I ask the government to adopt safe re-routing of Langford Lane, Bicester – not the proposed dangerous one
Closure of a level crossing in Langford Lane, Bicester, requires re-routing of Langford Lane.
I ask the government to choose the Orange Route proposed by residents, not the dangerous Red Route now planned.
The Red Route has a hairpin bend 11 metres from a riding school where children ride and where visitors congregate.
Pedestrians and horses would mingle with heavy farming and military transport on the hairpin bend.
Thames Valley Police Traffic Management have pointed to the dangers, including vehicles possibly going out of control at the hairpin bend. They confirmed the safety of the Orange Route.
The Red Route would be a continuing danger to all users, accidents waiting to happen.
Local residents have vigorously urged the well researched Orange Route.
More information, with maps of the two routes, is available at www.wgstables.co.uk.
This e-petition has been rejected with the following reason given:
E-petitions cannot be used to request action on issues that are outside the responsibility of the government. This includes:
- party political material
- commercial endorsements including the promotion of any product, service or publication
- issues that are dealt with by devolved bodies, eg The Scottish Parliament
- correspondence on personal issues
E-petitions cannot be used for freedom of information requests.
The following explanatory notes have been added:
Because this is a local road it is outside the responsiblities of Department for Transport. It would be for NR and the local authority to consider petitions.
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