What is being improved in my area?
You can view all programmed improvement works and track their progress using our online map.
Simply enter your postcode to find out what works are planned this year near you.
Improving your roads
Our highways teams are out and about everyday repairing potholes, improving the quality of roads and keeping Nottinghamshire’s 2,600 miles of highway network safe.
As a direct response to concerns raised by local residents, the Council is spending an extra £20million on the county’s residential roads over the next four years. This is just part of £142m in capital expenditure being invested in the county's roads from 2018 to 2022.
Which roads will be improved?
111 locations across the county will be improved during 2018/19 - worth £3.25m. Work will start in the summer and repairs will include resurfacing and surface dressing.
This is in addition to the £15.7m due to be spent as part of the county’s annual roads maintenance budget.
How have the roads been chosen?
The roads have been selected following feedback from residents, and councilors, and through Via's routine inspection programme. They have then been closely assessed by Via's highways team. These roads are likely to deteriorate further in the next few years, so it makes good sense to invest in them now to avoid larger repair bills in years to come.
How can I put my road forward for consideration?
As our decisions are based on the condition of the road surface over time, the best way residents can help is by reporting any potholes or other problems that occur.
Some roads in the county get a full inspection on an annual basis and as such, your feedback helps to keep the our highways safe for all road users.
How can I report a pothole?
The quickest way to report a pothole is online. You can be kept updated on progress of the repair, simply by including your email address.
Alternatively, you can report a pothole by phone on 0300 500 80 800.