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137563Photo #137563Needs better cycle access though this signposted route. Bollards are positioned so that cycles cannot access space between parked vehicles. Would benefit with more obvious cycle lane marked. Dropped kerb position needs to be re-assessed too.Cycleway:
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137562Photo #137562Filter required to stop north south vehicle cut throughTemporary closure:
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137561Photo #137561Current filter needs to allow inclusive and non std bikes accessCycleway:
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137560Photo #137560Point closure / cycle filter to restrict north south trafficTemporary closure:
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137559Photo #137559Reduce width of junction to facilitate easier pedestrian crossing and slow vehicle entry / exitTrack:
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137558Photo #137558Narrow junction to facilitate easier crossing as road is one way entry only.Track:
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137557Photo #137557Narrow junction to facilitate easier crossing as road is one way exit only.Track:
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137556Photo #137556Narrow junction to facilitate easier crossing as road is one way entry only.Track:
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137554Photo #137554Narrow junction to facilitate easier crossing as road is one way exit only.Track:
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137553Photo #137553Given proximity of Student Union, Library and soon to be built sports centre, cambridge road should have parking removed throughout and add cycle lanes in each direction.Cycleway:
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137552Photo #137552Point closure / traffic filter for motor vehicles travelling between Guildhall walk and Alec Rose Lane - can use winston churchill ave and Isambard brunel road instead.Temporary closure:
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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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137548Photo #137548Shared Path is not wide for two-way walking and cycling on railway crossing on either side of the roadTrack:
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137547Photo #137547Create enough room for a two way cycle path alongside northbound lanes of eastern road.Cycleway:
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137546Photo #137546Create enough room for a two way cycle path alongside northbound lanes of eastern road.Cycleway:
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137545Photo #137545Create enough room for a two way cycle path alongside northbound lanes of eastern road.Cycleway:
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137544Photo #137544There is enough room to create a two way cycle path alongside northbound lanes of eastern road.Cycleway:
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137543Photo #137543Road surface in abysmal state.Cycleway:
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137542Photo #137542Grass verges and shrubbery contains enough space to build a segregated cycle lane on both side of roads (not share path).Cycleway:
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137541Photo #137541Bus stop seriously narrows footway. Sharp embankment behind reduces route to rear.Track:
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137539Photo #137539Need to reduce / filter rat running traffic avoiding havant road / A27 access.Temporary closure:
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137538Photo #137538Point closure / filter to reduce through traffic levelsTemporary closure:
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137537Photo #137537Shared path is too narrow. needs widening for all usersTrack:
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137536Photo #137536The drop kerb needs to be wider to facilitate more than one bike.Cycleway:
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137534Photo #137534A segregated protected commuter cycle lane could be created on the grass verge here to connect into the underpass by tax office and up to industrial estateCycleway:
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137533Photo #137533The Barriers onto footway need replacing to facilitate non standard bikes in and out of medina road quieter route.Cycleway:
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137532Photo #137532Cycle lane needs extending through to junction and not require to access the footway "where it gets difficult'Cycleway:
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137531Photo #137531Protected cycle lane could by pass lights which are predominantly for traffic turning right out of Allaway Ave. add set of lights next to pedestrian crossing on crossing phaseCycleway:
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137528Photo #137528Protected cycle lane could by pass lights which are for traffic turning right out of hospital. add set of lights next to pedestrian crossing separate phaseCycleway:
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137526Photo #137526There is a large amount of grass verge here which could be developed into a cycle filter lane to access the Southampton Road cycle lane westboundCycleway:
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137524Photo #137524The northern side of Portscreek at bottom of A27 Embankment is ideal as a new east west cycle route between Hilsea and Eastern Road. Crossing the railway line requires improvement.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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137520Photo #137520Light crossing sightlines are poor especially for filter traffic lane from Portsmouth. It is also off the desire line for east west travelTrack:
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137516Photo #137516The east west connection over the M275 need a bridge between Marritot & Lakeside. the current route can be extra ten minute walk depending on crossing lights sequence. should include cycle facilities too.Track:
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137514Photo #137514A quick, clear direct route to continue journeys North / south of Rudmore Rbt is requiredCycleway:
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137513Photo #137513Needs quick, easy direct route south of Kingston Crescent to continue route into city rather than convoluted route under Rudmore RbtCycleway:
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137510Photo #137510Should be a quick direct route to the north side of Kingston Crescent to access NCN route north rather than the convoluted route under Rudmore rbt.Cycleway:
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137507Photo #137507Signage is poor and northbound route unclear. Needs better signage to assist route to / from internationalal port for cycle tourists.Cycleway:
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137505Photo #137505A clear direct north south cycle link is required on this side of M275 rather than the hitch pitch of narrow paths, roads currently between Rudmore Rbt and Mile End RbtCycleway:
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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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137499Photo #137499Why is this not a 'Toucan Crossing' as it is handy cycle link to avoid Arundel street roundaboutCycleway:
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137497Photo #137497There is enough space in this area to have a segregated cycle track next to the road and swinging around the corner rather than crossing path of pedestrians close to blind bend of bridge.Cycleway:
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137491Photo #137491Create legal shared path along northbound footway of milton road as many cycles use it rather than the busy road anywayCycleway:
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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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137485Photo #137485Stop right turns into Euston Road as they have to cross two lanes of traffic. Use Moorings Way / Warren Ave or Milton Rd / Edgware RdTemporary closure:
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137482Photo #137482Stop right-turning traffic out of Euston Road as it has to cross two lanes of traffic. They can use Warren Ave / Moorings Way instead via light controlled junctionTemporary closure:
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137480Photo #137480St Mary's Road is three traffic lanes wide throughout its width. That is enough to add north / south cycle lanes and reduce to a single traffic lane in each direction. Reset St Mary's Traffic Lights for exiting traffic only (not on a automated cycle)Cycleway:
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137367Photo #137367Make Pembroke Road 1 way West to East from High St to Chatham Drive to stop rat running avoidance of King's Terrace/ Landport Terrace in rush hour. Will make it ,much safer for kids arriving at St Judes Primary School.Temporary closure:
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137365Photo #137365Make Pembroke Road 1 way West to East from High St to Chatham Drive to stop rat running avoidance of King's Terrace/ Landport Terrace in rush hour. Will make it ,much safer for kids arriving at St Judes Primary School.Temporary closure:
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137263Photo #137263Add markings to pavement to create a cycleway between exit from Portsmouth Harbour Railway station / Hard Bus Interchange and Victory gate. This is a major cycle commuter route into the dockyard, currently cyclists are forced onto the road for 100m competing with (and delaying) busses.Cycleway:
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136975Photo #136975Overgrown bramble bushes on southbound side narrow the joint cycle/pavementCycleway:
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135363Photo #135363James Callaghan Drive, a nightmare road for cyclists, needs a cycle path. I refuse to cycle along there now.Cycleway:
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135080Photo #135080Create a proper cycle way along the sea wall on the eastern side of Portsea IslandCycleway:
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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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134371Photo #134371The cycle lane and closed road stop at South Parade Pier. Cyclists are forced either onto the busy road or to cycle along the crowded promCycleway:
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134334Photo #134334The pavement needs widening near Tesco. It's not wide enough for the people queuing and those walking on both directions.Track:
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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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134323Photo #134323Make it possible to cycle through hereCycleway:
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133564Photo #133564Make Pembroke Road 1 way West to East from High St to Chatham Drive to stop rat running avoidance of King's Terrace/ Landport Terrace in rush hour. Will make it much safer for kids arriving at St Judes Primary School.Temporary closure:
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133316Photo #133316If closure isn't possible, could the speed limit be reduced and/or some innovative design?Temporary closure:
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132912Photo #132912Cut back bushes and widen pathTrack:
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132476Photo #132476Make Pembroke Road 1 way West to East from High St to Chatham Drive to stop rat running avoidance of King's Terrace/ Landport Terrace in rush hour. Will make it much safer for kids arriving at St Judes Primary School.Temporary closure:
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132470Photo #132470The radius on the corners of Eastern Parade and St George's Road is far too great making the road excessively wide to cross on foot (even with the "refuge"). Cars turn into Eastern Parade at high speed and cut across the painted cross hatches, even when people are already crossing. Extend pavement out on both sides to narrow junction and make cars slow right down before turning.Track:
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132385Photo #132385A cycleway needs to be added going out of the city - the cars driving along the dual carriage way drive too close together and fast for most cyclists to use the road.Cycleway:
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132384Photo #132384Hedges need regular maintenance and the force cyclists and pedestrians out on to the same side of the pavement. Pavement needs to be widened. This is a blind bend making it it especially dangerous for any small children come towards a bicycle as you wouldn't see them until it was too late.Track:
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132383Photo #132383Better crossing for cyclist. The traffic island is too narrow to safely wait in the middle if there are multiple people corssingCycleway:
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132382Photo #132382The road layout at this junction makes it dangerous for cyclists to follow the road as cars turning off on to new road east don't indicate and cut them up.Cycleway:
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131545Photo #131545Francis Ave 2 exits to Goldsmith Ave only one neededTemporary closure:
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131065Photo #131065Contraflow from Goldsmith AVE into Haslemere Rd frequently blocked by parked vehicles Provide bollards to prevent thisCycleway:
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131060Photo #131060Provide bollards between cycleway and roadway to prevent frequent parking on both cycleway and pavement at this locationCycleway:
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129498Photo #129498Traffic Filter to stop rat running east to west to avoid elm grove lightsTemporary closure:
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129496Photo #129496Make junction exit only for mower vehicles by two ways for cycles - parked cars main road too narrow further north.Temporary closure:
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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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129494Photo #129494Should be one way northbound so no traffic exits here. Exit via Grove road north lights or st andrews road.Temporary closure:
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129493Photo #129493Need to stop southbound traffic turning right into other of these junctions - line of sight is poor and traffic moves too fast on Victoria Rd north.Temporary closure:
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129490Photo #129490Traffic filter to stop rat running from Elm groveTemporary closure:
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129487Photo #129487Easier Access through estate for cyclists as a quieter route via Holbrook road crossing through to Fratton Road so that Arundel street can be avoided.Cycleway:
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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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129483Photo #129483Junction is much wider than it needs to be. Widen pavements would allow central reservation to be removed.Track:
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129482Photo #129482Access to park via shared path needs improving for non-standard cycle users / wheelchairs etcCycleway:
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129481Photo #129481Needs contraflow cycling installed.Cycleway:
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129480Photo #129480Footway is woefully narrow at bottom of steps to bridge causing congestion when alighting from trainsTrack:
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129479Photo #129479Northern side footway is particularly narrow, especially with Lamp posts in the way. Southern side has sections that are no better.Track:
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129478Photo #129478Close this end of Orchard Road to through traffic and enable a quieter route for walking and cycling than Goldsmith Ave - allow more space for pedestrians in the area too especially for school runs times. Also close access to new cycle crossing.Temporary closure:
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129476Photo #129476Traffic Filtering required allow Orchard road to be alternative cycle route to Goldsmith AveTemporary closure:
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129475Photo #129475Restrict parking on northern side of Goldsmith Avenue to off peak hours only (7am to 7pm) to free up traffic flow along the road.Temporary closure:
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129472Photo #129472Make Priory crescent one way northbound for motor vehicles. Extra space could be used for echelon parking and thus remove parking from Goldsmith Avenue north side.Temporary closure:
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129471Photo #129471Make Milton Road end of Priory crescent exit only to create space for wider footways and reduce traffic movements in a congested area.Temporary closure:
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129468Photo #129468'New' signalled controlled location has no provision for cycles to move to the front of the traffic queue at busy times.Cycleway:
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129467Photo #129467The road is wide enough for a segregated cycle lane that bypass the lock sway road roundabout so cyclists do not need to use it.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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129464Photo #129464Segregated/ protected cycle lane the length of Mooring way to help link eastern road to seafront. may also stop grass verge parking too.Cycleway:
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129455Photo #129455Should be entry only minimum although better still fully closed with access via roundabout & southern end of Victoria AveTemporary closure:
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129452Photo #129452Should be restricted to exit only at minimum. One may road might provide space for extra (echelon) parking to mitigate loss of spaces along the seafront.Temporary closure:
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129447Photo #129447Road is difficult to cross due to number of traffic movements. at minimum a zebra should be installed at this area as nearest is up by PGSTrack:
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129438Photo #129438Space should be taken from playing filed car park to widen the path to sufficient level at this point. Surface is currently V poor and needs improvementsTrack:
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129437Photo #129437Path between bridge and car park entrance to narrow. needs to be widened and hedges cut back to increase line of visionTrack:
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129435Photo #129435Reallocation of road and grass verge width would allow a continuous segregated cycle lane to be created in both directions.Cycleway:
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129431Photo #129431Grass Verges on Northern side of Southampton road is wide enough to create a segregated cycle path along its length to allow faster commuting cyclists to stay in road space rather than crossing to southern side shared path.Cycleway:
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129427Photo #129427Vehicle entry speed too fast to enable easy crossing of the road.Track:
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