- Commercial vehicle access
- Domestic vehicle crossings
- Dropped kerbs
- Events on the highway
- Highways permits
- Highways register
- Obstructed pavements
- Road and tourism signage
- Road repairs
- Street directory
- Street licence application
- Street lighting
- Street naming and numbering
- Street trading
- Traffic regulations
- Traffic sensitive streets
- Traffic signals
- Weight limits
- Winter service
Plymouth Transport and Highways
Plymouth City Council
Plymouth PL1 2AA
|01752 668000 (24 hrs)|
For commercial vehicles to gain entry or exit to commercial properties.
Did you know we're responsible for approximately 210 bridges within Plymouth?
If you want to drive across the footway or highway verge to gain access to your property to park your vehicle we can create a vehicle crossing for you
We can drop kerbs to enable access and manage the building works for you
If you would like to hold an event on the highway then you will need to gain permission from us to use the road space
Permits to put a skip, scaffolding, access plant, refreshment facilities or other objects on, in or over the public highway
Highways maintained at public expense and also includes a street directory
Let us know if a pavement is blocked and, if the obstruction is illegal, we'll remove it
What is a pothole and how to report it
Safely guiding those wishing to visit a tourist destination along the most appropriate route
Repair and upgrade programme for some of the roads in Plymouth that have been damaged during the harsh winter conditions.
Scheduled and emergency roadworks are coordinated by us and we try to ensure minimal disruption. Inlcudes map showing roadworks.
You need to apply for a licence before starting any work on the highway
Directory listing of all streets within Plymouth
There are over 35,000 street lights in the city - let us know if one isn't working
Information about house names, re-numbering, street names and post codes
If you sell items from the street you will need a licence otherwise you are breaking the law
View information about road markings, temporary orders and traffic regulation orders
Streets on which any work will create unacceptable delays and disruption to highway users at specified times
Report a faulty traffic light and we'll fix it as quickly as possible
Please choose your route carefully as weight restrictions are imposed for structural and environmental reasons
Salting of roads, salt bin locations and winter driving advice
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Plymouth On A Map
The recommended way of making a report is to use Plymouth On A Map.
Simply enter your postcode or navigate to the location where the problem is, click on the map and choose a topic from within the Transport and Streets section. (A full help guide is available if you have any questions). You can also view points of interest, for example Car Park locations.
The information on these pages is provided by Plymouth Transport and Highways, the partnership between Plymouth City Council and Amey for the management and maintenance of Plymouth's roads.
If you can't find the information you're looking for, please contact us so that we can help you.