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With so many communities within a short distance it should be a 40 mph road to encourage cycling. The added benefit of greater road safety for all road users.

Lots of residential properties and businesses on this section of road makes it inappropriate to be national speed limit. It should be a 40mph speed limit for greater road safety for all road users.

Reduce speed limit to 40 mph for the complete length of this road as dangerous and busy junction for vehicles let alone people on bikes.

Make pedestrianised only, apart from loading/unloading at certain times, to make safer for pedestrians.

Make one way from Wantz Road to Market Hill to ease congestion, cycle route and give space to improve pavement width.

Make Market Hill one way, towards Heybridge only. This will improve the flow and environment air issues.

Needs 'Keep Clear' road marking so that school access road is not blocked

Speed restrictions needed (20mph?) — cycling feels very dangerous at this point on Cycle Route 1 due to cars speeding.

The pedestrian crossing is in the wrong place. It is difficult to see pedestrians emerging and dangerous. It should be moved onto or across the bridge, most users going to/from Maldon to/from Fullbridge or the Cromwell Lane footpath in any … [more]

The public footpath here is a complete mess and should be surfaced for pedestrians and bikes. Dog poo bin also needed

The riverside footpath/cycleway is very narrow here and land should be acquired to expand it.

The length of the High Street should have provision for cyclists

I think that the vehicle restrictive barrier at the Cherry tree bakery and cafe should be on the other side of the road. If the barrier was on the side by Mill House then the cycle path over Fullbridge could be continued to the shopping … [more]

Maintain (i.e. cut back) hedgerow and trees along existing Cycle/Footpath between Fambridge Road and Wycke Hill such that cyclists and pedestrians can maintain social distance at all times.

Encourage traffic to flow into Park Drive to access the by-pass. Too much traffic in Mill Road endangers school children using the school entrances.

Market Hill and High Street south are used as a rat run. High Street needs to be one way only (North to South aka top to botton) and should be 20 mph limit with pull over space for lorries unloading/delivering. All town parking should be … [more]

The speed limit between Great Totham and Heybridge needs to be reduced to 40 mph to encourage cycling.

These roads need to within a 20 mph speed limit zone.

This area needs to be a 20 mph speed limit.

Maldon High Street has died during the current Virus restrictions and you would be luck to see people in the high street, which has brought many businesses to their knees and making pavements wider would have no effect but to make it harder … [more]

This road is too far for pedestrians crossing in to the cemetery and for cars pulling out of the cemetery

Footbridge over the bypass would make crossing much safer

Speed camera required here, cars driving far too fast accelerating away from roundabout

Too dangerous to cycle on the bypass - a dedicated cycle path would be great.

Need a footpath or cycleway between Latchingdon and Mayland for easy access between each place.

Very narrow pavements down the street and this is the route for many children going to Latchingdon school. People don’t do 30 along there so it’s very fast traffic for very narrow pavements

There is no pavement to be able to walk safely from Cold norton to Latchingdon

There is no pavement to public right of way so not easy to get there.

I use this road regularly with my disabled husband and new born baby son and it has become a shame its not safe anymore. The dangers of on this road desperately need improvement as its close to not being able to use it at all now.

I use this road regularly with my disabled husband and new born baby son and it has become a shame its not safe anymore. The dangers of on this road desperately need improvement as its close to not being able to use it at all now.

The pavement is always blocked by parked cars which also make the access road too narrow for emergency vehicles

We need a cycle way along Heybridge Creek from Hall Road Lakes development to the end of Station Road so as to be safe cycling towards Maldon Town. I won’t use the Causeway, traffic is too busy, and the two roundabouts before Market Hill … [more]

It is national speed limit busy road dangerous to cycle on

No pavement on either side of the road. There are a few blind bends. So there ought to be a pavement, plus it should be a 20 mph speed limit

Need a pavement from Goldhanger Road around Basin Road and bend. The bend is dangerous for pedestrians walking along it.

We are unable to walk out of Heybridge Basin to Goldhanger Road due to there being no footway. Basin Road is a 30mph road, but speed is often an issue, there are areas where walking is very dangerous due to the road layout. This means we … [more]

BETTER SIGNAGE TO ALLOW MORE CYCLE USERS ON OLD RAILWAY

The pavement is narrow so social distancing is extremely difficult . During initial lockdown when there was little traffic it was possible to step into the road. This is no longer possible . The road is also narrow and due to the bends, … [more]

Busy road could be widened to allow a Cycle way to and from Maldon.

No pavement

Barrier to narrow for bikes with kids trailers and bigger wheel chairs. Forced to use the road to navigate arousn

Path to narrow for push chairs and wheel chairs because of two lamp posts on the path forces you near fast moving traffic

Vehicle restrictive barrier useless for bikes with baby trailers no way to navigate around without going on the road. Path to narrow when people do go Around it to avoid this barrier

Mud always boggy. Needs tarmac heavily used path for residents that live on the other side of the river

Loss gravel on foot trip hazard for elderly and kids

Leaving and entering Maldon this road is too fast when on a bike. Short bike lane needed down and up the hill. Road becomes safer as you get away from Maldon

Pavement as well as road lorry mount the path on the narrows going towards Langford

Road and Bridge too narrow for bikes in and out of Maldon from Langford. Existing path is gravel and too narrow for bikes

Only one side of road pavement throughout village which is narrow and need to use road. The speed limit needs to be reduced and enforced by traffic calming to 20 mph in a village with estimated 2500 vehicles.

30mph speed limit near roundabout & garden centre and crossing points for walkers needed

30mph speed limit near roundabout & garden centre and crossing points for walkers needed

The path by the bridge to Tesco (after Oak Meadow) is very overgrown- the hedges halve the width of the path

Pavement to allow pedestrian access to town

This is a very narrow passage connecting the high street with the Drs surgery signage to remind pedestrians to give way to one another on the path (it is very short and can clearly see each end) and enforcement of the no cycling rule with … [more]

This is a very narrow passage connecting the high street with the Drs surgery signage to remind pedestrians to give way to one another on the path (it is very short and can clearly see each end) and enforcement of the no cycling rule with … [more]

Market Hill to become one way as per MDC Green Infrastructure Strategy SPD adopted on 16 May 2019. The top of High Street also to become one way (widen pedestrian area) and open up one of the high street access points for traffic exiting … [more]

Make the high street 1 way, west to east. Traffic coming from the police station all turns left down Market Hill. Traffic coming up Market Hill all turns left down the High Street. Removes queueing (& pollution) from Market Hill. Allows … [more]

No footpath, but popular heath for walking, lots of cycling along this road between villages. Several properties & businesses trade off this road and a busy crossroads. All of which calls for the speed limit to be reduced to 40 mph.

Very narrow footpath with tight bends, bus stops & businesses. This should be a 30 mph road just like the wider road through Great Totham. Due to lighting road signs are already in place just need changing from 40 to 30. This would also … [more]

20 mph speed limit to encourage walking and cycling.

Very narrow pathway needs widening alongside busy road

Very narrow pathway needs widening alongside busy road

Very narrow pathway needs widening alongside busy road

Very narrow pathway needs widening alongside busy road

Wider/separated cycle way to allow for safer family commute between Maldon and Heybridge

Something like a narrower one-way system will need to be done along Highlands Drive to facilitate safely distanced school runs for both All Saints' and St Francis.

Safe cycle path needed for commuting between Danbury and Maldon.

This road needs a path to allow walking/cycling between Maldon and Danbury and access to the garden centre/workplaces along the route.

Narrow pathway needs widening on the hill to make it safer for bike commutes/taking children between Heybridge and Maldon town.

The road down from the bridge to the village shop and to the roundabout (Latchingdon Road) is too narrow/ badly maintained for people to walk safely down to village shop, particularly if they are mothers with children/ buggy.

Pavement not wide enough

Pavement not wide enough

Width reduced due to neglect have to walk in very busy road at a number of parts this whole stretch

Pavement width reduced due to neglect by highways

No traffic zone from top Market Hill to Police Station to improve shopping experience and reduce pollution.

Wider pavements to allow smaller hospitality business to open with outside seating

Replace zebra crossing with pelican crossing to help reduce pollution on the Hill

Fast road and corners with no pavement and cycle way from leisure park into village which discourages holiday makers from using local shop, pubs,restaurants and leisure opportunities.

Cycle way alongside footpath to St Peters Chapel avoiding fast roads across beautiful rural landscapes.

Pavement is too narrow

At the moment no cycling on this section. Would be good to widen path or set an alternative cycle path

To encourage more people to shop and feel safe, the top of the High Street should be pedestrianised permanently.

Pavement widening

There is a public footpath over the fields to Stoney Hills in Burnham if this could be widened into a proper footpath and cycle way it will provide a save route to Burnham for everyone. It would be fantastic to have a safe route for the … [more]

There is no footpath or cycle way and the traffic makes it too dangerous to walk along the road. It would be a huge benefit to the villages around Totham/ Braxted / Wickham Bishops to have a safe walking route to Heybridge and Maldon

Not enough space to social distance- need to walk in the road.

Cycle way and path from Southminster to Burnham-on-Crouch

National speed limit traffic and narrow road

People queue for alcohol at The Jolly Sailor so the public have to walk in the road to get past them . Close the Jolly Sailor.

There are some areas on the B1021 between southminster and Burnham where there is no pavement at all.

Only a path on one side of the street and that path is very narrow.

Wider pavements to allow smaller hospitality business to open with outside seating

Wider pavements to allow smaller hospitality business to open with outside seating

No room to pass and have to walk in road to pass another person

To many bikers blocking the quay and footpath

Introduce a “shared space” scheme through the High Street (similar to Colchester high street). Encourage traffic to use the bypass which would also have a knock on effect of reducing pollution on Market Hill. The road could be narrowed to … [more]

This end of the high street could be pedestrianised, creating more space for eateries to have outdoor areas and for people to move around with space between them. This allows businesses to create more income generating space and in turn … [more]

Pavement needs resurfacing and widening from The Limes Farm Shop to St Mary's church. With the new housing developments along Southminster Road and a Ormniston Academy along here. Social distancing is hard to follow and ends up with many … [more]

Too many parked cars to cycle safely

Bushes have grown over the pavement so much there is not enough room for buggies or wheelchairs. Hedges and trees have overgrown so much they need to be cut right back or cut down to clear ALL the pavement. It looks like residents have … [more]

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