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Teenager involved in crash on A46 at Welton dies in hospital

A teenager involved in a crash on the A46 at Welton has died.

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Swift response after reporting on Rasen Road pothole

Just a day after the Rasen Mail reported on the trouble a deep pothole in Rasen Road was causing to drivers, a team from Lincolnshire Highways has been on site to repair it.

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County council highways staff repairing potholes on Moor Lane, Leasingham. EMN-180131-170041001

Extra £1.7 million given to county to deal with potholes - but ‘still more to do’ says council

The county council has been given an additional £1.7m to deal with potholes across Lincolnshire - bringing the total to £4.2m funding from the Government for the problem so far.

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A recovery man loading the damaged Jaguar onto a truck. EMN-180502-160022001

Two accidents in one morning from Rasen area pothole

The angry owner of a luxury car is claiming a ‘lethal’ pothole near Market Rasen has caused extensive damage to his vehicle.

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RAF Typhoons at Nellis Air Force Base. Picture: SAC James Skerrett. EMN-180502-124601001

RAF Coningsby Typhoon’s take part in world’s largest air combat exercise

Fighter jets from RAF Coningsby have been invited to take part in the world’s largest and most complex air combat exercise.

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Lady Sarah McCorquodale, sister of Diana Princess of Wales and former High Sheriff of Lincolnshire, to open memorial to county’s road crash victims

The sister of Princess Diana, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, is to open a memorial to Lincolnshire’s road crash victims in Boston later this year.

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Coun Richard Davies, Executive Member for Highways and Transportation at Lincolnshire County Council. EMN-180124-154136001

Reflecting on a busy year for Highways

2018 promises to be another busy year for the Highways department at Lincolnshire County Council, according to Coun Richard Davies.

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Rail commuters hit by ticket increase

A rise in ticket prices this year will affect Market Rasen area residents on East Midlands Trains.

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Roadworks take place on the A1084 this week

Repair plan for Brigg road

Work is set to begin tomorrow, Thursday, on the A1084 Caistor to Brigg road at Bigby.

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Armed police set to patrol railways across the country

Armed police set to patrol railways across the country

Armed officers on trains across the UK may become a more common sight, following an announcement by British Transport Police.

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The roads are expected to be extra busy this Friday

Warning not to travel on ‘frantic Friday’

Drivers are being urged to avoid travelling on “Frantic Friday” this week when the last of the year’s commuter traffic will clash with the Christmas getaway.
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The county council's new generation gritter - 'The Beast'. EMN-171213-175949001

Lincolnshire’s gritters drive the equivalent of to the South Pole and back to keep roads safe

Despite a catalogue of minor and more serious collision on Lincolnshire’s roads in recent days due to ice and snow, the county council says its gritters have covered a distance equal to a trip to the South Pole and back.

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Snow in the Wolds today. Photo: Horncastle Police

Number of crashes on Lincolnshire roads due to snow - latest police advice

Snow is now falling across much of the county and Lincolnshire police are seeing hazardous travel conditions and a number of road accidents and incidents, particularly across the south of the county.

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The Beast will soon be treating Lincolnshire roads in the winter season.

Gritters gear up for weekend of wintry weather

With freezing temperatures forecast over the next few days, the county’s gritters are ready to roll.

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High Street footbridge in Lincoln reopens after repairs. EMN-170112-131328001

High Street footbridge reopens after repairs

Lincoln High Street footbridge has reopened after repairs were successfully completed.

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Gritters are ready for action today after the firstsnowfall on the Wolds in Lincolnshire. EMN-171130-124221001

Gritters prepared to do battle with the weather to keep Lincolnshire moving as first snow falls

With snow already falling on the Wolds in the Louth area and forecast to potentially fall across other parts of Lincolnshire as temperatures plummet, the county’s gritters will be out on the roads to keep them safe for motorists.

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Wife of Mr Cooper, with neighbours Mrs Brookes (left) and Mrs Dearden (right) pictured on the by way. EMN-171120-172820001

Pothole nightmare for Dog Kennel residents

A disabled woman is struggling to leave her home near Market Rasen because negotiating a ‘pothole ridden’ lane leaves her in even more pain.

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East Midlands Ambulance Service.

Statistics as part of Road Safety Week

As part of their road safety week (Monday, November 20, to Sunday, November 26) the charity Brake have released research findings into the impact of road collisions.

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RAC warn drivers of increased private parking fines over Christmas

RAC warn drivers of increased private parking fines over Christmas

Overstaying in private car parks could prove to be a hidden cost this Christmas as the RAC is warning drivers they are now 13 times more likely to receive a ticket than a decade ago.

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What behaviour do you find most annoying when on the road?

REVEALED: The most irritating driving habits that bug motorists, according to you

Lane hoggers, tail-gaters and frequent lane-changers are among the most annoying bugbears for motorists, according to new research.

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