Roads and pavements services & information
Find out about scheduled road and pathway closures, road maintenance, our road user forum and much more.
Our roundabout sponsorship scheme is managed on our behalf by Marketing Force.
How to apply for a dropped kerb, and information about obstructed pavements and pavement maintenance.
We are responsible for the design, installation and maintenance of street lights and the maintenance of traffic signs, illuminated bollards and beacons in the borough.
Mayor of London’s cycling vision to provide a network of routes on safer, lower-traffic back streets.
Here you can report potholes, road and pavement damage. Including problems with: loose or raised kerbs, drainage, spillages, obstructions, or street lighting.
We are responsible for the managing and maintaining of the highway assets falling within the 725km of public road network.
Responsibility for Croydon's roads and pavements are shared between Croydon Council and Transport for London (TfL).
The highway gazetteer contains a list of adopted and unadopted streets in the borough.
List of outstanding claims made by members of the public.
The definitive map and statement is conclusive proof of the existence and status of a right of way at the relevant date.
Advance Payments Code and entering into a road making agreement
Information on the design and specifications of new streets in the borough under Section 38 and 33 agreements.
Find out what we are responsible for and whether a footpath is a public right of way.
Arranging highways works with the use of section 278 agreements.
About the rules and regulations that apply to selling vehicles on the highway.
We may authorise the stopping up or diversion of any highway in the borough for approved development works.
Trams, trains, buses, bikes, car share and walking - active, enjoyable and green ways of travelling.
You will need to apply for a licence under Section 50 of the New Roads and Street Works Act if you wish to excavate the public highway to install or maintain apparatus (such as cables, ducts and pipes) and are unable to act under a statutory undertaker's licence.