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Dangerous crossing at Reginald Terrace LS7

Reported via desktop in the Traffic lights category by Tony Pryce at 16:34, Fri 21 April 2023

Sent to Leeds City Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4471200.

The Traffic light crossing at the junction of Reginald Centre and Chapeltown Road is a dangerous problem for pedestrian as there is no pedestrian crossing signal. It means that people either have to observe the traffic lights themselves at angle of difficulty; made more difficult when the sun is bright or rely on the good will of the drivers who sometimes stray across the boundary of crossing, This is a busy thoroughfare given that it is a route to the Reginald Centre multi-purpose hub: hell for the elderly.

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  • Most certainly has not been fixed. This is a dangerous crossing, especially when cars overlap the stop line. Driver's are not always mindful to know that the pedestrian is unaware when it is time for the cars to proceed as said pedestrian has to watch the traffic light, designed for cars, which is set to the right of the bevelled crossing point. People often have to cross it blind. It is made worse on a sunny day when you can't make out the traffic light: an accident waiting to happen.

    Posted by Tony Pryce at 14:51, Tue 23 May 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • I don't know why you are wasting my time. Of course it isn't fixed. Is this going to be the state of affairs from now on where every so often you'll ask me whether the problem has been resolved. Duuuuurgh! Silly me. I should have known the area isn't middle class enough or gentrified enough for anything to be done and dare I say it maybe too black. I should have classed the area as Chapel Allerton to get a response. Please don't ask me again because I won't respond.

    Posted by Tony Pryce at 18:09, Wed 21 June 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

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