An abandoned vehicle is one that has been discarded by its owner. In the first instance you should contact your district or borough council to report an abandoned vehicle.
In most cases, off-street and on-street car parking penalties are the responsibility of your local Borough or District Council.
The District and Borough councils of Warwickshire operate car parks in and around the town centres
Coleshill Parkway is served by direct half-hourly train services to Birmingham New Street in around 18 minutes, Leicester in 40 minutes and London in around 2 hours. Local bus services also interchange at Coleshill Parkway providing connections to and from Birmingham International Airport & National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in around 18 minutes, and into most other local conurbations.
The Blue Badge scheme is a European scheme which gives parking concessions in the UK and Europe to people with severe mobility problems. It allows badge holders to park closer than other members of the public to their destinations.
How to apply for an advisory disabled parking bay.
Details on the services we provide concerning drains, ditches, hedges and trees – including how to report a fault online.
Grass verge cutting is carried out to ensure that vegetation does not restrict visibility for the highway user and to provide a refuge for pedestrians.
A downloadable map showing the most suitable routes around Warwickshire, the main industrial areas, refuelling stops, parking areas and services stations, all of which are suitable for heavy goods traffic. Also showing height and weight restrictions, and approximate speed camera locations.
Information on our duties as an authority, how the law applies to you if you suffer an accident, and what to do if you decide to make a claim.
We are the authority for highways for the districts and boroughs within Warwickshire and hold information about the status and extents of the highway (excluding trunk roads and motorways).
Warwickshire road safety education can provide driver training and assessment for those vehicles which can be driven using a normal full car licence (except tail lift minibuses which require MiDAS – Minibus Driver Awareness Scheme – training and assessment).
Training courses for motorcycle and scooter riders who ride in Herefordshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire or Worcestershire.
The highway is a road or street, verge, footway or pavement, public footpath or bridleway that is the responsibility of Warwickshire County Council as the highway authority.
Park and ride locations include Coleshill parkway, Stratford, Warwick Parkway. This page includes links to various park and ride initiatives across the county.
Details about and how to apply for private road access marking.
When contacting us please describe the nature and location of the highway fault in as much detail as possible. It is useful to leave your contact details should one of our inspectors need to clarify the exact location of a fault.
Details on the types of potholes, and how to report them online.
When contacting us please describe the nature, column number and location of the fault in as much detail as possible. For location please include town, road name and the house or property nearest to the light.
Links to information in districts and boroughs of Warwickshire, relating to resident parking schemes.
The Highway Code contains up to date information on all road markings. There are two main types of road markings – advisory and mandatory. You can report faulty or worn road markings online.
A useful list of road safety advice links.
All signs and road markings in Warwickshire on the public highway must be authorised by us as the highway authority.
Some motorists detected exceeding 30mph and 40mph speed limits (within a certain criteria) in Warwickshire are being given the choice of attending an educational course called the ‘Speed Awareness Workshop’.
Free parking, buses every 10-15 minutes, direct to Stratford Town Centre with fully site secure CCTV and supervisors on site.
The £2 million resurfacing programme involves more than 350 sites and includes all categories of road from ‘A’ roads to residential cul-de-sacs. The programme is due to be completed by September.
We can authorise a road to be closed to allow road works to take place or to ensure safety at a sporting or social event. District and Borough councils can also authorise closures for street parties and fairs (etc). The Police can close roads for public safety reasons.
To put a temporary structure – scaffolding, hoarding and cranes/access arms – on a public road, you need a licence from the local authority.
Information about who controls tourism signs within Warwickshire, including contact details for queries.
‘Wheels to Work’, ‘Workwise’ and ‘On Your Bike’ are three projects managed by Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire Partnership, through the Connexions scheme.
Public weighbridge locations, fees, dimensions, capacity and opening times.
We grit 46% of our 3820 kilometre (2368 mile) highway network. All roads cannot be treated due to budget, gritting vehicle size and mobilisation time.
A travel plan is typically a package of practical measures to encourage and enable staff to choose alternatives to single-occupancy car-use, and promote greener, cleaner travel choices.