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137623Photo #137623Zebra crossing required for pedestrians to/from DDay museum / Castle desire lineTrack:
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122596Photo #122596Zebra crossing needs to change to a pelican crossing , idiots don’t stop for pedestriansTrack:
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147368Photo #147368You should be able to put in contra flow cycling on the road as with the neighbouring road.Cycleway:
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154534Photo #154534You have to wait ages for a green pedestrian/cycle light here & people are near each other.Track:
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147264Photo #147264You can’t cycle your kids to Craneswater and Southsea Infant schools because it involves going down Albert Road which is appalling for traffic. Cars speed down that road; it has no cycle path; and cars park outside the schools and Sainsbury’s on double yellow linesCycleway:
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150987Photo #150987With the seafront closed, the volume of traffic here makes crossing the road on foot or by bike a dangerous nightmare. At the very least it needs a light-controlled crossing outside Dolphin Court, or better still a zebra crossing and a speed reduction.Temporary closure:
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closure
118651Photo #118651With the increase in pedestrian usage of the Tipner Hilsea sea wall route and of the shared use path here Northern parade needs a cycle lane for faster cyclists. Alternative parking will need to be allocated to residents.Cycleway:
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147223Photo #147223With no pavement here it is dangerous to cross. Permanently close the road to cars.Track:
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126064Photo #126064Wider footpathsTrack:
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124151Photo #124151Wider footpath needed both sidesTrack:
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147732Photo #147732Wider cycle pathCycleway:
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121672Photo #121672Widened pavementTrack:
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119120Photo #119120Widened cycle lane needed going over Copnor bridgeCycleway:
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143817Photo #143817Widen this bridge to allow cycling, which is currently prohibited so cyclists have to dismount.Cycleway:
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143925Photo #143925Widen this bridge to allow cycling, which is currently prohibited so cyclists have to dismount.Cycleway:
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119089Photo #119089Widen the pavements, they're only about 1m wide!Track:
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119521Photo #119521Widen the pavement, very hard to squeeze past the bust stop.Track:
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119113Photo #119113Widen the cycle way, it's not wide enough at the best of times let alone during social distancing and the current amount of cyclists.Cycleway:
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143628Photo #143628Widen shared path for cyclists/pedestrians.
Ray Pettitt, PO4 8AD
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124918Photo #124918Widen pavements to allow people to avoid walking in the busy roadTrack:
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119517Photo #119517Widen pavement, and/or ban cars from driving or parking on the pavementTrack:
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147536Photo #147536Widen pavement to allow for social distancing.Track:
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124919Photo #124919Widen pavement and remove barriers - not enough space for people to pass one anotherTrack:
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121737Photo #121737Widen paths so people don't need to walk in the roadTrack:
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124914Photo #124914Widen paths so people don't need to walk in the roadTrack:
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137571Photo #137571Widen path to guidelines for two way walking and cycling to improve access to College other routesCycleway:
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124916Photo #124916Widen path to enable people to walk in the road - this is especially bad on the main thoroughfares, less of a problem walking on side roadsTrack:
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143635Photo #143635Widen designated cycle path and mark route up to Allaway Road traffic lights.Cycleway:
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143634Photo #143634Widen cycle restricting barrier by 50%. Also at far (E) end of this designated route.Cycleway:
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126868Photo #126868Wide junction with motor vehicles turning at high speed, no pedestrian phase or even visibility of traffic lights to know when safe to cross. Needs continuous footway/cycle path markings across junction with give way markings to road to make it clear to drivers that people crossing have priority as per highway code.Track:
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127319Photo #127319Wide junction with motor vehicles turning at high speed, no pedestrian phase or even visibility of traffic lights to know when safe to cross. Needs continuous footway/cycle path markings across junction with give way markings to road to make it clear to drivers that people crossing have priority as per highway code.Track:
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127326Photo #127326Wide junction with motor vehicles turning at high speed, no pedestrian phase or even visibility of traffic lights to know when safe to cross. Needs continuous footway/cycle path markings across junction with give way markings to road to make it clear to drivers that people crossing have priority as per highway code.Track:
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137499Photo #137499Why is this not a 'Toucan Crossing' as it is handy cycle link to avoid Arundel street roundaboutCycleway:
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137503Photo #137503Why is there not a clear direct north / south cycle link on the eastern side of Mile End Road all the way through to Rudmore Rbt? There is plenty of space to create one.Cycleway:
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134329Photo #134329When you’re cycling towards the Eastern road it’s not obvious that you’re heading to a busy road. Make it obvious or slow traffic speeds and /or put in a raised tableCycleway:
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134376Photo #134376When you’re cycling towards the Eastern road it’s not obvious that you’re heading to a busy road. Make it obvious or slow traffic speeds and /or put in a raised tableCycleway:
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148186Photo #148186When cycling along the seafront you can stay off the road along common until you get to near pier and it’s dangerous to have to cross the road & cycle along the busy road in front of the pier.Cycleway:
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105727Photo #105727Wheeling channel at the rear entry to Fratton stationOther:
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137606Photo #137606What purpose does this road serve? Close it and extend d-day memorial gardens west.Temporary closure:
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48481Photo #48481Well-used cycle parking at Portsmouth's international ferry terminal.Cycle parking:
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147258Photo #147258We'd love to cycle more to go shopping etc. But bikes are always being stolen, so we don't risk leaving our bikes. Can PCC improve where to lock bikes in e.g.. Southsea shops, Cascades area, Gunwharf? Make it more secure? Please. Friends feel the same and we only take bikes out for leisure rides, where we don't leave our bikes.Track:
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119110Photo #119110We need room for local businesses to trade outside.Temporary closure:
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147170Photo #147170Very difficult to cross at this point (opposite Natural History Museum). The road is VERY wide here. A refuge island halfway across the road would mean that could cross in stages and would be much safer.Track:
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147252Photo #147252Very difficult for cyclists/pedestrians to see the traffic lights when crossing, awkward angle, make clearer.Cycleway:
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138236Photo #138236Very dangerous spot to cross the road from the hovercraft terminal. Cars from 3 directions, buses, vehicles parked, taxis, freight drop off etc etc. Proper pedestrian crossing requiredTrack:
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147097Photo #147097Vehicles are often parked on inside of sharp corner making it difficult to be seen around the corner when cycling (especially with kids to adjacent school gate. Footway should be widen to discourage parking and open up sightlines at cornerTrack:
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129427Photo #129427Vehicle entry speed too fast to enable easy crossing of the road.Track:
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149943Photo #149943Uninspiring area. It would be good to have flowers/ wild plants in the big planter would make the area look loved.Track:
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60506Photo #60506Underpass towards Portsmouth ferry portCycleway:
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60512Photo #60512Underpass on NCN route 22 near Portsmouth ferry portCycleway:
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90142Photo #90142Underpass from Portsmouth's international ferry terminal to NCN route 22Cycleway:
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60509Photo #60509Underpass and cycle route towards Portsmouth ferry portCycleway:
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126297Photo #126297Uncontrolled crossing. Difficult to know when to crossCycleway:
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126299Photo #126299Uncontrolled crossing. Difficult to know when to crossCycleway:
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147413Photo #147413Two way cycling needed along this roadCycleway:
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147411Photo #147411Two way cycling improvements neededCycleway:
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126311Photo #126311Traffic island and dropped kerb needs moving northwards up Festing Road as this is a blind corner with cars swinging round fast.Track:
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129476Photo #129476Traffic Filtering required allow Orchard road to be alternative cycle route to Goldsmith AveTemporary closure:
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137590Photo #137590Traffic filter to stop vehicles cutting through to avoid Kingston RoadTemporary closure:
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closure
129490Photo #129490Traffic filter to stop rat running from Elm groveTemporary closure:
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closure
129498Photo #129498Traffic Filter to stop rat running east to west to avoid elm grove lightsTemporary closure:
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60498Photo #60498Toucan crossing, PortsmouthCycleway:
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90145Photo #90145Toucan crossing, 7am in Portsmouth - cars and cyclists heading for the naval dockyardCycleway:
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147316Photo #147316Top bit of Lorne Road and Havelock Road could easily accommodate cycles in BOTH directions (as in other residential routes); makes a good safe route between Campbell Road and Victoria Road NorthCycleway:
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147592Photo #147592Too narrow for cycles. Either add in a cycle lane or reopen the seafront to alleviate heavy trafficCycleway:
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129372Photo #129372Too much traffic being fed into the cross roads here - especially at school time. needs a restriction of some description no entry into Francis Ave or 'school street' in St ronan's road to reduce likelihood of an accident.Temporary closure:
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122406Photo #122406Too many people on this pavement as it a main route to the seafront and there is no crossing to the other side. Always traffic so hard to step into roadTrack:
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147769Photo #147769Too many kids arriving on narrow pavements and to many parents in cars. It was necessary to install cameras here before. This road should be closed between 08:00 and 09:30 and from 14:45 to 15:15 to enable parents and kids to remain socially distanced whilst picking up and dropping off.Track:
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147369Photo #147369To enable easier east /west movement make this road contra flow for cyclistsCycleway:
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154451Photo #154451This, along with Peronne Rd is a rat run in rush hours which combined with the roadside parking makes it dangerous for vulnerable road users. It is also a good cycle route linking Limberline Rd, Northern Parade, Highbury, Tipner Coast Path etc.Temporary closure:
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65757Photo #65757This should be a proper unobstructed cycle crossing.Obstruction:
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129485Photo #129485This section of Lake road is wide enough for segregated & protected lane if grass verges are used.Cycleway:
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129365Photo #129365This section of Albert road should be one way from main road to Vic Rd South but only true left at exit. Parking often restricts it to one lane anyway, and it is often used a cut through for vehicle wanting to access Albert road.Temporary closure:
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143880Photo #143880This section is one-way but is the only connection towards the academy that avoids busy streets - cyclists (esp. pupils) should be allowed in a contraflow.Cycleway:
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137595Photo #137595This section is one way but is also useful cycle link north south to fifth street crossing of St Marys road. Need two way cycling option / cycle nae fro contra flow between Beecham road and Hampshire street.Cycleway:
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129465Photo #129465This road section needs fully resurfacing as it is exceptionally rough & bumpy on a bike.Cycleway:
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147624Photo #147624This road is very busy and fast especially with the diversion around the closed seafront . I like the closed seafront . I think the next step is to reduce traffic on this road. Make it one way and have the second lane as a protected cycle way. That way we can all share the space more fairlyCycleway:
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148073Photo #148073This pavement has a no cycling sign. It is too uneven and narrow for cycles and pedestrians. I have been hit by a cycle coming out of my door. Front doors open straight onto the path.Cycleway:
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147747Photo #147747This part of the road needs definitely a SAFE pedestrians crossing as cars, especially coming from town centre direction are speeding and never stop.Track:
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147318Photo #147318This is wide pavement shared by bikes and pedestrians. Not very safe esp at corner. Could easily make better for both by making clear division for bikes and people on foot.Cycleway:
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137549Photo #137549This is supposedly shared path but s not wide enough on in good enough condition, but there is room to improve it.Track:
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129495Photo #129495This is supposed to be a shared path but is too narrow. Either pavement needs widening or road narrowing to install dedicated cycling facility.Track:
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122542Photo #122542This is a very busy route to the seafront. With cars parked on both sides (and poor visibility) cars and cyclists both don't have enough space.Cycleway:
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122545Photo #122545This is a very busy route to the seafront (between bransbury park and the eastney swimming pool). There isn't enough space on the pavement for pedestrians to safely pass each other. There are often people walking and running into the road to get past each other which is unsafe for them and a hazard for bikes and cars.Track:
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121956Photo #121956This is a terrible junction coming out of Haslemere Road onto Highland Road, with poor visibility and fast moving traffic. Push car parking on north side of Highland Road back from the junction.Cycleway:
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121951Photo #121951This is a dangerous junction for bikes travelling straight on towards Eastney. The width of the road and angle of the junction encourages cars to turn into Festing Road without slowing down. Move curb line at junction to slow down traffic turning into Festing Road.Cycleway:
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126307Photo #126307This is a busy and dangerous junction for pedestrians. Needs a traffic island in the middle of the road opposite the Natural History Museum. Lots of people try to cross here aiming for the museum and beach.Track:
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126310Photo #126310This is a blind corner for people walking away from the beach northwards up Festing Road. Very dangerous to cross Festing Road on this corner as cars swing round very fast. This road should be traffic calmed as many people cycle and walk down here to the beach. Dropped curb and pedestrian island should be moved further up, away from the blind corner.Track:
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126246Photo #126246This development was intended to be permeable and allow cycling and walking out at this corner. A resident built a barrier that is hard to cycle round this should be removed.Cycleway:
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127400Photo #127400This cycleway seems to stop just north of this crossing. Connect to Fratton Way.Cycleway:
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137522Photo #137522This bridge is ag rat route south of A27 avoiding ports bridge. Not well signposted from Cosham high street / Northern road.Cycleway:
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147313Photo #147313This bit of cycleway simply stops when it reaches the road. Continue it into and all along Albert Road.Cycleway:
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137599Photo #137599This area seem ripe for widening pavements, especially as close to a school. Large expanse of road tarmac could be re-designed to facilitate wider footways and maybe more parking? Lose pedestrian crossing refuge and tighten junction geometryTrack:
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147385Photo #147385These residential roads should be one way for motor vehicles allowing two way for cyclists. The roads are too narrow for cars to pass and often too long to see if the road is clear or not when you turn in.Temporary closure:
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119092Photo #119092There's not enough room for all the cyclist's and people on the shared path. Share the road space fairly.Cycleway:
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126572Photo #126572There should be designated crossing points on this road- currently there is nothing, and lots of parked cars so difficult to see.Cycleway:
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137586Photo #137586There is too much road space here. Invites fast travel on blind bend by parked cars in four directions.Track:
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137489Photo #137489There is plenty of room to remove hatched area and install protected cycle lane for junction to enable cyclists to access Alverstone road route much easier.Cycleway:
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147393Photo #147393There is not enough safe space for cyclists on elm Grove, too many cars park illegally and pull out quickly making it incredibly dangerous for cyclists like myself. Sometimes it's safer to go on the pavement and we shouldn't be punished because of dangerous drivers. The road is wide enough for two cycle lanes in both directions, and heavier policing on illegal parking is needed.Cycleway:
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126474Photo #126474There is not enough room for cyclists and pedestrians on much of the eastern road pathway. The cars are fast and the roads are dangerous..... please widen the path all the way up The eastern road and reduce the number of cars and their speed on the roadCycleway:
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