Looking at the tiny gap in the grass verge in the picture above, you wouldn't think it was a crossing that some schoolchildren are using every day to catch the bus.
But in Hollingbourne students travelling west to Maidstone, or east to Lenham are using this barely recognisable crossing to get across the A20 on their way to and from school.
They're not the only ones. Guests at the Great Danes hotel, and visitors using public transport to get to Leeds Castle are often in the same predicament.
That's why local county councillor Shellina Prendergast, and David Ardley of Hollingbourne Parish Coucil have been leading a fight for an improved crossing, and last week I called a meeting with them and Transport lead at KCC, Neil Baker, to discuss a way forward.
Because the crossing is on a short stretch of road between two roundabouts there hasn't been a simple solution here, with a new pedestrian crossing likely to cause too much disruption to traffic.
However after the meeting KCC agreed to do a feasibility study to look into what might be achievable, and to come back with some options. They're going to look not just at who's using the crossing now, but also who might benefit if a safer crossing was installed, and I'm looking forward to hearing what they come back with.
A big well done to our local councillors for getting the ball rolling on this, and to KCC for listening.