Thursday, August 20
Sunday, August 2
|Improved pedestrian and cycle path|
See this speculative blog post that I made a few months ago (which includes links to other blog posts on the subject):
The path is now raised and has a curb, it also has had the number of exists/entrances that cut through the path reduced, making it far more acceptable as a way of getting into Waterlooville on foot.
As well as those practical features, there are also big 'planters' with trees and a few seats placed along the path (street furniture).
Addition (9/8/15): I should also add that the upgraded path was essential to improve access to Waterlooville for those using mobility scooters. The improved path ties in with the building of the new ramp. Previously mobility scooter users had a long tortuous route that took them around the town centre and pass the fire station.
So why did it take so long to fix it?
It has been wrong for as long as this blog has been going, why didn't they do this from the start?
Plus - it of course doesn't fix the problem that the retail park was a bad idea from the start and has helped to ruin our town centre.