We are responsible for road markings and signage on the highway and investigates complaints of damage or deterioration.
Parking restrictions require a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) and are installed to improve road safety and reduce congestion. View the Traffic Regulation Orders Online, including links to car park tariffs and limited waiting restriction times
The Traffic Scheme consultation database is a way for you to find out what consultations concerning traffic schemes have happened, are happening or are about to happen in the Dudley Borough.
Road markings and signs on our roads are an essential aid to assist in road safety, providing directions and other information. The Council undertakes the maintenance of markings and signs.
Dudley Council is responsible for ensuring that street name plates are provided and fitted in suitable positions. In the case of a new development however, the developer is responsible for the erection of name plates to the Council's specification.
Dudley Council undertake on-street parking enforcement of Traffic Regulation Orders. The police continue to enforce obstructive parking and moving traffic offences.
If you have any concerns regarding Road Markings and Signage or would like to report a problem, please use our Street Maintenance Form.
There are various types of yellow and white lines that are marked on the road or edge of the pavement/kerb that indicate waiting restrictions or to help road users by giving different types of information on lane use and direction.
The Council installs signs on the highways to regulate traffic and to provide warnings to drivers of hazards ahead. The signs that may be used on the public highway are controlled by Government regulations, covering the designs of the signs, where they can be used and whether they must be illuminated.
Dudley Council has the policy to remove unauthorised signs or other marks on the highway and those affixed to items of street furniture
Dudley Council has a policy to remove unauthorised signs or other marks on the highway and those affixed to items of street furniture
A cycle lane is a marked space on the road to create a safer riding space for cyclists alongside the kerb.
Find out about requesting new road markings and signage.
We are responsible for the provision, installation and maintenance of speed control measures and all associated signage within the public highway, including investigation into complaints of damage.