Motorbikes and off road bikes using the pedestrian walkway as a short cut
Reported via mobile in the Obstruction (Not Vegetation) category anonymously at 12:54, Friday 20 November 2020
Sent to Northamptonshire County Council less than a minute later. ref: 2397346.
We have a continuous issue with motorbikes and other off road vehicles using the pedestrian walkway between Grindleford Close and Eyam Close as a short cut. Would the council consider the addition of bollards or similar to stop this before someone is injured or worse.
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Posted by Northamptonshire County Council at 13:26, Friday 20 November 2020
24/11/2020. Yet again we have motorcycle use of the public walkway between Grindleford Close and Eyam Close. This walkway serves no particular purpose, e.g route to shops, and would be better closed to stop misuse by local traveller groups who seem to think they have the right to speed along our road and this walkway.
Posted anonymously at 14:04, Tuesday 24 November 2020
Thank you for your query to Northamptonshire County council’s Street Doctor Service with regards to motorcycles using the footway between Grindleford Close and Eyam Close. We will investigate this further to look into the possibility of introducing staggered barriers at either end of the footway to deter the use of motorcycles. It must however be pointed out that where barriers are installed sufficient access still has to be made to allow mobility scooters, pushchairs etc. to access along this section. We will also make the Police aware of this activity.
Posted by Northamptonshire County Council at 14:57, Friday 27 November 2020
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