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There isn't even a pavement on this side of the road - this really needs looked at. No space for walking at all!

On-street parking should be removed to either widen the pavement or provide a cycle way. Significant problem here with close passing of cars

Pavement and cycleway-to-be - surface needs raising as tree routes make it inaccessible for many

Wider better cycle path

Really unpleasant waiting area for buses. Like standing on a motorway. Needs to be more pedestrian and cycle focused.

Tarmac passage between Penarth and Bradnor Road

Too many cars parked on the pavements. Beech Road should be for pedestrians and cyclists only between 9 and 5.

Parking enforcement as a lot of drivers or taxis's park on pavements waiting for people at the airport

Enforcement needed to prevent cars parking on pavement and obstructing movement also drivers ignore one way directions

Very narrow pavement which is shared between pedestrians and people waiting at the bus stop. Very busy route during school run for children of secondary school. Pavement needs widening into the road space.

Narrow pavements with cars parking on the pavements during the school run. Please, prohibit parking on the pavements on this road during the school run.

Narrow pavements with cars parking on the pavements during the school run. Please, prohibit parking on the pavements on this road during the school run.

Very narrow pavement with cars partially parked on the pavement reducing the walking space for pedestrians. Busy walking route to the post office.

Very norrow pavement with cars parked on half of it. Please, stop cars parking on the pavement, as there is not enough space for pedestrians to walk. Busy route between shops, post office, bakery, farmacist

Pavement is extremely small, making social distancing impossible. It is also in very poor condition out side soup kitchen bar.

Massively floods when rainy - saw several people struggle to get across the huge puddle

Narrow pavement, with cars parked on it, and fast moving traffic means it is dangerous to step out into the road to enable social distancing. Introduce and enforce parking restrictions, and widen pavements.

Pavement parking on this predominantly residential street. Road too narrow for traffic in both directions, and used as a ratrun. Possible solutions could be to make one way, add and enforce parking restrictions, filtering to stop through tr ... [more]

Pavement parking is a real problem here during term time. Parents drive down very narrow streets to get to the school, parking on pavements and double yellow lines. There are no school markings on the road outside the main gate. Children fr ... [more]

Social distancing is impossible on the Oxford Road cycleways. they are narrow and run along busy pavements and through bus stops. The space needs to be reallocated to pedestrians for the duration of the pandemic with cyclists riding on the ... [more]

Pavement & cycle lane needed on both sides of this well-used road. A small strip of the golf club's land could easily be used

Remove the road parking spaces an allocate to walking.

Better provision for pedestrians as cars speed over the roundabout which at busy times makes it hard to cross and this is usually used by parents and children going to the primary school

Drainage needed. This is flooded for week at a time, upto 10cm deep for upto 50m

Cars often park on the payment on this street leaving no space for pushchairs and wheelchair users

The pedestrian & cycle access to the water park is very limited. Could you pave the cobbles at the road entrance & rearrange/replace the style & kissing gate to allow for more distancing?

Too narrow a footpath to allow for social distancing

Parking needs removing to widen footway

The pavement across Lower Byrom Street should be raised and continuous to aid people walking up Quay Street and to slow traffic turning in and reduce rat running.

Wider around the bus stops. Hard to pass when bus stop full of waiting people.

Wider pavement to enable social distancing as pedestrians forced into road with cars at present

Groups of pedestrians are usually here waiting to cross from Canal St. A pedestrian crossing and a wider pavement should be implemented

Groups of pedestrians are usually here waiting to cross from Canal St. A pedestrian crossing and a wider pavement should be implemented

Groups of pedestrians are usually here waiting to cross from Canal St. A pedestrian crossing and a wider pavement should be implemented

Pedestrians squeezed between outside seating area of bars and railings either side of crossing. Impossible to physically distance. Extend pedestrian area into road.

Pavement not wide enough to allow physical distancing in front of this row of shops and takeaways. Extend pavement into street.

Pavement parking means not enough room for pedestrians to pass safely on pavements. Make one way, restrict parking to one side of street only, and mark out on road parking area on that side.

Narrow pavements and parked cars. Restrict parking and widen pavements.

Pavement widening through suspending parking. One-way should also be considered.

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