12 hazards found (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
1000327 Mar 2014Trencreek RoadDrainage channel is missing metal grate, leaving a deep gully across the width of the road, just in front of the railway crossing.Fixed
753676 Jan 2013A1152, Wilford Bridge RoadPothole when going towards Bromeswell, right on the white line of the level crossing. Difficult to avoid in traffic.Fixed
7036730 Jul 2012Westgate Rd to Fishbourne Road EastGate to level crossing fixed too tight to open fully Gate will not open wide enough for a wheelchair or pushchair to get throughFixed
674515 May 2012The Avenuelarge pot hole outside pontypool stationRejected
5892630 Jul 2011Wilford Bridge Roadpot-holes due to subsidence when approaching level crossing. very difficult to take avoiding action when other traffic is present. They are only a few metres before the level crossing at Melton.Fixed
5661113 May 2011UuiugygdsbjFixed
4552731 Jan 2011A5143 Bridge LaneVery poor road service along cycle lane at bottom of A5143 Bridge Lane heading towards roundaboutFixed
3550722 Apr 2010Kendal Road StaveleySee Photos: There are deep holes where the edge beam of this crossing has been replaced by tarmac. Several panels move under traffic & are depressed leaving the track raised. It's very dangerous as t…Rejected
2069516 May 2009Harwich Road / East StreetKerbing placed between rails is very bumpy, across width of road. There is a deep ridge between kerbing; between the lines is raised up with potholes in the ridge between kerbs. The rails aren't the …Fixed
1723610 Feb 2009High streetSurface of road breaking up with several potholes becoming more hazardous to road users especially cyclists every dayFixed
1513124 Sep 2008South Ramp, Edinburgh Waverley StationPothole at entrance to Edinburgh Waverley Station has exposed side of a manhole cover. Road is maintained by Network Rail.Fixed
1208226 Mar 2008191084Kendal Road StaveleyDangerous surface at Level Crossing. The concrete kerbs between the tarmac and the level crossing pannels are all uneven and raised. This is particularly dangerous for cyclists as the crossing surfac…Fixed

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