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166563Photo #166563View looking southwestDestination:
Misc
destinations
166562Photo #166562Well surfaced (paved) routeCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
166561Photo #166561AV/NCN 21 near SalfordsGeneral sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
166560Photo #166560Underpass near Reigate station, not very welcomingOther:
Problem
general
166559Photo #166559Steps to underpassOther:
Problem
general
166558Photo #166558Nutfield marshesDestination:
Misc
destinations
166557Photo #166557View beside AV / NCN21Destination:
Misc
destinations
165604Photo #165604Ray CumboOther:
Misc
general
147976Photo #147976Need a right hand turn path with lights for cycles from West St into Park Ln to access the Priory Park.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
147975Photo #147975Painted cycle way is dangerous, encourages close passing especially at pinch points and stops when you need it most and is always filled with parked car. Separated and enforced cycle lane needed.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
147974Photo #147974There are dismount signs for cyclists in Priory Park. There needs to a formal cycle route thru the park to connect Par Lane to Blackborough Rd and Bell StCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
147933Photo #147933There is a path here to the station used by people from Nork having gone up Eastgate going to / from Banstead Railway station. It is tarmacked but in poor state of repair.
Widen and resurface path to allow passage of both cyclists and pedestrians. Change to Pelican lights.
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
147931Photo #147931The steepest part of Fir Tree Road is from the Drift Bridge crossroads to Grey Alders/ High Beeches crossing on the bend. The footpath is narrow and segregated from the traffic by a barrier (in case a car doesn't make the bend) There are several lanes for cars in the opposite direction and a wide verge on that side.
Provide a segregated cycle lane protected by a barrier.
Consider also the implications at the Drift Bridge crossroads of it being a two-way cycle lane in conjunction with making a 2-way cycle route all the way past Banstead Station and onto Banstead
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
147929Photo #147929The A2022, Fir Tree Road, is 30mph two-way traffic. It is generally unsafe for cars to overtake cyclists because of continuous traffic. This causes cars to tail back behind cyclists going uphill from the Drift Bridge crossroads towards the Banstead crossroads or heading for Banstead. There is not sufficient space for a cycle lane in the roadway.
Create a cycle way in the space to the north side of the A2022
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
147924Photo #147924The A217 is a dual carriageway where traffic is permitted to go at 60mph. During the day there is a continuous stream going in excess of 40mph, normally 50-60mph. There is a crossing here where people going to/from the station may wish cross to but don't because it is too dangerous to cross. There is only a shared use cycle path on the East side of the dual carriageway. Between the carriageways there is a high concrete barrier, this means that drivers of cars approaching from the Sutton direction cannot see people waiting to gross from the centre of the road.
Reduce the speed limit. Install a Pelican crossing
Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
147921Photo #147921The A217 is a dual carriageway where traffic is permitted to go at 60mph. During the day there is a continuous stream going in excess of 40mph, normally 50-60mph. There is a crossing hare where both cyclists and pedestrians cross, but most commonly golfers towing golf trolleys. There is only a shared use cycle path on the East side of the dual carriageway.
Reduce the speed limit. Install a Pelican crossing
Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
147920Photo #147920Unsafe for cyclists to cross, even going straight ahead. If they want to turn right on the A217 they have 2 lanes of traffic to cross. The A217 from Sutton direction is 60 mph and made worse because the 40mph sign is where the slip lane for cars to turn left starts.
Make crossing suitable for cyclists and pedestrians.
Temporary closure:
Problem
closure
147024Photo #147024Cycle priority start at the traffic lightsCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
147019Photo #147019Dedicated cycle lanes, on the highway, where the A23 is wide enough, in lieu of on street parking and the central lane separatorCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
143957Photo #143957Reinstate the extra room for bikes & shoppers that the MP got removed!Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
136993Photo #136993Narrow the traffic lanes or remove one of them and convert to cycle way as current footway is too narrow for peds and cyclistsCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
135495Photo #135495Allow cycling on the pavements round the roundabout (with ramped up and down kerbs) would allow cyclists round the roundabout without having to fight with the cars.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
135480Photo #135480Junction needs re designing to make it safe for cyclists going North. Cars don't understand why bikes move out from the kerb and carve them up.
Also in chronic need of re surfacing, old kerbs sticking through the road surface mean cyclists have to swerve around just when they need to be paying most attention to the traffic- see first paragraph!
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
134313Photo #134313There is no pavement and fast moving traffic going to/coming from the A23, making it dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists. A shared pedestrian/cycling pavement would connect with the existing one on the A23. There is room under the railway briidge as a 2nd arch is vacant for the sake of removing the earth clogging it up.Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
134267Photo #134267The A217 between Burgh Heath and the top of Reigate Hill is not a safe road to cycle on due to the volume of traffic.
Creating a cycleway similar to the one along the A24 between Dorking and Leatherhead would enable people travelling between the Tadworth area and Reigate to cycle and not have to rely on cars and buses. This would work well with the idea of closing Wray Lane to motor vehicles and making it into a 2-way cycle route
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
134121Photo #134121Cycle routes do not have right of way over T junctions, therefore many cyclists do not use them. Create zones to allow cyclists crossing the T junctions to have right of way priorityCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
134111Photo #134111Road surface is dangerous to cyclistsCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
133935Photo #133935It would be good if there was safe cyle path all along the A217 from the Banstead cross roads to at least the Tadworth roadabout for safer cycle journeys to the local schools and towards Sutton which isn't served well by public transport from the southCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
133831Photo #133831The cycle path along the A217 stops before the roundabout - continuing it along this road would enable safer cycling to the RHM hosiptal, ICR and new Academy school from the southCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
124351Photo #124351Add cycle path between Redhill and collegeCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
124349Photo #124349Add cycle path between Redhill and collegeCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
124348Photo #124348Narrow to one lane and widen pavementTrack:
Problem
track
124341Photo #124341Make this bit no entry and 1 lane towards roundabout to make wider pavementsTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
124340Photo #124340Stop cars parking in the cycle lane along the a25Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
124337Photo #124337Make it one way towards town with wider pavement at back entrance to schoolTemporary closure:
Problem
closure
118256Photo #118256The road is the only means of pedestrian and cyclist access to an area of outstanding natural beauty and fantastic cycling. However the road is very narrow and turning it into a cycle way would massively improve access for both pedestrians and cyclists. It would also enable access for cyclists to travel between north and south M25 more easily freeing up a valuable new route to enable improved cycle access for commuters to and from Reigate, Merstham and RedhillCycleway:
Problem
cycleways
116475Photo #116475Very narrow pavement, road used as a rat run, could be a school street with a bit of effort. Have seen the narrow pavement completely blocked by council council temporary signage on more than one occassion.Track:
Problem
track
116473Photo #116473Narrow pavements frequently obstructed by vehicles. A similar story across the town. Many streets are so hostile for able bodied pedestrians let alone someone with a pushchair, a wheelchair user, guide dog, walking stick...Track:
Problem
track
69973Photo #699736 Spaces, Banstead stationCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
69972Photo #6997210 Spaces, Epsom Downs stationCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
69971Photo #6997114 Spaces, Tattenham Corner stationCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
69970Photo #699706 Spaces, Tadworth stationCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
69969Photo #6996920 Spaces, Kingswood stationCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
69968Photo #6996810 Spaces, Chipstead stationCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
43586Photo #43586No infrastructure whatsoever along this 60mph dual carriageway which should be given back to the downs it ruins with awful vehicle noise.Dutch-style cycleway:
Problem
dutchcycleways
26934Photo #26934Covered cycle parking outside Redhill railway station.Cycle parking:
Misc
cycleparking
26933Photo #26933Covered cycle parking outside Redhill railway station.Cycle parking:
Misc
cycleparking
26932Photo #26932Cycle parking outside Redhill railway station.Cycle parking:
Misc
cycleparking
21232Photo #21232Just like Cambridge? - potholes on Nork Way, BansteadRoad environment:
Problem
road
21231Photo #21231Shared-use path by the Brighton Road, BansteadCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
21230Photo #21230Golfers' crossing, Brighton Road, BansteadCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
21229Photo #21229Route through golf club. Banstead.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
21228Photo #21228Shared-use path by the Brighton Road, BelmontCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways

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