Restore all patrol crossings being cut by Solihull MBC
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Solihull Council has set out plans to “disestablish” a total of 22 patrolled crossing sites as they need to save 100,000.00.
First in the firing line are eight locations where there is a facility such as a Zebra or Pelican crossing as well as a traffic warden. This includes the crossing in Hurst Lane North, opposite Castle Bromwich Junior School. My son is a pupil at this school and since the Lollipop person has retired I have seen lots of potential accidents at this crossing. Hurst Lane North is an extremely busy surburban road which experiences high traffic volume, this road is also a major bus route. I am worried that without this patrol crossing supervision a child will come to serious harm and maybe a fatality. I would like Solihull council to look at alternative and make sure they are not putting money before a child’s safety
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