Roads and transport winter service updates

Coronavirus: how the outbreak is affecting our roadworks and maintenance

Surrey County Council is resuming its essential roadworks programme to help keep routes open and safe for key workers during the coronavirus restrictions.

More information and updates can be found on our roadworks coronavirus page.

Welcome to our information for road users page where you can find up-to-date Surrey Highways information and news around seasonal topics.

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New fund for changes to promote social distancing and active travel

Surrey County Council is working to help pedestrians and cyclists so they can stay safe and social distance while they're out and about.

The government has given councils emergency measures during the coronavirus pandemic to temporarily create wider pavements and new cycle paths to ensure people can keep a two metre distance apart from each other outside their households, and continue to use alternative ways to travel.

For more information, please see our Active Travel Fund for roads and pavements webpage.


Price increase from Monday 3 February 2020

We have changed some of the fees for our Permits and Licences. Please see the individual pages, via the Road permits and licences page, for exact details on the prices.


Upcoming works in your area

Find out about road, pavement and other works in your borough or district through our weekly highways bulletin, this includes our works and those to be carried out by utility companies. This information can also be viewed on our roadworks map.


Transport updates 2019/20

For bad weather updates, please visit our disruption to bus services page or our Trains page to find links to the latest information.


Join our Highways Customer Panel

Make sure your ideas and opinions on highways matters are heard by joining our Customer Panel. The Panel is a group of volunteers who provide us with valuable feedback that helps us improve our highways services.


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.


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