401 hazards found, displaying on 14 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
813227 Mar 2013ELM 110696A338Large linked potholesReported
813207 Mar 2013ELM 110694Cock LaneLarge Open holeReported
8066026 Feb 2013ELM 110434Pincents Lane, ReadingSeveral pot holes growing into one on Pincents Lane in Reading. Its causes traffic to have to drive down the wrong side of the road to avoid. This pot holes have been in situ for circa 6 months or …Reported
8044823 Feb 2013ELM 110301church streetSection of road dangerous to cyclists and motorists. deep gullys, potholes, broken away roads etc. Awful section of roadReported
7937113 Feb 2013ELM 109812Pothole on nearside of the lane. There's no avoiding this one as it is close to the corner. It is on the carriageway approaching Burghfield mini roundabouts. Would appreciate a fill in please. Reported
7936813 Feb 2013ELM 109830Pothole 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
7913912 Feb 2013ELM 109678Reading RoadThe road through Burghfield Common and through Burghfield Village is part of the only viable route for cycling into Reading from Tadley. This section of road in particular is in extremely poor condit…Reported
7904411 Feb 2013ELM 109657baughurst road near ufton nervit junctionLarge potholeReported
7892411 Feb 2013ELM 109633Streatley High StreetMassive strip of road surface removedReported
7892311 Feb 2013ELM 109636The Coombe, StreatleyLarge hole on the only side of the road you can drive down; right where you cycleReported
785227 Feb 2013Bothampstead RoadMany potholes all along this road; very dangerousReported
783085 Feb 2013ELM 115051Upper Lambourn RoadLong deep pothole, 3m long by 50-60cm wide, about 40 cm from southside kerb on Upper Lambourn Road, heading from Lambourn to Upper Lambourn, opposite the British Legion, outside no 9. It is causing c…Reported
782985 Feb 2013Pothole due to rain or ice very deep Reported
781554 Feb 2013Church StThe surface after previous roadworks has crumbled and there are a serious of large holes. This has been getting worse over many months and the holes are deep and the surface deteriorating. There is…Reported
777881 Feb 2013ELM 108875Long Lane2+ inch deep hole in tarmac from edge stretching approx 1/3 the way across Northbound lane. Filled with waterReported
7769831 Jan 2013ELM 108825Tidmarsh lanePothole in carriagewayReported
7752030 Jan 2013ELM 108616Un-named road, connecting A338 with B4494 near BrightwaltonThe road is multiply potholed; it is not now possible for a car to avoid potholes, even at walking pace. The potholes are deep, large and very dangerous. There has already been one accident this week…Reported
7748029 Jan 2013ELM 108603There are four quite deep pot holes going towards Grazley, and a huge pot hole on the other lane. All are getting deeper and more dangerous by the day, as motorists are swerving to avoid them. All fi…Reported
7687824 Jan 2013ELM 108323Yattenden Rd.Very rough/broken road surface. Encountered on a dark wet night so unable to determine if pot hole, missing surface etc. Very disconcerting when not expected.Reported
7684623 Jan 2013ELM 108276A329 Reading RoadA large hole that my nearside wheels hit every time I travel along this road, jarring the car.Reported
7671321 Jan 2013ELM 108253Lower WayLong pothole/seam in Eastbound lane of carriageway. Lots of debris.Reported
7671121 Jan 2013Lower WayTwo potholes in Westbound laneReported
7671021 Jan 2013Lower WayPothole in Eastbound lane near centre of carriagewayReported
7670921 Jan 2013Lower WayPothole forming in Eastbound lane near centre of carriagewayReported
757388 Jan 2013ELM 107630Fairway AvenueA largish pothole that has appeared again in an area that has recurrent pothole problems. It is between two patched sections of several feet each, one of which has been re-repaired.Reported
7443830 Dec 2012ELM 107102A4 Bath Road, Readingpothole in road surface to nearside of two lanes approaching the rounadbout along the A4 Bath Road, reading heading towards J 12 of M4Reported
7399123 Dec 2012ELM 106940Took out two 18 inch tyres Reported
7398023 Dec 2012ELM 106934A329Flooding - Blocked drains? Even before the recent surge of floods were on the news. Every time it rains, this stretch of road pools water. I think there is only one drain. Recently it was impassibl…Reported
733418 Dec 2012ELM 106423UPPER EDDINGTONPothole, At least ONE cyclist and TWO cars have gone down it in the last weeks, I reported it to the local council, WEST BERKSHIRE at least FOUR weeks ago,since then NOTHING. its now got MUCH WORST.…Reported
731913 Dec 2012ELM 106333Manhole cover sinking rapidly (3 inches in last week). Manhole cover also loose. Danger to cyclists and motorists Reported

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