Road and footpath salting

Which roads/footpaths are salted?

You can view salting/gritting routes by printable pdf, or by interactive map:

Printable version

Road and footpath salting routes:

East Riding (pdf 340kb opens in new window)

Beverley (pdf 360kb opens in new window)

Bridlington and Driffield  (pdf 370kb opens in new window)

Goole and Howdenshire (pdf 400kb opens in new window)

Haltemprice and Hunsley (pdf 700kb opens in new window)

Holderness (pdf 380kb opens in new window)

Market Weighton and Pocklington (pdf 340kb opens in new window)

Please note: The target treatment time for roads to be treated is three hours and they will normally be treated before the start of the working day.

Interactive map

The following interactive map will show you information salting routes and salt bins:

View interactive salting map (external East Riding website)

Using the map

Hover your cursor over the following details:

Red lines - Denote 'precautionary routes' which are routinely treated in case of ice and snow.

Green lines - Denote 'secondary routes' which are treated when ice is forecast to be present after noon.

Orange boxes - denote a salt bin.

The map works similarly to 'google maps' in the way you can pan and zoom with your mouse, but we have some help notesshould you need them.

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What can I do if my road/footpath isn't salted?

If your road or footpath isn't on a main salting route there may be action you can take to reduce the hazard caused by snow and ice in your street. You can read about applying for a salt bin to be placed in your street as well as how to safely salt the road/footpath yourself with or without having a local salt bin.

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