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The kerb is collapsing because vehicles are mounting it on the corner endangering pedestrians

Reported via iOS in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 17:30, Saturday 13 January 2024

Sent to East Lothian Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 5438636.

As the images show, vehicles are causing the kerb to degrade. Buses and commercial vehicles, and SUVs too regularly mount the kerb, not just when the traffic is backed up on the gyratory. The pavement is not very wide here. A better design of the gyratory is required. Or remove it and create a larger public space arra.

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  • To expand on this, removing the gyratory to create a public space would entail returning the countess road - station road junction to 2 way. Hardly a biggy. Might reduce the number of cars needlessly doing that circuit and benefit everyone. The new 2 way system could easily be re-engineered to benefit pedestrians and cyclists who currently have their desirelines frustrated by a car friendly wide road.

    Posted anonymously at 17:34, Saturday 13 January 2024

  • Boundary wall is falling apart next to the drying green. As children sometimes play there it's not very safe.

    Posted anonymously at 15:17, Sunday 21 January 2024

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