Reported via desktop in the Road surface (NH) category anonymously at 14:56, Mon 20 September 2021
Sent to National Highways less than a minute later
The surface of the slip road off the A34 at Marcham has a large dip in it. This is dangerous for those slowing down from 70 MPH off the A34 without the knowledge of it.
A34 north bound Abingdon exit slip road very dangerous road has surface has started to subside when driving there earlier nearly ended up in the verge due to large dip in road possible badger set under road
Posted anonymously at 14:47, Mon 4 October 2021
This dip is gradually worsening at over time, could be the start of a possible sink hole if it continues. Some cars are beginning to drive into the right hand lane and back into the left after to avoid it, not necessarily with warning. Have witnessed some vehicles swerve after hitting it as they haven’t been expecting it. Could easily cause someone to lose control, or serious damage to someone’s vehicle especially the speed you’ll drive off the a34 and not wanting to slam your brakes on when there’s others behind you.
Posted anonymously at 06:14, Wed 6 October 2021
This dip in the road is so pronounced it made the DAB radio skip. It could be potentially fatal for an unaware motorcyclist if un rectified
Posted anonymously at 14:44, Sun 12 December 2021
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