Reported via desktop in the Other public road issue category anonymously at 14:38, Fri 12 March 2021
Sent to Peterborough City Council 5 minutes later.
Council ref: 2604248.
Most of the speed humps on the whole length of Crowland Road have potholes on the corners, which is causing a high risk of tyres receiving punctures. This also means that car bumpers can occasionally get scraped on the speed hump because the corners of the speed hump being in such a condition mean that there is a slight dip between the speed hump and the actual surface of the road. Additionally, the raised section with the Green Road junction has a poor surface which again can cause damage to cars. There was a small fix to this but this does not appear to be sufficient as there is still a number of potholes in this location.