We provide a wide range of bus stops and shelters for waiting bus passengers.
The county council carries out regular checks to reduce the risk of flooding on the highway.
The county council maintains the majority of grass verges alongside adopted highways.
Gritting routes, adding a road to a gritting route and advice on clearing snow and ice yourself.
LCCHA is an innovative new form of contract.
The Maintenance Plans set out a regime of inspections, surveys and assessments.
The county council maintains 3,000 miles of footways in Lincolnshire.
Maintenance includes making safe potentially dangerous defects such as severe potholes.
Report highway faults and make general enquiries online.
Each year we maintain the county’s 8,718 km of roads.
Information on what is involved in surface dressing and why we do it.
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