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Photo listing : tracks (problem)

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Improve pavement and police speed limit

So narrow that people are walking into private driveway or road to socially distance from others walking towards them. Widen pavement slightly.

This pavement has always been too narrow. Parents and children walking to St Josephs Catholic school walk into the road at the best of times. Social distancing can't be done on the stretch from the start of the bridge and over it.

The pavement from The Fairway to Hillworth Road is overhung with hedgerow and branches and in places with encroachment to the width of the pavement from soil and vegetation. There would appear to be a great deal of thought going into provi ... [more]

Widen the path and make the crossing places safer

Widen the path

Widen the pavement

Overgrown hedge means path is almost impossible to walk on

The pavement all along through Studley to Calne is very narrow and because the A4 is so busy it makes walking in two or more dangerous. In fact walking in single file doesn't feel safe. However it doesn't take too long to walk to Calne from ... [more]

Incredibly narrow path along busy road, with no path on the other side of the road.

Commonly used footpath between two parts of town, and closest corner shop by foot for those in Green Lane area. Can widen slightly into area with thorn bushes, whilst still maintaining some green land between DS Smith and houses.

This is a commonly used canal tow path that could do with widening/improvements in line with other areas along the canal. Whilst 2m distance wouldn't be possible, slightly improving the path would help achieve 1m+

Very busy narrow pavement. Used by school children and parents as well as other pedestrians. Very dangerous when trying to pass on this stretch, I've had to step out into the road.

People are stepping into the busy road to socially distance. It's too dangerous. Slightly widen the walking area.

Impossible to socially distance on narrow existing footways. Parking should be rotated 90 degrees to allow footway widening on both sides

Too narrow

There is a section of the road where there is no pavement between Barnes Green and Fritterswell. This section is on a bend in the road, and the road is quite busy, making walking back from the village centre scary at times. It would be nice ... [more]

30mph road, but average speeds generally higher. Recommend walking around that bend to experience the near misses that occur. The bend is dangerous for pedestrians. No pavement, and no use of local fields permitted means Olivemead Lane ... [more]

This is a blind corner which has had a number of cars and lorries coming off the road. It is a route to the local primary school as well as to the village farm shop. A safer walkway would encourage exercise and reduce traffic/pollution etc. ... [more]

Needs a path

There is no safe way to traverse the road walking either way. A pavement would make walking this stretch of road much safer.

Need a safe space for walkers from cyclists and cars

There is no pavement connecting half of the village. There is also a dangerous blind bend that pedestrians have to walk on the road around to get to the school, park and the only shop in the village (providing supplies during lockdown and s ... [more]

Firstly there is too much parking on the pavements and BOTh sides of the road so that you see disabled people in the middle of the road highly vulnerable to traffic. In the winter school children walk to catch the bus , having to do so in t ... [more]

Extremely narrow footpath,pedestrians have to walk single file at times, vehicles not keeping to the Speed limit splash walkers when raining

A widened cycle and footpath from here towards Coate bridge would make cycling and walking into town safer for those living in the new housing estate.

Much needed widening here please and traffic speed reduction. Very high numbers of children and families merge along Wingfield Road for schools and commuting. Avenue Rd corner has v narrow pavement combined with road narrowing that will cre ... [more]

No dedicated footpath into / out of village...young and old persons forced to walk in road, very narrow to start with...60mph to boot.

Narrow pavement across road bridge. Wider pavement or alternative cycle/footbridge

The towpath along the side of the Caen Hill Flight of locks on the Kennet & Avon Canal needs to be given an all weather covering in the same way that it has further to the east from Cemetery Road Bridge to Coate Road Bridge.

There is no footpath here at all and the highway is narrow - difficult to socially distance when people try to access village hall facilities from the village and also let traffic through. Solution is to paint pathways on the main highway t ... [more]

Path too narrow to allow parents and children to pass each other on way to/from school along a busy road with heavy vehicles

More space for walking would provide much safer access to the station and the centre of town which is often busy and cramped. It would be easy to make space with a one way system in this area, too.

Widen canal path for pedestrians and cyclists to allow safer passing and allow canal boat owners some distance

Too narrow between here and farm near Thames to pass with safe social distancing. Vegetation could be trimmed to improve

Permissive path through fields linking Littlecote Estate with footpath to chilton foliat

Pavement needed from village to footpath . Aldbourne not connected to some brilliant footpaths to Upper Upham

Small pavement. Should be one way and pavement widened where possible

Pavement too narrow for prams and buggies, let alone social distancing. One way for cars and wider pavements required!

This restricted byway is the most overgrown and difficult track that I've experienced that is marked as National Cycle Network. I rode mostly in a rut with at times stinging nettles at least as high as my handlebars.

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