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Overgrown trees blocking visibility for crossing peds.

Reported anonymously at 22:04, Wed 24 June 2020

Overgrown trees on the inside of the bend on the north verge of Martin's Way immediately west of the Greasley Way / Great Ashby Way roundabout are making it very dangerous for pedestrians and cyclists to safely cross to the Martin's Way splitter island because there's no intervisibility between pedestrians and drivers of approaching vehicles. The first photos shows the view from the verge. The second shows the view when alreadty in the road. This problem was reported to me through Facebook so I visited the site to see for myself. This site is an ongoing problem and a real hazard to a crossing pedestrian.



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