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Dangerous Potholes

Reported in the Potholes category anonymously at 18:07, Wednesday 16 May 2018

Sent to Nottingham City Council 2 minutes later

There are several huge potholes at the end of Harvey road. Although I understand this road is unadopted I believe it is still the councils responsibility to fix any that could be considered dangerous? These potholes are now to such depth they simply cannot be driven over and this is causing traffic to swerve. This is a road that serves multiple schools and has hundreds of students using it both on feet and by bicycle including much younger students accessing the primary school. Those on feet are put at risk by cars swerving to avoid the potholes and if someone on a bicycle were to try and drive through one they would likely be thrown off. These are getting worse day by day due to the large volume of nottingham city homes vans that are still driving through the potholes causing them to worsen day by day. These potholes have now been present for several months and really need addressing. Please see attached photos.

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