Broken dropped kerb on cycle path crossing entrance to 66 Molesworth Street
Reported in the Roads/Highways category anonymously at 21:57, Sunday 17 March 2019
Sent to Lewisham Borough Council 27 minutes later
This damaged kerbline has been here for many months. It is the kerb to the right (north) of the vehicular entrance to 66 Molesworth Street, where the cycle path crosses the entrance.
The road surface next to the kerb (where the puddle has collected in the image) is also depressed into the ground. This means there is no longer a dropped kerb for cyclists and wheelchair users. There are now also issues with rainwater drainage as a result, which may be fixed by repairing the entrance road.
PLEASE DO NOT FIT AN INAPPROPRIATE GULLEY/DRAIN IN THE PATH OF CYCLISTS USING THE CYCLE PATH AS THIS WILL POSE A GREATER RISK OF INJURY FOR CYCLE PATH USERS.
If left unfixed, this could pose a risk of damage to vehicles wishing to use the cycle path as well as a risk of injury.
Details Passed to Transport for London to Inspect Update Submitted by LoveLewisham: http://lovelewisham.com/ Home/ Details/ 7fe00be5-eabc-4394-85e4-8d7aae2b5d92
Posted by Lewisham Borough Council at 13:18, Tuesday 19 March 2019
Details Passed to Transport for London to Inspect
State changed to: Internal referral
Posted anonymously at 15:12, Friday 22 March 2019
Problem is still there after a month. Please inform of the next steps.
State changed to: Open
Posted anonymously at 23:42, Monday 22 April 2019
Nearly 6 months later, this report is still completely ignored. Don't take the piss please. If you're not going to do anything about it then just say so so I can give up thinking about it. Please.
Posted anonymously at 00:18, Friday 23 August 2019
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