374 hazards found, displaying on 13 pages (click column headings to sort).

IDsort iconAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatus
1876919 Mar 2009hopworthyPothole to left side of roadFixed
1876819 Mar 20099264885hopworthyOutside hopworthy moor cottageFixed
1876719 Mar 20099264881hopworthyPothole - left side of road heading towards pyworthy- Just past a farn gateFixed
1876619 Mar 20099264871hopworthyLarge pot hole after disused bridge Left side of roadFixed
1876519 Mar 20099264862HopworthyPothole after farm, on left side of road when heading towards bridgeruleFixed
1876419 Mar 20099264857HopworthyPothole on right side of road after Higher Hopworthy Farm enterenceFixed
1863315 Mar 20099263769New North Road - Queen StClocktower roundabout Exeter has a really bad hole on the Queen St side - I hit it last week and got a puncture.Fixed
1858213 Mar 20099261999?6-8 very deep pot holes about 1.5 feet across and they are 8-12" deepFixed
1858113 Mar 20099263514Rydon LanePothole at edge of road. Especially dangerous when filled with water (and hidden) after rain.Fixed
1851711 Mar 2009Unnamed roadA long gouge has appeared across the roadway which has probably originated from previous (not recent) roadwork repairs and has now badley deteriated due to the recent bad weather.Fixed
1846510 Mar 2009CSM 9262912harford to peter tavyns of road on route to peter tavyFixed
183025 Mar 20099261579Very large deep potholeFixed
183005 Mar 2009Lathys LaneSeries of pot holes reported by phone 1 week ago, repaired very poorly 18/02/09 & now in a very poor state again. Mud & water ( even long after rain has fallen) on the road as wellFixed
181992 Mar 20099261596Unnamed4 large potholes in close proximity which have developed during the recent bad weather. All 4 holes being of a similar size.Fixed
181982 Mar 20099261590UnnamedLarge pothole that has appeared due to the bad weather. The size makes it a danger to cyclists especially it it is full of water and you don't realise that it is such a deep hole.Fixed
181862 Mar 2009Hazard #18186Thornpark RiseLower Thornpark Rise, in the middle of the road, a large deep pothole which could wreck a wheel and tyre, and would certainly remove a cyclist from his bike, causing serious injury if not worse! Up t…Fixed
181652 Mar 20099260407a 3072Road forming rut and surface breaking up over lon distance, west bound. Rut is now deep enough to cause tilting of vehicle...Fixed
1812327 Feb 20099260402Totnes Road/Wolborough Street, Newton AbbotThe whole of the roadsurface for about 100 metres either side of the bend is in an appalling condition. It is a bone jarring and suspension wrecking mixture of poorly patched potholes, ruts and gener…Fixed
1802024 Feb 20099260415chaddlehanger /mary tavyhalf road is potholeFixed
1766117 Feb 20099258366Between Derril and Dux CrossThis is the largest pot hole I've ever seen. It is unacceptable to leave this on the National Cycle Network as it is highly dangerous!Fixed
1764817 Feb 2009Brickyard Lane3 DEEP potholes on Brickyard lane and getting deeper and widerFixed
1759916 Feb 20099258394between Stoke Hill and KillertonSeveral potholes; uneveness due to ruts and gullies;Fixed
1729611 Feb 2009pothole forming into road (Road surface breaking away), from curb on right hand bend causing traffic problem .Fixed
1729511 Feb 2009a3072road surface breaking up between two manholes and allong side of one manhole. long hazard forming.Fixed
1729111 Feb 2009Old Newton RoadHugh deep pothole more like a mineshaft in the direct line in the road where cyclists would normally travel and in the dark most likely would not see. The area of the hazard forces cyclists into the…Fixed
1727811 Feb 2009Under road culvert has been completely blocked for several weeks, resulting in road being totally impassable for pedestrians due to deep and wide water.Fixed
1727411 Feb 2009Cooks LaneDeep potholes in narrow country road, very difficult to avoid. Road used by children,cyclists, and motor vehicles.Fixed
172169 Feb 2009PyworthyDeep pot hole infront of houseFixed
172159 Feb 2009PyworthySunken triangular manhole coverFixed

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