Devon County Council’s road maintenance programme for Exeter

At the Exeter Highways and Traffic Orders Committee held on 14 November 2016, members requested information in relation to the Devon County Council’s road maintenance programme [item 11 of the agenda].

The details for Exeter are as follows:

road-maintenance-01-alphington
road-maintenance-02-duryard
road-maintenance-03-exwick
road-maintenance-04-heavitree
road-maintenance-05-newtown
road-maintenance-06-mincinglake
road-maintenance-09-st-loyes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Schemes included in this view

Schemes excluded from this view

  • Schemes still awaiting Asset Approval
  • Bridge Assessment & Strengthening (BAS)
  • Revenue Funded Schemes
  • Pre-patching for 2017/18
  • Road Restraint schemes (RRS)
  • Street Lighting
  • Traffic signals
  • Cycleways
  • Roadmarkings

Glossary

      • Resurfacing – surface treatment with a bituminous material, 40mm or more thick.
      • Patching – surface treatment with a bituminous material, 40mm or more thick but in smaller areas not covering the whole road or footpath.
      • Surface Dressing – surface treatment with bitumen and chippings. Patching will be completed in the year preceding surface dressing.
      • Micro Asphalt – Slurry style surface treatment, typically suited to urban areas. Patching will be completed in the year preceding Micro Asphalt.
      • Joint / crack repair – treats joints and cracks in the existing surface that need sealing prior to a longer term repair in the near future.
      • High Friction Surfacing (HFS) – specialised surface dressing at locations that require higher skidding resistance.
      • Drainage – upgrading, repairs and improvements to highway drainage systems.
      • Footway works – surface treatment to a footpath involving resurfacing or a bituminous sealant, or replacement of concrete flags.

Further details on the programme for the current year requested by are available on DCC’s public web site as a interactive map

There also a list rather than the map, which can sort schemes according to Electoral Division or Market Town [but a few anomalies show up – I don;t think Exminister will take too kindly to being included in the Exeter list!]. This list also shows the current status of each scheme.

 

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