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Photo listing : tracks (problem)

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Visibility 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 out

Visibility 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 cyclist ... [more]

A definite dedicated cycle lane all around the field through to main roads into & out of Whiteley main roads

Narrow. much traffic. unsafe for walkers and cyclists it connects village centre to much used Bridleway

Pavements currently very narrow; social distancing impossible and cycling access to NCN 23 difficult and hazardous. Single lane with traffic lights required.

Provide 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 Lane

Overgrown 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 Lane

Install 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.

This 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 difficult

Need a pavement to walk along Portsdown hill. Currently walkers have to walk in the road

There are a number of footpaths that dead end onto the Titchfield - Wickham road but its too dangerous to walk along - add a pavement

Having 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 ... [more]

Have 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 garden

Having a continuous footpath along marjoram, so that it is no longer necessary to cross from behind parked cars, where visibility is often restricted

A 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 t ... [more]

There 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 ... [more]

There is no pedestrian route from Whiteley directly to Segensworth East and West (very much needed)

On other side of road

There 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 ... [more]

Pavement stops on the west side of the road prior to McCarthys, resulting in pedestrians having to cross the busy road.

Current 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 r ... [more]

Very narrow shared path with steady 30mph traffic beside it - unable to maintain social distance and safety.

Jewry Street could easily be made one lane to widen footpaths.

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