Cllr Dee Simson and Cllr Steve Bell are campaigning for two new pedestrian crossings in Woodingdean to connect local cycling infrastructure and parks.
- A new crossing over Falmer Road to connect Woodingdean's two main walking and cycling paths, including the Drove Road path and the Woodingdean to Falmer path that has recently been resurfaced.
- A new crossing over Bexhill Road to the skate park, to improve safety for children.
Working alongside residents, Steve and Dee are lobbying the council and plan to take a petition to the December Council meeting to request these crossings be added to the priority list.
75% of residents supported a new skate park crossing in Steve and Dee's recent survey.
Information about this petition
This petition for two new pedestrian crossings in Woodingdean will run until Thursday 15 December 2022, at which point it will be presented to the Full Council meeting. Your petition signature will be retained until a decision is made by Brighton & Hove City Council on whether to install two new pedestrian crossings in Woodingdean.