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Underpass mural in Glenrothes. (2021) Pic: Rachel Webster. https://t.co/otL70yV2qT

There is no pavement connecting along Golf Course Road and Crompton Road

The pavement is needing widened and resurfaced it is very dangerous.

Narrow pavement and sub-standard 1.15m-wide cycle lane. At peak hours, there are streams of pedestrians, mainly students and school pupils, on both pavement and into the road, plus high numbers of eastbound cyclists, but eastbound cars … [more]

Overgrown trees

Unsafe road, especially for children walking or cycling into St Andrews from Strathkinness. Off-road bike/walking path needed. Will also reduce car traffic.

Narrow section of Fife Coastal Path between Dalgety Bay and Inverkeithing, a joint footway / cycle way. Overgrown vegetation on the section west of Seafield House limits space for walkers and cyclists to pass safely

Wider pavement for pedestrians and cyclists going to Queen Anne school

Put a pavement in - there is not one - there is no continuous footpath along Ridgeway from one end to the other, many of the drop kerbs are also missing

There is only pavement on one side of the road, meaning you have to step onto a busy road to pass people. A wider pavement, or pavement on both sides of the road would help

Path becomes very narrow for short period causing congestion for walkers and cyclists.

Path too narrow for 2 metre distance

Nowhere to lock up a bike (between health centre or library). Think at least one bike rail should be considered for most public buildings and health centres.

To help cross fast road. Pedestrian crossing would be better.

There is no pavement on this route, it is very unsafe to walk at present, this would be an easy route to walk St Andrews to Strathkinness if pavement was there.

For children to safely walk to the new Madras College from Strathkinness

Strathkinness is so cut off from St Andrews unless you have a car!! Please let us leave our cars at home and cycle or walk this short distance. It’s a win win idea!! More exercise, less pollution, less cars in St Andrews, less need for … [more]

We cannot walk what is a short distance to time because it is too dangerous with speeding cars and vans. Please give us a pavement

If there was a Cyclepath or pavement on the High Rd between Strathkinness and St Andrews it would mean people and children could walk/cycle safely into town and leave the car at home. It is too dangerous to walk or cycle at the moment. With … [more]

Pathway so we can walk or cycle to St Andrews

A footpath along the High Road would make the walk into St Andrews much safer.

Safe path needed for walking/cycling to St Andrews

There needs to be a shared cycleway and footpath linking Strathkinness and St Andrews including to the university and new madras

Safe route to new school required.

Fast moving traffic along here between St Andrews and Strathkinness means it is too dangerous to walk between along here.

No footpath. Footpath required to allow safe access between Strathkninness and Bishop's wood, for school groups and exercise.

Proximity of cars to padestrians and cyclists. Close road to cars or significantly widen route to seperate different user groups.

No footpath out the village. The road is dangerous for pedestrians.

A cycle/footpath on the Strathkinness High Road has been an aspirational project for decades. Fife Council and Sustrans seemed close to bringing the project to fruition but sadly it was dropped for financial reasons. The pathway should have … [more]

Before new school opens the children of Strathkinness need a safe way to travel to school either walking or cycling. Preferably both.

The new Madras College wi be open to pupils within the next 18 months so it would be ideal for the kids to cycle/walk to the new school from Strathkinness

As a car driver, visibility of both pedestrians and cyclists - many more this year - is not good round bends in this road, with the growth on the verges also obscuring what is ahead. At certain times of the year this is a bad road for very … [more]

A walkway between Strathkinness and St Andrews has been on the agenda for years - lets do this now, cut CO2, get some exercize and let the kids walk/ cycle to school safely

With the use of public transport being discouraged it makes sense to provide a safe walking path between St Andrews and Strathkinness. At the moment it is not safe to do so as the road is busy and cars speed on it.

There is no pavement or cycle path along the C32 connecting Star and Kennoway to Markinch/Balbirnie Park yet walkers and cyclists frequently use the road which drivers come along at speed. There are numerous blind bends and summits meaning … [more]

A pavement from strathkinness to bishops wood would allow for safer access to this community facility including for school and nursery.

A footpath would be well used and is entirely possible. From the village it could have a superb wood walk and then approaching St Andrews fantastic views over the estuary and beyond

No footpath. Should be able to walk/ cycle safely to st Andrews

It would make the road a lot more safer and it would allow local residents to walk into St. Andrews instead of having to drive.

Road too busy with cars - sharp corners - too unsafe for anyone to walk into St. Andrews

There is no pavement or cycle path so unsafe for people.

The road is too busy to safely walk between Strathkinness and St Andrews. A footpath would make it safe and a pleasant walk

Would be nice to have a path to connect St. Andrews and Strathkinness for walkers and cyclists too

There us no way to walk or cycle safely between strathkinness and St andrews. It only a short distance and more people would walk or cycle if there was a oath to safely do this.

It would be great to be able to walk safely from Strathkinness to St Andrews on a regular basis. At the moment it only feels safe to do so on a Sunday morning, when traffic is quieter, as cars normally go at a high speed.

It would take just 1.2 miles of new footpath to link existing footpaths from Strathkinness to St. Andrews

Cycleway/walkway. The road is too narrow for walkers/runners/cyclists to get from St Andrews to Strathkinness. It's very dangerous as cars can travel at a high speed

It does not feel safe walking or cycling into standrews on the high road from strathkinness as there are many bends , would definitely benefit from cycle path especially since the new school is around this area ,, safety first we need a … [more]

I would like to walk into St. Andrews with my baby in the pram but can’t because the road isn’t safe to do so without a path

The existing gravel pavement is very rough and needs a tarmac surface for both pedestrians and cyclists. It becomes overgrown and retains thorns from adjacent hedge trimming. These pierce footwear and puncture tyres. Restoring this path … [more]

Between entrance gate and where the path widens, the path needs to be wider to allow social distancing

Wider footway needed to support shops.

Narrow footway. Remove parked cars and make more space for pedestrians.

THis road is part of national cycle network and is far too narrow at this point. Adding a cycle lane on verges would be fantastic as would make it much safer and would link Dulloch with the cycle path on B981 into Inverkeithing - creating a … [more]

Pavement becomes extremely narrow on one side of the street

Closure of parking to allow safe queuing outside shops

Too narrow. very unpleasant. Alternative through Kissing Trees very time-consuming.

Pavement dangerously narrow at best of times. Make Pratt St one-way to widen active travel provisions.

Very narrow pavement on old railway bridge. The bridge is difficult to change - but could active travel use road space?

Pavement narrowed down to 1 metre width by railing and by road design or car dealership extension of grounds. The station roundabout is larger than needed. It's design makes active travel a risk to life on nearly all approaches. Given it's … [more]

Safe crossing urgently needed for this walk to school route across motorway slip road.

Safe crossing urgently needed for this walk to school route across motorway slip road.

This could be a handy short-cut from Cupar to NCN route 1 towards St Andrews

Riverside route south from Cupar

Disused railway, Wormit - around the corner it's used by a road, which could link to a cycleway.

Muddy narrow overgrown path to the left

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