Devon has over 8,000 miles of road – the largest road network in the country. We work with a range of other local authorities and businesses to maintain and develop the road network to meet the needs of users, now and in the future.
For an interactive map showing details of current and planned roadworks across the county please see devon.roadworks.org. We also publish more detailed information about schemes which have the potential to cause major disruption to road users. Find out more about what we are doing and why we have to do it.
Detailing some of the planning work being carried out across the county and including the Devon and Torbay Local Transport Plan 2011-2026 with evidence and consultation reports. Also available are key documents covering past events that had a significant impact on our transport resilience.
Use our Travel Devon website to find out everything you need to know about travelling sustainably in Devon including walking to work, cycling routes, using the bus and car sharing.
The site can also help with creating sustainable, personal travel plans as well as toolkits for schools and businesses.
Data is collected and analysed for hundreds of locations across the county each year and provides details of traffic volume, speed, vehicle classification and cycle track usage.
At Data in Devon you can use an interactive map to view the locations of all sites where data is available and the data collected can be made available on request (charges may apply).
Proposed traffic schemes in Devon can be seen at Traffic regulation orders. These orders are the legal agreements which enforce regulations including speed limits, on-street parking and one-way streets.