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All photos in & around Bishop's Waltham

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162536Photo #162536Very narrow road with parked cars and 2 way traffic make it dangerous for cyclists. Make it one way.Temporary closure:
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closure
162431Photo #162431Entire road from Wickham to Fareham is dangerous for cyclists with drivers passing at 60mph+. A cycle lane could solve this.Cycleway:
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cycleways
152809Photo #152809A view from the old platform of Droxford Station where ncn 224 is descending from the South Downs along the Meon Valley trail and heading for the coast at Portsmouth.Other:
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general
146549Photo #146549Visibility is poor for walkers when leaving the Itchen navigation and young children often just step out into the road. Put a barrier on the footpath to stop people just stepping outTrack:
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146548Photo #146548Visibility for walkers on the Itchen Way is poor when they have to cross the road here. Walking from Shawford direction, they have to step into the road hoping that there isn't a car coming.

This is also dangerous for drivers and cyclists using the road who may have to break or swerve suddenly to avoid pedestrian stepping out
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144913Photo #144913A dedicated cycle path on the eastern side of Winchester Road in Compton is required to link up the Hockley cyclepath with the cycle paths through Otterbourne. There is space on this side of the road, and its the key piece of missing cycle path linking the 2 major cities in Hampshire.Cycleway:
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144876Photo #144876The old railway should be used as a cycleway and footpath to connect Bishop's Waltham with the large new development at Horton Heath/BotleyCycleway:
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144874Photo #144874The old railway should be used as a cycleway and footpath to connect Bishop's Waltham with the large new development at Horton Heath/BotleyCycleway:
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143600Photo #143600No way to cycle from Wales St to School of Art / Leisure park / Hyde area due to very narrow pavement. Now old police station shut there is opp to create through path via Car park / school of art.Cycleway:
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143599Photo #143599Turning left from OBRs on to BFR there is frequently congestion with mixture of cycles and cars, exacerbated by the pavement being widened to create the bus stop space on BFR. A cycle 'cut through' on the pavement would not inconvenience pedestrians but could really improve the mixed traffic flow by separating bikes and cars.Cycleway:
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142133Photo #142133Connect 5 bridges with back streetCycleway:
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142132Photo #142132Cycle lane from bridge to high streetCycleway:
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142127Photo #142127Dedicated cycle lane to link with local schoolsCycleway:
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137370Photo #137370A definite dedicated cycle lane all around the field through to main roads into & out of Whiteley main roadsTrack:
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137140Photo #137140Traffic in narrow street with many pedestrians. Close road ("The square")Temporary closure:
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closure
136932Photo #136932Formal cycle routeCycleway:
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136927Photo #136927Lights not sensitive enough for cyclists leading red light jumping!Cycleway:
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cycleways
136893Photo #136893Connect Whiteley via Springles Lane providing a cycleway/path or widening the dangerous Fontley Road with River Lane onto Mayles Lane providing a link to WickhamCycleway:
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136547Photo #136547Downhill cycle lane against traffic flowCycleway:
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cycleways
136545Photo #136545Uphill cycle lane needs to be segregated from traffic with turn right optionsCycleway:
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cycleways
136543Photo #136543Create a cycle link from Park and Ride to viaduct pathCycleway:
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135508Photo #135508Currently only a footpath. Cycle way needed from Winchester to Eastleigh beside river and canal. It is safe and flatCycleway:
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135496Photo #135496Very busy road used by many cyclists. Cycle way needed from fishers pond to hockley M3. B3354 and B3355Cycleway:
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135494Photo #135494Cycling up the Romsey Road hill is slow and exposed. There is need for a marked cycle lane uphill only.Cycleway:
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135490Photo #135490Very busy road used by cyclists. Cycle way needed from fishers pond colden common to hockley M3Cycleway:
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135485Photo #135485Very busy junction.Junction space and traffic light phasing needed for cyclists and walkers.Cycleway:
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135477Photo #135477Very large traffic flow on unsuitable minor road making it very unsafe for walkers and cyclistsTemporary closure:
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closure
135476Photo #135476Narrow. Flat route used by many cyclists. Needs separation from trafficCycleway:
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135473Photo #135473Narrow. much traffic. unsafe for walkers and cyclists it connects village centre to much used BridlewayTrack:
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135467Photo #135467There is a path alongside the river all the way to Southampton. This could be developed into a long distance cycle path. This should have been done with the recent redevelopment - but this opportunity was missed and bikes are explicitly not allowed currently - this is terribly short sighted.Cycleway:
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135133Photo #135133This is a busy uphill stretch of road. The carriageway is only wide enough for one car in each direction. Cyclists go slowly up the hill delaying traffic, causing car driver frustration and danger and stress to cyclists. There are wide pavements on both sides of the road so these could be adapted either to build a cycleway or for one pavement to be a shared use pedestrian/cycle space or cycleway only.Cycleway:
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134385Photo #134385Pavements currently very narrow; social distancing impossible and cycling access to NCN 23 difficult and hazardous. Single lane with traffic lights required.Track:
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134351Photo #134351Chandlers Ford to Hursley is a dangerous narrow road and many cyclists can and could use it to get to IBM (2000 people) We have long argued for a safe cycle route - please, please act here, thankyouCycleway:
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134317Photo #134317This is the road from the station to Sparsholt College. There are often students walking and cycling along this road, where the space is narrow and few places to safely overtake. The speed limit is 50, with many driving much faster. A bike lane next to the road would improve safety and encourage fitness.Cycleway:
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133979Photo #133979The centre area of Bishops Waltham should be closed to cars entirely and have the High Street pedestrianised as the pavements are too narrow as it is.Temporary closure:
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133903Photo #133903This is a busy section of road and shared use of footpath may be an optiobCycleway:
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132813Photo #132813Provide a pavement to allow pedestrians to walk safely along a Titchfield Lane to meet the pavement running alongside the A334 for access to Wickham and McCarthy’s as well as the various footpaths which meet Titchfield LaneTrack:
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132192Photo #132192Cut back overgrowth at both ends of cycle/pathway.Cycleway:
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132191Photo #132191Over grown at both ends. Needs cutting back, especially as you can no longer use grass verge from Park Gate over the motorway and into Whiteley.Cycleway:
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132156Photo #132156Overgrown hedges making it difficult to cycle and walk/run along it. Used in increasing amounts for commutes and families walking. Also runners and cyclists. Overgrown with brambles. Witherbed LaneTrack:
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128695Photo #128695Install a proper signalled crossing so that it is possible to walk and cycle to Lidl, and cross for school buses, without having to take your life in your own hands and face speeding cars coming from the motorway and off the roundabout.Track:
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127302Photo #127302Or have a contraflow cycle laneCycleway:
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126765Photo #126765The cycleway is badly thought out and confusing, crossing busy traffic lanes multiple times. It is simply safer to stay on the roundabout with the traffic.Cycleway:
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126681Photo #126681This is a really nasty road to cycle on. It's narrow and busy. Separation for cycles would help - though recognise there are pinch points where this would currently be difficultTrack:
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125609Photo #125609The road is narrow, with many of the junctions having poor visibility. The dangers of this road dissuade many commuting to sites on portsdown hill from cycling, this increasing traffic.Cycleway:
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125356Photo #125356Need a pavement to walk along Portsdown hill. Currently walkers have to walk in the roadTrack:
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124734Photo #124734Provide cycleway on B3047 between Ladycroft and Broad StreetCycleway:
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122364Photo #122364Cyclists not having the respect to foot passengers alongside meadowside track .. not are they distancingCycleway:
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122172Photo #122172The Deviation Line, from Mayles Lane to Highlands Road, has become too narrow and overgrown for bikes and pedestrians to socially distance. Improving this path would create a safe route from West Meon/Wickham to Fareham.Cycleway:
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122169Photo #122169Meon Valley Trail is a dead end here. I appears relatively easy to continue the Trail with a foot/cycle bridge over the narrow Meon culvert and into Mayles Lane, creating a safe cycle route from Fareham to West Meon.Cycleway:
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121321Photo #121321Traffic grislock from 7am until 7pm means we are prisoners in our own homes.
The toad is dangerous for s-cyclists and would benefit from dedicated cycle lanes to give transport options
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121320Photo #121320Traffic gridlock from 7 am until 7pm makes us prisoners in out homes.
At least a cycle path will give us options.
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121150Photo #121150There are a number of footpaths that dead end onto the Titchfield - Wickham road but its too dangerous to walk along - add a pavementTrack:
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121149Photo #121149Having a continuous footpath along marjoram, so that it is no longer necessary to cross from behind parked cars, where visibility is often restricted.
Often seen schoolbus users walk down road rather than constantly cross from one side to the other
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121148Photo #121148Have a footpath and cycle route from marjoram through to yew tree, so that it is no longer necessary to walk/push bike through the pub beer gardenCycleway:
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121146Photo #121146Have a footpath and cycle route from marjoram through to yew tree, so that it is no longer necessary to walk/push bike through the pub beer gardenTrack:
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121144Photo #121144Having a continuous footpath along marjoram, so that it is no longer necessary to cross from behind parked cars, where visibility is often restrictedTrack:
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121128Photo #121128A footpath through from Solent Way to Rookery Avenue for school children on the Leafy Lane side to safely go through the Mollison underpass and then straight across the Solent Way business park to cross where there is better visibility at the Yew Tree Drive junction or thereaboutsTrack:
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121127Photo #121127The length of Botley road from Park Gate to Botley T junction should have a dedicated cycle lane. This road is used a lot by cyclist to get out to the country roads for leisure but also would encourage people to cycle to Botley train station. This road is narrow and cars travel fast and close and also some drivers have had road rage from being held up by cyclists. The new housing development has a bus stop so I imagine a new busier route is planned.Cycleway:
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121122Photo #121122There is no pedestrian route from Whiteley directly to Segensworth East and West (very much needed). Currently no crossing point across the J9 filter lane west bound: extremely dangerous currently for maverick pedestrians and you have to be able to run and take a riskTrack:
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121118Photo #121118This road from end to end is used by cyclist for leisure and commuting to the station, the road is far to narrow with limited passing and very dangerous for cyclists and car driver alike a cycle way and footpath is long overdue especially with the onset of the new housinvCycleway:
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121116Photo #121116There is no pedestrian route from Whiteley directly to Segensworth East and West (very much needed)Track:
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120632Photo #120632Alongside pathCycleway:
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120631Photo #120631On other side of roadTrack:
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119951Photo #119951A dedicated safe cycle path linking Fareham to Whitey. This would help alleviate traffic and make a safe route for cyclists from this direction.Cycleway:
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119842Photo #119842There is a path which leads around the Hamble river behind the horse and jockey. Mainly like to make it a circular route by walking through Whiteley woods. However, you have to cover 200m on the busy road. It would be nice to see a pavement along this section of the botley road to make this popular walk safer. It would also provide walking access to the horse and jockey pub from Whiteley.Track:
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119836Photo #119836Cycle lane needed all along botley road/curbridge. Lots of cyclists use this road and cause traffic jams. Many drivers get frustrated and overtake dangerously on the winding road. This really needs sorting out!Cycleway:
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119825Photo #119825The allocated cycle ways are fragmented. They are often short lengths requiring frequent crossing of roads. Designated cycle routes along roads are not clearly marked and frequently come to an abrupt end requiring cyclists to continue along often narrow sections where it is difficult for cars to pass. Has anyone tried cycling from Sainsburys to the new Berewood estate.Cycleway:
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119775Photo #119775The whole infrastructure from Waterlooville town centre to the surrounding villages (Denmead, Cowplain, Horndean, Purbrook) does not allow people to travel safely by foot, bike, wheelchair, mobility scooter. We need wider pavements and segregated cycle ways.Cycleway:
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118688Photo #118688Pavement stops on the west side of the road prior to McCarthys, resulting in pedestrians having to cross the busy road.Track:
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118685Photo #118685Current pavement is too narrow to navigate with children or pushchairs on the Mole side of the road. Prevents families of Wickham from visiting the recreation ground safely. An alternative would be to add a pedestrian crossing towards the rec.Track:
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118281Photo #118281It is a tragic joke that this main road dual carriageway runs through the centre of our beautiful, historic town. Close it. Nobody drives on this road to get to shops or businesses; they drive on it to leave. Cars should be completely excluded from the city centre. Central carparks - acres of concrete - should be turned into piazzas and parks.Temporary closure:
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closure
118174Photo #118174Needs traffic calming or segregated cycle track to enable kids to cycle to school in safety.Cycleway:
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118172Photo #118172Needs a cycleway!Cycleway:
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118170Photo #118170Cycleway needed to enable route from denmead to waterlooville/a3 cycle corridor into portsmouth. Existing shared use path very narrow, and being shared use, some drivers can get angry because those on bikes aren't using the pathCycleway:
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118167Photo #118167Very narrow shared path with steady 30mph traffic beside it - unable to maintain social distance and safety.Track:
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117399Photo #117399Hyde Street could be closed to through traffic.Temporary closure:
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closure
117398Photo #117398Jewry Street could easily be made one lane to widen footpaths.Track:
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117397Photo #117397The square would be much improved if closed to traffic.Temporary closure:
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closure
114209Photo #114209South Downs Way Signpost

Location: Chilcomb, Winchester District (England, UK)
Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
112985Photo #112985Winchester Station cycle hub.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
112984Photo #112984Winchester Station covered double tier racks behind a security cage. Absence of any bikes suggests system is not working.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
112983Photo #112983Winchester Station covered double tier racks behind a security cage. Absence of any bikes suggests system is not working.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
112982Photo #112982Winchester StationCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
112981Photo #112981Winchester StationCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
112980Photo #112980Winchester contraflow laneCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
112979Photo #112979Painted bollared in Winchester.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
112978Photo #112978Painted bollared in WinchesterRoad environment:
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road
112977Photo #112977WinchesterCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
112937Photo #112937WinchesterCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
112936Photo #112936Winchester at noonCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
112935Photo #112935WinchesterCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
112934Photo #112934WinchesterCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
112933Photo #112933The Discovery Centre, WinchesterCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
112932Photo #112932The Discovery Centre, WinchesterCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
112931Photo #112931Crossing of the dual carriageway in Winchester.Road environment:
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112930Photo #112930This is a dual carriageway in the heart of Winchester, notionally 20mph but a horrible road environment for us on the narrow footways.Road environment:
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112915Photo #112915Subway in WinchesterTrack:
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112914Photo #112914Winchester StationCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
107920Photo #107920Busy Monday Cycle Park at Winchester Railway - Kids being cycled here on Seats.Cycle parking:
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