Consultation outcome

Road network policy consultation

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Road network policy consultation response

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Original consultation

Summary

Increasing local authorities' freedom to set roads classifications and routes, and reducing DfT's role to one of guidance and appeals cases.

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Consultation description

Consultation outlining proposed arrangements for devolving responsibility on the classification of local roads. The department intends to increase the freedom of local authorities to set roads classifications and routes on the primary route network, and to reduce its role to guidance and appeals cases. This consultation also outlines existing policy on elements of the strategic road network; streamlines data reporting procedures; and considers ways in which satnav technology fits with existing arrangements.

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Road network policy consultation

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Published 1 February 2011