What can I report?
The City Council maintain all public roads and footways included within Statutory List of Public Roads.
Reportable faults include:
- Damaged footways
- Blocked drains and flooding
- Damaged or missing traffic signs
- Damaged or missing road markings
- Manhole cover defects
- Faded or missing street nameplates
For sewage related issues on public roads or footpaths, contact Scottish Water on 0800 0778 778.
What happens when I report a pothole?
We have adopted a new risk based approached on how defects are repaired.
- Once your report is submitted a roads inspector will visit the location and assess the defect.
- Your defect will be logged at this point.
- We will then respond to this reported hazard based on the level of risk posed.
- We shall prioritise all high level defects first (within 5 days if required).
- Potholes that do not pose a risk will be repaired permanently first time with no need for temporary pothole material. These first time repairs may take up to 60 working days for us to arrange permanent repairs.
- Any potholes that are not categorised as defects will be monitored and placed on a programme of future patching works.
- You can find further information on this new policy in the Road Safety Inspection and Repair Manual.
- Please do not report duplicate faults as this may result in delays.
A road or footway defect that is causing a clear and immediate danger (i.e represent a high risk to loss of life or limb) can be treated as an emergency. Emergencies can be reported by telephone - 0800 373635
Motorway and trunk road faults
Motorways and Trunk Roads are maintained by Scotland Transerv on behalf of Transport Scotland.
To report motorway and trunk road faults - (M73, M74, M77, M8, M80, A725, A726, A737, A738, A76, A77, A78, A8) contact Scotland Transerv or phone Transport Scotland's Traffic Scotland Customer Care Line Service on 0800 0281414.
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