106,867 hazards found, displaying on 2138 pages (click column headings to sort).

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IDAddedAuthorityRoad NameDescriptionsort iconStatus
5737410 Jun 2011West DunbartonshireBridge streetPothole increasing in size at entrance to to public car park and social work offices. Several workers taken a dunt as unable to avoid with parked cars at entrance. Frequently used by residents in fla…Reported
8546023 Apr 2013East DunbartonshirePothole increasing in size everydayReported
8195314 Mar 2013CardiffPothole increasing in size from weakness in Tarmac. Exacerbated by constant stream of water over it. Dangerous busy hill, slow moving bikes, fast moving cars.Reported
6345028 Jan 2012North East LincolnshireBritannia CrescentPothole increasing in size next to curbReported
3273119 Mar 2010CardiffAlfreda RoadPothole increasing in size with additional wear and tear.Reported
571192 Jun 2011WokinghamLangley Common RoadPothole increasing in size, difficult to avoid when oncoming traffic.Fixed
2063214 May 2009HounslowEdensor RoadPothole increasing in size, stretches across most of the road and deeper than when reported as hazard #9790Reported
4350318 Jan 2011CambridgeshirePark Lane, Histon, CambridgePothole increasing is size and depth around inspection plate and debris accumulating both in the gutter and across the lane width. Pothole is in an area of poor illumination at night time. Position…Reported
8535221 Apr 2013West SussexBalcombe RoadPothole infers round but this is a tadpole shape i.e. big head/body followed by thinner tail. This pretty well describes the shape of this pothole whch will surely take on the appearance of a fully g…Reported
28731 Mar 2007IslingtonDrayton parkPothole infornt of a road bumpFixed
4809017 Feb 2011StaffordshirePothole infront of jet garage big and nasty in-between the 2 lanes very bad and deep and wide.Reported
182745 Mar 2009Transport for Londonstreatham high roadPothole inside of fast laneReported
6937427 Jun 2012Cheshire West and Chesterpothole inside the junction forces cyclist into middle of lane at a busy road point.Fixed
4286214 Jan 2011SheffieldInfirmary RoadPothole inside the tram tracksFixed
38379 Mar 2007LambethGreyhound Lane SW16Pothole is 3 feet long by about a foot wide, and is 2-3 inches deepFixed
937927 Jan 2014SuffolkAnson Road roundaboutPothole is a big crack on the roundabout. It has been there for more than a year now and nothing has been done. It is very dangerous as ot is wide and long so a bike tyre would get stuck in it causin…Reported
5497514 Apr 2011KirkleesA636 Wakefield roadpothole is a danger to cyclistsReported
8503017 Apr 2013Haltonheathview closePothole is a narrow residential road and getting worse by the day.Reported
4145614 Dec 2010WandsworthPutney BridgePothole is about 4 inches deep on the north bound cycle lane going over Putney bridgeReported
6575525 Mar 2012HampshirePothole is about 500mm long and 150mm wide, and growing Reported
2746328 Jan 2010WandsworthMelody RoadPothole is about 6 inches deep and abot 2' x 2'.Reported
8342126 Mar 2013WiltshireA36Pothole is an understatement - its a huge crater. SO VERY DANGEROUS FOR ALL ROAD USERS. I nearly lost control of my motorbike as a direct result of the size and position of this hole.Reported
2517118 Jan 2010North Tynesidechurch road? EarsdonPothole is appearing and widening seems to have been caused by heavy loads and bad weather.Rejected
582436 Jul 2011SeftonPothole is appearing on the roundabout this was recently fixed but the problem is starting to arise againReported
1990420 Apr 2009NorthamptonshireA 413Pothole is approx 12 to 15 inches out from the road verge were a cyclist would normally ride. There are other previous repairs nearby that have now failed and are worsening by the day. These all ad…Reported
905449 Oct 2013North YorkshirePothole is approx half meter square with the same area again loses there has been a repair nearby in the recent past can't understand why this was not repaired at same time. Location just outside ent…Reported
10457523 May 2014StaffordshireGarden SteetPothole is approx. 2m from curb. cars park both sides of the street so hole is directly in line when passing parked cars in cycle.Reported
9517721 Jan 2014SurreyPothole is approximately 18 in.² and 3 inches deep. It is located 2 feet from the curb in the main carriageway. The road currently has wrote a text on the opposite carriageway meaning that both lane…Fixed
4535230 Jan 2011Transport ScotlandPothole is approximately 4 feet by 1 foot, several inches deepReported
4887023 Feb 2011KentMajor York's RoadPothole is around the front edge of a manhole coverReported
9290225 Dec 2013EssexPothole is at least 70cm in diameter in the center of the road, opposite 28 hall farm road. Reported
3905027 Aug 2010LancashireToogood LanePothole is at the bottom of a hill presenting a danger to cyclists.Reported
7393222 Dec 2012Birminghampothole is deep and put a bulge in my tyre side wallReported
7617312 Jan 2013GlasgowAnderston Quay A814Pothole is deep enough to throw a cyclist over the handlebars, and to cause damage to a vehicles wheels.Reported
877329 Jun 2013Perth and KinrossPothole is five metres long by two metres wide at widest points. Up to ten inches deep. The pothole is eating into the road continuously and is over a foot wider than it was in Autumn 2012. Previous …Reported
2995621 Feb 2010EdinburghNewtoft StreetPothole is forming across the road a few yards back from the giveway lines on Newtoft Street (On the right of the bus terminist if heading from Gilmerton Place towards Gilmerton Road)Reported
8234517 Mar 2013LambethPothole is getting bigger. Debris is strewn across the road. Please mendReported
1654719 Jan 2009HackneyGreen Lanespothole is getting deeper and wider every day, needs urgent attentionFixed
10343629 Apr 2014East SussexPothole is gradually getting worse and is now a large area of broken road surface.Reported
41429 Jan 2007Hounslowbath rdpothole is immediately to the right of drain cover, causing cyclists to swerve out further into lane than should be necessaryReported
9505220 Jan 2014Transport for LondonPothole is in between the bus LAN and main carriageway, on the northbound side of the road. Te pothole appears to actually e 2 or tree smaller ones which have got bigger. The location Of the pothole…Fixed
8592430 Apr 2013SuttonCentral Road A2043Pothole is in cyclist path meaning you have to move to the right to avoid, thus moving you into path of trafficFixed
7936813 Feb 2013West BerkshirePothole is in line with nearside tyre tracks and is getting deeper. There's no avoiding it as the road is quite busy. Would appreciate a temporary fill please.Reported
22327 Jan 2007HampshireRookes LanePothole is in the normal cycling position on the road, so a cyclist has to move out towards the centre of the road to avoid it. The pothole is deep and getting deeper each day.Fixed
812656 Mar 2013DevonPothole is in the road where the driver's side wheels rolls over it causing the car to shakeReported
6942829 Jun 2012SurreyHorsham LanePothole is just before a blind right hand bend and is therefore dangerous to avoid.Reported
8215915 Mar 2013DevonPothole is just between the 40mph sign and the 30mph speed limit sign near the hedgeReported
9820318 Feb 2014WiltshirePothole is large and is on two sides of the manhole cover. It's usually filled with water and can't be easily seen. Reported
10708228 Aug 2014SuffolkVally RoadPothole is located in the middle of a cycle lane as you leave a roundabout and as cars cut the corner it's difficult to know which side of the pothole to go as there's a risk of hitting the kerb if y…Reported
387219 Aug 2010Transport for LondonA20Pothole is located just before you go under the railway bridge heading towards loampit vale roundabout in Lewisham. This is on the south-eastern side of the A20 road.Reported

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