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Overgrown bushes and trees along cycle route

Reported in the Obstruction category anonymously at 15:49, Tue 2 August 2016

Sent to Bristol City Council 1 minute later

The cycle route from St Phillip's Causeway along the River Avon towards Temple Meads is severely obstructed in many places by over hanging branches, bushes and shrubs. The obstructions have been getting worse over the last month, route is currently blocked. Also, are any improvements planned to this route as a result of the paintworks development?

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  • Enquiry raised

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 15:51, Tue 2 August 2016

  • Under Investigation

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 16:44, Tue 2 August 2016

  • No Further Action req

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 07:23, Thu 4 August 2016

  • St Philips causeway inbound and outbound has large and small debris in the cycle lane such as wooden boards carpet roof racks nails bricks bread bin some of this is large enough that if windy could cause a real danger to public safety. Also most of the storm drains have grass and weeds growing out of them.there is also bushs overgrown on the footpath which means you have to duck to avoid.

    Posted by Darren gast at 20:13, Mon 10 October 2016

  • St Philips causeway inbound and outbound has large and small debris in the cycle lane such as wooden boards carpet roof racks nails bricks bread bin some of this is large enough that if windy could cause a real danger to public safety. Also most of the storm drains have grass and weeds growing out of them.there is also bushs overgrown on the footpath which means you have to duck to avoid.

    Posted by Darren gast at 10:50, Tue 11 October 2016

  • St Philips causeway inbound and outbound has large and small debris in the cycle lane such as wooden boards carpet roof racks nails bricks bread bin some of this is large enough that if windy could cause a real danger to public safety. Also most of the storm drains have grass and weeds growing out of them.there is also bushs overgrown on the footpath which means you have to duck to avoid.

    Posted by Darren gast at 11:04, Tue 11 October 2016

  • This is just one side of carriageway

    Posted anonymously at 18:52, Thu 13 October 2016

  • Your enquiry has been investigated and deemed that no action is required at present.

    Posted by Bristol City Council at 18:55, Thu 13 October 2016

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