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Centre of road dangerous

Reported in the Potholes category by Peter Rolt at 12:59, Sat 12 February 2011

Sent to Luton Borough Council less than a minute later

Many holesin the centre of the road are a hazard to cars and cycles in the area adjacent to he Lennox Green juction with Hedley Rise

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  • No repairs carried out, cycling home from work at 10pm is really dangerous, the holes fill with rain water and whilst pulling out to avoid parked cars it is easy to fall into these ruts and into the path of oncoming traffic.

    Posted by Peter Rolt at 14:25, Sat 12 March 2011

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 14:25, Sat 12 March 2011

  • Holes highlighted with red spray paint, nothing repaired yet

    Posted by Peter Rolt at 10:23, Thu 14 April 2011

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 10:23, Thu 14 April 2011

  • Made safe & Patching planned

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Highways at 11:57, Tue 21 June 2011

  • Almost August and nothing has changed! The council continues to waste our money on the unwanted "Bus link" but cannot be bothered with holes that make this part of the road dangerous to cyclists and cause damage to cars. Pathetic.

    Posted by Peter Rolt at 16:59, Fri 29 July 2011

  • The majority of the dangerous holes have been filled and repainted, the smaller holes to the left of the Colwell Rise junction to Craley Green roundabout were obviously not bad enough to warrent repair. Reported in February, repaired by October, wow!

    Posted by Peter Rolt at 10:38, Fri 28 October 2011

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