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Large quantity of Parked cars during the weej

Adroddwyd drwy iOS yn y categori Other Road Issues yn ddienw am 11:02, Dydd Mercher 7 Chwefror 2024

Anfon at Hampshire County Council 1 munud yn hwyrach. Cyfeirnod FixMyStreet: 5542679.

Please would someone come out during week days between 9-4 to look at the large volume of vehicles parked along shore road from the marine park which prevents any vehicle being able to drive from shore road to the village, on their side of the road. It is getting worse and it puts drivers at serious risk of an accident because they are taking a chance driving on the wrong side of the road long duration without clear visibility of vehicles approaching from the other side. It really is so dangerous. Can I suggest double yellow lines that are monitored on a regular basis. Thank you Simone

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  • Cyflwr wedi newid i: In progress

    Diweddarwyd gan Hampshire County Council am 12:17, Dydd Mercher 7 Chwefror 2024

  • We are not quite sure if this has been fixed as there is a large number of cones on that road which has now been pushed to one side so we don’t know if this was a temporary fix?

    Postiwyd yn ddienw am 11:39, Dydd Mercher 6 Mawrth 2024

  • Still large volume of cars parked on shore road outside the marina park which prevents us seeing oncoming traffic approaching. There’s no permanent gaps to pull in. An accident waiting to happen

    Postiwyd yn ddienw am 12:42, Dydd Mercher 3 Ebrill 2024
    Yn parhau i fod ar agor, trwy holiadur

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    Diweddarwyd gan Hampshire County Council am 16:06, Dydd Mercher 10 Ebrill 2024

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