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Photo listing: tracks (problem)

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This listing only shows photos within Farnborough.
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This very busy pavement is very narrow, and now, during the quiet Lockdown, overhung with foliage.

Pavement too narrow. Students bunch up in large groups. Overhanging shrubbery doesn't help.

Safer crossing needed for pedestrians. Cars come off of the roundabout at highspeed, needs traffic calming or zebra/pelican crossing.

Very busy crossing and long waits to cross mean that social distancing is almost impossible.

The surface on this path is disgraceful. It needs urgently resurfacing before someone hurts themselves.

Crossing here is dangerous and you frequently have to wait a long time for a gap in the traffic. I think a pelican crossing should be installed here.

Pavement very narrow and also for cycle users pushing bikes. Impossible for social distancing. Introduce pedestrian phase to get under the bridge using the carriageway.

Narrow path with cars parked makes it difficult to get up / down road, especially if a train has arrived when the college /schools go back. Road could be narrowed to single carriage to allow space for pedestrians (would also slow down cars … [more]

Tree interferes with path, makes it impossible to distance and very near to park and bridge

Issue of social distancing when using underpass. Pedestrians should also use space for vehicles.

Issue of social distancing when using underpass

Issue of social distancing for cycle users and pedestrians.

Problem social distancing if restricted to the footway could also use the space for vehicles.

Problem social distancing for cycle users and pedestrians when using underpath.

Pavements to south Farnborough junior school only wide enough for one person under social distancing rules. Pavements are on both sides of road make them into a one way system and insist parents drop off at king George v and use dedicated … [more]

Tiny cramped pavement where the only pedestrian crossing is to the Meads. Too much road space here. Really inhospitable.

Popular pedestrian route to Co-Op and King George park. Pavement only on one side, narrow on other.

Pavements to and from Farnborough Station onto H&B inadequate for social distancing, especially with increased residential density in the area.

Pedestrian refuge is tiny, especially for social distancing outside Lloyds Chemist, where customers queue down the narrow pavement.

At this point there is a shared use path for cyclists and riders. There are also railings to herd people towards the crossing which I believe is a toucan. It will be very difficult to cross the road at the right time and maintain social … [more]

Pedestrian refuges are too small to respect social distancing. Here and in many other places.

The pavement on both sides of the road are narrow. There is a very narrow cycle way travelling South. Pedestrians could use cycle way going South. Travelling North a big problem for pedestrians. Suggest 20 mph speed limit for vehicles.

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