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Pot holes

Reported in the Potholes category by Caroline Ackerman at 21:35, Thu 6 February 2014

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 5 minutes later

The road at this mini roundabout has broken up with loose tarmac and potholes. It is a danger to any cyclist or motorcyclist as it is impossible to avoid. Needs urgent attention and repair.

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  • Reply from BANEs - not their area. Please forward to Bristol City Council.

    Posted by Caroline Ackerman at 13:15, Sun 9 February 2014

  • Short term fix but won't last for too long. Showing signs of deterioration already.

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted by Caroline Ackerman at 17:35, Fri 7 March 2014

  • Roundabout still in very bad condition. Is a dangerous hazard to cars and especially cyclists and motor cyclists.

    Posted anonymously at 21:31, Sun 30 March 2014

  • This roundabout is in very dangerous condition ,the cars are now driving in odd and dangerous ways to miss the potholes and as a cyclists I can see it wont be long untill some one is hurt

    Posted by Tim O'Connell at 10:17, Tue 8 April 2014

  • Now repaired and looks like a good job dune

    Posted by Tim O'Connell at 19:22, Sat 12 April 2014

  • Over a period of time this mini roundabout has broken up very badly some of the pot holes in and around the roundabout are very deep its bad enough trying to get round the roundabout with out damaging your vehicle, on a push bike or motor bike its enough to throw a rider off

    Posted by Chris Sandford at 15:54, Wednesday 7 February 2018

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