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Dangerous crossing - footpath vs carpark entrance

Reported in the Footpath/pavement category anonymously at 09:19, Mon 16 March 2015

Sent to Auckland Transport 2 min later.

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We have a carpark at the front of our school and it is used by mobility taxis dropping off and picking up students. The entrance crosses the footpath and is dangerous for the other children arriving and leaving the school. Is it possible to put a raised section or pedestrian crossing marks on the footpath where the vehicles cross? We are a Travelwise school and are keen to have our walkers stay safe.

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