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Speed cusions require attention

Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 11:04, Fri 16 October 2015

Sent to Aberdeenshire Council 1 minute later

The speed cushions along schoolhill road, particularly towards the hillside road end are falling apart where they meet the carriageway leaving pot holes where the car tyres go over the edge of the ramps. This has been reported previously with no response or action.

Can this be inspected and remedial works carried out this time?

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    Your repair has been logged with an estimated inspection time of 7 working days. A decision regarding this repair will be made following this inspection.

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    Please contact the Roads Department at Roads@aberdeenshire.gov.uk quoting your reference number in the subject line.

    Alternatively, you can contact the Roads Line on 03456 08 12 05, quoting reference number 323189. The Roads Line is available between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.

    Thank you for taking the time to report the defect to us.

    Kind Regards, Susan Customer Advisor

    Posted anonymously at 11:22, Fri 16 October 2015

  • No further feedback from Council on this issue and the speed cushions are steadily breaking up and getting worse along schoolhill road.

    Posted anonymously at 11:50, Thu 14 January 2016

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