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Traffic Safety Schemes »
The purpose of the project was to contribute to a review of the strategy for reducing road casualties in accordance with the Council's corporate priorities and performance targets.
Transport in Rugby Review »
In 2006 Warwickshire County Council undertook a major review of its Overview and Scrutiny function. and it was decided that issues of concern unique to a particular area could best be addressed by local Members. In January 2007 the County Council’s Rugby Area Committee agreed to undertake a joint exercise with Rugby Borough Council to ”review the impact of existing major sources of travel movements within the borough, and the plans being made to address the impact of known future developments on the Borough’s transport infrastructure”.
Unadopted Streets »
A policy adopted by the Council in 2008 prevented Area Committees from providing financial assistance to residents wishing to improve their unmade streets. The review sought to bring clarity to the rather complex issue of responsibility for private streets which comprise around 11% of our road network. We also wanted to come to a judgment as to whether the existing policy was appropriate.
Traffic Management in Conservation Areas »
The Cabinet referred the issues of a Local Safety Scheme in a particular historic market town in the Borough. The Scrutiny Commission chose to look at this scheme as a case study of how traffic management schemes are implemented in conservation areas more generally.
Devon: 20mph speed limits »
The starting point for this investigation was a concern that police did not support or enforce 20mph limits in Devon. This was coupled with the need to protect children in their journeys to school, and questioning whether this could best be done with the application of 20mph limits and zones.
Middlesbrough: Town Centre Parking »
The overall aim of the Scrutiny investigation was to investigate the parking provision in the town centre.
WINTER MAINTENANCE »
Through a review of winter maintenance procedures and routes with County Council engineers and other expert witnesses on the proposed criteria for the provision of salt bins/heaps and the prioritisation of routes, establish a clear and deliverable winter maintenance service.
Sutton: Condition of highways and drainage »
This review investigated how Sutton council manages the condition of highways and drainage in the borough.
Buckinghamshire: Road and Footway Maintenance »
The Review outlines the findings from an examination looking at how road and footway maintenance is carried out in Buckinghamshire.
South Ribble: Making Inroads: The Way Ahead »
A review into the conditioon of roads and pavements in South Ribble
Transforming Transport Regeneration in Bexley Scrutiny Review »
The review looks at the existing transport links across the borough and the priorities for future investment.
Cantebury: operation of the new highways arrangements »
A review of highways arrangements between the County and City Councils since the ending of the highways partnership.
Blyth Valley: Green transport: staff travel plans »
The review examines the possibility of introducing staff travel plans within Blyth Valley and Northumberland as a way of promoting sustainability.
Blyth Valley: Green transport: trends in taxi licensing »
The review examines the contribution taxi's have on green transport and recommends ways to reduce air quality in Blyth Valley and across Northumberland.
Blyth Valley: Sustainable Transport »
This review examines means of introducing sustainable transport for Northumberland.
Hartlepool: transportation links to hospital services and neighbourhood services department transport provision »
To aim of the investigation was to gain an understanding of the issues around transportation links to hospital services and Neighbourhood Services Department transport provision.
Lancashire: speed management »
A review to consider the general issue of speed management tools and techniques in Lancashire. The objectives of the Task Group were to establish the effectiveness of Speed Indicator Devises (SpIDs), to consider the options of the management and maintenance of SpIDs, and to consider the options and effectiveness of available methods for managing the speed of traffic in Lancashire.
Middlesbrough: public transport »
The overall aim of the Scrutiny investigation was to undertake a review of the current issues facing public transport in Middlesbrough by considering public expectations and to consider areas for improvement.
Parking Services »
A review of the work of the LB Ealing's parking department to examine whether it is being well run, whether permit holders and other motorists are receiving a high standard of customer care and to identify improvements needed.
East Sussex: Cycling survey 2007 »
The authority wanted to find out more about how it could increase the numbers of people cycling in East Sussex especially for journeys to work and other utility trips.
Cornwall: rural bus services »
The provision of bus services in a rural county like Cornwall is extremely challenging. A significant element of the County's population is dispersed across a large rural area, with difficulties in accessing services and facilities. Conversely, there is growing congestion in and around the main towns, impacting on the reliability of bus services. The impact of tourism trips in the County also puts additional pressures on parts of the transport network at peak times of the year. These contrasting requirements illustrate the challenge in ensuring that bus service provision meets the needs of the people travelling in Cornwall. There is also a need to build upon the successes of the last five years that have demonstrated that people are prepared to use public transport in Cornwall when the quality, frequency and reliability is right.
Bromsgrove: public transport (buses) »
The role of the Public Transport (Buses) Task Group was to examine: current bus services (or lack of); timetables; bus condition and age; and the general availability and acceptability to current bus users at large within Bromsgrove District.
Crawley: highways »
The Highways Scrutiny Panel reviewed the state of the highways (including paths and pavements) across Crawley.
Hampshire: the Lyndhurst bypass »
The review considered whether or not a bypass would be a viable and deliverable option for the village of Lyndhurst in the New Forest