Donate using PayPal

Tags: pothole

You may also be interested in the automatic categorisation listings and themed galleries.

This listing only shows photos within Cambridge.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

The County RoW officer says that local residents object to the surface of the Grantchester Meadows path here being repaired "because it would encourage parking". Well the state of it clearly doesn't deter parking, people park on the bits wi ... [more]

The foot/cycle path across Parker's Piece is crumbling badly in some spots.

Horrible trench across the station-bound lane of Hills Road

Badly repaired and falling apart agin.

This hasn't got any better since #56276 was reported (twice, independently by two people.) It was patched a month or so ago but this stretch of St Andrew's Street badly needs resurfacing and has done so for around a year I think. (It may be ... [more]

The left turn out of Downing Street (on the right of the photo) into St. Andrew's Street (in the foreground) is not as sharp as previously, see #9745. I waited ages but no bus made that turn, looking at the timetables only the tour buses ... [more]

I seem to recall that there was proposal to re-surface this car park which also serves as the entrance to Grantchester Meadows. Anyone in a buggy, a wheelchair or on a bike (without full suspension) would probably welcome it.

Pothole

This is a follow up photo from http://www.cyclestreets.net/location/49576/ and http://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/location/49635/ The council have now dumped some asphalt near the pothole at issue. Sadly they still haven't hit the main pr ... [more]

This is a follow up photo from http://www.cyclestreets.net/location/49576/ This shows my tyre going into the space and it being gripped. Riding into this would likely throw the rider off their bike. It's clear that the original issue ... [more]

It's not easy to see from this photo but this looks like it could be pretty dangerous. The bricks at the humps along Bateman Street have been subsiding for quite a while. Recently a gap has appeared at the first one. In the past week tha ... [more]

Disintegrating road surface mainly around a set of five utility inspection covers – Parkside, Cambridge, adjacent to junction with Clarendon Street. This close-up photo shows dangerously-exposed edge of utility inspection cover. Rel ... [more]

Disintegrating road surface mainly around a set of five utility inspection covers – Parkside, Cambridge, adjacent to junction with Clarendon Street. This view shows how cyclists are forced too near to the kerb by this sequence of hazar ... [more]

Carriageway surface of Elm Street, Cambridge, CB1 1EJ at junction with Jesus Terrace/Clarendon Street. A number of potholes have developed and others are developing through 'crocodile' cracking – mainly – but not wholly – associat ... [more]

Subsiding road surface around utility inspection cover, opposite 48 Tenison Road, Cambridge. This and two linked photos #48157, #48158) show hazards on/near the line of travel of cyclists on this road leading to Cambridge railway station ... [more]

Subsiding road surface around utility inspection covers, Tenison Road, Cambridge near junction with Mill Road. This and two linked photos (#48158, #48159) show hazards on/near the line of travel of cyclists on this road leading to Cambri ... [more]

Deteriorating road surface, right-turn lane, Panton Street between Saxon Street & Union Road. University departments, a variety of schools, public-sector and private generate significant cycle traffic along this street. This stretch of d ... [more]

Deteriorating road surface, right-turn lane, Panton Street between Saxon Street & Union Road. University departments, a variety of schools, public-sector and private generate significant cycle traffic along this street. This stretch of d ... [more]

Deteriorating road surface, right-turn lane, Panton Street near junction with Lensfield Road. University departments, a variety of schools, public-sector and private generate significant cycle traffic along this street. This stretch of d ... [more]

From http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/CMSWebsite/Apps/Highways/TrackProblem.aspx?ref=NM-39033 the current status of this fault is shown as 'completed'. Hmm... As one hole is patched, another opens. The section of carriageway showing ' ... [more]

Collapsing carriageway surface in Gonville Place at 'Hyde Park Corner', Cambridge (junction with Regent Street). Defect shows up clearly in recently-updated Google StreetView. Defect will be subject to constant pounding/vibration from ne ... [more]

Collapsing carriageway surface and associated utility cover opposite Nº 69 Mill Road, Cambridge, CB1 2AW near to junction with Mawson Road. Will be subject to constant pounding/vibration from off-side wheels of most NW-bound (city-bound ... [more]

Pothole in carriageway of Lensfield Road, Cambridge, outside Scott Polar Institute. Pothole will be subject to constant pounding/vibration from near-side wheels of most W-bound vehicles in Lensfield Road. On trajectory of pedal-cycli ... [more]

Collapsing carriageway surface around utility cover, Lensfield Road, Cambridge, near to junction with Trumpington St/Trumpington Rd. Given the position of this defect, it will be subject to constant pounding and vibration from the off-si ... [more]

Collapsing carriageway surface and associated utility cover, Mill Street, Cambridge, CB1 2HP at junction with Mawson Road, CB1 2EA. Street caters for more traffic than might be realised because of adjacent no entry and one-way streets a ... [more]

Pothole of approximate dimensions 40cm x 30cm x 6cm depth in carriageway outside Nº 10 Perowne Street CB1 2AY near to junction with Emery Road. Sub-surface hardcore thrown up by passing vehicles could result in injury.

Depression in the carriageway outside Nº 95 Mill Road CB1 2UB (near to junction with Gwydir Street); pothole of approximate dimensions 80cm x 60cm x 7cm depth in carriageway outside Nº 89; four lengths of 'crocodile' cracking between Nºs ... [more]

Pothole of approximate dimensions 80cm x 60cm x 7cm depth in carriageway outside Nº 89 Mill Road CB1 2UB near to its junction with Gwydir Street – V hazardous: could cause unseating of cyclist or motor-cyclist leading to injury accident ... [more]

Potholes on Lensfield Road

Pothole on Lensfield Road

What was the roughest patch of road in Cambridge (#14068 ) has finally been fixed - but not alas the smaller patch by the ironwork in the mid-distance.

A couple of bald spots.

The west end of Lensfield Road has been marked up for repairs - meanwhile the rest of the road is still falling apart.

potholes, John Street.

King Street is being destroyed by heavy vehicles.

The 'ski-jump' below the pothole is dangerous.

The 'ski-jump' below the pothole is dangerous.

Bodged repairs on Lensfield Road - the rest of the road is still falling apart.

Large pothole in the middle of T-junction at Addenbrooke's.

Pothole in a particularly bad position for cyclists (and a Fed Ex van blocking what used to be a mandatory cycle lane but is now only advisory).

Nasty little pothole [filled in on 13/12/2010]

The rushed repairs of last winter's frost damage are falling apart already, as feared.

This pothole will be fine once it's full of dead leaves. [fixed 13/12/2010]

Emergency repair to pothole at Cambridge station.

Highways truck arriving at midday on Sunday for emergency pothole repairs - the driver is calling into the void 'hello! is anyone there?'.

Pothole opening into a void - and Highways truck arriving at midday on Sunday for emergency repairs

Only buses and taxis use this road - and it's falling apart.

Only buses and taxis use this road - and it's falling apart.

Potholes on Sidgwick Avenue.

Another bus stop, another monster pothole.

Pothole at the Station Road bus stop, where the surface is constantly breaking up - forcing cyclists out into the traffic.

Pothole at the Station Road bus stop, where the surface is constantly breaking up.

Hard to see, but there's a roundabout-shaped pothole feature in the centre of the Newmarket Road/Coldhams Lane junction.

Pothole right in the middle of the Downing Street/St Andrew's Street junction (also typical Cambridge two-storey bike parking at rear).

Very nasty pothole for cyclists at the Catholic Church roundabout.

Yet more potholes developing at the Royal Cambridge Hotel roundabout.

Cambridge is falling apart - even quiet residential streets like Grantchester Street.

The ASL at the end of Station Road is more pothole than road.

Station Road is falling apart under continuous assault by buses.

A one-way street, so not many cyclists will hit this pothole, but it could still be lethal.

Nasty new pothole by the cycle entrance to Cambridge station from the north.

Pothole at the Royal Cambridge Hotel roundabout

More potholes on East Road

Potholes in the cycle lane, East Road

Potholes on both sides of the Regent St cycle crossing.

Potholes on both sides of the Regent St cycle crossing.

On National Cycle Route 11, this pothole has been getting worst for most of the last year, despite requests for repairs.

Potholes are appearing all over Cambridge after a spell of snow and ice.

East Road is falling apart...

More potholes developing on East Road.

Progress of a sort - the ski jump has been fixed (see #18510 and #18511) but now there's a bit of a basin instead.

I wish I knew why the council is refusing to fix this combined pothole/skijump - do officers think that there is no southbound traffic here? Of course cyclists don't count.

I wish I knew why the council is refusing to fix this combined pothole/skijump - do officers think that there is no southbound traffic here? Of course cyclists don't count.

We welcome your feedback, especially to report bugs or give us route feedback.

My comments relate to: *






Your comments: *
URL of page: * https://cambridge.cyclestreets.net/photomap/tags/pothole/
How did you find out about CycleStreets?:
Your name:
Our ref: Please leave blank - anti-spam measure

* Items marked with an asterisk [*] are required fields and must be fully completed.