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When ice is forecast all key routes in Wiltshire will receive precautionary salting. Key routes are trunk roads, class A and B roads and some of the busier lower class roads. This helps to make sure that the majority of road users live within a reasonable distance of a salted road.

If temperatures remain below freezing after the morning rush of traffic then a larger network may be salted. This secondary salting covers an additional network of lower class roads serving housing estates and main access to villages and hamlets.

Where severe weather conditions continue for a extended period of time, we may turn to treating our strategic routes. The strategic routes are key transport links within the county that we will look to keep operational at all times.

It is important to remember that not every road can be salted and to never assume a road has been treated. See our advice for drivers for more information.

  • Highways England routesHighways England routes
  • Secondary gritting routesSecondary gritting routes
  • Primary gritting routesPrimary gritting routes
  • Strategic gritting routesStrategic gritting routes

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