1 PAS 55-1 Asset Management: Part 1: Specification for the optimized management of physical infrastructure assets, The Institution of Asset Management and BSI, 2008.
2 PAS 55-1 Asset Management: Part 1: Specification for the optimized management of physical infrastructure assets, The Institution of Asset Management and BSI, 2008.
3 Questions and pictures were selected from Transport for London’s Customer Standards Survey.
4. Includes network operations, strategic road safety and minor improvement schemes.
5. Includes safety camera partnership, travel information, traffic counts, motorway telephones and compensation.
6. FETA were dissolved as an entity of 1 June 2015 and their duties now fall to the Scottish Ministers through the new Forth Bridges Unit Term Operating, Management and Maintenance Contract.
7. Carriageways: based on 6 per cent of motorways, 8 per cent of dual carriageways and 10 per cent of single carriageways requiring maintenance each year. Road Structures: removal of the known backlog of high priority (safety critical), but unfunded commitments. Ancillary assets: replacement of all assets which have been assessed as being in very poor condition and beyond their serviceable life.
1 TS RCI calculation based on several SCANNER survey condition parameters (rutting, profile variance, texture and cracking) and the remaining structural life reported by Deflectograph. It is not equivalent to the Road Condition Index reported by Scottish Local Authorities which is based on SCANNER survey data alone.
2 This scenario does not include provision of funds to improve skidding resistance, nor does it enable us to reduce the backlog of maintenance work.
3 Some Major Bridge inspections sit outwith the main Principal and General Inspection Programme and works identified often have a unique priority that overrides others.
4 This scenario does not include provision of funds to reduce the backlog of maintenance work.