What contributes to Road Blocks?
The main contributors to road blocks are spillages, flooding, roadworks, landslides, potholes, fallen trees, cars etc.
An obstruction placed across a road, especially of barricades or police cars, for halting or hindering traffic, as to facilitate the capture of a pursued car or inspection for safety violations.
An obstruction on a road, as a fallen tree or a pile of fallen rocks.
A hastily built barricade, as of barbed wire, erected across a road to hold up the advance of an enemy.
An action, condition, etc., that obstructs progress toward an objective.
Where do you go to report Road Blocks?
It can be so frustrating when you’re trying to go about your daily routine, only to find that you’re not able to proceed as normal. Either foul weather has made the roads inaccessible or there’s an obstruction on the road of some sort. You can always report your concerns to your local public service provider. However, there is an alternative and more efficient option. So if there is a problem with blocked access to roads that you want to report, then either call your local public service provider or, more conveniently, use our free service to have the issue redirected to the right person, in the right department, in the right agency. Click the green “MAKE YOUR REQUEST” button on this page.
Why are issues with Road Blocks important?
It can prevent commuters from getting to work or school. It can prevent access to local businesses. It can impede access to local residents’ homes. Simply put, it impedes the flow of everyday life, which can be very frustrating and costly to local residents and business owners. At PSR we continuously analyze the frequency of the types of Service Requests made to Public agencies, and blocked access to roads are among the issues reported. PSR may be able to help by making the reporting process easier, faster, less frustrating and interactive, with feedback from the Public Service Provider all the way to resolution.