Noisy manhole cover middle of road
Reported via desktop in the Manhole Cover - Damaged (rocking or noisy) category anonymously at 19:57, Fri 18 December 2020
Sent to TfL less than a minute later. TfL ref: FMS2438646.
Manhole is loose or broken and very noisy when cars go over it. Recurrence of similar problem a few weeks ago
Your report has been investigated and we have reported this to our contractors. If this confirmed as a safety issue it will be made safe within two hours. If owned by us, we will carry out a permanent repair at a later date. If owned by others this will be passed to them for a permanent repair. Thank you for taking the time to report this to us. Should you need anything else or have any questions please contact customer services on 0343 222 1234
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State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by TfL at 17:50, Wed 23 December 2020
Agree with the above report - the relevant manhole is the one in the middle of the road adjacent to the 'S' bus stop. The noise happens throughout the day and night as cars drive over the manhole is very loud. Noticed the sound after relatively recent roadworks.
Posted anonymously at 14:34, Tuesday 19 January 2021
The action scheduled for your report should now have been completed as detailed in your previous response. On some occasions it does take a little longer than scheduled. If you have any further queries on this, please either create a new report or contact our Customer Contact Centre on 0343 222 1234
State changed to: Fixed
Posted by TfL at 05:32, Thursday 21 January 2021
This is still not secure.
Posted anonymously at 10:12, Friday 29 January 2021
This issue has not been resolved, despite the status being changed to 'fixed'. The noise is still occurring. There are currently works occurring in the same area for gas related matters, so perhaps tfl staff assisting on that job can look into this further.
Posted anonymously at 18:19, Friday 29 January 2021
Provide an update