Road humps too wide and high.
Reported in the Roads/highways category anonymously at 10:45, Mon 11 March 2019
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council 5 minutes later
Newly installed road humps for the ghost island access into Kingsmere are too wide and high for vehicles.
Council ref: ENQ19828677
Thank you for your enquiry. This issue has been passed onto the relevant team for investigation.
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 10:50, Mon 11 March 2019
Ref these road humps - have again today had a nasty incident with drivers (understandably ) using the middle of the road to avoid the humps nearest the crossing rather than risk getting their cars wheels or undercarriage ruined due to shoddy workmanship. These dont just slow the traffic down they make cars stop suddenly - which is surely as dangerous as what they are there to avoid>?
Posted anonymously at 13:50, Wed 27 March 2019
This has got to be sorted! Today I was driving over the humps and a car coming towards me on the other side (where the worst ones are) veered over to my side of the road when his tyres hit the hump. I dont think this was his fault - just that the height and depth of the hump can cause cars to tilt over!!
Posted anonymously at 09:14, Tue 23 April 2019
So, well over 2 months since this was first reported and still nothing has been done! Today I again nearly had a car drive into me after hitting the bump (and no they were not speeding) and it throwing the car off balance.
These are dangerous not just to the vehicles but to people as well.
How much longer do we have to wait to get this sorted - maybe you'll be like Grenfell Towers and sort it once someone is injured!
Posted anonymously at 15:34, Thu 23 May 2019
Still nothing been done about this. Still observing dangerous manoeuvres to avoid. Surely this needs sorting after over 4 months?
Posted by JULIE ARNOLD at 09:39, Wed 17 July 2019
Thank you for your report. The enquiry has been referred to the Traffic team to follow up with the developers.
State changed to: Investigation complete
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 15:35, Wednesday 10 March 2021
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.