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Pavement is too narrow for two way traffic. Pavement should be widened and traffic made one-way up to Waverley Grove junction.

Drop Kerb required on north side of Herbert Street to allow wheelchair users to access on and off footway to travel on eastern side of Flathouse road

Path is narrow and ends unexpectedly - widen path and finish at corner.

Path narrow and blind corner due to bush, move drop curbs to corner and widen path.

From Anchorage Road to Farlington the pavement is not wide enough for both cyclists and pedestrians. Cyclists cannot use the road as it is too busy and too dangerous with the large vehicles used.

Pavement too narrow to be shared with cyclists. Build a new shared pedestrian/cyclist bridge - try to get Aquind to stump up a good share of the money so they can use it for their cables as probably cheaper than a cable tunnel!

Pedestrians are running the gauntlet trying to avoid cyclists who are cycling too fast given the number of walkers around.

The best solution is complete separation of cycles and walkers from all other traffic and this can only achieved by building a two cycle path as well as a footpath on the eastern side of the A2030. With crossing points on the A2030 located ... [more]

The path is very worn down, muddy and puddly. It needs lots of gravel to fill in potholes and create a safe, clean and level footpath,

Compulsorily purchase the strip of land next to the cycle path in Harbourside Park, remove the hedge and widen the path.

The speed of traffic is too fast at this point for pedestrians and cyclists trying to cross the road. Have 30 mph speed limit, larger pedestrian /cyclist refuge in the road, and ideally a pelican crossing.

This area is a real worry when I cycle with my daughter as you have cars at 40 mph+ and a narrow path for cyclists and pedestrians to share. One mistake and it could be disastrous.

This is NOT a cycle lane and should remain as a pedestrian footway only. It is too narrow for a shared use path and the sight-lines are terrible due to the dockyard walls. It is impossible to see cyclists until they are almost on top of you ... [more]

Develop a sustainable path/boardwalk around / across Eastney Lake, to link Ferry Road to the path by the canal lock (near to Thatched House pub).

Path is churned up by cyclists making it unusable for walkers. Keep walkers and cyclists apart. Improve the path.

Needs a proper crossing there's not enough room for a family to cross safely and they are forced to wait in the middle until it's safe to cross

Barriers to protect walkers from traffic especially children and families

Barriers to protect walkers from traffic

This is perhaps the narrowest section of the pavement and allows no margin for error from either cyclist or driver - either would result in (another) serious accident.

Pedestrians crossing at blind turning

No safe crossing !! Needs safe crossing for cyclists, walkers.

It can take more than two minutes to cross the road due to the prioritisation of the traffic lights. dedicated phase required for walkers and cyclists to move in all directions at the same time

Too many dropped kerbs, makes walking on wet or icy pavements difficult. Disabled people would find this street very difficult to negotiate.

Residents are parking their cars on the pavement. Difficult for pedestrians to get through. Disabled people have no way of walking down this street.

Priority for walkers and cyclists over traffic turning in from eastern road. More active travel users use this route than motorists.

Priority for cycling and walking over traffic tuning into and out of car park.

Coastal cycle and pathway for safety idealy to circumnavigate Portsea Island

Footpath between Airport Service Road and Burrfields Road just stops - why?Complete footpath so it joins up.

Cars parking on pavement, totally blocking walkway.

Cars parking on pavement, totally blocking walkway.

You have to wait ages for a green pedestrian/cycle light here & people are near each other.

Dangerous for pedestrians to cross the road here.

Uninspiring area. It would be good to have flowers/ wild plants in the big planter would make the area look loved.

More street lighting here to make it feel safer for pedestrians. Also the cyclists speed through without much regard to pedestrians.

Road needs to be narrowed so people can cross safely.

There are hardly any shops left, close the road off so people can use the eateries and safely distance

Recognize the desire line of cyclists and pedestrians and tarmac this. The current double switchback puts everyone in conflict. The current design is idiotic and completely fails to consider the turning circle of bikes, resulting in a mud ... [more]

Better signage to inform pedestrians that they to must keep left on the corners.

Remove the no cycling restriction in this lane.

Too 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 socia ... [more]

Cars speeding up and SJC students as well as pedestrians/older residents are struggling to safely cross the road. Speed bumps to enforce and make pedestrian crossing extra safe.

This part of the road needs definitely a SAFE pedestrians crossing as cars, especially coming from town centre direction are speeding and never stop.

Widen pavement to allow for social distancing.

A crossing from Granada Road across to Canoe Lake - visibility not great between bend and parked cars.

Many cars stop on the pedestrian crossing making it very dangerous to cross, add yellow hatching to further deter cars from doing this

Better signs needed to inform cyclists that the dual use cycle path ends here.

Cars parked permanently on road/pavement- delivery for pizza hut.

Is it possible to widen the pedestrian footbridge?!

Align pedestrian crossing with the footpaths

Allow diagonal crossing.

Please open the seafront again. Cars one way 20mph with access to parking. One road lane for cyclists. And Promenade for walking. Plenty of room. Everyone happy. Including frustrated residents nearby. Traffic, noise and parking nearby ... [more]

We'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. Frie ... [more]

Lots of road sign posts along this stretch of pavement making it congested for pedestrians and cyclists. Consider alternative ways to display road signs to free up space.

Original pavement disappearing under dirt and weeds, can easily be cleared to make it wider for safer use and dual use for pedestrians and cyclists. This applies to much of the pavement between Farlington Ave and Beverley Grove.

With no pavement here it is dangerous to cross. Permanently close the road to cars.

Remove on pavement parking. It makes the pavement narrow and impossible in place to get by with a pram or wheelchair.

The pavement is very narrow here. If people are waiting to cross you can not get past on the pavement.

Very 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.

Vehicles 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 corner

Cars park on the pavement completely obstructing the pavement. Need to install double yellow lines to stop people being able to park on the pavement to make it accessible to pedestrians.

Problem with traders on pavement at this location. This is a busy area with the start of the cycle lane, lots of dog walkers, families and runners. There are sometimes traders on the pavement in vans and generators which significantly reduc ... [more]

Do not allow traders on pavement at this location. This is a busy area with the start of the cycle lane, lots of dog walkers, families and runners. There are sometimes traders on the pavement which significantly reduces the walking space, p ... [more]

There are large shrubs blocking the view of the road/pedestrians and cyclists directly before the zebra crossing. Twice in the past few months as I was in my car travelling eastwards along Havant Road cyclists have shot out onto the zebra c ... [more]

Crossing for pedestrians to join the common from the promenade. This road is fast and dangerous between these two areas.

Formalise crossing point with Zebra & tiger crossing.

Pedestrian crossing point needs improvement

Pedestrian crossing point needs improvement

Reopen railway bridge to allow access to industrial estate & onwards to Eastern Road.

Inconsiderate cyclists on the promenade are putting off vulnerable pedestrians from walkng along the promenade.

A pedestrian crossing to allow students to safely walk from Cosham to South Downs College. Many people use this spot to cross the road as it is the shortest route from Cosham to Crookhorn. However it is very dangerous.

Far too narrow for people to pass safely under normal circumstances nevermind with social distancing. Very fast traffic pass close by rarely keeping to the speed limit.

Very 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 required

Junction is excessively wide and should be narrowed to aid pedestrians crossing. There is enough space to retain a segregated cycle lane in and out (see Albert Road & Henderson road lane filters

Zebra crossing required for pedestrians to/from DDay museum / Castle desire line

Needs another zebra crossing here as there is a desire line when walking to the common.

Narrow junction to help pedestrians crossing

Remove hatched line area and extend the footways

A one Way 20ph residential road with parking does not need a junction of these size. Re-align kerbs to improve pedestrian crossing point.

Narrow Junction kerb lines to help walkers crossing

Junction could be considerably narrowed given the number of vehicles using it and make crossing easier for pedestrians.

Junction can be considerably narrowed given its use and give pedestrians more space and easier crossing point.

This 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 geomet ... [more]

Junction is wider than necessary for a one way road. Could easily be narrowed to assist walkers.

There is too much road space here. Invites fast travel on blind bend by parked cars in four directions.

Close down width of the junction to assist pedestrians crossing

There is considerable space on exit lane to move the kerb and narrow the junction to aid pedestrians crossing

Move kerb line to aid pedestrians crossing - there are always parked cars on north side

Narrow Junction kerb lines to enable easier pedestrian crossing.

Narrow Junction to improve crossing and nightlines and slow down entry exit speed of traffic

Reduce width of junction to facilitate easier pedestrian crossing and slow vehicle entry / exit

Narrow junction to facilitate easier crossing as road is one way entry only.

Narrow junction to facilitate easier crossing as road is one way exit only.

Narrow junction to facilitate easier crossing as road is one way entry only.

Narrow junction to facilitate easier crossing as road is one way exit only.

This is supposedly shared path but s not wide enough on in good enough condition, but there is room to improve it.

Shared Path is not wide for two-way walking and cycling on railway crossing on either side of the road

Bus stop seriously narrows footway. Sharp embankment behind reduces route to rear.

Shared path is too narrow. needs widening for all users

Light crossing sightlines are poor especially for filter traffic lane from Portsmouth. It is also off the desire line for east west travel

The 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.

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