Large Hardcore debris from Arches Lane damaging new tarmac surface to footway and roadway
Reported anonymously at 23:38, Wednesday 13 May 2020
Sent to Rugby Borough Council and Warwickshire County Council less than a minute later
Arches Lane is unadopted and unsealed, constructed from hardcore with many oversize rocks. Council recently planed and remade the roadway and footway adjacent the Lane. However heavy vehicles using Arches Lane are spilling the hardcore over the new paved surface, grinding it into the macadam and will lead to an early deterioration. The owners of Arches Lane should be asked to manage their road surface or contribute towards upkeep of the footway and highway. Not a huge priority, just frustrating to see the recent, long-awaited resurfacing facing an early demise. Write them a letter!
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Posted by County Highways at 17:19, Thursday 14 May 2020
Still stone debris in the road not good for anyone on 2 wheels or on foot large pieces of stone across the road cwik skip lorries spinning wheels at the end of arches lane does not help
Posted anonymously at 14:32, Thursday 13 August 2020
Very pleased to report 25m of Arches Lane adjoining Mill Road has been remade and sealed with macadam paving, No more stony debris on the footway and roadway, safe and clear for all users. Thanks to whoever caused this improvement to happen
State changed to: Fixed
Posted anonymously at 00:48, Friday 11 September 2020
Questionnaire filled in by problem reporter; State changed to: Fixed, 00:48, Friday 11 September 2020
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