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Trees obscuring pedestrian traffic lights

Reported via desktop in the Trees category by John Knight at 20:00, Thu 22 July 2021

Sent to Bristol City Council less than a minute later

On approaching pedestrian traffic lights on the A320 ,St Phillips Causeway near the rear of the Black Castle, the view of the lights is obscured, when using the inside lane, for Sandy Park, by the leaves from the trees.

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  • I reported this problem last year. When the leaves had dropped, one could see the lights. Now the leaves have grown again, one cannot see the nearside lights until a few yards away

    Posted by John Knight at 09:39, Fri 20 August 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • This problem has still not been dealt with. To make it clear, it is the lights by the Black Castle, on the A4320 that are obstructed when using the nearside lane in the direction of Sandy Park. One can not see the lights until almost at them, caused by the leaves on the row of trees that stretch the slow left hand. John Knight

    Posted by John Knight at 12:58, Wed 22 September 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • I have now found, it is not possible to see the lights in question from the middle lane as well as the nearside lane. This is an urgent situation from a safety point of view, and pedestrians will be unaware of motorists unable to see the lights.

    Posted by John Knight at 20:50, Thu 21 October 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • I was reluctant to reply " FIXED" though there has been work done and visibility is much improved. There are still maybe 2 trees further back that it would be of benefit to visibility . Other than the trees having to be cut back every year, maybe it it is time to position the lights so they overhang the one lane, as has been done near Avon Meads . John Knight

    Posted by John Knight at 13:15, Thu 2 December 2021

  • If the issue still exists, please review the location and the description and let us know by creating a new enquiry on FixMyStreet

    State changed to: Closed

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 10:42, Thursday 12 May 2022

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