Lincolnshire County Council Highways Alliance
The Lincolnshire County Council Highways Alliance is a partnership between May Gurney, Mouchel, Imtech Traffic & Infra (traffic signals) and the county council’s highways department.
The Alliance is an innovative new form of contract, meaning that Lincolnshire County Council – responsible for roads, highways structures, footways, street lighting, signals and signage – work closely with its three partners in delivering highways services. The Highways Alliance partnership means that the process of planning and carrying out maintenance and improvements will enable better co-ordination, minimising disruption to motorists whilst costing less and providing better value for money.
The county council is responsible for the fifth largest road network in England, covering some 5,500 miles with 85% classified as rural, 3,030 miles of footway and in excess of 3,500 highway structures.
The Alliance arrangement runs from 1 April 2010 for five years with an option to extend this to 10 years following a review.
For further information on the Highways Alliance and the work they do, please see the downloads section.
For further information on roadworks in Lincolnshire, please follow this link.
For more information on our partners, visit their websites:
Please use the online reporting form to make us aware of any issues with works being carried out by Lincolnshire County Council contractors, or alternatively contact our Highways Customer Service Team on 01522 782070.
If you have a more general comment or would like to submit a compliment regarding the Highways Alliance, please follow this link to our Comments, Compliments and Corporate Complaints page.