483 hazards found, displaying on 17 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
8270120 Mar 2013Deep pothole with dangerous cables showing in baseReported
8244417 Mar 2013Blackburn RoadThis drain has sunk severely and at a steep angle by perhaps 9 inches. It is is in the middle of the road outside a builder's yard and was probably caused by a loaded truck. It does represent quite a…Reported
8229016 Mar 2013Holborn A40erroded areaReported
8192614 Mar 2013Road is crumbling away deep pot hole every for about 100 meters Reported
8192414 Mar 2013Pothole with cables exposed Reported
815269 Mar 2013Rochester square2 long deep ruts in the middle of the road where the tarmac has cracked, directly in the path of cyclists turning left from the bike path which goes through trees to Agar Grove.Reported
815149 Mar 2013York wayWhat was previously a pothole has now become a mini mountain which is dangerous when cycling. The location is just before lights on a bend so a particularly dangerous patchReported
812085 Mar 2013York Waypot hole on the northbound side of the road.Reported
811374 Mar 2013Fawley RoadTWO VERY deep potholes in Fawley road. Could kill a cyclist or childReported
811074 Mar 2013Asphalt corrosion on down side of hump. Reported
8000118 Feb 2013Southampton RowPothole, sunken surfaceReported
8000018 Feb 2013A4200 (it's either Southampton Row or Kingsway at this point)Pothole, sunken surfaceReported
7962615 Feb 2013KingswayThere was a big pothole there few months ago, which has been filled in. Now more than half of the filling is gone.Reported
7962015 Feb 2013CHester Gatemassive pothole in the middle of one lineReported
7961115 Feb 2013Manhole cover was covered with tarmac now dislodged, creating uneven surface. Hit it on my bike and blew out the tyre... Damaged wheel :-( Reported
786448 Feb 2013Gower StreetPotholle and severely sunken man hole cover.Reported
778511 Feb 2013Camden RoadArea of road surface missingReported
7761730 Jan 2013North End Waythere is a large pothole which is quite deep when heading north along North End Way, it is directly in the area of the road which a cyclist uses to the left of the lane.Reported
7717528 Jan 2013The road around here is awful for cyclists. With skinny tyres, it's bone shakingly bad, and I have to avoid many sections in order to not get caught in poor road surfaces. Reported
7686424 Jan 2013Euston Roadpot holeReported
7650016 Jan 2013A broken, rocking concrete utility cover. Reported
7604910 Jan 2013St pancreas waySeries of potholes at the junction of royal college street with Kentish town rdReported
753216 Jan 2013Pothole on bike pathReported
753186 Jan 2013Most manholes drains along this stream are sunken or unevenReported
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

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