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145868Photo #145868The pavement is needing widened and resurfaced it is very dangerous.Track:
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144630Photo #144630Loads of room on very wide road for segregated cycle path between cardenden and lochgelly. Currently scary to ride due to very fast drivers. Could make a fantastic link between villagesCycleway:
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143349Photo #143349There are currently three roads from Kirkcaldy to Dunfermline but none have safe cycle paths on them. This would be the ideal road for a segregated path which would link infrastructure already available in Dunfermerline and Kirkcaldy. Would be beneficial to commuters, college students and leisure cyclists.Cycleway:
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143348Photo #143348An old pavement runs the length of this road and could easily be made into a cycle path, substantially improving the links between Cowdenbeath and Kirkcaldy.Cycleway:
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143347Photo #143347Used as a rat race for cars- supposed to be part of the national cycle network. It is the only quiet road to Lochgelly - but is very unsafe to ride on without a proper cycle path. With a cycle path, people could access things like the Fife cycle park which is currently impossible to access without a car.Cycleway:
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143346Photo #143346Cars are using the High Street as a road, even though it is supposedly pedestrianised. This is endangering pedestrians, making it hard to social distance and making the High Street an undesirable place to visit.Temporary closure:
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141749Photo #141749Narrow pavement and sub-standard 1.15m-wide cycle lane. At peak hours, there are streams of pedestrians, mainly students and school pupils, on both pavement and into the road, plus high numbers of eastbound cyclists, but eastbound cars are pushed into the cycle lane by westbound traffic overtaking a line of parked cars opposite. Suggest removing the parking opposite and using the additional width to widen both pavement and cycle lane.Track:
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141610Photo #141610Needs to be converted to cycle path - drivers speeding make it unsafe currentlyCycleway:
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141397Photo #141397A cycle path is needed on this road to allow safe commuting for people to schools and workplaces in St Andrews.Cycleway:
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141393Photo #141393Needs to be converted to cycle path - drivers speeding make it unsafe currentlyCycleway:
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141390Photo #141390A cycle path is needed on this road to allow safe commuting for people to schools and workplaces in St Andrews.Cycleway:
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141367Photo #141367Overgrown treesTrack:
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141249Photo #141249Cycleway/pavement along ridge road to St Andrews. Too many cars these days. Also good for walkers.Cycleway:
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141144Photo #141144Cycle provision stops abruptly on a side street / pavement here, resulting in a disconnect between Pathhead and Promenade. Very off-putting. Create on-road cycle lane using one of the existing two car/street lanes.Cycleway:
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141140Photo #141140Cycleway is unmarked on pavement, creating conflicts with residents exiting from their houses, and then the cycle way suddenly stops without direction nor continuation. It would be much better the cycleway would be marked continuous on Overton Rd (C97) all the way, avoiding where residents customarily park their cars.Cycleway:
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139083Photo #139083Road too narrow and busy for safe, healthy cycling.Cycleway:
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138913Photo #138913Unsafe road, especially for children walking or cycling into St Andrews from Strathkinness. Off-road bike/walking path needed. Will also reduce car traffic.Track:
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138607Photo #138607Narrow section of Fife Coastal Path between Dalgety Bay and Inverkeithing, a joint footway / cycle way. Overgrown vegetation on the section west of Seafield House limits space for walkers and cyclists to pass safelyTrack:
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138588Photo #138588A fantastic opportunity to get a cycle way to St. Andrews - currently feels too unsafe. Would be so good for the environment and residents.Cycleway:
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138553Photo #138553Wider pavement for pedestrians and cyclists going to Queen Anne schoolTrack:
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138546Photo #138546Busy road. Cycleway needed to connect Pittencrieff Park to Queensferry Ro@d cyclewayCycleway:
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138455Photo #138455Make this a safe cyclewayCycleway:
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138215Photo #138215Put a pavement in - there is not one - there is no continuous footpath along Ridgeway from one end to the other, many of the drop kerbs are also missingTrack:
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138183Photo #138183Traffic too fast. Traffic calming needed and a cycle path.Cycleway:
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138173Photo #138173The path narrows quite a lot cycling from the kirk towards the sailing clubCycleway:
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138148Photo #138148There is only pavement on one side of the road, meaning you have to step onto a busy road to pass people. A wider pavement, or pavement on both sides of the road would helpTrack:
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138128Photo #138128Path becomes very narrow for short period causing congestion for walkers and cyclists.Track:
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138127Photo #138127Dedicated cycle path (not painted lines on the road) to CrossgatesCycleway:
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138126Photo #138126Path too narrow for 2 metre distanceTrack:
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138120Photo #138120Starting here along the coastal path till the end of seal strand is very very narrowCycleway:
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138112Photo #138112Nowhere to lock up a bike (between health centre or library). Think at least one bike rail should be considered for most public buildings and health centres.Track:
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137395Photo #137395There is no way to safely cycle from Strathkinness to St Andrews. If there were a cycle path lots of us could cycle to work or school on a daily basis.Cycleway:
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136837Photo #136837David Russell Hall to Doubledykes road; currently a narrow painted 'cycle lane' which cars frequently park in.Cycleway:
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136791Photo #136791Please add a cycleway along the High Road from St Andrews to StrathkinnessCycleway:
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136761Photo #136761Create on-road cycle lane. Current Cycleway is marked as shared pavement but seriously narrowed by 'street furniture' and temporary signage. Pavement is far too narrow for shared use and cycle path stops abruptly before the traffic-light-junction - making many cyclist continue on a narrow pavement conflicting with pedestrians. Typical for 'cycle provision': in bits, non-connecting, ending where most needed. Suggestion: Road is broad enough for on-road cycle lane.Cycleway:
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135774Photo #135774To help cross fast road. Pedestrian crossing would be better.Track:
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135515Photo #135515No brainer!!!! should have already been done!!! how can a path from Crail be nearly finished but Strath to St. A is still being 'considered'?????Cycleway:
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133684Photo #133684It is clear we need a cycle path here. This would also encourage cyclists to use this route than other more dangerous routes such as the Craigtoun road, which would benefit from a footpath to the park, or signage to guide you via Mount Melville which might be saferCycleway:
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133579Photo #133579There is no pavement on this route, it is very unsafe to walk at present, this would be an easy route to walk St Andrews to Strathkinness if pavement was there.Track:
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133486Photo #133486Very small path given high volume of pedestrians and cyclistsTemporary closure:
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133444Photo #133444For children to safely walk to the new Madras College from StrathkinnessTrack:
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133335Photo #133335The High Road is only a short distance between Strathkinness and St Andrews yet nobody can walk/cycle safely here. Cars speed along and there is nowhere safe to jump out of the way. I’m surprised there haven’t been more fatalities- probably because folk here have given up and just use their cars. Please give us a Cyclepath or pavement. It’s crazy that being only a couple of miles out of St Andrews, Strathkinness feels so cut off. There is no safe way to walk or cycle to St Andrews. We really need thisCycleway:
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133332Photo #133332Strathkinness is so cut off from St Andrews unless you have a car!! Please let us leave our cars at home and cycle or walk this short distance. It’s a win win idea!! More exercise, less pollution, less cars in St Andrews, less need for parking in St Andrews!Track:
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133330Photo #133330The High Road is a twisty dangerous road at the moment. It’s frustrating as it is such a short distance from St Andrews yet everyone living in Strathkinness and around this area has to drive 2 miles to get to town!! Please give a a Cyclepath or pavement. It would bring so much joy to this otherwise cut off communityCycleway:
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133326Photo #133326Strathkinness is such a short distance to St Andrews yet we cannot walk or cycle because the High Rd is full of speeding cars and vans. We need a Cyclepath or a pavement. So many people would use this including children cycling to the new Madras.Cycleway:
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133317Photo #133317We cannot walk what is a short distance to time because it is too dangerous with speeding cars and vans. Please give us a pavementTrack:
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133315Photo #133315It’s too unsafe to cycle on the High Road at the moment which is very frustrating as it would be so easy with a Cyclepath. I work in the University and my children go to school at Madras. We would all cycle if we could and leave our car at home. Please give us a Cyclepath or at the very least, a pavement.Cycleway:
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133313Photo #133313If there was a Cyclepath or pavement on the High Rd between Strathkinness and St Andrews it would mean people and children could walk/cycle safely into town and leave the car at home. It is too dangerous to walk or cycle at the moment. With the new Madras college being built so close, it would mean children could cycle/walk to school. Many people who live in Strathkinness work in the University and would walk/cycle instead of having to take their cars that short distance. Strathkinness feels very cut off with so few options to walk anywhere, yet it is so close to St Andrews.Track:
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133286Photo #133286Pathway so we can walk or cycle to St AndrewsTrack:
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133189Photo #133189Needs a cycle way / footpath for cyclists walkers and runners. Very family friendly route between Strathkinness and St. Andrews just not very friendly road.Cycleway:
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133187Photo #133187A footpath along the High Road would make the walk into St Andrews much safer.Track:
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133179Photo #133179Safe path needed for walking/cycling to St AndrewsTrack:
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133031Photo #133031There are loads of babies and toddlers in the village who would benefit from a cycle path to connect us to St. Andrews. It’s currently not safe to cycle with a bike carrier because you can’t get out of the way quickly if a car is coming. Would be of huge benefit to us!Cycleway:
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132994Photo #132994There should be a cycle and walking path. It is so dangerous to walk into the town and back but is easily walkable/bikeable with a path and would help health and the need to drive.Cycleway:
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132992Photo #132992There needs to be a shared cycleway and footpath linking Strathkinness and St Andrews including to the university and new madrasTrack:
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132985Photo #132985Strathkinness-St Andrews could be easily travelled by bike or on foot but with the current narrow road (and no speed limiting measures for cars) it feels too unsafe. A cycleway would make environmentally friendly travel much more feasible.Cycleway:
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132948Photo #132948We need a cyclcway from here to Strathkinness. Most people who live in Strathkinness commute to St Andrews by car daily. Many would cycle if it was safe to do so.Cycleway:
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132947Photo #132947I am a cyclist who regularly uses the Strathkinness High Road as part of my route, my concern is the speed of vehicles on the narrow sections which could be avoided if there was a cycle/footpath.Cycleway:
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132942Photo #132942It is just 2.25 miles from here to David Russell Apartments and connection to the St Andrews town cycle paths. If there was a cycleway here my family and I would definitely cycle to St Andrews daily, rather than using our cars to commute.Cycleway:
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132921Photo #132921Safe route to new school required.Track:
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132918Photo #132918Safe route to new school required.Cycleway:
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132915Photo #132915Many commuters from strathkinness to St. Andrews on the high road but road is too busy currently too cycle with dangerous bendsCycleway:
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132905Photo #132905Cycleway so kids can get to school safelyCycleway:
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132898Photo #132898The High Road is narrow with several steep bends. A cycleway and footpath would make the rout much safer for those travelling by bike or on foot.Cycleway:
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132893Photo #132893Between strathkinness and st andrews there is no provision for cyclists or pedestrians. there is a new school being built on the starthkinness side of st andrews and it would be good for pupils to be able to walk or cycle to school safely from the strathkinness area, reducing car usage from parents. it will be also used more by people working in st andrews and living in strathkinness, who likewise, would be able to not use a fuel powered mode of transport. it would encourage more walking.Cycleway:
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132889Photo #132889No safe cycle path. Needed to encourage non car use for cyclists of all ages between Strathkinness and St.Andrews.Cycleway:
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132869Photo #132869Fast moving traffic along here between St Andrews and Strathkinness means it is too dangerous to walk between along here.Track:
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132862Photo #132862Roads are unsafe for walking and cycling and we desperately need a cycle path between Strathkinness and st AndrewsCycleway:
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132858Photo #132858Need to cycle and walk safely to St Andrews.Cycleway:
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132846Photo #132846Too much traffic and heavy goods vehicles using the roads around Strathkinness to short cut into St Andrews. The roads are not wide enough for the traffic using them. A no access apart from resident should be put on the road for Peak times say 7.30 to 10.00 and 3.30 to 6.30.
It is not acceptable that drivers are allow to use Strathkinness as a rat run to get into St Andrews
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132845Photo #132845No footpath. Footpath required to allow safe access between Strathkninness and Bishop's wood, for school groups and exercise.Track:
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132839Photo #132839The high road into St Andrews is not safe for walking or cycling too narrow and speeding traffic short cutting into St AndrewsCycleway:
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132835Photo #132835Proximity of cars to padestrians and cyclists. Close road to cars or significantly widen route to seperate different user groups.Track:
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132833Photo #132833This is a very busy road . A cycle path would allow access to Craigtoun Park in a safe and environmentally suitable way. It would encourage families to leave the car behind.Cycleway:
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132832Photo #132832No footpath out the village. The road is dangerous for pedestrians.Track:
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132831Photo #132831Quite a busy road and with increased use when new school comes on stream a dedicated cycle / footpath is required for road safety. It would also encourage healthy travel patterns with a safe environment.Cycleway:
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132830Photo #132830A cycle/footpath on the Strathkinness High Road has been an aspirational project for decades. Fife Council and Sustrans seemed close to bringing the project to fruition but sadly it was dropped for financial reasons. The pathway should have been an integral part of the St.Andrews West Plan to allow a safe and greener route to St.Andrews and particularly to the new Madras College. So come on Fife Council , if you're serious about creating a greener Fife, now's you're chance to prove it. Re-instate your plans.Track:
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132818Photo #132818There is a blind summit here and not all drivers are patient enough to wait until they have a clear view before overtaking cyclists. A cycle path would improve safety, and encourage more people to cycle to St Andrews for work, school and shopping. The distance from Strathkinness to St Andrews is an easy commute via bike, but currently not as safe as it could be.Cycleway:
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132814Photo #132814No cycle path, very dangerous. Need a cycle path to St Andrew's.Cycleway:
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132722Photo #132722To make walking and cycling between Strathkinness and St Andrews a safe option for children and families, the easiest and most cost-effective way would surely to be to close the High Road to through traffic. I love driving this road for the view but I would gladly forego this for the benefit of cyclists and pedestrians... and so that I could enjoy the view from my bicycle instead.Temporary closure:
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132645Photo #132645A historically quiet rural road now buzzing with cars. It would be great if there could be a cycleway or footpath from Strathkinness to St. Andrews to keep the public safe and also very happy. I know it would mean a lot to the village and even be hugely beneficial once the new secondary school is finished to the east of St. Andrews which would allow school pupils to commute healthily and with options.Cycleway:
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132622Photo #132622Make a cyclepathCycleway:
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132601Photo #132601Before new school opens the children of Strathkinness need a safe way to travel to school either walking or cycling. Preferably both.Track:
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132599Photo #132599With the increased uptake in cycling and walking a cycle path/walkway between Strathkinness and St Andrews is necessary to ensure safety for both pedestrians and cyclists. Due to the narrowness of the road the implementation of a one way system on the C21 may be a possible solutionCycleway:
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132598Photo #132598The new Madras College wi be open to pupils within the next 18 months so it would be ideal for the kids to cycle/walk to the new school from StrathkinnessTrack:
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132588Photo #132588As a car driver, visibility of both pedestrians and cyclists - many more this year - is not good round bends in this road, with the growth on the verges also obscuring what is ahead. At certain times of the year this is a bad road for very low sun in the eyes.Track:
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132583Photo #132583A walkway between Strathkinness and St Andrews has been on the agenda for years - lets do this now, cut CO2, get some exercize and let the kids walk/ cycle to school safelyTrack:
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132581Photo #132581No cycle pathCycleway:
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132578Photo #132578This road would be improved with a footpath/cycle way. Lots more people would cycle/walk into St Andrews if they felt safer to do so.Cycleway:
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132576Photo #132576With the use of public transport being discouraged it makes sense to provide a safe walking path between St Andrews and Strathkinness. At the moment it is not safe to do so as the road is busy and cars speed on it.Track:
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132487Photo #132487Would be nice to have a bike path connecting Cupar and St. Andrews, there are patches now but in some areas it is dangerous.Cycleway:
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132479Photo #132479The issue is an unsafe road to cycle or walk along. The provision of a cycle path would provide a safe means for children and adults from Strathkinness to travel to and forth from St Andrews - increased need when the new secondary school opens - a cycle path would greatly serve to improve the health and well-being of all local residents.Cycleway:
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132475Photo #132475There is no pavement or cycle path along the C32 connecting Star and Kennoway to Markinch/Balbirnie Park yet walkers and cyclists frequently use the road which drivers come along at speed. There are numerous blind bends and summits meaning you have to zig zag across the road to avoid being hit.Track:
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132471Photo #132471The new Madras College opens in the near future and a significant number of pupils will be based in Strathkinness. At the moment there is no provision for a safe means of either walking or cycling between Strathkinness and St Andrews/the new school. A footpath/cycle path along the high road is a much needed improvement and would complement Fife Council's Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan.Cycleway:
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132464Photo #132464No footpath and unsafe for cyclists. Should be a safe path to St.A new school for cyclists.Cycleway:
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132436Photo #132436A cycleway between Strathkinness and St Andrews would benefit both communities and with the new Madras school is now essentialCycleway:
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132435Photo #132435Cycle way/footpath combo required. Improve access to new high school.Cycleway:
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132434Photo #132434Need a cycle path and walkway next to this road. It would be a big help for staff and students commuting to the university and pupils to the new school. It would also be if benefit to tourists.Cycleway:
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132433Photo #132433The speed limit and bends means cyclists are massively at risk because of no designated space that cars don’t go in. Because there is no housing no cars would park over the cycle lane and keep it preserved. It would also mean more signage to remind drivers to be aware and slow down on blind bends.Cycleway:
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132390Photo #132390A pavement from strathkinness to bishops wood would allow for safer access to this community facility including for school and nursery.Track:
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