Friday, 2 May 2014

Transforming the Highways Agency into a government-owned company: decision . . .

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Transforming the Highways Agency into a government-owned company: decision

Cited at:
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/transforming-the-highways-agency-into-a-government-owned-company-decision

Summarises issues raised following our consultation on setting up the Highways Agency as a government-owned company.


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Ref: ISBN 9781474101547, Cm 8855PDF, 684KB, 57 pages


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Respondents showed broad support for the proposals and this publication confirms decisions to:
set up the Highways Agency as a government-owned strategic highways company
put in place an effective system of governance – giving the company flexibility to run the roads responsibly, successfully and in the public interest
establish a ‘road investment strategy’ setting out what he company must achieve over a five year period, with associated funding
create units within Passenger Focus and the Office of Rail Regulation to represent the interests of road users and monitor the company’s performance
Related roads reform documents
Roads reform collection page

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