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Highways Bulletin for January 29

Published on: 29 Jan, 2024
Updated on: 31 Jan, 2024

The information for this bulletin comes from Surrey County Council.

For more information please click here.

From the Surrey County Council bulletin…

What we are doing to tackle potholes in Surrey

Pothole repair underway

During winter, there is an increase in the number of potholes. To find out why, watch our‘How do potholes form’ video.

Potholes can be very frustrating for Surrey residents and we are doing all we can to tackle them. You can report a pothole in your area using our online form.

For more details on how we are managing pothole repairs, please visit our ‘Potholes repairs’ webpage.

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Responses to Highways Bulletin for January 29

  1. Brian Holt Reply

    January 29, 2024 at 10:40 pm

    About a year ago the top of Northway, Stoughton, was resurfaced. When asking why the rest of the road was not done SCC Highway Inspector said it was not required as it was all right.

    So why has SCC been out three times this year already to fill potholes? On Wednesday January 24, they filled twenty potholes on Northway, leaving some proud of the level of the surface with loose chippings, which are causing problems for pedestrians and parked cars. It is well known that nothing has been done to slow Northway traffic down, so speeding cars are flicking the chippings up. One women was hit in the face and neck. Cars have also been hit and the chips have gone onto driveways.

    Another example of SCC’s inability to save money and resolve problems permanently.

    Instead, they patch it up and leave but continue to tell people there is no need to resurface the rest of Northway. Three visits in January, and 20 potholes later there is still more to come, no doubt.

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