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Monday, November 21, 2016

Atrocious deep potholes at bus shelters in Sudbury

Bus shelters opposite Sudbury Harrow Road station

The state of the road is dangerous for traffic, cyclists and pedestrians, with a series of very deep potholes. Not only that but the spray of rainwater and broken bits of asphalt has covered the bus shelter seats this morning and is making the bus shelters unusable. There are more potholes of a similar size just out of view in this picture. One big one is obscured by the (broken) litter bin that you see there and there are more behind the camera viewpoint.

This is a busy bus interchange area, with several stops on each side. It's the terminus for the number 18 and also serves several other bus routes, including the 92.

1 comment:

Patsy said...

Yep - that's pretty bad.