Pedestrian crossing lights crossing none of them working
Reported in the Street lighting category by Dan Ryan at 09:20, Thu 8 February 2018
Received by Buckinghamshire County Council moments later
All pedestrian lights are not working on the side going towards Oxford Rd. The street light next to this corssing is also not working making it dangerous for pedestrians crossing.
Nearby streetlight and pedestrian crossing lights, none of them are working.
Posted by Dan Ryan at 21:28, Thu 8 March 2018
Still open, via questionnaire
3 out of the 4 Pedestrian Crossing lights are still not working
Posted anonymously at 17:32, Mon 11 June 2018
The only pedestrian crossing light working out of the 4 is hidden from view by low tree branches.
Posted anonymously at 12:12, Fri 22 June 2018
This is getting worse. Someone the other evening in the pitch dark was about to cross but didn't know if it was a active crossing or not and he/she seemed scared. The beacons need fixing asap!! This is getting dangerous for motorists just as with pedestrians as I drive through this regularly.
Posted anonymously at 16:26, Sun 18 November 2018
One of the 3 broken lights have been repaired but the middle 2 are still not working. However I received an e mail from Fix My Street 3 days ago to say "Problem Fixed" This is not the case as 2 of the 4 lights are still not working. This was first reported 15 months ago and still not completed. Being 100 yards from the main Aylesbury Vale District Council offices, it is surprising that no members of the council or staff seem to take any interest. I did speak to one engineer who was repairing a street light by my house two weeks ago who said there was a report to say the problem is with the electricity supply that was disconnected following a traffic accident and it needed the electricity board to reconnect the supply to the middle two lights. I had also made a suggestion that covers are supplied over the pedestrian crossing lights as in the bright sunlight even the two working lights are hard to see or even better, to replace with the mini multi lights that are being used on some pedestrian crossings. l
Posted by Gerald Whitehead at 20:59, Thursday 25 April 2019
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