No indication of a footpath

I AM concerned there have apparently been no developments with regard to a road sign warning of pedestrians crossing Moor Lane, Worle

I AM concerned there have apparently been no developments with regard to a road sign warning of pedestrians crossing Moor Lane, Worle, at the southern end of the railway bridge approach. This point is in heavy use particularly at rush-hour times, mainly by schoolchildren. When driving on the south, or downward, section there is no indication that a footpath is present. The footpath position is also obscured by a large overgrown hedge when approaching from the north. Is this hedge a council responsibility to maintain? I regard this as extremely hazardous and believe that correct signage in both directions is urgently required. The section involved is between Old Mill Way and northward along Moor Lane, just past the traffic lights.E D BROWN - Curlew Gardens, Worle


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