Cannot see oncoming traffic coming north on A1 when crossing road to Crabtree road
Reported via mobile in the Vegetation (grass/hedges/trees) category anonymously at 17:30, Wednesday 21 July 2021
Sent to National Highways less than a minute later
Vegetation is too high needs cutting
The vegetation inbetween the centre reservation is too high and obstructs view when crossing into Crabtree Road across the northbound carrigeway, this is dangerous and needs cutting back urgently.
Posted anonymously at 13:14, Friday 23 July 2021
This is still not dealt with. It is very dangerous. Weds 28.7.21
Posted anonymously at 08:42, Wednesday 28 July 2021
Thank you for your patience whilst our inspector reviewed your report. During the review our inspector doesn’t feel that this is causing any safety concerns at this time and remedial work isn’t required.
We will continue to review this and will arrange any required work if the situation changes.
If you require any further update on this issue our Customer Contact Centre is available 24 hours a day at: • 0300 123 5000
Please quote 21996881 to discuss this matter further.
Kind regards Highways England
Posted by National Highways at 15:35, Wednesday 4 August 2021
You can not see traffic in the northbound outside lane when crossing into Crabtree Road because the vegetation is overgrown. This is dangerous. The vegetation needs cutting back urgently before it causes an accident.
Posted anonymously at 15:19, Friday 6 August 2021
Too dangerous to take photo. This is an accident waiting to happen. PLEASE address URGENTLY
Posted anonymously at 11:36, Friday 17 September 2021
Today I have witnessed car drivers reversing out into the fast lane of the southbound A1 because they can not see to cross the northbound A1. I have also noticed that the verge on the northbound which does not hinder sight has been cut but the central reservation in between the two carriageways has been left, the vegetation is dangerously high and needs to be cut down, car drivers can not see to cross and this will cause an accident.
Posted anonymously at 16:08, Tuesday 5 October 2021
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