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

IDAddedHA Ref.RoadDescriptionStatussort icon
278128 Feb 2007400 metres of appallingly severe potholes between SJ 726016 and 734016In progress
919425 Nov 2007SCC HIGHWAYS CENTRAL DIVISION C BLOWER SENIOR HIGHWAY TECHNICIANNoneVery poor surface approximately half-way down steep slope, across the entire width. There is a continual trickle of water that runs across the road here - the residual surface water freezes in cold w…In progress
1988120 Apr 2009Park Lanemetre square hole in road ,, ,bad for cars , terrible for bikes .... getting worse by the week.In progress
2229714 Aug 2009bridgnorth road."tarmac waves". The tarmac look to have melted then gotten pushed up to form hefty lumps in the road in areas that have been badly repaired before.(poor quality tarmac and workmanship).These are at …In progress
2320117 Oct 2009Whitcliffe RoadTwo piles of loose grit on road edge.In progress
387159 Aug 2010Lower HordleyThe hole road is full of potholes, for at least half a mile.In progress
11531515 Apr 2015CAS 709074-G9K4W7No nameSeveral pot holes and poorly repaired pot holes over approx a 1/2 mile stretch. The lane is a council approved cycle route, used also by children riding to the infant school. The pot holes and uneven…In progress
13720927 Feb 2017137209Ellesmere RoadWe have a pothole in the road right outside of our drive which is steadily getting worse. It is where a water leak several years ago was repaired but now the ground is sinking after the repair.In progress
13822614 Mar 20172 holes opened up again after winter and area approx 10 metres long now in poor state of repairNew
13832116 Mar 2017Pothole that has been made by tractors turning to tight. \nThe hazeard is right next to 3 hazards that are due to be repaired !!!\nPoor use of money. New
13833516 Mar 2017B5067Three Potholes within 15 metres of each other - one centre ofthe road, one mid lane and the other towards the vergeNew
13852820 Mar 2017A528 in Preston GubbalsA large round patch ripped out of the red tarmac of the 'SLOW' road paint which has grown rapidly.New
13857321 Mar 2017Garmston Lane Garmston Near Leighton Shrewsbury ShropshirePothole on exit to a corner. Deep and wide. Presents a dangerNew
13874325 Mar 2017Long pot hole at the edge of the road where the edge of the tarmac has Deteriorated and dropped causing long very deep hole. This caused me to crash injuring myself. New
204017 Feb 2007Surface breaking up & potholes covering approx halfway across roadReported
204117 Feb 2007Multiple potholes & surface breaking up halfway across roadReported
204217 Feb 2007Pot holes & surface breaking up halfway across road.Reported
204317 Feb 2007Pot holes & surface breaking up halfway across road.Reported
204417 Feb 2007Pot holes & surface breaking up halfway across road.Reported
204517 Feb 2007Pot holes & surface breaking up halfway across road.Reported
204617 Feb 2007Pot holesReported
204717 Feb 2007Pot holes & surface breaking upReported
204817 Feb 2007Edge of road breaking up & slurry/mud on road caused by farmer filling slurry tanker in roadside ditch!Reported
205017 Feb 2007Verges broken down & spreading across road, mud on road caused by tractors continually driving on verge, spilling slurry & not cleaning up.Reported
205117 Feb 2007Long cracks on surface in direction of travelReported
205217 Feb 2007Road sinking, potholes & surface breaking upReported
205317 Feb 2007Potholes, surface degradation, 10cm hard mud 1m wide up centre of road for past 2 years, hedgebanks broken down into road.Reported
205417 Feb 2007Pot holes & surface breaking up across road.Reported
205517 Feb 2007Hard rutted mud across road for past 2 years + potholes & surface degradationReported
205617 Feb 2007Pot holes & surface breaking up halfway across road.Reported

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