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Make the pavement wide enough for two prams, mobility scooters, and pedestrians to pass one another without one having to step onto the road.

It's August, it's heaving with people & vehicles. The A149 is at standstill from Snettisham to Hunstanton. Meanwhile, two people on mobility scooters are riding along the middle of the road because the single path isn't fit for purpose. In … [more]

There should be a cyclable route along the coast south from here to Snettisham and Dersingham to encourage active travel to and from Hunstanton.

Should be at the very least cycle lanes along this busy section of road.

Clear signs needed to make sure people know to turn left here, especially as the barrier on to Priory Lane east of here is impassible on a cycle with bags.

Have you tried cycling anywhere around here. It's impossible to cross in either direction if you are even in the slightest bit nervous. A terrible set of circumstances for cyclists. Uphill, narrow roads, all types of vehicles, driven at … [more]

The path here, all the way to Snettisham, is broken down, crumbling, unfit for purpose. Widen & resurfacing req. Once in a generation chance to provide cycleway & pedestrian footpath to connect 3 villages & a town. And create a bigger, … [more]

Cycle path ends here! Continue path north to around edge of roundabout. Create low sleeping policeman crossing here to connect to existing cycle path up Redgate Hill to next roundabout. The current alternative is to cut leaving cycle path … [more]

Used by all ages, this high passage is the main cycle path & pedestrian route for two schools, a town centre & three quarters of Hunstanton's housing stock. Completely unfit for purpose. Very narrow, high, dangerous sloping position … [more]

Dangerous zone. Road narrows to junctions & 90° blind corner. Widen for pedestrians & cyclists alike.

Large Cycle storage (Family locker & single sizes). Can be monitored via camera on Council Building.

The promenade between Heacham and Hunstanton should be equipped for cycling, it's wide enough. A lot of towns have shared spaces for walkers and cyclists.

The road from the Dersingham roundabout to the cycle way is really unpleasant to cycle at anytime. If there was a cycleway it would complete a comfortable route from Hunstanton to King's Lynn ( rather than the longer and winding existing … [more]

Sensible scheme to slow cars at the junction - but why not put in some cycle parking for the Burnham Market Stores across the road?

Half-hidden signs for NCN route 1 in Burnham Market

Sandringham - a big café (and toilets) right on NCN route 1, but there's no sign of any cycle stands.

North Wootton village hall - a nice new expanse of gravel but not a single cycle stand.

Sign needed for NCN route 1 (to the left) towards King's Lynn

It is not possible to walk or cycle safely along any section of this road. Permissive bridleways alongside this route would be of massive benefit

It is not possible to walk or cycle safely along any section of this road. Permissive bridleways alongside this route would be of massive benefit

Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg

Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg

Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg

Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg

Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg

Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg

Norfolk coast Cycleway too far from coast -

Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg

Slow down traffic past school – 20 mph – www.20splentyorg

Rat run, close to through motor traffic.

Rat run, close to motor traffic at a suitable point.

This section connects the riverside track with Low Road but is high-speed and dangerous. Apply 30mph limit, remove centre line and add advisory cycle lanes both sides.

Convert footpath to hard-surfaced cycleway, to improve access to south.

Access to cycleway is narrow and dangerous. Realign route and remove gate.

Not suitable for cycling. Add segregated cycle track. Connect through to Knights Hill housing development at south and Sandringham cycle track at north

Road dangerous for cycling. Add separate cycle track alongside road, properly separated and wide.

Parking on pavement, with vehicles often parking wholly on pavement and/or completely obstructing pavement. Ban pavement parking, prevent by use of bollards/planters. Add protected cycle lanes both sides of the road to prevent parking. … [more]

Car parking on pavement. Ban parking on one side of the street, ban pavement parking.

Motor vehicles use north-side pavement as carriageway instead of waiting for oncoming traffic. Add bollards to protect pavement. Add parking restriction halfway along the road to provide additional passing place.

Rat Run between Wootton Road and Gayton Road/schools. Close Field Lane to through motor traffic at junction with New Road.

Road is wide but cars park on pavements. School traffic busy and dangerous. Ban pavement parking, provide wide two-way separated cycle track along whole length of Queensway.

Used as a rat run even though it is a main school/village route. Close to motor traffic between Nursery Lane and Bramble Drive.

Not enough space here. Remove guard rails. Widen pavement and narrow road at the crossing.

Guard rails are often covered in adverts, restricting visibility and being unsightly. Remove guardrails, replace with planters like on Magdalen Street Norwich.

Cycle track too narrow to accommodate cycle traffic crossing the road and other cycle traffic continuing on the same side. Double width of cycle track to provide space for a turn/filter cycle lane.

Inappropriate use of cyclists dismount sign. Remove sign.

Inappropriate use of Cyclists Dismount sign. Remove sign.

Car parking on pavement. Ban and restrict with bollards.

Improve surface, width, alignment to make this a good cycle route.

Open Tower Street to cycling, to permit access to cycle parking and shops.

Open this section to cycling.

Open St James St to two-way cycling.

This is a tight and awkward crossing for cycling. Provide cycleway continuous across the junction, with priority.

Cycleway priority over road required.

Cycleway too narrow, particularly for eastbound cycle traffic, close to motor traffic travelling at up to 50-60mph in 40mph limit. Street lights encroach on cycle track making it narrower. Move street lamps well into verge. Widen cycle … [more]

Crossing timings prioritise motor traffic. Set so that lights change immediately on request.

No cycleway to link West Newton Road with Station Road. Create off-road cycleway and suitable crossing point.

Cycle crossing inadequate and dangerous.

Pavement parking. Ban pavement parking here.

Pavement parking. Ban parking on one side of the street, and on the pavements.

Remove traffic from Lansdowne/Birchwood/George St by closing road here for motor traffic (plenty of space for turning head).

Lights at crossing give priority to motor traffic. Change timings so that they change immediately on request.

Bridge too narrow for effective social distancing. Double width of cycle-pedestrian bridge.

Cycleway does not have priority at crossing. Give it priority.

Cycleway does not have priority at crossing. Give cycleway priority and make it continuous across road.

No priority for cycles at crossing. Give cycleway priority.

Illegal parking on cycleway at school times. Enforce law properly.

Dangerous crossing with poor visibility and high speeds on road. Remove centre line on road. Create a single-lane pinch-point on the road to facilitate crossing. Give cycleway priority at crossing.

Poor design of crossing. Make cycleway continuous and give it priority.

Hazardous crossing for school children. Many people driving in here to park at school peak times. Pavement parking. Make pavement continuous across entrance, giving it clear priority. Add anti-parking bollards to keep pavement clear.

Hazardous crossing for school children. Make pavement continuous across entrance, to give it clear priority.

Parking on yellow zig-zags. Make them enforceable by erecting 'no waiting' signs.

Road is very wide, with wide radius, so difficult to cross, particularly at school peak hours. Makes it difficult to walk to school. Also parking on double yellow lines is common here. Add a build-out to narrow the mouth of the road to 2 … [more]

Parking and busy/fast traffic outside school. Add yellow zig-zags and make them enforceable by putting up 'no waiting' signs.

Cannot cycle to cycle parking at north end of High Street. Permit cycling on Tuesday Market Place East.

Fast traffic and narrow pavements make it unpleasant and dangerous to walk along here. Close the road, at the junction with Chapel Street, to motor traffic.

Street is one-way for all traffic. Should be contraflow for cycles as originally intended.

Incorrect 'no entry' sign makes it illegal to cycle into cycle lane. Remove sign.

Swimming pool is using doors this side as an exit now. Groups/parents crowd here after lessons. Close left-turn slip lane to provide more space.

Cycle lane is regularly used as drop-off and pick-up point for swimming pool. Widen lane and convert to segregated cycle track.

Gates/fence are an obstruction to the cycleway and are difficult to negotiate. Prevents social distancing. Remove gates and fence to provide free, open access.

Road surface sandy and not suitable for cycling. Provide hard-packed surface.

Crossing of A149 is difficult and dangerous. This would be an ideal route east from King's Lynn. In the long term, a bridge would be best suited to the crossing. In the short term, provide large protected island to facilitate two-phase … [more]

Road not suitable for cycling. Extend cycleway north to Wolferton junction.

Poor quality crossing. Make cycleway continuous and give it priority.

Narrow road, fast traffic, poor visibility despite being on national cycle network route. Remove centre line, add 2m-wide cycle lane either side of road, reduce speed limit to 30mph

Create through route north of here, following route of farm track, to connect to Wolferton.

Wrong signage -- sign shows footway to be segregated cycle/pedestrian route but it is not. Replace sign.

Bollard at north end of the bridge is on the tight turning into the bridge, making it dangerous and difficult to cycle through. Remove bollard.

This needs widening up to the railings. --- Southern side of Hardwick bridge.--- Pathway too narrow from Beech Road to Vancouver Ave.

Overhanging bushes and trees have made the path narrow on both sides of the road. Dangerous at school times. Needs pruning and hedging taken back to make paths wider

Overhanging bushes and trees have made the path narrow on both sides of the road. Dangerous at school times. Needs pruning and hedging taken back to make paths wider

The pavement along the main road is tiny. It’s a main route for most of the village to walk/bike to school and sometimes I feel scared of my child’s safety when a lorry or bus comes by. One wrong move would mean they are on the road. Think … [more]

Half of pavement is just mud can the pavement be widened please

No footpath or cycleway South Runcton to Runcton Holme

This road is felt to be unsafe by many who cycle leading to use of the pavement. Widening the pathway and adding an additional cycle lane would increase safety and encourage more people to cycle between the villages and to the town. It … [more]

This road can be unsafe for pedestrians and dog walkers and a pavement would improve the situation and also encourage more people to walk.

Pavements too narrow for walkers, children, elderly and dog walkers

Grimston and Pott Row, through to Wootton and King's Lynn - family friendly route ie bridge crossing for A148 and A149

Very unsafe for cyclists due to width of road and volume of heavy traffic

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