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159905Photo #159905Narrow shared use path need to be made widerTrack:
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159904Photo #159904Need a safe crossing of StationRd. to enable access to the station.Cycleway:
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151968Photo #151968Replace speed humps with new ones that don't damage vehicles and bike rims.Cycleway:
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151967Photo #151967Contra-flow needed for cyclists. It is crying out for it!!!Cycleway:
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143571Photo #143571Rat running. Already a 20mph limit with speed humps but due to rat running most cycle on narrow pavement. Close to through motor traffic but open to people.Temporary closure:
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143570Photo #143570Long wait times for pedestrians at crossing. Give peds priority at this junction.Track:
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143569Photo #143569Inadequate, dangerous, shared use pavements around blind corner. Solution: protected bike lanes at this junction.Cycleway:
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143568Photo #143568Millions is being wasted on making the carriageway narrower which will force people in bikes to either sit in queues of motor vehicles or ride on the widened footway. Solution: narrow the road to put in protected cycle lanes.Cycleway:
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143566Photo #143566Extensive parking on double yellow lines and footway. Enforcement of double yellow lines required.Track:
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143565Photo #143565Rat running. Point closure to create low traffic neighborhood.Temporary closure:
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143564Photo #143564Busy, intimidating junction and section of road. Protected cycleway from Tom Sawyer Way to Lammas Rd.Cycleway:
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143563Photo #143563Potential quiet route alternative to Whippendell Road lacks crossing between Belgrade Av and Chester Rd. Tiger crossing required.Cycleway:
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143560Photo #143560Contra flow forces cycles onto shared use, prevents access to roundabout. Give access to roundabout from contra flow.Cycleway:
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143559Photo #143559Busy cycle / pedestrian route gives way to back entrance driveway to 3 houses. Cycles and pedestrians should be given priority here.Cycleway:
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143557Photo #143557Dangerous road, speeding traffic. 20mph and traffic calming needed.Cycleway:
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143556Photo #143556No pedestrian crossing, high speed of motor vehicles. Pedestrian crossing needed.Track:
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143555Photo #143555Mini roundabout intimidating and dangerous for people on cycles. Plenty of space for roundabout to be redesigned with protected bike lanes.Cycleway:
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143553Photo #143553Straight, wide road so motor vehicles speed, also dangerous pinch points due to right turn lane. Solution: reallocate road space to create protected cycle lane.Cycleway:
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143552Photo #143552Shared use pavements are circuitous and involve many road crossings.l, roundabouts are wide which enables speeding. Take space from motor traffic to install protected bike lanes around all 3 connected roundabouts.Cycleway:
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143551Photo #143551Busy, wide road which is intimidating to cycle along. Protected cycle lanes needed.Cycleway:
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143549Photo #143549Staggered crossing, long wait time. Replace with single stage crossing.Track:
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143548Photo #143548Busy, wide road. Protected cycle lanes the full length of St Alban's Road.Cycleway:
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143547Photo #143547Cycle contraflow needs resurfacing, also needs to have priority over side roads / car park entrances.Cycleway:
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143546Photo #143546Intimidating road to cycle down. Wide road so plenty of space for protected cycleways.Cycleway:
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143545Photo #143545Awkward, circuitous crossing s with long wait times for pedestrians. Re-design junction to be pedestrian friendly.Track:
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143544Photo #143544Wide, straight road, high motor vehicle speeds. Protected cycle lanes needed, plenty wide enough for this.Cycleway:
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143542Photo #143542Shared use paths too narrow, need widening and resurfacing.Cycleway:
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143541Photo #143541Terrible shared use surface, resurfacing required.Cycleway:
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143539Photo #143539Wide roundabout allows high motor vehicle speed. Take space from road way to make protected cycle lanes around roundabout.Cycleway:
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143538Photo #143538Mouth of junction very wide, dangerous to cross. Mouth of junction needs to be made narrower.Track:
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143537Photo #143537Mouth of junction very wide, dangerous to cross. Narrow road at junction to make crossing narrower.Track:
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143536Photo #143536No direct access to Ricky Rd for cycles. Link to Ricky Road needed.Cycleway:
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143535Photo #143535Shared use footway far too narrow. Road very wide, plenty of space for a protected cycleways.Cycleway:
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143534Photo #143534No crossing. Tiger crossing needed to give cycles and pedestrians priority.Cycleway:
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143533Photo #143533Narrow, badly placed, awkward to use shared use crossing. Wider crossing needed a few metres further east.Cycleway:
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143532Photo #143532Entrance to street only. Cycle contra flow exit needed.Cycleway:
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143531Photo #143531Congested, polluted street through densely populated area with many local shops. Bus gate to create a low traffic 'High Street' for West Watford.Temporary closure:
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143529Photo #143529Rat running, motor traffic speeds too high. Need 20mph limit and traffic calming.Cycleway:
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143528Photo #143528Ring road too dangerous for cycles, make road two way for cycles.Cycleway:
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143527Photo #143527Ring road too dangerous for cycles; make wide alleyway shared use to create cycling link from High Street station to Vic Rd.Cycleway:
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143526Photo #143526Shared use crossing unusable for cycles due to large numbers of pedestrians.Cycleway:
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143525Photo #143525Footway wide enough for shared use.Cycleway:
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143524Photo #143524Need cycle crossing here.Cycleway:
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143523Photo #143523Need pedestrian crossing here.Track:
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143522Photo #143522No crossing for cycles, subway for Peds only. Cycle crossing required.Cycleway:
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143521Photo #143521Busy street, school entrance with no pedestrian crossing. Filter allowing buses and cycles only.Temporary closure:
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143520Photo #143520Cycling contra flow needed.Cycleway:
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143519Photo #143519Terrible toucan crossing, high footfall so (very badly designed) shared crossing is inadequate. Separate crossing for cycling needed.Cycleway:
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143518Photo #143518Parked cars block cycle contra flow. Parking enforcement needed.Cycleway:
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143517Photo #143517Parked cars and infringe on narrow footway, needs sorting out.Track:
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143516Photo #143516Straight road so cars speed, 20 limit and traffic calming needed.Cycleway:
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143513Photo #143513No pedestrian crossings at very busy signalised junction - need pedestrian crossings !!Track:
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143512Photo #143512Filter to create low traffic street.Temporary closure:
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143510Photo #143510Modal filter to prevent rat running and create low traffic neighborhood.Temporary closure:
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143509Photo #143509Need segregated cycleways through junction, i.e. CYCLOPS junction.Cycleway:
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143508Photo #143508Awful, car centric junction. Pedestrian guard rails force pedestrians to walk further to badly placed crossings.Track:
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143507Photo #143507Point closure / modal filter would create low traffic area.Temporary closure:
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143506Photo #143506Point closure would create low traffic area.Temporary closure:
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143504Photo #143504Awkward link from Euston Av to Whippendell Rd, needs dropped kerbs and a shared crossing.Cycleway:
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143502Photo #143502Link from Euston Road to WhippCycleway:
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143501Photo #143501Awkward staggered crossing, pedestrian guard rails need removing.Track:
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141230Photo #141230As the road has very fast moving traffic (once they pass the speed camera). Bikes sometimes resort to the pavements which on top of the present pedestrian footfall adds to it being hard to keep a reasonable distance.

I would strongly request the pavement to be widened and potentially cycleway as well
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140927Photo #140927This road can be turned into a cycle quiet way and please limit the side road parking.. The road is wide but then becomes narrow because of left and right side road parking.Cycleway:
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140926Photo #140926This road can be turned in to a shared road. Proper signages must be put up. And also paint the road.Cycleway:
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140925Photo #140925Should be a shared road motorist and cyclist...proper signage should be put up hereCycleway:
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140924Photo #140924This road must be a shared road. There must be proper signage for the motorists to know that that road is a shared one. Lots of hospital staff use bicycles and it would be beneficial to them and also to other vulnerable road users.Cycleway:
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140916Photo #140916Should be for bicycles only. Automobiles can access morrisons on the other road opposite to this one. Too much access gives for engine powered machine.Cycleway:
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140914Photo #140914I suggest close this road for automobiles and exclusive only for walking and cycling. There is another road for automobiles on the other side which they can still go to morrisons vice versa.Temporary closure:
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140901Photo #140901Need bike lane here to be connected to Thomas Sawyer Way so that people can have an option to use their bike and not cars (which cause congestion) by going to places like hospital (to visit their loved ones or going to work) and town centre.Cycleway:
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140899Photo #140899Need bike lane here and connect it to Thomas Sawyer Way. So that people coming from Bushey can have access either to the hospital or town centre by bike.Cycleway:
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140867Photo #140867There’s no cycle lane and a lot of people use it to cycle from the town centre shopping area to the station.Cycleway:
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140866Photo #140866There’s no cycle lane and a lot of people cycle from the shops/town centre to the stationCycleway:
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140698Photo #140698Single path shared between cycling and pedestrian. Plenty of verge to allow for wideningCycleway:
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140632Photo #140632Bike lane needed in Rickmansworth Road going to Cassiobury Park to town centre..there are already bike lanes in Cassiobury Park going to the town hall all the way to town centre. I think putting bike lanes along Rickmansworth Road will benefit people within that area who wants to go to park or town centre instead of using cars.Cycleway:
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140628Photo #140628Please make the road cemented going to A4178 and Riverside Road. Too muddy if its raining hard.. Summer is fine. To make the Ebury Way an all weather route, make it cemented.Cycleway:
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140624Photo #140624Please make the Ebury Way cemented all the way to Rickmansworth. For fast and non muddy transportation going to Rickmansworth.Cycleway:
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140622Photo #140622This new road is too wide. It can accomodate bicycle lane.Cycleway:
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140621Photo #140621Is this a passage? If yes, can be used as a bike path.Cycleway:
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140620Photo #140620This must be a shared road/cycleway with proper signages so that the motorists are aware. And at the traffic light down below paint a bicycle sign on the road surface so that the person on a bicycle can go first.Cycleway:
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140605Photo #140605Cycle path is useless when cars park over it. Either double yellow lines or segregated path needed.Cycleway:
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140594Photo #140594Instead of road narrowing, traffic could be naturally narrowed by the inclusion of a segregated cycle path.Cycleway:
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140592Photo #140592This area must be closed. Vehicles coming from Wellstones can enter and exit there because there is enough space there to turn. That road I believe serves as a delivery area for a few establishments in the town centre.Temporary closure:
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140591Photo #140591Road is wide enough for a segregated cycle path the whole lengthCycleway:
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140588Photo #140588Should be exclusive only for walking, cycling and delivery of goods. More bike parking. No car parking. More customer by bikes more income..compared to cars who parked there which taking too much space.Cycleway:
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140585Photo #140585Should be exclusive only for walking and cycling and delivery of goods. If the store owners in market street wants to have more customers then replace car parking to bicycle parking.. Example: 5 bike parking racks can accomodate 10 bicycles, 1 car can take space equivalent to 5 bike parking racks(estimated only).. See the difference? More customers the merrier.Cycleway:
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140581Photo #140581I think it's better to add bike lane on that road all the way to Thomas Sawyer Way (it's very wide and can accomodate cycle lane). People coming from Bushey for example may use the road going to the hospital esp those hospital staff who prefer bicycle as their mode of transportation.Cycleway:
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140575Photo #140575Nettles and brambles need clearing as throughway very restricted for pedestrians and cyclists. Social distancing impossible.Cycleway:
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140233Photo #140233No real thought given to cyclists coming up the A41 - cycle route & signs coming up the A41 to the Dome Roundabout but then it finishes - need to make the section from Dome Roundabout to the Hunton Bridge Roundabout cyclist friendlyCycleway:
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140231Photo #140231Widen the cycle path along the A405 - from its junction with Sheepcot Lane to its junction with the A412/St Albans RdCycleway:
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138104Photo #138104Two tier racks at Watford Junction Station.Cycle parking:
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138103Photo #138103Two tier racks at Watford Junction Station.Cycle parking:
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137888Photo #137888Need a safe crossing place for pedestrians & cyclists.Cycleway:
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136781Photo #136781Pathway is wide enough to facilitate pedestrians and cyclists both sides of the road. Shared pathway signage would provide a safe environment for both. The whole length of the road from St. Albans road to otterspool wayCycleway:
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136776Photo #136776Unregulated and illegal parking takes place regularly in Harwoods Road, making just walking along the pavement difficultTrack:
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135361Photo #135361The painted cycle lane disappears and feeds cyclists into traffic. Provide protected cycle lane.Cycleway:
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132162Photo #132162Narrow pavement on section over bridge linking Ebury Way to cycle path through Oxhey Park. The road has a central etched area so the road could be narrowed to allow for a wide joint footpath and cycle path.Cycleway:
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132161Photo #132161This path is too narrow and should be widened to allow pedestrians and cyclists to use safely round this bend through the treesCycleway:
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132151Photo #132151Narrow pavement on section over bridge linking Ebury Way to cycle path through Oxhey Park. The road has a central etched area so the road could be narrowed to allow for a wide joint footpath and cycle path.Cycleway:
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132128Photo #132128Vehicles are parked half way across the pavement outside the single yellow line enforcement hours.Track:
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128804Photo #128804Widen path to allow cycles and pedestrians to pass each other, and provide a safer route from the station to the high street than Clarendon roadCycleway:
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