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142158Photo #142158Maude Road, resident parking, but hardly anyone parks here so better used for bike hangarCycle parking:
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142125Photo #142125There are multiple households cycling on this street and there have been bike thefts recently.Cycle parking:
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142085Photo #142085Many of of the residents of our building are cyclists and it would be much easier if we could keep bikes securely outsideCycle parking:
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142033Photo #142033The path is really narrow and it’s really busy. The road should be closed to cars!Temporary closure:
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141886Photo #141886There are hundreds of people living in these flats and hardly any bike storage. I am on the waiting list for an existing hangar on the road and am 47th on the list! So clearly lots of demand.Cycle parking:
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141167Photo #141167This is a street with lots of houses that are now flats so first Floor properties need bike storageCycle parking:
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141143Photo #141143Would be good for cycle storage around the East Dulwich EstateCycle parking:
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140886Photo #140886Street ClosureTemporary closure:
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140804Photo #140804Modal filter (walking/cycling only) turns this area into a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140789Photo #140789Busy street with countless bikes locked up outside houses and flats exposed to weather and obstructing entry/exit from properties.Cycle parking:
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140782Photo #140782Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through trafficTemporary closure:
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140781Photo #140781Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through trafficTemporary closure:
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140708Photo #140708To add to my previous idea (posted before I got a chance to edit it), it would be a cycle cut-through from Peckham Road to Grove Lane, crossing the footway at the junction. This would allow an easy right turn into Daneville Road and straightforward access to Coldharbour Lane, avoiding two major junctions and a much more difficult right turn.Cycleway:
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140481Photo #140481Modal filter (walking/bicycles only) to quieten streets by minimising through trafficTemporary closure:
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140479Photo #140479Modal filter (walking/bicycles only) to quieten streets by minimising through trafficTemporary closure:
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140478Photo #140478Modal filter (walking/bicycles only) to quieten streets by minimising through trafficTemporary closure:
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140476Photo #140476Modal filter (walking/bicycles) to quieten streetsTemporary closure:
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140474Photo #140474Modal filter (walking/bicycles) to quieten streetsTemporary closure:
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140473Photo #140473Modal filter to quieten streetsTemporary closure:
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140461Photo #140461Add 10mph speed limitTemporary closure:
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140460Photo #140460Add 10mph speed limitTemporary closure:
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140459Photo #140459Modal filter to cut rat runningTemporary closure:
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140397Photo #140397Mundania Court is a block of 50 flats with no possibility of on-site bicycle storage. Currently residents leave their bicycles in the common areas but we have been advised that this contravenes health & safety and fire regulations and we will be required to remove them. Our only option will be some form of secure on-street parking.Cycle parking:
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140396Photo #140396Mundania Court is a block of 50 flats with no possibility of on-site bicycle storage. Currently residents leave their bicycles in the common areas but we have been advised that this contravenes health & safety and fire regulations and we will be required to remove them. Our only option will be some form of secure on-street parking.Cycle parking:
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138953Photo #138953Close to the park, so useful for residents of Colyton Road and surrounding roads & park visitorsCycle parking:
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138874Photo #138874A bike hangar on Burbage road in front of Royston CourtCycle parking:
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138773Photo #138773“Mundania Court is a block of 50 flats with no possibility of on-site bicycle storage. Currently residents leave their bicycles in the common areas or inside their flats (which is hugely impractical) but we have been advised that this contravenes health & safety and fire regulations and we will be required to remove them. Our only option will be some form of secure on-street parking.”Cycle parking:
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138720Photo #138720Mundania Court is a block of 50 flats with no possibility of on-site bicycle storage. Currently residents leave their bicycles in the common areas but we have been advised that this contravenes health & safety and fire regulations and we will be required to remove them. Our only option will be some form of secure on-street parking.Cycle parking:
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137452Photo #137452Several neighbours would also be keen so we'd easily fill a lockable hanger. SE154DACycle parking:
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137028Photo #137028Continue cycleway from Jamaica Street to Nine Elms, via Waterloo and VauxhallCycleway:
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137025Photo #137025Accelerate completion of cycle lane under construction. Most of it is ready for used but closed off with barriersCycleway:
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136991Photo #136991Mundania Court is a block of 50 flats and many households have one or more bikes. Currently residents leave their bikes in the common areas but this is hazardous in terms of health and safety and safe evacuation. We need safe on-street bicycle parking.Cycle parking:
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136946Photo #136946Mundania Court is a block of 50 flats with no possibility of on-site bicycle storage. Currently residents leave their bicycles in the common areas but this contravenes health, safety and fire regulations. Our only option is secure on-street parkingCycle parking:
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136854Photo #136854Mundania Court is a block of 50 flats with no possibility of on-site bicycle storage. Currently residents leave their bicycles in the common areas but we have been advised that this contravenes health & safety and fire regulations and we will be required to remove them. Our only option will be some form of secure on-street parkingCycle parking:
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136754Photo #136754To get onto Coldharbour Lane from Peckham Road/Camberwell Church Street, cyclists currently have to negotiate the busy junction at Camberwell Green and the heavy traffic and blind corners of the one-way system around Ophir Street/Daneville Road. There is no cycle advance box at the lights on Daneville Road/Denmark Hill, and cyclists wanting to cross to Coldharbour Lane may be cut off by traffic turning left.Cycleway:
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135979Photo #135979Plant boxes and seat obstruct most users,cyclists and pedestrians, between Copleston and Grove Vale. No sign where cyclists should cross path so they use the end of Copleston where there is no way for cyclistsTrack:
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135551Photo #135551Mundania Court is a block of 50 flats with no possibility of on-site bicycle storage. Currently residents leave their bicycles in the common areas but we have been advised that this contravenes health & safety and fire regulations and we will be required to remove them. Our only option will be some form of secure on-street parking.Cycle parking:
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135481Photo #135481The cycle bypass of the Elephant is good but it is not well signposted so some cyclists miss itCycleway:
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135462Photo #135462Mundania Court is a 5 storey block of 50 flats and no lift. There is no space to store bikes. Currently residents leave their bicycles in the common areas but we have been advised that this contravenes health & safety and fire regulations and we will be required to remove them. Our only option will be some form of secure on-street parking.Cycle parking:
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134816Photo #134816Crossing for cyclists poorly designed as cars have little time to stopCycleway:
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134813Photo #134813Crossing the A205 for southbound cyclists is dangerous at this point, need a dedicated crossing to eliminate right turnCycleway:
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134811Photo #134811Cycle lanes along A202 very patchy and narrow in placesCycleway:
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134790Photo #134790CS7 lights for cyclists seem to never change to green possible problems with sensor?Cycleway:
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134700Photo #134700Cars speed down this road, going well above the 20mph speed limit. I would like to see some severe traffic calming measures on this street.Temporary closure:
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134493Photo #134493Uphill corner with a concrete central reservation that squeezes slower moving road users together with motor traffic that rarely travels below the speed limitCycleway:
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134156Photo #134156No cycle laneCycleway:
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134107Photo #134107This is a terrible crossing for anyone travelling east-west by bicycle. Infrastructure for safe cycling is minimal and is largely ignored by motorists. The ASL access lane on the east side is used for vehicle parking and both ASLs are typically occupied by vehicles. Continuous, unidirectional, protected cycle lanes are needed between Rosendale Road and the South Circular.Cycleway:
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134085Photo #134085The section of Lower Road between Surrey Quays and start of Evelyn St. is heavily used by cyclists going in direction of one way traffic but also against flow by cycling on pavement one lane of road needs to be given over to a two cyclewayCycleway:
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134057Photo #134057Like the parallel road, Alleyn Road, this is a rat-run that is intimidating for people trying to travel sustainably. Both roads should be filtered to be access only.Temporary closure:
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134041Photo #134041Rat-run with high traffic speeds and reckless driving, despite road humps. Very popular road for walking, cycling, jogging etc. during lockdown. Should be access only for motorised traffic. A choice of three access points for residents, deliveries etc.Temporary closure:
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133967Photo #133967Widen the space for cyclists at the traffic lightsCycleway:
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133953Photo #133953This is a popular street of shops with very narrow pavements and roads. It is impossible to social distance here, even more so with the queues for the shops. Although a bus route does run through here, there could be ways to re-route to allow closure of this section of the road to allow people to shop, walk, and cycle safely.Temporary closure:
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133810Photo #133810Mundania Court is a block with 50 flats and probably a similar number of bikes - we cannot store them inside safely as it blocks the access/fire exits so suitable on-street parking would be great. The pavement outside is wide enough to take plenty of bike stands on both sides of Forest Hill RoadCycle parking:
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133779Photo #133779At the moment the only way to store a bike at Mundania Court is to contravene fire safety regulations. It's also an open invitation for thieves who pry on expensive items being left outside apartments in blocks of flats. I would like to cycle to work and for leisure but I'm currently reluctant to do so. If this issue was resolved I would feel encouraged to cycle. It would have a positive effect on many people's lives who live in the building whether they wish to cycle or not. We desperately need secure on-street parking.Cycle parking:
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133424Photo #133424Mundania Court is a block of flats with no possibility of on site cycle storage. Residents currently leave their bikes in common areas but this is a contravention of H&S and Fire Regs and we will be required to remove them. our only option is for some form of on-street parking.Cycle parking:
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133406Photo #133406Mundania Court is a block of flats with no possibility of on site cycle storage. Residents currently leave their bikes in common areas but this is a contravention of H&S and Fire Regs and we will be required to remove them. our only option is for some form of on-street parking.Cycle parking:
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133375Photo #133375A continuous, segregated cycleway is needed along the south circular.Cycleway:
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132474Photo #132474Cycle Hanger - 2 others nearby (Choumert Road & Reedham Street, SE15) full with waiting lists. Need more bike storage urgently in areaCycle parking:
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132264Photo #1322643 x bike hangers required outside Mundania Court SE22 0NQ.
This block of 50 flats has no on-site bicycle parking. Bicycles are currently left in the common areas of the flats and we have been advised that this contravene the fire safety regulations and they will have to be removed.
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132168Photo #132168A closure here would cut out the Farquhar Road rat-run northbound while preserving access to parking on the bridge, and still allowing access to Bowley Close via Jasper Road and Farquhar Road (North).Temporary closure:
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132028Photo #132028Pavement is too narrow here and constrained by guard railsTrack:
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132027Photo #132027Pavement is really narrowTrack:
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131954Photo #131954SIngle lane southbound section is narrow, congested, poorly surfaced and the adjacent footway prevents social distancing at bus stops. Adjacent, unused space in the Maudsley car park could be re-purposed to create a wider footway and segregated cycle lane.Cycleway:
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131760Photo #131760Request for bicycle hangar, supported by all residents in Rye View Maisonettes. We would be happy to have a hangar outside our property (unrestricted street parking) and all occupants of the block would be interested in renting space in the hangar.Cycle parking:
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131749Photo #131749The lights for the CS7 crossing here takes so long to change. They should be revised.Cycleway:
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130639Photo #130639This is a shallow angle turning and often cars will cut across the bus/cycle lane without warning.Cycleway:
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130281Photo #130281Main North/South route for cyclists and yet there is no way of accessing Burgess Park from Thurlow Street safelyCycleway:
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130072Photo #130072Improvements to junction for cyclists. Better approaches both ways to stop cars blocking cycle lanesCycleway:
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130070Photo #130070Cycle filter lane at traffic lights going northCycleway:
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130068Photo #130068Peckham Rye cycle land would be welcomeCycleway:
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129314Photo #129314Bollards for cycle pathCycleway:
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129312Photo #129312Cycle way crossing should be marked more clearly for vehicles at this junctionCycleway:
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129310Photo #129310Cycle way crossing should be marked more clearly for vehicles at this junctionCycleway:
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129309Photo #129309This street should be pedestrianised on schooldaysTrack:
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129001Photo #129001Parked cars along this road and fast moving traffic make cycling risky - swapping parking for cycle lanes would fix this!Cycleway:
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128989Photo #128989Rope St ends in bollards and continues on to a cycleway on Cunard Walk, but it's often impossible to ride through because three cars are parked side-to-side across the end of the road, filling the carriageway. Parking in this "middle" space should be prevented.Cycleway:
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128570Photo #128570Please could we have cycling parking for our work staff. We are located Richmond Pharmacology Ltd, 1A Newcomen Street, London, SE1 1YRCycle parking:
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128387Photo #128387Walworth road needs a segregated bike path. It feels dangerous cycling on this road, and pollution levels are too high.

It would be good to also have wider pavements as it is a very busy area and now there are queues of people outside the shops too which makes it even harder to social distance.
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128344Photo #128344Herne Hill estate has 32 flats (2-3 bedrooms) and at present only has ~6 individual upright bicycle stores for the entire estate.

With the increase in people preferring to commute/travel by bike, the communal hallways are full of bikes which pose a fire hazard and affect accessibility. Even if each household only entered one of their bikes into a bicycle parking shelter, it would make the hallways a lot easier to navigate.
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128200Photo #128200There are many cyclists on this street who park their bikes next to a post and would enjoy thisCycle parking:
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127907Photo #127907There are 6 residents in the flats on Glengall Road in need of bike storageCycle parking:
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126638Photo #126638Protected cycle lanes along length of Borough High StreetCycleway:
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125316Photo #125316I need no have space in the flat pleaseCycle parking:
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124403Photo #124403Segregated cycleway needed due to large number of heavy vehicles.Cycleway:
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122870Photo #122870This supposed Quietway (Q1) has two lanes of parked cars, permanently sitting wasting space, but no segregated cycle lane - despite being very well-used by bikes. Meanwhile the few drivers play dodgems with people on bicycles. Remove the parked cars please to give adequate space for people.Cycleway:
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122843Photo #122843A single modal filter here turns the Consort Road estate into a low traffic neighbourhood, preventing the use of Scylla Road / Old James St as a rat run.Temporary closure:
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122492Photo #122492Close this road (Toulmin Street or thd part beside the school) and make it safe for school children and parents esp those forced prematurely to return.Temporary closure:
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122490Photo #122490#Schoolstreets this section of Toulmin Street must be blocked to cars at least to make it safe for returning children and parents. Its lethal anyway; no pavement; no walking or cycling space and cars blocking the road, parking in one side terrifying without Covid and now obviously a prime example of an easily solved problem that needs action! There us a road or route that still connects T and Lant Streets adequately. LA policy here is anti healthy walking and cycling esp for parents and super-aggressively encouraging if cars. In a pandemic this cannot go on: action required to make the school safe to attend now.Track:
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122478Photo #122478Safe cycling infra is needed the length if Tower Bridge Road which is also one of London’s most polluted. Multiple pinch points along it here north under the railway and the Bridge itself.Cycleway:
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122475Photo #122475Cycle infra plus in the short term pavement widening for social distancingCycleway:
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122472Photo #122472Massive problem with the length if Harper Road but esp here outside a large school with about a metre of pavement and yet another well known rat run if commuter traffic racing out if London via Old Kent Road. Not one vehicle should be able to access this whole area in this way. Access only snd a safe neighbourhood for cycling schools and healthy walking required.Track:
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122467Photo #122467Hopeless rat run with overly narrow pavements despite being the only route to Burgess Park and link between Surrey Square Park and BP. Its dangerous always and now even more do; no social distance ir say running possible without using the road which is a racetrack towards or off Albany Road. Very easy and obvious solutions to solve this available. Zero will in the LA!Track:
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122464Photo #122464East Street Market crosses Quietway 17, and both suffer from large volumes of cars and vans using Portland/Brandon Streets as an alternative to Walworth Road. A modal filter here would massively improve safety for pedestrians and people on bikes using Q17 and would also really benefit the market which is bisected by cars and vansTemporary closure:
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122461Photo #12246130000 vehicles a day, very toxic air, no cycle infrastructure at all, overwhelming car dom from the E&C thru high density area to Bricklayers Arms roundabout. Also beyond; Tower Bridge Road and Old Kent Road.Cycleway:
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122451Photo #122451Complete CS5 from Lewisham to the Oval. Works begin on it at the end of 2012Cycleway:
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121203Photo #121203Bikes recently damaged when changed to the bike stands along the road, flats are small with narrow hallways without space to store them inside. I am collecting signatures of neighbours supporting the ideaCycle parking:
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120909Photo #120909I have been on a waiting list for a bike hangar near me for almost a year and still on the waiting list. There are lots of residents with bikes who would like to park them safetlyCycle parking:
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120263Photo #120263There is no secure cycle storage within any of the blocks of flats in the close vicinity, and there has been no availability for any nearby cyclehoop lockers or hangars for months. Given the COVID-19 pandemic and many keyworkers living in the area, encouraging a commute via cycle would be a great thing for our local communityCycle parking:
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119741Photo #119741Narrow pavement all along goose green but an incredibly busy road makes it impossible to social distance without walking into traffic.Track:
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119737Photo #119737Very narrow pavements on both sides of the road, making it hard to social distance without walking in the road (which is always quite busy with traffic)Track:
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