A new link road which drives the way for one of the largest regeneration and infrastructure projects of its kind in the UK has opened to traffic.
In previous winters Doncaster, like much of the UK, suffered from severe bouts of weather which caused disruption and had a dramatic affect on everyday life. To help you better prepare for winter ahead, this web page contains some important information, contacts and web links.
A gully consists of a concrete pot positioned under the road surface with an iron grate visible from the road. The water collects in the concrete pot and is then channelled through a series of pipes before connecting into the main sewer network. Sometimes these pipes and channels become blocked with soil, dead leaves and rubbish, preventing the free flow of water to the main sewer.
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
Roadworks, skips, scaffolding, hoardings and building materials that block the pavement all cause an obstruction to pedestrians
How to report traffic congestion problems, and advice about parked cars that are causing problems.
For information regarding public highways within Doncaster and how to view the Highways Register.
Many pedestrian crossings have been installed across the borough to increase pedestrian safety and encourage more people to walk, they include:
The A630 West Moor Link is a major road improvement scheme which will benefit people travelling from the east of the borough towards Doncaster town centre.
Great Yorkshire Way has provided a new link road from the M18 at junction three to Doncaster Sheffield Airport with links into Rossington and the iPort development. The second and final phase of this major infrastructure project opened in June 2018.