Continuous stream of water on path
Reported in the Pavements category by Ben Davies at 14:36, Fri 28 September 2018
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 4 minutes later
This problem has now been present nearly a year.
Water is continuously present along the path due to water coming from the hedge row. This problem will soon become very dangerous to cyclists and pedestrians when it freezes over in the winter as in some places it is unavoidable. The stretch of water runs for approximately 50 metres.
It would also be good to know the nature of the water source, is it fresh water or sewage? As if you are on a bike you get covered in it everyday.
This has been reported to Thames water and they have marked the path but I agree as a cyclist it will become very dangerous
Posted by Wendy Fitzgerald at 18:54, Thu 4 October 2018
Still open, via questionnaire, 15:08, Fri 26 October 2018
Can I congratulate OCC for last week's widening of the cycle path along this previously narrow and bumpy stretch? Magnificent work folks, and much appreciated!
Posted anonymously at 09:46, Thursday 7 February 2019
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