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Council Services:

Highway maintenance

Lincolnshire County Council has a statutory duty to maintain adopted roads and paths (the Highway) within the county.

This includes grass verges, potholes and footpaths as well as winter salting of roads in Lincolnshire.

Lincolnshire County Council bid for a share of £168 million pothole repair fund

Lincolnshire County Council has been given the chance to bid for a share of a £168 million Pothole fund to repair local roads.
The fund was announced in the Chancellor’s March budget statement and is part of the government’s long term plan to invest in our roads. It is additional to the £10 billion already committed by the Department for Transport, for Councils in England, for road maintenance between 2010 and 2021.

As part of the Government’s commitment to openness under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and Environmental Information Regulations 2004, a version of Lincolnshire County Council’s Application for Funding document is available to view under ‘downloads’.

Clean and Clear Roads

An information leaflet on what to do about mud on the road and overhanging vegetation is available under ‘downloads’.

To report high priority highway defects, e.g., potholes, debris, flooding, road signage, obstructed roads.

To report problems with street lights or illuminated signs on the highway (not traffic signals).

To report a problem with Permanent Traffic Signals and Pedestrian Crossings.

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Last updated: 14 August 2014

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