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Path or cycle route needed, slower speed limit. Lots of people walking and cycling to and from the village for work, school.

No footpath as the road passes the church so pedestrians have to go on the road where this is a blind corner.

Footpaths are very narrow and are only available on single road side. Expanding these would open up these roads for more people to exercise and maintain social distancing.

The roads around here are very popular for residents in Keyworth, Wysall and surrounds to run but they are forced to share them with drivers on roads with a national speed limit. Footpaths would open up the areas to families to exercise … [more]

There are no footpaths linking Keyworth and Bunny. There are about to be at least 100 new homes in the village with very limited walking options in this side of the village without having to share the road where cars can travel at the … [more]

Very difficult for pedestrians to cross. Traffic lights here would help pedestrians, cyclists and could help reduce speed of cars

Footpaths around Bradmore and leading to garden centre very poor, forcing pedestrians to walk on the road and cross over several times. There is sufficient space in verges for upgraded footpaths.

Needs wider pavement alongside the wall to the Hall - it's very narrow.

Very narrow pavement / bike path, especially under the rail bridge. But also before and after. Needs widening and cleaning up.

Please add some lights here for safe crossing

Look at how to redesign the large pavement spaces so they can be outside seating with landscaping. plus protected cycling routes. still some room for parking here in places but this will be less needed with better cycle lanes for local … [more]

Create link to Asda site here for walking and cycling

Very narrow pavements. Widening pavements here and creating a cycle route would encourage walking & cycling to / from the school complex and leisure centre as well as slowing traffic down.

Create a through route by making a gap in the fence to encourage walking and cycling - thsi would be a safer and alternative route compared to Gotham Road

Traffic is too fast here for pedestrians crossing at the canal - please put in a crossing

Hi we live at the house which is situated at Stragglethorpe grainstore we have no path or access to Cropwell Bishop village other the walking along the busy main road this is not ideal with a 6 year old child, some kind of path would be … [more]

There are many workers cycling/walking to and from work from Cotgrave to Cropwell Bishop. Also I live at the grainstore with a 6 year old child who cannot access the village without going in the car. It would helpful for her to get to and … [more]

There is no safe walking route out of Cropwell Bishop. Pavement/cycleway required from Creamery to A46

Large number of vehicles parked on foot/cycle path leaving no space for passing cyclists and pedestrians. Double Yellows needed, along with enforcement.

Please add a pavement or at least some sort of path along here. You cannot safely walk to Plumtree and back

Huge problem in this area of vehicles parking almost across the pavement, making it impossible to get along with a buggy, and even sometimes difficult for ordinary pedestrians.

This is the worlds slowest crossing. you can wait minutes here to cross in light traffic

Create proper surfaced cycle per route to link to canal towpath both sides

Create continuous footpath over the end of harrow and Repton roads.

Create continuous footpath over the end of harrow and Repton roads.

Create new pedestrian and cycle crossing here and remove barriers on cycle paths

Create continuous pavement and shared use path over the end of junction to Kingswood Road. Make roads access only to avoid rat runners.

Create continuous pavement and shared use path over the end of junction to Burnside and Kingswood Road. Make roads access only to avoid rat runners.

Create continuous pavement and shared use path over the end of junction to Burnside and Kingswood Road. Make roads access only to avoid rat runners.

Obstructive barrier needs removing, replace with bollards

Obstructive barrier needs removing from the path - replace with bollards

No footpath from here to Melton Road. Large parts with no verge. Heavy Trafgic at 60mph on narrow lanes. Pedestrian nightmare... It is the only bit of main road without a footpath. It would allow walking to local shops/pubs/public … [more]

Crossing needed here. Wilford Suspension bridge has become a popular route from West Bridgford to the Embankment, Meadows, and City Centre. Incredibly, the only safe way to cross from Welbeck Rd to Melton Rd currently requires using SIX … [more]

50 metres of shared path needed here.

This shared use path is far too narrow. A two people passing, whether on bikes or not, will be within 30cm of each other. Meanwhile, cars get a fast 50mph wide road. FIX IT. NOW.

Very narrow pathway due to scaffolding and terrorism barriers leading to no space for social distancing.

Path environment where it splits into two for district centre access

Limited headroom, width, and steps under the A6011.

Very narrow path between the two crossing points inside the central reservation

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