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  • Over half of respondents who oppose bus priority measures at Sundridge gate report that the changes are unnecessary (54%) and just under one third  (31%) report that other modes of transport need priority instead
  • Three quarters (75%) of those who oppose replacing the existing pedestrian subway with a more accessible crossing also report that the changes are unnecessary
  • Over two thirds report that the proposals may make things worse (69%)
  • Over half of the respondents who oppose revising the line markings approaching the roundabout say it doesn’t need fixing (57%), around 1 in 5 say it won’t fix the problem or had alternative suggestions for improvements (19%) and the same percentage of respondents say that the focus should be on other modes of transport
  • The majority of respondents who oppose improving the footpath / cycle lane at Southampton Road say the proposal is unnecessary (43%) while 29% of respondents have alternative suggestions (29%)

Why do you oppose ‘bus priority measures at Sundridge gate and Spur Road’?

This table shows that with those opposing the proposal of ‘bus priority measures at Sundridge Gate and Spur Road’ – 54% oppose as they believe that the changes are unnecessary or because there is no problem; 31% oppose as they believe that other modes of transport need priority instead; 22% oppose as they believe that the proposal may make traffic worse; 7% oppose as they believe that changing the existing system could cause confusion; 6% oppose as they don’t use buses or don’t like buses; 9% oppose this proposal for other reasons.

Base: those opposing (54)

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Why do you oppose ‘replace the existing pedestrian subway with a more accessible crossing’ at Spur Road roundabout’?

This table shows that with those opposing the proposal of ‘replace the existing pedestrian subway with a more accessible crossing’ at Spur Road roundabout’ – 75% oppose as they believe that the changes are unnecessary or because there is no problem; 69% oppose as they believe that the proposal may make things worse for everyone; 28% oppose as they believe that the existing crossings on the roundabout are wrongly positioned; 21% oppose as they believe that an alternative idea would be better; 12% oppose due to other reasons.

Base: those opposing (75)

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Why do you oppose ‘revise the line markings approaching the roundabout to better manage the traffic flow and improve safety at Spur Road roundabout’?

This table shows that with those opposing the proposal of ‘revise the line markings approaching the roundabout to better manage the traffic flow and improve safety at Spur Road roundabout’- 57% oppose as they believe that the proposal is unnecessary or because the current system doesn’t need fixing; 19% oppose as they believe that the proposal won’t fix the existing problem(s); 19% oppose due to offering alternative suggestions for improvements or because they believe that the focus should be on other modes of transport; 10% oppose as they believe that the proposal could cause confusion; 14% oppose for other reasons.

Base: those opposing (21*) | *Caution small base

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Why do you oppose 'Improve the footpath and cycle lane at Southampton Road’ at Spur Road roundabout’?

This table shows that with those opposing the proposal of ‘Improve the footpath and cycle lane at Southampton Road’ at Spur Road roundabout’ – 43% oppose as they believe that the proposal in unnecessary or because there is no problem; 29% oppose as they offer alternative suggestions like improvements for other modes of transport such as cars; 21% oppose as they believe that existing cycle lanes are not used enough to justify the proposal; 14% oppose as they believe that cyclist behaviour is the problem; 11% oppose for other reasons.

Base: those opposing (28*) | *Caution small base

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