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  • Metal plate in road, 28th July
    There is a large metal plate (covering something in the road must probably) but its in the bus lane/cycle lane and a cyclist could be caused to tip over as it is not easy to see until you are right on top of itand it is almost fall width of the lane and is around 3ins in depth and could cause a cyclist to fall off a bike and with buses there, and pedestrians to the left!! cause for concern please urgently check this out.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 141 Friar Street, Reading
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  • Pavements marked, 28th July
    The right hand side going west - pavement needs a deep clean lots of dark stains and looks terrible.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 41 Friar Street, Reading
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  • Metal bins/weeds, 28th July
    Three metal bins along Friar Street and down Queen Victoria Road all have weeds growing out of them at the base. Looks terrible for a City to Be!
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 154 Friar Street, Reading
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  • Sand around bollard, 28th July
    There is lots of sand around a bollard by the coffee place on the corner of Friar St/Station Rd? Left by the contractors doing the road???
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 143 Friar Street, Reading
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  • Potholes and very worn damaged road surface, 28th July
    I cant understand why this section of a main commuter road hasn't been resurfaced. There are lots of potholes at the junction with Donkin Hill, making it dangerous to cycle along. The road surface is very badly deteriorated and worn
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 26 Donkin Hill, Caversham
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  • Bulbs out on traffic lights, 28th July
    3 Traffic lights have had bulbs out for at least a week near the Moderation pub at RG1 8BB in Caversham Road and one of the sets is obscured by trees. Only one green working
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  • Overhanging Branches and Overgrown Hedges - Bath Road, 25th July
    I am getting frustrated when I walk to Reading Town Centre from Armadale Court on the Bath Road and back again. I have to continually duck down or move around low handing branches from trees when using the pathway. Also I have to move around hedges that have overgrown and have invaded the pathways. This continues at different areas of the route towards the police Station roundabout. Can Reading Borough Coucil please where it is their responsibility to remove the low hanging Branches and overgrown hedges or inform the land owners of thier responsibility to ensure that public pathways are not invaded by lower hanging branches or overgrown hedges. Many thanks
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  • Disintegrated road surface., 24th July
    This is part of a cycle route and is extremely rough. The whole road needs resurfacing. Been like it for ages. Thanks
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Smallmead Road, Pingewood
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  • Ridiculous delays on crossing for pedestrians, 23rd July
    Takes way too long to stop the traffic - especially during non rush-hours
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): London Road, Reading
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  • Red light broken, 23rd July
    The red light is out on this set of lights. Please replace the bulb or install LED traffic lights.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): St Mary's Butts, Reading
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  • Poor Road Layout, 22nd July
    The current 4 lane route over Caversham Bridge is a poor use of roadway. The lanes are not wide enough for all to be used. As a result the Southbound 2nd lane rarely gets used, and the Northbound inside lane (turning onto A4074) gets tied up with the 2nd lane because they are too narrow to run independently. Either: Some pavement needs to be sacrificed (there is an underpass which would allow one-side to be the main Cycle/Footpath route) to make all lanes fluid, and ideally add a Central Reservation. Or, The 2nd Southbound lane should be sacrificed to make the Northbound lanes wider, allowing them to run independently (this would massively improve traffic flow from Town and Richfield Avenue without degrading flow from Caversham.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Caversham Road, Caversham
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  • Road Surface/Roundabout, 22nd July
    The mini-roundabout at the end of Portman Way is a patchwork of uneven surfaces, particularly when transitioning from Cow Lane onto Portman Road. The patchy paint surface of the roundabout, linked with multiple potholes and breaks in the road surface make it a rough ride in a car, but dangerous to negotiate on a motorcycle. The level of traffic in this area make it a dangerous interface to negotiate at the best of times, but an excessive level of attention must be paid to finding a safe route over the surface, at the expense of monitoring the actions of other motorists.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 44 Portman Road, Reading
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  • Sunken Drain, 22nd July
    The railway improvement works resulted in the resurfacing of Cow Lane when the first bridge was replaced. The roadway was poorly re-laid at the time and a number of manholes and drains have sunk further since. I would have thought the council would have recourse to expect the contractor/Network Rail to remedy their poor workmanship. The drain in particular causes a sharp impact and is difficult to avoid on a motorcycle because a large area of roadway around it has sunk too.
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Cow Lane, Reading
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  • Dangerous crossing, 21st July
    There is going to be a major accident at this crossing, to the island in the middle of the road from the Allcroft road side of the island. Its a busy road with lots of lorries and buses. The tree further up the hill is at the edge of the roads, forced large vehicles out into the centre of the road. They then turn to left and are in a direct course to anyone standing in the grey box, at the last moment they then tune right at the island to go around the elbow in the road, Thus the island and camber of the road and elbow forces large vehicles to move very close to the kerb (which is very low along this area), and If you stand (which you do, because of the volume of traffic) on the pavement in the grey box with raised braille surface you are very likely to be hit. This is an accident waiting to happen. This island needs to be moved up Redlands road towards Allcroft road where it is further away from the road and the chamber / slope of the road towards the pavement is not so much. Or the tree needs to be removed. All it takes is a driver to make a small mistake and a pedestrian to not be watching closely and there is going to be an accident

    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 42 Redlands Road, Reading
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  • Loose drain cover, 20th July
    On Woodcote Road at junction with Richmond Road a very loose drain cover is driven over by almost every vehicle going south and the noise is constant
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Richmond Road, Caversham
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  • Uneven surface and pot holes, 17th July
    Five different areas on craven road need resurfacing
    Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Craven Road, Reading
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