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Edge of road opposite Bankside is now rutted to a depth of ten inches. This is dangerous for vehicles, pedestrian and cyclists.

Reported in the Potholes category by John Stott at 10:42, Friday 6 September 2019

Sent to Norfolk County Council 3 minutes later

This rutting is caused by lorries and tractors meeting head on. The trees at Bankside cause lack of visibility to oncoming traffic. One cyclist rode off of the edge and fell off damaging a front wheel recently. Any car that is forced to one side will be badly damaged. Horse riders also face the same problem. All of Marsh Road is in an appalling state. Passing places have deep holes, and potholes are evident its full length.

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  • The rest of the road has been repaired. However they seem to think a ten inch deep rut where a cyclist fell off is not worth a few bucketfulls of hardcore!

    Posted by John Stott at 11:06, Friday 4 October 2019
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • No, still not repaired and getting worse.

    Posted by John Stott at 11:43, Friday 1 November 2019
    Still open, via questionnaire

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