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I'm not sure why the path is laid out this way but why can't we just cycle in a straight line, rather than have to weave through these obstructions?

An unreasonable layout here, probably due to the large gates. The path should be straight across, to avoid making these awkward turns.

Extremely narrow footway here is a safety issue, two cyclists cannot pass easily. Also, the low sun at evening time flickers through the fencing, which is a huge distraction.

A dropped kerb needs to be clearly marked at both sides of this junction see #101915

A dropped kerb needs to be clearly marked at both sides of this junction see #101916

A very bad crossing point for walkers . The shared footway ends at this junction and you are faced with a very dangerous crossing or walking up a very narrow path. Walkers are expected to take a long route round - there are NO facilities fo ... [more]

Barton Airport @city_airport A very bad crossing point for walkers . The shared footway ends at this junction and you are faced with a very dangerous crossing. Walkers are expected to take a long route round - there are NO facilities for cy ... [more]

Barton Airport @city_airport A very bad crossing point for walkers . The shared footway ends at this junction and you are faced with a very dangerous crossing.see #101883 and #101914

Swinton Salford a desire line path needs to be made official routing the path a way from the cars . The desire line can be seen by the tyre marks of a bike and a person with a dog is on it.

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