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  • 38% rated this as poor/very poor, and the most significant issue behind this was illegally parked cars obscuring the sight line for crossing the road, mentioned by 86% of these respondents
  • This is especially an issue for the disabled and their carers (90%), and parents using a pushchair (93%)

Why respondents think having clear lines of sight for crossing roads is poor/very poor

Base: All rating clear lines of sight as poor/very poor (238)

This chart shows that when respondents were asked why they think having clear lines of sight for crossing roads is poor/very poor
86% of respondents say that cars parked illegally obscure their line of sight for crossing the road

Other comments

Base: All rating clear lines of sight as poor/very poor (238)

7% say that large vans and or work vehicles obscure their view
5% say that cars parked legally obscure their line of sight for crossing the road
3% mention cars parked near junctions and or corners
3% say that there are too many cars filling up the roads by parking everywhere
3% mention a low viewpoint and wheelchair/scooter height

wdt_ID Responses (showing key themes) Percentage (%)

Direct quote from respondent

“High backed vehicles and SUVs should be strictly marshalled by wardens and towed away if parked on corners or adjacent zebra crossings. Sightlines are very important.”