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    shoebury52 wrote:
    Shoebury_Cyclist wrote:
    Andycal 172D wrote:
    I wonder how much the "independent safety review" cost? It's interesting because most of us have been saying WE TOLD YOU IT'S DANGEROUS for months now.
    It isn't dangerous at all.

    The drivers who refuse to accept they must allow pedestrians to cross are dangerous.

    It could be fixed with a couple of signs at each end saying 'Give way to pedestrians'.
    That may be. But you also have to watch out for cyclists, who do not observe the no cycling signs and also believe they have right of way over pedestrians.
    There no 'no cycling' signs on Marine Parade. The area is shared space and cyclists are permitted to use all of the space between the arcades and the beach."
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Southend Council to enhance pedestrian crossings at City Beach

Southend Council to enhance pedestrian crossings at City Beach

First published in Local News

SOUTHEND Council has announced plans to enhance the informal pedestrian crossing points at City Beach.

Contractors will begin laying contrasting paving blocks to make the crossing points more visible to motorists in February.

The council is following recommendations made in an independant safety review following a number of complaints from concerned residents.

 

 

 

 

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