Roundabout needs road sweeping after two accidents.
Reported via desktop in the Street cleaning category by Cllr Malcolm Ryder at 14:10, Friday 8 April 2022 using FixMyStreet Pro
Sent to Cherwell District Council less than a minute later
The roundabout at Begbroke needs road sweeping after two accidents. I have removed some of the larger bits of hard plastic but there a number of bolts, plastic and stones. What3words ///guarding.remission.backed ///lanes.learns.sourcing And ///wording.tidying.education GPS: (51.8217682, -1.3186960) RMCJ+PG3 Kidlington, United Kingdom
This is the third time there has been an accident here and you haven’t repaired it from the last one. “A” on the photo is how high up the vehicle went suggesting a high-speed impact. “B” on the map is where people wait to cross the road. It’s at Begbroke A44 Woodstock Road west side. What3Words ///fingertip.snapped.origins. GPS: (51.8218641, -1.3189558) RMCJ+PCV Kidlington, United Kingdom. Can I suggest council stop fiddling around with traffic lights at the Loop Farm Roundabout and fix our problem at Begbroke. Sat 10th Sep 2022, I think I first reported the first accident back in April.
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 16:26, Saturday 10 September 2022
It’s nice they’ve tided around the roundabout a bit and put a couple of new cones there but wouldn’t of been better to put some Jersey Barriers a 1.5 - 2.5 Tonnes interlocking concrete block at this very sensitive crossing point they offer temporary protection to members of the public at £165.00 or £10.00pw to hire could use some Lego Blocks.
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 18:14, Monday 12 September 2022
Nothing has been done about this accident black spot which dates back to the 8th April 2022. ( older for some of the signage ). I see there is no Council Ref code for this reported accident a second accident added to the first lot of damage. I think it is very important to deploy Jersey Barriers a 1.5 - 2.5 Tonnes interlocking concrete block as school children wait for the bus at this point. I don’t think put in plastic cones and plastic tape making the area safe as I’ve seen in my report. The 8th April report seems to have been closed. Can I have an update report as it is getting on for 7 months now.
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 10:44, Monday 10 October 2022
Provide an update