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Unable to acess bridleway from the cycleway on the east side of A14

Reported via mobile anonymously at 21:57, Fri 15 September 2023

Sent to Mid Suffolk District Council and Suffolk County Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4999242.

Dropped kerb access to bridleway is blocked by crash barrier. Unclear where the bridleway is as there is another crash barrier adjacent to the slip road and then dense hedge thicket, but the sign suggests the birdleway should be accessible from the cycleway that crosses to the eastern slip road.

Bridleway sign and position of dropped kerbs visible here on Streetview: maps/ BUSMMn2zp6fz3sbYA

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  • The armco barriers at this point effectively disconnect the cyclepath on the roundabout from Haughley Bridleway 051 which starts here...a good example of a lack of joined up thinking by National Highways when it comes to cycling and walking infrastructure in major road projects

    Posted anonymously at 08:10, Sat 16 September 2023

  • Council bounced this to highways agency who said they weren't going to change the crash barriers. They say the bridleway is accessible by walking past the crash barriers on the slip road. This is all overgrown. They said they would cut it but don't know if they have yet (mid Oct 23)

    Posted anonymously at 07:31, Fri 20 October 2023
    Still open, via questionnaire

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