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Roundabout opposite fire Station, Whitefield Road, New Milton

Reported via desktop in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 10:23, Thu 17 June 2021

Sent to Hampshire County Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 2797979.

Covered in lumps, bumps, deep ruts etc. an absolute car suspensions. Originally reported a year ago and told nothing wrong. Whoever investigated must have overlooked an appointment with Specsavers! Now a positive hazard in some places. Yesterday caught my front wheel in a deep rut - result a two-month-old wheel damaged irreparably. This very busy foundabout needs urgent attention.

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 12:08, Thu 15 July 2021

  • Dreadful state of the roundabout opposite the fire station at the end of Whitefield Road, New Milton. Holes, ridges, chunks out of the road surface. Plays havoc with a car's suspension and dangerous for cycles/motorcycles.

    Posted anonymously at 18:21, Thu 12 August 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Quite disgusted that nothing at all has happened after all these months. Think the Council is just waiting for a bad accident to happen!

    Posted anonymously at 07:00, Fri 10 September 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Months have gone by since this problem was first raised. Absolutely nothing done, no comment from Hampshire Highways, hazardous ruts and holes getting worse on a very busy roundabout.

    Posted anonymously at 09:03, Fri 8 October 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • This road hazard is a positive disgrace with ruts and holes large enough to cause danger to an unsuspecting cyclist or motorcyclist, especially with darker days upon us. The HCC reply is that no accidents have been reported, so they are obviously waiting for a fatality - and THEN what will it cost them?

    Posted anonymously at 09:56, Fri 5 November 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

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