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Pedestrian Crossing for our safety in W9

Stefanie Garwood-Watkins
Stefanie Garwood-Watkins
45 Signatures Goal: 100

We the undersigned, being local residents, school children and visitors petition Westminster Council to install a pedestrian crossing on the Formosa Street and Warwick Avenue junction (Sutherland Avenue side). This junction is in urgent need of a safe, pedestrian crossing and is a direct route for a high volume of pedestrians commuting to and from a number of local pre, primary and secondary schools (Park View, St Saviour’s CE, St Joseph’s RC and St Mary Magdalene's CE to name only 3 primary schools); as well as a well travelled route to the canal bridge at Formosa Street/Blomfield Road and local businesses on Formosa Street. At present, NO safe crossing point exists and vehicles barely stop at the roundabout for each other, let alone for hapless pedestrians.

Sponsor

We are local parents who would like everyone to be able to get across this busy junction in safety and believe that a pedestrian crossing is the only solution.

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    Cindy Vallis United Kingdom
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