• Traffic calming needed on Llandaff road and neighbouring streets
    There have been numerous serious accidents along the roads in recent years caused by vehicles driving out of control and at high speed. The area is either totally congested or has vehicles speeding, the result being either gridlock or reckless driving, driving through red lights and mounting of curbs. Especially on the top end of Llandaff Road / Pencisely Road / Cardiff Road junction. There are many schools in the area and there is a serious threat to pedestrians and school children.
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    Created by Jonathan Roberts
  • 20 MPH SPEED LIMIT IN LEEK TOWN CENTRE
    When Leek town centre had a roundabout and less traffic lights, vehicles were not rushing and speeding so much and there were less accidents, fatalities and pollution caused by traffic light stops and starts. 20 mph speed limit will help shops survive and help our main industry, Tourism. Everyone should feel safe in their home town centre be it in Leek or any where else.
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    Created by Roger Warrillow
  • Extend the Santander cycle hire scheme to Herne Hill
    There are a number of reasons why it’s a great idea to extend the Santander cycle hire scheme to Herne Hill. 1. It meets a transport need Herne Hill is an area of south London with limited access to the TfL transport network. We do not have a local Underground station (the nearest one is Brixton) or a TfL Overground station (the nearest one is Denmark Hill). The local bus routes are often crowded and the main roads are heavily congested with traffic. Extending the cycle hire scheme to Herne Hill would provide a key link to the Underground network, as people could cycle to Brixton where there is already a docking station and jump on the tube. If they are feeling energetic there is also the option to cycle into central London. 2. It will draw people to the area Having a docking station (or a few docking stations) in Herne Hill would improve the local economy as people could cycle here from Brixton. This makes Herne Hill more accessible to people who live in other parts of London, who would travel to Brixton by tube but might not take the extra 30 minute walk or crowded bus journey on to Herne Hill. We have some wonderful attractions here: Brockwell Lido, Herne Hill Velodrome and the Sunday Market, as well as five shopping parades with a wide range of independent shops and businesses. Extending the cycle hire scheme would make our high streets more accessible and help them to thrive. 3. The bikes will be well used One of TfL’s main requirements when deciding where to extend the cycle hire scheme, is they want to put it in places where it will be well used. People are more likely to borrow bikes where there are pleasant and safe routes to cycle them. The busiest docking stations are those around Hyde Park where people borrow a bike to cycle around the park. There are a lot of green spaces in and around Herne Hill which offer pleasant and enjoyable environments for cycling. Brockwell Park sits right in the centre of Herne Hill and is lovely to cycle around. Belair and Dulwich Parks are nearby, and can be accessed via the new segregated cycle lane on Rosendale Road, and Turney Road, which is also relatively quiet. The cycle route to/from Brixton is via Railton Road and the recent installation of a Low Traffic Neighbourhood there has seen an upsurge in active travel. 4. It will engage new cyclists We already have some good local cycle routes (as mentioned above), a number of local parks, and a Velodrome. However, it is impossible to use these cycling resources if you do not have access to a bike. Many people in Herne Hill live in flats, shared houses or small homes, and do not have space to store a bike. Others might be able to make space for a bike but need to try it out first before committing to buy their own. Extending the cycle hire to Herne Hill would improve the opportunities for people who cannot store their own bike to make cycling part of their commute, enjoy cycling in their local area, or simply try out cycling for the first time. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sign to show your support! There is already widespread support for this proposal from a range of local community groups, our local Councillors, and Helen Hayes MP. We are now looking to demonstrate that there is support from local residents and businesses. If you agree with this suggestion, please sign the campaign and share it with others who may also be keen. TfL are particularly interested to hear from local businesses, so if that’s you, it would be great if you can leave a comment, and/or get in touch with us via email to [email protected]
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    Created by Herne Hill Forum Picture
  • Complete the Gresley Way Cycleway
    A safe space for cycling along the whole of Gresley Way would create a direct link between homes, schools, and workplaces throughout the east of Stevenage and connect with Great Ashby. Many children living in housing accessed from Gresley Way do not have a cycleway link to existing secondary schools; the new Michaela Stevenage secondary school is due to be built close to Gresley Way. Safe infrastructure for cycling and walking is especially important now with the planned East of Stevenage development on the East Side of Gresley Way. This will increase the traffic levels with construction vehicles that are well known to be a serious hazard for on carriageway cyclists. Stevenage Borough Council have known about the need for this link since their 2002 Cycling Strategy was published. We call on Hertfordshire County Council and Stevenage Borough Council to work together to upgrade the pedestrian path to give a safe high quality segregated space for walking and cycling - in line with our New Town planners' vision of high-quality joined up infrastructure and at least as good as the existing route on the southern end of the road. This section of missing cycleway will make the route safe for everyone whether they are: walking, cycling or using the road. We encourage everyone to support and sign.
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    Created by Tina Walker
  • Make speed limit 30mph on the Carnkie/Penmarth/Penhalvean/Redruth road
    To make the area safer for walkers, runners, cyclists, horse riders, motor cyclists, and drivers.
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    Created by Kate Wedlake
  • Safer Streets: Keep Winchester's Road Closures
    We now feel safer and healthier and do not want noise, pollution, and traffic accidents to return. We do not want to lose the peace we now feel in the Cathedral Outer Court
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    Created by Philip Gagg
  • Extension on driving theory tests
    Cause it’s not fair if they can’t get a test date before there theory’s run out , because of covid , it’s not fair to make them retake it and also have the extra cost which a lot of people can’t afford
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    Created by Belinda Acford
  • Repairs to Bridge B5605 Newbridge
    The B5605 provides critical road links between communities Newbridge, Cefn Mawr, Rhosymedre and Ruabon and also Chirk to the south. This is causing major disruption to local residents and businesses and also provides critical diversionary route from the A483. In the event of closures on or planned works on the A483 it means a fifteen mile division via Llangollen which is unacceptable.
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    Created by Sonia Benbow Jones
  • Improve road repair in Lincs and resurface Abbey Road, Broadley Crescent, and Park Avenue in Louth
    Abbey Road, Broadley Crescent, and Park Avenue in Louth are in need of more permanent repairs than the Council has been providing, and their concrete bay structure has been crumbling for years. Too often potholes are fixed with temporary repairs that soon break down, causing hazards for road users, and making the roads scarcely usable for drivers that live there. The Council must review its ways of dealing with all road repairs so that they are more permanent and durable, and to make sure it isn't wasting money with fixes that don't last.
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    Created by Ros Jackson
  • Bus times
    People are being refused travel and missing appointments and are late for work and having to get taxi s , there are not enough seats available, if this was 1 hourly service as before then this would benefit many , also the issue of there being no bus after 6pm and this is effectively causing problems for the local public house/restaurant as it is primarily losing 24 regular customers per week. This is not what businesses need post covid ,there is also a couple of flats that are rented out by a local man and he is concerned that if there is no regular transport available then why would someone want to live at one of the properties.
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    Created by Donna Warlow
  • 40mph Speed Limit on Unclassified roads in Cornwall
    Many vulnerable road users, such as walkers both adult and children, runners, cyclists and horse riders, regularly use the unclassified roads that link villages and public rights of way. Since the national speed limits were set in the mid 60's there has been a massive increase in car ownership consequently the original speed limits are no longer fit for purpose. Country roads need to be safe for everyone to use.
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    Created by Kate Wedlake
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    Created by cliff lee