Coldharbour Road: Proposed New Pedestrian Crossing

The City Council have just gone out to public consultation with a proposed new Zebra Crossing on Coldharbour Road.

The scheme is live on the consultation website at: Letters will go out to residents adjacent to the scheme and posters will be on lamp columns early next week (w/c 15 September).

The scheme originated from requests by the Henleaze, Stoke Bishop and Westbury on Trym Neighbourhood Partnership and the Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Neighbourhood Partnership. The scheme will be funded from a Local Sustainable Transport Grant. If you have any comments, please send them to: by 5 October, or to the postal address given on the website.

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One Response to Coldharbour Road: Proposed New Pedestrian Crossing

  1. Chrissie Decker says:

    I am so glad that both NP3 and NP6 have identified the need for a crossing across Coldharbour Road / Kellaway Avenue near Cairns Road.
    I would like to draw your attention to the fact that Cairns Road is a very convenient and well used crossing point for cyclists too. When trying to choose routes through quiet streets to avoid traffic, Cairns Road is a well favoured choice.
    Could some provision be made that catered for both pedestrians and cyclists to get across this junction safely?
    Any thoughts or suggestions welcome.

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