Respondents report that the proposals in question are unnecessary and do not solve the problem, with many respondents suggesting that other places need more attention – such as access to/from Kingston Crescent, and delays caused by entry to Whale Island
Respondents suggest that traffic controls (such as traffic lights and junctions) and underpasses need to be improved, especially for safety of cyclists and those on foot
Base: Total sample (90)
Responses (showing key themes)
Other places need more attention (Kingston Crescent access, Whale Island port / HMS Excellent / ferry traffic, local traffic lanes, clear signage)
Proposal is unnecessary or will make things worse (pollution, congestion, delays, accidents)
Traffic controls need more attention (lights, junctions)
Investment is needed in the condition and safety of underpasses
Investment in public transport / cycle routes instead
Agreement with proposals
General complaint against council / government
This table shows that of any further comments, 42% said other places need more attention, 41% said the proposed changes are unnecessary, 18% said traffic controls need more attention, 14% said investment is needed in the condition of the underpasses, 11% said investment is needed in public transport and cycle routes instead, 6% were in agreement with the proposals, 6% were general complaints about the council and government, and 14% were about other unspecified comments.
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