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Photo listing : cycleways

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This listing only shows photos within Burgess Hill.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

A 1 metre wide pavement is need as a lot of people walk this road daily. If it could be used as a cycle lane too that would be great.

Dangerous crossing, reduce speed limit.

Improve footpath &upgrade to cycle way

Cycle path / footpath needed along A272 here

Cycleway needed along A272

Upgrade footpath to bridleway

This track is 99.9% complete as a traffic-free, paved, walking and cycling route between Wivelsfield Green and Scaynes Hill - these two gates just need to be removed and about 10 feet of mud paved over!

Add cycle lane to A273 to connect A23 cycle path to the cycle path north of Hassocks to Burgess Hill.

B2118 to get a widened cycle & pedestrian path. Recently the large section of the NCN Route 20 was removed, mostly to with the large amount of it running along the B2118 and B2114. building a decent cycle path along here will allow the NCN ... [more]

Pavement widened and resurfaced into a shared path. Allows cyclists to have a safe route between Ansty and Cuckfield/Haywards Heath.

Cycle and pedestrian path beside the railway connecting Valebridge Road to Rocky Lane (A272) cycle path. Valebridge Lane could also get a wide pavement to allow safer access for cyclists and pedestrians to the built up area of Burgess Hill. ... [more]

Walking, horse riding and cycling along the bottom of the downs is very popular, however the junction between the A273/B2112 as well as the Bridge over the railway makes it a very difficult junction to deal with. Especially with traffic hea ... [more]

The A272 is a rather dangerous road due to it being the only part of the A272 that is suitable for overtaking in the area, however the bend makes visibility limited and a high risk of oncoming collisions in excess of 120mph. A cycle track o ... [more]

Busy road, dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians with no alternative route to Haywards Heath or local villages.

Exiting Noahs ark Lane is now extremely dangerous as hedges have been planted on what was an open plan front garden on the corner of lewes road . the hedge now obscures the view when exciting Noahs ark lane.. also you cannot see the sign fo ... [more]

Access needed for cyclists to gain entry to cycle boxes.

Oathall road is wide and a key route between Lindfield and Haywards Heath. Car parking bays are not needed as houses have driveways. A cycle lane should be installed.

There is no safe way for cyclists coming from the residential areas to move from the PRH roundabout to Hurstwood Lane.

Upgrade of path to facilitate route towards Oathall secondary school

Convert footpath to cycleway as part of a to school route

Short length of track that is classified as public footpath could be upgraded to bridleway, much of the track already is, potentially allowing a through route towards linking Lindfield and Ardingly

Currently a footpath with cycling prohibited, open land either side, widen path and allow cycling

A painted cycle lane needed, when turning left into London road from Hurst road vehicles going forward onto Keymer road do not leave enough room for cyclists to enter the filter lights.

Currently there is a joint cycling and footpath Which is too narrow for joint use. Part of the main highway could easily be made into a separated cycle lane using cones or similar initially

Currently there is a joint cycling and footpath Which is too narrow for joint use. Part of the main highway could easily be made into a separated cycle lane using cones or similar initially

Worth Way cycle path which is part of national cycle route 21

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