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Road surface broken up due to subsidence over a distance of about 20m

Reported in the Road surface category anonymously at 18:11, Thursday 20 June 2019

Received by Buckinghamshire County Council moments later

Road damage has been evident for two or three years at least. Extends for several metres under the trees. Road surface has subsided and is broken up, kerb stones likewise, leading to vehicles tilting over when passing with two wheels near the kerb and two wheels not. Otherwise you have to drive too close to parked vehicles for safety.

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire County Council at 18:25, Thursday 20 June 2019

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    We have completed our inspection of the defect, which we aim to repair within five working days.
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    Transport for Buckinghamshire

    State changed to: Action scheduled

    Posted by Buckinghamshire County Council at 13:30, Friday 21 June 2019

  • Is that it ??? What were all the white lines for? for 20m ?

    Posted anonymously at 18:41, Wednesday 17 July 2019

  • Following the report of the broken-up road surface, subsidence and uneven kerbs, Clearly the site was inspected, as white lines were marked out indicating the affected area - as per my report, extending over 20m. A repair was effected, consisting of a bucketful of tarmac deposited on the road somewhere within the white lines. It represents a totally ineffectual attempt at repair, and makes no difference at all to the road condition. No comment was make on the reporting system. A better, effective result is still expected.

    Posted anonymously at 22:31, Thursday 18 July 2019
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