|Year||Title||Additional information||Download document(s)|
|Road Works During the Covid- 19 Pandemic - SRWC Letter in consultation with RAUC(S) - 8 April 2020||
The Scottish Road Works Commissioner, in consultation with the RAUC(S) community has issued a letter, giving advice on undertaking road works during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you require any further clarity on the content of the attached please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The SRWC team are all working from home and your enquiry will be answered as soon as possible.
If your organisation is experiencing a particular difficulty with another organisation which you consider to be unreasonable, please contact the SRWC providing evidence of the issue by email to email@example.com
|06 April 2020 - Statement from the Scottish Road Works Commissioner on COVID-19 and Road Works||
Statement from the Scottish Road Works Commissioner on COVID-19 and Road Works. Made on 06 April 2020
|27 March 2020 - Statement from the Scottish Road Works Commissioner on COVID-19 and Road Works||
Statement from the Scottish Road Works Commissioner on COVID-19 and Road Works. Made on 27 March 2020
|24 March 2020 - Statement from the Scottish Road Works Commissioner on COVID-19 and Road Works||
Statement from the Scottish Road Works Commissioner on COVID-19 and Road Works. Made on 24 March 2020
|Raising Standards and Improving the Quality of Road Works in Scotland: Analysis of Responses From the Consultation||
On 16 March 2018 Transport Scotland released their analysis of the responses to the consultation on raising standards and improving the quality of road works in Scotland. The consultation was split into six general areas, with overall support for each of the proposals within. These areas are;
Proposals to enhance the role of the SRWC in both the areas of enforcement and expanded functions were strongly supported. From the consultation document it is noted that;
"Almost all who responded agreed that the creation of new inspection functions and clarifying the juristic status of the Commissioner would build on progress already achieved in Scotland to date."
|National Coring Report 2015/2016 Programme||
Roads Authorities & Utilities Committee Scotland (RAUCS) has published the latest Coring report covering reinstatements carried out by utility companies for the period from 1 January - 31 December 2015.
|Procurement Process for the Scottish Road Works Register||
The Scottish Road Works Commissioner is seeking to appoint a service provider to deliver a service for the Design, Construction, Implementation, Improvement, Hosting and Maintenance of the Scottish Road Works Register.
The Register provides a means to plan and exchange notices of works, record details of inspections carried out, record details of reinstatements completed and exchange information on the location of underground apparatus, with an overall aim to aid in the co-ordination of road works and reduce disruption to the travelling public. It is the repository for the whole life record of works carried out in the road network under the Roads (Scotland) Act 1984 and the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 (NRSWA) (as amended by the Transport (Scotland) Act 2005). The Commissioner analyses the information recorded on the register to gauge roads authority and undertakers compliance with these Acts and related best practice guidance. Scotland has operated such a national register of road works since 1991. The last procurement process for such a register was undertaken in 2009 (OJEU Ref: 2009/S 29-042545).
Full details of the services required are contained within the procurement documents. The tender is designed to provide the Scottish Road Works Community with a Register of works and ancillary services (such as the Dial before you Dig service and Helpdesk functions).
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