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[Image taken 9.1.23] Burton Stone Lane, York. The area directly around the grating (dimensions see: #187368) is scheduled for repair. But the remainder? I'll report it when I feed back about the other damage here today. Other image today … [more]

[Image taken 1.11.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. Context and link: #187368.

[Image taken 1.11.22] Burton Stone Lane (between the junctions with Field View and Ratcliffe Street), York. Fractured tarmac around this grating has still not been repaired. First image this damage: #183663. It's 7cm and 5cm deep in places. … [more]

[Image taken 24.5.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. Location of hazard in: #182794. (Also context and links.)

[UPDATE: 22.6.22. At least part of the damage has been marked up for repair: #183663.] [Image taken 24.5.22] Burton Stone Lane, York. The tarmac around this grating is cracking and some has already come out. That means there's a sharp metal … [more]

[Image taken 2.8.21] Dragon Cycleway, Dragon Road car park, Harrogate. See: #173015 and links.

[Image taken 2.8.21] Dragon Cycleway, Dragon Road car park, Harrogate. See: #173015 and links.

[Image taken 2.8.21] Dragon Road car park, Harrogate. The Dragon Cycleway (leads to/from the Nidderdale Greenway) runs between the ‘Exhibition Traffic Control Office’ – actually a tiny hut – and Grove Park View/Grove Park Avenue. It’s a key … [more]

[Image taken 19.5.21] Layerthorpe, York. City of York Council has replaced the slotted grating in the carriageway with a grille. I believe this is the safe pattern for carriageway drainage. The previous design was a hazard for people on … [more]

[Update: #169138] [Image taken 24.3.21] Location of the grating in the line of travel of someone turning off Layerthorpe, York, for example to go to Asda. See also: #166146

[Update: #169138] [Image taken 24.3.21] Layerthorpe, York. Grating in carriageway. It is dead centre in the side road. The slots are in the direction of travel ie right where someone on a cycle is positioned. Tyres could go in. Someone … [more]

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