The Social Distancing Scheme – the way ahead?

Following the removal of the scheme on the bridge, the Community Area Transport Group (CATG) proposed a crossing on the north side of the bridge between the Co-op and the sandwich bar/Swan. Streets Ahead would not support a pedestrian one way system without easy and safe access across the road at each end of the bridge. There was also some discussion that the proposal should include the Westbury Gardens crossing point, which should be temporarily disabled and a controlled crossing placed each end of the bridge for ease of use of the one way pedestrian system. So the questions are:

1) Do you support the proposal from Wiltshire Council that a pedestrian one way system should be put in place on the town bridge with an uncontrolled crossing on the north side of the bridge and the existing crossing at Westbury Gardens remaining as the crossing point on the south side of the river.
2) If the answer is no to the above, do you support a controlled crossing on the north side of the bridge leaving the South side with the crossing point at Westbury Gardens
3) If the answer is no to 2) then do you support controlled linked crossings each end of the bridge (as close to the start of the bridge as possible) with the Westbury Gardens lights temporarily disabled.
4) If the answer is no to all the above then what would you propose as a social distancing program.

To make your views known, on any BoA traffic issue or as any thoughts occur to you, about the traffic, cycling and/or the pedestrian social distancing scheme, email Wiltshire Council here.