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This table lists all the recorded votes for this poll. If anonymous users are allowed to vote, they will be identified by the IP address of the computer they used when they voted.
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ahAbsolutely not. How would pedestrians get across the street? They risk their lives as it is9 Feb 2016
andy.furniereNo, but lights should be better co-ordinated to allow more efficient traffic flow: Think green wave9 Feb 2016
els.debbautNo, but lights should be better co-ordinated to allow more efficient traffic flow: Think green wave11 Feb 2016
hans.deloore.7No, but lights should be better co-ordinated to allow more efficient traffic flow: Think green wave9 Feb 2016
linda.thompsonNo, but lights should be better co-ordinated to allow more efficient traffic flow: Think green wave11 Feb 2016
lisa.bradshawNo, but lights should be better co-ordinated to allow more efficient traffic flow: Think green wave9 Feb 2016
mart.thorpeAbsolutely not. How would pedestrians get across the street? They risk their lives as it is10 Feb 2016
patrick.wynneYes! A thousand times yes. This would radically improve traffic flow and decrease tailbacks16 Feb 2016
robyneboyleNo, but lights should be better co-ordinated to allow more efficient traffic flow: Think green wave9 Feb 2016
sally.tipperNo, but lights should be better co-ordinated to allow more efficient traffic flow: Think green wave10 Feb 2016
sarah.crewNo, but lights should be better co-ordinated to allow more efficient traffic flow: Think green wave9 Feb 2016
textcetraNo, but lights should be better co-ordinated to allow more efficient traffic flow: Think green wave9 Feb 2016