578 hazards found, displaying on 20 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
385112 Aug 2010Surface defectsReported
385102 Aug 2010Sunken road surface around drain coversReported
385082 Aug 2010Damaged section of roadReported
3806012 Jul 2010Hyde park cornerA deep ditch of a pothole on the cyclist crossing at hyde park cornerReported
379225 Jul 2010Junction - roundabout at Whitehall/Mall/Trafalgar SquareCrack across the carriageway, wide and deep enough in parts to cause danger.Reported
3727910 Jun 2010Harrowdeep hole right next to a drain, narrow but dangerous for cycle wheels.Reported
369432 Jun 2010Porchester TerracePotholeReported
369021 Jun 2010Shirland RoadLong hole on the tarmac which stretches from the inner side of the parking bay towards the middle of the road, where it becomes deeper.Reported
3683631 May 2010Westminster BridgeThere are about 7 newly installed manhole covers on the pavement. Although the actual covers are level with the pavement, there is a gap around each one where the surface has not been made level and …Reported
3669526 May 2010St Petersburgh PlaceUneven road surface with painted lines over the topReported
3510217 Apr 2010Millbankpothole / breaking up road surface in position marked by gps on the map going away from central London.Reported
3509717 Apr 2010Grosvenor Roadpothole / breaking up road surface in position marked by gps on the map going towards London.Reported
344799 Apr 2010Strandlong thin pothole that can catch a wheel. In the near side lane of the Strand outside Coutts bank, near Charing cross station (very recent roadworks are the probable cause)Reported
341186 Apr 2010marlborough place, london NW8Quite large, and getting larger with traffic passing over it. Quite a bit of loose debris spread around as the edge continues to break up.Reported
3363430 Mar 2010The Strand/AldwychTravelling east from Strand onto Aldwych the pothole is located approximately in the centre of the left hand lane of traffic, between the cycle lane into Wellington St and the pedestrian crossing acr…Reported
3300923 Mar 2010Fleet StreetCrumbling, sunken manhole surround. right in the cycling line between two zebra crossings on a very busy section of Fleet StreetReported
3277219 Mar 2010"Octer Circle" of REgents ParkSunken manhole in middle of road.Reported
314754 Mar 2010PiccadillyLarge pieces of debris and tarmac lifting from an earlier road repair. Debris size is like a paving slab sticking up. Vry dangerous to cyclists and motorcyles and could do damage to cars too.Reported
311442 Mar 2010Ebury Bridge RoadA large section of this main road has in the past had several problems. The whole pothole/shoddy repair extends right accross this very busy road. Serious dammage/accident is a certainty if this is l…Reported
308421 Mar 2010Most of the lower part of the road has pot holes, gulleys etc. Its in an appalling state..Reported
3046725 Feb 2010Harrow RoadDeep pothole next to man hole cover.Reported
2985320 Feb 2010North Carriage DrivepotholeReported
287668 Feb 2010Hanover GateFairly small potholes but crowded together and compounded by bad road surface (first reported in 2008!!!). Make turning into this minor road hazardous, especially when cars crowd cyclists.Reported
286778 Feb 2010pothole around drain coverReported
284135 Feb 2010Junction of Seymour St / Great Cumberland PlaceWide pothole (same sort of size as head-to-head right turn markings in centre of road), in centre of junction, exactly where vehicles wait to turn right. This is particularly dangerous to cyclists tu…Reported
2736427 Jan 2010Bentick Street, London W1Rut in roadReported
2736327 Jan 2010Seymour Street, London W1Sizeable rut in the road - major hazard for cycles if not seen in the dark.Reported
2721526 Jan 2010Bruton St, LondonA pothole formed on some old repair work on the road.Reported
2677923 Jan 2010Grosvenor RoadPothole / road defect, visible from the position pinpointed on the map, travelling away from LondonReported
2677823 Jan 2010Grosvenor RoadPothole / road defect, visible from the position pinpointed on the map, travelling away from LondonReported

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