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153721Photo #153721A mini roundabout and pedestrian refuge is needed at the top of Dunston Bank, to assist pedestrians and cyclists going along Whickham Highway B6317. The pedestrian refuge at the top of Dunston Bank would work with the mini roundabout to allow pedestrians to cross Dunston Bank more safely, and in two stages rather than one. The refuge would reduce the number of dangers that pedestrians currently have to simultaneously cope with. Currently vehicle drivers are so concentrated in turning right at the top of the very steep Dunston Bank that they exercise poor clutch control and handbrake use and often roll backwards. They also pull out hurriedly due to the infrequency of occasions when there apparently isn’t traffic coming from both directions on Whickham Highway, and treat westbound cyclist as invisible. A mini roundabout would change priorities and reduce the risk of a collision with a cyclist. It would also slow down westbound traffic on Whickham Highway, so that cyclists will not be so intimidated to the west of the junction. The B6317 curves slightly to the left towards Whickham, with vegetation also blocking the view for drivers, so anything the slows traffic down will be very helpful, as it will reduce the chances of a cyclist being hit along that stretch, too.Track:
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153694Photo #153694The west end of the Beggarswood Bridle Way is very circuitous, narrow and steep. A better cycle entrance to it from Consett Road could be achieved down the left side of former Ravensdene Hotel. There is a small valley down which the cycle path could go, to join up with the existing route, just south of the bend in Alwinton Gardens. The new routing would enable a more continuous pedestrian and cyclist linkage between Watergate Park and Beggarswood.Cycleway:
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153692Photo #153692An intercity rail station, perhaps called Gateshead Angel, should be built on the underused Tyne Yard. It could be one of the best cycle connected long-distance rail stations in the country, if some cycle lane improvements in this largely flat area can be put in place (also the Bowes Railway cycle route passes Kibblesworth just to the south of the rail freight yard). Cycle hire could available for incoming visitors, who might be visiting e.g. the Team Valley Trading Estate. Also, there should be more secure cycle storage, for people who are taking the train to go away for a few days (one of the best examples of secure cycle storage is at Leicester railway station – it’s actually indoors). Ultimately, HS2 trains could also stop here. There might also be local trains for ‘cycle park and ride’ users. Obviously there would also be a bus station and car parking facilities, given the proximity to local bus routes and to the A1. If people aren’t driving on roads towards Newcastle either to work or to catch the train at Central Station towards London etc., then there is more capacity on the roads for cyclist commuters.Cycleway:
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153658Photo #153658Prevent water from falling onto the pavement (puddles and dirty water pouring from the bridge make avoiding pedestrians difficult)Track:
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153657Photo #153657Build a pedestrian/cycling subway to cross the A167 like on Newcastle side or bridge (avoid interrupting traffic and makes pedestrian/cycling crossing faster)Track:
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153655Photo #153655Repair the uneven pavement (as the flat parts do not leave enough space to avoid the pedestrians).Track:
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153588Photo #153588The informal grassy path connecting the north side of Aldi (MetroCentre) to the path and cycle route near the River Derwent needs formalising and properly paving. A dropped kerb is also required. It's doubtful that Aldi would object as it means they will get more business from people on foot or on bike.Cycleway:
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153587Photo #153587Despite the horrendous (especially for cyclists and pedestrians) roundabout junction (A694/B6317) near here, the opportunity to exploit the cycle path passing under Hexham Road has not been taken. Steps (and possibly non-stepped paths) could be put in place on both sides of Hexham Road. It is even possible that the existing wide arch could accommodate a lane traffic for south-west bound traffic on the A694 (i.e. an underpass), as well as the existing cycle and pedestrian route. That would make remodelling of the roundabout junction easier, such that pedestrian crossings could more easily be accommodated. This is one of those situations where an expanded highway facility for motor vehicles would improve the provision to cyclists, pedestrian and horse riders. Some have even suggested two-way traffic under the arch, with the cycle path moved a few metres nearer the River Derwent (using the next under-bridge along) but that would create junction design challenges at two nearby points on the A694, whereas the south-west-bound only underpass would only need simpler merge and de-merge designs.Track:
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153586Photo #153586The original Watergate Pit miners’ path across Washingwell Woods is in a terrible state, particularly the steps up the north side of the valley, despite absorption of the area into Watergate Park. It is a paved path that used to be lit but is now in a dangerous condition. Pedestrians are forced to pass very close to each other while they try to step on the remaining hard steps and surfaces. Either new stone, brick or concrete construction is required, or all the existing hardcore could be taken out to remove the trip hazards, and wooden steps (with cinders or grit in-fill) put in place. The terms “miners’ path” could be used to promote the completed facility, which provides an excellent walking link between southern Whickham and Lobley Hill. How wonderful it would be if the path was lit, like a hundred years ago.Track:
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153405Photo #153405There are some ludicrously long gaps between bus stops in this area around the north (west) end of Kingsway, especially now that Go Northeast have services on the number 6 that have a circular terminus on Sunniside Front Street. Perhaps a pair of bus stops near the south end of Burnthouse Lane, and one for the clockwise services eastbound on Hole Lane, are needed. The Kingsway - Gladeley Way northbound bus stop gets very busy, and social distancing is just not possible at times in the mornings, because it is serving too large a catchment area.Track:
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153402Photo #153402Introduce waist-level or high level street lighting on the path and cycle route, from Teams all the way up to Sunniside. In Sweden it is common for suburban and even rural tracks and paths like the Tanfield Railway Path to be streetlit. There are examples in the UK too, such as the Great Central Way (also former railway) in Leicester. Obviously it would best if the path was also properly surfaced, especially this Whickham Highway to Teams section.Cycleway:
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153401Photo #153401Near the east end of Whickham Highway, and not far from the entrance of the carpark for Watergate Park, there is a missing bus stop. The next bus stops are quite far away in all three directions, bearing in mind some buses coming from the west go down Malvern Gardens and don't stop until they get to the Scafell Gardens junction. All the nearest or 'next' bus stops (including Lobley Hill (Top) and Whickham Highway (Top of Knightside Gardens) get quite busy, causing people to stand close to each other, which will defeat social distancing (as does dis-boarding in larger numbers). There is a considerable unserved market stretching quite a long way down Woodburn Gardens and down the Tanfield Railway path. Where this crosses Whickham Highway might be a good place to put the east or westbound missing bus-stops.Track:
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153373Photo #153373Install a westbound cycle lane (and possibly eastbound too) and a proper footpath (pavement). Cars of commuters, possibly of those attending or working at Gateshead College, are often parked haphazardly. They are often on the verges, on the south side of Saltmeadow Road and Hawks Road, including on what there is of a pavement, with the curve in the road providing additional visibility danger. Introduce a parking limit (e.g. no parking Mon-Fri 0800 - 1800) or charges. Chicanes may be required because at the moment trucks for the business units on the north side don't usually park on the south side, but may start to do so, if the cars have been removed.Cycleway:
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153364Photo #153364There is an opportunity here to use the wide footpath (and path under the old railway bridge) to create a short cycleway between the lane leading to the Derwent Walk, and the foot of Whickham Bank. It would save eastbound cyclists having to cross Hexham Road twice.Cycleway:
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153363Photo #153363The Swalwell end of the Derwent Walk seems to be set up to cause cyclists to fall. You are required to negotiate quite a deep step. There's more obstructions outside the nearby Swalwell visitor centre which have to be carefully negotiated and prevent social distancing! There's also at least one missing dropped kerb where the lane comes out on the main Hexham Road.Cycleway:
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153362Photo #153362There needs to be proper steps and a cycle ramp down from Parkway onto the recently resurfaced Woodhouses Lane bridle path, a few metres west of the west end of Parkdale Rise.Track:
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153353Photo #153353Travelling from Lingey Lane to Monkton the path has become waterlogged with the amount of rain we have had, soddened making for an onward journey an uncomfortable ride. Passing walkers, runners etc is becoming a trauma as we all try to avoid the puddles. It has also come to our attention the lack of children using the path which had been busy with them up until recently.Cycleway:
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152978Photo #152978Like a lot of places around the borough, this road is very steep, and it's north facing, so gets iced up quickly. It is just not usable in frosty and snowy conditions. Worse, at least in some places there is a grassy area to the side that can be used to avoid icy hard surfaces. Ridged pavements and/or steps are needed in these locations. The builders of the canals did this on their hump back bridges 250 years ago, why not here and now?Track:
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152977Photo #152977All over Gateshead steep hills deter people from cycling. It would help with cycling's image and take-up if there were signs on key hilly cycling routes saying it's OK to push your bike up the hill!Cycleway:
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152976Photo #152976On hills all over Gateshead, not just West Street, consideration ought to be given to having covered outdoor escalators, like the ones in Hong Kong (“Central-Mid-Levels escalator and walkway system”). After all, they exist inside shopping centres, giving them an unfair advantage. Many people in Gateshead are discouraged from active travel because of the hills, and escalators would help where the disincentive to walk and cycle is at a maximum. They might at least feel more inclined to walk or cycle the other 90% plus of their local travel routes. NB Cycles would be allowed on the pedestrian escalators (unmounted!). Nearer the Tyne, they might be a tourist attraction. Something like Trondheim's Trampe bicycle lift might also be considered in various steeper Gateshead hills.Track:
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152973Photo #152973There is a rough path through the trees caused by people walking and pushing their bikes from the north-south path WH/3/1 behind Pets At Home, eastwards towards the car park access road that leads to the roundabout at the junction of Pinetree Way and Gibside Way. It would help to have a properly surfaced path and cycle way. (Note WH/3/1 runs north from the bend in Longrigg Road, and is to the west of Ikea. gis.gateshead.gov.uk/).Cycleway:
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152972Photo #152972Although the lack of a solution to the muddy and potholed middle of Quality Row Road is allegedly caused by uncertainty over the ownership of that short stretch, it may be possible to build a footpath and cycle path on the grassy area to the west side. This is a key pedestrian and cycle through-route between old Swalwell village and the Clavering Road area, and could be even more so, especially in winter.Track:
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152971Photo #152971There is a wide grass verge along Whickham Highway all the way from the top of Dunston Bank to the top of Knightside Gardens and even part of the way further to Lobley Hill. It would suit having a set-back cycle path.Cycleway:
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152968Photo #152968Reopen or install lifts in the Tyne Bridge towers at the Gateshead end (and Newcastle end), to both pedestrians and cyclists. They might also be a tourist attraction.Cycleway:
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152967Photo #152967The roundabout in the middle of Kingsway is a menace to all road users including trucks and cars. It reduces visibility and prevents decent cycle lanes or paths being put in place. There are no safe and decent facilities for pedestrians to cross, despite there being cafes etc. nearby. It needs reducing in size or more probably replacing with traffic lights (which would also have pedestrian and cyclist-specific controls and phases).Cycleway:
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152966Photo #152966The short but narrow and steep foot path, which is also used by cyclists, from the east end of Morris Rd NE16 down to the Coalway Lane path is inappropriately aligned. Note that the map, showing a right angled connection of paths, is wrong. You have to go uphill only to go downhill very steeply and dangerously (plus the kerb at the far end of Morris Road is not dropped for cyclists. The path could be realigned so that it is level, it's a question of connecting to the Coalway Lane path at the same level as Morris Road, and having some room for people to do the sharp turn if going west ot north or v.v. Separately, have some steps for pedestrians which would effectively cut off the corner for those coming from Morris Road and want to head north, i.e. downhill. Too many people attempt to slide down the grass and an accident and injury is inevitable. Obviously leave the path in front of the last two houses on Morris Rd.Cycleway:
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152286Photo #152286Not fit for pedestrian use never mind cycle path. Remove parking so can widen the path.Track:
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152285Photo #152285It's not clear to pedestrians that it is a cycle route up and down West Street, introduce marked and coloured lanes since this is the main cycle route through the town centre.Cycleway:
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152020Photo #152020Link Burnhopefield, Byermoor to the Tanfield Railway cycle path this land is old spoil and mine heaps, not used. It would be a good reuse.Cycleway:
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152019Photo #152019Link this route to Marley Hill and then via St Cuthberts Road to Burnhopefield to give an alternative to the A692Cycleway:
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152018Photo #152018This road could be joined to the Tanfield railway cycle route near Marley Hill using an existing right of way.
Then continue the route to Byermoor and to Burnhopefield through the existing rights of way.
Put up good signage and it can be a useful alternative to the A692 which is very busy and fast and dangerous to cyclists.
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152013Photo #152013Path not accessible anymore due to overgrowth.
This route of way provides an alternative to the road between Marley Hill and Sunniside
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152012Photo #152012Path had been obstructed by landowner.
It would be a good route for a cycle path to marley Hill from Sunniside.
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151767Photo #151767Footpath/cycleway very narrow hereCycleway:
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151765Photo #151765Road signs obstruct the cycleway hereCycleway:
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151764Photo #151764Drop kerb required to access cycle route from roadTrack:
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151763Photo #151763Road surface on Low Heworth Lane in a shocking stateCycleway:
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151724Photo #151724Stop cars parking here. Double yellow lines needed due to excessive cars accident waiting to happen from football carsTemporary closure:
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151722Photo #151722No path and cars drive too fast. Spare overgrown ground just needs trimming backTrack:
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151613Photo #151613No path between Winlaton and High Spen via Barlow. Lots of people walk and run this route. Unfortunately also very dangerous due to speeding trafficTrack:
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151486Photo #151486Cut the hedge back properly so you can fit past the bus stop!Track:
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151484Photo #151484It is very boggy when it rains it needs more Of a pathway, cleaned up some trees moved also something for the kids would be great ideally with a large fence so it can be locked on a nighttime and to keep dogs offTrack:
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151483Photo #151483Need a pavement so we can walk safely.Track:
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151482Photo #151482Need a path so we can walk safely .Track:
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151481Photo #151481No pathsTrack:
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151479Photo #151479Only current entrance to school, impossible to socially distance due to narrow paths and/or people parking on path to avoid single/double/zigzag yellow lines.Make Road one way from top of West Lane towards Winlaton village therefore space to widen road. Can remain two way at bottom for residential access.Temporary closure:
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151476Photo #151476There is no pavement along the road towards new houses. This is an increasingly used pathway with space along the verge for a path, but no current pathway.Track:
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151370Photo #151370On Old Durham Road too many areas with parked cars, it’s a very busy road with buses and lorries, just not a safe place to cycle, needs improving.Cycleway:
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151096Photo #151096No cycleway all the way from the railway bridges, past the BP garage and over the main gate roundaboutCycleway:
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150924Photo #150924NCN route - rather narrow, and sometimes unlitCycleway:
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150923Photo #150923NCN route - rather narrow, and sometimes unlitCycleway:
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150922Photo #150922NCN route - rather narrow, and sometimes unlitCycleway:
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150921Photo #150921NCN route - rather narrow, and sometimes unlitCycleway:
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150920Photo #150920NCN route - rather narrow, and sometimes unlitCycleway:
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150919Photo #150919NCN very narrow bridge sectionCycleway:
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150918Photo #150918NCN very narrow bridge sectionCycleway:
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150917Photo #150917Steps on the NCN - but there is a step-free access just to the leftCycleway:
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150916Photo #150916Path alongside the Tyne - needs a better surfaceCycleway:
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150915Photo #150915Path alongside the Tyne - needs a better surfaceCycleway:
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150914Photo #150914Path alongside the TyneCycleway:
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150764Photo #150764Bike shop in one of the containers under the Tyne BridgeBike shop:
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150665Photo #150665Path from Coniston Ave to Washingwell Lane is only about 2 feet wide because of overgrown vegatation. I will now be walking my grandsons to St Marys School along this path to Dockendale Rd to access school, in accordance with guidelines from school. This part of the path is hazardous due to heavy traffic.Track:
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150663Photo #150663Shared-use link to Sustrans route 141Cycleway:
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150634Photo #150634Peth Lane is frequently used by pedestrians as well as cyclists. Path needs to be cleared and lighting repaired.Track:
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150497Photo #150497The problem is Gateshead Council's hasty ill thought out decision to make a major commuting road into a cycle only lane (Askew Road). This has caused a great deal of stress for the residents of Ochre Yards who find it difficult to leave and enter their estate. Gateshead Council should reverse all works done that started since late July 2020.Temporary closure:
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150461Photo #150461Hedges grow over paths making it single file and dangerous when lorries and buses go byTrack:
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150449Photo #150449Hedges grow over paths making it single file and dangerous when lorries and buses go byTrack:
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150440Photo #150440Hedges grow over paths making it single file and dangerous when lorries and buses go byTrack:
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150411Photo #150411Whickham Highway from Dunston Bank to Whickham is very dangerous for cyclists, the road is narrow and trees and bushes don’t help visibility. Cars including police cars fly past at great speed 😳 we desperately need a cycle path from Dunston Bank to the lights at bottom of Broom Lane.Cycleway:
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150356Photo #150356This is the easiest route to cycle down to the Tyne Bridge - improve the cycle route hereCycleway:
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150349Photo #150349Finish the bus route here to service the Southern Town Centre - the shops and businesses here want bus service and public transportTemporary closure:
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150297Photo #150297Busy area for offices at Team Valley but no cycle lanes. This should be one of the first areas to change to add cycleways and widen pavementsCycleway:
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150236Photo #150236Build Dutch Style Roundabout to allow safer use by cyclists and pedestrians. -This roundabout puts cyclists off cycling since it is dangerous with fast moving traffic and nonexistent segregated cycle lanes. It is an important link to the rest of Tyneside which currently can't be safely used by cyclists to get to work/shop.Cycleway:
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150235Photo #150235This roundabout is very scary and dangerous for cycling. Cyclists are encouraged by the confusing signs to use the paths and crossings to go around the roundabout. - This is simply discouraging for cycling to work/shops as it makes the cyclists route indirect and takes additional time to navigate. It favours motor vehicles and makes cycling less attractive to children, adults, and the disabled.

Please build a Dutch style roundabout as seen in Cambridge to make the roundabout safer and more accessible for everyone, not just for motor vehicles.
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150234Photo #150234This road is dangerous and difficult to use for cycling to work/shops. Traffic is too fast and there is no protective lane for cycling. The A167 bypass is a main link to the rest of Gateshead, such as the Aldi and other shops. This road is purely design for motor vehicles which discourages cycling since cyclists have to detour through the high street and several crossings just to get to the same destination. Any children can't cycle safely on this road either. It is upsetting to see this concrete structure favour large polluting vehicles, and have little safety or protection for cycling or indeed walking. Maybe the reason some local people drive on this road is because they don't feel safe cycling on this road to get to work. No need to close the entire road, but it should be shared for all road users.Cycleway:
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150172Photo #150172Unable to cycle pass when it rains. Need to improve the general condition of this section.Cycleway:
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150169Photo #150169Need a smoother road surface. Need a wider pavement, too.Cycleway:
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150139Photo #1501391.The path is simply not wide enough in places to accommodate the growing number of pedestrians, joggers and Lycra-clad cyclists. It’s only a matter of time before an accident happens.
2. With Askew Road now being turned into a bus lane and for access to Ochre Yards why can’t Pipewell Gate now be used to facilitate local traffic travelling west to east.
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150121Photo #150121Lots of cars parking on the pavement outside this car dealership. Very difficult to navigate through sometimes.Track:
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150120Photo #150120Need a traffic island to stop a car to cut in.Temporary closure:
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150118Photo #150118Stop through traffic for Car to improve safety of walker and cyclist and also to stop fly-tipping.Temporary closure:
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150117Photo #150117Stop through traffic for Car to improve safety of walker and cyclist and also to stop fly-tipping.Temporary closure:
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150115Photo #150115Very coarse road surface with many pot holes and gaps. Need a smoother surface. Stop 2 way traffic and replace it with ONE shared muti way traffice with larger cycle lane both side.Cycleway:
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149955Photo #149955The current cycle ways (on both sides of the road) have just taken space from the existing road. This means that the road (as marked on both sides) is now too narrow for a car. This leads to very close passes when a car overtakes a cyclist (a particular problem southbound going uphill) when they don’t realise that they have to straddle the centre line to safely pass, and even closer passes if a car is coming the opposite direction. Please either get rid of the cycle lanes, or get rid of the middle line, so that car drivers aren’t lulled into a false sense of security.Cycleway:
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149892Photo #149892Wayfinding in this area is really tricky. There are some pleasent off-road routes, but its hard to link them up to get from Pelaw to Monkton. And there are some misleading dead-ends.Cycleway:
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149839Photo #149839Shared cycle/pedestrian footpaths unsafe for crossing. Consider one-way system. Or allow cyclists to use the road here. This would a good place for a cycle superhighway given its importance between G'head and N'cstleCycleway:
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149835Photo #149835Cycle lane regularly blocked by cars parking here. Council needs to improve enforcement.Cycleway:
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149834Photo #149834Junction doesn't work. Takes 120secs for the lights to change to green. In the meantime, pedestrians just run across the road.Temporary closure:
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149833Photo #149833Pavements blocked by residents parking on the pavementTrack:
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149832Photo #149832Pavements blocked by residents parking on the pavementTrack:
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149831Photo #149831Pavements blocked by residents parking on the pavementTrack:
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149830Photo #149830Heavily trafficed road outside primary school is unsafe. Need to reduce or remove traffic here.Temporary closure:
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149829Photo #149829Heavily trafficed road outside primary school is unsafe. Need to reduce or remove traffic here.Temporary closure:
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149828Photo #149828No space for cycling for access to the park for familiesCycleway:
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149522Photo #149522A few bumps on route from tree routes. There is also the problem that the cyclepath is narrow in places due to the lack of grass cutting / weed trimming.Cycleway:
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148977Photo #148977Finish the cycle lane here, so cyclists can cross the motorway / flyoverCycleway:
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148476Photo #148476Gateshead council are planning to take half of our footpath away,
Suggest; you get rid of our planners instead, they will not listen to anyone
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147945Photo #147945The current cycle ways (on both sides of the road) have just taken space from the existing road. This means that the road (as marked on both sides) is now too narrow for a car. This leads to very close passes when a car overtakes a cyclist (a particular problem southbound going uphill) when they don’t realise that they have to straddle the centre line to safely pass, and even closer passes if a car is coming the opposite direction. Please either get rid of the cycle lanes, or get rid of the middle line, so that car drivers aren’t lulled into a false sense of security.Cycleway:
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147904Photo #147904Taking away the parking areas along by the main shopping area in Low Fell restricts those who are unable to walk from the Car Parks due to reduced mobility. This will affect the local business in an area where the pavement are never overcrowded. Cycle lanes could be introduce behind the Main Street which would help to give safety to both cyclist and those with mobility problems.Track:
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147903Photo #147903Taking away the parking areas along by the main shopping area in Low Fell restricts those who are unable to walk from the Car Parks due to reduced mobility. This will affect the local business in an area where the pavement are never overcrowded. Cycle lanes could be introduce behind the Main Street which would help to give safety to both cyclist and those with mobility problems.Track:
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