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Well maintained street lighting helps reduce crime and improves public safety so please report any street light issues to us.
The council is responsible for the feasibility, design, installation, maintenance, monitoring and control of traffic signal and related schemes.
To report an issue with permanent traffic signals (traffic lights) and pedestrian crossings. If you believe the problem is dangerous and could...
This page will keep you informed of immanent replacement street lighting replacement schemes in your area. See details of released schemes and information on the areas affected. Please note that column positions may move from original positions to optimise the lighting to meet current British Standards.
As part of the traffic manager service, Highway Network Management looks after the day-to-day use of the highway including the coordination of street works. Highway Network Management is also responsible for applications for events taking place on the highway. Anything that has or may have an impact on the highway network is reviewed. It the responsibility of the council to assert and protect the rights of the public to use the highway which can include green space, verges and pathways.
To report traffic congestion.