GreenAlias wrote:I don't think it was there last week. The first time I've noticed it was Monday this week.cyclotaur wrote:^^ It wasn't that bad last week ... no worse, and probably better, than the pit lids you already have to dodge on that section, I reckon.
Of course the original repair may have shoved or sunk a little since then.I didn't notice any yellow paint.malocchio wrote:I think I know the area you're talking about GreenAlias... from what I can recall two weeks ago, there's yellow roadwork paint marking the area? .I've got no idea of how or who to report it to - However, Cyclotaur knows who to call to get results.victor wrote:Have you reported it to VicRoads and/or the local council? If it's that bad, then someone would eventually crash because of it.
I rode 1:20 last Friday afternoon 7th December and noticed the bump Greenalias refers to and didn't notice any yellow paint. It appeared to be a recent repair and the bump appeared to have been in the vehicle braking line so no doubt with warmer weather and more vehicles over it the bump may have got worse between Friday and Monday.
Report it to VicRoads via http://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/Home/Hav ... uiries.htm
using the Subject:Hazardous Road Conditions
Include mention of the downhill speed gained travelling at that point and low visibility of hazard.
If VicRoads aren't responsible for maintenance of that particular road they will refer it to the council.