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Shared cycle/pedestrian path dangerously compromised by overgrown vegetation.

Reported via desktop in the Suggested improvements category anonymously at 15:53, Tue 2 August 2022

Sent to Oxfordshire County Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 3725356.

All along Twelve Acre Drive between Lodge Hill roundabout and Radley Road roundabout. Especially between Peachcroft Road junction and Radley Road. Vegetation growing on the path hides the kerb edge (which has a dangerously high drop to road level). Couple with encroaching vegetation - often thorny and at head height - reduces this path to barely one person's width. VERY dangerous when 2 or more people wish to pass and one is in peril of being forced into the road or risk injury from thorny and/or stinging plants. Children in buggies also very vulnerable.

Council ref: 3725356

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  • Thank you for your suggestion, it will be added to a list which are assessed and prioritised by our Safety Team. We will now close this report, but if your suggestion gets selected for action we will let you know.

    Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 15:53, Tue 2 August 2022

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