Over 1 in 5 respondents commented that road signage and markings are confusing (22%)
Others say that the main issue is safety for all road users (20%), that there is a need for traffic control improvements (19%), and that the crossings are too close to the roundabout (18%)
This table shows that in terms of further comments 22% of respondents comment that existing road signage/markings are confusing.
20% of respondents comment that the main issue is safety for all users – i.e cyclists, pedestrians, cars and buses. 19% of respondents comment that traffic control improvements are needed – i.e lights, junctions and cameras. 18% of respondents give other suggestions concerning who we (PCC) should talk to and other things that need fixing. 18% of respondents comment that existing crossings are too close to the roundabout. 17% of respondents comment that cycle, bus lane and underpass improvements are needed. 14% of respondents comment that the behaviour of road users is the problem, not the roads themselves. 8% of respondents comment that changes are unnecessary and or that nothing needs to change. 7% of respondents comment that the proposals will make things worse. 5% of respondents comment that they disagree with the prioritisation of certain modes of transport. 10% of respondents made other further comments.
Base: Total sample (131)
Responses (showing key themes)
Road signage / markings are confusing
The main issue is safety for all users – cyclists, pedestrians, cars, buses
Traffic control improvements - lights, junctions, cameras
Other suggestions (who we should talk to, other things that need fixing)
Crossings are too close to the roundabout
Cycle / bus lane / underpass improvements
Behaviour is the problem, not the roads themselves
Changes are unnecessary / nothing needs to change
Proposals will make things worse
Disagreement with prioritising a certain mode of travel
Some of our residents have said:
“Clearer line markings and lane markings will help as the lanes seem to allow manoeuvres that aren’t possible”.
“See the Cambridge Dutch style roundabout”.
“The zebra crossings need to be further away from the roundabout as I find this causes the most congestion on the roundabout.”
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