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  • Street light outside 83 Abingdon Road, Drayton, Abingdon is not working, 16th February
    on 16th February 2018 at 8:02 pm

    The street light is not working or comes on sometimes but most of the time it does not work, makes the bus stop and pathway very dark Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 85 Abingdon Road, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Barrier need to be built at the end of the allyway before a child is injured or even killed, 14th February
    on 14th February 2018 at 10:53 am

    On as many as 4 occasions I have witnessed children ride the bikes straight out of the end of the alleyway I fear soon one will be knocked off or even killed as resident's drive past unaware Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 16 Corneville Road, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Large pot hole on roundabout, 12th February
    on 12th February 2018 at 6:33 pm

    Large pothole on the roundabout on as you are coming from Sutton courtenay, unavoidable as it’s so large and deep enough to cause damage. Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 1 Steventon Road, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Drain is full outside and there are large potholes all along the highway outside 69 High St (Grade II listed property), 12th February
    on 12th February 2018 at 9:19 am

    The road surface needs repairing and the drains need pumping out more regularly. Our ancient house is being constantly splashed by large puddles of water which is effecting the wall structure eg. damp and making the windows very dirty. Some water coming through the ancient windows at times. Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 67 High Street, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • 3 way traffic lights all stuck on red @ 21:50, 8th February
    on 8th February 2018 at 10:19 pm

    As above lights stuck on red Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 3 Abingdon Road, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Severe speeding, 7th February
    on 7th February 2018 at 10:08 am

    The stretch of road between the start of Drayton (Steventon end) and the golf club is plagued by speeding. At all times of day but especially bad at night. The problem is made even worse by the narrow pavements along this stretch. To a lot of drivers it clearly doesn’t feel like a 30mph zone as they either start accelerating out of Drayton or don’t slow back down again after the 40mph zone coming from Steventon. There used to be semi regular mobile speeding vans but I guess it wasn’t making the police any money?? A speed cushion at either end of these houses would solve the problem I’m sure. Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 226 Steventon Road, Steventon Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Bins left on path by bin men, 7th February
    on 7th February 2018 at 10:01 am

    Every week the bins along Steventon Road are left in the middle of the path by the bin men. My wife walks out baby son down this road most days and must either walk into the road with the pushchair around the bins or move the bins back into the residents gardens. The problem is not with the residents as I drive past in the morning and bins are within the property boundary, it only exists after the bin collection, for the sake of walking an extra 2 meters my wife would not need to endanger her life an that if our son every Wednesday. Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 238 Steventon Road, Steventon Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Massive pothole on huge drain, 5th February
    on 5th February 2018 at 10:49 am

    It looks like there was been an attempt to fix a pothole attached to a huge drain here, but if anything the problem has become worse Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Drayton Road, Milton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Street lamp number 8 is not working., 4th February
    on 4th February 2018 at 8:17 pm

    Lamp not working for some time now. Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 7 Whitehorns Way, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • LARGE AMOUNT of holes and trenches disintegrating, 4th February
    on 4th February 2018 at 5:35 pm

    Travelling north towards Abingdon Numerous service holes,trenches and drain surroundings disintegrating in the sector of road from kerb to 1.5 metres out that cyclists have to use and build up of silt/mud at kerbside. There are now whole sections tens of metres long that are a continuous surface of holes, and worse deep ruts, but ESPECIALLY between Corneville rd and Sutton wick lane. These are EXTRA dangerous for two wheeled users as many of the trenches breaking up are roughly in DIRECTION but angled slightly of travel not at right angles which forces cycle wheel to be 'railroaded' into following trench rut as it veers towards center of road/kerb. Last week my front wheel slipped into parallel trench and caused me to veer into centre of road and come off.Luckily there was no traffic over taking me. Please take consideration not only the DEPTH of these holes but 1)the POSITION on carriageway with regard to cyclists safety,2)effect of long sharp edged ruts/grooves/trenches on the stability of cycle front wheels,3) the need BY LAW of cyclists to signal to turn into side streets but especially to turn right at Sutton wick lane to join cycle lane on other side and therefore RIDE ONE HANDED, 4)the sheer number of deficiencies small, big or long in such a small distance that make sum of danger far greater than each individual hole, my front wheel is entering not just a 2nd hole while back wheel is in still in 1st hole but often front wheel is entering 3rd or even 4th hole while back wheel is losing grip, direction in first hole. There MUST be some sort of guidance in safety guidance apart from depth of each hole measured individually? Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 37 Abingdon Road, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Holes and trenches disintegrating, 4th February
    on 4th February 2018 at 5:34 pm

    Travelling north towards Abingdon Numerous service holes,trenches and drain surroundings disintegrating in the sector of road from kerb to 1.5 metres out that cyclists have to use and build up of silt/mud at kerbside. There are now whole sections tens of metres long that are a continuous surface of holes, and worse deep ruts, ESPECIALLY between Corneville rd and Sutton wick lane. These are EXTRA dangerous for two wheeled users as many of the trenches breaking up are roughly in DIRECTION but angled slightly of travel not at right angles which forces cycle wheel to be 'railroaded' into following trench rut as it veers towards center of road/kerb. Last week my front wheel slipped into parallel trench and caused me to veer into centre of road and come off.Luckily there was no traffic over taking me. Please take consideration not only the DEPTH of these holes but 1)the POSITION on carriageway with regard to cyclists safety,2)effect of long sharp edged ruts/grooves/trenches on the stability of cycle front wheels,3) the need BY LAW of cyclists to signal to turn into side streets but especially to turn right at Sutton wick lane to join cycle lane on other side and therefore RIDE ONE HANDED, 4)the sheer number of deficiencies small, big or long in such a small distance that make sum of danger far greater than each individual hole, my front wheel is entering not just a 2nd hole while back wheel is in still in 1st hole but often front wheel is entering 3rd or even 4th hole while back wheel is losing grip, direction in first hole. There MUST be some sort of guidance in safety guidance apart from depth of each hole measured individually? Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 69 Abingdon Road, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Came off cycle due to long rut from side of service trench., 4th February
    on 4th February 2018 at 5:33 pm

    Travelling north towards Abingdon Numerous service holes,trenches and drain surroundings disintegrating in the sector of road from kerb to 1.5 metres out that cyclists have to use and build up of silt/mud at kerbside. There are now whole sections tens of metres long that are a continuous surface of holes, and worse deep ruts, between Hilliat fields and Sutton wick lane but ESPECIALLY between Corneville rd and Sutton wick lane. These are EXTRA dangerous for two wheeled users as many of the trenches breaking up are roughly in DIRECTION but angled slightly of travel not at right angles which forces cycle wheel to be 'railroaded' into following trench rut as it veers towards center of road/kerb. Last week my front wheel slipped into parallel trench and caused me to veer into centre of road and come off.Luckily there was no traffic over taking me. Please take consideration not only the DEPTH of these holes but 1)the POSITION on carriageway with regard to cyclists safety,2)effect of long sharp edged ruts/grooves/trenches on the stability of cycle front wheels,3) the need BY LAW of cyclists to signal to turn into side streets but especially to turn right at Sutton wick lane to join cycle lane on other side and therefore RIDE ONE HANDED, 4)the sheer number of deficiencies small, big or long in such a small distance that make sum of danger far greater than each individual hole, my front wheel is entering not just a 2nd hole while back wheel is in still in 1st hole but often front wheel is entering 3rd or even 4th hole while back wheel is losing grip, direction in first hole. There MUST be some sort of guidance in safety guidance apart from depth of each hole measured individually? Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 91 Abingdon Road, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Came off cycle due to long rut from side of service trench., 4th February
    on 4th February 2018 at 5:32 pm

    Travelling north towards Abingdon Numerous service holes,trenches and drain surroundings disintegrating in the sector of road from kerb to 1.5 metres out that cyclists have to use and build up of silt/mud at kerbside. There are now whole sections tens of metres long that are a continuous surface of holes, and worse deep ruts, between Hilliat fields and Sutton wick lane but ESPECIALLY between Corneville rd and Sutton wick lane. These are EXTRA dangerous for two wheeled users as many of the trenches breaking up are roughly in DIRECTION but angled slightly of travel not at right angles which forces cycle wheel to be 'railroaded' into following trench rut as it veers towards center of road/kerb. Last week my front wheel slipped into parallel trench and caused me to veer into centre of road and come off.Luckily there was no traffic over taking me. Please take consideration not only the DEPTH of these holes but 1)the POSITION on carriageway with regard to cyclists safety,2)effect of long sharp edged ruts/grooves/trenches on the stability of cycle front wheels,3) the need BY LAW of cyclists to signal to turn into side streets but especially to turn right at Sutton wick lane to join cycle lane on other side and therefore RIDE ONE HANDED, 4)the sheer number of deficiencies small, big or long in such a small distance that make sum of danger far greater than each individual hole, my front wheel is entering not just a 2nd hole while back wheel is in still in 1st hole but often front wheel is entering 3rd or even 4th hole while back wheel is losing grip, direction in first hole. There MUST be some sort of guidance in safety guidance apart from depth of each hole measured individually? Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Abingdon Road, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Numerous holes and trenches disintegrating, 4th February
    on 4th February 2018 at 5:31 pm

    Travelling north towards Abingdon Numerous service holes,trenches and drain surroundings disintegrating in the sector of road from kerb to 1.5 metres out that cyclists have to use and build up of silt/mud at kerbside. There are now whole sections tens of metres long that are a continuous surface of holes, and worse deep ruts, between Hilliat fields and Sutton wick lane but ESPECIALLY between Corneville rd and Sutton wick lane. These are EXTRA dangerous for two wheeled users as many of the trenches breaking up are roughly in DIRECTION but angled slightly of travel not at right angles which forces cycle wheel to be 'railroaded' into following trench rut as it veers towards center of road/kerb. Last week my front wheel slipped into parallel trench and caused me to veer into centre of road and come off.Luckily there was no traffic over taking me. Please take consideration not only the DEPTH of these holes but 1)the POSITION on carriageway with regard to cyclists safety,2)effect of long sharp edged ruts/grooves/trenches on the stability of cycle front wheels,3) the need BY LAW of cyclists to signal to turn into side streets but especially to turn right at Sutton wick lane to join cycle lane on other side and therefore RIDE ONE HANDED, 4)the sheer number of deficiencies small, big or long in such a small distance that make sum of danger far greater than each individual hole, my front wheel is entering not just a 2nd hole while back wheel is in still in 1st hole but often front wheel is entering 3rd or even 4th hole while back wheel is losing grip, direction in first hole. There MUST be some sort of guidance in safety guidance apart from depth of each hole measured individually? Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 85 Abingdon Road, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

  • Numerous ervice holes and trenches disintegrating, 4th February
    on 4th February 2018 at 5:30 pm

    Travelling north towards Abingdon Numerous service holes,trenches and drain surroundings disintegrating in the sector of road from kerb to 1.5 metres out that cyclists have to use and build up of silt/mud at kerbside. There are now whole sections tens of metres long that are a continuous surface of holes, and worse deep ruts, between Hilliat fields and Sutton wick lane but ESPECIALLY between Corneville rd and Sutton wick lane. These are EXTRA dangerous for two wheeled users as many of the trenches breaking up are roughly in DIRECTION but angled slightly of travel not at right angles which forces cycle wheel to be 'railroaded' into following trench rut as it veers towards center of road/kerb. Last week my front wheel slipped into parallel trench and caused me to veer into centre of road and come off.Luckily there was no traffic over taking me. Please take consideration not only the DEPTH of these holes but 1)the POSITION on carriageway with regard to cyclists safety,2)effect of long sharp edged ruts/grooves/trenches on the stability of cycle front wheels,3) the need BY LAW of cyclists to signal to turn into side streets but especially to turn right at Sutton wick lane to join cycle lane on other side and therefore RIDE ONE HANDED, 4)the sheer number of deficiencies small, big or long in such a small distance that make sum of danger far greater than each individual hole, my front wheel is entering not just a 2nd hole while back wheel is in still in 1st hole but often front wheel is entering 3rd or even 4th hole while back wheel is losing grip, direction in first hole. There MUST be some sort of guidance in safety guidance apart from depth of each hole measured individually? Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Drayton Road, Drayton Report on FixMyStreet […]

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