Highway Infrastructure Maintenance Plan
The Highway Maintenance Plan, Street Lighting Maintenance Management plan, and Structures Maintenance Manage Plan have all been replaced by Highway Infrastructure Maintenance Plan.
Highway Maintenance Specification
The Highway Maintenance Specification gives guidance to maintenance engineers on selecting appropriate materials and treatments for use. Advice is given on the use of both conventional and specialist products, and in their appropriateness to the various road hierarchy categories.
View the Highway Maintenance Specification.
Highway Network Management Plan
The highway network is one of the most valuable assets that a local authority owns, so looking after the it should be a key priority for every council. The Tees Valley councils have collaborated to produce the Highway Network Management Plan, which is drawn from three codes of practice produced by the UK Roads Liaison Group for the maintenance of street lighting, bridges, tunnels and other structures, as well as carriageways and footways.
View the Highway Network Management Plan.
Resilient network plan
The resilient network plan states how we identify and give priority to parts of the road network in regards to maintenance and other measures in order to minimise the risk to the town both in terms of economy and in access.