Droves of Brisbane residents report dodgy footpaths using smartphone app

SOUTHEAST Queensland residents are continuing to walk on the dangerous side with complaints about the dodgiest footpaths coming in droves, partially thanks to smartphone technologies.

Recently released figures revealed there were 164 footpaths across Brisbane in need of reconstruction work, with New Farm topping the list.

New images received by The Courier- Mail show the problem extends further than footpaths within the Brisbane city limits, with an increasingly popular app paving the way for residents to report local problems to city councils on the spot.

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One of the many Brisbane footpaths sent to the Brisbane City Council or surrounding areas via app Snap Send Solve.
A footpath reported to Brisbane City Council via Snap Send Solve.

Updated: Mar 5, 2019