Extensive Cracking and Crazing
Reported in the Pothole category anonymously at 14:03, Tue 5 November 2019
Sent to Warwickshire County Council 2 minutes later
Extensive Cracking and Crazing of Nearside Wheeltrack With Standing water after Rain. The Cracking and Crazing has been there OVER 12 months.
The damage is now so bad that there is now a massive hole in the road which floods half way across the road for several metres. It now has a massive pot hole in it over 20 cms deep that it cannot be driven over now and I stress cannot be driven over. Therefore one has to stop and drive round it avoiding carefully oncoming traffic. It cannot be seen at night as the massive hole is filled with flood water which pours out of the gate opposite coming off the fields. I hit this hole 3 nights ago and may have damaged the suspension on my car.
Posted anonymously at 09:44, Tue 26 November 2019
This section of road is now even worse since the New Year, the area of broken road surface is 2 metres long and almost a metre into the road. Everytime I drive towards Great Alne from Little Alne I have to come to a stop if there is an oncoming vehicle.
Posted anonymously at 14:01, Tuesday 7 January 2020
CAT 1 DEFECT - Originally Reported 5 November 2019
THE CARRIAGEWAY IS NARROW WITH POOR VISIBILITY / 50MPH Speed Limit / UNLIT
Risk Assessment - I Cant see How a Highways Inspector can carry out a Risk assessment on The Pot Hole and Not recommend a Repair Within The 24hrs.
Highway Maintenance Safety Inspections Manual Addendum (November 18)
2.1 Category 1 Defect. Pothole anywhere within the carriageway for which the safety inspector has assessed the defect could result in serious damage to persons or property. Investigatory Level 50mm and above. Action by Safety Team - make safe with temporary repair if practical. Record as a Category 2 defect for inclusion in a future permanent repair programme. If a temporary repair is not possible so as to leave safe, report as a Category 1 defect. 2.2 Category 2 Defect. Pothole anywhere within the carriageway for which the safety inspector has assessed the defect could result in minor damage to persons or property. Investigatory Level up to 50mm. Action by Safety Team - Record as a Category 2 defect for inclusion in a future permanent repair programme.
**** Emergency defects will continue to be identified and processed as per paragraph 1.10.3 of the Safety Inspection Manual. ****
Highway Maintenance Safety Inspections Manual Version 6 January 2015 1.10.3 In addition, there will be rare occasions when defects are observed that are of an emergency nature, which cannot be dealt with immediately or left unattended. These will be reported direct to the Area Manager, to instigate an immediate response. The Inspection Team is to take advice from the Area Manager as to any action to take depending upon the nature of the emergency.
Posted anonymously at 08:15, Wednesday 8 January 2020
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