Highways Agency Business Plan

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The Implementation Plan identified the need for a Data Business Plan (DBP) to organize mobility data pertaining to planning and operations.

Given the impacts of transport activities on various environmental receptors, the evidence base documents on air quality and noise issues - as listed under the heading 'Protecting and Design' on the Submission Local Plan web page - are also relevant.

Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) State Highway Administration (SHA) has developed a number of initiatives and partnerships that have helped the agency reach a highly mature stage in their mobility data management practices.

Edward Hardy, Chief Executive of Considerate Constructors Scheme said: I would like to congratulate the Highways Agency for registering 1,000 sites with the Scheme, which demonstrates their commitment to improving the image of construction.

The Agency and their partners have worked hard to ensure disruption is minimised and local communities are respected when work takes place.

Customer service will continue to be a priority as we prepare to become Highways England.

Through better planning, improved safety and engagement with our customers we will deliver £11billion of investment in our network with minimal disruption.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.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.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 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.Following the Budget, in which chancellor Philip Hammond announced that the Government will not sign any new private finance contracts, the document states: ‘Key projects such as the Lower Thames Crossing and the continued upgrade of the A303 will ensure regions are better connected.’ Neither the draft RIS2 nor the Budget document specifically mention the £1.6bn Stonehenge Tunnel, which is part of the wider A303 upgrade, The Budget document does cite the Lower Thames Crossing.The Treasury had previously said that PF2 was to be the finance model for both projects.


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