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Is Hitcham lane being returned to nature?

Reported via iOS in the Road lines / road markings category anonymously at 09:11, Fri 21 September 2018

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

The verge along hitcham lane is taking over the road, the SLOW road markings now omsay LOW! This means the dotted line is not in the middle of the road any more and cars have to drive straddling the lines!

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 09:15, Fri 21 September 2018

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    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 10:55, Fri 21 September 2018

  • The lines have been painted, very promptly I might add. But the width of the carriage way is still reduced significantly.

    The line painters have now clearly marked out that two thirds of the road is for west bound and one third is for east bound.

    Posted anonymously at 09:38, Fri 19 October 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • The hedges are too far into the road. There is also a big for tree hanging in the road from a white detached house. Not only are vehicles getting damaged, but it is dangerous for those on horses or push bikes due to cars driving to avoid the hedges. Any high vehicle has to swing out to avoid the fir tree.

    Posted anonymously at 19:19, Sun 10 February 2019

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