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Make bridge wheelchair accessible. Convert unnecessarily long treads into a ramp.

Remove chicanes. Wheelchair users unable to access path between A3 and Coombe Hill Road

Widen narrow shared used pavement to 3m. Not enough space for bikes and pedestrians to pass.

Access for people on bikes scrapped for a proposed safer link between Burlington Rd and Cock's Crescent in New Malden. Concern from police about "cycle enabled crimes" and "conflicts between cyclists and pedestrians" ⛔ … [more]

Improve & widen towpath for dual use - needs resurfacing in places- for bikes and pedestrians

Pavement wider, overgrown hedge and pavement not very wide.

Pavements are narrow and are uneven. need to be improved for elderly and disabled. We have a new dementia home, housing association accommodation and existing housing association. I often see the mobility scooters in the road because of … [more]

This is a very busy intersection of footpaths linking bowling greens, millennium green, Alexandra park, tennis courts etc and needs widening

Make this a proper path with at least hardstanding. Most of the times it's a boggy mess and is a viable alternative to get to Claygate without having to use Woodstock Lane where you mix with cars at 60mph.

Pavement widening needed due to queues for shops especially outside butchers

Regular pavement parking means pavements are unnecessarily narrowed - enforcement needed

Regular queues of people with bikes outside Evans bikeshop requires pedestrians to step into the road to be able to get past let alone social distance

No pedestrian lights or phasing at this arm of a busy crossing. Busy pavement OUTSIDE A SCHOOL.

Reduce flair of junction into Bonner Hill Road to make it easier to cross

Overhanging hedge takes up half the pavement (literally) on a blind corner for pedestrians

The road/footways are ~14m wide of which ~12m is given to cars. Marked bays which are solely on the footway should be removed to make way for social distancing and allow wheelchairs/push chairs to pass.

Pavement was made narrower, if a buggy comes towards you you have to step into the road to pass without even considering 2m rules or 1m rule if in place...

Cars are allowed to park over the pavement making it an in hospitable environment for pedestrians and dangerous for cyclists as vehciles exit their parking space without checking properly/having a good view of the road due to parked … [more]

Pavements very narrow for pedestrians widen/remove parking

Pavements very narrow along Richmond Road

New junction with continuous pavement and cycle path along Dukes Ave - see recent Waltham Forest example on Lea Bridge Road at Essex Road.

The traffic lights have no pedestrian crossing so pedestrians wanting to get to the hospital have to guess when it's safe for them to cross. There is a small island but then you have to cross between cars queuing for the lights and there … [more]

Better lighting of the tunnel under the railway. Currently it's very scary when it's dark.

A really difficult five way junction for pedestrians and cyclists; a regular route for St Matthews Primary children. Could do with traffic lights similar to the Ewell Rd junction.

East side of Villiers Ave between Athelstan Rd and Lower Marsh Lane too narrow and bins often left out making it worse. Remove parked cars and create better walking space and safer cycling space.

Pavement not widen enough and traffic too fast to react if you need to step into the road to step out further away.

Footpath here is narrow and blind (you can't see if anyone is coming the other way until you're part way along it). The left lane of the road could be closed (and would help the bus station just around the corner).

Queueing to get into Sainsbury's, along with a bus stop that blocks half the footpath makes getting past here difficult, the path needs to be widened, the bus stop needs to be removed and the supermarket trolleys need to go somewhere else.

Church road and old Malden lane ( they join at the kingston/ Epsom boundary) is an absolute nighymare. Cyclists and cats competing on difficult bends on a very tight toaf and it’s often used as a fast cut through when the A3 is closed. … [more]

Old Malden lane should be made one way Then one lane could be split for cyclists and pavement. I drive up old Malden lane every day to work and the bends are lethal when you have to negotiate cyclists and traffic coming the other way

A really difficult five way junction for pedestrians and cyclists; a regular route for St Matthews Primary children. Could do with traffic lights similar to the Ewell Rd junction.

Cars overhanging driveway and obstructing footpath

The pavement is very narrow here, impeded by street furniture.

Reduce flare of junction to control speeds into winery lane and make it easier for pedestrians to cross

Remove grass verges and widen pavements

Enforce the pedestrian zone — stop cyclists weaving between queuing shoppers.

Need footpaths so wheel chairs and mobility scooters can use it properly

Pavement too narrow to pass on. Two different schools next to each other.

Pavement is too narrow, especially in front of nursery

Lots of pedestrian traffic along this road and very narrow pavements. Suggest Queens Road from the Albert pub to Kingston Gate is made one way with the other half given over to cycle and walking paths. Could also close Alexandra, Tudor and … [more]

Cone off side of the slip road for wider access for walkers. Both sides are being used to access the green spaces of the Hogsmill nature reserve and so pavements are very congested.

High volume of pedestrians and narrow pavement. Will get even worse when the schools go back next week. Pollution levels also very high

No safe crossing point for kids at Christ Church school's Berrylands entrance.

The pavement is particularly narrow because of a large tree on the grass verge. Quite a lot of people walk up and down Kenley Road as it is a route to Kingston Hospital and two schools. It would be possible to remove two roadside parking … [more]

Traffic speed and footpath width, particularly around zebra crossing - add a chicane

Traffic speed and footpath width, particularly around zebra crossing - add a chicane

It would be really good to have a cycle and footpath through the cemetary linking up Villiers Road with Bonner Hill Road.

Social distancing very difficult outside Sainsbury’s with bus stop and queuing shoppers. Motorbike and car parking should be removed from north side of road and loading bay relocated to side street to allow south side pavement to be widened … [more]

Pavement too narrow for social distancing due to St George building site infringement.

Pavement too narrow with bus stop by residential housing. Danger to pedestrians and no social distancing possible. Danger for residents and pedestrians waiting for bus

Danger to pedestrians. Pavement very narrow with busy bus stop and speeding vehicles. Also not easy for access in and out of houses, particularly with social distancing

Remove Council-sanctioned footway parking in Kings Road. Remove parking from one side of the road altogether to allow pedestrians to walk unimpeded.

Widen the footpath to allow two people to pass with having to go into the cycle path.

Widen the footpath to allow people to pass with out having to go into the cycle path.

Wider pavement

Too much vehicle priority. Needs roundabout removed, railings taken down and pavements widened. Buss and cyclists only on Victoria Road too.

Lovely footpath by the river but it's too narrow alongside the sportsfield and race track. Should be made widened & join with Long Meadow

Very narrow path, busy main road making difficult to social distance

Pavements very narrow, very busy road so can't pass easily

Trees and fence are too far out into the pavement making for a narrow blind corner that can force pedestrians into the road.

Pavement on the East side is too narrow due to trees and parking spaces. Pavement is used a lot by people with buggies and pushchairs.

Urgent removal of BT phonebox to aid social distancing

So many people pushing prams and buggies the only way to pass is to enter the cycle lane and almost get taken out by a cyclist. Widen footpath near entrances to river path.

Pavement too narrow to allow for pedestrians to social distancing- could this road be made access only and semi pedestrianised during COVID

Shorten pedestrian wait at staggered crossing - it takes absolutely ages.

Pavement widening needed from Bus station to junction with London Rd. Crowded at station. Tiffin & KGS kids walking rest of road

Pavement widening needed due to queuing at bus stops.

Shorten pedestrian wait at traffic lights. Takes ages to cross

Shorten traffic lights wait. Takes ages to cross

Pavement too narrow for crowds walking to Richmond Park. Ban roadside parking one side.

Remove roadside parking as pavement is too narrow to socially distance and have to walk on the road

There's no pedestrian time in the traffic lights cycle to allow crossing a busy junction

Badly planned exit to Sainsbury’s car park

Pavement too narrow to allow safe passing. Main walking route to Surbiton station

Pavement too narrow. No safe walking route from Berrylands to Surbiton north of Fishponds

Ban parking for 50m stretch west from entrance to popular Hogsmill walk to subway

Make Victoria Road south side pavement wider by removing adjacent onstreet parking

Remove litter bin at bus stop which restricts already narrow footpath. Particularly important when schools return.

The pavements are too narrow to allow safe passing. They are single file and barrier enclosed. This is a busy pedestrian route linking Berrylands to Surbiton/Kingston. There is no safe walking route to Surbiton/Kingston from any part of … [more]

Hideous steps and stepped ramps. Masterpieces of inaccessibility :-/ To really rub it in that no cycling sign is lit - but not the rest of the bridge!

Possible alternative route to Berrylands station

The Tolworth Greenway newly completed in November 2013. The green stripey bit in the middle of the carriageways can be cycled on. It is shared with pedestrians who are mostly crossing from one side to the other.

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