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Lancashire County Council

Service will remember those killed and injured on our roads

People are invited to a special service to remember victims of road traffic collisions being held in November.

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Give us your views on new traffic proposals

You can share your views on new plans which aim to improve road safety and keep traffic moving at key locations across the county.

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Plan your journey around roadworks starting in Ormskirk

Lancashire County Council is alerting people to the need to plan their journeys around a new phase of work due to begin on the Ormskirk Eastern Gateway Project.

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Plans submitted for a new railway station in north-west Preston

Plans have been submitted for a new railway station in Preston, which will improve access to travel, work and leisure opportunities in the region.



New approach makes it easier to decorate streets for local events

Lancashire County Council is making it simple and cost-effective for anyone who wants to attach items such as signs, bunting, or hanging baskets to streetlights to apply for permission.

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Report highways faults on the go with Lancashire's 'Love Clean Streets' app

An app that allows residents to report highways issues on the go has been expanded to the reporting of a wider range of faults. 

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Lancashire's highways team praised for low carbon commitment

Lancashire County Council has been recognised nationally for its commitment to sustainable working practices and carbon reduction in maintaining the county's highways.

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Average speed cameras will improve safety on Lancashire's highest risk roads

A new era of safer roads in Lancashire starts this month as work begins to install average speed cameras on the county's five highest risk roads.

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Traffic calming agreed for key Ormskirk route

A key route in Ormskirk is due to be made safer for cyclists after traffic calming measures have been agreed by Lancashire County Council's cabinet.

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Guild Wheel returns to original route as temporary diversion is removed

A temporary diversion to the Guild Wheel on the west side of Preston has been removed, allowing it to return to its original route. 

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New report charts positive progress on road maintenance

A new report to Lancashire County Council's cabinet reveals that our roads are gradually improving thanks to a consistent approach to investment and maintenance.

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Bank Holiday arrangements - Monday 19 September

Most Lancashire County Council services will be closed on Monday 19 September, which has been announced as a Bank Holiday to mark the state funeral for Her Majesty The Queen.