That kind of thing really annoys me. Either it's acutely dangerous and needs fixing, in which case cone it off so no-one comes to grief and fix it ASAP. Or it isn't, in which case don't force people to walk in the road on a narrow road with a 60 mph limit. You can't have it both ways. Going from the GSV footage, I'd go with the latter - it's hardly impossible to walk on (any more than the rest of that excuse for a pavement is, at any rate).Fenlander wrote: ↑Mon Jan 31, 2022 13:015 years and counting for this pavement collapse, its an NSL stretch of road so you're brave if you try to walk past it along the road.
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