Excessive Grafitti to New Motorway Bridge
Reported in the Graffiti category anonymously at 19:45, Wednesday 23 September 2020
Sent to Highways England less than a minute later
Excessive Graffiti - New Motorway Bridge crossing M27 J3, Bridge less than 1 year Old.
Unsightly and Acceptable to local residents and visitors to the South of England.
Grafitti is getting worse and no action has been taken by Highways.
It appears the same artists have taken the opportunity the tag everything from J3 to J7.on M27.
Posted anonymously at 20:09, Wednesday 21 October 2020
Still open, via questionnaire
Offensive language now on bridge, ‘dmoe is a dick” and “fuck dmoe”
Posted anonymously at 11:33, Sunday 25 October 2020
I would like action taken with regards to the awful graffiti on the bridge. Your organisation is publicly funded and you have a responsibility to the local community to ensure we are not exposed to this language. The local community comprises of young children and well, this is appalling.
Posted anonymously at 11:07, Tuesday 27 October 2020
I would like to know what action is being taken to remove the graffiti on the bridge and preventing further vandalism? Local resident
Posted anonymously at 15:01, Tuesday 27 October 2020
KAMS DMOE HERO to name but a few. Illegal trespassing on motorway network, criminal offence. Due to refusal of H.E to remove, citing, low priority, may be removed during some maintenance, no interest in pro- actve partnership, these morons have been given the green light to TAG every structure, including railway infrastructure now. Goes along M3 Winchester, M27 Rownhams all the way down to Portsmouth. H.E had a camera sited right next to some of the graffiti. So much for paying a contractor for 24/7 CCTV monitoring. The individuals are now competing with each oher and, defacing rival TAG's. H.E will only remove offensive graffiti within 24 hours. Amazing how taxpayers money can be mis used without redress.
Posted anonymously at 22:33, Thursday 12 November 2020
Still open, via questionnaire, 20:36, Wednesday 18 November 2020
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