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Pedestrian and cyclists crossing point on A23 between Earlswood Lakes and Asylum Arch Road and defined cycle route into heart of Earlswood

We the undersigned petition Surrey County Council to Create a pedestrian/cyclist crossing over the A23 between Earlswood Lakes and Asylum Arch Road and define a clear cycle path between the Earlswood Lakes and into the heart of Earlswood around Brambletye Park Road/Emlyn Road.

Earlswood Lakes is a place many people enjoy. You can walk your dog, play football, have a picnic, feed the ducks, run, build dens and much more. However by the A23/Asylum Arch Road it is hard to cross because there are no lights nor a Zebra Crossing. There is one crossing further up on A23, but that takes a while to walk to. Many people therefore drive to Earlswood Lakes from Earlswood and that isn't good for the planet or the local area. Also if there was a crossing, more people might walk or cycle into work and school in Earlswood, which would also help for cleaner air and safer roads. If you would like to petition the council for a crossing and cycle route into Earlswood from the lakes, across the A23, then please sign this petition.

Started by: Niall Macgregor

This ePetition ran from 22/06/2021 to 22/10/2021 and has now finished.

176 people signed this ePetition.