It’s National Pothole Day today (January 15) and people across the borough will be reminded to shake an angry fist at the damaged state of the roads that put their suspension to the test.
Paul Farrell was one reader who contacted us about the poor state of his road in Carlton.
He drew our attention to the junction of Mays Avenue with Mays Close in Carlton.
Mr Farrell believes it could win the competition for being the worst road in the borough.
“My pictures don’t do it justice,” he said.
“Even the pothole repairs have repairs and the surface of the road is all over the place.”
Nottinghamshire County Council are responsible for the state of our roads across the borough.
The council said they plan to invest £20m to improve the condition of the county’s roads over the next four years.
They also recently purchased a new Roadmaster machine at the cost of £1.75m to improve the quality of the repairs.
You can report potholes to the council here: https://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/transport/roads/potholes
Is this junction the worst for potholes in Gedling borough? Is your street in a terrible condition too? If so, let us know. Send your pics and details to [email protected]