In the foreword, roads minister Jesse Norman writes: 'Our objectives for RIS2 are evolutionary rather than revolutionary, building on the good work begun through the first RIS and its implementation.Highways England’s three imperatives of safety, customer service and delivery must remain the cornerstones of the way the SRN is managed, and RIS2 should reinforce and drive further progress in these areas.Customer service will continue to be a priority as we prepare to become Highways England.
They are of great credit to the industry and we value their continued support.
Brian Johns, Managing Director of Connect Plus Services said: All of our depots have been registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme as it’s important to us as a business.
The Strategic Business Plan 2015-2020 aims to improve customer service by planning roadworks better, providing better journey information and building stronger relationships with customers and communities.
The Agency will continue to register sites with the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
Graham Dalton, Chief Executive of the Highways Agency said: I’m delighted to accept this award on behalf of the Agency and our partners in the supply chain.
We work hard to minimise disruption for drivers and limit disruption to our neighbours who live near our road network whenever we carry out maintenance or improvement work.The Implementation Plan identified the need for a Data Business Plan (DBP) to organize mobility data pertaining to planning and operations.At the same time, FHWA approached MDOT SHA to conduct a pilot DBP to test a draft FHWA Data Business Plan Guidance for State and Local DOTs.Register just once to get unrestricted, real-time coverage of the issues and challenges facing UK transport and highways engineers.Full website content includes the latest news, exclusive commentary from leading industry figures and detailed topical analysis of the highways, transportation, environment and place-shaping sectors.The Agency is also a member of the Institute of Customer Service which provides specialised training and best practice guidance.The document follows the announcement in the Budget that Highways England will be given £25.3bn to deliver the strategy, known as RIS2, funded from ringfenced Vehicle Excise Duty through the National Roads Fund.The RIS2 document confirms that the Government expects the use of designated funds to continue in RIS2, ‘but under broader headings reflecting the feedback from our consultation’.These are: Environment and wellbeing; Users and communities; and Innovation and modernisation.The documents listed below relate to transport issues and are taken from the evidence base for the Submission Local Plan.The full list of evidence base documents is available on the Submission Local Plan web page.