Welcome to Highways Info Online where you can find up-to-date Highways information and news around seasonal topics. We have answers to your most frequently asked questions and have made it easy for you to report Highways problems online.
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Please find below a list of road closures still in place in Surrey as a result of the extreme weather in early 2014. For information on planned works, for which there may also be road closures, please see our roadworks page.
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For information on the opening of Flanchford Bridge, please see our Bridges and Structures page.
To find out more about the essential flood relief works on the A22 and Woldingham Road, please have a look at our information leaflet.
Private householders in residential areas (or farmers in rural areas) own the majority of hedges alongside the public highway. It is the responsibility of the private owner to ensure that trees or hedges are not overhanging or creeping onto the highway.
Overgrown hedges can cause many problems for road users ranging from obscuring visibility at junctions to inconveniencing pedestrians walking along pavements and footpaths. The county council is required by law to ensure that the highway remains unobstructed to avoid these problems.
Please check the hedges and trees from your property regularly during the growing season. The breeding season for nesting birds is March to August, and you may find that birds have already taken up residence in a hedge or tree. If you notice any birds or find a new nest you may wish to contact us for advice beforehand.
Following the Highway Agency's construction works on the M25, between junctions 5-7 (section within Surrey) and 23-25, the road will be opened in spring 2014 to operate as ‘All Lane Running’ (all lanes open to traffic, with no hard shoulder). This is currently planned for May, subject to change, and is being carried out as part of a country-wide smart motorways campaign. You can find out more about this by looking at the Highways Agency’s website.
Members of the public who think they may have an insurance claim or otherwise against Surrey County Council should complete the Insurance Service feedback form with the details.