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Keeping traffic moving 640 x 853

06 November 2015

Keeping traffic moving

Roads and streets are part of the country’s infrastructure and currently there are over 1,226,000 of them listed in the National Street Gazetteer (NSG). Issues such as congestion, capacity planning, street works, accidents, incidents and maintenance can affect them all and has a severe impact on traffic flow.

Keeping Traffic Moving - 397.52 KB

Performance matters analysing works on the road network 640 x 853

06 November 2015

Performance matters; analysing works on the road network

The UK Highway Authorities and Utilities Committee (HAUC(UK)) have introduced a quarterly performance scorecard to analyse works on the road network. This initiative is extremely important in giving the true picture of what is happening on UK roads, it indicate how utilities and local authorities are performing, and helps identify major issues that need addressing in England & Wales.

Performance matters; analysing works on the road network - 1.05 MB

Geo Place takes over rationalisation of street works 2 640 x 853

06 November 2015

GeoPlace takes over rationalisation of streetworks codes

From 1 April 2011, GeoPlace took over responsibility for the administration, maintenance, allocation and hosting of the Streetworks Data Capture Code List. This is a database, formerly hosted by the Department for Transport (DfT) that holds codes and tables used in the Electronic Transfer of Notices (EToN) for organisations, known as statutory undertakers, which have a statutory duty under the New Roads and Street Works Act (NRSWA) to dig in the road.

Geo Place takes over rationalisation of street works codes - 466.41 KB

A history of permit schemes and street works coordination

06 November 2015

A history of permit schemes and street works coordination

Cutting traffic disruption and reducinginconvenience to the public through coordinating road works is a major contemporarychallengeto government. A modern day solution to the problem comes in the form of permit schemes which aims to help the coordination of roadworks. Several pioneering organisations have already introduced the scheme with positive results to date, all of which are underpinned by a reliable street information database in the form of the National Street Gazetteer (NSG).

New Street Works Management Permit Schemes - 308.90 KB

06 November 2015

Keeping traffic moving

Roads and streets are part of the country’s infrastructure and currently there are over 1,226,000 of them listed in the National Street Gazetteer (NSG). Issues such as congestion, capacity planning, street works, accidents, incidents and maintenance can affect them all and has a severe impact on traffic flow.

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Keeping Traffic Moving - 397.52 KB

06 November 2015

Performance matters; analysing works on the road network

The UK Highway Authorities and Utilities Committee (HAUC(UK)) have introduced a quarterly performance scorecard to analyse works on the road network. This initiative is extremely important in giving the true picture of what is happening on UK roads, it indicate how utilities and local authorities are performing, and helps identify major issues that need addressing in England & Wales.

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Performance matters; analysing works on the road network - 1.05 MB

06 November 2015

GeoPlace takes over rationalisation of streetworks codes

From 1 April 2011, GeoPlace took over responsibility for the administration, maintenance, allocation and hosting of the Streetworks Data Capture Code List. This is a database, formerly hosted by the Department for Transport (DfT) that holds codes and tables used in the Electronic Transfer of Notices (EToN) for organisations, known as statutory undertakers, which have a statutory duty under the New Roads and Street Works Act (NRSWA) to dig in the road.

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Geo Place takes over rationalisation of street works codes - 466.41 KB

06 November 2015

A history of permit schemes and street works coordination

Cutting traffic disruption and reducinginconvenience to the public through coordinating road works is a major contemporarychallengeto government. A modern day solution to the problem comes in the form of permit schemes which aims to help the coordination of roadworks. Several pioneering organisations have already introduced the scheme with positive results to date, all of which are underpinned by a reliable street information database in the form of the National Street Gazetteer (NSG).

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New Street Works Management Permit Schemes - 308.90 KB