Limit the use and installation of pedestrian crossings to where it can be clearly shown there is a need for such installation and not allow the current system of 'desire lines' to dictate where these crossings are placed.

Why is this idea important?

This would stop Councils spending unecessary money installing and maintaining crossings which are often placed in anapproriate areas, ie on the entry and exit roads to roundabouts, habing 4 crossings within 200 yds of each other, in the middle of someones drive etc.

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