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Pedestrian crossing out of action

Reported via desktop in the Traffic Lights (permanent only) category anonymously at 12:07, Thursday 30 June 2022

Sent to Oxfordshire County Council less than a minute later

The pedestrian crossing buttons have been covered over and can't be used, making it extremely dangerous and very difficult to cross the dual carriageway.

Council ref: 3636508

Asset ID: F061 - Heyford Hill Roundabout (ELV LED)

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  • Thank you for your recent report. The crossing is currently out of use due to the damaged sustained during a recent RTC. Repairs are in the process of being arranged.

    Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 10:33, Friday 1 July 2022

  • Is it possible to instal a temporary crossing? Or at least have a sign to warn drivers that the crossing isn't working so pedestrians may be trying to cross? It's so dangerous and I got yelled at by a driver the other day when I was trying to get across.

    Posted anonymously at 09:26, Monday 4 July 2022

  • Still out of action and no signs or other safety measures in place. If this had been a road traffic light it would have been fixed in a matter of hours. But since it is only pedestrians and cyclists affected, there is no sense of urgency at all. So much for encouraging carbon-free journeys! It's all talk and no action, as usual.

    Posted anonymously at 17:13, Thursday 7 July 2022

  • Hear hear! As usual pedestrians and cyclists are not a priority

    Posted anonymously at 18:18, Thursday 7 July 2022

  • The signal equipment has been replaced and pedestrian crossing now operational.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 12:31, Wednesday 20 July 2022

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