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The cycle route from Aberystwyth to Trawscoed crosses the A487 at Llanfarian. There is an urgent need for a safe crossing point, especially for children. There can be a heavy density of traffic in both directions with limited visibility of ... [more]

Cycle hangars so people living in flats can store their bikes safely and out of the weather. It only takes 1 car parking space to store 6 bikes

Marine Terrace should be pedestrianised

Remove one of the lanes of traffic and create segregated cycleways on both sides of the carriageway.

There should be cycleways along both sides of Park Avenue.

This junction should be traffic-light controlled and there should be cycleways on Waunfawr Road, the B4572 and on both sides of Penglais Hill. Cycleways and pedestrians should have priority at the junction.

This is a dangerous and congested junction. It should be changed to a four-way traffic-light controlled junction with wider pavements and priority for pedestrians

Vaynor Street should be changed to one-way towards North Road.

This junction should be changed to be a four-way traffic-light controlled junction to give priority to active travel and that would also slow the flow of traffic and make the area better for people not in vehicles.

This area is far too vehicle -orientated. This should be reduced to a single-lane road which would still leave space for parking as well as much wider pavements that would mean there would be more space for events such as the farmers market ... [more]

This should be a simple four-way traffic-light controlled crossroads with priority given to active travel options. A very dangerous junction to cross on foot in multiple directions and similarly dangerous for cyclists, especially those curr ... [more]

Pavements are much too narrow. One of the traffic lanes should be removed and the pavements widened.

The access to Queens Rd needs to be made slower. Very difficult to cross at times due to the speed cars are able to enter the corner. This whole junction should be improved with traffic light controlled flow that prioritises active travel.

This is the A487 and a trunk road and it goes trough the main shopping street. The road should be de-trunked and pedestrianised

The A487 is wide enough here to support the creation of a cyclepath to allow residents of the extended communities of Bow Street, Penygarn, Rhydypennau and Llandre to access the new Bow Street station (as well as existing village services) ... [more]

Fast trunk road with bends without clear line of sight and no pavement or cyclepath. Improvements here, or an alternative Active Travel route between Tal-y-bont and Taliesin will allow more people to move between the two communities without ... [more]

Steep hill into and out of Tal-y-bont without a pavement or cyclepath. There is a cyclepath at the exit of the village but for travelling north users have to cross the trunk road at a location where southbound vehicles are accelerating out ... [more]

This is the direct route from Aberystwyth and the new Bow Street railway station to the outlying villages of Tal-y-bont, Ta;iesin and Tre'r Ddol. There is a shared use path that extends alongside the A487 from the outskirts of Tal-y-bont bu ... [more]

Very busy bit of the road, lots of cyclists using the pavement as visibility is poor, would link Aberystwyth, Penparcau and Trefechan and enable a safe route to the nearby school and in to work for the majority of the population of the Aber ... [more]

Pavements could replace cars parking bays, making more space for bike parking and cafe seating

Cyclists coming down Aberystwyth Road should be allowed to continue down Pendre to access the town centre, without having to go around the one way system

William Street could be accessible to residents cars only, making more space for pedestrians

Carparking could be replaced by pavement, allowing tables and chairs outside pubs and cafes

Market hill could be pedestrianised during the day

Chancery Lane could be pedestrianised during the day.

A segregated cycleway along Gwbert Road would allow the residents of Ferwig Road, Cwnc y Dintir, Maesglas etc to cycle to town

Improved, segregated cycleway could connect town centre to Parc Teifi

A cycleway along Aberystwyth Road would connect Tesco, the secondary school and the town centre. Safe crossing points would enable people to cycle from north park to the primary school along Napier Street

St Mary's Street could be pedestrianised during the day.

High Street could be pedestrianised during the day. Deliveries at either end of the day.

There is no pavement on one side of the road for a short section. Crossing the road and back to use the pavement the other side is difficult and dangerous. Narrowing the road here and elsewhere in the village to reduce traffic speed would m ... [more]

Cycleway needed to link Penparcau and cycle trail in Rhydyfelin

Very narrow pavement on trunk road, prevents safe travel from Maes/Clos crugiau residential areas towards Penparcau

The main route from Penparcau all the way into Aberystwyth. There isn't a route, so lots of people are going on the pavement. This is a gentle slope into Aberystwyth and goes via Trefchan too

Pavement needed here

Crossing the road here is impossible. So dangerous

Pavement too narrow here

Remove give way lines from cycle lane

Proper pedestrian crossing needed here

Cycle lanes needed here

Make the pedestrian crossing more responsive

Zebra crossing needed

Remove parking and allow contraflow cycling

Needs a proper pedestrian crossing

Connect the cycle lane to the centre of town properly

Pavement way too narrow here

Take away a lane of traffic along this entire road make it one way and put in a cycleway and a wider pavement

Take away a lane of traffic and put a Cycleway there. None of this shared space nonsense

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