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106,855 hazards found, displaying on 2138 pages (click column headings to sort).

To list hazards for a particular authority, click on its name in the Authorities List.

IDAddedAuthorityRoad Namesort iconDescriptionStatus
157412 Feb 2007NorthamptonshireThis road is like a ploughed field for a kilometer the type they would use in Paris RoubaixIn progress
159212 Feb 2007ConwyMany many many potholes on road surface effecting cars and bikes alike.Reported
162112 Feb 2007SwanseaSeveral large and deep potholes along roadFixed
164013 Feb 2007WestminsterNumerous different ones, reallyl umpy road towards china town and lots of sunken drainsReported
165313 Feb 2007Dorsetone particularly large and deep pothole and 2 more nearby - very much a hazard to all road usersReported
165713 Feb 2007SomersetBig dip along the giveway line at the junctionReported
165913 Feb 2007Westminsterperimeter of manhole cover eroded now 6" wide gap surrounding large square manhoole - very dangerousReported
167213 Feb 2007BarnetPotholeFixed
169613 Feb 2007EssexPotholeFixed
170113 Feb 2007East DunbartonshirepotholeReported
170613 Feb 2007East Dunbartonshireseries of 4 or 5 sunken drain and services manholesReported
172013 Feb 2007East Dunbartonshirelarge potholeReported
172213 Feb 2007OxfordshireRoad washed away in places many potholes under huge puddles.Fixed
172713 Feb 2007Oxfordshirelargish hole surface seems to be failing,Fixed
177114 Feb 2007HounslowThere are numerous large holes and gaps between the slabs including breaking edges and gaps around drains. The road surface can not cope with the HGV traffic between Heathrow and the numerous wareho…Reported
178114 Feb 2007Gloucestershirevery large pothole in centre of the road where you have to be to turn towards Royal well rather than up St Georges RdFixed
178214 Feb 2007Gloucestershireseveral potholes and cracked surfaces near kerb and around manholes - the worst just on the railway bridge on the left hand side ( travelling towards Hatherley Road)Fixed
181814 Feb 2007HertfordshireThis entire section of road is crossed in several places by roadwork repairs - ditches that were dug across the road to lay something and then badly filled in afterward. The repairs have sunk at jus…Reported
182814 Feb 2007DevonUneven, degraded surface over several 100m. Instability at any speed except on crown of road.Fixed
183815 Feb 2007NorthumberlandUnven rutted surfce due to old surface wearing out.Fixed
184515 Feb 2007WorcestershireLarge potholeFixed
184815 Feb 2007HertfordshireEntire section of road for about 200-300 meters after passing the T-junction with Noake Mill Lane is a morass of broken up surface, potholes and ruts. The section closest to the kerb is impassible fo…Reported
185115 Feb 2007DerbyBroken glass, lots of itFixed
185515 Feb 2007BuckinghamshireA deep pothole which keeps getting filled temporarily which breaks within a day and is back to a deep hole again.Reported
187115 Feb 2007SuffolkLarge CrackReported
189215 Feb 2007MidlothianAppears to be raised manhole. Protected by cones. However this is an unlit road and national speed limit applies (60mph). This obstacle is very difficult to spot and thus represents a real danger to …Fixed
189415 Feb 2007SouthamptonUneven road surface due to accumilation of water, forming potholes, in both directions of carriage way.Reported
192215 Feb 2007WestminsterSevere uneven road surfaceReported
192715 Feb 2007DevonDeep sharp edged pothole extending from side of road. Penetrated into substrate. Water filled. Debris across rest of road to other side. Has been present for many months.Fixed
193015 Feb 2007TraffordWhat appears to be a sunken drain coverRejected
193416 Feb 2007CornwallTwo potholesReported
193616 Feb 2007CumbriaThe road is thickly covered with hedge flailings which caused two cyclists to have punctures today and caused others to divert via Haverflatts Lane. This debris on the road surface is an illegal obst…Fixed
193716 Feb 2007LancashireThere is an excessive amount of mud and stone on the lane surface following field operations. Could you ask the farmer responsible to clean it up.Fixed
193816 Feb 2007LancashireThe surface of an old trench line across the road is breaking up resulting in a number of potholes.Fixed
194916 Feb 2007KentDeep sharp edged hole in centre of the junction on where the kerb would beFixed
197116 Feb 2007NorthumberlandAdjacent to the hole is the debris from itFixed
197416 Feb 2007NorthumberlandSeveral holes in the road, particularly southboundFixed
198116 Feb 2007LancashireHalf bricks and other large stones, been there for 4days now.Fixed
199916 Feb 2007DorsetpotholeFixed
200216 Feb 2007NorthumberlandUnevenness due to rut or gullyFixed
202317 Feb 2007Dorsetpot hole and poor surface (plus 2 more further up road oposite side)Reported
203817 Feb 2007Shropshiremany potholes, ruts and gully's possibly made worse by constant water pouring down the road and very poor drainageFixed
204017 Feb 2007ShropshireSurface breaking up & potholes covering approx halfway across roadReported
204117 Feb 2007ShropshireMultiple potholes & surface breaking up halfway across roadReported
204217 Feb 2007ShropshirePot holes & surface breaking up halfway across road.Reported
204317 Feb 2007ShropshirePot holes & surface breaking up halfway across road.Reported
204417 Feb 2007ShropshirePot holes & surface breaking up halfway across road.Reported
204517 Feb 2007ShropshirePot holes & surface breaking up halfway across road.Reported
204617 Feb 2007ShropshirePot holesReported
204717 Feb 2007ShropshirePot holes & surface breaking upReported

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