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Install a Pelican Crossing on Milnrow Road Shaw, in place of the Zebra Crossing

6,402 Signatures Goal: 1,000

This petition calls upon Oldham Council to upgrade the Zebra Crossing to a Pelican Pedestrian Crossing on Milnrow Road, Shaw, near to its junction with Salts Street Shaw, before another person is killed or seriously injured.

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December 17
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  • Russell hamilton
    Russell hamilton United Kingdom
    Nov 06, 2015
    Nov 06, 2015
    Do it llease
  • Paul Bolton
    Paul Bolton United Kingdom, London
    Jan 13, 2014
    Jan 13, 2014
    This road is way too fast for a Zebra crossing. Annalise and your Family, out thoughts are with you.
  • Gwyn Pritchard
    Jan 07, 2014
    Jan 07, 2014
    Zebra crossings should be removed altogether. Pelican crossings are much better and easier to see .
  • Brian Baron
    Brian Baron United Kingdom, Oldham
    Jan 07, 2014
    Jan 07, 2014
    It is a disgrace that we have to wait untill someone is killed before something is done. may I suggest you put up a pelican Crossing before some one else dies. thank you
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    Russell hamilton United Kingdom
    9 months ago
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    Kate Davies United Kingdom
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    John Shirreff United Kingdom
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    Paul Bolton United Kingdom
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    Jennie Frain United Kingdom
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    Jackie Anderson United Kingdom
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    Karen McCaffrey United Kingdom
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    ghost United Kingdom
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    Alan Shepherd United Kingdom
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    Louise Reeves United Kingdom
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    Gwyn Pritchard
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    Denise Prior United Kingdom
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    Brian Baron United Kingdom
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    John Barber United Kingdom
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    Craig Wilkes United Kingdom
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