2,257 hazards found, displaying on 76 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
6575325 Mar 2012Queens Driveno or faded road lane markingsReported
6586728 Mar 2012Allison st /236 Langside rdRoad very badly uneven and rutted due to building works on tenementsReported
6595330 Mar 2012Missing manhole coverReported
660071 Apr 2012Archerhill TerraceA section of road approximately 1ft wide and running across the street from kerb to kerb (previously a cable or pipe track) has been poorly filled in and is now a long thin ditch approx 4 inches dee…Reported
6645214 Apr 2012Multiple potholes at the jncReported
6647714 Apr 2012Pothole in center of road at junction with observatory hill & Horselethill rdReported
6651115 Apr 2012PotholeReported
6651215 Apr 2012PotholeReported
6651315 Apr 2012PotholeReported
6666319 Apr 2012Holmlea RoadSeveral large potholes at intersection of Holmlea and Cathcart road due to erosion caused by volume of traffic; surface particularly dangerous at point next to the traffic island on Holmlea road, cau…Reported
6671721 Apr 2012Numerous large potholes on Milton Street between Maitland and Larbert Street. A real hazard to cyclists. Reported
6676022 Apr 2012Services trench that has been dug across national cycle route and never filled in or surfaced properly. Very dangerous hazard when wet as it becomes invisible and sufficiently deep to easily throw so…Reported
672792 May 2012Clyde walkway on North side of river between Bridge Street and Victoria Bridge, close to the foot bridgeVERY dangerous, collapsed paving stoneReported
673102 May 2012Wilton Stpothole where previous repair has failedReported
673112 May 2012Wilton Stpothole repair failedReported
673122 May 2012Yarrow GardensThe whole street suffers badly from: potholes, ruts, gullies, debris on surface.Reported
673132 May 2012Belmont StPotholes, raised sections, ruts, debris at over the road.Reported
673152 May 2012Stirling Road from Catherdral street off to M8 onslip East BoundOriginally caused by too much ironwork placed too close together, however the small potholes are now becoming a crater. The old cobbles beneath the surface course are now plainly visible. I think it …Reported
675076 May 2012Chip out pavement Reported
676739 May 2012Rough road surface with several potholesReported
6770210 May 2012Fergus DrivePothole unavoidable on roadReported
6770810 May 2012Pollockshaws RoadLarge pothole in cycle lane - likely to cause accident and/or damage if cycled over. Hidden hazard when wet.Reported
6772211 May 2012PotholeReported
6773311 May 2012The whole road surface is a mass of pot holes and grit, which shifts as you cycle over it.Reported
6793715 May 2012Crown Road SouthRoad surface around two water/gas (?) access points has disintegrated leaving dangerous exposed metal work and a holeReported
6804617 May 2012you have it down as Crofthouse, it is actually Croftside Ave.A series of potholesReported
6808218 May 2012Balshagry Drive and Broomhill TerraceI have reported this section of road twice in the past and nothing has been done. There are multiple potholes all over the road which are impossible to avoid.Reported
6815320 May 2012road surface breaking out around manholeReported
6815420 May 2012Hayston streetPothole on the corner of Bisland Drive and Hayston streetReported
6852330 May 2012Sink hole middle carriageway Reported

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