Standing water at pedestrian crossing
Reported via desktop in the Standing water category anonymously at 15:14, Thursday 21 January 2021
Sent to TfL 4 minutes later. TfL ref: FMS2493321.
Whenever it rains, there is ponding water on the pedestrian crossing. This is a constrution issue as the water does not fall into the nearest gully It means that whenever it rains, the pedestrians must walk through standing water to cross the road safely at the crossing. It was previously reported and no defect found. That is because the water had evaporated following the rain.
Thank you for your report. We have re categorised this and it will now be directed to the appropriate team to resolve.
Category changed from ‘Flooding’ to ‘Standing water’
Posted by TfL at 15:17, Thursday 21 January 2021
Thank you for your report. This will now be investigated by our team and we will aim to update you on progress within 10 days. If the issue you have reported is an emergency we will aim to update you on progress within 24 hours
State changed to: In progress
Posted by TfL at 07:46, Tuesday 26 January 2021
Your report has been investigated and we have reported this to our contractors. If this is confirmed as a safety issue it will be made safe within two hours. If it isn't a safety issue we will aim to resolve it within 28 days. 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
To note all Action Scheduled reports are auto closed after 28 days, the fault however will be fixed within the timescale stated above which may be sooner or in a few cases take a little longer.
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by TfL at 12:34, Wednesday 3 February 2021
Bus stop T has become a hazard. There is a sign there that says that only one bus (I believe 322) should park there, yet it has become a parking lot. Any time I arrive there (around 17:00) there are buses parking in front of the station. This poses two problems: 1. The coming bus cannot stop at the station and has to stop in the middle of the road. Since there are parked buses you cannot see well enough any incoming vehicles to reach the bus. Yesterday this ended up in me nearly getting hit by a motorcycle while walking with a buggy. 2. The coming bus driver cannot see passengers in the station as his/her view is blocked by the parking buses. This has resulted in buses passing by the station when there are passengers waiting.
Posted anonymously at 04:20, Tuesday
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