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East Staffordshire roadworks overview

The majority of road works are carried out by the utility companies such as gas, water, phone and electric companies. For more information on these road works please visit  Roadworks.org

Please note: The information below only lists planned road improvements by the county council.

To report a road or lighting fault the easiest way is to report it online.

In Progress

  • Temporary walking and cycling measures are being implemented along routes identified in Lichfield Street, Burton upon Trent. Expected to be completed by approximately 17 February 2020.

  • Temporary walking and cycling measures will be implemented along routes identified in St Peter’s Bridge, Burton upon Trent. Expected to be completed by approximately 20 February 2020.

  • A50 Growth Corridor. Estimated cost for Project A and B is £80 million. Started in Spring 2015.

Scheduled

  • From 4 January we will start the next phase of the works on High Street, Burton. The works will see improvement to High Street from Worthington Way to its junction with New Street to make this section of the town centre a more attractive environment for all users. 

Recently Completed

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Latest transport news

People reminded of safe e-scooter use as trial hits six-month mark

People in Stafford and Newcastle-under-Lyme are being encouraged to use hired electric scooters safely as town centre visits increase and the trial period for the vehicles reaches the six-month mark.
Date:
30 April 2021

New website to help keep young drivers safe

Parents and family members are being targeted in a new road safety campaign to help make young people better, safer drivers.
Date:
25 March 2021

Crews out in force to fix weather related potholes

Highways crews in Staffordshire have taken to the roads in force to fix an estimated 11,000 weather-related potholes across the county.
Date:
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£1 million boost for rural bus network

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Date:
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