464 hazards found, displaying on 16 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
752115 Jan 2013Shelton StreetFurther deterioration of cobbled surface - large pothole where a number of cobbles have come away.Reported
7427628 Dec 2012Two deep pot holes Reported
7366117 Dec 2012Broken lamppost and damaged Tarmac surround.Reported
732284 Dec 2012Shelton StreetCobbles missing & loose throughout cobbled area (apart from northernmost strip) make this hazardous for bikesReported
7283124 Nov 2012Gower StreetHuge pothole - has been repaired in past but still growingReported
7254512 Nov 2012Tottenham Court RoadLarge area of rolling ridges and gulleys all running parallel to Tottenham Court Road, creates a bumpy approach to jaywalkers crossing the entrance of Grafton Way.Reported
7212324 Oct 2012Theobalds road intersection Grays Inn roadpothole beside manholeReported
7208823 Oct 2012Regent squareBroken tarmac surface revealing blockwork underneath, with multiple significant gaps in the blockwork. On a part of the road where you can't cycle round the hole very easily because traffic is restri…Reported
717739 Oct 2012Exposed edges of drain cover where Tarmac mend has subsided at bus stop - this is serious hazard for bicycles Reported
717689 Oct 2012High Holbornlarge and growing potholeReported
7149627 Sep 2012Deep dent in road sharp edges Reported
7133019 Sep 2012Massive deep depression in road Road was dug up a few months ago The depression is in the same place Reported
7095529 Aug 2012Goodge stI have just come off my bike on goodge st after hitting pot hole. I had swerved around badly aligned man hole cover. This whole road is really bad for cycling and I have been unbalanced by misaligned…Reported
6980014 Jul 2012New Oxford StreetPothole in buslane NW bound from High Holborn at start of New Oxford street.Reported
6972111 Jul 2012Small sunken drain drops about 3 inches. Almost invisible when cycling. Very dangerous will kill someone if not addressed.Reported
6969310 Jul 2012Oxford Stvery deep pothole in junction between Tottenham Court Road and Oxford St W1Reported
695384 Jul 2012Thobalds Road (Lambs Conduit Street crossingAround the edges of a metal man hole (service hatch) cover the road surface is completely broken and there is a large deep hole. It's getting worse day by day and it's dangerous.Reported
695143 Jul 2012Sandall RoadChunk of tarmac missingReported
6926324 Jun 2012Pancras roadSeries of potholes and sunken manholesReported
6907218 Jun 2012Arlington RoadDeep pothole, longer than it is wideReported
6907118 Jun 2012PotholeReported
6887813 Jun 2012A couple of potholes on this junctionReported
6851530 May 2012Very poor road condition Reported
6847329 May 2012Grays Inn RoadRoad surface around large manhole cover is rutted and dangerousReported
6847229 May 2012Grays Inn RoadSurface around manhole cover is ruttedReported
6805317 May 2012Southampton RowWith all the recent rain, the road all round a manhole has disintegrated badly.Reported
6797416 May 20122" deep hole in near side westbound laneReported
6797316 May 2012Manhole dropped 2"Reported
6797216 May 20122 inch deep rutReported
6772011 May 2012Pancras Road4 potholes all next to each other by the Bus stop on Pancras road, tis is getting ridiculous now and needs to be filled in, is causing major problems road users keep going in.Reported

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