For an interactive map showing details of current and planned roadworks across the country please see one network.
Devon County Council has also developed an interactive roadworks map to provide present, future and completed activity, including defect repairs as well as scheduled roadworks that is taking, or has taken, place on the highway network in Devon.
For roadworks, delays and diversions on the M5, A30, A35, A38 and the A303 please contact Highways England.
We aim to provide details of our schemes which have the potential to cause major disruption to road users, to explain what we are doing and why we have to do it. Use the links below to find out more about current and planned schemes.
- A396 south of Ashley Recycling Centre, near Bickleigh
- A39 & A361 Barnstaple
- A376 Clyst St Mary
- A384 Caddaford, Staverton
- Cattle grid cleaning 2020/21
- Rock Park Railway Bridge – Emergency
- A380 Penn Inn roundabout to Splatford Split (north and southbound)
- A361 Junction 27 to Bolham roundabout (east and westbound)
- Tree safety and visibility clearance – A361 and A39
- A382 – Newton Abbot to the A38 at Drumbridges roundabout
- A380 (between Kennford and Newton Abbot)
- B3230 Muddiford Leat
- Construction of new bridge to replace Alma Bridge in Sidmouth
- E4 Cycle Route phase 2
- E4 Cycle Route Phase 3: Bridge across Summer Lane
- Exminster bypass (Matford Roundabout to Swan’s Nest)
- Pothole Action Fund 2019/20
- Sherford Main Street phase 2
Major schemes are significant local authority highway and public transport capital projects. Most involve substantial investment in infrastructure by the Department of Transport that would otherwise be beyond the means of a local authority.
- A30 Blackdown Hills – Road improvement from Honiton to Devonshire Inn
- Bridge Road, Exeter – widening and improvements
- North Devon Link Road – road improvements between Tiverton and Abbotsham
We do not control work carried out by utility companies. Any queries or complaints should be directed to the relevant company, whose name should be clearly visible on their signage. Alternatively, you can check one.network to find out who is responsible for the work.
If you would like to report an issue with existing roadworks please use our live chat facility or complete our online form