Roads, highways and pavements
Last updated: 29/10/2013
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Cornwall Council is responsible for repairing and maintaining
the public highways network in Cornwall, excluding the A30 and A38
trunk roads which are the responsibility of the Highways Agency. The A30 to the
west of Chy-An-Mor roundabout is not a trunk road and is maintained
by Cornwall Council.
To view a list of current roadworks online
see the Roads - roadworks page.
Find out about current consultations,
register your interest in future consultations or see what has
happened as a result of past consultations.
Cornwall Council is responsible for over
7,520 kilometres (4,530 miles) of road from major principal roads
to narrow country lanes. Report a highway problem
Find out how to apply for a dropped kerb as
well as information about creating or widening a vehicle
access, what permissions and licenses are required and who can do
Information on road improvements and find
out about some of the major traffic schemes in Cornwall.
Traffic calming can reduce traffic speeds
which means that residents, pedestrians and cyclists can live and
travel more safely. Find out about the different
types of traffic calming measures
measures are suitable for different locations.
Winter service is an important part of the
council's maintenance work and involves salting major roads when
there is a risk of ice, clearing snow and reacting to floods and
fallen trees. Find out which roads are
and when the salting takes place
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