Install Crossing For Safer Access To Happy Valley

To the honourable members of the Brighton and Hove Council, We, the undersigned, wish the council to give due consideration to putting in some form of pedestrian crossing on the Falmer Road at the bottom of Crescent Drive South enabling safe crossing to the area known as "Happy Valley Park", Woodingdean. The reasons for this are as follows: 1/ The road is crossed by a large number of people every day. 2/ There have been several near misses The access to the park is just over the brow of a hill 3/ The temporary traffic camera used by the police is having no effect on the cars speeding down this road 4/ The "Friends of Happy Valley Group" are actively encouraging people to use the area 5/ Long term aims also include a Café and the re-installation of a children's park

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    5 years ago Comments: Why is a petition required when govt and councils etc continue to tell me how to be safe and run my life in my home but when it comes to public safety (which by the way they are pid for) we have to beg for it!!!
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