Highways information online
Welcome to Highways Info Online where you can find up-to-date Highways information and news around seasonal topics.
You can also:
- report highways problems online
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A30 / A328 Pedestrian Improvement Works
We are currently carrying out some pedestrian improvement works on the A30 Egham Hill at junction with A328 St Judes Road, Egham. This may cause some disruption and we apologise for the delays to your journey.
The works will take place in 3 phases; phase 1 and 2 are complete and phase 3 is due to be operationally complete by the end of May 2015. Some follow up work will be needed to complete phase 3 following suspension during the Magna Carta celebrations in June 2015.
The phase 3 works involve carriageway widening, new footway construction, drainage works, resurfacing, traffic signal modifications and Affinity Water diversions in St Judes Road and will require a combination of lane closures and temporary traffic signals. A temporary closure of St Judes Road (northbound only) will be introduced for approximately 3 weeks for the Affinity Water diversion.
For more information and updates, please download our information leaflet below or see our roadworks page.
Highways Customer Panel
We are launching a brand new Highways Customer Panel. This is a great opportunity for anyone who uses Surrey's roads to make their opinions heard on highways matters.
Winter Service 2014/15
Our Winter Service has ended for this year. We had an average winter in Surrey, and compared to the major floods at the beginning of 2014, we were certainly due a milder season.
We asked for your feedback on how we did this year, and we have now analysed the results. To find out more about how we are using your comments, please download the survey feedback below.
Woking Town Centre
Woking Borough Council and Surrey County Council have an agreement in place for the highway maintenance within Woking Town Centre. Woking Borough Council are now responsible for the footpaths and roads within the centre. The extent of the area covered can be found by viewing the Town Centre Boundary Map.
To find out what Woking Borough Council are responsible for exactly, and how you can report a problem in Woking Town Centre, please see their Street Scene page.
Insurance claims against the Council
Members of the public who think they may have an insurance claim or otherwise against Surrey County Council should complete the Insurance Service feedback form with the details.