Consultation outcome

Transport resilience review: call for evidence

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

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

The expert panel has published recommendations for improving the resilience of all modes of transport during extreme weather conditions.

Original consultation

Summary

Seeks views on the planning, performance and response of the transport network in severe weather to identify measures to improve resilience.

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Consultation description

The transport resilience review expert panel is seeking your experience and views on the planning, performance and response of the transport network to severe weather events.

Through the transport resilience review we will identify practical measures to improve the resilience of our transport network to severe weather events in the short term. We will also give due consideration to longer term resilience of the nation’s transport infrastructure.

The review will examine:

  • plans to mitigate impacts from severe weather events
  • contingency planning to manage the effects of severe weather
  • investigation of increased rates of asset degradation and the effects on asset performance and service life
  • adaptation of infrastructure to manage projected future risks

Documents

Transport resilience review: call for evidence

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Published 20 March 2014
Last updated 22 July 2014 + show all updates
  1. Added a link to the expert panel's recommendations.
  2. First published.