Vale of Glamorgan

69 hazards found, displaying on 3 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDAddedHA Ref.Roadsort iconDescriptionStatus
314314 Mar 20102131556The length of Paget Road hill down to the Portway roundaboutSurface is uneven and broken up over extended area. Particularly a hazard to cyclists as the road is a steep decline so speed is also a factorFixed
4520028 Jan 2011Unnamed laneDeep pothole currently with a traffic cone in it. Only about 4/5 of the cone is visible due to the size of the holeFixed
4147515 Dec 2010Unnamed road between Brookside and Yr Efail in Treoes.Two small potholes have appeared where the road has previously been dug up. Other potholes in the village have been marked up in yellow, presumably for repair, but these have not.Fixed
4374119 Jan 2011Unnamed road from A4222 to NewtonA deep pothole submerged under standing water and therefore not visibleFixed
3874811 Aug 2010Victoria RoadLarge pot holes present along stretch of road.Fixed
479324 Mar 2007Westward RiseSurface dressing breaking up along length of road resulting in potholes and debrisFixed
4968628 Feb 2011windsor roadroad service breaking upFixed
2063514 May 2009Windsor Road in CoganAn area of cracked road, from which foul-smelling liquid exudes. Whether this very bad smell indicates raw sewage or not, I do not know, but it is a cause for concern with regards to public health. T…Fixed
3571627 Apr 2010wordsworth avenueMany potholes at the end of wordsworth avenueFixed

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