1,811 hazards found, displaying on 61 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
8022021 Feb 2013Broken Tarmac around large man hole coverReported
8014120 Feb 2013barker Browseveral pot hole at edge of the road. they are a bigger hazard as they are the bottom of a hill so cyclist will be going fast so higher possibility of causing damage/unseating rider.Reported
8013920 Feb 2013barker Browmanhole cover edjing is failing causing a hazardReported
8007319 Feb 2013B5272 Park Lane, Winmarleigh, WyreVery deep & dangerous hole round a gully. The vertical face in the direction of travel is at least 150 and the bottom of the hole is well below the Gully. The hole is so narrow and deep the mud and s…Reported
8006419 Feb 2013Series of potholes dangerous to cyclists from half way down to the turn at beech roadReported
8004619 Feb 2013Main StreetSeries of potholes at road junction of main streed and Sand Lane in warton, carnforthReported
8004519 Feb 2013Hollins LanePothole where previous road patch has broken down.Reported
8004319 Feb 2013Pot holeReported
7985017 Feb 2013Road badly eroded, resembling a farm track And not a roadReported
7984917 Feb 2013Rock BrowPot holes, Road Breaking up and sunken sections due to road works.Reported
7984617 Feb 2013Thornley BrowRoad is collapsing with a 2 m drop.Reported
7984117 Feb 2013Lots of debris and mud across the width of the laneReported
7984017 Feb 2013Deep pothole by the small bridge. Hole in a dangerous spot for fast moving cyclists.Reported
7983917 Feb 2013A lot of stones on the road at the bottom of a sharp hill on a bend. Very dangerous, particularly for cyclists.Reported
7983817 Feb 2013Lots of stone and mud across the roadReported
7983717 Feb 2013Large potholes and wide ruts in centre of roadReported
7978717 Feb 2013Preston Rdroad surface failing around a manholeIn progress
7976217 Feb 2013There are a number of potholes on the roundabout at halsall road near ormskirk L39 8RW. The potholes are now joining up to make the road very dangerous.Reported
7970816 Feb 2013PEM 1070035On Harbour Lane at Warton (near Preston)On Harbour Lane at Warton (near Preston). There are potholes on the small roundabout at the junction of Harbour Lane and Hastings Avenue at Warton (near Preston).Reported
7963315 Feb 2013PEM 1069930Deep pothole in the road, particularly dangerous for cyclistsReported
7963215 Feb 2013PEM 1069935Lots of stone and rubble on road from crumbling surfaceReported
7963115 Feb 2013PEM 1069935Lots of potholes and the side of the road is in collapseReported
7962115 Feb 2013PEM 1069919Preston Roadroad surface failing creatin ruts and potholes on Roundabout in the line cyclist take. this could lead to a bike unseating the rider.Reported
7959215 Feb 2013PEM 1069863Whole section of road needs resurfacing. Lots of holes and ruts with plenty of debris on the surfaceReported
7956015 Feb 2013PEM 1069855This is a cover for some sort of manhole, which has developed a hole and is getting larger by the day.Reported
7955815 Feb 2013PEM 1069846Rut / Gully in the middle of the road.Reported
7942714 Feb 2013Large pothole in centre of the northbound lane by the traffic lights near TescoReported
7936913 Feb 2013PEM 1068620Joe Lane at Catterall, PrestonUneven road surface on Joe Lane at Catterall, PrestonReported
7936713 Feb 2013PEM 1068637St. Michael’s Road towards Bilsborrow, starting at where Pinfold Lane meets St. Michael Lane.Along St. Michael’s Road towards Bilsborrow, starting at where Pinfold Lane meets St. Michael Lane.Reported
7936613 Feb 2013PEM 1068633Pinfold Lane, InskipAt Inskip. Potholes along edges of Pinfold Lane, starting at junction of Pinfold Lane and Preston Road B5269.Reported

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