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How can I request a pedestrian dropped crossing?
Pedestrian dropped crossings are usually placed on high usage footways like routes to schools, shopping centres,and hospitals where they benefit the most users.
The local parish/ town council is consulted with on most service requests that we receive for new highway assets e.g. road signs, road markings, pedestrian crossings etc to ensure that they are in support.
We would therefore encourage residents who consider there is a need for a pedestrian dropped crossing to discuss the request with the local parish/town council. This is so that they can indicate if they are in support of the request. The County Council is unlikely to authorise requests that are not supported by the parish/ town Council.
It would be helpful when making your request to the parish/town council and the County Council if you could provide the following details to support your request::
You can make a request for a new pedestrian dropped crossing by: