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Find out about cycling, electric vehicles and our transport strategy
Works undertaken in the borough by utility companies
Maintenance of roads and footways including gritting in winter and throughout the year
See what constitutes an abandoned vehicle and how to report it to us
Information on road and pavement works in Barnet
Stopping up orders are usually made to allow development to take place or because the public highway is no longer necessary
Road adoption is a process where a road in private ownership becomes a public road, which is then managed and maintained by the council
Initiatives and resources targeted at children and young people to teach the skills required to become safe and independent road users
Barnet Council takes its role as a Lead Local Flood Authority seriously. We monitor potential flood areas, and work around the clock to clear gullies, drains and watercourse
A Public Right of Way (PROW) is a highway over which the public have a right to pass and repass
The Utilities and Highways Charter aims to deliver a more efficient coordinated highway network
Before a haulier can move an abnormal load, e.g. those with a gross vehicle weight exceeding 40 tonnes on 5 axles or 44 tonnes on 6 axles, the Police must be notified and their consent granted
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