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Graffiti on BT callbox on St Ebbe's street

Reported via Android in the Graffiti category by Tim Patmore at 11:32, Tue 24 December 2019

Sent to Oxford City Council 3 minutes later

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  • Nope - probably not been done.

    Posted by Tim Patmore at 17:40, Tuesday 21 January 2020
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Re: Form submission from: Contact Oxfordshire County Council AA Amir Ali Thu 06/02/2020 09:52 Sent Items To: Online - Communications (online@oxfordshire.gov.uk); Good morning, thanks for your email, does that means nothing can be done to divide pavement and bus lane by putting road markings ( From: Online - Communications <online@oxfordshire.gov.uk> Sent: 06 February 2020 09:32:56 To: Amir Ali <amirsteveali@hotmail.co.uk> Subject: RE: Form submission from: Contact Oxfordshire County Council Good Morning Amir,

    I am good thank you. We received the below response from the Highways Team for the area.

    ‘I can advise the specification of the road in front of Westgate (including design, kerbs and lining etc) is set to Oxfordshire County Council’s specification as Highways Authority, Oxfordshire County Council removed the lines and kerbs several years ago and before the Westgate development.’

    If you have any questions, then please let us know – you can also log a report on FixMyStreet if you would like a direct response from a highways team (https://fixmystreet.oxfordshire.gov.uk/ )

    Kind Regards,

    Richard

    Team Supervisor

    Customer Service Centre

    Oxfordshire County Council

    Speedwell House

    Speedwell Street

    Oxford

    OX1 1NE

    Online@oxfordshire.gov.uk

    From: Amir Ali <amirsteveali@hotmail.co.uk> Sent: 04 February 2020 10:45 To: Online - Communications <online@oxfordshire.gov.uk> Subject: Re: Form submission from: Contact Oxfordshire County Council

    Good morning sir,I hope you are good, just wondering any update regarding putting road markings on queen street to divide pavement and bus lane? thanks

    From: Amir Ali <amirsteveali@hotmail.co.uk> Sent: 21 January 2020 15:04:08 To: Online - Communications <online@oxfordshire.gov.uk> Subject: Re: Form submission from: Contact Oxfordshire County Council

    Hi Richard,I hope you are good, thanks for your email,it will be great if the relevant team update me regarding queen street road markings,if it goes ahead then queen street will be safer.thanks

    From: Online - Communications <online@oxfordshire.gov.uk> Sent: 21 January 2020 14:29:58 To: Amir Ali <amirsteveali@hotmail.co.uk> Subject: RE: Form submission from: Contact Oxfordshire County Council

    Good Afternoon Amir,

    Thank you for your e-mail.

    I have passed your e-mail to a member of the Highways Team for the City who will investigate your request for yellow lines. He has your details that you provided and may contact you regarding this matter.

    Kind Regards,

    Richard

    Team Supervisor

    Customer Service Centre

    Oxfordshire County Council

    Speedwell House

    Speedwell Street

    Oxford

    OX1 1NE

    Online@oxfordshire.gov.uk

    From: Amir Ali via Oxfordshire County Council Publicsite <DoNotReply@oxfordshire.gov.uk> Sent: 17 January 2020 10:03 To: Online - Communications <online@oxfordshire.gov.uk> Subject: Form submission from: Contact Oxfordshire County Council

    Submitted on Friday, 17 January 2020 - 10:02am Submitted values are:

    What are you contacting us about? Other

    Name Amir Ali

    Email address amirsteveali@hotmail.co.uk

    Telephone 07378999101

    Message

    Make queen street safer before it's too late. Dear sir/ madam, my name is Amir steve ali, am the same personal who requested Xmas lights on Cowley Road which thanks to oxford city council it was successful. I am requesting to put Road markings on queen street outside Westgate shopping centre towards Clarendon centre its risking thousands of people lives walking along that street,because many of public are not aware its a bus lane, many publics are getting confused thinking it's a pavement,I've seen many people crossing the queen street without taking any extra precautions to see if there's any moving vehicles as many thinking it's a pavement,am more worried about vulnerable people like disabled people,elderly and childerns using this street.please take action before any incidents happens.its also useful for emergency vehicles driving through queen street as if there be road markings most public will be usually on pavement so road be clear.my number is 07378999101

    Posted anonymously at 10:01, Thursday 6 February 2020

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