Welcome to our highways information online page that provides you with seasonal information on highways topics.
- Find upcoming works in your district through our fortnightly highways bulletin
- Follow us on twitter.com/surreytravel for regular updates and information
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Winter service updates 2016/2017
Surrey County Council's cold weather plan (PDF = 842kb) details what we're doing to make sure we're ready for extreme winter weather.
The highways team has 16,000 tonnes of salt ready to use and we are making sure that our 1,787 grit bins are in the best places.
Along with our 35 frontline gritters and four spare gritters, the council's winter fleet includes two purpose built gritters for narrow roads. As well as enlisting more than 50 farmers with ploughs, additional support has been offered from a variety of volunteer groups including the Salvation Army and the Surrey 4x4 Response – 60 volunteers who will assist residents in need of critical social care and health visits.
- Find out about salting routes and the location of your nearest grit bin pages.
- Find advice on driving in snow inThe Highway Code on GOV.UK.
- See our general winter advice page.
Highways customer panel
Woking Town Centre
Woking Borough Council and Surrey County Council have an agreement in place for the highway maintenance within Woking Town Centre. Woking Borough Council are now responsible for the footpaths and roads within the centre. The extent of the area covered can be found by viewing the Town Centre Boundary Map.
To find out what Woking Borough Council are responsible for exactly, and how you can report a problem in Woking Town Centre, please see their Street Scene page.
Insurance claims against the Council
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.
Surface treatment – in the know
Files available to download
- Highways Cold Weather Plan 2016-17 (842.0 KB)