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Photo listing: tracks

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The footpath is ridiculously narrow on such a busy road.

No pavement here and very narrow pavement on the other side of the road. Dangerous to cross the road here coming from Queens Lane

Path behind hop kiln to Talbot Road could be better marked to avoid pedestrians trying to talk aim area on Weydon Lane with no pavement

Path poorly maintained particularly where is separates from the road. Unusable with buggy

This is a very dangerous crossing as there is not enough visibility to see cars coming from Farnham who often are above the speed limit. Suggest the crossing move to the other side of Monkton Lane junction or have road signal alternating … [more]

Pavement overgrown making it difficult to walk just 2 abreast. If maintained it should be fine

The pavement needs to be wider - at the moment it is overgrown with nettles and brambles. However, if widened it could incorporate a cycle strip. This pavement serves 3 schools - All Hallows, Heathend and William Cobbett. Removing the grass … [more]

Heath Lane has no pavements and is used by schoolchildren from Upper Hale, but also by vehicles avoiding Upper Hale Road. This road needs at least one pavement to be safe.

This section has very narrow pavements on both sides, and is used every day by schoolchildren, some walking in from Aldershot. Please provide a wider, safer pavement before trying to introduce a cycle path, even a shared use one.

Pavement too narrow for buggies/wheelchairs. Widen pavement

Crossing point from footpath on Upper Hale Road to footpath on Lawday Link is very close to junction. Traffic turning from westbound on UHR have no line of sight. Extend pavement down Lawday Link so pedestrians can cross further from the … [more]

Narrow pavement with slope into road dangerous for wheeling. Widen pavement and improve camber.

Traffic too fast and pavements very narrow in most of Upper Hale Road. Traffic calming or 20mph speed limit needed.

Alternative position for needed pedestrian crossing to tie in with existing pathway link across the road

This footpath is used every day morning and evening by school children yet it does not appear on all the maps as a public right of way, and is not regularly maintained. It has a no cycling sign at both ends but is regularly used by mounted … [more]

Pavement too narrow to be safely used by wheelchair and mobility scooter users. Junction with Lea Close surrounded by cars makes it impossible to cross. Pavement improvements and clear road markings to prevent the junction being blocked … [more]

Pavement needed in both locations If the road is too narrow then a pedestrian crossing would be helpful

Very narrow section of footway on tight bend at the junction with Beam Hollow with the section up to Bricksbury Hill. Could be widened if possible

Please can you make this walking route continuous, there is a gap in this area and a need for an informal crossing point as a minimum across Hurtlands Close to create a safe walking route from Badshot Lea to the businesses on the trading … [more]

Please can options to create a continuous walking route on the south side of Badshot Lea Road be considered - working with the Garden Centre I am sure this would be possible and would increase active travel potential

There is no pavement in this area and it is double yellow lines, however the school bus drops off at this location. Please consider options to create a pavement to create a safe walking route from the bus stop to the schools and businesses … [more]

Vehicles are now permanently parked on the pavements in this area, this is a key walking route from Aldershot to the schools on Weybourne Road. Please consider parking restrictions and / or wider pavements

Having a refuge on this junction that can be used by those with pushchairs would significantly increase the safety of this key walking route down to the Town Centre along Folly Hill

Need a crossing point here and a narrower carriageway for traffic calming to allow residents to cross directly from the south of Upper Hale Road to the Family Centre, Youth Club, Community Centre and School

There is clearly a walking desire line on this side of the Upper Hale Road where there is currently no pavement. Adding this missing section of pavement would significantly contribute to active travel and allow children from the West of … [more]

Missing section of pavement and walking route that is clearly a desire line based on the condition of the verge. Connecting the two footpaths together would create a continuous walking route, encouraging active travel for children going to … [more]

Missing section of pavement and walking route that is clearly a desire line based on the condition of the verge. Connecting the two footpaths together would create a continuous walking route, encouraging active travel for children going to … [more]

Need a crossing here and traffic calming to allow children to cross the road to encourage more active travel

Hale Reeds is one of the main entrances into Heath End school. Suggest create a segregated cycling and walking route along the southern edge of this green space with ideally a formal crossing point on the Farnborough road to support … [more]

Many children from Sandy Hill Estate walk to the Schools on Weybourne Road along this route needs a proper crossing and some kind of pavement or prescribed walking route along Heath Lane

Cars parked on the pavement making it impossible to walk on pavement.

The pavement between the grade II listed buildings is far too narrow to be safe and is a key pedestrian route. Please can you look to widen the pavement by making this a one way at a time junction and reducing the carriageway width

The pavement is very narrow along large sections of the Upper Hale Road which is an extremely busy road used by lots of pedestrians the pavement needs to be widened and a crossing is needed

Bad signage on footpath

Bad signage on footpath

Bad signage on footpath

Bad signage on footpath

Speed enforcement cameras and pavement widening urgently required. Despite 30mph limit, cars and lorries frequently do double this along this road. Observing the existing 30mph automated warning sign over 30 minutes in the middle of the day … [more]

Pedestrianise central Farnham, but still allow existing traffic for shops to enter/exit central car park. Access for deliveries only outside of 0800-1800

Clear the vegetation from the existing path alongside the bypass to provide a cycle path that avoids the town

Bridge Road links Farncombe and Godalming and is a busy route for pedestrian and cyclists but the pavement is so narrow its difficult for people to pass in opposite directions without walking in the road. People on bikes feel intimidated … [more]

Footpath needed here

Very narrow footway on busy walking route from western half of the town and parking areas serving railway station, to the railway station and the main shopping area in eastern half of the town.

Footpaths very narrow throughout Farnham centre

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