Windsor and Maidenhead

189 hazards found, displaying on 7 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
7182511 Oct 2012drift roadarea across the whole width of road that has been repaired a bit but new holes appearing now.Reported
7179510 Oct 2012drift roadroad surface breaking away round manhole cover.Reported
710645 Sep 2012Stanwell Road, HortonSunken drain with holes developing out into roadReported
7063513 Aug 2012Stanwell RoadSunken drain with large pot hole.Reported
6998719 Jul 2012Ray Park RoadPothole approx 4inches deep, 6 inches in diameterReported
6893114 Jun 2012Rise RoadDeep pothole in middle of lane, dangerous for cyclists.Reported
6892014 Jun 2012Holyport roadDeep pot hole is a square shape where a chunk of the top surface of Tarmacadam has exposed the original concrete base layer. Many other holes on this section especially round the edge of road drain …Reported
673883 May 2012Waltham RoadSevere erosion around drain coverReported
673693 May 2012Osborne RdVery poor road surface with multiple potholes - dangerous to cycle over.Reported
6659217 Apr 2012old maidenhead rdpothole and surface crumbling .Reported
661775 Apr 2012old mill/monkey island lanea deep pothole not big in diameter but dangerous for horses and walkers etc.even more so in low light conditions,so get to it guys!.Reported
6450525 Feb 2012burfield road and priest hillThis proved nearly lethal to me 2 night ago. My wheel got caught in this pothole and I was lucky not to be thrown off into the path of an oncoming car. It is a relatively small but deep pothole.Reported
6301516 Jan 2012Burfield RoadMultiple potholes over a stretch of about 200m of road.Reported
6290512 Jan 2012St Peters Road, MaidenheadLarge pothole, about 1m square and probably about 15cm deep in the middle.Reported
6238731 Dec 2011Large pothole in middle of road Reported
618369 Dec 2011A329 London RoadSunken drain, and collapse of tarmac around itReported
6141318 Nov 2011Howe LanepotholeReported
6092225 Oct 2011Howe LaneThe road surface between the bridge & Westley Mill, going towards Bracknell, is breaking up & is extremely dangerous to cyclists. After crossing the road narrow bridge I have to hand signal to turn …Reported
6027222 Sep 2011Slough Road, DatchetDeep round pothole beside kerbReported
6024421 Sep 2011Horton Road, Datchet, BerkshireDeep gully 90 degree to kerbReported
5975930 Aug 2011westley millPothole approx 18'' across & 6'' deep. This is on the right hand side of the road, approx 250 Metres from the junction with Howe LaneReported
5886728 Jul 2011Stanwell RoadDeep erosion and delamination of tarmac surface next to speed pillowReported
5886628 Jul 2011Stanwell RoadDeep erosion and delamination of tarmac surface next to speed pillowReported
5883327 Jul 2011northumbria road cox greenThe hazard is a severe danger to all road users, plus the grinding noise made by traffif from dawn till dusk, these pot holes are in a very busy residential areaReported
5868822 Jul 2011Slough Road - B376Series of holes, and uneven surfaces culminating in a sunken area surrounding drain ironwork.Reported
5678120 May 2011A330/B3024General heavy uneven-ness on metre nearsest kurb. Awful surface along whole length making cycling very difficult.Reported
5581026 Apr 2011B383 Broomhall LaneFailure of the surface dressing on the line of an old utility trench, two long cracks running parallel to the kerbline for approximately 10m with sections breaking out. This defect is on the alignmen…Reported
5580826 Apr 2011B383 Broomhall laneFailure of the wearing course at the joint between the construction of the north and south bound lanes. Long failure that is widening.Reported
5251622 Mar 20115 inch wide crack about 2 feet long near the keen running across the road.Reported
5166915 Mar 2011WhiteleyPothole at side of the road, next to a drain grate.Reported

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