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Pedestrians, Road management / Maintenance, All of UK

Councils snub footway condition survey

Only a handful of highway authorities have opted to use a new survey to assess the condition of footways launched after the Government axed a requirement on councils to monitor pedestrian networks.

Highways industry leaders are set to urge authorities to use the new footway network survey developed to replace the survey councils had to use under the requirements of a best value performance indicator removed by the previous Government.

Officials on the UK Roads Board acknowledged that a better...

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