Footpath cancer should of gone to Auckland Transport

Reported in the Footpath/pavement category anonymously at 05:49, Fri 8 April 2011

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I just types this message out at but when I clicked the "done send feedback" button a window pop up asked for user name and password which I did not have. Redundant footpath cancer still left on footpath after Newmarket temporary Newmarket train station has gone. One double lot footpath cancer used to be the entry/exit to the temporary Newmarket train station on railway bridge DAVIS CRESCENT, Also a minor footpath cancer at REMUREA ROAD entry/exit to the temporary train station. WHAT IS FOOTPATH CANCER? YOU MIGHT ASK: In the last couple of years Auckland city has become riddled with footpath cancer located mostly at electronicly controlled pedestrian crossings, there is a range of types; (1) Mostly bright yellow new footpath cancer, (2) Faded yellow or brown almost the same color as the background footpath, opposite Khyber pass road on Broadway Newmarket. (3) Silver dome footpath cancer ~ why I have no idea, this must be about as good as tits on a bull for Visually Impaired Pedestrians, used with abundance along Karangahape road. (4) Red footpath cancer, could be dyed red from human blood, left after someone slipped on it while wet (but I don't think so) Along Symonds street from say Newtown Road - Khyber pass road to Alex Evens street street - Symonds street exit of south bound motorway. REASON FOR NEED OF REMOVAL: I wrote a article on the dangerous Karangahape road footpath when it gets wet, I showed this article to a couple of friends, one told me they slipped on this "wet" footpath cancer, another person told me one of their customer went into their lunch bar shop (opposite Auckland hospital)and told them that they had a bad slip on this footpath cancer (they have since sold the shop, (that's not because of the footpath cancer)). Attached is a photo of silver dome footpath cancer (could of been taken on Karangahape Road)

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