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Tuesday, 04 February 2020 01:16

Bus stop assesment

Please find the reasons i feel that the following stops are unsafe and require a full assessment.

Old post office Bognor. .


Yellow stop line is located mid way between kerbs on left turn junction. This means proper position provides no pavement.
The opposing stop location is not suitable distance from stop (180m away).
Parking of vehicles across from stop on double yellow lines outside lock shop cause narrow road and cause blind junction

Friday, 27 December 2019 14:03

remington packaging waste

@RemingtonUK
I cant believe the wasted packaging.. all the bits in the top took a quarter of the box.

 

Hi, thank you for your message. Please DM us your email address so we can assist. Many thanks, REM

From Neighbourhood to Cyberhood: Over a third of Neighbourhood Watch members now more concerned about cybercrime than physical crime.

Cybercrime now feels like more of a threat than physical crime for a rising number of households across England and Wales, with more people either falling victim personally, or knowing someone who has been a victim of online theft, according to research from over 14,000 Neighbourhood Watch members. The research, carried out in conjunction with Avast, a cybersecurity leader in the UK, found that those who believe cybercrime is less of a threat than physical crime are firmly in the minority (15%).

A few years ago there was a fatal accident in Florence Road which raised calls for a pedestrian crossing. Once the 2 crossings were built, i noticed a very odd arrangement of barriers installed to on a shared (pedestrian/cycle) path that leads up to one of those crossings. Now, my original story was going to be about desire lines and how people just go around these barriers. About how the barriers didn't make sense, and a great chance to show off a desire line demonstration video. BUT since then it has turned into an example of planning "desire" over access desire and "if no one complains it cant be wrong".
The pictures show that the views around the crossing with the barriers installed. According to the documentation these are to prevent cyclists on the shared path from colliding with people coming from behind the bush and fence.
However as the photo shows the desire line would be to the side of the barriers across the un obstructed path. If you do not want to read the FOI request documents then the emails of note:

Wednesday, 06 November 2019 11:14

maybe we care a little bit, but not much

For those following my mini drama series on Network Rail may like to know the latest follow up.
After their last email i responded:


Response By CSS Web  (02/11/2019 12.19 AM)
QuestionReference # xxxxxxx your answer is pure drivel and irrelevant to the question.

Just about summed it up. At this weekends closure I took a picture of the station crossing, nearest the care homes etc to demonstrate what people were faced with. 

Friday, 01 November 2019 23:55

Still couldnt care less!

Recently you may have read my article on how Network Rail couldnt care less.

After nearly a week with the "ticket" reopened i have had a response

 

   
 

Subject

How is Network Rail maintaining Access For All during the closure of both level crossing in Chichester?
Response By E-mail (John Eccles) (01/11/2019 02.36 PM)

 
I am writing in response to your question about Access for All, and the closure of both level crossings in Chichester. During the essential maintenance works whilst the crossings are closed we apologise for the disruption caused by lack of access.
 
Access for All is a government-funded initiative to make more stations in the network accessible to all, as at present too many stations have stairs and no lifts which mean that those stations are inaccessible for wheelchair users. Every few years the department for transport specifies a number of stations
for funding to make them fully accessible.
 
More information about the current Access for All schemes in Kent and Sussex in shown here:
 
 
I hope this information is helpful and if you have further queries please call our 24 hour helpline on 03457 114141.
 
Kind Regards
 
John Eccles
Community Relations Executive
 
  

 
 
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