129,861 hazards found, displaying on 2598 pages (click column headings to sort).

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IDAddedAuthorityRoad NameDescriptionsort iconStatus
11795328 Jul 2015WestminsterBow Street and Floral Street cornerpot holes beside the drop curb on the corner of bow street and floral street at the edge of covent garden. Makes it very difficult to cross the road safely with a baby buggyReported
1486331 Aug 2008EssexTraps HillPot holes between Eleven Acre Rise and Traps HillFixed
777821 Feb 2013Northumberlandscots gap to morpeth b6343pot holes between scots gap and the road to morpeth the road has never been as bad as it is now scots gap to belsay is in a poor state as well .Fixed
7215926 Oct 2012LancashirePot holes both side of bridge and a failed repair on bridge Reported
598542 Sep 2011South GloucestershireOld Gloucester RoadPot holes both sides of road, one being a "sunken" surface.Reported
1186863 Sep 2015Highways EnglandPot holes both sides of the A5 due to a poor repair.Reported
1252955 Mar 2016Cheshire EastPot holes broken surface Reported
1214086 Jan 2016CumbriaA6 to LazonbyPot holes caused by water.Reported
838932 Apr 2013WarringtonPot holes caused from road deteriation Reported
7431029 Dec 2012HertfordshireLondon Road, AplseyPot holes causing tyre failures in London Road, Aplsey, Hemel HempsteadReported
4046729 Oct 2010NorthumberlandAydon Road, B6321.Pot holes close to crown of road on downhill side in way of a bend. Cyclists because of steepness of road can be travelling at speed. Because of the shade especially in autumn the potholes are very …Fixed
1428820 Jul 2008CambridgeshireA10Pot holes created where previous surfacing with anti-skid material as worn away and road underneath as formed two pot holes.Reported
564739 May 2011WorcestershireWeavers Hillpot holes dangerous for walkers (no pavements) and road usersReported
754226 Jan 2013SurreyPot holes developing. approx 70m after Hogtrough lane junction on left hand side of road as heading north Reported
5470311 Apr 2011EnfieldPot holes dew to not being repairedReported
11800330 Jul 2015CumbriaPot holes due to poorly maintained roadReported
5542120 Apr 2011RotherhamThe Pastures, Todwick, SheffieldPot holes due to previous road repairs having degenerated.Reported
563685 May 2011IslingtonPot holes due to water leaks.Rejected
538772 Apr 2011LeedsPot holes due to weather conditions, some have been repaired but have reappeared along with new pot holes Reported
8576328 Apr 2013HertfordshirePot holes either side of drain on passable section of road and additionally on turning point from both access roadsReported
1761916 Feb 2009West Sussexsylvan roadpot holes everywhere in crawleyReported
9915925 Feb 2014Devonburnthouse lanePot holes everywhere on the road throughout burnthouse lane exeter, dangerous deep uneven and large holes missing in the roadReported
9916025 Feb 2014Devonburnthouse lanePot holes everywhere on the road throughout burnthouse lane exeter, dangerous deep uneven and large holes missing in the roadReported
4418422 Jan 2011HertfordshireHigh StreetPot holes filled on 13/1/2011. The filling has come out.Reported
11583729 Apr 2015Cumbriapot holes for 2 miles. absolutly terrible. disgustingReported
4235110 Jan 2011Nottinghamshirethornton avenuepot holes for about 20mReported
4235210 Jan 2011Nottinghamshirethornton avenuepot holes for about 20mReported
194289 Apr 2009CumbriaBurneside to Bowston roadPot holes for about 50m just after the entrance into Burneside Station on the way to Staveley, the road has been filled (very badly) and the surface is breaking up again the road section needs replac…Fixed
6459227 Feb 2012WorcestershirePot holes forcing u into dangerous position on bendFixed
4872822 Feb 2011LancashireChorley Rdpot holes forming and manhole sinkingFixed
1674726 Jan 2009LancashireCuerdale LanePot holes forming where cyclists would go.Fixed
6908318 Jun 2012WorcestershirePot holes from bad road repairsReported
686253 Jun 2012KentPot holes from badly repaired road All across road from one side to the other end Fixed
7665319 Jan 2013HerefordshireGated RoadPot holes from lower norton along 'the gated road' which end onto the A44. Approx 2 miles.Reported
12273329 Jan 2016BuckinghamshirePot holes from missing cats eyesReported
6420817 Feb 2012North TynesidePot holes from poorly maintained road surfaceFixed
5328928 Mar 2011WandsworthPot holes from snow earlier in 2011.Reported
149208 Sep 2008CoventryHawthorn LanePot holes full length of road. Too many to measure.Reported
5243521 Mar 2011WakefieldPot holes full width of lane unable to avoid an accident waiting to happen here. Reported
5259322 Mar 2011SurreyPot holes galore and uneven surfacesReported
8995411 Sep 2013SunderlandBriarfieldPot holes getting bigger and deeper with rain/wear from cars etc various sizes along road one in particular largerFixed
937156 Jan 2014NorthamptonshirePot holes getting bigger damaging car wheel when driving over them if I can't miss themReported
1252184 Mar 2016DevonPot holes getting bigger due to rain washing previous repairs away . Reported multiple times still nothing done \nReported
746401 Jan 2013WiganWigan lanepot holes going down hillFixed
7258314 Nov 2012North SomersetPot holes gravel poor road works Making a dangerous surface Reported
2763429 Jan 2010EssexBrook RoadPot holes grouped together where the road surface had broken up, these run the length of brook roadReported
11296628 Feb 2015BristolPot holes growing around old repairsFixed
12079914 Dec 2015SurreyPot holes has formed in driving line. Previous repair has failed.Reported
1804225 Feb 2009GlasgowYorkhill StreetPot holes have appeared in replacement surface laid over trench previously excavated in road.Fixed
1003009 Mar 2014West SussexPot holes have been partially repaired but road surface is very uneven and not acceptableReported

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