Proportion of B and C-class road carriageways where maintenance should be considered
An annual survey of road conditions is used to develop and prioritise planned road maintenance and resurfacing schedules. This does not affect highway inspection regimes to identify highway faults.
The latest highways survey results shows an increase in the % of non principal classified roads where maintenance should be considered.
Shropshire Council maintains 5,200km of road and has a very low spend per km of road and per head of population when compared to all of the other unitary authorities in England.
A number of key performance indicators relating to customer satisfaction are measured annually through the annual National Highways and Transport (NHT) survey. Latest results from this survey show that overall satisfaction with highway conditions has reduced.