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Unable to locate out dropped kerb outside our house

Reported via mobile in the Current Roadworks category by David behan at 17:19, Mon 19 December 2022

Sent to Oxfordshire County Council less than a minute later

I live at Minnis farm woodstock road yarnton ox51pq. In order to facilitate the current roadworks, on the a44 at Yarnton, old road markings were removed, and new painted in but in dark wet weather, the lanes are not distinguishable, and its led to cars nearly colliding with us when turning in our drive, not once but for myself 3 times, my daughter/granddaughter, 3 times, and my wife once. In addition the roadside markings which were a continuous white line, and broken across the entrance, were also painted over, and we cannot see our driveway.hence this evening, i collided with the raised kerb. Fortunately my vehicle wasn't damaged on this occasion We need lighting or at the very least roadside markings, and better defined lanes possibly with sticky cats eyes, for our safety turning into our drive, as well as others whom we've seen taking avoiding action Please refer to Andy Warren

Council ref: ENQ22940420

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  • State changed to: Investigating

    Updated by Oxfordshire County Council at 17:19, Mon 19 December 2022

  • Further to my report yesterday i would state my vehicle HAS been damaged as a result of poor road markings, removed for a44 bus lane improvements. (I only checked the front in The darkness last night) as reported yesterday and the removal of lines indicating out dropped kerb outside our house Please see pictures above Minnis farm woodstock road, yarnton ox51pq

    Posted by David behan at 09:39, Tue 20 December 2022

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    State changed to: Investigation complete

    Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 11:50, Monday 10 July 2023

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