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Reported in the Roads/highways category by Michael P at 14:41, Tue 24 March 2009

Sent to Bedfordshire County Council 4 minutes later

Sundon Road, Harlington. As the road rises up steeply on Sundon Road between Harlington and Upper Sundon, the road surface on the climbing (left) side has deteriorated so badly that is practically only fit for a tractor. There are pot holes galore - down to the surface of the original (last) road. Urgent attention is required so as not to completely ruin vehicle suspension and cause an accident in the face of descending traffic. Thanks.

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  • An update: The road has been marked up in a FEW places (not all) but nothing further has been done. Meanwhile, the surface gets worse and worse. There has been no communication from the new Central Beds Council.

    Posted by Michael P at 15:40, Tue 21 April 2009

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 15:40, Tue 21 April 2009

  • The Council has now arranged for a full resurface (not just pothole pasting as has occured in the interim) which is to take place over 2 days starting on June 29th.

    Posted by Michael P at 16:22, Mon 22 June 2009

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