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HAZARDOUS Traffic Calming Island

Reported via desktop in the Road surface category anonymously at 10:17, Tue 2 November 2021

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

Traffic Calming Chicane

Crash damaged signage and lighting STILL NOT repaired or replaced after MANY MONTHS, making this a continued SERIOUS HAZARD especially at night, as it is in an area where you approach (East bound) from a long unlit section of road to a lit one.

As evidenced by the number of collisions with the island

Cycle access route blocked by rubbish, detritus from the damaged island and signage and undergrowth that is growing further and further out into the road, along a long stretch of it, all of which makes this pinch point, especially at night or peak traffic times, a serious HAZARD FOR CYCLISTS

Surely the CCTV camera that monitors this point, should clearly show all the safety issues and problems??

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 10:17, Tue 2 November 2021

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 14:27, Tue 30 November 2021

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