Potholes nr bridge
Reported via mobile in the Pothole on road/cycleway category by LynxHighways NotFitForPurpose at 10:29, Tue 20 December 2022
Sent to Lincolnshire County Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 440516.
Previous report conveniently disappeared. Large potholes here, you recently resurfaced the bridge but didn't fix these at the same time? Seems a waste of resources to repeatedly visit.
Thanks for letting us know about your issue with a pothole on the road or cycleway. We will look into this and let you know what we find within the next 14 days. You can find out more about potholes on our website
Posted by Lincolnshire County Council at 10:29, Tue 20 December 2022
State changed to: No further action
Updated by Lincolnshire County Council at 16:33, Tue 20 December 2022
How you can deny fault is astonishing. Picture clearly shows potholes full of water :)
State changed to: Open
Posted by LynxHighways NotFitForPurpose at 18:16, Tue 20 December 2022
Driving along Lordship Road on 2 January 2023 (pm) - at a gentle pace given the county road and with children and a dog in the car - when our car hit a huge pothole, which instantly punctured the tyre. Within seconds it took the tyre pressure from 235 to 10 and then 0, seconds later. This evidences just how large/deep the pothole is given the instant impact. Subsequently, this meant a call out and a new tyre. Not acceptable County Council; there are a number of large pot holes on this stretch and disappointing to read that these had previously been reported - but to no avail - which has now left me out of pocket due to the lack of roadworthy infrastructure.
Posted anonymously at 22:30, Tuesday 3 January 2023
Unfortunately they don't use common sense, for example repairing a pot hole 6ft away from a pothole they're repairing. I doubt it's the working engineers, more the incompetent clowns pulling the strings. I would advise you to put a claim in against the council for your losses and of course stress etc caused, forms can be found on LCC website i believe or contact a no win no fee solicitor, the more claims lincs highways get the more chance of them actually doing a proper job, here's hoping.
Posted by LynxHighways NotFitForPurpose at 23:31, Tuesday 3 January 2023
These pot holes are still very prominent and now on both sides of the road. This is just a couple of the problems along these small roads that are only getting worse due to the growing amount of very large vehicles travelling along these small so called country lanes. Maybe a weight restriction would help to ease this problem.
Posted anonymously at 11:47, Monday 16 January 2023
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