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Disgusting road surface please fix it now.

Reported in the Potholes category by Shaun Thompson at 16:01, Sun 5 November 2017

Sent to Trafford Borough Council 3 minutes later

This pathetic state of road surface has now been reported several times, it is a joke, several motorcyclists have come very close to comming off there motorcycles, this needs repairing and not by the gypsies in partington, it needs money spending on it, our money that we pay to ride and drive safely on the roads. There is not a group forming and all photos are been sent to a solicitors who deals with motorcycxle accidents, so it is in the councils interest to pull there bloody finger out and spend some money, money we pay to ride. this has been reported and nothing done WHY. THE ROAD IS ON THE JNT OF THE SPUR ROAD AND CARRINGTON LANE AS YOU APPROACH FROM THE M60 TO CARRINGTON.

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 09:47, Mon 4 December 2017

  • It has been partially bodged up, still lots of smaller holes in need of a good remake, looks like the travellers have bodged it up. come on get the work done to a stad we all require for our safety.

    Posted by Shaun Thompson at 09:47, Mon 4 December 2017

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 15:41, Monday 1 January 2018

  • I am amazed at the poultry attempts to bodge small area's when massive area's need repairing, take wilbraham road ntr the school, 100ft of tarmac is deteriorating, a 2ft long section was BODGED several months ago after 2 years of compalints, that jnt is a death trap, and the bodge has now totally broken up, at the spur road lights the condition is deteriorating and danger to motorcycles law suits will come??, and edge lane from chester road to Chorlton to levenshulme the conditions is appalling, as is the road joining chester road from M60 the flooding is disgusting, and nothing is done about the grids to take the water away. we pay a lot of money to drive ride on the roads that are not fit for donkeys. these two photo show how utterly neglected our sewers are, this covers 50% of the road surface and it is right on top of a grid, that is never cleaned out, the other is 150 yards further towards stretford, the water is so deep it ripples, what are you going to do about this, if I come of my motorcycle or damage my car engine I will sue you.

    Posted by Shaun Thompson at 15:41, Monday 1 January 2018

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 08:53, Wednesday 31 January 2018

  • A partial bodge has been done but this is still badly eroding, as is the Carrington Lane Manor Ave roundabout this is a joke, as are 80% of our roads these days, we pay fartoo much to use our potholes that simply damage our tyres and suspension, in some cases cause RTS s for motorcyclists. LAW SUITS ARE COMING. PIC SHOWING IS FIRS ROAD ROUNDABOUT WITH HARBORO ROAD AND FIRS RD CARRING TON LANE

    Posted by Shaun Thompson at 08:53, Wednesday 31 January 2018

  • What is the point of reporting these issues, nothing gets done, the roads are becoming a total rubble filled joke and the councils can not afford to fix them, but 20 million cars vans wagons that contrubute to billions of pounds duty do not get a fair deal when it comes to roads ben safe.

    Posted by Shaun Thompson at 09:56, Wednesday 28 February 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • WHEN ARE WE THE MOTORISTS GOING TO HVE SOME OF OUR TAXES WE PAY FOR KEEPING CARS AND BIKES ON THE ROAD SAFELY. NOW THE M62 NR JNT 4, The Tarmc on the motorway carridgways is appalling it is a disgrace, it is A DANGER TO MOTORCYLISTS. When are you going to repair these messes.

    Posted by Shaun Thompson at 17:09, Saturday 31 March 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Hahahahaaaa fixed, no it has deteriorated 20% worse, my motorcycle now has a damaged front tyre, yeah thanks MCC, What a waste of time.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Shaun Thompson at 17:43, Saturday 28 April 2018

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