Roadworks, potholes, dropped kerbs, parking, Blue Badges, gritting, flooding, Suffolk Highways and reporting a problem on a road or pavement.
How Suffolk highways are maintained, what to do if there's an highway maintenance emergency and how to claim for damage caused by highway defects.
See which roads are gritted and kept free from snow and ice by Suffolk Highways and how to keep up to date on Twitter in severe weather.
How to apply for a highway licence such as skips, scaffolding, mobile elevating work platforms or container cabins.
Details of road, pavement and verge maintenance and defects, including potholes, roadworks, drainage, resurfacing, vegetation, salting, gritting and snow.
Information on parking including, the Blue Badge scheme for disabled parking, how to apply for a dropped kerb and residential parking schemes.
Current and planned roadworks or road and street closures and how this affects you and information about road improvements projects in Suffolk.
Find information on who holds the responsibility for flooding in Suffolk, and how to report a flood in Suffolk.
Report a problem with a street light, pedestrian crossing or traffic signal quickly and easily online and how street lighting repairs are managed in Suffolk.
About council maintainable routes, public highways, private roads, roundabout sponsorship and how to make a road adoption query.
Find out how we manage roads and promote road safety using education campaigns, speed limits and signs.
Working with freight and haulage companies to ensure that HGV or lorries use the most suitable routes, roads or villages in Suffolk
How to apply for an age related free travel bus pass or renew a bus pass, public transport information for Suffolk and Local Links travel resources.
Strategy and plans for Suffolk, including Lake Lothing Crossing, Upper Orwell Crossings and proposed development of Chilton Woods, Sudbury.
Find out about how we maintain public rights of way as part of the public highways network in Suffolk.
Get involved in Suffolk’s cycling events, join the cycling conversation with @SuffolkSpokes, and get free cycling route maps for Suffolk.