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Layers of tarmac, some 1-2ft long have come off.

Reported via mobile in the Road surface (NH) category anonymously at 18:37, Wed 13 January 2021

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From Key St to Stockbury Roundabout the layers of tarmac have come loose and causing my car to thud driving over them because there is so many it can’t be avoided. This has been like this for about 2 weeks no more.

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  • As you come off the sheppey crossing going towards stockberry roundabout. Most of the lanes of the A249 are in bad need of repair. Every 100yards or less there is very large amounts of the top layer of tarmac is missing. Its so bad to drive on you have to avoid driving over this pieces of road missing as it will damages the car & your tyres & they are bad could make you serve to avoid them which again is an accident waiting to happen. We drove down the A249 yesterday first time since last year & could not believe the state of the road. This requires urgent attention before it gets even worse also when it rains the laying water in the holes must be so dangerous. Its so bad i cannot believe they have not been fixed sooner. Please give this the highest attention. Thank you

    Posted anonymously at 18:45, Mon 1 March 2021

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