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177053Photo #177053Poor Ufford Street is currently blighted by poor traffic management decision. Too much commercial van and large lorry activity - making deliveries to The Cut - are pushed down Ufford Street. Excess traffic also uses Ufford Street to access Blackfriars Road. The pavements need widening and the road width reducing. This would help people to pass without having to walk in the road. Wider pavements may also slow down the speed of racing vans down the street. There is a park where small children play and a number of elderly residents who struggle to cross the road with speeding vans. A designated cycleway would be great too - it already attracts lots of cyclists.Track:
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176785Photo #176785I'm delighted the westbound cycle lane on Westminster Bridge is now open. This provides protection for people walking & cycling. Construction is progressing well on the eastbound side.

Thanks to the @tfl teams for the speedy construction. t.co/PGxbEE34rj
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general
176521Photo #176521Shared-use route from Nine Elms tube station to the US Embassy and the ThamesCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
176520Photo #176520More cycle parking near the new Nine Elms tube station.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
176519Photo #176519Cycle parking near the new Nine Elms tube station.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
176518Photo #176518Cycle parking at the new Nine Elms tube station.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
176517Photo #176517Cycle parking at the new Nine Elms tube station.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
175567Photo #175567Look what popped up overnight in Herne Hill! A multi-coloured celebration of the Ulez and the impact it will have locally on #CleanAir. Cleaner cars mean better air for everyone. N02 levels dropped by 44% when it was introduced in central London. #WeLoveULEZ #ULEZArtTrailRoad environment:
Event
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174242Photo #174242Cyclists and pedestrians only on [s]Lower Marsh, WaterlooCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
173591Photo #173591Drivers crossing Lilford Road here have difficult line of sight up and down Lilford Road. As a result they often don't look ahead for pedestrians and bikes going along Lilford Road who might be crossing. It's a rat run too, so they're often in a hurry.Temporary closure:
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173590Photo #173590This is a very wide tarmac apron to cross. It's also a very gentle turn for cars so they tend to take it too quickly. Narrowing the apron or adding a pedestrian Island would helpTrack:
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173589Photo #173589It is not clear whether traffic from Loughborough Road West has right of way when continuing down Loughborough Road south, so there is regularly conflict with traffic coming from Lilford Road. Blaring horns, near misses, that kind of thing. Cycling from Lilford Road to Loughborough Road is intimidating as a result.Temporary closure:
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173588Photo #173588Cyclists going from Loughborough Road West to Lilford Road get cut off by jutting pavement. My wife was knocked off onto the pavement here the other day by a van.Temporary closure:
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173587Photo #173587Get rid of car parking along Dulwich Road, between Britton Water Lane and Norwood Road, replace with protected bike laneCycleway:
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173586Photo #173586It's very difficult to turn off Clapham Road into the narrow bike lane along Lansdowne Way. A filter for cyclists would make this safer.Temporary closure:
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169934Photo #169934A lot of locals visit this churchyard and community garden but there is nowhere to park bikes.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
168713Photo #168713For my bike parkingCycle parking:
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168499Photo #168499[Image taken from: road.cc/content/news/30804-lambeth-commission-spells-success-cyclehoop] Waterloo Road junction with Morley Street, London. These Cyclehoops spell out the name of the borough of Lambeth close to its border with Southwark. They are cycle parking but at the right time of day create stunning shadows on the pavement. The patterns include cycles when the sun shines through the cutouts in the supports. See also: #168498 The company that created them is Cyclehoop www.cyclehoop.com/Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
168498Photo #168498[Image taken from cyclehoop site www.cyclehoop.com/news/september-2013/cyclehoop-designs-unique-bicycle-stands-for-brixton/] Brixton Hill junction with Coldharbour Lane, London. Bespoke place-making cycle racks from Cyclehoop (www.cyclehoop.com/) on Windrush Square close to the Roxy cinema. The racks and any cycles attached create striking shadows when the sun is in the right place. I support infra that does more than one thing. The location and design of the racks create art. See also: #168499Cycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
166924Photo #166924One use for a front garden ..... spotted on Railton Road in Lambeth today t.co/WKbLuYbffV

Sam the Wheels
www.samthewheels.co.uk/sams-footage-1960s-1980s/187/
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bikeshops
160633Photo #160633Road too small for two way traffic - lots of shouting / horns / road rageTemporary closure:
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closure
160526Photo #160526Why do I get the impression that driverists don’t know the size of their vehicles? A shame that the small cycle locking provision here is damaged and harder to use. t.co/AVUGn54mxNOther:
Infrastructure
general
159636Photo #159636Hullo new cycle path. Near Lambeth North, London 😊😊😊Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
154400Photo #154400No, those wands aren't there to protect the paintwork on your Audi. 😑

(Rosendale Road, W. Dulwich). t.co/UlznEF2Xls
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154238Photo #154238The new cycle route to school on Rosendale Road πŸ‘Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
154058Photo #154058The bike racks here are always full or close to full - more needed.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
153831Photo #153831The traffic light crossing here takes so long to change. They should be revised.Temporary closure:
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closure
152119Photo #152119New road sign on Talma Road has our backingGeneral sign/notice:
Good practice
signs
152009Photo #152009I have recently moved into Gould Court, SE19 1PH and would appreciate a secure bike shelter nearby.Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
151740Photo #151740There is no parking on this street. I've seen many residents with bikes etc.Cycle parking:
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cycleparking
149030Photo #149030Drivers currently use this road to avoid the high road, often travelling above the speed limit. Through traffic should be prevented.Temporary closure:
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146854Photo #146854Cyclists are held at multiple red lights when going west towards westminister, when they have no one to give way to given the cycle lane. Allow cyclists to pass by the lights.Cycleway:
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cycleways
144600Photo #144600Separated both-way cycle pathway required on Brixton Road from Church past Brixton Tube Station to Brixton police station.Cycleway:
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cycleways
144093Photo #144093Make Railton LTN measures permanent, it’s great!Temporary closure:
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143815Photo #143815London's first cycle street.

See also video at:
twitter.com/SimoneSav1989/status/985187796645269506
Road environment:
Good practice
road
143476Photo #143476Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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143475Photo #143475Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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143473Photo #143473School streetTemporary closure:
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143472Photo #143472Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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143471Photo #143471Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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143469Photo #143469Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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143468Photo #143468Close to through traffic except walking/cycles - create low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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143466Photo #143466School streetTemporary closure:
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143154Photo #143154Cycling on Brixton Water Lane is unsafe with no protection from cars and buses. A separated cycleway would protect cyclists and reduce air pollution.Cycleway:
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cycleways
143119Photo #143119Residential area near shopsCycle parking:
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cycleparking
142779Photo #142779Really narrow cycle lanes up Brixton Road from Brixton to OvalCycleway:
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cycleways
141579Photo #141579The A205 from the A23 to Clapham South could really do with some dedicated cycle lanes. It’s wide enough in most places and the junction here with Atkins Road is very dangerous for cyclists who wish to continue heading West on the A205 as vehicles race around the bends.Cycleway:
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140823Photo #140823Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through traffic and create a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140822Photo #140822Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through traffic and create a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140821Photo #140821Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through traffic and create a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140820Photo #140820Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through traffic and create a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140818Photo #140818Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through traffic and create a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140817Photo #140817Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through traffic and create a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140816Photo #140816Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through traffic and create a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140815Photo #140815Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through traffic and create a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140813Photo #140813Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through traffic and create a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140812Photo #140812Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through traffic and create a low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140811Photo #140811Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to reduce through trafficTemporary closure:
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140810Photo #140810Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to create a low traffic neighbourhood by eradicating through trafficTemporary closure:
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140806Photo #140806Modal filter (walking/cycling only) to create low traffic neighbourhoodTemporary closure:
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140547Photo #140547Bus lanes need to be in operation 24/7 North and Sound bound along A23.Cycleway:
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cycleways
140545Photo #140545Southbound cyclists have to deal with narrow lanes and car drivers racing and jockeying for position. Please add a dedicated cycle.Cycleway:
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cycleways
140543Photo #140543Northbound bus lane should be enforced 24/7, The ASL at Green Lane junction needs a cyclist priority light.Cycleway:
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cycleways
139606Photo #139606This cycleway is not wide enough to accommodate all the bikes waiting to cross the A3036. The lights are also timed poorly, with less time given to cyclists and pedestrians than to cars.Cycleway:
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cycleways
139246Photo #139246It would be great to see more cycle options on the street or nearby, there has been such a huge surge in the use and buying of bicycles due to the virus and I think London is very much becoming more cycle based (which is great), we just need to see more cycle parking available. I know that the stands and hangars on our street and nearby are almost always in full use
With best wishes
Louise
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cycleparking
138810Photo #138810Quietway 5 urgently needs improvement - Problems are Speeding / high traffic volume / inadequate signage. Most drivers seem totally unaware that they are on a Quietway. Improve by: 1. Repaint the cycle icons and 20 speed limits on the Quietway roads.
2. Signage : QUIETWAY – PRIORITY FOR CYCLISTS.
3. Segregated cycle lanes on Quietways.
Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
138680Photo #138680Absolutely horrible stretch of road for cycling and walking (there has been a pedestrian death here). To join the cycle lane, a cyclist must cross into the outside lane after the railway bridge in the face if fast moving aggressive traffic.Cycleway:
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cycleways
138677Photo #138677Norwood Road is a really horrible stretch of road for cyclists, but it is really the only available route for cyclists wishing to join up with cycling lanes alongside Brockwell Park. The parking bays could be removed and repurposed for cycling.Cycleway:
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cycleways
138676Photo #138676This is a narrow, fast piece of road on a hill used as a rat run for traffic heading to Streatham. Very intimidating for cyclists. The speed humps on the hill also force cyclists into dangerous road positions.Cycleway:
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cycleways
138631Photo #138631Remove the bus stop under the bridge here. It is constantly causing the road surface to collapse which is very dangerous for cyclists. There is a safer stop 200 yards further down the road. At the very least there should be painted cycle lanes in both directions through Loughborough Junction. Remove the small traffic islands at the Hinton Road/Colharbour Lane crossroad. They create pinch points where cyclists are endangered by traffic breaking the 20mph speed limit to try and 'beat the lights.' Enforcement of the speed limit on Coldharbour Lane is virtually non-existent.Cycleway:
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138625Photo #138625ENFORCE THE 20mph SPEED LIMIT !

Install average speed cameras and start issuing fines. This should apply to the WHOLE of Acre Lane and Coldharbour Lane. Enforcement is currently a joke.
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138619Photo #138619Install advanced green signal for cyclists and remove a couple of parking spaces on the east side of this junction so that the painted cycle lane dies not veer so suddenly into the carriageway when there are impatient drivers accelerating to get past, as they currently do.Cycleway:
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cycleways
138617Photo #138617Widen the pedestrian footpath and add a cycle lane with dropped kerbs at either end to leave and rejoin the roadway and avoid the bus stop and traffic at Parsons Corner.Cycleway:
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138616Photo #138616Fix the terrible road surface and enforce the speed limitCycleway:
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cycleways
137030Photo #137030Make roundabout safer for cyclists. Rebuild to Dutch standards I.e. continuous and protected lanesCycleway:
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cycleways
136912Photo #136912Protected cycle way through pedestrian crossing needed as road narrows sharply.Cycleway:
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cycleways
136908Photo #136908Contraflow needed due to loads of bikes already going down this short part of one-way.Cycleway:
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cycleways
136293Photo #136293A modal filter by Lambeth Council - eg planters or bollards - and a change of signage on nearby Chester Rd would complete the 'Tranquil Triangle' LTN initiated by local residents. Southwark Council have already done their bit by placing a gate on Brook Drive.Temporary closure:
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closure
136054Photo #136054This quiet residential street has become a rat run since the cycleway on Blackfriars Bridge was built and cars were unable to turn onto it from The Cut. There is a park where lots of children play and it's really dangerous.
Obviously the cycle way is a great idea but it's totally inappropriate for this to be the main access point to Blackfriars Road. Lots of Uber cars also idle next to the park. I appreciate they need to rest but there should be restrictions about idling engines to reduce pollutants near the park/playground and residential housing.
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135393Photo #135393Bottleneck with cars, buses and trucks with no safe place to cycle. The bus lane is always full with parked buses dropping off and picking up so have to go into road with little space.Cycleway:
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135161Photo #135161This is a rat run to avoid traffic queues on South Croxted Road. there are speed humps which are completely ineffective and speeding is a problem. make access only from either end but block it off at Tritton RoadTemporary closure:
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135150Photo #135150There needs to be some protection for cyclists turning right on to A23 from A202. it is treacherous trying to get to the outside lane to make the right turnCycleway:
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134809Photo #134809Cyclists often squeezed out on this stretch - need dedicated cycle laneCycleway:
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cycleways
134806Photo #134806Right turn into Albert Sq is dangerous, need a dedicated right turn boxCycleway:
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cycleways
134446Photo #134446Road needs improvement. Death trap for cyclistsCycleway:
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cycleways
134314Photo #134314This road serves 3 schools, SunnyHill, Bishops Thomas Grant and Dunraven. It is a rat run for cars cutting through from A214 to Streatham Hill. More children could cycle to school if this road was saferCycleway:
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134275Photo #134275I will not ride on A23 outside of bus lane hours - too many speeding drivers using the bus lanes as a shortcut to jump queues and parked cars making lane changing dangerous.Cycleway:
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134253Photo #134253Kings Ave. should ba a natural cycling alternative to A23 and A24 but volume of traffic is far too high.Cycleway:
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134246Photo #134246This is such an intimidating junction, especially southbound. Too many lanes, too fast. Cycle advance start and segregation needed at lightsCycleway:
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133383Photo #133383Segregated cycleway needed along Streatham High Road.Cycleway:
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133380Photo #133380Segregated cycleway needed on Brixton Hill.Cycleway:
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cycleways
133374Photo #133374A safe cycle route though the Tulse Hill gyratory is needed urgently.Cycleway:
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cycleways
133373Photo #133373Inadequate cycle lane, with bollards which actively encourage cars to drive in cycle lanes! This actively dangerous situation needs to be resolved.Cycleway:
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cycleways
133372Photo #133372Existing cycleway is intermittent, and bollards and parked cars make cars overtake bikes closely. Cars park in the cycles lanes on the weekend.

Cycle lane should be made continuous, wands added, and weekend parking banned.
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133371Photo #133371A wider pavement is needed outside the shops. Road could be narrowed, or made one way only.Track:
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133369Photo #133369Busy shopping centre on Atlantic Road is busy with parked cars illegally parking, leaving no space on narrow pavements. Road should be made bus, delivery and bike only, with wider pavements.Temporary closure:
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133364Photo #133364Builders have closed the pavement for building new apartments which is forcing high volumes of pedestrians onto the other side of the road where social distancing can't be done. The construction company should put in a temporary path and reduce the road spaceTrack:
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132023Photo #132023Close Cotswold Street very narrow and virtually no pavement. Properties could be served from other direction.Temporary closure:
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132022Photo #132022Pavement could be widened by moving back wallTrack:
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131199Photo #131199Parked cars permanently block the pavement here, especially on the west side of the road. Parking should be suspended. Also, at the corner of Highlands Court, they park in the road creating a pinch point increasing congestion and pollution.Track:
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