In Surrey, there are over 2,500 bridges and structures carrying or crossing County roads, footpaths, bridleways or byways.
Surrey County Council manage about 1,800 of these, the rest are the responsibility of others that include Network Rail and the Highways Agency.
The bridges vary from major, multi-span bridges and interchanges, to simple footpath crossings in a wide variety of construction types. Bridge materials include wrought and cast iron, steel, concrete, masonry and timber.
We have won National and International awards for many of our bridge strengthening and refurbishment schemes. Major works to highway structures are detailed on the County roadworks map.
Report a problem with a bridge
If you notice a problem or have an enquiry about a bridge, please tell us about it using the online reporting form.
If it is problem with a railway bridge, you will find a telephone number on a plaque on the bridge structure. Call this number immediately to contact the rail company urgently.
Important: If the issue is a hazard to public safety or anything else urgent, then please call our Contact Centre on 0300 200 1003. Do not use the online reporting form.