Roads, road maintenance, traffic and road safety
Severe weather in 2014
Following the impact of serious flooding on Hampshire’s roads, the Hampshire Highways service is prioritising urgent work on safety hazards.
Your reports of local issues are important to us. We have therefore re-deployed staff to help deal with the backlog. However, we apologise that non-urgent work to deal with less serious road defects, provide carriageway improvements and process damage claims will be delayed and it will take longer than usual to deal with routine requests.
Report road problems including flooding and drainage problems. For emergencies requiring immediate attention please call 999.
Severe weather, flooding, road salting, and road safety in winter conditions.
Roadworks and road maintenance in Hampshire.
Report problems, and other information about street lighting.
Report problems, and other information about traffic lights.
Management of traffic speed and flow, including parking, traffic calming, safety cameras, and more.
Some activities require a licence from the County Council, such as permission to place a skip on the highway, excavate the road for pipes or cables etc.
How to apply for a dropped kerb outside your property, to allow vehicle access to a driveway or garage.
Search our database to find if a roads is maintained at public expense by Hampshire County Council.
Cutting and other management of roadside trees, hedges, and verges.
Legal definition of the extent of public road space and highway land.
How to report dead animals on public roads
Flood prevention and related information.
Roads and road maintenance news, guidance and references for Parish Councils.
Traffic surveys in Hampshire from June to October 2013.
Advertising on this website
Road and transport news
- Pothole Busters hit Hampshire roads
- County Council starts environmental surveys to inform Fareham and Gosport schemes
- Hampshire County Council and Network Rail agree to reopen Sway railway bridge