663 hazards found, displaying on 23 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
598873 Sep 2011waterloo bridgeThe hole is next to the kerb at a point where the bikes are sharing a bus lane with buses. I had to brake abruptly as a bus passed me so close that it forced me to aim for the pothole. I was lucky…Reported
598782 Sep 2011Pothole by manhole coverReported
5981931 Aug 2011Burleigh StreetInoperative streetlamp(s)Reported
5959524 Aug 2011In cycle laneReported
5951620 Aug 2011Prince Albert Roadsunken drain by kerb just before lightsReported
5946518 Aug 2011Very deep pot hole Reported
5936513 Aug 2011Cleveland StreetLarge uneven upliftReported
5936013 Aug 2011Maida Vale (junction with Elgin Avenue)Sunken/collapsing road surface around a service cover. The hazard poses a very high risk because of its location, depth and size. It is right in the path of cyclists who cross Maida Vale coming downh…Reported
5927310 Aug 2011Very uneven bumpy roadwork repairsReported
591244 Aug 201131438There is a lot of work going on along this road from the ritz hotel to piccadilly circus. However the temporary road repairs along this road are so dangerous for cyclists and m/c. There dips, holes, …Reported
590431 Aug 2011Unavoidable pothole Reported
5886528 Jul 2011the avenueThe road is badly rutted and uneven and is a hazard for motrcyclists and cyclistsReported
5839112 Jul 2011This is just one of many pot holes etc in Moscow Rd which has an appalling road surface for cyclists.Reported
582637 Jul 2011Uneven drain where it starts against the kerb in the 1st laneReported
580861 Jul 201130359abingdon streetstone sets outside houses of parliament have dropped (most likely due to freezing weather over christmas) and have not been fixed for over 6 months. sets are dropped, and loose making them extremely …Reported
5793727 Jun 201130188WhitehallSmall trafic island's kerb and paving crumbling and loose on carriagewayReported
573359 Jun 2011serpentine roadbricks marking a paving border accross the middle of the road protrude sharply from road surface for bikes [and it's a key cycling thorough-fare as there are cycling lanes all around it]Reported
5680821 May 2011Prince Albert RdThe area around the drain at the traffic lights is heavily sunken and requires filling - junction of A5205 Prince Albert Road with Avenue Road - west bound (South side).Reported
5666316 May 201128899Chelsea BridgePothole at start of Chelsea Bridge (going North to South)Reported
562924 May 2011Carlton Hilla smallish pothole - but it is right in the path of cyclists turning right from Hamilton Terrace into Carlton Hill or those turning right into Hamilton Terrace out of Carlton Hill.Reported
562192 May 2011Very deep (c25cm) pothole, gravel/hardcore across road, and wet surface due to burst water main - been getting worse for at least 3 weeksReported
5615330 Apr 2011avenue roada long section of the road is very uneven and dangerous to motorcylces filtering, as the bike follows the holes, and sometimes it can send you into the path of oncoming cars.Reported
5481613 Apr 201128165Bayswater RoadLarge pothole and sunken area of road surface surrounding a cluster of three drain coversReported
5481513 Apr 201128163Bentick StreetLarge area of 'sunken' road surfaceReported
5481413 Apr 201128161Bentick StreetLarge area of 'collapsed' road surfaceReported
5481213 Apr 201128162Bayswater RoadSeveral square meters of road surface completely missing across both lanes of the Eastbound carriagewayReported
5481113 Apr 201132717Bayswater RoadRuddy great potholeReported
539854 Apr 2011A40 Bayswater RoadHuge pot hole.Reported
538622 Apr 2011The MallPothole - on busy area with lots of cyclistsReported
5252622 Mar 2011Wardour StreetLarge pothole several metres in length and approx a metre in width. Surface of road completely gone in places revealing several layers of surface underneath. Significant depth at its deepest point …Reported

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