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Photo listing : tracks

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

Dangerous pedestrian crossing

Need for wider pavements and formal crossing here

Very narrow pavement, overgrowth requires cutting back. local council and County council alerted but no action after over 4 weeks

Pavement needed and speed restrictions

More safety for cyclists access to cycle box and safety for pedestrians crossing Keymer road.a Zebra crossing 30 yards from the lights

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 exiting Noahs Ark Lane…

All along here, cars park on the footpath blocking it for pedestrians. Existing laws against obstruction should be enforced.

Always overgrown hedges at this block of flats. Narrow pavement and street “furniture” (i.e. a telegraph pole) mean the footpath is blocked by overgrown hedges.

Like much of Haywards Heath/Lindfield, hedges are badly overgrown and pedestrians have to walk in the road as the path is unusable.

Cut back bushes and widen pavement on N (traffic heading towards Lindfield) side of B2028, currently not wide enough for 1 person to walk along

The area around Lewes Rd/High St Junction including path past the Pond - has been subject to traffic study for lights. Please introduce lights to allow single file traffic, introduce pavement on King Edward Hall side of road to junction, an ... [more]

Pavement only runs on one side of the road and is very narrow

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