Find out how we manage roads and promote road safety using education campaigns, speed limits and signs.
The Suffolk Roadsafe partnership aims to reduce casualties in Suffolk and increase road safety awareness through education, enforcement and engineering.
All our current speed limits meet the guidelines set by the Department of Transport. However, you can request a speed limit change through your councillor.
Road markings help prevent obstruction by waiting or parked vehicles.
Waiting and loading restrictions restrict when vehicles can wait, load and unload, limit the length of stay or prevent waiting altogether.
Find out how Suffolk County Council is working with communities to reduce speed.
How to apply for a brown tourist sign in Suffolk and check what the application fee is. Find out how much it costs to get a tourist sign created and erected.
Types of traffic signs provided by Suffolk County Council and district or borough councils and how to report a problem with a traffic sign in Suffolk.
Information on how traffic in Suffolk is managed to optimise traffic flow, including our traffic calming measures.
How to obtain road traffic collision data, including road collision reports for developers.
Report online a problem or incident with lorries and their drivers including if they've used unsuitable or narrow roads, routes or villages in Suffolk.
How to obtain traffic survey data from us, and guidance on completing your own traffic survey.
Find out what a Traffic Regulation Order is and how to access maps for Suffolk.