Reported via desktop in the Gully/Drainage category anonymously at 07:20, Sunday 1 October 2023
Sent to Cheshire East Council less than a minute later.
Council ref: 5048510.
The west bound section of road has been flooding during rainfall as as long as I've visited Alsager - so at least 15 years. After rainfall, the entire west bound lane can be covered in surface water. This means cars try to go on the other side of the road but as this is a very busy road as the main route through the town it can cause a few near misses and quite a bit of road rage at times. As it's a known issue that has been recurring for at least 15 years, is there anything that cold be done to address it? Make it less problematic? (Sorry I don't have photo's, but I drive through and as it's busy when I drive I don't want to pull over and cause more disruption.
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Posted by Cheshire East Council at 07:20, Sunday 1 October 2023
We have assessed your report and have arranged to carry out work as soon as possible.
State changed to: Action scheduled
Posted by Cheshire East Council at 14:46, Monday 4 December 2023