Bramble Road/ Talbot Road (bicycles): reasons for disagreement
82% respondents (and 67% of impacted residents*) who disagree with this proposal feel bicycles travelling in both directions will be dangerous
Respondents also feel that it is unlikely that cyclists will follow the rules or that they will use the pavement (8%), or feel that the rules of the road should be the same for all road users (5%)
*Caution should be taken interpreting these results due to a small base
Why do you disagree with bicycles being able to travel in both directions on the Bramble/Talbot Road one-way system?
Base: Respondents who disagree – total sample (121) | Residents of Bramble, Shanklin, Ventnor, and Talbot Roads (12*) *Caution small base
This chart shows why respondents disagree with bicycles being able to travel in both directions in the Bramble Road/Talbot Road one-way system:
82% of total respondents and 67% of impacted residents feel it will be dangerous
21% of total respondents and 33% of impacted residents agree for other reasons
This table shows other reasons why respondents disagree with bicycles being able to travel in both directions in the Bramble Road/Talbot Road one-way system:
8% feel cyclists are unlikely to follow the rules/ will use the pavement
5% feel it should be the same rules for all
3% disagree with changes to the road
2% feel the road is not wide enough
2% disagree for other reasons
Responses for 'other'
Cyclists unlikely to follow the rules/ will use the pavement
Should be same rules for all
Disagree with changes to the road
Road not wide enough
Key quotes from impacted residents
“As a cyclist, the road is barely wide enough to pass a car going the opposite direction.”
“It will be dangerous for people cycles and cars if its one way to cars it has to be one way to everyone including bikes scooters skateboards etc.”
“It’s already dangerous as a lot of cyclists consider the pavement as a legitimate means of transit.”
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