For information regarding public highways within Doncaster and how to view the Highways Register.
Work on this important road improvement scheme started on 22 July 2019 and is expected to last around two years. Motorists are advised to use other routes into Doncaster where they can to avoid delays.
Doncaster Council deliver a wide range of work to highway assets, both planned and reactive. For a number of these, target service levels and performance figures are established.
To place a skip on the highway, without first applying for and being granted a licence, is an offence under The Highways Act 1980 and may result in prosecution.
Find out how to apply for or renew a parking permit, report a faulty street light, report pot holes, get information about the blue badge scheme, current roadworks, highway licensing, parking, road safety and traffic management.
An agreement under Section 38 of the Highways Act 1980 can be used where an applicant proposes to construct a new estate road for residential, industrial or general purpose traffic as the legal means by which the road becomes a public highway.
The council is responsible for maintaining the roads (technically known as 'carriageways') and pavements (known as 'footways') of adopted highways within the borough.
Doncaster Council highways maintenance policies and strategies.
Road signs are installed to regulate, advise and give directional information to the road user.
Any person or organisation wishing to excavate in the public highway not being a statutory undertaker must obtain a licence under section 50 of the New Roads and Streetworks Act 1991.