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Temporary traffic management unsafe for pedestrians

Reported in the Footpath/pavement category anonymously at 01:25, Mon 16 March 2015

Sent to Christchurch City Council 35 sec later.

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Pedestrian access along Main Rd across Augusta St is affected by work on the footpath outside the New World supermarket in Redcliffs. Pedestrians are directed onto the road and around the outside of a cone bar barrier to regain the footpath or reach the pedestrian crossing across Main Rd. Despite the footpath being diverted into the carriageway around this corner, the traffic side of the (diverted) footpath is not delineated by barriers or safety fences, leaving pedestrians totally unprotected from vehicles turning into Augusta Rd.

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