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You know I love the FOI right? well I also love safe bus stops. Here I asked why a couple of them were "dangerous or difficult".
The sections are taken from their own SOP manual which for the last few years has been marked as draft even though its a working document.

Hello.
This is a formal request for a safety audit on the following bus stops.
Please find the reasons I feel that the following stops are unsafe and
require a full assessment. Any section numbers relate to the publicly available SOP

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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

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