553 hazards found, displaying on 19 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
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
2677723 Jan 2010MillbankPothole / road defect, visible from the position pinpointed on the map, travelling southReported
2677123 Jan 2010Bridge StreetReally bad road surface for 100m very difficult to cycle with heavy traffic around, needs urgent resurfacingReported
2656522 Jan 2010Duke Street, junction Oxford Street north side3x drain covers at junction Duke St/Ox st with poorly restored road surface around them including absence of road surface and wide gapReported
2630621 Jan 2010Shirland Road, between Bravington Road and Ashmore RoadThe road surface in this part of the road has several shallow potholes over a period of several metresReported
2568421 Jan 2010Townshend road, St Johns Wood, LondonSeries of pot holes (>5).Reported
2532119 Jan 2010Wigmore StPothole next to water hydrant(?) (metalwork) in centre of lanes travelling east along Wigmore StReported
2532019 Jan 2010Mortimer Street, near junction with Great Portland StPothole in centre of road between flows of trafficReported
2522318 Jan 2010The MallPothole just past Admiralty Arch on the West bound carriageway. Full length of West bound carriageway in poor conditionReported
2490215 Jan 2010HaymarketA small pothole outside the cinema on Haymarket, London, SW1.Reported
2489015 Jan 2010Exhibition RoadMost of the recent roadworks perpendicular to the kerb have been filled in too low and have now sunk, especially travelling uphill towards Hyde Park. Worst dips just out from parked cars encouraging …Reported
2488615 Jan 2010Seymour StPothole on junction and west-bound land riddled with ruts.Reported
2469712 Jan 2010Marleybone High StreetA whole strreetful of hazards to dodge - mainly where most of the shops are.Reported
2468912 Jan 2010Hyde Park Corner/Grosvenor PlaceLong & wide & deep pothole on the blind side of a corner coming off Hyde Park Corner onto Grosvenor PlaceReported
246128 Jan 2010pot holeReported
244482 Jan 2010Kingsway TunnelBottom of the ramp down into the Aldwych Underpass (kingsway tunnel), manhole sunken very deep in line with nearside tyre track.Reported
2416915 Dec 2009Ebury Bridge RoadA large pothole exists in this major road after shoddy repairs and re instatement of the road. This is now a major hazard for road users especially pushbikes and motorbikes. It needs to be fixed/insp…Reported
2412112 Dec 2009Cnr Harrow Road / Portnall RoadSunken manhole coverReported
239305 Dec 2009grovesnor gdnslarge hole close to trafiic lightsReported
238051 Dec 2009Fleet StreetVery deep pot hole that has previously been fixed but has deteriorated againReported
2353214 Nov 2009Clarges StreetBroken window on top floor of offices block. Window glass all over the pavement in Clarges Street, Mayfair. What is left from the window glass is hanging endangering who walks on the path underneath.In progress
2350913 Nov 2009Outer Circle - Regents ParkLarge sunken manhole cover in middle of the road on sharp bend.Reported
2349412 Nov 2009Grosvenor SquareThere is a pothole in the Zebra crossing on Grosvenor SquareReported
2346810 Nov 2009kensington roadKensington Road near De Vere Gardens, on west bound side of road. Big hole in road, looks like drain coverReported
2331827 Oct 2009Trafalgar SquareDouble width manhole cover; sunken on one side, over filled on the other to form a hump. It is right on the cycling line, on a down hill, cambered section of Trafalgar Square roundabout. The hump is …Reported
2311911 Oct 2009#23119Lancaster PlaceSunken drain cover at kerbsideReported

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