103 Suffield Road High Wycombe
Reported in the Snow and ice problem/winter salting category anonymously at 10:31, Thu 24 January 2019
Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later
Pavement and driveway very icy. Unable to leave house due to dangerous ice. Please can somebody grit the road, pavement or driveway here. Thank you
Thank you for your enquiry.
Winter service is an important part of Transport for Buckinghamshire’s (TfB) maintenance work, involving the precautionary salting of major roads, reactive snow clearing and salting and also reacting to other weather related emergencies. The routes have all been agreed prior to the start of winter, any requests for new roads will be investigated after the 2018/2019 per period.
Salting is required due to low temperatures, TfB has set gritting routes that they cover each time treatment is required. Whilst we unfortunately can’t salt every single road in the county, we do cover over 44% of the county’s road network, a figure well above the national average. Footways are not routinely salted but may be cleared and treated when resources allow, after snowfall.
Most precautionary salting will be carried out during the evening or overnight. For information on how we decide which roads to salt and when, visit our web page here: https://www.buckscc.gov.uk/ services/ transport-and-roads/ road-maintenance-and-repairs/ how-we-decide-when-to-grit-the-roads/
Salt bins are provided at various locations throughout the county which we encourage drivers and pedestrians to use to treat localised icy conditions if necessary. The salt within such bins is for use on publicly accessible areas only. For more information about the restocking of salt, new salt bins or to report damaged or empty salt bins, visit our web page here: https://www.buckscc.gov.uk/ services/ transport-and-roads/ road-safety/ salt-bins/
Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 10:35, Thu 24 January 2019
There are, at the last count, 6 shopping trollies that have been dumped along the street and the number seems to be increasing
Posted anonymously at 22:44, Mon 20 May 2019
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