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Dropped kerb warped causing cars to scrape when crossing.

Reported via desktop in the Kerb damage / issue category anonymously at 21:11, Thu 15 October 2020

Received by Buckinghamshire Council moments later

This is outside 7 Bobmore Lane, opposite Great Marlow School. The kerb was dropped a few years ago and since then the surrounding tarmac has warped leaving a large bump and way to steep for cars to cross. Seems like it might not have been done according to regulations as the entrance is too steep. Regular cars bottom out when trying to cross the kerb. It should slope gently across the pavement but instead it's a large bump.

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    Posted by Buckinghamshire Council at 21:11, Thu 15 October 2020

  • Adding photo

    Posted anonymously at 21:14, Thu 15 October 2020

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 21:48, Thu 12 November 2020

  • This has still not been looked at. The only cars that can cross this "speed bump" of a dropped kerb is high clearance 4x4s or crossovers. Not normal cars.

    Posted anonymously at 21:50, Thu 12 November 2020

  • As evident by the indentation on the pavement where a car bottomed out!

    Posted anonymously at 21:50, Thu 12 November 2020

  • This has not yet been corrected. Please investigate.

    The kerb has not been built to legislation. It should be a smooth line but instead it's an oversized speed bump which regular cannot cross without bottoming out.

    Posted anonymously at 20:49, Sunday 28 February 2021

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