Pedestrian point of view

PUBLISHED: 16:51 17 May 2006 | UPDATED: 09:16 24 May 2010

Much has been said and written about the Cabstand fiasco. Most of it being true. Now I wish to complain from a pedestrian point of view. On leaving Waitrose and walking along Harbour Road into Station Road on the left, the pavement has been removed and a

Much has been said and written about the Cabstand fiasco. Most of it being true. Now I wish to complain from a pedestrian point of view. On leaving Waitrose and walking along Harbour Road into Station Road on the left, the pavement has been removed and a wide grass verge replaces it.I am aware of the path from Waitrose to the garage also the right side of Harbour Road has a pavement and on crossing Harbour Road and Station Road.With it there is a supposed 20 mph speed limit which most drivers seem to be unaware of, making it very dangerous to walk along.A R Stagg - South Avenue, Portishead

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