3 wooden bollards knocked over and dumped at side of pavement
Reported in the Pavements/footpaths category anonymously at 16:18, Wed 1 May 2019
Sent to Coventry City Council 2 minutes later
Someone (maybe intentionally - a car perhaps?) has knocked off 3 of the wooden bollards put up to stop cars parking along the pavement/on the double yellows - there is now a gap large enough for a vehicle to cause obstruction here. Could they please be replaced, perhaps with concrete ones? Could a similar system be installed all along Foleshill Road, particularly outside Bhandals Dentist - it is always a hazard for pedestrians to walk on the pavement here and also outside the Barber Shops (at the end of Broad Street) whereby cars will park in the lanes or half mounted on the pavement/main road for the whole day without issue, causing issues for pedestrians actually needing to use the pavements! It's no wonder people in mobility vehicles take to the roads when the pavements are cluttered with cars!
There have been 3 coned placed here but these are moved sometimes and are currently a tad askew. The sooner the Councillors can arrange for the bollards to be replaced the better. And if the same could be done the length of foleshill road or if we could have the safety rails back it would be fab, to stop drivers from parking on the pavement/kerbs and also would be safer for pedestrians to not be too close to traffic like they are now with no barrier.
Posted anonymously at 21:17, Wed 29 May 2019
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