Reported via Android in the Flooding category anonymously at 22:46, Tue 22 November 2022
Sent to Cheshire East Council less than a minute later. Council ref: 3985472.
The road is completely flooded by the new flats and quite near the train tracks. This is leading to pedestrians having to walk through ankle deep water and the cars having to go in single file. On more than on occasion I have witnessed the cars backing up onto the train track as due to the slope on the Audley Road side you can't always see the stationary traffic. This is exceptionally dangerous as if a train did come through there would be no where for the cars to go leading to a collision and potential loss of life. Please sort this out. The risk at the moment it huge and not acceptable.
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Posted by Cheshire East Council at 22:46, Tue 22 November 2022
We have arranged for jetting work to be carried out. We post our upcoming jetting schedule online and usually update it on a weekly basis. The list shows the schedule for up to 2 weeks in advance. The list might change due to issues such as weather events, so you should check it for any updates. You can find the latest updates online through the following link: https://www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/ highways_and_roads/ road-maintenance/ gullies-and-drains.aspx
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by Cheshire East Council at 08:20, Wed 23 November 2022
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.