Posted on:15 December 2017
If you find a problem on your road, please report it.
If you find a problem on your road, please report it
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Salisbury’s delivery van came down Clifford Street Chudleigh So quickly and in order to avoid a parked car crashed into a house ripping off the awning This could easily have killed someone. This road is too narrow for the volume of traffic and needs urgent review before there is a fatality
Hi Sandi, thanks for your message. I will make sure your comment and contact details gets passed to the Highways Team. Rebecca
Hi Sandi, I just wanted to let you know that the Highways Services Team have logged your comment, the reference is ENQ181185774. Rebecca
Just to thank Devon Highways for dealing with the pothole in Sowden Lane Barnstaple (W181095238) so promptly.
Thank you. I will make sure that the Highways Team get your message.
We live at Huntly Lodge Forder Lane Bishopsteignton and our property abuts the narrow road. Opposite to us the ground if about 12` higher than our property. There are several trees in the garden of the property opposite (`Delamore`) which are sloping towards Forder Lane and if they come down would completely block the road through the village and potentially do a lot of damage to our house. Whenever there is heavy rain and high winds it concerns us greatly. We would welcome your opinion/visit/advice on the situation.
You can report hazardous or fallen trees here: https://new.devon.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/report-a-problem/ This will make sure that the location is correct and you will also get a reference number which you can use to follow up the enquiry if need be.
I Have reported a problem with the drains being blocked at Goutsford cross and the flooding sending large amount of muddy and debris loaded water into my property. Sad to say that you send employees to put up road signs which doesn’t solve the problem.
Thanks for your message. I’ve passed your information onto the Highways Team and asked them to respond to you directly.
Having travelled from Tiverton to Roundswell on the A361. I found myself noticing how many road sign were either filthy or hidden by trees, these are meant to aid the driver/ visitor in N Devon. Is it possible for this to be corrected. A dangerous on is the one from Bishops Tawton to new developed roundabout sign to Lynton is not visable until right on top of it.
Am I human????????.
Thanks for your message. If overgrown vegetation is obstructing signs, then you can report it at https://new.devon.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/report-a-problem/ that way we know the exact location and you can see if the problem has already been reported.
The resurfacing work carried out on North Devon roads over the last few weeks have resulted in very hazardous conditions for cyclists. The layer of loose gravel left on the surface (which is not being swept away!) has resulted in me falling off my bike with a puncture! Luckily i only suffered cuts and bruising and was grateful the motorbike skidded to a stop behind me within only a few feet! This is not acceptable and i will now be seeking compensation!
Thank you for your message and I’m sorry to read about your accident. I will pass the information onto the highways team for that area. In the meantime, information about highways insurance claims and a ‘Highways Incident Report Form’ can be found here https://new.devon.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/highways-insurance-claims/
4×4 Parked in the Bus Lane on Pinhoe Road, Exeter (outside 103) for the last 3 days. Causes chaos to the bus drivers who used to get on the radio and report offenders but this doesn’t seem to happen any more. Who can this be reported to?
Thank you for your message. I’ve passed your details to the Traffic Management team.
Flatbed recovery truck about 24ft long parked in a bend in the road on a residential street for many days and nights and also no lights on vehicle overnight at Twickenham RD newton Abbot Devon
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