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Photo listing : tracks (problem)

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Parking on the pavement on match days

No kerb outside school gate since new zebra crossing was put in. Cars now drive on path were children are walking.

Verges need clearing to allow social distancing on the footpath between the 2 bridges

Wider footpath around bus stop needed.

Corner house of Cheltenham Way & Goodwood Lane has allowed garden shubbery to overtake half of the footpath.

Shubbery overgrown from garden, needs cutting back.

New road doesn't seem to have any pavement despite having a footpath crossing it

There is no pathway on this side of the road

The bushes of number 18 protude into the pathway making it difficult to walk (and making it impossible for drivers to see round the bend)

Large Hedge over hanging footpath

Large hedge takes over the foot path

Alternative natural footpaths that safely signpost people through the meadows and foreshore to reduce the amounts of walkers along the tarmac path. Investigation of duck boarding to enable all weather routes . It can be wet (and under water ... [more]

Path near the bungalows just before Archer Road not wide enough

Paths not wide enough from the shops at High Street Co-op to the end of Barnoldby Road, Bradley Road end especially dangerous to walk on the Kings Head side when there are bikes or other pedestrians as the traffic is so close and usually tr ... [more]

The path is very narrow on the bend & trees are overgrown making it impossible for 2 to pass without stepping onto the busy road

Restore the footpath that existed fo over half a century

This section of the shared-use path from the toucan crossing in Healing where it passes driveways is extremely narrow making it difficult for pedestrians and/or cyclists going opposite directions to pass each other

The main pedestrian access to the primary school on Ford's Avenue only has paving along one side when using the Radcliffe Road route. On the opposite side of Ford's Avenue there is a wide redundant area of grass verge that is separated from ... [more]

Over grown hedges need cutting back and also paths to be widened so people don't have to walk on the road

Hedges are over growing onto the pedestrian side of dual foot/cycle path

Public footpath around field has been removed so there is no where to walk

No path, put in a path

School time no chance in distancing

Footpath is so narrow only one person can walk on it at once without walking on the grass. Hedge of property badly overgrown and has gradually over the years crept onto the footpath taking it over.

The existing concrete barriers on Cleethorpes sae front need moving across the road and move th car parking to the otherwise. At the moment most people still walk next to the beach causing congestion and little social distancing. I would ur ... [more]

We can’t walk safely with push chairs and children holding on to the push chairs - fast vehicles way to close to all walking.

Low Road in Healing only has one small path - and lots of kids use unit at school time - it would help if there were double yellows there

Low Road in Healing only has one small path - and lots of kids use unit at school time - it would help if there were double yellows there

Not safe to walk along as it is not wide enough, especially when walking with children

We live on this street and the paths are very narrow as well as over grown bushes which make the situation worse. This is a big concern of ours as in a few years our eldest will be expected to walk to and from Healing comp alone and I worry ... [more]

We live on this street and the paths are very narrow as well as over grown bushes which make the situation worse. This is a big concern of ours as in a few years our eldest will be expected to walk to and from Healing comp alone and I worry ... [more]

The footpath here is very narrow and there is no footpath on the other side of the road meaning it can get congested, especially at school times. The hedges are often overgrown too making the footpath even narrower. There is no safe place f ... [more]

I live in the main road which is stallingborough road. I am a registered childminder and walk to and from school as well as for daily walks. Unfortunately because path is very narrow this a dangerous path due to cars driving at 60 mph when ... [more]

Paths on both sides of the road are indistinguishable from the road due to no Kerbs. The mud verges never have any grass, and many householders do not keep hedges tidy - forcing pedestrians onto the mud. Get rid of the verges , widen the ... [more]

Too narrow for the wider woman

Edging of the grass needs cutting back to how it used to be, lost about 10 -12 inches each side

Very narrow

Can barely walk here in single filr

Edging of the grass needs cutting back to how it used to be, lost about 10 -12 inches each side

Overgrown shrubbery closing down path space, both sides of the road. A trim back would improve

Should be allowed to cycle down here. Stop giving tickets to people riding down here and start giving them to the yobs and drunks instead.

Overgrown

Path is barely wide enough for a pushchair without the overgrown bushes.

Path is barely wide enough for a pushchair without the overgrown bushes.

Sea View St is good now there’s no traffic down there.

Path nearly blocked by over hanging hedges.

Wobbly bridges. Need extra bins.

Remove car parking spaces and make this pedestrianised. More space for walking, biking and activities on the prom

Walking route from Bradley Crossroads to Waltham

Overgrown greenery, needs to be cut back

Not enough room for social distancing on footpath. A footpath on the full length of the South side of Humberston Avenue would help.

Keep the prom free from traffic even after Covid-19 is history

Not enough room for social distancing on pavement when people are queueing outside shops.Make road one way for motor traffic and give space over to pedestrians and people on bikes.

It’s necessary to carry the bike down or up these steps as there’s no ramp.

Footbridge no ramp

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