Cancel plans to switch off the traffic lights at the Broad St/West St junction.

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Denise Bavister
6 years ago
I am physically not very fast and hard of hearing and other physical health problems .

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Liz Kerry
6 years ago
I have poor vision and walk slowly

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Susan Harcourt
6 years ago
I have heard the argument on BBC Radio 4 and understand the necessity of lights at this junction.

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Laura Cox
6 years ago
I'm signing because I would like the Reading town centre to be a safe place for everyone.

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Karen Owen
6 years ago
Trying to cross a busy road with my disabled son is difficult. This will make it worse. I only go into town with him when necessary as it is so difficult.

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roy chandler
6 years ago
I think its a complete disgrace they are still off

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Ian Stentiford
6 years ago
that corner can be lethal for people not quick on their feet

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mark setrem
6 years ago
i recently waited for 12 nose-to-tail buses to cross before there was a chance for pedestrians. The lack of traffic lights also makes this junction more dangerous for bike users.

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Christene Howard
6 years ago
I have a friend who has a disability that mean her eyes clamp shut suddenly and without warning. She is afraid to cross any road where she does not know the traffic has stopped. I am also 79 and it worries me crossing here now. There are sometimes so many buses coming either way. Please consider those of us who are not as quick and fit as other people.

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Samantha Steele
6 years ago
im signing this because it is becoming dangerous for people to cross the road without the lights on