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Winter travel

The purpose of this policy is to set out the principles that we will adopt to meet its obligations and duties in respect of the services that it provides, which are designed to assist with maintaining the safety of all highway users during periods of adverse winter weather conditions.

Further information can be found on our winter travel section.

Guidelines for the use of ‘A’ Boards and Merchandising Displays on the Highways in Staffordshire 

Our (highway) ‘Use of A Boards and Merchandising Displays Leaflet’ provides guidelines to businesses on how they can erect noticeboards, seating areas, etc. within the highway; maintaining good appearance and avoiding risk for disabled users:

Management of Commercial Obstructions

This Policy is designed to operate as a high level framework document which sets out the conditions under which we will accept the placement of 'A' boards, retail / trade displays and the establishment of Street Cafés within the boundaries of its highway network and the discretionary management / licensing procedures Commercial Obstructionsavailable to control their use.

Skid Resistance Strategy

The purpose of this Strategy is to set out how we will undertake the management of appropriate levels of skid resistance on local authority maintained highways within Staffordshire.

Highways Safety inspection - code of practice

The Code of Practice for Highway Safety Inspections underwent significant revisions in both 2007 and 2019 to enhance inspector and network safety while adapting to evolving practices within Staffordshire Highways. The 2007 update introduced a double-manned inspection regime on all carriageway safety routes, addressing the growing challenges of increased minor defects and reduced budgets. In 2019, the Code was realigned with Infrastructure Plus operational changes, reflecting current working practices and incorporating guidance from the "Well Managed Highway Infrastructure – Code of Practice" document published in October 2016. These revisions demonstrate a commitment to ensuring the Code remains responsive to the dynamic landscape of highway infrastructure management. You can read the current Code of practice by clicking the link below

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