Southbound Lanes , extreme surface water runs across both Southbound lanes whenever it rains, drainage/camber issue, high risk of vehicles aqua-planing
Reported via desktop in the Flooding/drainage category anonymously at 17:50, Friday 22 October 2021
Sent to National Highways less than a minute later
Drainage/repair of roadway at this point on Southbound lanes (on patch re-surfaced after recent vehicle fire last year) has resulted on extreme water run across over both Southbound lanes whenever smallest of rain falls.
High risk of vehicle aqua-planing at this point as either failed drainage/ road repair is resulting in extreme cross road running water over both southbound lanes at this location with smallest of rainfall
Thank you for contacting National Highways about the issue with flooding on the A3 southbound lanes near Hindhead Tunnel.
We are aware of the issue, this is a low point in the carriageway and a flood board is in place to warn drivers. I can assure you the area will be continually monitored.
Posted by National Highways at 12:34, Monday 25 October 2021
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