Kerbs need painting white
Reported via desktop in the Pavement Defect (uneven surface / cracked paving slab) category anonymously at 10:40, Tue 21 December 2021
Sent to TfL less than a minute later. TfL ref: FMS3192310.
Enquiry About Other: Dangerous road island kerbs
Comments: The unlit central island on the A21 at the crossing point leading from lynne Close has kerbs that are very difficult to see in the dark causing vehicles to swerve at the last minute as they become visible. The Street lighting is inadequate to illuminate the island and the island has only reflective keep left indicating signs. It will cause vehicles to strike it as it is dangerous. Another single island south of/near to Tubbenden laneroundabout on the A21 has the same issues and is also dangerous for the same reasons. At the very least the kerbs need painting white to highlight them . Ideally the island need proper illumination.
Location: A21, Green Street Green, Orpington BR6 6BT, UK
Thank you for taking the time to report this to us. It is much appreciated. This has been investigated and has now been referred to our contractors. If this defect is confirmed as a safety issue this will be made safe within two hours. If a permanent repair is required, we will aim to carry it out within 28 days. Should you need anything else or have any questions, you may wish to contact our customer services team on 0343 222 1234
Please also be aware that, all Action Scheduled reports are automatically closed after 28 days. However, the fault will be fixed within this timescale, which may be sooner, or in a few cases take a little longer
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by TfL at 13:59, Wed 29 December 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 27 January 2022
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.