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  • The main reason why respondents oppose each of the proposed changes is because they feel they are unnecessary – this was the top reason for 6 of the proposed changes.
  • Other popular reasons driving opposition are, ‘concerns for safety’, that the ‘changes will negatively impact vehicular traffic’, ‘cyclists do not use the routes in question’ and that an ‘alternative change’ would be better suited to the route

An asterisk (*) indicates a small base size, caution should be taken when interpreting the results

Why do you oppose installing a tiger crossing on Victoria Road North, near the Jami Mosque?

Base: those opposing (34)

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose installing a tiger crossing on Victoria Road North, near the Jami Mosque: 32% said it is unnecessary, 24% had concerns about safety, 21% said it would negatively impact traffic, 18% want an alternative, 15% said it will not be used, 9% do not think it will work, 9% mentioned the cost, 6% dislike this type of crossing, and 12% made other comments

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Why do you oppose signposting Montgomerie Road and Bradford Road as quieter cycle routes?

Base: those opposing (24*) | *caution small base

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose signposting Montgomerie Road and Bradford Road as quieter cycle routes: 33% want an alternative, 21% had concerns about safety, 21% do not think it will work, 17% think it is unnecessary, 8% said it will negatively impact traffic, 8% mentioned the cost, and 4% made other comments

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Why do you oppose creating an off-road segregated cycle way on the south side of Winston Churchill Avenue between Montgomerie Road and Somers Road?

Base: those opposing (29*) | *caution small base

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose creating an off-road segregated cycle way on the south side of Winston Churchill Avenue between Montgomerie Road and Somers Road: 17% want an alternative, 17% said it is unnecessary, 17% said cyclists will not use it, 14% said there is not enough space, 14% said it will negatively impact traffic, 10% had concerns about safety, and 10% made other comments

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Why do you oppose improving Winston Churchill Avenue so it's easier for cyclists to join the shared path from the road?

Base: those opposing (22*) | *caution small base

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose Improving Winston Churchill Avenue so it’s easier for cyclists to join the shared path from the road: 36% do not want cyclists on footpaths, 27% have concerns about safety, 23% say cyclists do not use the paths, 9% want an alternative, and 18% made other comments

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Why do you oppose raising the road at Blackfriars Junction so motor vehicles will be slowed as they join Winston Churchill Avenue?

Base: those opposing (47)

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose raising the road at Blackfriars Junction so motor vehicles will be slowed as they join Winston Churchill Avenue: 28% said it will negatively impact on traffic, 23% said it is unnecessary, 21% have concerns about safety, 15% want an alternative, 15% feared increased emission or pollution, 11% do not think they work, and 9% said other

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Why do you oppose changing the alleyway at Aldwell Street from a shared cycle and footpath to one for pedestrians only?

Base: those opposing (71)

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose changing the alleyway at Aldwell Street from a shared cycle and footpath to one for pedestrians only: 31% said it’s unnecessary or that they’d prefer a shared option, 31% said it will have a negative impact on cyclists on the route, 15% had concerns about safety, 14% want an alternative, 10% said cyclists will use the route regardless, 10% want more cycle routes not less, 8% said other comments

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Why do you oppose improving the crossing at the junction between Somers Road and Winston Churchill Avenue?

Base: those opposing (22*) | *caution small base

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose improving the crossing at the junction between Somers Road and Winston Churchill Avenue: 59% said it is unnecessary, 9% mentioned the cost, 14% said cyclists do not use the paths, 14% made other comments

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Why do you oppose signposting a quieter route for cyclists along Somers Road, River's Street and Wellington Street, passing the Somerstown Community Hub?

Base: those opposing (22*) | *caution small base

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose signposting a quieter route for cyclists along Somers Road, River’s Street and Wellington Street, passing the Somerstown Community Hub: 32% said cyclists will use the original routes regardless, 18% said the new route is indirect or too inconvenient, 9% said it’s unnecessary, 9% said it will have a negative impact on pedestrians, and 23% made other comments

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Why do you oppose creating a new two-way cycle lane from St James's Road to Middle Street?

Base: those opposing (24*) | *caution small base

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose creating a new two-way cycle lane from St James’s Road to Middle Street: 25% said it is unnecessary, 21% said it will have a negative impact on pedestrians and other road users, 17% said it will not be used by cyclists, 8% mentioned the cost, 21% made other comments

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Why do you oppose upgrading the crossing outside Portsmouth Court to a Toucan crossing?

Base: those opposing (19*) | *caution small base

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose upgrading the crossing outside Portsmouth Court to a Toucan crossing: 47% said it is unnecessary, 11% said it will not be used, 11% said it will have a negative impact on traffic, 16% made other comments

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Why do you oppose creating a new off-road two-way cycle lane on the north side of Winston Churchill Avenue from Portsmouth Court to The Astoria nightclub?

 Base: those opposing (26*) | *caution small base

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose creating a new off-road two-way cycle lane on the north side of Winston Churchill Avenue from Portsmouth Court to The Astoria nightclub: 31% said it will have a negative impact on pedestrians and other road users, 23% said cyclists will not use it, 15% said it is unnecessary, 12% mentioned the cost, and 15% made other comments

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Why do you oppose installing a new crossing on Middle Street junction with Winston Churchill Avenue?

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

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose Installing a new crossing on Middle Street junction with Winston Churchill Avenue: 52% said it is unnecessary or that there is an existing crossing, 10% mentioned the cost, 10% said it will have a negative impact on traffic, 10% made other comments

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Why do you oppose relocating the bus stops outside the University Learning Centre to form a "floating bus stop"?

 Base: those opposing (44)

This table shows the key themes of responses from respondents who made further comments about why they oppose relocating the bus stops outside the University Learning Centre to form a floating bus stop: 30% said it will have a negative impact on pedestrians or bus users, 30% were concerned about safety, 18% said it will negatively impact cyclists, 14% do not know what a floating bus stop is, 14% do not want a shared path, 14% said it will negatively impact traffic, 7% do not see the need, and 14% made other comments

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