.

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