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Photo listing : temporary closures

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This listing only shows photos within King's Lynn.
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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

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.

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

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

Open St James St to two-way cycling.

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

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.

Lots of cars parking on pavements pushing people to walk in the street. Redesign street to create a community or living street.

Create a pinch point for traffic - single pass with pavement built out to improve the crossing on the corner of the market place.

Opportunity to create a cycle street or community street by limiting traffic access and redesigning to give prioirty to pedestrians and cyclists

Very busy area with rat running school drop off, ped and cyclists. between Kensington Road, Field Lane and Rosebery Avenue. Suggest to create community streets, remove kerbs and create shared spaces with 10 mph zone through area. Possible s ... [more]

Rat run between Gayton Road and Wotton Road possibly due to school drop offs. Suggest restrict access to one direction

Busy area for all modes vehicles parking on pavements and traffic turning into and out of Methuen Ave. Rosebery Ave. narrow pavements. Suggest restricting movements for cars in this area and redesign to give more space to pedestrians partic ... [more]

Remove traffic and create better shared space for pedestrians and cyclists. Cars sit with engines running and generally not nice space as a ped. as pavements very narrow

Reduce to 1 car lane in each direction and give spaces to buses and cyclist to assist in net zero ambition

Create a bus/cycle lane from Campbell Meadows junction to South Gates reducing for private cars to 1 lane in each direction - actions need to be bold if going to achieve net zero ambition by 2030

Cyclists and walkers have great difficulties in crossing from The Walks to the opposite side of road as very busy road and often Traffic stands still at the railway crossing.

Bus stop, blocks view of road, dangerous to pull out of junction

The Spenser Road crossing is a major point of conflict with car drivers not respecting cyclists priority. Visibility is poor. It is a rat run and could be closed with little detrimental effect as there are many other routes into the area. I ... [more]

Make more space for walking and cycling throughout several neighbouring settlements by closing the cut bridge inbound and making motorists use the A roads which were built for them at huge expense.

The huge number of cyclists and pedestrians now using this busy crossing means that motor traffic is now a major hazard to both. Close thr road to motor traffic so cyclists can use the roadway and give pedestrians more space.

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