Pedestrian crossings

Report a problem with a pedestrian crossing

The link below takes you directly to our fault reporting system, where you can simply pinpoint the problem on a map and your message will be sent direct to the appropriate authority.

How we decide where to put crossings

We need to make sure that the schemes that will bring the most benefits to our local communities are our highest priority.

We review all requests for local transport improvements like new pedestrian crossings, traffic calming, cycle lanes or footpaths to see how well they help us meet our main objectives. These are to:

  • Improve the economy
  • Improve public safety and health
  • Tackle climate change
  • Improve access to employment, education, health facilities and other services
  • Improve quality of life

You will find more information about our priorities and main objectives in our Local Transport Plan

The Lead Member for Transport and Environment approves a planned programme of local transport improvements each year. You can find details of the latest programme in the papers for the Lead Member for Transport and Environment meeting – 20 March 2017

Contact us

For more information or to request a new crossing, please contact the Transport Planning team.