Road treatment works scheduled for Bucks next week

Road treatment works scheduled for Bucks next week

Road treatment works scheduled for Bucks next week

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ROADWORKS will get underway across a range of sites in the county next week, including Loudwater, Marlow and Bourne End, as Transport for Bucks continues its ‘We’re Working On It’ road treatment programme.

Information signs will be put up before any work is set to start and road users are asked not to park their cars in locations where works are scheduled to avoid causing delays.

From Wednesday, March 26 to Friday, March 28, off-peak daytime works will get underway in Woodways, Haddenham. Nightworks with a road closure will take place down the same road from March 31 to April 7.

From Saturday, March 22, to Tuesday, March 25, work will be carried out in Mayhew Crescent, High Wycombe.

On Wednesday, March 26, there will be repairs at Birfield Road, Windsor Crescent, Conway Close, Berkley Road and Old Forge Road, in Loudwater.

From Wednesday, March 26, to Thursday, March 27, work will be undertaken at Oakfield Road and Ravenshoe Close in Bourne End.

And on Thursday, March 27, to Friday, March 28, repairs will be made to Bobmore Lane, Marlow.

These works are extremely weather-dependent and may be subject to disruption at short notice. If delays occur, information signs on site will be updated to reflect the change in dates.

For more information go to: http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/transport

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4:24pm Fri 21 Mar 14

Scarletto says...

Some potholed roads in Bucks are the worst ever.
We didn't have a frosty and severe winter and therefore it's truly bad. Likely to cost millions of £s?
How best to claim for tyre/wheel etc damage?
Some potholed roads in Bucks are the worst ever. We didn't have a frosty and severe winter and therefore it's truly bad. Likely to cost millions of £s? How best to claim for tyre/wheel etc damage? Scarletto
  • Score: 3

5:47pm Fri 21 Mar 14

legiopatrianostra says...

'Road treatment', in other words, they'll be patch up not done properly. Some contractor much be making a ruddy mint out of Bucks taxpayers.
'Road treatment', in other words, they'll be patch up not done properly. Some contractor much be making a ruddy mint out of Bucks taxpayers. legiopatrianostra
  • Score: 4

5:52pm Fri 21 Mar 14

navy says...

I note from the BFP photo they will be using the tarmac spray machine, I think everyone knows that this is a complete waste of time. I know from expirience that this repair only lasts a few days. Highways have repaired my road three times with that machine and have now given up. Clearly nobody wants to admit they were sold a pup but never mind its only public money.
I watch highways repairing the roads with a bucket of tarmac and because they never seal the repair it breaks up again in a few weeks. Its not about repairing the roads anymore its about reducing the insurance claims for the damage to vehicles.
I note from the BFP photo they will be using the tarmac spray machine, I think everyone knows that this is a complete waste of time. I know from expirience that this repair only lasts a few days. Highways have repaired my road three times with that machine and have now given up. Clearly nobody wants to admit they were sold a pup but never mind its only public money. I watch highways repairing the roads with a bucket of tarmac and because they never seal the repair it breaks up again in a few weeks. Its not about repairing the roads anymore its about reducing the insurance claims for the damage to vehicles. navy
  • Score: 3

11:24pm Fri 21 Mar 14

eniluap says...

they did our road waste of time and money it didn't need doing money would have been better spent on the more serious roads
they did our road waste of time and money it didn't need doing money would have been better spent on the more serious roads eniluap
  • Score: 1

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