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South Eastern should allow tandems off peak on the London to Kent Javellin trains so disabled people are not discrimintated against when they ride with their partners. Bad for tourism!

Connect to/from NCN1 via East Terrace and ped path to south of Gordon Gdns.

Please restore the vandalised planters. They're sure to improve pick up/drop off at Chantry Academy. They were in place for less than 24 hours, that's no time to measure their effect or to let the community adapt to them and see if they ... [more]

Parked cars on the pavement making it difficult to get down the pavement and now with trying to keep 2 metres from people walking in the opposite direction even worse - pavement parking should be banned

Cycle path connections in this area are completely mad and unsigned, then drop cyclists on Halfpence Lane which is treated like a motorway but ratrun traffic using Meopham and Cobham to reach A2/A20 and motorways. Please add separate cyclew ... [more]

No access for bikes to eastbound platform

Suggest these lanes made traffic free for walking and cycling. They are only safe route east-west in this locality and in winter/short days are awful if sharing with traffic.

No continuous path or crossings for walking or cycling for whole run of a227 in meopham, and ideally needs addressing from Gravesend station to Vigo.

No/not continuous path; no cycle lane; no cycle parking -for the whole run of A227 in meopham for walking and cyling including crossings wherever a (newly) continuous path swaps side of the road. Ideally from Gravesend station to Vigo.

Undergrowth is encroaching on path/cycleroute. 2 bikes can't pass without one going in the nettles

Remove guard rail, pedestrians are hemmed in. Remove west bound left turn lane for Ordnance Road to create more space for distancing, preferably all the way to Harmer St.

School run chaos on existing signed cycle routew to town centre. School street closure

School run chaos on existing signed cycle routew to town centre. School street closure

Narrow shared use foot/cycleway. Allow cycle access to Fastrack bus lane.

Narrow shared use foot/cycleway. Allow cycle access to Fastrack bus lanes.

Dedicated cycletrack between Abbey Road (possibly Bellman Ave) and St Johns School will be used by pedestrians to maintain distancing at school in/out times. It was before Covid19 as people walking choose to be as far as possible from the r ... [more]

Pedestrian crossing priority needs to change. 'Beg button' wait times are long, pavement on north side is narrow. Children will be unable to cross safely in a timely manner whilst distancing.

Church Walk needs a school street closure. Pick up and drop off cannot continue to occur in the school car park, access is too narrow for distancing on pavements.

Shears Green school needs school street closures to enable pupils to arrive and leave safely with physical distancing. The recently created cycle route between Cyclopark and the railway station was routed away from Shears Green school as ... [more]

Existing traffic signals give too much time to motor vehicles. Either pedestrians have to form large queues or take risks to cross the road. Reallocate traffic light time to pedestrians

Cut this road in the middle to stop it being used as a rat run

Cut this road in the middle to stop it being used as a rat run

Cut this road in the middle to stop it being used as a rat run

Cut this road in the middle to stop it being used as a rat run

Pavements are far too narrow to approach Imperial Retail Park safely from town on foot. Can easily take 2-3 feet from each car lane

Road is too narrow for cars and feeds into a congested area. Send cars round the A226 instead

Need to ban cars from parking on the pavements, which are already too narrow for safe distancing

Utterly ridiculous 'anti-motorcycle' barrier that prevents access to any but the most able bodied pedestrian or cyclist. Needs immediate removal of the 'gate' section as a minimum.

Don't allow the return of the plague of A boards in High St, King St, New Road, Windmill St. They don't comply with KCC highways standards, they restrict the space available for distancing.

Excessive pedestrian guardrail and lengthy crossing waits. People are corralled together and packed in tight. Remove guardrail, significantly reduce wait time at 'beg buttons'.

Narrow footway over rail bridge. Connection between town and schools which sees heavy pedestrian footfall at peak times. Ban motor vehicles at peak except buses.

Hours of existing gated closure for Gravesend town centre need extension, 8am-6pm minimum. Area sees significant parking abuse and through traffic when the gates are open, restricting space for people to keep distance. Considerate cycling c ... [more]

School. Narrow pavement sandwiched between overgrown hedges and road (solid with parked cars at school run time). Impossible to maintain 2m distance in two-way use.

This narrow unmarked lane may be a cycle lane, on the approach to a pinch-point road narrowing at the pedestrian crossing.

This narrow and cluttered footway has not really been "converted" to shared-use, merely signed as shared-use. Cyclists are to cross over at this point to the footway on the other side of the road which is marginally less unsuitable for cycl ... [more]

A car parked across the dropped kerb leading to the ramp up to Crooked Lane. For no obvious reason, this is only a single yellow line restriction, not double.

The unmarked gap between the traffic islands must be for cyclists turning right along NCN1, against the signs at this junction, but marked by Sustrans volunteer stickers (see also #61837).

A gate across the roadway, and no dropped kerb to help cyclists get around gate via the footway.

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